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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Re:Applications: eye accessing cues
Posted by: Kevin Hogan
Date/Time: 02/12/2003 03:47:07

A quick note for future readers.
In my book, The Psychology of Persuasion I posted the eye accessing cue chart. That was 1996. I took a lot of grief from the academic community and set up a series of three studies (University of Wisconsin, Seattle and Minnesota). I was attempting to provide evidence that other research projects that had been done were flawed as I saw them.
As our projects went on, we collected data from hundreds of different questions, different in each school, which we published only one.
The statistical analysis only showed that looking forward tended to access visual memory. That was it.
To this day my publisher will not pull the chart. Apparantly it helps make sales in the NLP community.
I wanted to stop by and share this. And, I strongly recommend not arguing the point but doing your own research with your own questions and independent observers who know nothing about NLP (and videotape for those who do).
It is a great deal of work. A lot of statistical analysis and ultimately very revealing.

Kevin Hogan

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Applications: eye accessing cues06/11/2002 11:00:48Brian
     Re:Applications: eye accessing cues06/11/2002 13:13:09Tone
          Re:Re:Applications: eye accessing cues06/11/2002 23:03:12Lars Ejstrup Gredal
     Re:Applications: eye accessing cues06/11/2002 23:53:36Michael Carroll
          Re:Re:Applications: eye accessing cues07/11/2002 04:37:33Guilherme
               Re:Applications: eye accessing cues07/11/2002 12:15:45Ian Newton
                    Re:Re:Applications: eye accessing cues07/11/2002 15:10:15Jim R
                         Re:Re:Re:Applications: eye accessing cues04/12/2003 11:47:56Pete West
               Re:Re:Re:Applications: eye accessing cues07/11/2002 13:04:50Web Master
               Re:Re:Re:Applications: eye accessing cues07/11/2002 13:04:53Web Master
               Re:Re:Re:Applications: eye accessing cues03/02/2003 11:23:29Andy Bradbury
          Re:Re:Applications: eye accessing cues13/11/2002 22:24:17Brian Johnson
     Re:Applications: eye accessing cues07/11/2002 17:53:00John Grinder
          ReReReReRe:Applications: I's re-accessing cues08/11/2002 02:13:32TinaBrown
          Re:Re:Applications: eye accessing cues29/01/2003 09:37:58Andy Bradbury
               Re:Re:Re:Applications: eye accessing cues13/10/2003 17:28:50Garry Platt
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Applications: eye accessing cues02/12/2003 03:47:07Kevin Hogan
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Applications: eye accessing cues02/12/2003 23:13:41Michael Carroll
                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Applications: eye accessing cues15/12/2003 21:28:07vince
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Applications: eye accessing cues15/12/2003 16:41:34Andrew Bradbury
                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Applications: eye accessing cues15/12/2003 18:17:52Ryan Nagy
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Applications: eye accessing cues16/12/2003 01:11:07nj
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Applications: eye accessing cues16/12/2003 16:04:00Diogenese
     Re:Applications: eye accessing cues16/12/2003 16:53:40Diogenese

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