Scientists point out that people with an unattractive letter present a different characteristic to other people.
A study published in the scientific journal "American Journal of Psychology", conducted by experts at the University of Illinois in the United States, revealed interesting facts about what a writer writes about us.
The manuscript reveals more information about the connection between physical and psychological processes than any other voluntary movement.
According to the study, people who have an ugly or bad letter, have a higher IQ compared to those who have a nice letter.
It has been found that an ugly letter helps determine the priority information that is processed on the skill to write it quickly.
This type of people even resort to abbreviations when writing it happens because their brain works faster when processing information than their hands.
In fact, students who get better grades from elementary school to university often write the notes and handwritten examinations sloppy in unfinished text.
However, even though their author is not perfect, the spelling of these people is always correct.
To reach this conclusion, the researchers took samples of children's notes with different IQs.
"Children with bad words showed higher psychic abilities and mental agility than the average, and for them, the information they received was more important than striving for good writing," said Arnold L. Grass, professor of psychology at Yale University.
This is because the brain works faster than the body and people with ugly letters, this feature is larger.
In summary, there are ugly letters or leg feet is a sign of superior mental abilities and greater mental agility.
When the letter becomes unreadable it can signal something more important, such as ability disorder or the ability to write a so called dysgraphia.
This disorder affects the nervous system, especially the neurological circuits responsible for the ability to write or even copy letters and numbers.
People who suffer from it are born with this condition and it is usually identified in childhood, from 8 years of age, when the child has been masters of the ability to write and read.
Although dysgraphia is considered a disorder, it does not inhibit intellectual development and does not imply that the child is less intelligent than others. This can be a common problem even in children who have good oral communication.
It is simply not easy for a person to put on paper what he has learned.
However, you may have problems with school performance due to the difficulty of copying tasks from the clipboard or following the dictation of the teacher.