Research Data Base [ 41 - 60 of 368 Entries ]
|41||Bradley E, Biedermann H-J (1985)|
Bandler and Grinder's neurolinguistic programming: Its historical context and contribution.
Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training 22(1): 59-62
|42||Brandis A D (1986)|
A neurolinguistic treatment for reducing parental anger responses and creating more resourceful behavioral options.
Dissertation Abstracts International 47(11), 4642-B California School of Professional Psychology (Order = DA8626141): 161
|43||Brengle E Q (1979)|
Preference for sensory modality of mental imagery and its relationship to stress reduction using a systematic desensitization technique.
Dissertation Abstracts International 40(4), 1878-B Wayne State University: 128
|44||Bridoux D, Weaver M (2000)|
In Davies, Dominic, Neal, Charles (Eds.): Therapeutic perspectives on working with lesbian, gay and bisexual clients. Buckingham, England: Open University Press.
|45||Brockman W P (1980)|
Empathy revisited: the effects of representational system matching on certain counseling process and outcome variables.
Dissertation Abstracts International 41(8), 3421-A College of William and Mary (Order = 8103591): 167
|46||Brockopp D Y (1983)|
What is NLP (neurolinguistic programming)?
Taehan Kanho 22(5): 48-49
|47||Brown N (2002)|
Meta programme patterns in accounting educators at a UK business school.
Accounting Education 11(1) - Routledge: 79-91
|48||Brown N (2004)|
What makes a good educator? The relevance of meta programmes.
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 29(5): 515-533
|49||Buchanan D R, Little D (1983)|
Neuro-linguistic programming and psychodrama: Theoretical and clinical similarities.
Journal of Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama & Sociometry 36(3): 114-122
|50||Buckner M, Mera N M (1987)|
Eye movement as an indicator of sensory components in thought.
Journal of Counseling Psychology 34(3): 283-287
|51||Budman S H, Hoyt M F, Friedman S (1992)|
The first session in brief therapy.
Counselling Psychology Quarterly. New York, US: Guilford Press.
|52||Bull L (2007)|
Sunflower therapy for children with specific learning difficulties (dyslexia): a randomised, controlled trial.
Complementary therapies in clinical practice 13 (1): 15-24
|53||Bull L (2009)|
Survey of complementary and alternative therapies used by children with specific learning difficulties (dyslexia).
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 44(2) - Routledge: 224-235
|54||Burke D T, Meleger A, Schneider J C, Snyder J, Dorvlo A S, Al-Adawi S (2003)|
Eye-movements and ongoing task processing.
Percept Mot Skills 96(3Pt2): 1330-1338
|55||Busch G W (1985)|
Eye movements and spelling errors: Neurolinguistic programming used and associated with the analysis of certain factual difficulties.
Skolepsykologi 22(1): 32-41
|56||Carbonell D A (1985)|
Representational systems: an empirical approach to Neurolinguistic Programming.
Dissertation Abstracts International 46(8), 2798-B DePaul University (Pub = AAC8523962): 144
|57||Carey J, Churches R, Hutchinson G, Jones J, Tosey P (2009)|
Neuro-linguistic programming and learning: teacher case studies on the impact of NLP in education.
Reading: CfBT Education Trust
|58||Cheney S, Miller L, Rees R (1982)|
Imagery and eye movements.
Journal of Mental Imagery 6: 113-124
|59||Childers J H (1985)|
Neuro-linguistic programming: Enhancing teacher-student communications.
Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education & Development 24(1): 32-39
|60||Childers J H (1989)|
Looking at yourself through loving eyes.
Elementary School Guidance & Counseling 23(3): 204-209