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Graphology is not recognized as a science

Graphology is not recognized as a science

  • Handwriting analysis, or 'graphology,' has its modern roots in the theories supported by a group of 19th-Century French Catholic clergy.
  • Claims are made about a person's writing style and personality, but contemporary psychology views graphology as a joke. They even listed it as one of the great myths of popular psychology.

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