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emotivity

(ē″mō-tĭv′ĭ-tē)
One's capability for emotional response.
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Our segments are available through all leading media-buying platforms, enabling advertisers to reach clearly defined audiences at scale: segmented by Demographic, Intent, Brand Preference, Lifestyle and Emotive characteristics.
In a study by Sporrle and Welpe (2006), by adopting the theoretical framework of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (Ellis 1962, 1994), the cognitive antecedents of functional behaviour and adaptive emotions as indicators of emotional intelligence (EI) were examined and central assumptions of REB were tested.
To add the illusion of truth, we are bombarded with a phantasmagoria of emotive and graphic images designed to shock - kids with stitches in their faces and so on.
In this insightful exploration of authentic "self-acceptance," Albert Ellis, the author of more than seventy-five books and the president emeritus of The Albert Ellis Institute for Rational Emotive Therapy, criticizes the traditional definition of self-esteem, calling it "Conditional Self-Acceptance" (CSA)--i.
Among this bestiary, Prix is perceptive about Philip Johnson; less than convincing about globalised economics which he calls turbo-capitalism, a term that may sound hip in Austrian; and likes: architecture that threatens, has an emotive charge, transgresses norms, sticks out a lot, and Zaha.
Although her parents loom large in Achsa's life, they are, thankfully, secondary characters in the story and so their joint cliched existence doesn't make much of a dent in the emotive power of the novel.
At 66, her voice has retained the supple-yet-brittle emotive quality and controlled rasp that made even the simplest tear-in-my-beer country jaunt hauntingly beautiful.
His work has come to embody a summa of West Coast Minimalism--crisp and rigorous, spartan and geometric, yet touched with a subtle ambient light and color that makes it a platform for surprisingly delicate and emotive nuances.
Other 'highlights' included Sol on a possible stage career ("It's emotive.
I recall numerous men from my family and community that were filled with deep feelings and emotions but lacking the time or signposts for guidance toward the emotive path.
Because the public awareness campaign was built on the emotive impact of the television spots, HomeFront has decided to call off the rest of the public awareness campaign until the creative strategy can be revised.