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Deeksha Shriwas
Neha Kulkarni
Pratibha Kaushik
Also known as Graphology: The study of handwriting.
By analyzing a person's writing, a behavioral profile can be determined
to gain insight into physical, mental, and emotional states of the
writer. It reveals the essentials of personality and character.
Besides creating a complete personality profile, many other things are
revealed in your handwriting, such as health issues, morality, past
experiences, hidden talents, mental problems-- to name just a few.

How it works:
Our brain guides our hand. Our mental status is portrayed in its true
sense through our handwriting. Thus, handwriting becomes an honest
indicator of our "complete self." To us, it's just handwriting, but to a
handwriting analyst, it paints a picture of the person "behind the pen."

Emotional Indicators
The Pressure: Emotional energy is determined by how much pressure
the writer uses when he writes. It is a combination of the physical and
mental energy level.
> Writers with heavy pressure are usually highly successful. They
have a lot of vitality and their emotional experiences last for a long time.
> Writers who write with average pressure are usually moderately
successful and usually have enough energy to make it through the day.
> Those with light pressure try to avoid energy draining
The Slant:
It indicates the writers
emotional response to external
A right slant (////)
signals one who responds
strongly to emotional
situations. They are caring,
warm and outgoing- their heart
rules their mind.
A vertical slant (llll)
writer tries to keep their
emotions in check- mind rules
their heart.
A left slant writer (\\\\)
will conceal their emotions and
is observed as cold and

Emotional Control and Reliability
Baselines- straight, wavy,
erratic or sloped.
A normal baseline should
be slightly wavy.
A person with a straight
baseline is tense and over
A very wavy baseline signals
a person who is on an
emotional roller coaster.

An ascending baseline means

A level baseline indicates a
healthy balance between
optimism and pessimism.

A descending baseline means
pessimism, tiredness or
Small writing points to someone
who has the ability to concentrate
on minor details for long periods of
>Not easily distracted by
outside forces.
>These writers include
scientists, researchers, bookkeepers,
etc. Like to work alone.
>Can be trusted to take on
tedious tasks and follow them
through to completion
without being side tracked.
Average handwriting size indicates
an average ability to concentrate.
Large writers are easily distracted.
They have trouble concentrating and
easily get "off-track."
Imagination & Desires
Feeling towards Self and Others
Spacing between letters: Average spacing between letters
points to a person who is self-confident and feels comfortable and
at ease.

Letters written close together or "compressed" indicate a person
who feels uncomfortable about themselves, and usually has low
self-esteem or is self-conscious.

Irregularly spaced letters indicate that the writer is confused,
uncertain, or mixed up.

Spacing between words:
Compressed spacing between words- needs to be close to others;
likes crowds.

Average spacing between words- feels comfortable
contact with others.
Wide spacing between words- avoids people contact; has
problems dealing with others.

Intelligence & Thought Processing
Small letters m, n and r.
Sharp, pointed tops: Quick minds. These writers are quick to
comprehend and retain ideas. They are usually considered smart.
Indicator of above average intelligence.

Round tops: Slower, but methodical thinkers. Can retain just as much
knowledge as quick thinkers, but tend to think things over before
making decisions. They are not as likely to jump to conclusions and
tend to be more creative.

Flat and thread-like: A person not having the mental capacity
to learn quickly or to be creative. Usually considered lazy or
May also indicate that the writer is deceptive, or hiding
something. He or she may lack communication skills or not
want to communicate for some unknown reason.

Fast writers can be spontaneous, impatient, ambitious,
aggressive, negligent, quick thinkers, accident prone, etc.

Average speed writers are slower thinkers. They can be cautious,
creative, organized and so on.

Slow writers show lack of ambition and determination, they are
often show-offs or lack mental capacity.

This isnt all there is to it

Major Handwriting Analysis fields..?
Job Interviews
"A lot of secrets are hidden between lines.
Secrets, which reveal the character, the
strengths and the weaknesses of the person
who has written the lines."
-Ranadheer Kumar
Thank You!