Distinguishing between intended and perceived emotions in a 'danced -based' physical theatre perfomance
datasetposted on 31.07.2020 by Zelnè Papenfus
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These figures and tables display the data discussed in the dissertation, tilted: "Distinguishing between intended and perceived emotions in a 'dance-based' Physical Theatre performance". The data was collected using a Mobile Application that was specifically designed for this study. The aim of this study was to determine whether audience members could perceive and distinguish three emotions (anger, fear, and disgust) that were portrayed in a 'dance-based' Physical Theatre performance. There were two performances. The first performance consisted of regular theatre goers, and the second performance consisted of non-regular theatre goers. All the audience members were invited to watch and participate in this study.