IHS Book 1

First Issue (2018). “Handwriting Research: Validation & Quality”

How to Improve the Scientific Status of Handwriting Psychology? Psychometric and Methodical Aspects
Dr. Nicole Gruber, University of Regensburg, Germany
p. 12-29

The Practice of Handwriting Analysis and Phenomenological-interpreting Approach to the Validation
Dr. Christian Katz, Abakaba AG, Hünenberg See, Switzerland
p. 30-36

Formal Validation of Handwriting Analysis
Dr. Yury Chernov, IHS Institute for Handwriting Sciences, Zurich, Switzerland
p. 37-68

Ring Trials for Handwriting Analysis. An Instrument for Qualitative and Quantitative Method Validation
Claudia Caspers, Handwriting expert, Handwriting Interlab Platform, Munich, Germany
p. 69-93

Regression and Variance Analysis of Big Five and Handwriting Psychology as a Valid Foreign Assessment of its Constructs
Dr. Stephan Toggweiler, Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
p. 96-117

Using Computerized Optometric Handwriting Analysis in Psychological Assessment, Computer Comparative Graphometry in the IPCH Research
Dalibor Kučera, Ph.D., University of South Bohemia, České Budějovice, Czech Republic 
p. 118-133  

Neuroticism and Handwriting – Analysis Using Machine Learning Techniques
Dr. Zuzanna Górska-Kanabus, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University, Warsaw, Poland
Dr. Artur Janicki, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland

p. 134-144

Integrative Assessment of Personality Values and Motivations by Means of Handwriting Psychology and PVQ-Test
Dr. Yury Chernov, IHS Institute for Handwriting Sciences, Zurich, Switzerland
Prof. Ivan Danyliuk, Ph.D., Taras Shevchenko National University, Kyiv, Ukraine
Ludmila Romanyuk ,Ph.D., Taras Shevchenko National University, Kyiv, Ukraine
Antonina Petrovic, Ph.D, Taras Shevchenko National University, Kyiv, Ukraine

p. 145-157

Measurement of General and Special Handwriting Signs in the Forensic Handwriting Examination
Dr. Angelika Seibt, Forensic handwriting expert, Rottach-Egern, Germany
p. 160-173

Past and Present in the Research on Handwriting: Time to Improve Reliability
Dr. Nicolò Di TomaCentro Ricerche sulla Scrittura, Italy
p. 174-192

The Central Nervous System and the Act of Writing (Reprint)
Robert Saudek (1880-1935), Czech-born graphologist, one of the founders of the scientific handwriting analysis
p. 194-237

The Second System of Thought and its Trace in Handwriting
Dr. Marie Anne Nauer, IHS Institute for Handwriting Sciences, Zürich, Switzerland
p. 238-268

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