Using praise as a reward contingency serves to teach students either that you do not like them (if you do not praise them), and that motivation is extrinsic and has to be earned through compliance.

Source: Moving Beyond Planned Ignore and Proximity Praise: Strategies to Address Challenging Behaviors – Why Haven’t They Done That Yet?

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