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affordance

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EtymologyEdit

From afford +‎ -ance; coined in 1977 by psychologist J. J. Gibson.

NounEdit

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affordance (plural affordances)

  1. A potential action that is made possible by a given object or environment; especially, one that is made easily discoverable.

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