affect display

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af·fect dis·play

(af'fekt dis-plā'),
Facial expressions, postures, and gestures indicating emotional states.
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Rothbard and Wilk [40] have shown that start-of-workday mood of employees in call centers may predict their affect on subsequent calls and their perception of customers' affective display. Start-of-workday positive mood was positively related to employees' positive affect before calls as well as their perceptions of customers' positive affective display.
This paper also offers pointers in relation to affective display in a Mexican secondary school but does not elaborate on how these affective displays compare to students with a different cultural background.
Following the episode, the patient returns to the affective display observed previously, demonstrating no residual changes in mood or affect.
Prevalence and clinical correlates of pathological affective display in Alzheimer's disease.
Focusing on how entrepreneurial passion influences employees also extends the literature on entrepreneurial leadership, which has focused on entrepreneurs' leadership styles (Ensley et al., 2006; Hmieleski & Ensley, 2007) but rarely on their affective displays (Brundin et al., 2008).
The few studies on the topic have typically focused on the relationship between leadership styles and organizational performance (Ensley et al., 2006; Hmieleski & Ensley), but they have typically not investigated how leading entrepreneurs' affective displays impact employees' motivation and behavior.
In this collection of 11 articles in this new discipline of study, contributors examine the complex linkages among memory, language, cognition and emotion, covering such topics as the bilingual self, translingual memoir, desire and the language market, affective displays in French v.