IHS Institute for Handwriting Sciences

Education

Education

The aim of our educational activity with regard to academic bodies is to bring handwriting analysis to a higher scientific level. We hold lectures for academic and non-academic organisations; we give presentations in university seminars and support students with their bachelor and master theses.

Professional Training in Handwriting Analysis

Training at the Academy for Handwriting Analysis (German)

Introduction to Handwriting Analysis (Film)
ASPG Seminar, Pophal Reloaded (Dr. Marie Anne Nauer, Oct. 20, 2018)
Online basic lectures (coming soon…)


Selected professional lectures

Handwriting is Brainwriting (Dr. Marie Anne Nauer)
Functional Job Profiles (Dr. Marie Anne Nauer)
HISTORIA SCIENTIAE GRAPHOLOGICAE (Dr. Marie Anne Nauer)


Academical Lectures, Seminars & Workshops

13-18 May 2019. Kaluga State University, Faculty for Psychology.
Dr. Yury Chernov: Advanced professional training “Handwriting Psychology in Forensic and Legal Expertise”

10-14 April 2017. Kiev Taras Shevchenko University, Faculty for Psychology
Dr. Yury Chernov: A series of lectures and Workshops “Assessment with handwriting analysis”

23 March 2017. Zurich University, German Seminar
Seminar by Prof. Dr. Christa Dürscheid
Dr. Yury Chernov: “Modern Graphology: Potential and Limits”

14 November 2016. Zürich University, Institute for Industrial and Organisational Psychology
Seminar by Prof. Dr. Martin Kleinmann
Dr. Marie Anne Nauer: “Introduction into Handwriting Analysis”


Student support

We support students with their PHD/ Master or Bachelor Thesis.

Currently:
1. PhD Consultancy. Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani (BITS Pilani), India. Mrs. Sheetal Thomas Pulipilrlil, Thesis “Understanding financial behaviour from handwriting”
2. PhD Consultancy. Kaluga State University, Russia. Mrs. Diana Beloded, Thesis “Graphological analysis of the trustworthiness of clients of credit institutions”


IHS Seminar

With our free seminar meetings, we are establishing a platform for professional exchange on specific topics.

30. Okrober 2020. Zur Auswertung der Graphologie mit Martin Leisebach

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