4. Graphologists want to collaborate with academics.
5. Graphologists are reluctant to collaborate with academics.
6. Various academic disciplines are relevant to graphology They include law, psychology, sociology etc.
7. Graphology has been included in education in different ways: description, Evaluation, Experimentation by staff… By post-graduates… By undergraduates… and even by school pupils.
8. Projects vary in time… 2 hours, 2 weeks, 1 month, one semester rarely longer, and this is a problem
9. Teaching of graphology has taken place at different levels one lecture, short course, up to 3 years part time and full time
Société Française de Graphologie Urbino Lumsa (Rome) Ministry of Education of Argentina Emerson University College, Buenos Aires.
Loughborough; Universidad de Valencia, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Estudios Criminología and Facultad de Medecina), Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca, Universidad de Córdoba, Universidad de Barcelona;
Heidelberg, Cologne, Summer schools Prescott College in Arizona Munich, Fribourg, Hamburg, Bielefeld, Berlin; Messina.
My conclusion is that… Graphology needs to be present in academia… to develop … and to be accepted as a legitimate tool.
Graphology in Academia. An investigation into the inclusion of graphology in education By Nigel Bradley, University of Westminster. Email firstname.lastname@example.org@wmin.ac.uk Prepared for a lecture at the International Graphological Colloquium in Dijon, France 20 April 2002