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FSP 105 : Forensic Graphology

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    The word “Graphology” is derived from two Greek words: “Graphos” meaning writing and “logos” is study. Therefore, an in-depth study conducted to ascertain a person’s psychological and emotional conditions by analyzing his/her physical characteristics and pattern produced in the handwriting. Graphology is a science of great help to improve one’s personal, social, and team-related skills. Handwriting, being the brain writing is involuntary in nature and thus, whatever the writer writes, is in a manner influenced by the psychological and emotional junctures of the brain. This act is impulsive, therefore it can easily be taken into account in order to reveal the hidden personality and the mental and social conditions by a substantial examination of the handwriting.

     

    Forensic Graphology is a part of Forensic Science. In the course entitled as Forensic Graphology, we apply the methodology of Graphology in order to do the criminal profiling of the culprits, to get a better hold on their abusive behavior, criminal nature, and schizoid characters.

     

    A proper practice after a detailed theoretical and practical sessions would prepare the students to handle any type of case and any kind of handwriting. This science would equip the students with a full-fledged understanding so that they can imply it on to the legal, practical, social as well as personal affairs.

  • Level I : Forensic Graphology

    MODULE 1 – FORENSIC GRAPHOLOGY

    “Graphology” term stands for the examination of the handwriting to reveal the personality traits. According to graphology science, the uniqueness in one's handwriting style depicts the personality traits of an individual. A graphologist can reveal and trace your personality character through your handwriting sample.

    Handwriting is a neuro-muscular process and graphology is also known as brain-writing. Some of the following things are included in the graphology examination like - attitude, inspiration, honesty, intelligence, emotional solidity, social behavior, etc.

    This course would be introducing you to the basics of forensic graphology, history, and fundamental facts of graphology, aim, and scope of forensic graphology, and the criminality in handwriting.

    MODULE 2 – GRAPHOLOGY AS A SCIENCE

    Graphology is not real science but is a pseudo-science that reveals the identity of an individual by analyzing the features of the handwriting. This module also contains the features of graphology such as physical, mental, and emotional and also introduced with the graphological deduction.

    MODULE 3 – HANDWRITING AND PERSONALITY

    This module defines the handwriting and personality as per the graphological point of view. This module also covers basic handwriting features and personality characteristics, such as high vs. low functioning intelligence, extroversions vs. introversion, strong vs. weak work drive, honesty vs. dishonesty. It also covers criminal minds and handwriting.

    MODULE 4 – APPLICATIONS OF GRAPHOLOGY

    This module defines the role of graphology in the investigation of crime and psychology in which the truth by the suspect can be established by the help of handwriting. This module also includes education, medicine, business, social work, and personal uses in which the graphology play a significant role. After knowing the characteristics, one can alter their handwriting with their conscious mind for development of their personality which collectively considered as Graphotherapy.

  • Level II : Forensic Graphology
    MODULE 1 – FORENSIC GRAPHOLOGY

    “Graphology” term stands for the examination of the handwriting to reveal the personality traits. According to graphology science, the uniqueness in one's handwriting style depicts the personality traits of an individual. A graphologist can reveal and trace your personality character through your handwriting sample.

    Handwriting is a neuro-muscular process and graphology is also known as brain-writing. Some of the following things are included in the graphology examination like - attitude, inspiration, honesty, intelligence, emotional solidity, social behavior, etc.

    This course would be introducing you to the basics of forensic graphology, history, and fundamental facts of graphology, aim, and scope of forensic graphology, and the criminality in handwriting.

    MODULE 2 – GRAPHOLOGY AS A SCIENCE

    Graphology is not real science but is a pseudo-science that reveals the identity of an individual by analyzing the features of the handwriting. This module also contains the features of graphology such as physical, mental, and emotional and also introduced with the graphological deduction.

    MODULE 3 - PSYCHOLOGICAL THEORIES OF GRAPHOLOGY

    Graphology experts can apply and make use of the handwriting analysis in forensic graphology aspects in the investigation processes and also graphologists might inspect what may be questioned, deceitful, fraud insurance claims, fake medical prescriptions, etc.

    Aspects of graphology in psychology comprising the introduction, psychological theories of personality, and psychological theories of personality as applied to graphology, national style characteristics, study of slant, alignment, size, pressure, speed, stroke, structure, angle, etc., criminality in handwriting, fears and defenses, goals and aspirations, thinking styles and signatures and persona.

