Acuity - Volume 4

Acuity is designed to sit between Rapport magazine and the Current Research in NLP journal. Volume 4 was published in October 2013.

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Acuity - Volume 4

Acuity is designed to sit between Rapport magazine and the Current Research in NLP journal. The aim of Acuity is to provide an opportunity for authors and innovators to advance the field of NLP in sharing their findings, learnings and developments: new models, techniques, applications, refinements and new perspectives to old themes.

At the core of NLP sits modelling. Acuity was originally modelled on a journal, ‘NLP World’ that ran from 1994 to 2001. Now, every article submitted to us helps us to build on that model and to further understand (and refine) the purpose and identity of Acuity. Indeed, to help authors write for Acuity we have recently updated the guidelines (which are, in effect, the published details of the Acuity model).

Journal Contents

Article

 

Author

Macabre Metaphors

 

James Lawley & Keith Fail

Science and the Presuppositions: Scientific support for the foundations of NLP

 

Richard Gray

Words Really Do Matter

 

L. Michael Hall (with C. E. “Buzz” Johnson)

 

Embodied Modelling and a Development of the Satir Categories

 

Joe Cheal

Pointing to a New Modelling Perspective

 

James Lawley

Made to Measure – Using Outcome Evaluation in NLP Practice

 

Gareth Evans

Levels and Loops of The Learning Organisation

 

Joe Cheal

Distinguishing The Psychologies

Between Psychotherapy And Coaching

L. Michael Hall

First Person Life History Account of Using NLP for Pain Management and Physical Recovery Post Traumatic Accident

 

Lisa Wake

An investigation of the effects of using Clean Language to support employees through organisational change

 

Fe Foreman

 

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