What is EXTRINSIC REWARD?

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is the binary opposite of intrinsic rewards. Extrinsic rewards are given to those after the observation of behaviours or conditions which are not a natural consequence of the behaviour being looked for.

EXTRINSIC REWARD: "Extrinsic rewards are given to those after the observation of behaviours or conditions which are not a natural consequence of the behaviour being looked for."

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