Measurement-Based Handwriting Movement Analysis 1
What you'll learn
- Recognize essential features of a writer’s core personality
- Meanings of combinations of handwriting characteristics and social styles
- Handwriting features for relationship compatibility, vocational guidance, pre-employment selection and employee management
- Indicators for conscious and subconscious or unconscious behavioral controls
- Positive and negative self-concept personality features suggesting the writer’s strengths and weaknesses, integrity, and work ethic
- Combinations of features revealing behavioral or personality disorders, medical or mental illnesses, and dangerous behavior
- The course is in English assuming basic understanding of English. On request we will add captions in your desired language. See bottom of the promotional video how to select another language.
- Visual features need only evaluated coarsely. No knowledge of handwriting analysis is required.
Level I is the foundation for understanding the advanced graphological analysis techniques discussed in levels II and III: Recognizing a writer’s core personality, interpreting combinations of handwriting characteristics, identifying handwriting features for relationship compatibility, vocational guidance, and pre-employment selection and employee management, identifying conscious and subconscious or unconscious behavioral controls, identifying self-concept of strengths and weaknesses, integrity, and work ethic, revealing behavioral or personality disorders, medical and/or mental illnesses, and dangerous behavior.
Segment 1 (Introduction & Use of Space)
The handwriting features discussed in Segment 1 generally reveal whether a writer is more introverted or extroverted. Each handwriting feature will reveal something very specific about the writer, but these features in combination will reveal introversion or extroversion. The downloadable charts located in the assets to the right will further clarify this point and will help in understanding the Sample We’re Following discussion and Question & Answer section below. Each Question & Answer section belongs to a different lecture video and each question mainly tests your knowledge based on the previous lecture video. We also encourage you to use features from the other previous lecture videos to help support the conclusions of your analysis answers.
Analysis example of Sample A
This writer has two extroverted traits including a wide left margin and narrow word spacing and he has two introverted traits including narrow letter spacing and slight wide line spacing. This reveals so far that he is neither overly introverted nor extroverted, but has a nice balance between them. He will be outgoing or reserved depending on his mood.
He is more interested in exploring new opportunities and ideas rather than following the tried and true path and traditional trends and is eager to move ahead with his life due to the wide left margin. The narrow word spacing reveals that he likes to be around people, especially living in a suburban or urban environment. Despite the fact that this writer has close word spacing, revealing he likes to be around people, the narrow letter spacing reveals that he is inwardly shy, especially when interacting with other people. The slight wide line spacing reveals that this writer likes to look at things from a distant, but objective perspective and he prefers a more organized and paced lifestyle. The slight wide line spacing also reveals that he is not the type of person who would join many activities or clubs and does not prefer a very busy and chaotic lifestyle. This writer prefers a more predictable and steady lifestyle.
Who this course is for:
- Persons who wish to learn how to evaluate a person's handwriting prefessionally
- Persons interested in personal growth
- Persons who are curious to learn what conclusions they can draw about themselves and about other people.
- Professional in human resources, business decisions, forensics, law enforcement, relationships
Hans-Leo Teulings is founder and CEO of NeuroScript, the leading company in handwriting movement software. The company started in 1997 after receiving its first Phase 1 Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from the US National Institutes of Health (NIH). Until 2008 10 Phase 1 and 2 grants were awarded totaling $4.2M. His interest is to provide tools to accelerate research and application development in all fields where fine motor control of handwriting, the most trained motor skill we know, plays a role: neurology, psychiatry, novel pharmacological drug development, psychology, physiotherapy, education, forensics, and computer science. His education includes a MSc in experimental physics and biophysics received in 1975 and a PhD in experimental psychology received in 1988 from the Radboud University of Nijmegen (The Netherlands). He was visiting researcher at the universities of Cambridge (UK), Trondheim (Norway), Genoa (Italy), Madison (Wisconsin, USA), and Tempe (Arizona, USA).