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The child may also show displeasure by physical means i.e. turning head to the side, pushing, throwing things away from them, flailing arms.

When communicating rejection, the ways in which they were constrained by their parent earlier on is reflected.

When the parent uses verbal prohibition without physical constraint, the child may first ignore the prohibition by not understanding.

By repetition, or louder voice etc., the child then comes to understand.

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