    MODULE 4 – HANDWRITING AND PERSONALITY

    This module defines the handwriting and personality as per the graphological point of view. This module also covers basic handwriting features and personality characteristics, such as high vs. low functioning intelligence, extroversions vs. introversion, strong vs. weak work drive, honesty vs. dishonesty. It also covers criminal minds and handwriting.

    MODULE 5 – ANALYSIS OF GRAPHOLOGICAL TRAITS

    This module explains the analysis of graphological traits which comprising the direction and baseline, slant and angle, zones, size, margins, initial and terminal strokes, connected and disconnected writing, pressure, speed, spacing, loops, capital and scripted letter, bar of alphabet ‘t’, dot of alphabet ‘i’, trait of sexuality. This module also introducing the principles of graphological analysis and graphological analysis which include handwriting and signature.

    MODULE 6 – APPLICATIONS OF GRAPHOLOGY

    This module defines the role of graphology in the investigation of crime and psychology in which the truth by the suspect can be established by the help of handwriting. This module also includes education, medicine, business, social work, and personal uses in which graphology plays a significant role. After knowing the characteristics, one can alter their handwriting with their conscious mind for development of their personality which collectively considered as Graphotherapy.
  • Level III : Forensic Graphology

    MODULE 1 – FORENSIC GRAPHOLOGY

    “Graphology” term stands for the examination of the handwriting to reveal the personality traits. According to graphology science, the unique in one's handwriting style depicts the personality traits of an individual. A graphologist can reveal and trace your personality character through your handwriting sample.

    Handwriting is a neuro-muscular process and graphology is also known as brain-writing. Some of the following things are included in the graphology examination like - attitude, inspiration, honesty, intelligence, emotional solidity, social behavior, etc.

    This course would be introducing you to the basics of forensic graphology, history, and fundamental facts of graphology, aim, and scope of forensic graphology, and the criminality in handwriting.

    MODULE 2 – GRAPHOLOGY AS A SCIENCE

    Graphology is not real science but is a pseudo-science that reveals the identity of an individual by analyzing the features of the handwriting. This module also contains the features of graphology such as physical, mental, and emotional and also introduced with the graphological deduction.

    MODULE 3 - PSYCHOLOGICAL THEORIES OF GRAPHOLOGY

    Graphology experts can apply and make use of the handwriting analysis in forensic graphology aspects in the investigation processes and also graphologists might inspect what may be questioned, deceitful, fraud insurance claims, fake medical prescriptions, etc.

    Aspects of graphology in psychology comprising the introduction, psychological theories of personality, and psychological theories of personality as applied to graphology, national style characteristics, study of slant, alignment, size, pressure, speed, stroke, structure, angle, etc., criminality in handwriting, fears and defenses, goals and aspirations, thinking styles and signatures and persona.

    MODULE 4 – HANDWRITING AND PERSONALITY

    This module defines the handwriting and personality as per the graphological point of view. This module also covers basic handwriting features and personality characteristics, such as high vs. low functioning intelligence, extroversions vs. introversion, strong vs. weak work drive, honesty vs. dishonesty. It also covers criminal minds and handwriting.

    MODULE 5 – ANALYSIS OF GRAPHOLOGICAL TRAITS

    This module explains the analysis of graphological traits which comprising the direction and baseline, slant and angle, zones, size, margins, initial and terminal strokes, connected and disconnected writing, pressure, speed, spacing, loops, capital and scripted letter, bar of alphabet ‘t’, dot of alphabet ‘i’, trait of sexuality. This module also introducing the principles of graphological analysis and graphological analysis which include handwriting and signature.

    MODULE 6 – RELEVANT FACTORS AFFECTING HANDWRITING

    In this module, the factors are defined that affect the handwriting in which they include the consciousness (pre-conscious, conscious and unconscious), internal factors like age, illness, disease, injury, etc. and external factors i.e. drugs, hallucinogens, physical stress, writing surface, writing position, writing instruments, etc.. This module also defines the handwriting of children that is changed after a particular period of time.

