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I read this book just knowing I would disagree with it.
Alfie Kohn, In his book Punished by Rewards, makes some very useful observations in opposition to using rewards to reinforce behavior.
I would recommend this book to parents, teachers, managers and anyone working towards creating a more egalitarian world.
Interesting view on rewards and how they affect our behaviour and results.Published 1 month ago by Karlis Andersons
I read this in college while I was a Psychology student. Alfie may not be 100% right (and what theory related to human behavior ever is or doesn't have boundary conditions), but... Read morePublished 1 month ago by mr. big
I read this book just knowing I would disagree with it. As usual, those continue to be the situations I learn the most from. Read morePublished 8 months ago by James Edward Gray II
I teach middle school, and I believe the incentive programs we have created in our schools are doing more harm than good. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Dog Owner
This book made me look back in my life and make sense of my feelings towards rewards in the workplace. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Rodrigo Silveira