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Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, November 8, 2012 at 6:52am.

Should elementary school children receive material rewards for performance and cooperation? Imagine that you are a parent and that you have a child in the first grade. You have received a notice from the principal of the school that a program of tangible rewards (buttons, stickers, starts, bags of popcorn, cookies) is being considered. The notice compares tangible rewards of the children with the pay adults get for work. From what we know about behaviorism, is this a good idea? Explain why the extensive use of tangible rewards may backfire in this situation.

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