    MODULE 7- GRAPHOLOGY AND PSYCHOSEXUAL STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT

    Under this module, students will be familiarized with the psycho-sexual stages of development such as trust vs. mistrust (oral) stage: ages 0-1.5, anatomy vs. shame and doubt stage: ages 5-3, initiative vs. guilt stage: ages 3.5-6, industry vs. inferiority stage: ages 7-11, ego identity vs. role confusion stage: ages 12-15, intimacy vs. isolation stage: ages 16-29, generativity vs. stagnation: ages 30-55 and the ego integrity vs. despair: ages 55-105. These stages play an important role in the development of an individual with the involvement of both psychological and physiological factors.

    MODULE 8 – APPLICATIONS OF GRAPHOLOGY

    This module defines the role of graphology in the investigation of crime and psychology in which the truth by the suspect can be established by the help of handwriting. This module also includes education, medicine, business, social work, and personal uses in which the graphology play a significant role. After knowing the characteristics, one can alter their handwriting with their conscious mind for development of their personality which collectively considered as Graphotherapy.

  • What is Forensic Graphology?

    In the course Forensic Graphology, the students will be guided as to how to analyze the personality traits from an individual’s handwriting. Handwriting is a brain writing, and due to this fact instinctively the handwriting bears the emotional, psychological, social, and individual persona of a human being which on close observation and analysis reflects himself.

  • How can I become a Graphologist?

    Get yourself enrolled for the course that focuses on learning the basics and a keen learner would effectively know about a person from his/her handwriting after the course completion. This would enable the learner learn about various social aspects related to individual as well. 

  • What are the responsibilities of a Graphologist?

    The graphologist reads the mind of people by analyzing their handwriting and signature. A Graphologist is ought to state the psychological thinking and condition of an individual as per the sampler obtained and opine as needed. 

  • What are the scope and the opportunistic aspects of the course?

    A Graphologist can proffer his/her services for knowing the psychology of an individual as well as the humankind. They can also render expert views on public image and other societal aspects of living. This course would also offer the learner to open the opportunities in the field of psychology as well.   

  • Where can I contact in case of any queries?

    You can write to us at education@sifs.in or call us at +91-1147074263 or WhatsApp us +91-7303913002 or +91-7303913003.


    Ted Bundy

     

    Brutally raped and murdered more than 30 women. One of the most famous killers of all time, Ted Bundy vented his rage on women, mostly college girls, all the while maintaining the facade of a perfectly normal, intelligent, model citizen. His traveling ways, clever tactics, and thorough body disposal methods make it difficult to even say how many women Bundy killed during his reign, but he was definitely one of the most prolific and frightening serial killers of all time.

    His handwriting owns an abnormally emphasized lower zone and the deformed letters.

     

     

    Douglas Clark - "The Sunset Strip Slayer"

     

    Preying on blonde prostitutes and hunting primarily on the well-known Sunset Strip. Murdered 6 people. Douglas Clark coerced his girlfriend Carol Bundy to pick up the women and bring them to him. He then would strike a deal for oral sex and during the act shoot them through the head and engage in sexual acts with their dead bodies.

    His handwriting is another example of odd strange beginnings & endings, deformed lower zone, sharp angles, covering strokes, and a signature that looks as if two people had written it.

Rajkumar R

5

Being Forensic science is at its infant stage in India, SIFS aims to promote the concepts, innovations & ideas in field of forensic to the world in a layman manner .. It's mainly for the future. It's sure that the use of forensic in solving case puzzles will be in a higher rate in future..
Being myself as an advocate, I was keen interest in matters regarding forensic , SIFS opened the door for me .. & of course Ranjeet sir , The backbone of SIFS , he guided me all the way of course not as a trainer , but as a friend .. He just shared max knowledge of him to us... Proud to be a Ranjeet sir student. I owe you for what you are Sir ji.. 

Ephrin S

4

It was a very informative course.

Swati Sinha

5

It was a very informative course. Learnt a lot. This was the best choice i had made. Thanks a lot for this course.  :)

Dr. Debalina Sarkar

5

I think SIFS did an awesome job with this course. An online platform could do such a knowledgeable course wasn’t my imagination at the first place. It was awesome. 

Sheetal

4

Tysm Sir for putting up this course. Much helpful and great experience with instructors guidance and content.

 

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Kratika Mishra

Kratika Mishra

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