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The branch of medical science concerned with the neurogenic basis of speech and its disorders.
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neurolinguistic programming

Alternative psychology
A behaviour modification technique developed in 1975 by Richard Bandler and John Grinder, which is based on a reciprocal relationship said to exist between a person’s behaviour and the external manifestations of his or her personality, including vocal tone, posture, eye movements and physiology.
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Clinical science centered on human brain mechanisms underlying the comprehension, production, and abstract knowledge of language.
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Along with different OrthoR, the spatial pattern between scripts affects cortical activation on neurolinguistic fMRI and Korean script system provides an excellent opportunity to identify the effect of VSF given that the pair of Korean Hangul and Hanja has a unique property of very similar spatial pattern.
The claims about the architecture of the grammar proposed so far are supported by neurolinguistic evidence.
In order to study the specificity of development of word structure, we carried out a linguistic comparative analysis of combination of consonants in Russian and Tatar languages [1; 2; 3; 6], which showed that the acquirement of Russian consonants for Tatar-bilinguals of the preschool age causes great difficulties, conditioned by neurolinguistic nature, as the linguistic behavior, in particular, speech production, is executed from center to periphery.
Part 4 looks at areas for continuing professional development, such as transpersonal coaching and neurolinguistic programming.
Psychosocial treatment incorporates the 12-Step, disease model approach but is broadened by the addition of trauma care and other evidence-based treatments such as motivational enhancement therapy (MET), cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), hypnotherapy, neurolinguistic programming (NLP) and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR).
Then she studied neurolinguistic programming, social dynamics and conversational hypnosis - changing people's behaviour subconsciously, and soon realised she could change both her life and other women's lives.