Negative affects if wrong behaviors are rewarded


Early behavioral psychologists demonstrated it is easier to modify behavior when the expected behavior is rewarded. For example, you compliment your child for doing well in school, or you get coupons for your next purchase because you spent so much at the grocery store.

I have already completed the first two section:

a) Explain the benefits of using this type of behavior modification correctly.

b) Also explain some negative affects that can occur if the wrong behaviors are rewarded.

However, I need help with this third section:

c) Define the main biological influences of psychology.

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