NLP for testers
This is the supporting web page for the talk, and paper, entitled "NLP for testers - a brief introduction".
There are some supporting reference material mentioned on this page which are not contained in the paper, either because of their topicality or their web specific nature.
NLP Meta Model For Testers
The Meta Model paper put out for comments to both the testing and NLP communities. I am more than happy to receive your comments[.pdf]
NLP A Brief Overview For Testers
A draft version of information that had to be edited out of the Meta Model paper and will form the basis for a more general introduction to NLP.[.pdf]
A Draft of a quick worked example of presupposition and NLP based testing
NLP States A Brief Overview For Testers
A draft version of a paper on states which formed the basis of part of the 90 minute tutorial on NLP for testers given at the BCS Sigist 07/12/2004. [.pdf]
The Presentation Slides
Recommended NLP websites
www.paulmckenna.com is the main site for Paul Mckenna training in the UK, which is one of the few training companies in the UK that have Richard Bandler training with them. Plenty of links, this is a good starting point for learning NLP.
NLP University The best online reference to NLP available.
Jamie Smart's Newsletter Jamie is an excellent NLP trainer in the UK who has a free email newsletter with tips on practicing NLP, and some cool NLP learning products too.
nlpschedule.com is a pragmatic introduction to NLP with useful links and articles by Stever Robbins.
Recommended Related Websites
Nick Boyd has a lot of interesting papers on his web site about language in Software Development.
online version of Science and Sanity by Alfred Korzybski [www.esgs.org/uk/art/sands.htm]
The annotated recommended reading list is currently in draft and only available in pdf format at the moment.
Bits And Pieces
Things that were ruthlessly edited out of the papers. [Transcripts pdf]
Just the facts, the reference pages extracted for easy printing and viewing.
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