Poffel S A, Cross H J: Neurolinguistic programming: a test of the eye movement hypothesis.
Perceptual and Motor skills 61(3Pt2): 1262, 1985.
Abstract: 22 undergraduates responded to a questionaire of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic questions, during which their eye movements were rated. Auditory responses occurred as frequently as visual responses. It is suggested that these and other reports do not support the eye-movement hypothesis of neurolinguistic programming posited by R. Bandler and J. Grinder (1975, 1979). (5 ref)