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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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The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between the affectiveness of organizations' top management and their management performances.
But while Morton's artistic language did not follow the "rules" of her era's dominant schools of art--rules that, as is quite clear from her writings and interviews, she did in fact understand very well--it's not particularly useful to construe her work's transgressive affectiveness as a simple oppositional reaction.
Lexical items in a particular text may carry potential added meanings of affectiveness or evaluation in the context in which they are embedded.
1) The Aguero Sisters unravels "Eros from polis" in order to uphold the affectiveness over the constructedness of the nation.
It explores the affectiveness of the material environment, both intentional and unintentional.
This is poignant and moving, and has some sixteen centuries later outmatched in its affectiveness even the poems Wang Xizhi was at pains to preserve.
Trompenaars suggested a cultural dimension of neutrality/ affectiveness.
It secures the added dimension of existential affectiveness, the persuasiveness of the Ideas depicted by fictions -- persuasiveness that derives from their power to speak to the needs of human nature.
Based on the results of this program, Sarasota will evaluate the affectiveness of expanding the program to other areas within the city.
Much skill and professionalism is in evidence but even those works, like Caroline Bartlett's, which rely on the earthy affectiveness of weave and grain nevertheless aim for the visual complexity of a 'text' making the exhibition as a whole a somewhat sombre and serious affair.
She finds evidence for increasing affectiveness in the family in changes in tomb sculpture after 1600, especially in the placement of effigies of women and children in natural or informal attitudes rather than in idealized positions.
It has some of the affectiveness of a wounded thing as well as a very powerful thing.
Homilies and particularly those of AElfric and Wulfstan are assessed for their art of expression and their affectiveness.
The effect is, however, due to intercorrelatedness of age and affectiveness, as partial correlations show.
A sense of dignity or solemnity and of intimacy o r affectiveness has been identified in the case of jue, whereas a sense of detachedness can be related to qi: i.