Inhibitor Indicator

I-6

Wide Line Spacing



PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS

      Lack of contact with inner feelings. Does not allow self to be influenced by inner feelings and can therefore be quite objective. Tends to feel isolated from others.

STROKE DESCRIPTION

      Extra wide spacing between lines (more than three times the height of midzone letters). No loops interfere with lines above or below.

Examples:

1-Wide Line Spacing: Albert Einstein - Physicist

Albert Einstein: (1879-1955) American (German-born) Physicist.

2-Wide Line Spacing: Mark Twain - American Writer and Satirist

Mark Twain:
(Samuel Clemens - 1835-1910) American Writer and Satirist.


3-Wide Line Spacing: Karl Menninger - Psychciatrist

Dr. Carl Menninger: (1893-1990) Psychciatrist.

4-Wide Line Spacing: Louisa May Alcott - American Authoress

Louisa May Alcott: (1832-1888) American Authoress

5-Wide Line Spacing: Sai Baba - Indian Religious Leader

Sai Baba: (?-2004) Indian Religious Leader.

Wide Line Spacing

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