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Posts Tagged ‘Richard Bandler’

'The Eyes Don't Have It' – NLP scientifically disproved?

A not-very-scientific attempt to scientifically discredit NLP According to research published on 11 July 2012 by three teams of scientists (Universities of Hertfordshire, Edinburgh, and British Columbia) NLP ‘proponents’ are being irresponsible in teaching people about eye movements.* Their paper is called  ‘The Eyes Don’t Have It: Lie Detection and Neuro-Linguistic Programming’ and they have concluded:…

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The unjust pair: Just & Only

Open Loops Like many of the things he said back in the 80’s, Richard Bandler’s observation that people often use ‘just’ as a way of being unjust initially puzzled me. And, of course and as intended, it opened up a loop which my brain continued to puzzle at until I got my answer – weeks,…

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NLP – that scary P-word…

NLP is great, wonderful, amazing etc etc It goes like this; you’ve been interested in and using NLP for a while and have found that it has made a difference in your life. You’ve used it to solve some problems and to make a few valuable breakthroughs in how you think, feel and communicate. And…

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The NLP Lie-Detector Myth (yet again…)

Good NLP myths don’t die Yep, it’s back yet again – the NLP Lie-Detector myth or lie.  I’ve just come across a Google Alerts’ reference to this NLP lie-detector article from Alabama’s North Jefferson News. What myth?? You know, it’s the one which says that you can tell if a person is lying by whether…

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