(PRWEB) April 16, 2005
"Although we may not typically make an association between handwriting analysis and dementia," says Jerral Sapienza, author of the new book The Hand Behind the Word. "Handwriting can be useful for monitoring the onset of dementia (Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, etc.) as well as the efficacy of drugs and therapies in the treatment and progression of the disease. Dementia is a degeneration of brain function and personality. Handwriting analysis is a reflection of what's going on in the brain and personality at any point in time. Handwriting changes as we change and is always a reflection of the present. It can be an immediate, inexpensive diagnostic tool unlike brain scans or complicated personality inventories."
The Hand Behind the Word is a basic handwriting analysis sourcebook for teambuilding and matchmaking, general curiosities and self-help enthusiasts as well as counselors, researchers and hiring managers. Full of examples and discussions about form, structure and interpretation of handwriting, The Hand Behind the Word is also the only handwriting book to include the JAQS Style sample and its meaning and interpretation of numbers or digits, the single most common form of handwriting.
Media contacts and talk show hosts are invited to request a review copy of the book and/or schedule an interview. Sapienza is available for corporate trainings, research consultation and custom events. Please visit http://www.HandBehindTheWord.com or phone +1 (541) 343-1202.
LLX Press books available at your local bookseller, online from Amazon.com and direct from LLX Press.
-- Urgent Whispers: Care of the Dying ISBN 0-971-71070-8 $14.95, 4.25" x 7", 152 pages.
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