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What is Dermatoglyphic?
Dermatoglyphics is the study of Biometric Print / Fingerprint. Fingerprints are unique and are connected with one’s genetic composition and are directly related to our nervous system. In other words, Dermatoglyphics can reveal out innate qualities and talents. Dermatoglyphics has been studies for years in the medical fields, especially when it comes to genetically-linked diseases. The formation of the hands begins very early on in foetal development and fingerprints are also used to identify criminals, and because fingerprint stays for lifetime without any changes, scientists have even successfully taken fingerprints from mummies by carefully re-hydrating the skin.
In our Analysis Process we use Dermatoglyphics (Biometric) as a tool which is Scientifically Approved in the year 1926 after almost 241 years of continuous Research of several Scientists. Dermatoglyphics (Biometric) helps in knowing / determining Brain Profiling.
Dermatoglyphics is the study of the outline or the pattern on fingers and hands. These patterns are distinctive and are related to one’s genetic formation and are closely linked to our nervous system. In simple words, Dermatoglyphics can disclose our inherent qualities and talents. It is analysedand verified with facts in anthropology, genetics, medicine and statistics.
Dermatoglyphics was invented way back in 1926 by Dr. Harold Cummins, who is recognized as a father of Dermatoglyphics, even though the concept of fingerprint identification had been in use for several years. Harold covered each and every aspect of fingerprint analysis starting from anthropology to genetics, from the study of malformed hands to embryology.
Graphs / Patterns / Designs are present on palm of hand and sole of feet of every human and animals. This helps provide information into a critical period of embryogenesis, between fourth to fifth months of pregnancy, when the major organ systems are developing.
Dermatoglyphics refers to epidermal ridges present on the palm, sole, fingers, and toes. These epidermal ridges are formed in the same intrauterine period when neuronal development takes place in the intrauterine life of a foetus. Thus, dermatoglyphics is correlated with genetic abnormalities and is useful in the diagnosis of congenital malformations and many other medical disorders. Everyone has unique fingerprints, even in twins. These fingerprints remain the same lifelong from their development unless they are damaged by dermal injuries. The different regions of our brain are reflected by fingerprints, palm prints, and foot patterns present in the 10 fingers, 10 toes, palmar and plantar surfaces respectively and these dermatoglyphics represent the various regions of brain therefore can be used in dermatoglyphics mental intelligence test (DMIT) and now a day is being used globally.
ft hand represents feelings and reflects the right brain, responsible for self-control and subconsciousness. Right hand represents logic and reasoning, reflects the right brain controlling knowledge, reasoning & thinking.
Dermatoglyphics is the scientific study of fingerprints that started in 1892 when one of the most original biologists of his time, Sir Francis Galton, a cousin of Charles Darwin, published his now classic work on fingerprints.
The study was later termed dermatoglyphics by Dr. Harold Cummins, the father of American fingerprint analysis. Dermatoglyphics is a Greek word, derma means skin and glyph means carving. Dermatoglyphics is the process of taking the impression of papillary ridges of fingertips for analysis. Papillary ridges are confined to the palms and soles and flexure surfaces of the digits. These ridges form narrow parallel or curved arrays separated by narrow furrow. The aperture of sweat ducts opens at regular intervals along the summit of each ridge. Fingerprint is unique for an individual because epidermal ridges are genetically determined, and their pattern remains constant throughout life. So, this has a value in the diagnosis of hereditary disorders as well as identification of an individual. Dermal ridges begin to form around the 13th week of intrauterine life and development is completed by the end of the 21st week and then remains invariable. They follow a polygenic pattern of inheritance. Critical growth of various major organs also occurs during this time period of intrauterine life, especially neuronal development (structure derived from neural ectoderm). So, the ridge pattern can be affected by certain abnormalities of early development including genetic disorders, such as Down syndrome and skeleton malformation, such as polydactyly.
Fingerprint measuring parameters include (i) frequency of ridges in a pattern and (ii) disposition of triradii (junctional area where three sets of parallel ridges meet). Fingerprint ridge pattern can be separated into three major types, arches (5%), loops (70%), and whorls (25%). Arches have no
triradii, loops have one triradii, and whorls have two or more triradii. Whorl pattern is more common on the right hand and males generally have more whorls and few arches than females. A similar pattern is seen in the toe. (Source: Singh A, Gupta R, Zaidi SHH, Singh A. Dermatoglyphics: A Brief Review. Int J Adv Integ Med Sci 2016;1(3):111-115. )
Dermatoglyphics Analysis is an integration of brain science, medicine, genetics, psychology and behavioural science. Through nearly five centuries of observation and study of genetic medicine, amount and distribution of neurons is reflected in a regular pattern on our fingerprints. According to European and American experts, they found that fingerprints show different kinds of characteristics, even with monozygotic (identical) twins, their fingerprints are different. At the same time, the same fingerprints will appear again after healing of wound, if the injury has not affected the cells. Medical experts, with observation, recording, comparison, induction and other methods, and clinical experiences, confirmed that fingerprints provide accurate analysis of a person’s multiple intelligences and potential. Experts who study dermatoglyphics believe that
fingerprints (dermatoglyphic) were marks of embryonic nerves, which may reflect one’s genetic potential. If we understand our own qualities and nurture according, it will tremendously help in terms of career development, managing emotions, increase concentration, and improve interpersonal skills.
