Research Data Base [ 81 - 100 of 368 Entries ]
|81||Davis I, Davis S L (1991)|
Belief change and neurolinguistic programming.
Family Dynamics of Addiction Quarterly 1(2): 34-44
|82||Davis JI, et al. (2011)|
Psychological distance and emotional experience: what you see is what you get.
Emotion 11(2): 438-444
|83||Davis S L, Davis D I (1983)|
Neuro-Linguistic Programming and family therapy.
Journal of Marital & Family Therapy 9(3): 283-291
|84||Day R C G (1985)|
Students' perceptions of Neurolinguistic Programming strategies (counseling, communication, clients, therapy).
Dissertation Abstracts International 46(4), 1333-B Florida State University: 130
|85||de Miranda C T, de Paula C S, Palma D, da Silva E M, Martin D, de Nobrega F J (1999)|
Impact of the application of neurolinguistic programming to mothers of children enrolled in a day care center of a shantytown.
Sao Paulo Med J 117(2): 63-71
|86||Delaru V, Klauchek S, Gonzhal I (1993)|
Analysis of psychotherapeutic activity in a medical cooperative.
Zhurnal Nevropatologii i Psikhiatrii imeni S S Korsakova 93(6): 89-90
|87||Derks L (2016)|
University of Central Nicaragua, October 24, 2016 (Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology)
|88||Dilts R (1983)|
EEG and representational systems.
University of California, Santa Cruz - published in: Roots of NLP, Meta Publications 1983.
|89||Dixon P N, Parr G D, Yarbrough D, Rathael M (1986)|
Neurolinguistic programming as a persuasive communication technique.
Journal of Social Psychology 126 (4): 545-550
|90||Doemland J H (2001)|
Language and performance: An NLP meta-model analysis of performance descriptions by elite canoe-slalom athletes.
Dissertation Abstracts International 61(10-B), The Sciences and Engineering: 5267
|91||Dooley K, Farmer A (1988)|
Comparison for aphasic and control subjects of eye movements hypothesized in Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP).
Perceptual and Motor Skills 67(1): 233-234
|92||Dorn F J (1983)|
Assessing primary representational system (PRS) preference for Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) using three methods.
Counselor Education and Supervision 23(2): 149-156
|93||Dorn F J (1983)|
The effects of counselor-client predicate use in counselor attractiveness.
American Mental Health Counselor's Association Journal 5: 22-30
|94||Dorn F J, Atwater M, Jereb R, Russell R (1983)|
Determining the reliability of the NLP eye movement procedure.
American Mental Health Counselors Association Journal 5(3): 105-110
|95||Dorn F J, Brunson B I, Atwater M (1983)|
Assessment of primary representational systems with neurolinguistic programming: Examination of preliminary literature.
American Mental Health Counselors Association Journal 5(4): 161-168
|96||Dowd T E (2002)|
Memory processes in psychotherapy: Implications for integration.
Journal of Psychotherapy Integration 12(2): 233-246
|97||Dowd T E, Hingst A G (1983)|
Matching therapists' predicates: an in vivo test of effectiveness.
Perceptual and Motor Skills 57: 207-210
|98||Dowd T E, Pety J (1982)|
Effect of counselor predicate matching on perceived social influence and client satisfaction.
Journal of Counseling Psychology 29(2): 206-209
|99||Dowlen A (1996)|
NLP - help or hype? Investigating the uses of neuro-linguistic programming in management learning
Career Development International 1(1) - MCB UP Ltd: 27-34
|100||Drenth P J D (1999)|
Prometheus chained: Social and ethical constraints on psychology.
European Psychologist 4(4): 233-239