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Neuro-Linguistic Programming
Research Data Base [ keyword: "rapport" ]
 
11979Matched versus unmatched primary representational systems relationship to perceived trustworthiness in a counseling analogue.id:52
21979The use of language representational systems by high and low marital adjustment couples.id:173
31980Language as a therapeutic tool: the effects on the relationship of listeners responding to speakers by using perceptual predicates.id:77
41980Representational systems and client perception of the counseling relationship.id:126
51980The effects of training in matching techniques on the development of rapport between client and counselor during initial counseling interviews.id:132
61980An investigation of the effects of verbal pacing on initial therapeutic rapport.id:152
71981Speaking the client's language: the effects of Neurolinguistic Programming (predicate matching) on verbal and nonverbal behaviors in psychotherapy. A single case design.id:60
81981The effect of verbal pacing on self-disclosure and trust of interviewer.id:120
91981Rapport in the therapeutic relationship and its relationship to pacing.id:122
101981The impact of sensory modality matching on the establishment of rapport in psychotherapy.id:144
111981The effect of matching primary representational system predicates on hypnotic relaxation.id:177
121982Effect of counselor predicate matching on perceived social influence and client satisfaction.id:40
131982Effects of a rapport method & chemical dependency workshop for adults employed in Kansas service agencies.id:85
141982The effects of primary representational system congruence on relaxation in a Neurolinguistic Programming model.id:99
151982The relationship between subjects' predominant sensory predicate use, their preferred representational system and self-reported attitudes towards similar versus different therapist-patient dyads.id:123
161983The stability and impact of the primary representational system in Neurolinguistic Programming: a critical examination.id:29
171983Representational systems and eye movements in an interview.id:49
181983Supervisory conferences in communicative disorders: verbal and nonverbal interpersonal communication pacing.id:54
191983Building rapport through neurolinguistic programming.id:238
201983The effects of representational system predicates on relaxation.id:112
211983The effects of assessing and utilizing preferred sensory modality: an experiment with relaxation training.id:155
221983The language of empathy.id:156
231983The use of sensory predicates to predict responses to sensory suggestions.id:159
241984Building rapport; through neurolinguistic programming.id:239
251984Representational system predicate use and convergence in counseling: Gloria revisited.id:115
261984The effects of mirroring vs. non-mirroring of clients' nonverbal behavior on empathy, trustworthiness, and positive interaction in cross-cultural counseling dyads.id:138
271984The relationship among primary representational systems, and counselor empathy, trustworthiness, attractiveness, expertness and subject preference.id:145
281985Representational systems: an empirical approach to Neurolinguistic Programming.id:27
291985Students' perceptions of Neurolinguistic Programming strategies (counseling, communication, clients, therapy).id:34
301985Verbal synchrony and the maintenance of rapport between collegiate instructors and their students (NLP Teaching).id:64
311985Predicate identification and predicate matching: determining if it makes a difference.id:130
321986Neurolinguistic programming in the context of group counseling.id:208
331989Neuro-linguistic programme as practised by an educational psychologist.id:191
341989Computer analysis of sensory predicate use in written and oral communication.id:43
351989A definitional and structural investigation of matching perceptual predicates, mismatching perceptual predicates, and Milton-model matching.id:86
361989Neurolinguistic Programming: an experimental test of the effectiveness of "leading" in hypnotic inductions.id:93
371989Neurolinguistic Programming and hypnotic responding: an empirical evaluation.id:137
381990Neuro-linguistic programming and the family in alcoholism treatment.id:216
391991Tools for the trade: Neuro-linguistic programming and the art of communication.id:232
401993Cross-cultural counseling and neurolinguistic mirroring with native American adolescents.id:139
411997The great aha! a path to transformation.id:250
422003The chameleon effect as social glue: Evidence for the evolutionary significance of nonconscious mimicry.id:241
432004What makes a good educator? The relevance of meta programmes.id:197

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