affective vs effective

affective effective

Definitions

  • 1) Relating to, resulting from, or influenced by the emotions.
  • 2) Emotional; emotionally charged.
  • 3) Influenced by or resulting from the emotions.
  • 4) Concerned with or arousing feelings or emotions; emotional.
  • 5) Pertaining to or exciting emotion; affectional; emotional.
  • 6) obsolete Tending to affect; affecting.
  • 7) Pertaining to the affections; emotional.
  • 8) In psychology, relating to, characterized by, or consisting of affection: as, the affective side of the mental life; affective experience.
  • 9) Affecting or exciting emotion; suited to affect.
  • 10) A mental complex of which affection is characteristic or in which it is dominant.

Definitions

  • 1) A soldier or a piece of military equipment that is ready for combat.
  • 2) (Com.) Specie or coin, as distinguished from paper currency; -- a term used in many parts of Europe.
  • 3) That which produces a given effect; a cause.
  • 4) One who is capable of active service.
  • 5) The serviceable soldiers in a country; an army or any military body, collectively.
  • 6) The number of men actually doing duty, or the strength of a company, a regiment, or an army, in the field or on parade.
  • 7) A soldier fit for duty.
  • 8) Efficient, serviceable, or operative, available for useful work.
  • 9) Having the power to produce a required effect or effects.
  • 10) Producing a decided or decisive effect.
  • 11) Actually in effect.
  • 12) Prepared for use or action, especially in combat.
  • 13) Existing in fact; actual.
  • 14) Producing a strong impression or response; striking.
  • 15) Having an intended or expected effect.
  • 16) Operative; in effect.
  • 17) Having the power to produce an effect or effects; producing a decided or decisive effect; efficient; serviceable; operative
  • 18) works well as a means or remedy
  • 19) ready for service
  • 20) existing in fact; not theoretical; real
  • 21) Serving to effect the intended purpose; producing the intended or expected effect or result; operative; efficacious: as, an effective cause; effective proceedings.
  • 22) Actual; real.
  • 23) Capable of producing effect; fit for action or duty; adapted for a desired end: as, the effective force of an army or of a steam-engine is so much; effective capacity.
  • 24) Serving to impress or affect with admiration; producing a decided impression of beauty or a feeling of admiration at the first presentation; impressive; striking; specifically, artistically strong or successful: as, an effective performance; an effective picture.
  • 25) Actual;real.

Examples

  • 1) Because representations attack it at what we call the affective phase and cause a resulting experience, a disturbance, to which disturbance is joined the image of threatened evil: this amounts to an affection and Reason seeks to extinguish it, to ban it as destructive to the well-being of the Soul which by the mere absence of such a condition is immune, the one possible cause of affection not being present.
  • 2) Even Orbuch was surprised to find that men need what she calls affective affirmations - compliments, reassurances and other positive feedback - from their spouses more than women do from their husbands.
  • 3) He recognizes, of course, that affective is involved at some level either way — psychopath will not see any particular point to saving the five either — but in the cases where people give the classic deontological response, it seems like unreconstructed affect.
  • 4) I shouldnt be nodding my head in affective agreement with Tara on gender, Fred on Personal Profile Blogging and Internet StockBlog on Google vs Yahoo.
  • 5) He recognizes, of course, that affective is involved at some level either wayââ?
  • 6) But Pender was a proponent of what was known as the affective interview, so he made sure to add an extra dollop of warmth to his voice as he returned the grin.
  • 7) ‘A therapeutic range has not been established for valproic acid in affective disorders.’
  • 8) ‘Most defendants who were hospitalised had diagnoses of schizophrenia or bipolar affective disorder.’
  • 9) ‘There was also a low prevalence of affective disorders in the violent group.’
  • 10) ‘This method has been successfully employed in other subliminal affective priming studies.’
  • 11) ‘It was designed to measure both affective and evaluative components of attitudes toward one's current job.’
  • 12) ‘The women who reported more severe coercion were more likely to be diagnosed with bipolar affective disorder.’
  • 13) ‘Of a total of 55 participants with complete data, 43 reported a lifetime affective disorder.’
  • 14) ‘Episodes of psychosis recurring each autumn sounds like an extreme version of seasonal affective disorder.’
  • 15) ‘No change in affective illness morbidity was observed in the group where the lithium dose was not altered.’
  • 16) ‘In this section we continue with the second major group of disorders; what are called the mood or affective disorders.’

