Dr. Michelle Doscher offers child forensic interviewing and quantitative handwriting analyses of written statements. Her method indirectly obtains a tangible, time-specific view of a person’s instantaneous thoughts, and nonverbal expressions of truthful and deceptive behavior.
All samples, including baseline writing, must follow research-based protocol collection procedures. Email:Michelle@MindSleuth.usfor written protocol. Written documents may be emailed, texted, or mailed for analysis.
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Michelle Doscher, PhD has 25+ years combined experience in various areas of investigative work, encompassing chemical analyses, crime scene investigations, expert testimony, research and development, forensic interviewing, and instruction/training.
Doscher Graphological Analysis (DGA) offers a scientific approach to deception detection during pre-employment screening, investigations, interrogations, and interviews. The DGA method confirms the presence of nonverbal and verbal behavioral cues. Because human behavior is unique, the DGA method's approach to deception detection is subject-specific; no generalizations from previous correlative studies are considered. The research based method is an indirect quantitative approach to quantifying psychological cues.
Interested in seeing what DGA can do for your agency/firm? Call or email us for your complimentary initial consultation.
Telephone: (800) 910-0270
2009 After a forensic case review of a questionable homicide/suicide, Dr. Doscher began researching various methods of deception detection.
2012 No measurable connection existed between nonverbal and verbal deceptive cues.
2015 -18 Graphological field studies were launched. More than 1100 written statements were analyzed.
2016 Dr. Doscher created a psychodiagnostic tool to differentiate truthful and deceptive handwritten cues, which can be effectively utilized by law enforcement, attorneys, forensic interviewers, human resource managers, loss-prevention investigators,therapists, social workers, private investigators, and private security personnel.
June 2017 Doscher Graphological Analysis, LLC was formed to provide supplemental tangible evidence for interviews, interrogations, and polygraph examinations, further augmenting criminal and civil investigations.
to use the Doscher Graphological Analysis (DGA) method to supplement your pre-employment screens, investigations, interrogations, or interviews.