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3 April, 22:59

In a research study described in your text, trained graphologists evaluated handwriting samples of 170 people. what were the findings of that study?

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    a. Graphology provides a valid assessment of occupational aptitude and is the best predictor of vocational success. b. The trained graphologists were highly accurate in identifying the actors, actresses, and psychologists in the pool of participants but were unable to identify those who were nuns, monks, or librarians. c. Although the graphologists predicted that they would be 100 percent accurate in distinguishing among the participants, they were not much more accurate than people with no training in graphology. d. The study found graphology to be highly accurate in distinguishing among people in different occupational groups and in identifying several personality traits. The answer of this question will be Although the graphologists predicted that they would be 100 percent accurate in distinguishing among the participants, they were not much more accurate than people with no training in graphology

    The answer is:c. Although the graphologists predicted that they would be 100 percent accurate in distinguishing among the participants, they were not much more accurate than people with no training in graphology. Explanation:

    Graphology is the art and ability to examine handwriting to recognize, judge and interpret a person's personality.

    There are various features of interpreting handwriting such as a usual way of writing, the structure of letters, the alliance and space between words and lines, strokes and designs, the loops in alphabets, curves, slants of work, size of alphabets etc.
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