Incentives are extrinsic rewards or goals that can be either material objects or thoughts that we learn to value. Incentives are positive reinforcements also can also be considered a driving force; a psychological drive that compels or reinforces an action towards a desired goal. The felling of success can be an incentive and influence motivation. When someone has incentives they are more likely to complete that goal because there is something they gain at the end. When it comes to someone doing something they really don’t want to do or don’t like to do incentives are something that help that person complete that task, it keeps them going. For example someone may not enjoy writing papers but it is necessary to write papers in college. Getting a good grade and passing the class is an incentive.
Incentives are a positive reinforcement or can even be negative. Incentives motivate somebody to do something like complete a simple task or even graduate from college. Incentives are used as a reward to working towards a bigger and better goal. If someone has a goal or something they have to gain after finishing a task then they are more likely to finish it. That drives them to the end. Many behaviors are motivated by a variety of incentives. Incentives include grades, praise, money, cloths or academic success (kouyoumdjian & rod, 2011). Incentives can change for example, one may not have the same incentives they had when they were a child because people learn the true value of things as they get older. That’s why Incentives are usually learned, for example a child that is just starting kindergarten is probably not thinking about the importance of school (kouyoumdjian & rod, 2011). The incentives at that time are usually praise or an extra dessert for good behavior. As that child grows and gets older their eyes are opened up to other incentives, they see that in order to get a good secure job and make a lot...