emotivity

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emotivity

(ē″mō-tĭv′ĭ-tē)
One's capability for emotional response.
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An in-depth description of how statements were coded as rational, emotive, or intuitive is provided to ensure a clear understanding of what the three modes of informal reasoning represent.
Going back to our research question, does it matter whether presidents choose to invoke anger using emotive cues directly related to the targeted policy in their public appeals or can anger evoked even about unrelated policy issues be effective and, if so, what would be the implications for their policy agendas?
RSS-BJP's central politics is to polarize the communities by raising emotive issues.
From day one, Emotive Brand embeds its team into its clients and gets straight to work.
The attack strategies grounded on emotive words varied noticeably depending on the politician and the image of themselves that they wanted to portray.
Martin's lab is continuing to study how subjects evoke and interpret emotive responses.
You are a typical reason many people refuse to engage in discussion on these emotive subjects.
Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy has been used to study the influence of rational thinking and emotions and its influence on personality since long.
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Summary: Paspaley Pearls, the acclaimed pearling pioneer and distinguished jewellery house, presents its sublimely emotive Paradis collection of jewels inspired by the charm of petals floating on a summer breeze.
The Eames/Bradley report, containing the emotive proposal to pay pounds 12,000 to all those bereaved, including relatives of dead paramilitaries, is to be scrutinised by the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee.
Because the problems associated with emotive speech are so intimidating, most speech scientists have focused (at least to date) on dealing with "normal speech," that is, speech that does not display any of the previously mentioned variabilities.