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Neuro-linguistic programming : A review of NLP research and the application of NLP in coaching

@inproceedings{Passmore2019NeurolinguisticP,
  title={Neuro-linguistic programming : A review of NLP research and the application of NLP in coaching},
  author={J. Laurence Passmore and Tatiana Schifferle Rowson},
  year={2019}
}
The huge popularity of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) over the past three decades has in some ways mirrored the growth in coaching psychology. This paper is part of a series of four papers in a special issue within ICPR that aims to explore NLP coaching from diverse perspectives, offering personal insights or reviews of evidence. As part of this process a pair of authors were invited to advance the case for and the case against NLP. This paper aims to adopt a critical stance; reviewing the… Expand

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