Marc Seifer, Ph.D



Marc Seifer’s book is one of the best written on the subject in the last 10 years!


Robert O’Block, Ph.D. founder,

American College of Forensic Examiners


For over 20 years I have made it my self-appointed task to scan the graphological landscape to document and report on significant researchers and events. Marc Seifer has consistently hit my radar with his research and sharing of knowledge. His Definitive Book of Handwriting Analysis is a fine example of a work that is both a point of reference and a suitable book for teaching. He has fused modern thinking on the subject from many different nations. For the beginner this is a perfect starting point and even the most knowledgeable graphologist will find something new."


- Nigel Bradley,

Graphology commentator based in Great Britain


"The Definitive Book of Handwriting Analysis is a must for all serious students of graphology. Handwriting analysis provides human understanding and this comprehensive, yet easy- to-read, practical guide will surely become a classic."


Iris Hatfield Professional Graphologist,

HuVista International


"This is a book that covers it all -- graphology, questioned documents examination, and the brain -- a lofty aim, and well done. There are many high quality handwriting samples, made interesting, both by their qualities and the celebrity of the writers.... Further, we find detailed discussions of the handwritings of some very bad people including Osama bin Laden, whose bizarre signature has puzzled many graphologists.... If you are serious [about graphology], this....volume is worth putting on your shelf."


Sheila Lowe, editor of The Vanguard,

author of Handwritings of the Famous and Infamous


Altogether this book rises like a lighthouse out of the morass of the other graphology publications in the USA. The author presents a great array of American handwritings on astoundingly high level. Although the author only had access to English sources, in spite of this, it is amazingly comprehensive. Maybe this book gets into the hands of one or another university professors and if so, it may help to break up his/her prejudices and this could lead to a raise in standards of academic psychology in the America.


Helmut Ploog, Ph.D., Editor-in-Chief of the German handwriting journal Angewandte Graphologie und Personlichkeits Diagnostik.


By: Marc Seifer Ph. D

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