NLP stands for neuro-linguistic programming, while VAKOG stands for the sensory-specific modalities that can be used in NLP: visual (images), auditory (sounds), kinesthetic (touch and internal-feelings), olfactory (smells) and gustatory (tastes) (Representational systems (NLP), 2012; Saman & Akar, 2006). According to NLP, the VAKOG senses above have a role in cognitive processing and interpretation – setting up representational systems to process incoming information.
Representational systems (NLP). (2012). Retrieved 20th February, 2012, from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Representational_systems_(NLP)
Saman, S.T.; Akar, N. (2006). Effective ways of teaching and learning English through NLP techniques. Retrieved 20th February, 2012, from: http://www.nlpforum.info/tez/sevintsaman.pdf