Rewards

Some articles on rewards, reward:

List Of Frequent Flyer Programs - North America - United States
... AirTran Airways – A+ Rewards Alaska Airlines – Mileage Plan Aloha Airlines – AlohaPass (defunct airline frequent flyer program) America West Airlines – FlightFund (now merged into US ...
Perspectives On Helping Behavior - Social Exchange Theory
... People calculate rewards and costs of helping others, and aim at maximizing the former and minimizing the latter, which is known as a “minimax ... Rewards are incentives, which can be materialistic goods, social rewards which can improve one’s image and reputation (e.g ... praise) or self-reward ...
Social Penetration Theory - Rewards and Costs Assessment
... it, weigh each relationship and interaction with another human on a reward cost scale ... then the relationship will be evaluated for its costs compared to its rewards or benefits ... mathematical representations of costs and rewards ...
The Sims 2: University - Gameplay - Man-eating Plants and Other New Career Rewards
... In addition to career rewards such as the Resurrect O-Nomitron mentioned above, Sims can earn a man-eating plant called a "Cowplant" as a career reward! This plant, after consuming an unsuspecting victim, can be ... Career rewards are only achieved once a certain level is reached in that job ... Once a Sim has got a career reward he or she can use his or her reward to achieve platinum moods and good needs ...

Famous quotes containing the word rewards:

    Few white citizens are acquainted with blacks other than those projected by the media and the so—called educational system, which is nothing more than a system of rewards and punishments based upon one’s ability to pledge loyalty oaths to Anglo culture. The media and the “educational system” are the prime sources of racism in the United States.
    Ishmael Reed (b. 1938)

    A pregnant woman and her spouse dream of three babies—the perfect four-month-old who rewards them with smiles and musical cooing, the impaired baby, who changes each day, and the mysterious real baby whose presence is beginning to be evident in the motions of the fetus.
    T. Berry Brazelton (20th century)

    Youth enters the world with very happy prejudices in her own favour. She imagines herself not only certain of accomplishing every adventure, but of obtaining those rewards which the accomplishment may deserve. She is not easily persuaded to believe that the force of merit can be resisted by obstinacy and avarice, or its lustre darkened by envy and malignity.
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)