Description - Definitive Book of Handwriting Analysis by Marc Seifer
The ability to write by hand is a pinnacle of human achievement. As a form of self-expression, handwriting reflects a person's thoughts about the self and reveals aspects of a person's personality. Written in a step-by-step fashion, The DEFINITIVE BOOK OF HANDWRITING ANALYSIS begins with the history of the field and then teaches you how to analyse any handwriting, starting with objective criteria, including variables such as organisation, speed, size, shape, slant and symbolic features. Then, you learn how to combine these variables to create a full personality profile. There are more than 100 handwriting samples, including those from Paul Newman, Bill Clinton, Marlon Brando, Donald Trump, Sigmund Freud, Thomas Edison, Osama bin Laden, Bruce Springsteen, Benito Mussolini, Napoleon Bonaparte, Michael Jackson, Robert Redford, Barak Obama and Charles Darwin. Part II discusses how handwriting is organised by the brain and includes many examples of the link between handwriting and various illnesses and brain disorders, from dyslexia and epilepsy to stroke and coma.
It ends with a discussion of the link between different personality types, their brain organisation and their handwriting. Part III is an in-depth look at the field of questioned documents, including such topics as free-hand forgeries, tracing, disguised handwriting and anonymous notes. It features an in-depth discussion of how forgeries are created and how they are detected.
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Format: Paperback / softback
(230mm x 153mm x 23mm)
Publisher: Career Press
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