This is the worst example of graphology I have ever seen, in my life. It would take this man weeks, no -- MONTHS to make heads or tails of my personality based on the information provided. First of all, he could probably tell you what you are like if you have extremely abnormal handwriting. His studies are based on comparison -- this book might as well be shelved with the tea leaf reading or tarot books you could find at the library. The biggest problem is that his samples were created solely for the study. The subjects gave samples they knew would be under scrutiny. The result turns out to poor: a tense and defensive group. He fails to see the big picture. He doesn't point out what makes a certain sample revealing of a person, he says that a person is great at penmanship in figure 59, but not that the person also has a short temper. He misses the greatest part of graphology: that a person's handwriting changes throughout their letter. He is more likely to give you an example of their strangest writing rather than their most common writing. Sigh, I am disappointed that I have read books on graphology 40 years older than this one, and more accurate.