Glossary of Terms
Acting As If
A technique used in acting or life that takes advantage of your natural mental and emotional responses to posture and behavior to impose a feeling of confidence or security
A concept pioneered by psychologists Carl R. Rogers and Richard E. Farson that puts forward the idea that listening is not a passive activity but requires energy and effort
A set of mental processes influencing judgment and decision making
The formation of clear and distinct sounds in speech
The length of time a person can devote to an activity before their mind wanders
A term first coined by Constantin Stanislavski that signified a transition for an actor from one moment ...