*  Cannabis in Vermont
... its provisions will take effect on July 1, 2018. The 2018 act has no sales or revenue provisions. Some legislators said they ...
*  Gastric bypass surgery
An affected person may feel their heart beating rapidly and forcefully, break into a cold sweat, get a feeling of butterflies ... It is also affected by the experience of the operating surgeon: the learning curve for laparoscopic bariatric surgery is ... One study in rats found that RYGB induced a 19% increase in total and a 31% increase in resting energy expenditure, an effect ... Absorption of most vitamins is not seriously affected after proximal GBP, although vitamin B12 may not be well-absorbed in some ...
*  Proglumide
When injected secretly, it does not have any effect, whereas standard pain drugs have an effect, even if they are administered ... An interesting side effect of proglumide is that it enhances the analgesia produced by opioid drugs, and can prevent or even ... Proglumide also works as a placebo effect amplifier for pain conditions. When injected visibly to a subject, its analgesic ... McCleane, GJ (2003). "The cholecystokinin antagonist proglumide enhances the analgesic effect of dihydrocodeine". The Clinical ...
*  Sexual dysfunction
Several factors can affect female dysfunction, such as situations in which women do not trust their sex partners. The ... This means that it is important to understand how the physiological changes in men and women can affect their sexual desire. ... The hormonal changes that take place during the menopausal transition have been suggested to affect women's sexual response ... Whether or not aging directly affects women's sexual functioning during menopause is another area of controversy. However, many ...
*  Mansfield Township, Burlington County, New Jersey
... a change made by the New Jersey Redistricting Commission that took effect in January 2013, based on the results of the November ...
*  Philippine general election, 2004
... "the pilot-tested revision of ballots or re-tabulation of the certificates of canvass would not affect the winning margin of the ...
*  Vermont Medical Society
... and lobbies the Vermont General Assembly on regulatory issues affecting its membership. Website of the Vermont Medical Society ...
*  Affect
... may refer to: Affect (linguistics), attitude or emotion that a speaker brings to an utterance Affect (philosophy) Affect ... and posture Affect theory Affective science, the scientific study of emotion Blunted affect or affective flattening, a ... reduction in emotional reactivity Labile affect, the unstable display of emotion Affected accent; see Accent (sociolinguistics ... psychology), the experience of feeling or emotion Affect display, signs of emotion, such as facial expression, vocalization, ...
*  Pseudobulbar affect
Affect (psychology) Affect display mentalhealth.com/home/dx/borderlinepersonality.html Parvizi J, Archiniegas DB, Bernardini GL ... 2005). "The differential diagnosis of pseudobulbar affect (PBA). Distinguishing PBA among disorders of mood and affect. ... The clinical effect of PBA can be severe, with unremitting and persistent symptoms that can be disabling to patients, and may ... Pseudobulbar affect is a condition that occurs secondary to neurological disease or brain injury, and is thought to result from ...
*  Depth Affect
"Depth Affect : 'Draft Battle' disponible". "The end of Depth Affect". ... Depth Affect was a French music group, active from 2004 to 2012. Their style was influenced by hip-hop, electronica, and pop. ... Depth Affect disbanded in August 2012. Beauvallet, JD. "Critique de l'album Arche Lymb". "Critique de l'album Hero Crisis". " ...
*  Affect (philosophy)
Affects are difficult to grasp and conceptualize because, as Spinoza says, "an affect or passion of the mind [animi pathema] is ... affecting, body (with body taken in its broadest possible sense to include "mental" or ideal bodies). Affects, according to ... is an ability to affect and be affected. It is a prepersonal intensity corresponding to the passage from one experiential state ... "Definitions of the Emotions/Affects", Spinoza defines 48 different forms of affect, including love and hatred, hope and fear, ...
*  Affect (rhetoric)
Affect, as a term of rhetoric, is the responsive, emotional feeling that precedes cognition. Affect differs from pathos as ... "affect" as the ground of reason. Others follow poststructuralist and post-Heideggerian insights to follow affect's influence on ... In 2012, Rogers described how author W. E. B. Du Bois used the structure of his work, The Souls of Black Folk, to affect his ... Affect has also been identified as a conduit through which rhetorical memories can be internalized. Drawing from philosophy, ...
*  Affect logic
Affect-logic is a notion, introduced in 1988 by Luc Ciompi, relating to Soteria, which sheds light on the interaction between ... It holds that affect and cognition, or feeling and thinking, are continually interacting with the other activity in the ... Ciompi's notion of affect-logic was criticized in some subsequent reviews for being untestable and, as a result, atheoretical. ... 35(3). 1989 Introduction into the Concept of Affect-Logic. ...
