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DBTL Indicators
From the Danger Between The Lines Manual


Below is a partial list of twenty sample pages describing common indications that give you a flavor for the makeup of the DBTL Manual. Examples are taken from the Primary Indicators (D), Facilitators (F) and Inhibitors (I) of dangerousness as indicated in handwriting.

      Depending upon the frequency and intensity of the danger clues in a writing, Facilitators and Inhibitors may have either a positive or negative impact on the behavior of the writer. The combinations of 'D', 'F' and 'I' factors found in this Website is but a limited sampling of more than 124 total indicators required to reasonably assess an individual's handwriting.

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Actual Psychological and Stroke Definitions.


PRIMARY INDICATORS
[ 10 of 33 Total ]
  D-3 Rocker Personal Pronoun I
  D-5 Disintegration
  D-6 Clubs
  D-8 X Formations
  D-9 Tics
  D-10 Dot Grinding
  D-11 Weapon-Shaped Letters
  D-14 Erratic Pressure
  D-15 Muddiness
  D-32 Distorted Midzone Letters


FACILITATOR INDICATORS
[ 7 of 66 Total ]
  F-7 Erratic Middle Zone Size
  F-8 Increasing Size
  F-19 Downhill Baseline
  F-20 Uphill Baseline
  F-36 Narrow Right Margins
  F-58 Exaggerated Upper Zone
  F-64 Unique Structures


INHIBITOR INDICATORS
[ 4 of 25 Total ]
  I-4 Consistent Baseline
  I-6 Wide Line Spacing
  I-7 Wide Word Spacing
  I-21 Figure 8 Structures

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