From Library Journal
Handwriting is an expression of personality, and as unique as a fingerprint. Physical, intellectual, and emotional states combine to produce a writing style. Handwriting analysis, or graphology, was once sneeringly labeled a pseudoscience but is now gaining acceptance as a useful diagnostic tool in business, criminology, medicine, and psychology. McNichol (Univ. of California) has thorough knowledge and long experience as a consultant and expert witness, and teaches the only graphology course sponsored by an accredited U.S. university. Her common sense explanations are salted with wry humor and ironic observations on the handwriting of the famous as well as the infamous. No one, including the reader, is safe from her barbs. This is an excellent introduction to graphology, a great party game, and an incentive to type all correspondence!-- Evelyn L. Mott, Palm Beach Cty. Lib., West Palm Beach, Fla.
Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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If you love playing Clue and reading whodunits, "HANDWRITING ANALYSIS: Putting It to Work for You" is the logical conclusion. -- Los Angeles Daily News, July 23, 1991
McNichol's common-sense explanations are salted with wry humor and ironic observations on the handwriting of the famous and the infamous. -- Library Journal, May 1, 1991