neurolinguistic


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neurolinguistic

(ˌnjʊərəʊˌlɪŋˈɡwɪstɪk)
adj
(Linguistics) pertaining to neurolinguistics
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Martin Weaver, a neurolinguistic psychotherapist, worked with those caught up in the events of July 7, 2005.
I help clients identify triggers that cause stress and offer support and coaching to reframe their mindset through neurolinguistic programming.
Neurolinguistic programming and self-hypnosis suggested that we could change ourselves.
Detailed quantitative and qualitative analysis of achievements on the applied neurolinguistic tests (BDAE, BNT) and clinical examination (ARNC) determined techniques for neurorehabilitation of the reading disorder.
(2014) established the relationship of anomia with neural activation in the context of a series of interventions to improve such neurolinguistic condition.
"Linguistic, Psycholinguistic, and Neurolinguistic Aspects of" Interference" in Bilingual Speakers: The Activation Threshold Hypothesis".
The linguistic activity involves the nervous system, central and peripheral, also the incumbent neural network--which is why neurolinguistics (inside neuropsychology) took it as its objective to study the relations between language and brain structures, going on the assumption that language (speech included) is based in the left hemisphere--the neurolinguistic approach to the language (much like cognitive linguistics) taking over the 19th century interest in aphasia, in anatomic and clinical terms.
Apart from getting a doctorate degree in Theology at the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium, Riemslagh was a counselor, a certified life coach and has taken courses in neurolinguistic programming, Brain Gym and psychodrama or role-playing in psychotherapy.
The trial tested LP - a three-day intensive course which combines osteopathy, life coaching and neurolinguistic programming - alongside specialist medical care.