Pay for Performance: History, Controversy, and Evidence
Thomas C. Mawhinney
Haworth Press, 1992 - Business & Economics - 163 pages
First published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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An Early OBM Experiment
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Analysis of Behavior Applied Behavior Analysis average point scores base pay baseline Behavior Analysis bonus checks completed conﬂicting contingencies Crystal Quest Deci decrease Dickinson differences earned employees Experimental Analysis exponential function exponential performance pay extrinsic rewards feedback formance games played Hawthorne effect Hawthorne studies Incentive Management incentive plans incentive systems increased individual industrial inﬂuence intrinsic motivation Jim Lincoln Joumal of Organizational Joumal of Personality labor Latham Lepper Lincoln Electric linear function linear performance pay Lode Runner magnitude mance Mawhinney ment minutes per game monetary incentives monetary rewards number of checks number of games operant Organizational Behavior Management paid pay for performance percent of session performance pay functions post-reward preferred game present study productivity reinforcement schedules reinforcing value rodent schedules of reinforcement scores per game spent playing subjects exposed task Taylor Tetris theory tion total pay type of game variable VR schedules wages workers Yukl