range of affect

range of affect

Neurology The palette of a person's facial expression and emotiveness
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In the current example, if the goal was to screen individuals about 'lack of positive affect' over a wide range of affect (e.
But how can we begin to assess a practice that is among contemporary art's most protean, not only in its embrace of disparate forms (drawing, painting, sculpture, film, performance, criticism) but in its range of affect and of address, its transgression and its humor?
Avoidance may entail efforts to stay away from reminders of the event but can also manifest as an inability to recall important aspects of the event, diminished interest in activities, feelings of detachment from others, and a restricted range of affect.
Another cluster of symptoms includes emotional numbing, restricted range of affect, and a sense of a foreshortened future.
In addition, children may show constriction of play, social withdrawal, a restricted range of affect, and loss of acquired developmental skills (especially language and toilet training).
Long is able to detect the ever-shifting range of affects by bringing to bear adapted Sartean and Freudean insights to his carefully documented participant observation and ethnographic interviewing.