affectivity


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affectivity

[a‚fek′tiv·əd·ē]
(psychology)
The state of being susceptible to emotional stimuli.
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Table 7 Correlations between COM factors, participant age, GPA, and life areas General Dominant Affectivity Per.
The reported dream was consonant with one he reported the year before (January 2002) which made it clear that their relationship became stabilised as a well-tempered circuit of affectivity which balances her hostile restraint towards him and concern for their children with his detachment and erotic affection towards her.
Martin and colleagues (1994) found a sufficient degree of internal consistency to indicate that for adolescent athletes with physical disabilities, athletic identity consists of related, yet separate, perceptions of exclusivity, self-identity, social-identity, and negative affectivity.
High-risk and prospective studies also suggest a relationship between negative affectivity and AUDs.
With respect to concurrent validity of the SRAS, measures of negative affectivity and internalizing behavior were generally more associated with negatively reinforced than positively reinforced school refusal behavior, as expected.
anxiety, anger), suggesting generalized negative affectivity and included such items as: "Do you feel emotional when you are having an insulin reaction?
This whole complex of ideas has a common factor - that the Portuguese were poor in material things, strong on affectivity.
1993), "The Moderating Effects of Dispositional Affectivity on Relationships Between Job Characteristics and Nurses' Job Satisfaction," Research in Nursing & Health, 16:451-458.
These may take the form of practical hints: melodies can sound similar yet belong to different modes (line 1999); or subjective pronouncements, like the one on the affectivity of different church modes: 'it delights some to hear the fastidious and courtly wanderings of the first mode, others to hear the falling and dark profundities of the second .
As much as possible, the targets include only material that invokes neutral affectivity.
Cleverdis is sponsoring 12 dedicated forums that are designed to highlight the affectivity of systems integration across a variety of applications.
As to mysticism, she offers no account of a multistage spiritual journey or ascent, no program of devout practices or penances (except for prayer), and none of the emotional affectivity found in other late medieval mystics.