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    I am not sure about the dichtomy of introversion vs. extroversion to be defined by the size of your letter, I've seen extroverts with a very tiny handwriting, and introverts with a medium/ big size handwrinting. My mother and I, both introverts (INFP and ISFJ), for example, have a medium size handwriting.

    The J/P dichtomy is really tricky.

    BTW, I agree with the other topics.

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    My writing varies from small to medium depending on what the purpose of it is.
    It also seems balanced 'zone'-wise.
    I'm not sure how to judge how loopy or round my writing is.
    I have no clue about the J/P either...

    This thread might be of interest: http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...ndwriting.html

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    I'm not sure I entirely understand what they mean about upper and middle zones for S vs. N.

    Other than that:
    I vs. E - difficult to answer. Its small in a way but with longish strokes.
    F vs. T - wrong. I don't have loopy, round writing - its more scrawly.
    J vs. P - right. Very loose
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    The size of a person's handwriting indicates the degree of extraversion. The bigger someone writes, the more likely he is an Extravert. With this in mind, you'll notice that actors and actresses tend to have large handwriting whereas the handwriting of scientists and writers, who are more often Introverts, tends to be small.

    I don't write too big, so that fits to me being introverted I guess.

    The emphasis on the lower and middle zones indicates a greater likelihood that a person is a Sensor, while upper zone development means that a person is probably an iNtuitor. This makes sense because the middle and lower zones represent aspects of one's daily life and his physical drives; the upper zone represents intellect, thought, and imagination, qualities often associated with iNtuitors.

    Difficult to say for me... to be honest I don't give too much emphasis on any zone

    Lack of loopiness and angularity is usually found in Thinkers, who look at the facts and essence of an experience; Thinkers are more interested in what happened than who was involved. Feelers, who are more people oriented and emphasize the emotional impact of an experience, have loopier and rounder writing.

    Hm, difficult again... I guess I would fit more the Thinker description here in my handwriting, but I am not entirely sure. I would need an opinion of another person, lol.

    The judger/perceiver trait is the trickiest one to pinpoint in handwriting. In general, Judgers often have controlled writing with letters that stop abruptly, while Perceivers tend to have somewhat looser writing. "

    Well, I don't know what fits to me here either to be honest.


    Maybe I should scan some paper of me and let you analyze it

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    According to this I am an XXXJ. Lol.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    According to this I am an XXXJ. Lol.

    your handwriting's very fancy, i like it

    according to this, i'm a xsfp

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    I've had my handwriting analyzed by a professional, and I've studied graphology for many years. My handwriting is in all 3 zones - upper, middle and lower. It's equal. That means N and S. Not N or S.

    Reading my own handwriting analysis from a professional is like reading a description of several MBTI types put together. Definitely not just one type, that's for sure.

    This page describes the zones:
    http://www.viewzone.com/handwriting3.html

    THE THREE ZONES OF HANDWRITING.

    There are three zones to examine in handwriting. These zones reflect imagination and desires.

    The upper zone
    Reveals intellectual thought, abstract thinking, daydreaming, psychic abilities, and imagination.
    The upper zone indicates philosophical imagination.

    The middle zone
    Deals with the day to day aspects of life, like home, family, paying the bills, work and social concerns.
    The middle zone points to our approach to daily life.

    The lower zone
    Emphasizes physical and material drives such as physical abilities, sex drive, appetite, and the desire for material wealth.
    The lower zone reveals activities essential to survival.

    Concerns in all areas.


    Intellectual thinker.


    Day to day concerns.


    Physical and material drives.




    The emphasis on the lower and middle zones indicates a greater likelihood that a person is a Sensor, while upper zone development means that a person is probably an iNtuitor. This makes sense because the middle and lower zones represent aspects of one's daily life and his physical drives; the upper zone represents intellect, thought, and imagination, qualities often associated with iNtuitors.

    I wouldn't pay attention to what is in that quote above, since it's incomplete and misleading. It's not a case of either/or. There are 3 zones and people can have an emphasis in 1, 2 or 3 zones. It's not a simple dichotomy situation like MBTI.

    I prefer handwriting analysis over MBTI since it doesn't pretend half of the person doesn't exist, nor does it demonize the unconscious. Handwriting, itself, is an extension of our unconscious.

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    ^ so based on this, my handwriting is considered to be more in the upper zone (even though its all over the place )?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    I've had my handwriting analyzed by a professional, and I've studied graphology for many years. My handwriting is in all 3 zones - upper, middle and lower. It's equal. That means N and S. Not N or S.
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    The size of a person's handwriting indicates the degree of extraversion. The bigger someone writes, the more likely he is an Extravert.

    I write rather large & actually have difficulty writing small....so I'd be an E by this measure.

    The Es in my family write even larger than me though, and I noticed more of a P/J difference among family regarding size (all P family members write large, all J ones write smaller).

    The emphasis on the lower and middle zones indicates a greater likelihood that a person is a Sensor, while upper zone development means that a person is probably an iNtuitor.

    I have no idea what "zone" I write in. Since I write large, my letters often take up all the zones

    Lack of loopiness and angularity is usually found in Thinkers, who look at the facts and essence of an experience; Thinkers are more interested in what happened than who was involved. Feelers, who are more people oriented and emphasize the emotional impact of an experience, have loopier and rounder writing.


    I would be a Feeler by this measure also, although I adopted rounded letters in an attempt to write like cartoonists

    The judger/perceiver trait is the trickiest one to pinpoint in handwriting. In general, Judgers often have controlled writing with letters that stop abruptly, while Perceivers tend to have somewhat looser writing.

    A P for this one.

    So I guess my hand writing types me as ExFP....
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