Expressive

  • (adj): Characterized by expression.
    Example: "A very expressive face"

Some articles on expressive:

Research In Music Education - Types of Research - Descriptive - Relationship Studies
... was to examine the relationship of individual expressive performance to ensemble achievement, technical achievement, and musical background ... The findings indicated no significant relationships between individual and ensemble expressive achievement as well as strong correlations between technical and expressive performance ... The impact of the study was grounds for questioning the assumption that expressive ensembles yield expressive individuals ...
Expressive Loan
... An expressive loan is a loanword incorporated into the expressive system of the borrowing language, making it resemble native words or onomatopoeia ... Expressive loanwords are hard to identify, and by definition, they follow the common phonetic sound change patterns poorly ... Likewise, there is a continuum between "pure" loanwords and "expressive" loanwords ...
Psychotherapists - Specific Schools and Approaches - Expressive Therapy
... Expressive therapy is a form of therapy that utilizes artistic expression as its core means of treating clients ... Expressive therapists use the different disciplines of the creative arts as therapeutic interventions ... Expressive therapists believe that often the most effective way of treating a client is through the expression of imagination in a creative work and integrating and processing what issues ...
Speech And Language Assessment - For Children
... Language Fundamentals (CELF-4) Assesses receptive, expressive, and pragmatic language ... of Language Fundamentals Pre-School (CELF-P) Assesses receptive, expressive, and pragmatic language skills in Pre-School aged children ... ACE 6-11 - a battery of receptive, expressive and pragmatic language tests RAPT - picture naming and grammar/content analysis RWFVS - Picture naming/vocabul ...
Aprosodia - Types - Expressive
... Expressive aprosodia occurs when a patient is unable to properly produce the intended emotional cues to those around them, owing more from an inability to produce ... It is believed that expressive aprosodia results from a lack of an emotional dictionary, much in the same way that patients with dominant hemisphere damage in the same area have a diminished ability to choose the ...

Famous quotes containing the word expressive:

    It’s very expressive of myself. I just lump everything in a great heap which I have labeled “the past,” and, having thus emptied this deep reservoir that was once myself, I am ready to continue.
    Zelda Fitzgerald (1900–1948)

    Coming on such an ancient human trace
    Seems as expressive of the human race
    As meeting someone living, face to face.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)