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What does the Mutual Reward Theory state? A. When something becomes annoying, it has passed the irritation threshold. B. Relationships are strengthened when the persons involved help or reinforce one another. C. Family values are more important then ethnic differences. D. Rewarding poor work doesn’t serve the common good.

What does the Mutual Reward Theory state?
A. When something becomes annoying, it has passed the irritation threshold.
B. Relationships are strengthened when the persons involved help or reinforce one another.
C. Family values are more important then ethnic differences.
D. Rewarding poor work doesn’t serve the common good.

 

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