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Inhibitor Indicator

I-21

Figure 8 Structures


PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS

      Indicates adaptability, flexibility, and fluid thinking. Strong coping mechanisms are suggested, as the person is able to come up with quick alternative. Under stress the person can change his or her viewpoint of the situation and adapt accordingly. Figure-eight structures show a way with words. They contribute to communication skills and sometimes relate to talent for writing.

STROKE DESCRIPTION

      Any structure made as a figure-eight, usually 'f', 'g', and 's'.

Examples:

1-Figure 8 Structures: Harry Houdini - Magician

Harry Houdini: (1874-1926) Magician.

2-Figure 8 Structures: Alexander Hamilton - American Philosopher

Alexander Hamilton: (1755-1804) American Statesman.

3-Figure 8 Structures: Henry Stuart Darnley - 2nd Husband of Mary Queen of Scots

Henry Stuart Darnley:
(1545-1567) Second Husband of Mary Queen of Scots.


4-Figure 8 Structures: Benjamin Franklin - American Statesman

Benjamin Franklin: (1706-1790) American Statesman and Philosopher.

Figure 8 Structures

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