After raising two daughters, I say NO.
What is important is to give children consequences of their actions, so they have real learning. Examples: "You took your seat belt off. I don't drive unless every one is wearing their seat belt. I have stopped the car and will wait until you put your seat belt on to keep driving." "I told you that if you slammed your bedroom door one more time, I would take it away. As you just slammed your bedroom door again, I am now taking it off the hinges." "I don't feel like going out now, because the kitchen is a mess. If you help me clean it up, we can go out sooner."
No threats. No punishments. Real consequences.
Always keep in mind that small children need lots of good food often, because they are growing and their metabolism is faster than adults. No one behaves well when hungry or tired or thirsty.