Articles- Forensic Handwriting and Signature Examination and Handwriting Analysis
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"The interview is the most used but often least useful selection tool in recruiting staff and should be used in conjunction with other selection tools such as graphology.
As a person and not a machine conducts an interview it is almost impossible for an interviewer not to be subjective and biased in some way…."
"Knowing whether a potential employee is prone to “unhealthy stress” is an invaluable piece of information for a company in deciding whether this person is an appropriate fit for the position, promotion or move to a different department. An individual who is suffering from “unhealthy” stress and whose life is being affected by this stress is easily identified by his handwriting..."
"People are dynamic and in constant interaction with their environment. Handwriting analysis is an important means of assessing an individual in his “real” state, without him being able to fake, acquiesce or pre-empt what is being tested...."
How does handwriting become a habit? To explain handwriting from a physiological point of view it is interesting to note that it is an extremely complex motor task that we usually start learning at about the age of 4, 5 or 6.
Handwriting is crucial for many reasons but certainly because it is one of the things that sets us apart as being human. No one can deny the pleasure of receiving a personal handwritten note over a printed mass produced one.
Handwriting analysis is the holistic examination of handwriting used to form a personality and character profile for different applications. The assessment of numerous objective criteria such as form, size, speed, slant movement and organisation are examined and are combined to provide insight into the personal qualities of the writer.