Examples

  • 1) This umbrella approach is highly effective for conserving the great complexity of the natural world.
  • 2) But it also offers an effective means of sharing positive messages.
  • 3) Its high turnover demands that robust, effective security controls are constantly maintained.
  • 4) Particularly effective is the sound design - the bellowing rumble from the alien ships chills the blood.
  • 5) It's a system very effective in limiting choices.
  • 6) This once great party continues to double up as a protest movement - and not a particularly effective one.
  • 7) There’s very little evidence that command and control is effective, or can avoid a massive inflation of cost.
  • 8) If that doesn't work, become more effective at applying for jobs.
  • 9) The results of effective training lead to improved job performance.
  • 10) To be an effective soldier requires control.
  • 11) To this end they make effective use of parables and stories.
  • 12) She suggested that fathers could be particularly effective in talking to their sons.
  • 13) They are expected to have to do this at night when the camera is less effective.
  • 14) This is why publishing more data would be an effective tool.
  • 15) This chapter looks at some safe and effective treatments for these conditions.
  • 16) We will also make the planning system more effective.
  • 17) All of these treatments can be highly effective.
  • 18) The real test will be whether it can take effective action in serious cases.
  • 19) We all need to help others to become effective adults.
  • 20) This one was particularly effective because the website looks so similar to the official site.
  • 21) They work to make the public sector more effective.
  • 22) To make the present business effective may require one specific course of action.
  • 23) Evidence has been growing that shows cash transfers to be an effective means of helping the poor.
  • 24) That we require far more effective control to be exerted over public spending is beyond doubt.
  • 25) It was particularly effective on the bikini line.
  • 26) The moratorium on commercial whaling is less and less effective each year.
  • 27) They are a very effective money laundering tool.
  • 28) The vast majority of patients receive safe and effective care.
  • 29) Yet height and niceness are by no means the most vital ingredients in an effective and productive boss.
  • 30) In fact some very effective speakers use a low volume when they want to emphasize a particular point.
  • 31) Everyone uses their imagination all the time, but not necessarily in particularly effective or productive ways.
  • 32) To meet this challenge, trainers will need to be very effective in the areas they choose to work in.
  • 33) And this morning, the President at the ground breaking, made the point that this is going to be a place where service members could get what he called effective accountable care.
  • 34) And the Department of Homeland Security says it has what it calls effective control of less than 15 percent of our southern border with Mexico.
  • 35) And, also, it wants to discuss effective measures, what it calls effective measures to avoid similar incidents from happening in the future.
  • 36) Authorized to reappoint Peter Hinckley as an Assistance Attorney General at a salary level of $75,500 for a term effective October 14, 2009 through October 14, 2010.
  • 37) Surveys show that some believe that it refers to effective economic management.
  • 38) To stay afloat when a company is in effective competition with an expanding government, the only solution is increased productivity.
  • 39) I also predicted that consumers ultimately would be able to find alternatives to obtain "effective and credible education."
  • 40) The only way to make this wall cost-effective is if you hire Mexicans to build it.
  • 41) ‘A container deposit system is also effective in increasing environmental awareness.’
  • 42) ‘This is not a pretty movie, although it is effective in what it intends to do.’
  • 43) ‘The genre of the sports spectacle is particularly effective in producing such narratives.’
  • 44) ‘Other family interventions are effective in reducing social problems although the results are mixed.’
  • 45) ‘A positive approach may be helpful and perhaps more effective in the long run than criticism.’
