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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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So, Teachers' effort to create learning environment should be rewarded in school.
Skinner rewarded desirable behaviors and punished undesirable behaviors in order to shape the outcomes he wanted from experiment subjects.
It also promotes “extraordinary service” as employees are immediately and automatically rewarded by those she or he serves, driving higher consumer loyalty.
And there's nothing more convenient than being rewarded for the first SMS you send in the morning or about the last movie you watch on the TV at night," said El Khouly.
LeBoeuf's greatest management principle is: "The things that get rewarded get done." Psychology 101, remember?
'Customers have told us they want to get rewarded for what they use their cards for the most, such as gas and groceries, and office supplies for small business customers,' said Consumer Banking Products executive Susan Faulkner.
NBK credit cardholders of Visa, MasterCard and Diners Club are rewarded with up to 20 percent of their purchases in the form of rewards points which they can later exchange for rewards vouchers and use in participating outlets to buy goods and services, it said.
For example, a dog can be rewarded for an appropriate behavior (such as looking away) in the face of an anxiety-producing trigger (such as a scary person) when you increase distance by moving the dog away from the trigger.
VOILA Hotel Rewards, a US-based company offering a hotel loyalty programme, has announced the addition of two St Giles New York hotel properties, The Court and The Tuscany, in New York, US, to its Be Rewarded loyalty programme.
In the case of the Opportunity NYC-Family Rewards (ONYC-Family Rewards), families earned a range of differing incentives, as a result of variation in engagement in the activities rewarded by the program.