contingent reinforcement

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In management and leadership, the use of rewards and penalties to motivate followers and achieve compliance with organizational goals and norms. Reliance on contingent reinforcement is a hallmark of transactional leadership. The term is associated with behaviouristic schools of psychology that emphasize the correlation of stimulus and response. Compare human relations theory.

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