Measurement-Based Handwriting Movement Analysis 1

Become a professional handwriting analysis expert.
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  • Lectures 35
  • Contents Video: 1.5 hours
    Other: 2 hours
  • Skill Level Beginner Level
  • Languages English
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Published 7/2013 English

Course Description

Level I is the foundation for understanding the advanced 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.

What are the requirements?

  • The course is in English assuming basic understanding of English.
  • Visual features need only evaluated coarsely. No knowledge of handwriting analysis is required.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • 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

What is the target audience?

  • 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

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Curriculum

Section 1: How to study this course
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Section 2: Use of Space in Handwriting
24:25
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.
1 page
Please, follow the detailed explanation.

ALTERNATIVE FREE PREVIEW: Sample A explained
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ALTERNATIVE FREE PREVIEW: Questions, Quiz, and Answers
Preview
27 pages
1 page
Please, download and print questions and samples (Label the samples Level 1 -- Section 1 -- Sample B, etc.).
13 questions

 

6 pages
Please, check the detailed answers after you completed the quiz.

Section 3: Size of Handwriting
08:18
The handwriting features discussed in Segment 2 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.
Sample A explained (Click < on the right top)
1 page
1 page
Please, download and print questions and samples (Label the samples Level 1 -- Section 2 -- Sample B, etc.).
8 questions


Explanations of the answers
3 pages
Section 4: Zonal Principle in Handwriting
08:40
The handwriting features discussed in Segment 3 reveal the writer’s fundamental focus in life and their desires and needs. Each handwriting feature will reveal neutral traits that are neither supported nor contradicted by other traits throughout the handwriting. In addition, these handwriting features reveal core personality traits of the writer. 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.
Sample A explained (Click < on the right top)
1 page
1 page
Please, download and print these questions.
7 questions

 

Explanations of the answers
4 pages
Section 5: Physical Disorders in Handwriting
10:26
The handwriting features discussed in Segment 4 reveal physical disorders seen in handwriting. Each handwriting feature will reveal specific physical disorders. There are no Questions & Answers for this section as well.
Sample A explained (Click < on the right top)
1 page
Section 6: Slant of Handwriting
10:32
The handwriting features discussed in Segment 5 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.
Sample A explained
1 page
Now you answer the questions about Samples B - G
1 page
Check how many answers correct
7 questions
Explanations of the answers
3 pages
Section 7: Connective Forms
12:05
The handwriting features discussed in Segment 6 reveal the writer’s expression of their character and feelings towards other people. Each handwriting feature will reveal neutral traits that are neither supported nor contradicted by other traits throughout the handwriting. In addition, these handwriting features reveal core personality traits of the writer. 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.
1 page
Use Sample A from the previous sections.
Now you answer the questions about Samples B - E
4 pages
5 questions

 

Explanations of the answers
5 pages
Section 8: Pressure of Handwriting
05:58
The handwriting features discussed in Segment 7 reveal the writer’s degree of vitality, force, and strength of character. Each handwriting feature will reveal neutral traits that are neither supported nor contradicted by other traits throughout the handwriting. In addition, these handwriting features reveal core personality traits of the writer. 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.
1 page
Use Sample A from the previous section
Now you answer the questions about Samples B - D
2 pages
Check how many answers correct
3 questions
Explanation of the answers
5 pages
Section 9: Printing vs. Cursive Handwriting
05:03
The handwriting features discussed in Segment 8 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.
Sample A explained
2 pages
Now you answer the questions
1 page
Check how many answers correct
4 questions
Explanations of the answers
2 pages
Section 10: Summary
10 pages
Table of zonal principles (Features vs components, descriptions, and extreme or dominant treats)

Table of zonal principles (Components Developed (not extreme) Undeveloped Combination)

Table of connective forms (Features vs components, descriptions, and extreme or dominant treats)

Table of connective forms (Components vs General Combinations, and Specific Combinations)

Table of Pressure (Features vs Components Description Extreme / Dominant)

Table of Pressure (Components, Combination)

Table of use of space (Features vs components, descriptions, and extreme or dominant treats)

Table of size (Features vs components, descriptions, and extreme or dominant treats)

Table of slant (Features vs components, descriptions, and extreme or dominant treats)

Table of feature vs interpretation

Table of cursive vs printing (Features vs components, descriptions, and extreme or dominant treats)

Table of Feature vs Interpretation

Table of feature vs extroversion vs introversion

Section 11: Manual Scoring Program
27 pages
Manual Scoring Program

I. FORM LEVEL (LEVEL ill SEGMENTS 5-8)

II. ZONAL PRINCIPLE (LEVEL I SEGMENT 3, LEVEL II SEGMENT 3)

III. CONNECTIVE FORMS (LEVEL I SEGMENT 6, LEVEL II SEGMENT 5)

IV. PRESSURE (LEVEL I SEGMENT 7 LEVEL IT SEGMENT 6)

V. SCALE FOR EXTROVERSION, INTROVERSION, & EMOTIONAL STABILITY

VI. Chart/Scale

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Instructor Biography

Michael Weitzman, Corporate and Public Investigator

Michael Weitzman has over 10 years of professional experience applying his extraordinary knowledge of Graphonomy (forensic handwriting analysis), criminology, and psychology to a variety of industries and situations: A consultant and training associate for human resource and management executives at a number of prestigious public and private companies, Mr. Weitzman also assists state and district investigators with a host of highly sensitive corporate/criminal matters.

This course has been implemented by Dr. Hans-Leo Teulings, NeuroScript. NeuroScript is the world leader in handwriting movement analysis software for 15 years.

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