Michelle Dresbold, a graduate of the United States Secret Service's Advanced Document Examination training program, is considered one of the top experts in the nation on handwriting identification, personality profiling, and threat analysis. She consults to private attorneys, police departments, and prosecutors throughout the United States. Dresbold writes a syndicated column, "The Handwriting Doctor." She is also an accomplished artist. She lives in Pittsburgh, PA. For more information visit MichelleDresbold.com
James Kwalwasser is the cocreator and editor of "The Handwriting Doctor" syndicated column. He lives in Pittsburgh, PA.
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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
Whether you are a teacher, psychologist or manager, you can benefit from the guidance of Dr. Helmut Ploog, a handwriting expert. Learn what the size and width of handwriting can reveal about a person, as well as what more muted featuressuch as slant, spacing, and direction of linescan make clear.
Written in plain English, this guidebook presents pithy explanations of handwriting movements, which may be angular or round, long or short, heavy or light, high or deep below the base line. It also offers analyses of the handwriting of many well-known people, including Charles Darwin, Anne Frank, Paul Getty, Allen Ginsberg, Ernest Hemingway, Frida Kahlo, Somerset Maugham, Pablo Picasso, Pope Benedict, Vladimir Putin, Maurice Ravel, Carl Rogers, and Susan Sontag.
Handwriting Psychology should never be used by itself to judge someone, but it can serve as an essential tool to make and confirm observations that could change your life, your career, and your approach to life.