The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply. Can graphology—the science of handwriting analysis—catch a criminal? Is it even a real science?
ZONES We will divide the individual letters into three zones to better understand how the writer makes specific use of their mind UZtheir emotions MZ and the physical elements in their environment LZ.
In the English alphabet, which is also used for most European languages, including French, German and Italian, a part of every letter is found in the middle zone. The upper zone has six bizonal letters: The lower zone has six bizonal letters: The middle zone has thirteen single zone letters, the five vowels, a.
The letter "f" is the only trizonal letter in the alphabet. Wherever you find extra emphasis of size, embellishment, width, simplicity, force or meagerness, this is the zone the writer is expressing most strongly at that moment of writing.
This is why we need more than one sample of writing for a full, in-depth analysis; it eliminates a "mood-of-the-moment" interpretation. Examples and what to look for are in the Handwriting Insights deck. Connections In American schools, writing is usually first learned by using the manuscript printed form.
As the writer matures he learns the more sophisticated method of joining letter forms called cursive writing. The four most common connective forms are garlands, arcades, angles and thread.
You will learn to recognize each type of form and how to interpret its use within the writing. None of us uses one connective exclusively.
One form usually dominates and an another is secondary. The other two forms of connectives may also be present to a lesser degree. Combinations of writing form reveal the personality in each writing, but only in part.
You still must take into consideration the arrangement of the writing and the symbolism of margins, zones, spacing and slant.
The most common form of connective between letters is the cup shape of the garland, curved at the bottom and open at the top. It can be found in all three zones, between letters, within letters, even at the beginnings and endings of words.
The garland is a soft, easily stroked connective depicting the writer who is receptive, compliant and easy going. He may be warm and sympathetic, empathetic and sentimental. He is open and responsive to the people and the environment around him.Expert Fine Art Consultants conducting professional investigations into the authenticity & legitimacy of international fine art.
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INSTRUCTIONS 1. Watch Video Introduction 2. Create Your Free Account 3.
Login 4. Answer a few questions about your handwriting sample. 5. Press "Create My Report" 6. Read the 5 page report about the person's true personality.
French Translation of “handwriting” | The official Collins English-French Dictionary online. Over , French translations of English words and phrases. The Graduate Course in Handwriting Analysis teaches students how to become professional handwriting experts, how to write graphology reports accurately along with information on how to effectively market their services as a handwriting analyst.
Why The French Love Handwriting Analysis. In France, graphology is quite well-regarded, eschewing the cynicism with which other cultures view the practice. And they use it .