AAHA Recommended Reading List
* AAHA publications. Available by contacting our President:
Cindy Cheaves at email@example.com
Unfortunately, some of the finest texts our profession has to offer are no longer in print. It is a concern that they will eventually be forgotten, and students will never know their outstanding value and uniqueness. AAHA considers the following books to be academically irreplaceable and encourages every member to search for used copies of:
You are highly encouraged to familiarize yourself with the Physiology of handwriting; basic Neurology; Research Procedures and Statistics and Psychology.
Your background in psychology might include (but not be limited to) the contributions of Alfred Adler, Erik Erikson, Sigmund Freud, Eric Fromm, Karen Horney, Carl Jung and Abraham Maslow. The intention is to become familiarize with various theories of personality development.
Investigating various schools of thought; counseling and therapy techniques; descriptions of mental and emotional disturbances and personality typologies will enable you to better understand the conflicts that exist in a handwriting and in the writer’s personality. AAHA is NOT suggesting you diagnose mental, physical or emotional ills without a degree or license to do so. It is merely suggesting that you take full advantage of every opportunity to broaden your knowledge of human behavior.
Online Study Group
Our online study group meets on the first Saturday of each Month. We connect to share samples, hear lectures, and celebrate achievements together. It is FREE, to all members and guests may come twice to check it out! We hope you will join us! Contact Dave Grayson for details at firstname.lastname@example.org
Classes and Refreshers
Currently a Graphology Class is available live every Monday at Noon Eastern. (The recordings of these classes, along with any lesson handouts and homework, can be found on this website: >Members, >Members Only (login required), >Educational Videos.
These are free to all AAHA Members! Join anytime, or take the class by video and email your homework and questions to AAHA President Cindy Cheaves at email@example.com.
Additionally, every now and again, one of our members may conduct an online course in Graphology. Stay tuned for more details when they are actively seeking students to fill a class.