By Barbara Sellers-Young Jade Rosina McCutcheon
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This difference forms a significant cornerstone of the foundation of pedagogy in the field of performance. Three features for which the actor-trainer must account in actor training codify this degree of individuation: 1. The actor’s ability to cultivate memory, engage empathy and manifest emotion. 31 32 The Neuroscience of Performance Pedagogy 2. The facility with which the actor is able to release the habitual body. 3. The actor’s ability to ‘read’ one’s own body. The fact that these features will vary from actor to actor based on his or her existential perspective, the sum total of which constitutes the conscious self, is probably the most intriguing and frustrating factor relevant to the ability of actor-trainers to achieve with their actors integration of the discrete foci of actor training (voice/speech, movement and text analysis) and ensure continuity from the studio to rehearsal and performance and from performance to performance.
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2005). Another relevant deficit that could follow right parietal lobe damage is a rare condition known as somatoparaphrenia (Vallar and Ronchi, 2009). It is a delusional belief that one’s own limbs do not belong to one’s self; it co-occurs with an additional neurological syndrome known as visual neglect (where the left half of space is ignored, not attended). A patient with somatoparaphrenia denies that the left hand belongs to him, that in fact the left limb belongs to the patient lying in the next bed, or that it belongs to the examining doctor.
Embodied Consciousness: Performance Technologies by Barbara Sellers-Young Jade Rosina McCutcheon