affective functions

affective functions

The brain functions concerned with the emotions, especially those of fear, pleasure, gratification of all kinds, sexuality and jealousy. Affective functions are centered in the most primitive parts of the brain, especially the limbic area which we have in common with many of the other animals.
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The functions of teachers' code switching include affective functions, for repetition, classroom management and many more.
Affective functions are those functions where teacher and students express their emotional feelings like 'anger'.
Though, such switches for affective functions are not found sufficient enough in the present data.
Vigotsky (2000a) harshly criticizes the traditional psychology that sees human consciousness as a splittable object: cognitive functions on one side, and affective functions on the other side.
help to shape our perception of things," and "perception is thus the common act of all our motor and affective functions, no less than the sensory" (1964: 5).
Flyman-Mattsson and Burenhult (1999) also define the affective functions of code-switching in the domain of classroom, for example, the spontaneous expression of emotions and emotional understanding in interacting with students.
Flyman-Mattson and Burenhult (1999) define that socializing functions are closely related to affective functions i.
Taking into account behavioural, cognitive and affective functions, and mindful that coping functions can reflect approach or avoidance, we define six classes of coping function: behavioural approach, behavioural avoidance, cognitive approach, cognitive avoidance, emotional approach and emotional avoidance.
While primarily a cognitive act, reading is also influenced by affective functions (Gambrell, 1996).