- Education & Research
Join the AHAF Online Chapter meeting on Saturday, April 19th, 2014 at 11:00 AM Pacific time. Featured speakers, Sheila Lowe and Linda Larson, will share their experiences, war-stories, and samples from the TED Talks Conference. Come see the handwriting of the movers and the shakers that are shaping the future of our world.
Congratulations to Patricia Carter who has recently become certified with AHAF!
This study is available as open-access at http://leadserv.u-bourgogne.fr/files/publications/000017-the-impact-of-spatio-temporal-constraints-on-cursive-letter-handwriting-in-children.pdf. Those teaching or promoting handwriting lessons for children might find it of value.
Our member Irene Levitt had her article published in the Santa Fe/New Mexican paper: http://www.santafenewmexican.com/opinion/my_view/reader-view-cursive-handwriting-still-matters/article_2cf4225e-7f87-5e2a-9819-06028827a62c.html
Barry Beyerstein, co-founder of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry created in 1976 to debunk fringe sciences, widely promoted graphology as unscientific, and therefore legally problematic for businesses who use this personnel assessment from handwriting.
Check it out! The AHAF now has an online chapter for regular monthly meetings, bringing together members that want to share ideas, samples, talks and demonstrations about handwriting, marketing your self, education and more. And, the convenient thing is, the meeting is always at your house, through your computer.
On Feb 20th, 2014 the AHAF Online Chapter became officially chartered. All members of our chapter must first be members of AHAF, then they may join this chapter, too.
Congratulations to Val Weil, CG, who has recently passed the AHAF Certification Examination! Val Weil comes from southwestern Pennsylvania. Born and bred and residing in the same neighborhood, Val explains that "she doesn't get out much." She was so impressed with handwriting analysis that, at the tender age of 44, she went back to college to study psychology, too. She's been studying Graphology ever since, both with formal classes and lots of independent reading.
On Thursday, Feb. 20th at 6PM Pacific time, the AHAF Online Chapter will meet. Linda Larson, CG will present "The Four Elements of Signatures" that every handwriting analyst should know.