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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", ...
Jan 30 '12 at 1:13
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