affectability

affectability

(əˌfɛktəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
the ability to be influenced or affected by something
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We as physiotherapists have the learning, aptitudes, affectability, mindfulness and constancy to advance coordinated effort, however it is not generally simple.
The cloud encryption abilities of the specialist organization need to coordinate the level of affectability of the information being facilitated.
Alert passivity is no different than what Deleuze calls passive power, or affectability.
1,5,6 Tooth wear regularly brings distress and affectability particularly during eating, drinking or tooth brushing.
Because readers recognize the world's universality within literary presentations of the local, we should substitute characteristics such as affectability and responsivity, which remain irreducible for local or universal communities of readers, for the deciphering of and responses to a specific texts.
This might be because of certain ethnic gathering's affectability to a Western way of life.
In this way, it is basic to have a controller with low affectability to clamor and natural conditions [3].
The problem with such region based strategies is that they do not indicate high affectability and specificity in classification of MCI and AD [23].
Emotional support incorporates educator affectability, classroom atmosphere, and classroom administration.
Since the amount of deviation with a normal marker is more than that of the digital marker, so the sensitivity in the movement of the digital marker is more which its reason can be the accuracy and the more affectability of the digital marker from natural factors such as roughness of the land and with a little experience from the driver in working with this kind of tractor (diagram5).
Framed in such a humble position, pre-posed by (before and toward) Man, a Poetic engagement with humanity begins with affectability (relationality, contingency, immediacy), and can only announce the constitutive relation.
The main characters of Romance and Italian demonstrate a pseudo-magical proficiency for affectability and affect transmission.