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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaffectiveaf‧fec‧tive /əˈfektɪv/ adjective medical or technical  relating to or having an effect on the emotions affective disorders
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affectiveOf most importance to teachers were affective aims relating to the personal development of children.It's also important to note how important the affective, as opposed to merely informational or propositional component of conversation is.As affective development is inseparable from cognitive development, social development is inseparable from cognitive and affective development.In addition, affective experiences and feelings are now conserved.Representation allows for the creation of images of experiences, including affective experiences.It seems difficult to write behavioural objectives for this domain alone, as affective functioning is always interwoven with cognitive functioning.Both focus on affective rather than cognitive factors as central to the process.These factors influence not only cognitive reasoning but also affective reasoning.
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