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Synonyms for affective

relating to, arising from, or appealing to the emotions

Synonyms for affective

characterized by emotion

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com/prnh/20130307/600769 ) Affective computing is projected to find its application in area such as artificial intelligence where it can help in strengthening machine-human relationship.
Zajonc (1980) believed that the affective reaction to a stimulus is the first and automatic reaction an individual has, and evidence supports that affect may be the underlying cause of the decision framing effect (Van't Riet, Ruiter, Werrij, Candel, & De Vries, 2010).
AC, Affective Commitment;ITQ, Intention to Qui;SA, South Africa;ORG, Organisation;SD, standard deviation.
Research programs to determine the significance of affective learning and teaching can provide insight into the practical implications for learning outcomes in various fields (Craig, 2011; Holland, 2006).
People who are high on affective empathy are often those who get quite fearful when watching a scary movie, or start crying during a sad scene.
For Bryan, despite the absence of affective involvement during baseline, the upward trend (see Figure 3, right panel) suggests that his emotional behavior had already improved during this condition.
Reliance on generic representations of contexts and affective reactions to these contexts implies that one does not use one's own experiences or one's own self-knowledge to make inferences about others.
In the field of computer science, the study of virtual human refers to the geometric characteristic and behavioural characteristic human showing in the virtual space, as well as the multi-function sensation and affective computing.
Dear Dr Miriam I suffer from seasonal affective disorder and I'm dreading winter.
Affective Teacher Education: Exploring Connections among Knowledge, Skills, and Dispositions
But if you'll give us 20 minutes (plus reflection time), we believe you'll gain a greater appreciation of assessing and documenting GTE students' performances in the cognitive, psychomotor and affective domains.
The effects of social and affective factors are new ones which are considered here.
However there is paucity of literature on the role of cognitive and affective based trust in explaining the relationship between organizational justice and OCB.
In addition, work-life balance has a positive effect on employees' affective commitment to their organizations (Casper et al.