Definition of affectivity in US English:

affectivity

noun

Psychology
  • See affective

    • ‘The song was politicised, reflexive and drenched in affectivity.’
    • ‘Different terms and words have different affectivity depending on the market.’
    • ‘Such exposures resulted in decreased verbal attention, visual memory, motoricity, and affectivity.’
    • ‘Negative affectivity is a general sense of dissatisfaction across time and situation.’
    • ‘For example, mothers high in trait negative affectivity may have more negative social information processing styles.’

Pronunciation

affectivity

/əˌfekˈtivədē//əˌfɛkˈtɪvədi/