What makes Danger Between the Lines stand out from other books of its genre is its scientific underpinnings. It is based on a carefully-controlled study conducted at Hawaii State Hospital. In this study estimates of dangerousness made by research psychologists, who had access to clinical information and hospital and police records, correlated at an amazing 0.001 level of statistical significance.
These results clearly indicate that peoples potential for aggressive and violent behavior can be predicted from their handwriting characteristics with a high degree of certainty.
In this study estimates of dangerousness made by research psychologists who had access to clinical information and hospital and police records correlated at an amazingly 0.001 level of statistical significance with those made by graphologists who made their estimates entirely on handwriting samples.
Danger Between the Lines is outstanding for its ability to instruct even the neophyte and its fascinating insights into the minds and motives of many different individuals, both famous and infamous. In all this book makes for very interesting reading and should have wide appeal. I recommend it to anyone interested in psychology or wanting to learn an unobtrusive method for uncovering inclinations for violence.
Heather B. Cattell, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist
Author of The 16PF: Personality in Depth