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Affective priming is the presentation of a stimulus that evokes an affective response which then influences subsequent decisions (Murphy & Zajonc, 1993).
Affective domain teaching and learning can facilitate the reduction of stigmatization of clients with mental illness in nursing students.
There was a strong negative correlation between affective commitment to the profession (ACPROF) and intention to quit the profession (ITQP) (r = -0.
The research described in this paper aimed to determine the value of affective teaching and learning and to provide insight into the practical implications for learning outcomes.
The researchers used voxel-based morphometry (VBM) to examine the extent to which grey matter density in 176 participants predicted their scores on tests that rated their levels for cognitive empathy compared to affective -- or emotional -- empathy.
For Nick, no clear effects for affective involvement were found because the frequency of affective involvement was too low to draw conclusions.
The purpose of this study was to examine young children's understanding of the negative affective reactions of an animal character in a children's storybook, in relation to their understanding of other children's, and their own, affective reactions to aversive contexts.
Affective computing can be divided into 9 parts according to the process: affective mechanism, affective communication acquisition, affective model identification, affection modelling and understanding, affection synthesis and express, affective computing application, affective computer interface, affection transference, and wearable computer [4].
As stated by van Tassell in the foreword of LeBlanc and Gallavan's recent book exploring how teacher dispositions influence classroom practice, "the mission of developing both the cognitive and affective human capacities is inherent in the mission of public schooling" (2009, p.
Brady's students) were performing in all three learning domains: cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (fine/gross motor skills), and affective (appreciations, values) (Bloom et al, 1956; Krathwohl, Bloom & Masia, 1964).
Affective filter hypotheses and explanation of its influence had proposed by Dulay and Burt (1970s).
Therefore, the present paper addresses the following research questions; first, will there be a differential impact of the three types of justice on cognitive and affective bases of trust?