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How Personality Traits Interact In Handwriting Analysis

by Barbara Weaver of The Cambridge School of Graphology

How Personality Traits Interact In Handwriting Analysis

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Product Details:

  • Paperback: 106 pages
  • Publisher: CSoG
  • Language: English
  • Product Dimensions: A4; laminated front and back covers, wire ring bound.
  • Price: £15.00 (plus £3.50 post & packaging in UK) or £15 (£10 for students of CSoG) for pdf version

Book Description

This book brings the different graphological schools of thought together in one volume.

First of all it outlines the general or holistic signs and shows how these signs can be combined together to produce a resultant. It follows on to discuss the dominants and counter-dominants in handwriting and shows how these can be used in compilations. A table of the trait stroke school’s particular signs are displayed pictorially. Some of the general signs are then aligned to particular traits to create new meanings and personality characteristics. Finally, in a comprehensive list of trait combinations (placed in alphabetical categories), simple to multiple trait clusters are brought together with their resultant descriptions.

This book is must for those who find the combination of traits a difficult exercise.

Fears And Their Effects

by Norma Sweeting and Karin Walde

Fears And Their Effects

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Product Details:

  • Paperback: 156 pages
  • Language: English
  • Product Dimensions: A4; laminated covers; plastic comb bound.
  • Price: £12.00 (plus £3.50 post and packaging in UK, £12 p & p overseas) or £12 for pdf version.

Book Description

This book describes the individual fears shown in handwriting such as “Guilt, Jealousy, Indecision, Self Consciousness, Timidity” etc and then looks at the various defence mechanisms used to deal with them.  It comes complete with illustrations.

Example of guilt (self castigation) shown in handwriting

Example of guilt (self castigation) shown in handwriting