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Cross Correlation Analysis of Reward & Punishment on Students Learning Behavior

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The current study aims to investigate the impact of reward and punishment on students’ learning behavior. This paper is quantitative in nature. The study used questionnaire approach and acquired data from school teachers of D.G Khan, are selected as sample of the study. The study used convenient and simple random sampling technique for data acquisition. Moreover, paired sample T test approach is used to test correlation of variables. Hence it is concluded that both reward and punishment has positive significant impact on students’ learning behavior whereas punishment has greater impact and role towards learning behavior.


International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 59)
L. Jabeen et al., "Cross Correlation Analysis of Reward & Punishment on Students Learning Behavior", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 59, pp. 61-64, 2015
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September 2015

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