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Which is more effective for learning - punishment or reward?

Which is more effective for learning - punishment or reward?

(7:37) The experience of Israeli fighter pilot instructors was opposite to results from psychology studies on which was more effective, positive or negative feedback. Veratisium explains the phenomenon of 'regression to the mean'. Inspired by Daniel Kahneman's book 'Thinking, Fast and Slow', available from: Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com

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Guest: (994 days ago)

it's not luck it's ALLAH!

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it's not luck it's ALLAH!

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