^Barry Beyerstein Q&A. Ask the Scientists. Scientific American Frontiers. [2008-02-22]. "they simply interpret the way we form these various features on the page in much the same way ancient oracles interpreted the entrails of oxen or smoke in the air. I.e., it's a kind of magical divination or fortune telling where 'like begets like.'"
^The use of graphology as a tool for employee hiring and evaluation. British Columbia Civil Liberties Association. 1988 [2008-02-22]. （原始内容存档于2008-02-17）. "On the other hand, in properly controlled, blind studies, where the handwriting samples contain no content that could provide non-graphological information upon which to base a prediction (e.g., a piece copied from a magazine), graphologists do no better than chance at predicting the personality traits"
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