'Researchers found that the best approach was for parents to be warm and affectionate until the age of 10 and then combine this with more discipline. Then at ages 15 to 16 there should be more supervision.'
What a load of rubbish. I'm always warm and affectionate until they step off the mark. In my experience the age of just turning six is when they start challenging you and asking awkward questions as any normal child does. You either help the child along with what is right and what is wrong, from that age, or you don't bother. What a load of tosh in my humble experience of raising five children.