Baddeley M, Predebon J: "Do the eyes have it?": A test of neurolinguistic programming's eye movement hypothesis.
Australian Journal of Clinical Hypnotherapy and Hypnosis 12(1): 1-23, 1991.
Abstract: Conducted 2 studies with 62 female undergraduates to investigate neurolinguistic programming's eye-movement hypothesis. These studies incorporated distinctions between remembered and constructed sensory specific experiences. Results failed to support the neurolinguistic programming hypothesis although post-hoc tests located some distinctive eye-movement trends. There was a tendency for the auditory remembered questions to be associated with a greater number of predicted eye movements than expected by chance. Visually remembered and auditory constructed questions tended to be positively associated with predicted eye-movements both within and across eye-movement instances. (PsycLIT Database Copyright 1992 American Psychological Assn, all rights reserved)