the blend of a sentimental encounter with a cognitive objective or visualization, such as the connecting of the sensations of alleviation and the lessening of feeling scared to the idea of a mother or father as a safe place.

AFFECTIVE-COGNITIVE STRUCTURE: "Brenda's affective-cognitive structure elicited feelings of apprehension in her when approached by strangers ever since an attempted childhood abduction years ago."
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