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Neuro-Linguistic Programming
Research Data Base [ keyword: "eye movement" ]
 
11974Direction of gaze and distribution of cerebral thought processes.id:237
21977An investigation of eye movements and representational systems.id:121
31979Trust as effected by representational system predicates.id:72
41980The testing of a model for the representation of consciousness.id:9
51980Test of the eye movement hypothesis of Neurolinguistic Programming.id:161
61981A study of eye movement patterns in the Neurolinguistic Programming model.id:82
71981Rapport in the therapeutic relationship and its relationship to pacing.id:122
81981A validation study of nonverbal eye pattern strategies related to language and therapeutic processes.id:175
91982Imagery and eye movements.id:28
101982Neurolinguistic Programming: method or myth?id:74
111982An investigation of eye accessing cues.id:131
121983The stability and impact of the primary representational system in Neurolinguistic Programming: a critical examination.id:29
131983EEG and representational systems.id:178
141983Determining the reliability of the NLP eye movement procedure.id:38
151983Assessment of primary representational systems with neurolinguistic programming: Examination of preliminary literature.id:225
161983Representational systems and eye movements in an interview.id:49
171983Eye positions and associated mental activity as determined by sensory-based words spoken.id:91
181984Test of the eye movement hypothesis of Neurolinguistic Programming: a rebuttal of conclusions.id:10
191984Neurolinguistic Programming as an interviewing technique with prelingually deaf adults.id:33
201985Eye movements and spelling errors: Neurolinguistic programming used and associated with the analysis of certain factual difficulties.id:205
211985Representational systems: an empirical approach to Neurolinguistic Programming.id:27
221985An empirical evaluation of the neurolinguistic programming model.id:30
231985Mental imagery as revealed by eye movements and spoken predicates: a test of Neurolinguistic Programming.id:48
241985Hypothesized eye movements of Neurolinguistic Programming: a statistical artifact.id:53
251985Neurolinguistic programming: a test of the eye movement hypothesis.id:129
261986Test of the neurolinguistic programming hypothesis that eye movements relate to processing imagery.id:170
271987An empirical test of basic assumptions of NLP.id:15
281987Eye movement as an indicator of sensory components in thought.id:24
291987Image formation as related to visual fixation point.id:117
301987An examination of the Neurolinguistic Programming hypothesis on eye movements in children.id:142
311988An empirical test of theoretical constructs essential to NLP.id:16
321988Comparison for aphasic and control subjects of eye movements hypothesized in Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP).id:36
331988Neurolinguistic programming - an interim verdict.id:79
341988A study for development of a methodological process and the use of certified NLP practitioners in assessing the consistency of NLP programmers rating eye movements.id:157
351989A further empirical evaluation of neurolinguistic primary representational systems (PRS).id:94
361989Neurolinguistic Programming and hypnotic responding: an empirical evaluation.id:137
371991"Do the eyes have it?": A test of neurolinguistic programming's eye movement hypothesis.id:7
381996Das Augenbewegungsmodell des NLP. Physiologische und kognitive Grundlagen.id:394
392003Eye-movements and ongoing task processing.id:204
402004Teaching learners to use mirroring: rapport lessons from neurolinguistic programming.id:210
412012The Direction of Deception: Neuro-Linguistic Programming as a Lie Detection Tool.id:381
422012The Eyes Don't Have It: Lie Detection and Neuro-Linguistic Programming.id:393

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