Graphology, in English and American manuals of handwriting, stands in the relation with all other pseudo-sciences, founded on half truths and wrought with superstition and amateur fads, compared to modern science. In this book, the author attempts to put before the English public the fundamental principles, methods and laws of scientific graphology. Contents: common objections to graphology and their refutation; history of graphology; physiology and psychology of writing; random test of the correctness of methods explained; practical hints for drawing up of graphological analyses; specimens of analysis.
I. Common Objections to Graphology and their Refutation II. History of Graphology III. Physiology of Writing IV. Psychology of Writing V. Random Test of the Correctness of Methods Explained VI. Practical Hints for Drawing Up of Graphological Analyses VII. Specimens of Analyses
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