If there is lack of nurturing to foster development of genetic strengths, these strengths will be hindered. Vice versa, practice may strengthen one’s weaknesses, regardless of how much potential this person has. Therefore, understanding the analysis of a child’s dermatoglyphic may help parents to nurture their children based on their personality, strengths and weaknesses, so to add to his strengths and improve areas of weaknesses.
The following 11 patterns that appear on our fingerprints generally explain one’s personality, each pattern on each different finger may be explained differently with different analysis. After reading this article, you may look at your child’s fingerprints and identify their personality, strengths, and weaknesses. You may do this even with infants!
Dermatoglyphics Analysis is based on the formation and the number of ridges on the fingerprints; dermatoglyphics analysis tells us one’s style of learning and thinking. Everyone has his/her unique fingerprints; the brain pattern grows simultaneously with the fingerprints. Each finger represents different abilities, and each pattern has its own definition. Statistics show that the accuracy rate of dermatoglyphics analysis can be up to 85%.
Dermatoglyphic is like a map that leads one to understand his own potential and talents. Everyone inherits innate intelligence from their parents. And everybody genetic parents and have the innate intelligence from their parents. If one’s intelligence gets no opportunity to be inspired and further developed, there is no way for one to develop a full range of intelligence of memory, understanding, reasoning, analysis, integration, and application. By analysing Dermatoglyphic, we can accurately understand the distribution and number of cells in the left and right brain of the cell and predict where the potential lies. Although everyone is bored with strengths and weaknesses; if they are identified early, we may further develop the strengths and improve our weakness, so that the left and right brain may grow in a more balanced and blend way.
Dermatoglyphics in Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Test
Dermatoglyphics analysis is a quantitative analysisby the combination of new computer technology andscience using Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Test
(DMIT) software. By scanning and comparing the fingerprintpatterns, nowadays, we can find out theinborn advantages and can give suggestions according toeach person’s own characteristics with no bias.Theory of Multiple Intelligence (MI) was proposed byProf. Howard Gardner of Harvard University (1983),defining the various kinds of mental intelligence likelinguistic, musical, logical (mathematical), visual/spatial,bodily/kinaesthetic, intrapersonal, interpersonal, andnaturalistic, of which a child may stand out. Theory ofMI34,35 of Howard Gardner made a strong impact on manyeducators all over the world of providing opportunitiesfor authentic learning based on the students’ needs,interests, and talents. Many academic institutions arenow restructuring their curriculum according to theseintelligences.
Development of fingerprints of a person is directlyassociated with the development of the brain, and intelligenceis too closely associated with the developmentof the brain. Therefore, by studying the fingerprints of aperson, the forms and manifestation of various types ofintelligences can be determined by DMIT.
Guidance and counselling offices of various academicinstitutions may use DMIT to critically assess the inherentacumen and aptitude of the students enrolled in theirprograms and to assist in the continual mapping of thegrowth and development of the students’ talent, attitude,and skills along an educational gradient. Teachers mayuse the DMIT into guiding students with their innatelearning style and study skills. Academic institutionsmay use DMIT to enhance their career guidance program.
Dermatoglyphics mental intelligence test may be usedas a measure for the student’s goal-setting behaviour andfor their present and future lifestyles/expectations. It isneeded to strengthen the self-confidence and self-esteemof students by identifying their innate abilities and guidethem to a more happy and satisfied life. There is also a needto train teachers so that they serve as the best facilitatorsto nurture their students toward their life purpose. Theywould be able to guide them based on the innate findingsof each student and create opportunities for them as wellas treat each child differently based on their personality. (Source: International Journal of Advanced & Integrated Medical Sciences, July-September 2016;1(3):111-115)
Dermatoglyphic analysis may help:
- In terms of personal growth:
- Strengthen interpersonal communication and interaction skills
- Know how to appreciate people
- Improve relations between the sexes
- Enhance EQ and AQ
- Discover one’s unique gift(s)
- Improve career
- Enhance the sense of the value of life and happiness
- In terms of education:
- Multiple intelligence assessment for children
- Parent-child communication and education
- Target at talents
- Personalized education
- Identified one’s gifted area(s)
- Select a major that best fit one’s desired career path
- For enterprises:
- Assessment of job competency and execution style
- Plan education and training
- Explore the potential of employee
- Interpersonal communication and interaction