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to evoke a usually strong mental or emotional response from

to take on or give a false appearance of

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The result is a rich collection of essays that tackle heretofore under (and sometimes un) theorized new media objects and platforms (such as Tumblr, GIFs, online steampunk cultures, and software art), as well as practices (including pedagogy with screens, avatar identification, and online debate), convincingly arguing for the necessity of foregrounding affect to understand these objects, processes, and practices.
Preliminary demographic analyses show that gender and year in school do not affect satisfaction or effectiveness.
Adding to the issues of low-SES is the problem of changes in family structure and its affect on the home environment of children.
The objective in this exercise is to try to evaluate these responses separately and independently, and then in combination, as done in a CSR or compression set test; to better understand factors that can affect the final values, in relation to the different responses that are occurring in the tests.
She states that negative affect such as uncertainty could lead users to be less willing to continue interacting with an information system (Kuhlthau, 1993).
What are the policies that affect our food supply and eating behaviors?
Although many of the listed factors equally affect the crime of a particular area, the UCR Program makes no attempt to relate them to the data presented.
Neuropathy can affect nerves throughout the body, causing numbness and sometimes pain in the hands, arms, feet, or legs, and problems with the digestive tract, heart, and sex organs.
Marfan syndrome affects different people in different ways.
Develop a hypothesis for how communication might affect your organization.
Hypothesis: educated guess about how changing the independent variable will affect the dependent variable
Barrier properties of PE also generally improve with higher melt index (MI) and/or narrower MWD because both affect the film's crystalline structure.
Carlisle (1985) notes that the spouses of people who stutter decide to marry a person who stutters even though they realize that their spouse's disability limits social participation and may decrease vocational opportunities that will affect his/her own life.
The definition of a critical incident must remain fluid because what affects one officer might not affect another.
Nerve problems--problems that affect the nerves supplying the muscles.