- Education & Research
Here is a message from Shaike sent today:
A link to the enlarged version of my paper on Michon
Hi Linda & all
What do you think the budding graphologist needs to have (what type of equipment); what habits helped you the most to aid in learning; and what books or courses helped facilitate your learning of graphology?
A handwriting sample labeled Sample 1 - Rena is posted on the AHAF website on the Education tab. We will be referring to this and other samples each week as we progress in our studies.
While we are studying the origins of graphology it might be interesting to learn about our own origins. Anyone like to share about what caught your interest and got you started in graphology?
Lowe, through Chapter 2.
Seifer, through Chaper 2
Landau, Michon paper posted on AHAF website under "Education" tab
Study questions for Michon paper:
I like to think of study questions as a scavenger hunt. First one to complete questions 1-8 will receive a free copy of Handwriting, An Analysis Through Its Symbolism by Rudolph S. Hearns. Go for it.
Our organization is growing at a stunning pace, with a total of 16 new members in August and 12 in July. We welcome the following:
Ingrid Seger-Woznicki (Australia)
Introduction to Forensic Handwriting Examination course is now listed in the University of California Riverside campus catalog. Sheila Lowe, instructor. The University is offering $50 discount off the price of registration by October 5th. If you or someone you know is interested, please share the link. Click here
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