Dooley K, Farmer A: Comparison for aphasic and control subjects of eye movements hypothesized in Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP).
Perceptual and Motor Skills 67(1): 233-234, 1988.
Abstract: This article measured Neurolinguistic Programming's hypothesized eye movements using videotapes of 10 nonfluent aphasic Ss (mean age 56.6 yrs) and 10 matched controls (mean age 57 yrs.). Analysis indicated that eye- position responses were significantly different for the groups. Aphasic Ss used eye positions designated as kinesthetic and defocused; controls used eye positions designated as visual and auditory.