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However, graphological analysis does not always provide a full picture of an individual's personality. For instance, an amateur or inexperienced graphologist may miss some personality traits when using only graphology. Furthermore, in some cases an individual may be inadequately represented, or even misrepresented, by his or her handwriting.
Consequently, insight into an individual's personality traits obtained from even the most comprehensive handwriting sample may be lacking in certain areas. As a result, certain personality traits simply may not be detectable through analyzing only the subject's handwriting. For example, a sample provided by a subject who has purposely manipulated, or even subconsciously altered, their handwriting away from their natural form of expression, may not accurately present certain handwriting features indicative of their true personality traits. A method for graphology-based assessment of a subject's personality traits is claimed.
By using an individual's presentation features to infer the handwriting features that represent that individual's personality, subsequent graphological analysis can be rendered more accurate and comprehensive. Drawing upon presentation features can help graphology to identify an individual's personality traits. Therefore, inferred handwriting features derived from presentation features lead to a fuller understanding of an individual's personality than can be obtained solely by analyzing a real handwriting sample. Finally, the inferred handwriting features represent a subject more accurately than just actual handwriting features extracted from a real handwriting sample, particularly where the real handwriting sample is written by a subject who consciously or subconsciously altered their natural approach to handwriting.
In one general aspect, the invention is a method for graphology-based assessment of personality traits of a subject. The method includes: obtaining presentation features of the subject; deriving inferred handwriting features from the presentation features according to pre-determined rules of correlation between the presentation features and the inferred handwriting features; and performing graphological analysis on the inferred handwriting features so as to provide an assessment of the subject's personality traits.
In some embodiments, obtaining presentation features includes observing at least one of: the subject's general appearance; the subject's personal attire; the subject's hair style; the subject's body language; the subject's facial expression; the subject's handshake; the subject's conversational tone; and the subject's conversational style.
In some embodiments, obtaining presentation features includes: observing an upper zone of the subject's body; observing a middle zone of the subject's body; and observing a lower zone of the subject's body. In some embodiments, deriving inferred handwriting features from the presentation features includes mapping information regarding at least one of upper, middle, and lower zones from the presentation features, to at least one of corresponding upper, middle, and lower zones of the inferred handwriting features being derived from the presentation features.
In some embodiments, deriving inferred handwriting features includes deriving from the presentation features at least one of primary variables and secondary variables. In some embodiments, the primary variables include: zonal sizes of handwriting; connective forms of handwriting including garlands, arcades, angles, and threads; and pressure applied during handwriting. In some embodiments, the secondary variables include: spacing of writing; size of writing; slant of writing; and level of script. In some embodiments, performing graphological analysis on the inferred handwriting features so as to provide an assessment of the subject's personality traits includes: determining handwriting form level based upon the inferred handwriting features.
In another general aspect, the method for graphology-based assessment of personality traits of a subject includes: obtaining presentation features of the subject; deriving inferred handwriting features from the presentation features, according to pre-determined rules of correlation between the presentation features and the inferred handwriting features; identifying actual handwriting features from a real sample of the subject's handwriting; and performing graphological analysis on: the inferred handwriting features; and the actual handwriting features, so as to provide an assessment of the subject's personality traits.
In some embodiments, performing graphological analysis on: the inferred handwriting features; and the actual handwriting features, so as to provide an assessment of the subject's personality traits, includes: determining handwriting form level based upon the inferred handwriting features. The invention will be more fully understood by reference to the detailed description, in conjunction with the following figures, wherein:.
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The two individuals and are shown in a typical greeting scenario in which both individuals and are shaking each others hand. Various features or traits of each individual and can be analyzed, determined, or observed from the scene For example, such features may include body language of either individual or , conversational tone, conversational style, posture, physical traits such as height, weight, hair color, facial expression, stance, hand grip, style of clothing, tightness of clothing, and color of clothing. As will be explained more fully herein, such personal presentation features may be used in combination with handwriting features to develop a personality assessment of either of the individuals or The flowchart shows a first step in which personal presentation features of an individual are determined.
In a next step , rules of correlation between personal presentation features and handwriting features are employed. In a step , inferred handwriting features for an individual are determined. In this manner, by the use of the combination of personal presentation features and handwriting features an enhanced assessment of an individual may be prepared or generated.
Further, by use of a combination of personal presentation features and handwriting features, more personality traits may be detected than if only handwriting analysis is performed or used. With reference now to FIG. The individual is shown having three major zones or body portions that can be viewed to determine various personality traits. The major body portions are an upper zone, a middle zone, and a lower zone.
The upper zone encompasses the head in general including the hair , as well as the face in particular.
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The middle zone includes the torso of the individual's body , down to but not below the waist. The lower zone includes the lower portion of the individual's body below the waist, including the legs as well as the feet As can be appreciated, when assessing presentation features of the individual , the three major zones are observed. For example, in the upper zone the head is viewed to determine such features as hair length, hair color, head position, and head movement. Wild and tousled hair correlates to a dominant upper zone, which correlates to the personality traits including deep thinking, creativity, planning, innovation and inventiveness.
In the middle zone such features as clothing color, clothing looseness or tightness, general posture and body stance may be viewed. Einstein's plain attire which is dark, blends in, and is not loud and doesn't stand out indicates a fluctuating middle zone and leftward tendencies, both of which correlate to such personality traits as being reserved and introverted.
In regards to the fluctuating middle zone alone, the individual will follow respectful trends, but will not strictly follow current trends to be fashionable and gain social acceptance. In particular, Albert Einstein was known to have about seven pairs of the same color and type suit. Posture slight droop displayed in the middle zone correlates to the fluctuating middle zone and leftward tendencies, which both correlate to the same personality traits discussed with respect to attire regarding reserved and introverted.
The lower zone may be used to view the attire of the legs, type of shoes worn, and color of shoes worn. Einstein's shoes dark correlate to the same handwriting features and personality traits discussed with respect to attire regarding being reserved and introverted.
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Shoelaces tight correlates to the dominant heavy pressure pattern, which correlates to the same personality traits discussed with respect to facial expression. Big loops in the shoelaces correlate to a dominant upper zone, which correlates to the same personality traits discussed in connection with wild and tousled hair. Also, double knots in the shoelaces correlate to angles, which correlate to the same personality traits discussed in connection with facial expression.