Research Data Base [ 281 - 300 of 368 Entries ]
|281||Schmedlen G W (1981)|
The impact of sensory modality matching on the establishment of rapport in psychotherapy.
Dissertation Abstracts International 42(5), 2080-B Kent State University (Pub = AAC8123577): 83
|282||Schneider M E (1984)|
The relationship among primary representational systems, and counselor empathy, trustworthiness, attractiveness, expertness and subject preference.
Dissertation Abstracts International 45(2), 418-A SUNY Buffalo (Order = DA8410589): 110
|283||Scott E K (1987)|
The effects of the Neurolinguistic Programming model of reframing as therapy for bulemia.
Dissertation Abstracts International 48(7), 1713-A 1714-A Northern Arizona University (Order = DA8715297): 191
|284||Semtner E A (1986)|
An investigation into the relevance of using Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) as an aid in individualizing college reading programs.
Dissertation Abstracts International 47(4): 1266
|285||Sharman D, Johnson A (1997)|
Innovation in all things! Developing creativity in the workplace.
Industrial and Commercial Training 29(3) - MCB UP Ltd: 85-87
|286||Sharp J G, Byrne J, Bowker R (2008)|
The trouble with VAK
Educationalfutures 1(1): 89-97
|287||Sharpley C F (1984)|
Predicate matching in NLP: a review of research on the preferred representational system.
Journal of Counseling Psychology 31(2): 238-248
|288||Sharpley C F (1987)|
Research findings on Neurolinguistic Programming: nonsupportive data or untestable theory?
Journal of Counseling Psychology 34(1): 103-107
|289||Shaw D L (1977)|
Recall as effected by the interaction of presentation representational system and primary representational system.
Dissertation Abstracts International 38(10), 5931-A Ball State University (Order = 7803830): 211
|290||Shelden V E, Shelden R G (1989)|
Sexual abuse of males by females: The problem, treatment modality, and case example.
Family Therapy 16(3): 249-258
|291||Shobin M Z (1980)|
An investigation of the effects of verbal pacing on initial therapeutic rapport.
Dissertation Abstracts International 41(5), A Boston University School of Education (Order = 8024158): 101
|292||Shorer-Zeltser M, Ben-Israel (Fixler) G M (2008)|
Applications of Content and NLP Techniques Analyses on Religious Internet Content.
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management 8(9): 13-26
|293||Simpson S D R, Dryden W (2011)|
Comparison between REBT and Visual/Kinaesthetic Dissociation in the Treatment of Panic Disorder: An Empirical Study.
Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy 29(3): 158-176
|294||Singh A, Abraham A (2008)|
Neuro linguistic programming: A key to business excellence.
Total Quality Management & Business Excellence 19(1&2) - Routledge: 141-149
|295||Skinner H (2005)|
Wish you were here? Some problems associated with integrating marketing communications when promoting place brands.
Place Branding 1: 299-315
|296||Skinner H, Croft R (2009)|
Neuro-linguistic programming techniques to improve the self-efficacy of undergraduate dissertation students.
Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education 1(1) - University of Glamorgan: 29-38
|297||Skinner H, Stephens P (2003)|
Speaking the same language: the relevance of neuro-linguistic programming to effective marketing communications.
Journal of Marketing Communications 9(3) - Routledge: 177-192
|298||Slavit M R (1983)|
The effects of assessing and utilizing preferred sensory modality: an experiment with relaxation training.
Dissertation Abstracts International 44(9), 2907-B University of Texas at Austin (Pub = AAC8329874): 136
|299||Sommer C (2002)|
In Grodzki, Lynn (Ed.), The new private practice. New York: W. W. Norton & Co, Inc
|300||Sorensen L B, Greve T, Kreutzer M, Pedersen U, Nielsen C M, Toubro S, Astrup A (2011)|
Weight maintenance through behaviour modification with a cooking course or neurolinguistic programming.
Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice & Research 72(4): 181-185