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What are the prints on your fingers?

What are the prints on your fingers?
Answer:

The unique combination and shape of the ridges found on your fingers, palms, feets are developed during the babie's 2nd trimester up till the 19th week, which is the same as when the brain's cerebral cortex starts to develop. The prints consists of the concave and convex structures with the convex ridges being permanent throughout each persons life. The development of the prints are regulated by the chromosomes that are unique to each individual's DNA and hence Dermatoglyphics is the study of prints as well as the study on its genetic traits. Dermatoglyphics is fundamentally different from regular palm reading as the statistics and distribution used are extracted from the population with pin-point accuracy.

Are prints hereditary ?

Are prints hereditary ?

Answer:

As finger prints are determined by one's chromosomes, geneticists have found that the arrangement and structure of prints follow a form of polygenetic inheritance. Clinical trials that utilise palm prints are increasingly starting to play an important role in the diagnosis and analysis of hereditary diseases as well as psychological disorders, this has garnered widespread attention in the medical profession. According to substantiated reports thus far, there are more than 10 genetic related disorders (e.g. Dyslexic, autism) observable via the prints evaluation with accuracy as high as 80%.

What does prints have to do with personality traits as well as            learning styles?

What does prints have to do with personality traits as well as learning styles?

Answer:

Before the formation of dermatoglyphics, the dermal layer of the fetal nervous system of the arrangement rules, and thus that the vascular nervous system determines the palm, the formation of fingerprints, which also determines the personality characteristics and the formation of dermatoglyphics have a certain relationship. Because the various functions of the human brain are responsible for different blocks, simply divided into anterior, posterior frontal, parietal, temporal lobe, occipital lobe area, each person may be different blocks of the brain according to the operation of inertia Or intensity of learning characteristics, but also can be due to different characteristics of the appropriate communication or determine the mode of education.

Are there any scientific or medical basis for dermatoglyphic?

Are there any scientific or medical basis for dermatoglyphic?

Answer:

For more than two century, many scientists, doctors, geneticists, embryologists, dermatologies, neurologists had observed and recorded through clinical trials with intelligent theoretical integration, that  dermatoglyphic can be used to accurately evaluate and pin point the child's talent and potential.

Will my prints change?

Will my prints change?

Answer:

No, the first ever recorded finger prints was in 1832 by a Czech national doctor named Parker. He further discovered that the prints on each finger are unique even between the left and right hands. What he also discovered was that although the prints may enlarge itself due to age but the print's structures that contributed to its uniqueness remains unchanged. This phenomenon persists even if the prints are distorted by physical scars, cuts or burns to which the damaged structure will heal itself to revert to its original shape.

What is the importance of dermatoglyphic analysis for people of different ages or different traits?

What is the importance of dermatoglyphic analysis for people of different ages or different traits?

Answer:

The idea is to understand one's talents and potentials through the evaluation and to fully utilize them in life

Children:
To help establish good educational habits, to utilise the best effective methods of education coupled with the correct environment and to hone the skills to which the child is specialised in.

Juveniles : The critical stage where personality traits starts to concrete, to use the best means of communication and to improve the learning capabilities and to improve the EQ of the child.

Teenagers: To understand the independency of the teenager, to help the teenager achieve social approval as well as improved interaction and communication with the family.

High Schoolers :​​ To determine which major or subject is more suitable for the high schooler and to foster that specialisation.

Societies's adults : To determine the best career path choices and to enhance the worker's efficiency at his/her workplace.

Family : To improve mutual understanding as well as increased coherence of situations. Work: To determine if entrepreneurship or employment is the way to go and to allow one to excel in the profession.

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