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Neuro-Linguistic Programming
Research Data Base [ keyword: "basic assumptions" ]
11977An investigation of eye movements and representational
21977Recall as effected by the interaction of presentation representational system and primary representational
31979Matched versus unmatched primary representational systems relationship to perceived trustworthiness in a counseling
41979Trust as effected by representational system
51979The use of language representational systems by high and low marital adjustment
61980The testing of a model for the representation of
71980A determination of the extent to which a predominant representational system can be identified through written and verbal communication and eye scanning
81980Language as a therapeutic tool: the effects on the relationship of listeners responding to speakers by using perceptual
91980A validity study of the construct `most highly valued representational system` in human auditory and visual
101980Primary representational systems as a basis for improved comprehension and
111980Test of the eye movement hypothesis of Neurolinguistic
121981Neurolinguistic Programming: testing some basic
131981A study of eye movement patterns in the Neurolinguistic Programming
141981The impact of sensory modality matching on the establishment of rapport in
151981A validation study of nonverbal eye pattern strategies related to language and therapeutic
161981The effect of matching primary representational system predicates on hypnotic
171982Imagery and eye
181982Effect of counselor predicate matching on perceived social influence and client
191982Neurolinguistic Programming: method or myth?id:74
201982Predicates, mental imagery in discrete sense modes, and levels of stress: the Neurolinguistic Programming
211982The effects of primary representational system congruence on relaxation in a Neurolinguistic Programming
221982The relationship between subjects' predominant sensory predicate use, their preferred representational system and self-reported attitudes towards similar versus different therapist-patient
231982An investigation of eye accessing
241983The stability and impact of the primary representational system in Neurolinguistic Programming: a critical
251983EEG and representational
261983Determining the reliability of the NLP eye movement
271983Matching therapists' predicates: an in vivo test of
281983Representational systems and eye movements in an
291983Supervisory conferences in communicative disorders: verbal and nonverbal interpersonal communication
301983An empirical test of the Neurolinguistic Programming concept of
311983Eye positions and associated mental activity as determined by sensory-based words
321983The effects of assessing and utilizing preferred sensory modality: an experiment with relaxation
331983The use of sensory predicates to predict responses to sensory
341984Neurolinguistic Programming examined: imagery, sensory mode, and
351984An evaluation of Neurolinguistic Programming: the impact of varied imaging tasks upon sensory
361984A test of the relationship between stress and primary representational
371984The relationship among primary representational systems, and counselor empathy, trustworthiness, attractiveness, expertness and subject
381984An investigation of language representational system utilization by personality
391985Representational systems: an empirical approach to Neurolinguistic
401985An empirical evaluation of the neurolinguistic programming
411985Students' perceptions of Neurolinguistic Programming strategies (counseling, communication, clients, therapy).id:34
421985Mental imagery as revealed by eye movements and spoken predicates: a test of Neurolinguistic
431985Hypothesized eye movements of Neurolinguistic Programming: a statistical
441985"Primary representational system" and task performance: empirical assessment in prison and normal
451985Neurolinguistic programming: The impact of imagery tasks on sensory predicate
461985Double hypnotic induction: an initial empirical
471985Neurolinguistic programming: a test of the eye movement
481985Predicate identification and predicate matching: determining if it makes a
491986Neurolinguistic Programming's primary representational system: does it exist?id:135
501986Test of the neurolinguistic programming hypothesis that eye movements relate to processing
511987An empirical test of basic assumptions of
521987Eye movement as an indicator of sensory components in
531987Cognition and athletic behavior: an investigation of the NLP principle of
541987Image formation as related to visual fixation
551987An examination of the Neurolinguistic Programming hypothesis on eye movements in
561987Categorizing sensory reception in four modes: support for representational
571988An empirical test of theoretical constructs essential to
581989A definitional and structural investigation of matching perceptual predicates, mismatching perceptual predicates, and Milton-model
591989Neurolinguistic Programming and hypnotic responding: an empirical
601991The NLP swish pattern: An innovative visualizing

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