The Punitive Nature of Rewards: A Controversial Assessment of Popular Behavior Modification

Research shows that extrinsic rewards in behavior modification reduce intrinsic motivation to accomplish tasks. Children are manipulated by reward systems into behaving desirably without addressing the reason for the desired behavior or giving opportunities for autonomy. Developing lasting value-building skills can motivate patients without being undermined by rewards.

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