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Affect (You describe) Type: depressed/sad, anxious, euphoric, angry Range: full range, labile, restricted, blunted/flattened Appropriateness to content and congruence with stated moodWhat are words that describe affect?
However, normal affect can vary according to cultures or even for individuals. Normal affect is also known as "broad affect.". Terms used to describe affect include: flat, blunted, constricted, inappropriate, irritable, euthymic and labile.What is an example of affect?
Affect is to be distinguished from mood, which refers to a pervasive and sustained emotion. Common examples of affect are euphoria, anger, and sadness. A range of affect may be described as broad (normal), restricted (constricted), blunted, or flat.What does affect mean in medical terms?
Affect: The emotional tone a person expresses. A person's affect may be appropriate or inappropriate to the situation. One type of inappropriate affect is a flat affect or blunted affect, a common feature of schizophrenia.