- Education & Research
The best way to generate interest in graphology is to do comprehensive assessments. Even when you do this with journalists, they still may not share the intensity and personal effect of their experience, prefering to be a bit more light. The following journalist took a different approach, and therefore this piece shows more of what is rightly achieved, potentially, when we analyze handwriting and other projective materials. This is the best kind of publicity for the field.
Oral and written statements contain a wealth of information other than the words contained therein. Can one tell when someone is not telling the truth or hiding information? Yes. If you know how to obtain a statement and what to look for in that statement, how it has been written can indicate areas where the writer or speaker was uncomfortable and can be explored further.
Hi Everyone, I am a Certified Graphologist as of 10/20/12. Exciting! Trish Towey C.G.
We continue to welcome new members to AHAF from around the world. Here are the latest:
American Handwriting Analysis Foundation is presenting a conference in October 2013.
Quickie analysis of signature authenticity is an oxymoron! Determining the authenticity of a signature is more than just comparing one or two signatures with a questioned signature. It requires a collection of many known signatures over a period of time to compare with the one questioned signature. The signature of one writer can change depending on environmental and other factors.