Reward Systems LO13647

Ian Saunders (
Fri, 16 May 97 18:53 BST-1

Replying to LO13611 -- was: Intro -- S. Chou

The reward sytems are important because they have so much impact on
behaviour. You could rely on intrincic motivation if that was the reward
system. However, since this is unlikely you have another reward system.
THis then drives much of our behaviour. We kid ourselves if we think this
is not so.

Measuring things is difficult. Most reward systems don't reward
performance explicitly, in the sense that most people get paid whatever
they do. So I don't see that learning necessarily needs to be measured any
more accurately just anknowledged as a part of the 'job'

Ian Saunders
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