Research Data Base [ 101 - 120 of 369 Entries ]
|101||Drenth P J D (1999)|
Prometheus chained: Social and ethical constraints on psychology.
European Psychologist 4(4): 233-239
|102||Duncan R C, Konefal J, Spechler M M (1990)|
Effect of Neurolinguistic Programming training of self-actualization as measured by the Personal Orientation Inventory.
Psychological Reports 66(3Pt2): 1323-1330
|103||Durand D, Wetzel J, Hansen A (1989)|
Computer analysis of sensory predicate use in written and oral communication.
Psychological Reports 65(2): 675-684
|104||Durand T, Dubreuil M (2001)|
Humanizing the future: managing change with soft technology.
foresight 3(4) - MCB UP Ltd: 285-295
|105||Eckstein D (2004)|
Reframing as an Innovative Educational Technique: Turning a Perceived Inability into an Asset.
Korean Journal of Thinking and Problem Solving 14(1): 37-47
|106||Edwards L (1999)|
Self-hypnosis and psychological interventions for symptoms attributed to Candida and food intolerance.
Australian Journal of Clinical Hypnotherapy and Hypnosis 20(1): 1-12
|107||Edwards L (2003)|
Coaching - the latest buzzword or a truly effective management tool?
Industrial and Commercial Training 35(7) - MCB UP Ltd: 298-300
|108||Egger B (1988)|
Seeing is believing: the process of contact with the inner image through painting.
Dissertation Abstracts International 49(12): 5507
|109||Ehrmantraut J E (1984)|
A comparison of the therapeutic relationships of counseling students trained in Neurolinguistic Programming vs. students trained on the Carkhuff Model.
Dissertation Abstracts International 44(10), 3191-B University of Northern Colorado (Pub = AAC8328491): 151
|110||Einspruch E L, Forman B D (1985)|
Observations concerning research literature on Neurolinguistic Programming.
Journal of Counseling Psychology 32(4): 589-596
|111||Einspruch E L, Forman B D (1988)|
Neurolinguistic Programming in the treatment of phobias.
Psychotherapy in private practice 6(1): 91-100
|112||Elich M, Thompson R W, Miller L (1985)|
Mental imagery as revealed by eye movements and spoken predicates: a test of Neurolinguistic Programming.
Journal of Counseling Psychology 32(4): 622-625
|113||Ellickson J L (1983)|
Representational systems and eye movements in an interview.
Journal of Counseling Psychology 30(3): 339-345
|114||Ellis C (2004)|
Neurolinguisic programming in the medical consultation.
S Afr Med J 94(9): 748-749
|115||Ellis J L (1980)|
Representational systems: an investigation of sensory predicate use in a self-disclosure interview.
Dissertation Abstracts International 41(11), 4244-B University of Minnesota (Pub = AAC8109421): 194
|116||Falzett W C (1979)|
Matched versus unmatched primary representational systems relationship to perceived trustworthiness in a counseling analogue.
Dissertation Abstracts International 41(1), 105-A Marquette University (Order = 8105176): 100
|117||Farmer A, Rooney R, Cunningham J R (1985)|
Hypothesized eye movements of Neurolinguistic Programming: a statistical artifact.
Perceptual and Motor Skills 61: 717-718
|118||Farmer S S (1983)|
Supervisory conferences in communicative disorders: verbal and nonverbal interpersonal communication pacing.
Dissertation Abstracts International 44(9), 2715-B (2716-B) University of Colorado (Order = DA8400891): 195
|119||Faulkender N A (1985)|
"Primary representational system" and task performance: empirical assessment in prison and normal populations.
Dissertation Abstracts International 45(12), 3937-B California School of Professional Psychology at Berkeley (Pub = AAC8503711): 100
|120||Ferguson D M (1987)|
The effect of two audiotaped Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) phobia treatments on public speaking anxiety.
Dissertation Abstracts International 49(4), 765 University of Tennessee (Order = DA8810355): 95