The Complete Idiot's Guide to Handwriting Analysis

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Alpha Books, 2007 - Self-Help - 318 pages
3 Reviews
It’s all there in black and white …

The most popular book on this amazing discipline, this volume shows readers how to analyze almost any handwriting sample and understand the special characteristics of the writer’s personality. Drawing upon 30 years of experience as a professional graphologist, Sheila Lowe clearly explains what every squiggle and dot says about a person. From Kurt Cobain and Jimmy Smits to Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton, this new edition is filled with hundreds of real examples of handwriting to illustrate how handwriting indicates a person’s most basic—and intimate— traits.
--Hundreds of new handwriting examples
--Up-to-the-minute information about graphology computer programs
--Fascinating anecdotes about graphology’s role in criminal justice


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User Review  - Daniel Domenech - Goodreads

I expected a bit more, and will probably consider buying another book on the subject. But it's still good. Read full review

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Who knew? Apparently many people knew that handwriting analysis is used in applicant selection from your local business to law enforcement. A fascinating look at the basics of handwriting analysis ... Read full review

Contents

Dead Men Tell No Tales but Handwriting Does
13
Looking at the Big Picture
23
This Is Your Life The Page
35
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

\Sheila Lowe is a world renowned graphologist who has practiced handwriting analysis for more than 30 years. A frequent lecturer to forensic experts, she has served on the Board of Directors of the Handwriting Analysts Foundation and is the creator of a popular computer graphology program known as Sheila Lowe's Handwriting Analyzer.

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