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reward

Psychol any pleasant event that follows a response and therefore increases the likelihood of the response recurring in the future
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By seamlessly integrating your off-line and online offerings, you can make them feel truly rewarded.
If a senior team contributes at a high level to the success of an organization, if members endure the mantle of responsibility and accountability, if they often overlook individual goals for the greater good, then they deserve to be rewarded well.
Rewarded and non-rewarded participants are then observed during a free-choice period without reward in which they are free to continue performing the experimental task or to engage in an alternate activity (e.
If no one knows what is being mistakenly rewarded, no one has an incentive to engage in that perverse behavior.
Based upon the aforementioned statutes, there are sufficient tools through which confidential informants can be rewarded for their information regarding terrorism.