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11977An investigation of eye movements and representational
21977Recall as effected by the interaction of presentation representational system and primary representational
31979Trust as effected by representational system
41980The testing of a model for the representation of
51980Empathy revisited: the effects of representational system matching on certain counseling process and outcome
61980A determination of the extent to which a predominant representational system can be identified through written and verbal communication and eye scanning
71980Representational systems: an investigation of sensory predicate use in a self-disclosure
81980An analysis of the relationship between leisure interests and representational systems among college freshman students with implications for leisure
91980Primary representational systems as a basis for improved comprehension and
101981Neurolinguistic Programming: testing some basic
111981A study of eye movement patterns in the Neurolinguistic Programming
121981The effect of verbal pacing on self-disclosure and trust of
131981Rapport in the therapeutic relationship and its relationship to
141981The effect of matching primary representational system predicates on hypnotic
151982Effect of counselor predicate matching on perceived social influence and client
161982Neurolinguistic Programming: method or myth?id:74
171982Systematic Human Relations Training with Neurolinguistic
181983Differential effects of interventions from the Neurolinguistic Programming meta-model and general systems in early
191983Representational system congruence (predicate matching) as a dimension of interpersonal
201983What is NLP (neurolinguistic programming)?id:201
211983Matching therapists' predicates: an in vivo test of
221983Representational systems and eye movements in an
231983Supervisory conferences in communicative disorders: verbal and nonverbal interpersonal communication
241983The use of sensory predicates to predict responses to sensory
251983The effects of meta-model questioning and empathetic responding on concreteness in client statements and client ratings of anxiety and counselor attractiveness, expertness, and
261984Neurolinguistic Programming examined: imagery, sensory mode, and
271984An investigation of language representational system utilization by personality
281985Representational systems: an empirical approach to Neurolinguistic
291985Neuro-linguistic programming: Enhancing teacher-student
301985An empirical evaluation of the neurolinguistic programming
311985Mental imagery as revealed by eye movements and spoken predicates: a test of Neurolinguistic
321985NLP treatment for anxiety: magic or myth?id:101
331985Double hypnotic induction: an initial empirical
341985Neurolinguistic programming: a test of the eye movement
351985Predicate identification and predicate matching: determining if it makes a
361986A covert imagery intervention into test anxiety based on a chained-anchor model, Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP).id:32
371986Neurolinguistic programming as a persuasive communication
381986The effects of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) on public speaking anxiety and
391986The effectiveness of Neurolinguistic Programming in a small group
401986Neurolinguistic Programming's primary representational system: does it exist?id:135
411986An investigation into the relevance of using Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) as an aid in individualizing college reading
421987Eye movement as an indicator of sensory components in
431987Counselor training and supervision: Neurolinguistic Programming as a factor in skills
441987Image formation as related to visual fixation
451987The effects of the Neurolinguistic Programming model of reframing as therapy for
461989A further empirical evaluation of neurolinguistic primary representational systems (PRS).id:94
471989Neurolinguistic Programming: an experimental test of the effectiveness of "leading" in hypnotic
481989Neurolinguistic Programming and hypnotic responding: an empirical
492011Effectiveness of A Program in Neuro Linguistic Programming to Reduce a Future Anxiety among the Students of Al- Aqsa University, Affiliated with the Palestinian Organizations at Gaza
502013How Did an Antismoking Campaign With a Neuro Linguistic Program Work Out? A Case Study of Secondary School Students' Experiences in One Finnish

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