Helm D J: Neurolinguistic Programming: equality as to distribution of learning modalities.
Journal of Instructional Psychology 17(3): 159-160, 1990.
Abstract: This study substantiates the premise that a racial and sexual equality exists in the arena of Neurolinguistic Programming when visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learning modalities are examined. It is imperative that the educators of the 1990's go forward with no bias in the pragmatic or the theoretical. This study assists in eliminating barriers and negative agendas. On file at Creative Growth Unlimited, 510 W. Union Street, Newark, NY 14513.