Current Research in NLP - Volume 3

This volume comprises seven papers, some of which were presented at the Third International NLP Research Conference held at the University of Hertfordshire in 2012.

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Current Research in NLP - Volume 3

This volume comprises seven papers from diverse fields of application, including business, education, healthcare and psychotherapy, some of which were presented at the Third International NLP Research Conference held at the University of Hertfordshire in July 2012.

Contents

Training teachers in content-free NLP influencing strategies (modelled from hypnosis and family therapy) improves maths attainment for adult numeracy learners

Fiona Allan, Jo Bourne, Richard Churches, Joanna Dennison, Joy Evans, Janette Fowler, Antonia Jeffers, Erin Prior and Lisa Rhodes

Exploring the perceptions of efficacy of an NLP related intervention: a linguistic analysis of the ‘Dilemma Integration Technique’

Joe Cheal

Two findings from neuroscience that may expand and explain NLP techniques: reconsolidation and fast consolidation mechanisms

Dr Richard M. Gray

The impact of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) training in clinical health care practice: a case study

Dr Suzanne Henwood

What counts as evidence when researching neurolinguistic programming (NLP)?

Dr Voldis Kudliskis

Benchmarking coaches’ skills: experiences of benchmarkers and of trainees being benchmarked

Dr Susie Linder-Pelz

It’s My Life: a case study exploring the role of the therapy relationship

Lisa Wake

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