Handwriting - Inferences From Handwriting Samples - Graphology

Graphology

Graphology is the pseudoscientific study and analysis of handwriting in relation to human psychology. Graphology has been used in the medical field as an aid in diagnosis and tracking of diseases of the brain and nervous system, though such use is very highly controversial.

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Barry Beyerstein - Graphology
... He was a vocal critic of graphology which he identifies as pseudoscience similar to phrenology ... he and his brother all but eliminated graphology from the B.C ... Lecturing at the Skeptic's Toolbox, Beyerstein stated that graphology is more popular in Europe than in America, job applicants are discouraged to turn in a non-handwritten application ...
Graphology - Divination
... Society, British Association of Graphology and Association Déontologique Européenne de Graphologie prohibits the practice of anything related to the occult ...
Alice Coleman - Other Interests - Graphology
... Coleman's interest in graphology has included editing and contributing to Graphology magazine and writing a graphological thesaurus ...
Psychogram - Training
... This was last taught as part of the Graphology Track leading to an Associate Arts Degree from Felician College, in Lodi, NJ, in 2000 ... to be taught at New School for Social Research, in New York City, as part of their diploma in Graphology ...
Robert Saudek - Works
... In the 1920s he began the Bulletin of the Dutch Association for Scientific Graphology (Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Graphologie ... His next book was Experimental Graphology, which appeared in German, Czech and Dutch in 1926 ... Saudek lectured on experimental graphology at Berlin, Amsterdam, Brussels and Prague from 1926 to 1928 ...