Research Data Base [ 141 - 160 of 368 Entries ]
|141||Grimley B (2007)|
Time for NLP to get positive: A response to Linder-Pelz and Hall.
The Coaching Psychologist 3(2): 79-83
|142||Grimley B (2012)|
NLP a promising coaching paradigm.
The Coaching Psychologist 8(2): 86-91
|143||Grimley B (2013)|
Neuro-linguistic programming. Still top of the pops after 40 years.
The British Psychological Society, OP Matters No. 20: 36-42
|144||Grimley B (2015)|
What is Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP)?
University of Central Nicaragua, December 17th, 2015 (Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology)
|145||Grimley B (2015)|
NLP: Misunderstood by psychologists.
Sport & Exercise Psychology Review 11(2): 66-72
|146||Grimley B (2016)|
What is NLP? The development of a grounded theory of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), within an action research journey. Implications for the use of NLP in coaching psychology.
International Coaching Psychology Review 11(2): 166-178
|147||Grimley B (2016)|
Removal of PTSD Symptoms in a Client Using Neuro-Linguistic Programming.
Journal of Experiential Psychotherapy 19(3): 37-46
|148||Grzebieniak J F (1982)|
The relationship between selected Jungian personality types as determined on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and their preferred use of sensory predicates as described by Bandler and Grinder.
Dissertation Abstracts International 44(4), 989-A University of Pittsburg (Order = DA8318201): 122
|149||Gubi P M (2009)|
A qualitative exploration into how the use of prayer in counselling and psychotherapy might be ethically problematic.
Counselling and Psychotherapy Research 9(2) - Routledge: 115-121
|150||Gumm W B, Walker M K, Day H D (1982)|
Neurolinguistic Programming: method or myth?
Journal of Counseling Psychology 29(3)
|151||Hagstrom G C (1981)|
A microanalysis of direct confrontation psychotherapy with schizophrenics: using Neurolinguistic Programming and Delsarte's system of expression.
Dissertation Abstracts International 42(10), 4192-B California School of Professional Psychology (Order = DA8207545): 187
|152||Hale R L (1986)|
The effects of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) on public speaking anxiety and incompetence.
Dissertation Abstracts International 47(5), Drake University (Order = DA8617682): 93
|153||Hall E, Wall K, Higgins S, Stephens L, Pooley I, Welham J (2005)|
Learning to Learn with parents: lessons from two research projects.
Improving Schools 8(2): 179-191
|154||Hammer A L (1980)|
Language as a therapeutic tool: the effects on the relationship of listeners responding to speakers by using perceptual predicates.
Dissertation Abstracts International 41 (3), 991-A Michigan State University (Order = 8020705): 149
|155||Hammer A L (1983)|
Matching perceptual predicates: Effect on perceived empathy in a counseling analogue.
Journal of Counseling Psychology 30(2): 172-179
|156||Haynie N A (1982)|
Systematic Human Relations Training with Neurolinguistic Programming.
Dissertation Abstracts International 43(7), 2286-A University of Georgia (Order = DA8228694): 151
|157||Heap M (1988)|
Neurolinguistic programming - an interim verdict.
Hypnosis: Current clinical, experimental and forensic practices - Croom Helm: 268-280
|158||Helm D J (1990)|
Neurolinguistic Programming: equality as to distribution of learning modalities.
Journal of Instructional Psychology 17(3): 159-160
|159||Helm D J (1991)|
Neurolinguistic Programming: gender and the learning modalities create inequalities in learning: a proposal to reestablish equality and promote new levels of achievement in education.
Journal of Instructional Psychology 18(3): 167-169
|160||Hernandez V O (1981)|
A study of eye movement patterns in the Neurolinguistic Programming model.
Dissertation Abstracts International 42(4), 1587-B Ball State University (Order = 8120505): 149