Italian Grapology, Marco Marchesan’s Interpretation of
Comparative Graphology, common aspects of Italian, French and
Forensic Graphology, working with criminal investigators and
trial lawyers, presenting well-known cases.
Handwriting identification workshop on observation of movement;
New protocols of investigation;
How illness and medication affect handwriting.
Marisa Aloia and Angelo Vigliotti both join us from Italy. Marisa, a
psychologist and psychotherapist with a private practice, has been
working as a psychological graphologist for the judicial system since
the 1980s. She is an expert in cases involving sexual violence against
children. She was the first president of a professional graphological
society in Italy and is also a member of Siena’s University of Legal
Medical Science. She has written five books, organizes and speaks at
national and international conventions, and is frequently interviewed
for weekly magazines. Marisa will be presenting in the morning and the
first two programs in the afternoon.
Angelo is a pediatrician, psychologist and graphologist. His specialty
is medical graphology, and he will be presenting on how illness and
medicine affect handwritng. He is director of the magazine Analysis of
Signs and has written five books on psychographology, including on
infantile violence, the criminal mind, and pediatric graphology, among
• Professional Members and Associates: Free
• Students of Patricia Siegel and Lois Vaisman: $25
• Other attendees: $50
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