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Mood Congruency Recall and It’s Effect on Communication

Posted by: admin, In Category: Cognitive Psychology, Communication Strategy, Effective Communication, Neurology / Neurolinguistics, Nonverbal / Body Language, Persuasion, Psychological Platform, Social Psychology

The Effect of Mood Valence on Memory Recall and Communication. Have you ever noticed that when you are depressed that pretty much everything seems depressing? You may look at a couple happily walking down the street and all you are … Continue reading

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David J. Parnell’s Crash Course On Linguistic Presuppositions | Part 3 of 3 | Usage Of Presuppositions In Everyday Language

Posted by: admin, In Category: Cognitive Psychology, Communication Strategy, Effective Communication, Evolutionary Psychology, Hypnotic Language, Neurology / Neurolinguistics, NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming), Persuasion, Pragmatics

Today we are going to finish our Crash Course on Linguistic Presuppositions. To this point we have covered what Presuppositions are, where they come from and the different areas in which they are categorized. In this last post we are … Continue reading

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David J. Parnell’s Crash Course On Linguistic Presuppositions | Part 2 of 3 | Presuppositional Categories

Posted by: admin, In Category: Communication Strategy, Effective Communication, Hypnotic Language, NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming), Persuasion, Pragmatics

Yesterday we broke into presuppositions by defining the phrase and talking a bit about what they are. Today we are going to create a sharper focus and talk about the categories that presupposition can be broken up into. While we … Continue reading

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David J. Parnell’s Professional Series on Sensory Acuity | Part 1 of 3 | Attentional Processes

Posted by: admin, In Category: Cognitive Psychology, Communication Strategy, Effective Communication, NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming), Nonverbal / Body Language, Psychological Platform

Literally, the most difficult challenge in communication is in ACCURATELY representing and EXPLAINING the concept or feeling that you are currently experiencing. Without extensive analysis and research, the average person is completely unaware of how INACCURATELY they are communicating their … Continue reading

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