Correlation between MBTI and Handwriting?

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This is a discussion on Correlation between MBTI and Handwriting? within the Myers Briggs Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; Just curious. Can / does handwriting have any correlation? I'll scan some of my handwriting later if needed....

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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Correlation between MBTI and Handwriting?

    Just curious. Can / does handwriting have any correlation?

    I'll scan some of my handwriting later if needed.



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    I just wrote stuff.
    Attachment 82798

    In case you can't read my writing:
     
    "Hello, I am hailfire the ISTP. I am not entirely inclined to believe that MBTI type has much, if any, correlation with how one's handwriting appears, but I'm not very sure. I'd go with "maybe."

    Also OP, do you mean in terms of neatness, style, or other writing habits such as preferring pencil or pen? Or if pen, what color or type of ink? Are you also referring to the size of the handwriting maybe with or without any regard to what the person is saying?"

    - I'll also add the question of whether you'd include other things such as scratching things out a lot, or whether they prefer printing or cursive? Or just the visual aspects of their writing no matter which way they preferred to write?

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    INFJ - The Protectors

    Quote Originally Posted by hailfire View Post
    I just wrote stuff.
    Attachment 82798

    In case you can't read my writing:
     
    "Hello, I am hailfire the ISTP. I am not entirely inclined to believe that MBTI type has much, if any, correlation with how one's handwriting appears, but I'm not very sure. I'd go with "maybe."

    Also OP, do you mean in terms of neatness, style, or other writing habits such as preferring pencil or pen? Or if pen, what color or type of ink? Are you also referring to the size of the handwriting maybe with or without any regard to what the person is saying?"

    - I'll also add the question of whether you'd include other things such as scratching things out a lot, or whether they prefer printing or cursive? Or just the visual aspects of their writing no matter which way they preferred to write?
    The visual aspects of the person's preferred method of writing.

    Thanks for posting yours :D

    I'll post something sometime.
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    ESTP - The Doers

    I don't have an example for you but I can tell you about it. My handwriting doesn't have a slant, more vertical. I have big big capitals and loop the sticks on letters. I press down too hard on the page. My lower case arches on n's, m's and h's aren't curvy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monemi View Post
    I don't have an example for you but I can tell you about it. My handwriting doesn't have a slant, more vertical. I have big big capitals and loop the sticks on letters. I press down too hard on the page. My lower case arches on n's, m's and h's aren't curvy.
    So in short(er), you write the complete opposite as me XD

    When you talk about the arches, you mean to say you write them more square like?

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    ESTP - The Doers

    Quote Originally Posted by hailfire View Post
    So in short(er), you write the complete opposite as me XD

    When you talk about the arches, you mean to say you write them more square like?
    II found this example online below. The m's, n's, r's and h's are just like mine. Sort of more pointy than arching. The circles in my e's, o's and a's are larger though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monemi View Post
    II found this example online below. The m's, n's, r's and h's are just like mine. Sort of more pointy than arching. The circles in my e's, o's and a's are larger though.

    Oh, I see now. I really don't know why I was thinking of them appearing more akin to squares than triangles.

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    INTJ - The Scientists

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    INTP - The Thinkers

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    Handwriting has probably little correlation with the MBTI and far more correlation with motor skills and to a degree, gender, because of what activities each gender is supposed to perform that will improve certain motor skills over others.
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