Susanne Shapiro has taught Handwriting Analysis at the University of California at Riverside, at Beverly Hills Adult School and has an ongoing class in Los Angeles. She is presently engaged in screening job applicants through their handwriting and providing private clients with a psychological profile based on their writing sample.

A conscious effort to make handwriting more legible is a sign of wanting to communicate. Legibility is about making sure people can read your writing . And you would be viewed as willing to make clear communication. People who communicate clearly would probably be honest. That is a positive side. On the other hand, the change for better legibility might be intepreted as a conforming act.

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