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2016 | 42 | 117-129
Article title

Using graphic productions for identification purposes, and psychological and pedagogical diagnosis

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Languages of publication
EN
Abstracts
EN
The problem raised is important inasmuch as drawing conclusions from handwriting may, in many cases, determine aperson’s fate, which does not only involve opinion mak­ing in criminal or civil cases, but also those related to applying arelevant therapy to aper­son with mental function disorders, or psychiatric and neurological disorders; to proper guidance on achild’s school career or anadult person’s professional career development; to apossibility of undertaking aparticular action, etc. It shall also be highlighted that the following reflections present Polish realities with regard to the raised problems, and they also show some controversies which arise with regard to the selected cognitive methods. The present publication is primarily addressed to practitioners, i.e. persons who – for their professional reasons – hire handwriting experts, and evaluate the opinions issued by such experts, meaning the broadly understood judicial bodies. It can also serve as a teaching aid for students attending forensic, criminal or civil procedure courses.
Year
Volume
42
Pages
117-129
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Contributors
  • Department of Forensic Sciences Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics, University of Wrocław
References
Document Type
Publication order reference
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YADDA identifier
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