of, caused by, or expressing emotion or feeling; emotional.
causing emotion or feeling.
Do You Know If Intersectionality Affects You?Our social identities intersect in ways that shape how we perceive the world, and how the world perceives us.
Does your language affect your bank account?New research argues that the answer is yes. Depending on what language you speak, you are more – or less – likely to save for retirement. Your primary tongue may even affect how much you weigh. In January, M. Keith Chen, an associate professor of economics at the School of Management at Yale University, published a working paper on his research about the effect of …
- affectional orientation,
- affective disorder,
- affective fallacy,
- affective psychosis,
Origin of affective
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Affectively she was remarkably frank, sometimes a little surly, or she showed a slight empty uneasiness.Benign Stupors|August Hoch
psychol relating to affects
concerned with or arousing the emotions or affection
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Concerned with or arousing feelings or emotions; emotional.
Influenced by or resulting from the emotions, as of a psychological disorder.
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