Meaning of affectively in English:



See affective

‘According to the McMaster model of family functioning, parents need to be affectively involved with their children.’
  • ‘Complex animal vocalizations appear more akin to music, with its vaguely defined, affectively rich ‘meaning.’’
  • ‘Pat appears to ‘extend herself out’ to her father, but she does this only cognitively, not affectively.’
  • ‘Another expected outcome of being affectively similar to others is a high self-perception of one's influence level in the group.’
  • ‘His playing is at once affectively specific and goal oriented.’