Inhibitor Indicator
I-7

Wide Word Spacing



PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS

      Indicates that self-control dominates and that the person may be isolated from his or her emotions and from other people. Wide specing between words implies a lack of spontaneity. Thiking and objectivity predominate over feeling. It also suggests loneliness and a need for space. In extreme cases the writer may fear insanity.

STROKE DESCRIPTION

      Spacing between words is wider than normal (more than two times the width of the individual letters).

Examples:

1-Wide Word Spacing: Charles Darwin - English Naturalist

Charles Darwin: (1809-1882) English Naturalist.

2-Wide Word Spacing: Emily Dickenson - American Poet

Emily Dickenson: (1830-1886) American Poet. "Forgive me if I never visit. I am from the fields, you know, and while quite at home with the dandelion, make a sorry figure in the drawing room."

3-Wide Word Spacing: David Livingstone - Scottish Explorer

David Livingstone: (1813-1873) Scottish Explorer of Africa.

4-Wide Word Spacing: Robert Oppenheimer - Physicist

Robert Oppenheimer:
(1904-1967) Physicist and Project Manhattan Leader.


5-Wide Word Spacing: Jonas Salk - Polio Vaccine Developer

Jonas Salk: Developed first Polio Vaccine.

Wide Word Spacing

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