Gestalt Graphology: Exploring the Mystery and Complexity of Human Nature Through Handwriting Analysis Paperback – Dec 19 2007
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The late Felix Klein (1911-1994), "dean of American graphologists", Founder of the National Society of Graphology and the National Bureau of Document Examiners, international forensic document examiner, author, and popular teacher, left, as a part of his legacy, fifteen of his best monographs which were published by his widow in 2007 in one volume entitled Gestalt Graphology. A useful reference book well-written and illustrated with many examples of handwriting, a bibliography of supporting publications appears at the end of each monograph. Of particular value is his contribution to the scientific validity of graphology described in the paper "Comparison Between Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) and Graphology" demonstrating with chi-square tests that, under suitable conditions, the TAT and graphology can yield consistent personality profiles. Mental health professionals, including psychoanalysts, clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, psychiatric social workers, and graphologists will find Klein's Gestalt Graphology interesting and helpful. Highly recommended.
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