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Ehrmantraut, J. E., Jr. (1983) A comparison of the therapeutic relationships of counseling students trained in Neurolinguistic Programming vs. students trained on the Carkhuff Model. Doctoral Dissertation, University of Northern Colorado, 1983). Dissertation Abstracts International, 44(10), 3191-B. Retrieved from www.nlp.de.

Einspruch, Eric L.; Forman, Bruce D.: Neurolinguistic Programming in the treatment of phobias. Psychotherapy in private practice, 6(1), p. 91-100, 1988.

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Farmer, Stephen S.: Supervisory conferences in communicative disorders: verbal and nonverbal interpersonal communication pacing. Dissertation Abstracts International 44(9), 2715-B 2716-B University of Colorado (Boulder), 195 pp. Order = DA8400891, 1983.

Ferguson, David M.: The effect of two audiotaped Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) phobia treatments on public speaking anxiety. Dissertation Abstracts International 49(4), 765 University of Tennessee, 95 pp. Order = DA8810355, 1987.

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Frank, M. J. (2005). “Dynamic Dopamine Modulation in the Basal Ganglia: A Neurocomputational Account of Cognitive Deficits in Medicated and Nonmedicated Parkinsonism.” Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 17(1): 51-72.

Fremder, Linda A.: Generalization of visual dot pattern strategies to number pattern strategies by learning disabled students. Dissertation Abstracts International 47(11), 4055-A Columbia University Teachers College, 116 pp. Order = DA8704296, 1986.

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Graunke, Bruce R.: An evaluation of Neurolinguistic Programming: the impact of varied imaging tasks upon sensory predicates. Dissertation Abstracts International 46(6) University of Houston, 1984, 226 pp. Pub. = AAC8420009.

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Hagstrom, G. C.: A microanalysis of direct confrontation psychotherapy with schizophrenics: using Neurolinguistic Programming and Delsarte’s system of expression. Dissertation Abstracts International 42(10) 4192-B California School of Professional Psychology, 1981, 187 pp. Order =DA8207545.

Hale, Richard L.: The effects of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) on public speaking anxiety and incompetence. Dissertation Abstracts International 47(5), pp 2167 Drake University, 93 pp. Order =DA8617682, 1986.

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