Sexual Deviations as Seen in Handwriting

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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Contents viii
  • Foreword x
  • Foreword xi
  • Foreword xii
  • Foreword xiv
  • Foreword xvi
  • Introduction Types of Deviation 1
  • Part I Psychosexual Development and Deviations 3
  • Chapter 1 Freud's Phases of Psychosexual Development 7
  • Chapter 3 Fetishists and Transvestites 19
  • Chapter 4 Sadomasochists 29
  • Chapter 5 Exhibitionists and Voyeurs 42
  • Chapter 6 Transsexualism 51
  • Chapter 7 Pedophilia 57
  • Chapter 8 Monsters: Criminals Among Sexual Deviants 59
  • Part II Homosexuality 71
  • Background Note 72
  • Chapter 9 Theories of Homosexuality 74
  • Chapter 10 Characteristic Elements in the Handwriting of Homosexuals 93
  • Chapter 11 Creative Women 114
  • Chapter 12 Creative Men 139
  • Chapter 13 - Some More Creative Men 207
  • Appendix A: Supplemental Graphological Analyses of Homosexuals 260
  • Appendix B: Supplemental Graphological Analyses of Lesbians 318
  • Appendix C 354
  • Notes 366
  • Glossary 368
  • Bibliography 403
  • Index 406
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