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the branch of information science that deals with natural language information

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NLP stands for neurolinguistic programming, which was developed in the 1970s by Richard Bandler and John Grinder, a linguist.
George Doris, "Korzybski and Neurolinguistic Programming," General Semantics Bulletin Number 50 (1983): 142.
The video disk shows sessions, and is for therapists; the audio disk contains relaxation tracks for younger and older children based on neurolinguistic programming.
He has also studied Neurolinguistic Programming in the UK.
With Blue Orchid's support, last September, Lacey set up Choose to Lose, which is a service to help people lose weight through neurolinguistic programming and emotional freedom technique.
The answer, for me, was neurolinguistic programming - a therapy which treats the brain as a computer that can be re-programmed to make it do what you want it to.
The objectives for e-learning sessions were specific to the content material: identify functions of the trainer, knowledge and use of didactical resources, knowledge and skills in assertivity training, motivation, communication, knowledge of neurolinguistic programming (NLP).
Introduction to neurolinguistic programming for business
Reframing and forming new impressions can create a new version of habitual patterns such as are promoted in neurolinguistic programming, cognitive restructuring, and Adlerian techniques of turning a perceived negative into a positive [59].
The founders of NeuroLinguistic Programming (NLP), Richard Bandler and John Grinder, argued in a series of books beginning with The Structure of Magic 1 and 2 that people display preferences for certain ranges of metaphor in their everyday speech, some opting for the visual ("I see", "from my perspective"), some for the auditory ("that rings a bell", "that comes over loud and clear") and some for the kinesthetic ("I feel", "my gut feeling is").
Reframing: Neurolinguistic programming and the transformation of meaning, Moab, UT: Real People Press.
They explain the "cognitive interview" memory-facilitation technique, neurolinguistic programming, kinesic mirroring, language matching, and paralanguage matching.
Bruckner examines this via neurolinguistic programming interventions.