Author Baruch M. Lazewnik, Ph.D's Handwriting Analysis: A Guide to Understanding Personalities is a fascinating and revealing look at handwriting as a window to behavior.
In thirteen chapters of well-written text and more than 100 writing samples, the basics and the finer nuances of handwriting analysis are illustrated and interpreted. Samples from well-known celebrities and public figures from various professions, as well as persons with particular problems and illnesses, are reviewed with clarity and sensitivity. Personalities of the famous and infamous are revealed through chapters covering contemporary novelists, criminals, upright citizens, cloak-and¬-dagger operators, geniuses, entertainers, and others.
Dr. Lazewnik's work is for those whose curiosity has not been satisfied after their first exposure to the art and science of graphology. Handwriting Analysis: A Guide to Understanding Personalities is a compendium of in-depth, detailed analyses that explains, clearly and precisely, how and why the analyst arrived at his conclusions. It will provide the novice graphologist with solid and innovative ground¬work and the seasoned professional with new and profound ideas.
1st edition 1990, Pb, 208pp, plenty of examples, 15.8 x 23.5 cm