Thursday, April 30, 2020

Post 2- Graphology

Graphology involves focusing on a person's penmanship to judge character, rather than what they say and how they say it. It's kind of hard to believe that the way someone forms their letters or the way they space their words can affect whether an employer will give them the job. Especially after there have been studies to prove that there's no correlation between people's writing techniques and how well they do their jobs. I also believe that there are just simply some major issues with this tactic. Whether someone's letters are big or small, or close or far apart, is extremely subjective. In my opinion, it is not a fair assessment.

1 comment:

  1. I like that you compared the individual's writing to their spoken word in an attempt to judge character. Things can get lost in translation when going form spoken to written word such as tone, influx, sarcasm, and much more. It's similar to texting. Unless you have a basic understand of who is on the receiving end of the text, it is virtually impossible to positively identify any characteristics about them, let alone something as intimate as personality.