Current Research in NLP - Volume 1

Current Research in NLP contains proceedings from the First International NLP Research Conference held at the University of Surrey, UK, on 5th July 2008.

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Current Research in NLP - Volume 1

The inaugural issue of the peer reviewed journal, Current Research in NLP, contains proceedings from the First International NLP Research Conference held at the University of Surrey, UK, on 5th July 2008. The conference was organised by the University of Surrey in partnership with the Association for NLP (ANLP International CIC).

The nine papers in this issue contribute to the widely acknowledged need for a research minded approach to NLP. The papers illustrate the welcome diversity of NLP usage and include papers by both academic and practitioner researchers, across sectors including education, health, business and psychotherapy. They report variously on NLP Practice; conceptual issues, and applications of NLP as research methods.

Contents

BUSINESS

A critical review of past research into the neuro-linguistic programming eye-accessing cues model

Georgios DiamantopoulosSandra I. WoolleyMichael Spann

The experience of regular exercise participation for women moving into their middle years: its nature, meaning and its benefits

Margaret WaltonIain AdamsMac McCarthy

Exploring the role of NLP in the management of organisational paradox

Joe Cheal

PSYCHOTHERAPY

A study of the relationship between the core belief structures of neurolinguistic psychotherapy and object relations theory

Lisa Wake

An exploration of a research-based approach to the evaluation of clients’ experience of neuro-linguistic psychotherapy within a private practice making use of the CORE model

Martin Weaver

The Brooklyn program: applying NLP to addictions

Richard M. Gray

EDUCATION

Applying Dilts’ ‘Disney creativity strategy’ within the Higher Education arts, design and media learning environment

Sharon Beeden

Can neuro-linguistic programming work with young children who display varying social, emotional and behavioural difficulties?

Lisa Squirell

Leading learning through relationships: the implications of neuro-linguistic programming for personalisation and the Children’s Agenda in England

Richard Churches and John West-Burnham

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