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The 5 Keys to NLP Anchoring

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The roots of Anchoring go all the way back to the 1900s.

Edwin B. Twitmyer, a psychology professor, was investigating the “knee jerk reaction” at the time.

During the experiment, he would hit the patient with a small rubber hammer on the knee.

As you would expect, the knee would react.




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