affective response

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affective response

Affect Modeling with Field-based Physiological Responses

Response: The Scale of Affect in Physiological Aesthetics

The SOS response affects thermoregulation of colicin K synthesis

Age, parasites, and condition affect humoral immune response in tropical pythons

Variability of Affective Responses to Odors: Culture, Gender, and Olfactory Knowledge

Halothane and propofol differentially affect electroencephalographic responses to noxious stimulation

Implicit and Explicit Measurements of Affective Responses to Food Odors

Emotional Response Deficits in Schizophrenia: Insights From Affective Science

Automatic response activation in sequential affective priming: an ERP study

Neural circuitry underlying affective response to peer feedback in adolescence

Autistic traits are associated with diminished neural response to affective touch

fNIRS detects temporal lobe response to affective touch

Iron deficiency differently affects metabolic responses in soybean roots

Histological type of esophageal cancer might affect response to neo-adjuvant radiochemotherapy and subsequent prognosis

Subchronic SSRI administration reduces insula response during affective anticipation in healthy volunteers

Affective responses to system messages in human–computer-interaction: Effects of modality and message type

Exercise Affects Tumor Growth and Drug Response in a Mouse Model of Breast Cancer

Evaluation of Copper Speciation and Water Quality Factors That Affect Aqueous Copper Tasting Response


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The emotional response to a situation. For example, the feeling of pride and satisfaction a person obtains when winning, or the feeling of disappointment on losing.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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