A review, both verbal and non-verbal, of the last portion of a discussion, presentation or set of instructions.
Any human activity, this includes internal thought processes, such as visual, auditory or kinaesthetic processing and involuntary as well as involuntary movement such as blinking or heart beat.
A school of psychology which deletes internal cognitive processes from its descriptions of psychology. An example of Western society's predilection for first attention.
Systems and models of psychology orientated to changing and extending human behaviour.
Subjective ideas about what is true and not true for ourselves and the world, developed through exposure to experience, and modified by perceptual filters of distortion, generalisation and deletion. A configuaration of submodalities that lets a person who holds content in those submodalities know that content is true for them.