SENSORY SUBMODALITIES AND METALANGUAGE – NEURO-LINGUISTIC PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES AS PART OF MENTAL TRAINING
This study is part of a larger work, which involves increasing sporting performance by applying mental training techniques, special techniques of neuro-linguistic programming. We have studied the relationship between sensory submodalities, in accordance with the Bandler & Thomson, test (2012). Two records were made by using two tests, on master students of the “Babes-Bolyai” University, from the FEFS. We calculated elements of descriptive statistics and the data were presented using indicators of centrality, location and distribution. Statistical analysis of non-parametric Wilcoxon test was used for sample pairs. To pinpoint the correlation between the two variables, we used the Spearman rank correlation coefficient (ρ). Statistical analysis was performed using the correlation coefficients Colton’s rule. No statistically significant differences were found (p> 0.05) in the statistical analysis because the short timeframe, but there are many good and very good correlations at both tests, between the values of the items studied.