NLP Research

For NLP to have the same credibility as other, more widely recognised 'alternative psychology methods', research plays a fundamental part.

There is research happening in the field of NLP and ANLP is proud to partner with a University every 2 years to host the International NLP Research Conference.

ANLP also publish the only peer reviewed Research Journal in NLP - the first issue of Current Research in NLP was published in 2009, and the second issue is due out later this year (2011).

If you would like to be kept informed about the NLP Research developments including the International NLP Research Conference and Journal, then sign up here to receive further information.

Internationally renowned speaker, Charles Faulkner, writes:

The Revolution Started Without Me, and I'm Glad

"Ah to be at the beginning of something. The newness, the excitement, the feeling that anything is possible. This is a feeling that often occurs in those coming to NLP. It's so amazing ... if only they had found it sooner.

This misses the incredible opportunities right now. The field of NLP is ripe for a great revision - where the initial leap of insights becomes a fully fleshed out field. When old and outdated explanations are cast off, and new, more inclusive and complete understandings are embraced. When whole new types of techniques and areas of applications are being discovered.

The NLP Research Conference and affiliated activities are dedicated to to making the insights of a few the resources of the many. Aligning with like minded others, embracing the challenges of our time, we seek to make our world anew. There is much to do. Join us."

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Latest NLP Book Review

The Loss Box

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By Carol Haycock

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NLP Research Monthly Pick

Evaluation of clients' experience of NLPt using the CORE model
Authors: Weaver, Martin
Date Published: 2009

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