The repetitive nature of his work is both effective and affective, especially in an exhibition of this scale.
Instead, it turned out to be richly perceptual and affective.
The changing secondary ideas, by means of their own affective influences, give it its special temporal and local signs.
In like manner there are affective qualities and affections of the soul.
The nature of mental diseases consists in the return to former states of the affective life and function.
In the realm of the affective states, transfers of this sort are not at all rare.
A third class within this category is that of affective qualities and affections.
It consists in expunging the characteristic of the affective states.
The element which distinguishes appreciation from memory or imagination or perception is an affective one.
The passionate vehemence with which her words were uttered was affective.
affective af·fec·tive (ə-fěk'tĭv)
Concerned with or arousing feelings or emotions; emotional.
Influenced by or resulting from the emotions, as of a psychological disorder.