affectivity


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affectivity

[a‚fek′tiv·əd·ē]
(psychology)
The state of being susceptible to emotional stimuli.
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32) Above this capacity for psychospiritual affectivity lies the unconscious heart, then the conscious heart, and finally the senses.
Results: The negative affectivity was inversely related with self-efficacy and burn specific health, whereas self-efficacy was significantly positively associated with burn specific health.
Our fifth hypothesis suggesting a negative relationship between negative affectivity and job satisfaction was not supported in the total sample (see Table 2).
In order to clarify this aspect, I am going to discuss the relevance of both affectivity and motivation for the genesis of self-consciousness.
The reading of these studies contributed to comprehending the ways that affectivity has been seen in the pedagogical context because, except for the fourth scope, the other ones, in our view, focus on affectivity as being much more centered on the teacher, considering the latter as the bearer of an affectivity that will enable a certain configuration of pedagogical relations.
First, Study 3 partialed out the effects of trait affectivity, which is a source of method bias (Podsakoff et al.
Historically, four constructs repeatedly emerge in the literature: (1) a general trait of competitiveness, (2) dominant competitiveness, (3) enjoyment or affectivity associated with competitiveness and (4) intrinsic interest in competition for personal enhancement.
In the present study, we sought to investigate the extent to which employees' negative affectivity is related to the relationship between FIW and service sabotage.
80 for the majority of the categories, except positive affectivity of the child and disengagement of the mother, it was considered that there was good concordance between the observers.
The membrane is discriminatory and asymmetric--a concept, I claim, best understood by way of a discussion of affectivity.
Avoiding ill-conceived capital intensive mega projects the Consultants', would take into account cost affectivity i.
Once such affectivity is lost, one might experience the "aridity of spiritual life" wherein prayer and relationship find less place than self- gratification, ambitions and positions.