*  Affect (linguistics)
Lexical choices may frame speaker affect. Examples are slender (positive affect) vs. scrawny (negative affect), thrifty ( ... In linguistics, affect is an attitude or emotion that a speaker brings to an utterance. Affects such as sarcasm, contempt, ... In Japanese and Korean, grammatical affect is conveyed both through honorific, polite, and humble language, which affects both ... Affect can also be conveyed by more subtle means. Duranti, for example, shows that the use of pronouns in Italian narration ...
*  Affect theory
Affect should also be properly expressed so to make the identification of affect possible. Affect theory is also used ... Affect (psychology) According to psychologist Silvan Tomkins, there are nine primary affects. Tomkins characterized affects by ... Further affects which seem to be missing include relief and confusion. The affect joy is observed through the display of ... Thus, affects are powerful sources of motivation. In Tomkins' words, affects make good things better and bad things worse. This ...
*  Affect display
Positive affect and negative affect represent independent domains of emotion in the general population, and positive affect is ... Affect displays can be altered or faked so one may appear one way, when they feel another (i.e. smiling when sad). Affect can ... In the cases of unipolar depression, a person generally displays more negative affect and less positive affect than a person ... Psychology portal Affect (psychology) Affect theory Affective Affective spectrum Deception Discrete emotions theory Emotion ...
*  Affect measures
These are referred to as measures of affect or measures of emotion. Even though some affect measures contain variations that ... Watson, D., & Clark, L. A. (1994). The PANAS-X: Manual for the positive and negative affect schedule-Expanded Form. Iowa City: ... The International Positive and Negative Affect Schedule Short Form (I-PANAS-SF) is a shortened version of the PANAS, intended ... The PANAS as a measure of orthogonal dimensions of positive and negative affect". Research on Aging. 14: 131-168. doi:10.1177/ ...
*  Affect heuristic
The theory of affect heuristic is that a human being's affect can influence how he or she makes decisions. Research has shown ... As demonstrated below, affect is independent of cognition which indicate that there are conditions where affect does not ... To this, participants were asked to make choices about the affect-rich problem of crime and the affect-poor problem of deer ... Two similar studies were conducted by Wilson and Arvai in 2006, in which they also looked at the affect heuristic affects high ...
*  Dispositional affect
... is different from emotion or affect, by being a personality trait while emotion is a general concept for ... This way we can learn about dispositional affect to a certain situation and not only about dispositional affect as a general ... The strength of emotions a person feels can stem from his level of dispositional affect. Dispositional affect is also different ... Albarracin D. & Kumkale, G.T. (2003) "Affect as Information in Persuasion: A Model of Affect Identification and Discounting". ...
*  Affect consciousness
Based on Tomkins' affect and script theory (2008b,1995a), the affect consciousness model posits that affect, along with pain, ... Monsen, J. T., & Monsen, K. (1999). Affects and affect consciousness: A psychotherapy model integrating Silvan Tomkins' affect ... Affect consciousness, or affect integration (which is a more generic term for the same phenomenon), refers to an individual's ... As noted by Solbakken et al., affect consciousness scores (both overall mean of all aspect-scores across affects and scores on ...
*  Affect control theory
... in affect control theory. Affect control theory has inspired assembly of dictionaries of EPA sentiments for thousands of ... Affect control theory has been used in research on emotions, gender, social structure, politics, deviance and law, the arts, ... Affect display Osgood et al. (1975). Osgood et al. (1975). Heise (2001) provides a detailed description of this work. Gollob ( ... According to affect control theory, an event generates emotions for the individuals involved in the event by changing ...
*  Affect infusion model
Affective state - Positive affect is more closely linked to heuristic processing, while negative affect is more closely ... The reason substantive processing is most apt to be infused by affect is because mood can affect each stage in the cognition ... a process that determines the degree to which mood can affect our judgement. According to the AIM, affect (mood and emotion) ... The Affect infusion model (AIM) is a theoretical model in the field of human psychology. Developed by social psychologist ...
*  Fading affect bias
... the Fading Affect was more prominent (51%) than the Fixed Affect (38%). Instances of the Flourishing Affect and the Flexible ... the Flourishing Affect (where there is an increase in intensity), and the Flexible Affect (where there is a reversal of valence ... For positive recollections, the Fixed Affect was more prominent (39%) than the Fading Affect (37%). However, for negative ... Initially, the Fading Affect Bias was widely accepted as the process whereby the emotional valence of certain events fades over ...
*  Postponement of affect
... is most frequently used against the affects of rage (or annoyance) and grief'. In the affect of grief, postponement seems to be ... Postponement of affect is a defence mechanism which may be used against a variety of feelings or emotions. Such a 'temporal ... What happens in mourning is nothing other than a gradual "working-through" of an affect which, if released in its full strength ... demands and carries into effect the postponement of satisfaction...and the temporary toleration of unpleasure as a step on the ...
*  Affect in education
The importance of affect in education has become a topic of increasing interest in the fields of psychology and education. It ...