  • 46) ‘He was the person who taught me that fear is the best way to get results, and he was very effective in his teaching.’
  • 47) ‘Farmers' markets have proved particularly effective in raising awareness of quality local produce which so often gets overlooked.’
  • 48) ‘These policies appear to have been highly effective in producing some of the observed changes.’
  • 49) ‘It just wasn't effective in its goal of stopping the war.’
  • 50) ‘We have been effective in changing cultural practices in businesses.’
  • 51) ‘And why weren't they more effective in persuading the Indonesians of the importance of this case to Australia?’
  • 52) ‘Generally the vaccine is effective in 70 to 90 per cent of the cases, and is effective for up to six months.’
  • 53) ‘Even opponents of the system concede that it is effective in matching up bullets to the guns that fired them at least some of the time.’
  • 54) ‘It is something that governments can be particularly effective in doing.’
  • 55) ‘First, effective rule requires combining ideological, economic, military and political power.’
  • 56) ‘To overcome these problems, the new government should first study the causes and then frame concrete and effective policies.’
  • 57) ‘Until we have a good picture of the extent and nature of poverty we can't develop sustainable, effective policy responses.’
  • 58) ‘Our professors teach us that effective laws balance equity with efficiency.’
  • 59) ‘It destroys the confidence of minorities in the police necessary for effective law enforcement.’
  • 60) ‘He pointed out that traffic conditions have worsened through the years because the city's policies are not effective.’
  • 61) ‘The law is effective today and about 100,000 Ohioans are expected to apply for permits in the next six months.’
  • 62) ‘The Act will then receive Royal Assent and become effective law three months later - hunting could be banned by early 2005.’
  • 63) ‘The new rate increase was to be effective from Jan.1, meaning phone bills for January were set to be based on the new higher rate.’
  • 64) ‘The change is effective from December 12 when the new First Great Western and First Great Western Link timetable is introduced.’
  • 65) ‘North Lincolnshire Council confirmed that a stop notice was effective from midnight.’
  • 66) ‘The appointments are effective from the date of the merger and subject to RBI approval, a bank press release said.’
  • 67) ‘The Italian government holds 32% of its shares, giving it effective control over the company.’
  • 68) ‘Critics have questioned why private companies or charities should be given effective control over state-funded schools.’
  • 69) ‘The future buyer would exercise effective control over the bank.’
  • 70) ‘This dynamic is amplified in some localities where large firms have attained effective monopoly power.’
  • 71) ‘It is therefore highly necessary to reduce the effective marginal taxation to enhance the incentive to work.’
  • 72) ‘The effective level of tax then is dictated by government outlays.’
  • 73) ‘In the newly joined member states generally, the effective tax rate is well below the nominal one.’
  • 74) ‘It disclosed that nearly one in five of these high earners paid tax at an effective rate of just 20 per cent.’
  • 75) ‘The President himself has lamented the high effective tax rates paid by low income families.’
  • 76) ‘As the levels of funding increase, the effective return on payroll taxes goes up.’
  • 77) ‘That will be the near term driver of earnings growth, a higher effective tax charge notwithstanding.’
  • 78) ‘So if the government lowers the reference price, the effective tax level would go down.’
  • 79) ‘The actual effective coverage date could be later if claims processing systems must be changed.’
  • 80) ‘When sufficiently strong they can reduce effective size below the actual population size.’
  • 81) ‘In fact, the effective storage of most hydro tanks is about 18 percent of the total volume.’
  • 82) ‘In fact, the effective persistence length is about three times higher than that of naked DNA.’
  • 83) ‘In late June, a Russian army of some 42000 had taken advantage of the overextended lines of communication of Charles XII and his Swedish force of around 19000 effectives, to win an overwhelming victory at Poltava, deep in the Ukraine.’
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