Direct tuition means teaching young children how to behave by reinforcing "appropriate" behaviors/conduct and by punishing or otherwise discouraging "inappropriate" conduct/behaviors.

Direct tuition in the psychology context refers to a form of teaching or instruction that is delivered directly to an individual or a small group of individuals, rather than to a larger audience or class. This type of tuition is typically more personalized and tailored to the needs and learning style of the individual or group, and may involve one-on-one interaction with a teacher or instructor.

Examples of situations in which direct tuition may be used in the psychology context include:

Direct tuition can be an effective way to help individuals learn and develop new skills, as it allows for a more personalized and focused approach to teaching and learning. It can also be helpful for individuals who may have difficulty learning in a traditional classroom setting or who may benefit from more individualized attention and support.