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d) She asked Dutch actors to rate their own emotions and the emotions of the characters they were playing across a range of affective states (from disgust and anxiety to tenderness and pleasure).
c) She found that positive emotions were often felt by the actors as they played those character’s emotions.
a) However, the more negative the emotion of the character, the less likely the actor would report feeling that emotion onstage.
b) In a wonderful set of studies and subsequent book, Elly A. Konijn looked to the question of how much actors are aware of their performance as they perform it, and how much they let the character “take over”.