Marc Seifer, PhD has been a handwriting expert for more than 50 years and was editor-in-chief of The Journal of the American Society of Professional Graphologists for more than a decade. He has been given the most prestigious award in the field the Flandrin-Michon AHAF President’s Lifetime Achievement Award by the American Handwriting Analysis Foundation. He has worked for the Rhode Island Attorney General's Office and Crime Laboratory, the Department of Defense, Undersea Warfare, United Parcel Service, and numerous banks, insurance agencies, and lawyers. He was featured on the History Channel discussing Howard Hughes, Mormon Will, and on Associated Press International TV on the handwriting of Osama bin Laden. He has lectured at Oxford University, Cambridge University, Brandeis, Cranbrook Retreat, and numerous conferences around the world. Dr. Seifer teaches psychology and forensic graphology at Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island. 

Books by Marc Seifer