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Relating to moods, feelings, and attitudes.‘affective disorders’
aesthetically pleasing, aesthetic, pleasurable, gratifying, rich, sumptuous, luxuriousView synonyms
- ‘A therapeutic range has not been established for valproic acid in affective disorders.’
- ‘It was designed to measure both affective and evaluative components of attitudes toward one's current job.’
- ‘Most defendants who were hospitalised had diagnoses of schizophrenia or bipolar affective disorder.’
- ‘This method has been successfully employed in other subliminal affective priming studies.’
- ‘There was also a low prevalence of affective disorders in the violent group.’
Late Middle English: via French from late Latin affectivus, from afficere (see affect).
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