from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The art of judging of a person's character, disposition, and aptitude from his handwriting; also called graphology. As a discipline, the modern form was developed by Milton Newman Bunker in the period after 1915.
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When she returned to Montreal, it was time to redefine herself again, and reading an article by a psychologist who was using graphoanalysis techniques in the treatment of her patients, Rita decided that she would see if she couldn't make a living at something she felt deeply attracted to.
I'm having graphoanalysis experts verify the handwriting as we speak.
Then Parker Kincaid shows up at FBI headquarters and announces with that know-all voice of his that graphoanalysis is nonsense.
When I was a psych nurse, I took a little course in handwriting analysis, formally known as graphology or graphoanalysis.
She delineates the differences between graphology and graphoanalysis, the latter created by a man appropriately named Milton Bunker.
As a document examiner, Parker Kincaid believed in the psychological connection between our minds and our hands: personality revealed not by how we form letters that graphoanalysis nonsense that Lukas seemed so fond of but through the substance of what we write and draw when we’re not really thinking about it.
A fingerprint you can do over and over and over with a piece of equipment," said J. H. Buckner of J. H. Buckner and Associates, a document-examination and graphoanalysis consultancy based in Dallas.