, in psychology, refers
to the underlying affective experience
of feeling, emotion
or mood. Affective states
are psycho-physiological constructs—meaning...
- Seasonal affective disorder
(SAD) is a mood disorder subset
in which people
who have normal mental health throughout
most of the year exhibit
- role of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids
(n-3PUFAs) in affective
of Affective Disorders
(Review). 224: 32–47. doi:10.1016/j.jad.2016...
mood or labile emotions
that stem from emotional instability
– affective dysregulation
seen in personality
disorders, such as borderline...
or emotion Affect
of emotion, such as facial
expression, vocalization, and posture Affect theory Affective
science, the scientific...
- of labor, has also been a critical focus
labor. The phrase affective
labor, seen broadly, has its roots
in the Autonomist
- Affective memory
was an early element
of Stanislavski's 'system' and a central
part of method
acting. Affective memory requires actors
to call on the...
- previous definition
with non-affective psychotic
disorders." Non-affective psychotic disorders
are, by definition, not schizoaffective...
- science originated
Picard's 1995 paper
on affective computing
and her book Affective Computing published
by MIT Press. One of the motivations...
- biases related
to systematic errors
in affective forecasts
are focalism, empathy
gap, and impact
bias. While affective forecasting