NLP test 6

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What are the three main factors that have the biggest impact on how students interpret the information supplied to them?

Please select 3 correct answers

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Correct answer:
Deletion
Distortion
Generalization

What precisely is neurolinguistic programming?

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Explanation:
In order to accomplish a personal objective, neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), a psychological strategy, entails studying the techniques employed by successful people. It links ideas, words, and behavioural patterns acquired via experience to certain results. NLP proponents believe that all human behavior is constructive

NLP originated at

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Explanation:
As part of a project for Robert Spitzer, Richard Bandler, a student at the University of California, Santa Cruz, listened to and picked out segments of taped therapy sessions of the late Gestalt therapist Fritz Perls.

The RIGHT brain is in charge of

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Explanation:
The right side of the brain is in charge of artistic endeavors and emotionally engaging with others.

The word "neuro" means

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Explanation:
The neurological system or nerves are implied by the root term "neuro." A neurotic is someone who is experiencing a mental breakdown or neurosis. The root word neuro is where the word neuro comes from.

NLP is the study of excellence and how to imitate it, according to who?

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Correct answer:
Tad James

Which mind is primarily responsible for the events in our lives?

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Explanation:
The capacity of the subconscious's memory bank is infinite. Every encounter you've ever had is recorded there.

Who claimed that NLP is a methodology and mindset that leaves a trail of techniques?

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Correct answer:
Richard Bandler

A person wants to alter their unfavorable attitude. Which design is appropriate?

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Explanation:
A technique called the Swish Pattern is used in Neuro Linguistic Programming Therapy (also known as NLP), and it essentially entails internal visualization (effectively, imagining something while closing your eyes), in which you identify a habit you'd like to change and pinpoint the crucial moment when the bad behavior gets set in motion.

Describe 3As.

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Correct answer:
Access, Amplify, Anchor

List of the NLP pillars. Which is accurate?

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Correct answer:
Rapport, sensory awareness, outcome thinking and flexibility

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