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- Overjustification effect
- Overjustification effect
- The case for intrinsic motivation in ABA.
- Re-Examining the Overjustification Effect
The purpose of the present investigation was to extend the research related to the possible negative side effects of extrinsic reinforcement on children's compliant behavior, particularly the overjustification effect.
Specifically, this study examined the effects of a token reinforcement procedure in a naturalistic environment third grade classroom on children's compliance with classroom rules. Three students exhibiting high compliance with classroom rules were selected.
Results indicated that the introduction of a token reinforcement program contingent on the occurrence of rule compliance had no detrimental effect on their rule compliant behavior following the withdrawal of the token procedure i.
Thus, the overjustification effect was not supported. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Rent this article via DeepDyve. Akin, K. An evaluation of the effects of extrinsic reinforcement on children's intrinsic motivation for compliance with classroom rules. Google Scholar. Barlow, D. The Scientist practitioner: Research and accountability in clinical and educational settings. Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Brondolo, E.
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Print Send Add Share. Notes Abstract: The utility of reinforcement-based procedures has been well established in the behavior analysis literature. The overjustification effect is one commonly cited criticism of programs that usetangible rewards. Rewards are frequently delivered in school settings andinclude grades, stickers, social praise, and star charts. The overjustification hypothesis suggests that the delivery of an extrinsic socially mediated reward contingent on engagement with an activity that previously occurs at somelevel without apparent socially mediated reinforcement will result in a reduction in the amount of engagement in that activity from baseline levelswhen the reward phase is discontinued. This series of studies evaluated the effects of delivering tangible rewards contingent on engagement with age-appropriate leisure activities on the amount of engagement in the condition after reinforcement was discontinued. The Subjects in Studies were children in first grade.
The case for intrinsic motivation in ABA.
The overjustification effect occurs when an expected external incentive such as money or prizes decreases a person's intrinsic motivation to perform a task. Overjustification is an explanation for the phenomenon known as motivational "crowding out. Once rewards are no longer offered, interest in the activity is lost; prior intrinsic motivation does not return, and extrinsic rewards must be continuously offered as motivation to sustain the activity.
Re-Examining the Overjustification Effect
In this chapter, I review research on the consequences of extrinsic and intrinsic motivation, and conclude that intrinsic motivation is a far more efficient type of motivation than is extrinsic motivation. I also review research on the Job Characteristics Theory JCT and Self-Determination Theory SDT to pinpoint the most important antecedents to intrinsic motivation, and to show that highly performance-contingent pay can have a detrimental effect on intrinsic motivation, also outside the laboratory. Most, if not all managers understand the importance of having a motivated workforce, but many think about work motivation as a unidimensional construct where the strength of the motivation is the key. In addition, managers have their own personal theories or assumptions about human motivation.
Bruno, Bruna : Reconciling economics and psychology on intrinsic motivation. The paper analyzes how the debate on intrinsic motivation was imported from psychology into economics. The most important differences between the two disciplines are in the definition of intrinsic motivation and in the timing of the undermining effect of rewards. The economic framework of inter-temporal choices is proposed to reconcile the different empirical and theoretical results arising in the literature, and it is shown how rewards induce substitution and income effects depending on whether they are transitory or permanent. Furthermore, a distinction between input and output oriented intrinsic motivation is introduced. Andreoni, J.
Skip to content Intrinsic Motivation. Contemporary Educational Psychology,. Lee, W. Motivation and Emotion, In Press. Martela, F.
This article reviews research on the effects of reinforcement/reward on intrinsic motivation. The main meta-analysis included 96 experimental studies that used.
The purpose of the present investigation was to extend the research related to the possible negative side effects of extrinsic reinforcement on children's compliant behavior, particularly the overjustification effect. Specifically, this study examined the effects of a token reinforcement procedure in a naturalistic environment third grade classroom on children's compliance with classroom rules. Three students exhibiting high compliance with classroom rules were selected. Results indicated that the introduction of a token reinforcement program contingent on the occurrence of rule compliance had no detrimental effect on their rule compliant behavior following the withdrawal of the token procedure i. Thus, the overjustification effect was not supported.
Rewards have been shown to impair performance of a reinforced behavior. The work surrounding these detrimental effects of rewards has not been met with unanimous support. A meta-analysis was employed to determine the existence of the detrimental effects of extrinsic rewards on intrinsic motivation. Results from this analysis showed that within strictly defined parameters the phenomenon defined by Deci exists. Box , Palmerston North , New Zealand.
Intrinsic motivation. I said it. I said a no-no word in the ABA world. The funny thing is, intrinsic motivation is used so often in my original fields of psychology and education that it is sometimes really hard to stop myself from using it in ABA.