A controversial approach to psychotherapy that was popular in the 1970s, but has been largely debunked by science since.

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Are there scientific alternatives to Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)?

According to these answers 1, 2 and to wikipedia, NLP seems to be a pseudoscience, which has shown no real effectiveness, and so on. Are there scientific proved alternatives to NLP?
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Is Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) a science or pseudoscience?

Are there some branches of NLP which are considered scientific? Bandler and Grinder also claim that NLP can treat problems such as phobias, depression, habit disorder, psychosomatic illnesses, ...
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Is there any empirical support evaluating the fast phobia cure?

There have been several papers going against the effectiveness of NLP. One aggregate paper is referenced in the Wikipedia article on NLP, namely Witkowski (2010). However, NLP seems to encompass a ...
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Is neurolinguistic programming effective in influencing sales processes?

In my country neurolinguistic programming (NLP) has become very popular in sales departments. Therefore, I wonder if there are any experiments which examine the contribution of NLP to the sales ...
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Can learning styles be changed?

Fleming's model of learning suggests 3 types of learners : Visual: Learns by visually taking screenshots of data or by remembering pictures/scenes etc. Auditory: Learns by hearing; can be by hearing ...
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How effective is the NLP Reverse Movie Technique in dealing with traumatic experiences?

The Reverse Movie Technique (also konwn as The NLP Fast Phobia/Trauma Cure) is named as such because it involves playing a traumatic event backwards through your head. Is the technique effective at ...
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Has the neuro-linguistic programming visual model been scientifically tested?

According to the NLP visual model, fast flickers of the eyes in left/right and the 4 diagonal directions map to simple cues related to how a person is thinking. Thease are "visual constructed", ...