Fingerprint Analysis

Dermatoglyphics (from ancient Greek derma = "skin," glyph = "carving") is the branch of science in the study of the patterns of skin ( dermal), ridges present on the fingers, toes, and the souls of humanity.

All primates have ridged skin. You can also find it on the paws of certain mammals and some monkey species' tails. In humans and animals, this is present on fingers, palms, toes, and soles.

Characteristically, hair does not grow from this area. The ridging formations serve well to enhance contact and aids in the prevention of slippage. People of African ancestry display reduced skin pigmentation in the designated locations. All studies of the dermal ridge arrangements, including genetics, anthropology, and egyptology, are classified under the term dermatoglyphics.

Though the Study of Fingerprint is Centuries Old, this word was coined by Dr. Harold Cummins, the father of Dermatoglyphics. Dr. Harold Cummins first established the direct relationship between the formation and development of the palm's pattern and the brain's growth in the year 1926.

Cummins methodology was the first technology used to chart out genome and evolutionary relationships. He also published 'Finger Prints, Palms and Soles' in 1943. Ever since, Dermatoglyphics has wide usage in diagnosis and behavior analysis of people with schizophrenia, mental retardation, and many diseases, including heart diseases.

Dermatoglyphics integrated the analysis of brain science, psychology, medicine, genetics, and behavioral science. Based on Dermatoglyphics, one's learning style, thinking, and ability to discover potential abilities and focus could establish learning.

Medical experts and scientists thus discovered that brain cells distributed in different parts of the brain help us understand a person's multiple intelligence and innate potential capabilities and personality. Our fingerprints reveal what we need and how we learn, transforming our lives through holistic education approaches.

The study has a scientific basis, with many years of research. It is analyzed and proven with evidence in anthropology, genetics, medicine, and statistics.

1.1 Feature of Dermatoglyphics:

     •  Uniqueness: Here are no two identical fingerprints. One's ten fingers are not the same.

      Dermatoglyphics style, Striae height, density, quantity, and location of the point are not the same

      for everyone. No individual has ever displayed the same fingerprint from another digit, even if taken

      from the same hand.

     •  Invariance: The raised pattern network of lifetime from birth to death will not change even if it is due

      to the regeneration of the labor dermatoglyphics style, quantity, and profile shape, which is determined

      the same later.

     •  Hereditary: According to science statistics, immediate family members will be more or less the same

      between the Striae. Normal human cells have 23 pairs of chromosomes. If the chromosomes of the

      tree or structure are changed, it will cause the corresponding Striae mutation. Therefore, the striae

      have inherited the mutation.

1.2 Benefits of Dermatoglyphics:

     •    Discover innate strengths and weakness

         Enhance the learning experience by identifying learning styles

         Personalize academic and extra curriculum programs

     •    Minimize time & financial commitments on courses

         Reveal hidden talents

         Build confidence

     •     Improve family relationships

         Make educational and career choices easier

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