Some forensic investigators actually use a form of graphology known as document analysis to compare the handwriting of ransom and suspect notes. Do the lines flow or are they irregular and shaky? This can signify the speed of the writing. Prolonged writing can clue at someone copying the handwriting of another or attempt to alter their own in some other way. Are the words and letters equally spaced out, or are they clustered together? Or, is there seemingly some pattern to the spacing? Is the ratio of width to height consistent in each letter? Does the writer raise the pen from the paper or is the writing continuous? Excessive pen heave can hint at simulation — someone deliberately altering the natural handwriting or copying that of another. Are lowercase and uppercase letters continuous and connected? Are the letters are parts missing or fully-formed? Are the letters printed, cursive, or a combination of both? Is the pen pressure uniform for downward and upward strokes? When is the pressure put in? Do the letters slant to the right or the left, or does this vary? Is the writing on the baseline of the paper, below the line, or above the line? Are there any fancy loops, curls, or anything else unusual in the writing? Investigators might apply all these patterns and structure analysis to gather evidence as it relates to a human being's state of mind, intellect, education, and egotistical tendencies. Many research have been conducted to assess its effectiveness to predict personality, indicate the psychological state at the time of writing, and job performance. Hey, do you want to analyze a person's Handwriting?
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