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Reinforcement Theory - Motivation Theory

  1. In contrast to Goal-Setting theory, which is a cognitive approach, Reinforcement theory is a behavioristic approach. It argues that reinforcement conditions behavior.

• Reinforcement theorists see behavior as being environmentally caused.

• Reinforcement theory ignores the inner state of the individual and concentrates solely on

what happens to a person when he or she takes some action.

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