Handwriting analysis self-taught

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Elsevier/Nelson Books, Oct 14, 1980 - Self-Help - 215 pages
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Identifies the various characteristics of people's handwriting that can reveal character and personality and explains, with illustrations, the professional analyst's methods of analyzing a subject's handwriting

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I have read/studied a few handwriting analysis books but like this one best. The author was/is a teacher and discovered that students from around the world were hard to place, academically, because of their very different backgrounds. He found that by observing the students' handwriting, he could tell more about his students than giving them all kinds of skills tests. The book was clear, concise, and easy to digest. I enjoyed it and learned a lot - about others and myself. 

Contents

What Is Graphology?
1
The Slant
4
TTie Zones
9
Copyright

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About the author (1980)

Joel Engel is an author & journalist who co-authored "By George", the "New York Times" best-selling autobiography of George Foreman. He lives in Los Angeles.

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