Graphology

Graphology has been controversial for more than a century. Although supporters point to the anecdotal evidence of positive testimonials as a reason to use it for personality evaluation, most empirical studies fail to show the validity claimed by its supporters. == Etymology == From grapho- (from the Greek γραφή, `writing`) and logos (from t.....
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Graphology

• (n.) The art of judging of a person`s character, disposition, and aptitude from his handwriting. • The system or notation used in dealing with graphs.
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Graphology

(Graphology (graphological)) Graphology is easily misunderstood - indeed, along with the lexis 'framework', many teachers advise students to pay it little attention as it tends to mean talking about diagrams and so is worth few marks. But it needn't be that way! Properly applied a graphological analysis can be very useful and subtle, adding many us...
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graphology

noun the study of handwriting (especially as an indicator of the writer`s character or disposition)
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Graphology

Gra·phol'o·gy (grȧ*fŏl'o*jȳ) noun [ Greek gra`fein to write + - logy : confer French graphologie .] The art of judging of a person's character, disposition, and aptitude from his handwriting.
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Graphology

Gra·phol'o·gy (Math.) The system or notation used in dealing with graphs.
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Graphology

Graphology is the analysis or judging of a person's character by means of their handwriting, a pursuit that first attained some vogue around 1900. The tendency to regard a certain style of writing as indicative of certain mental characteristics appears to be natural, and is certainly not of modern origin, but the term graphology is modern, being at...
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Graphology

Graphology is the study of a person's handwriting to obtain information about his or her personality. Its practice is widespread in Continental Europe, and in particular in Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Switzerland with many firms consulting graphologists for advice about which people to hire.
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graphology

inference of character from a person`s handwriting. The theory underlying graphology is that handwriting is an expression of personality; hence, a ...
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Graphology

psychological test based on a belief that personality traits unconsciously and consistently influence handwriting morphology
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graphology

study of handwriting
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graphology

the study of handwriting
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Graphology

The study of handwriting, often used as a way of analysing a person's character. See graphology
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graphology

The study of the writing systems of a language, including the number and formation of letters, spelling patterns, accents, and punctuation. In the 19th century it was believed that analysis of a person's handwriting could give an indication of his or her personality, a belief still held in a more limited fashion today
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Graphology

the study of writing systems
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graphology

Type: Term Pronunciation: graf-ol′ŏ-jē Definitions: 1. The study of handwriting as an indication of temperament, character, or personality.
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