Neurolinguistic programming (NLP)


Neurolinguistic programming (NLP) is a model of beliefs and techniques that offer a way to use the mind and body to achieve excellence in learning, counseling, relationships, sports and other experiences of life.
John Grinder and Richard Bandler developed neurolinguistic programming in the 1970s. It began as an exploration of the relationship between neurology, linguistics, and observable patterns ("programs") of behavior.

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Behavior, eye accessing cues, linguistics, meta-model, metaprogram, NLP, neuro-linguistic programming, neurology, presuppositions, representational systems, sensory acuity, submodalities.