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Good news: We have outgrown our current meeting space! Starting with our next monthly meeting, January 27, 2014, the North Suburban IL (Chicago area) Handwriting Analysis Study Group will meet at Sunset Foods in their upper level conference room, 4190 Illinois 83 in Long Grove, IL 60047. (corner of Rt 83 & Aptakistic Rd.) NOTE: Meeting time will change to 1:30 - 3:30 pm. Meetings will still be held the fourth Monday of each month with exceptions for holidays.
This holiday season, our big wish at the American Handwriting Analysis Foundation is for handwriting training to return to the school curriculum. Though more than forty states have removed that requirement, seven have seen the need to return it. So we are joining with our Campaign for Cursive committee to offer members some fun items.
AHAF is happy to welcome the newly minted Pennsylvania Chapter and Allan Grim as president. Contact info on our Meet The Board page.
If you would like to start a chapter in your area, contact Val Weil, AHAF's Chapter Coordinator: email@example.com. All it takes is 5 members. We'll give you some funds to help get things started, and we will support you all the way.
The newest issue of Science, Vol. 342, No. 6158, 1 Nov. 2013, has reports on recent research regarding the brain from pages 577-589. On page 579 is a reference on how to read on line the full article on which a one-page review summary is based. I would think the material is of most interest to those who are into the more technical side of the topic and who might be able to discern any specific application to handwriting and related expressive gestures.
Check out Val's latest survey for AHAF:
Roger Rubin will present a Pre-Conference Workshop on "What Men Want" on Wednesday, Oct. 23rd, 2013. In line with that topic, tell us in your opinion on relationships "what do men want."
Help us know what you're thinking, what is helpful to you, and what you think will be helpful in the future in the world of graphology and handwriting analysis! Val Weil, our master survey designer, has come up with a new survey for this week. As usual, short and sweet, just 3 questions:Go to the survey here: http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07e85c7zuehlcisgmc/start
Comparing two handwritings: Paula Deen and Martha Stewart...