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developments of dermatoglyphics research

Since 1823, many scientists have revealed the fact that inner intelligence and fingerprint patterns are related to each other. This concept is accepted by many researchers and has also been a part of many literatures. Fingerprints patters remain the same whole lifetime, unless the forms of disturbances are introduced that change the inherent composition. From then onwards, scientists included dermatoglyphics, embryology, neural science and genetics with the theory of multiple intelligences. Using these, one’s hidden talents and personality can be evaluated and classified accordingly.

  • Marcello Malpighi (1628 - 1694)

    Marcelli is an Italian anatomist and microscopist who explained that the outlines on the tips of fingers as an overall study of human skin. He is also considered as the first man who conducted the study of tissues, a histologist.? Marcelli used microscope for 40 years to explain various types of plants and structures, and also figured out areas of research in pathology, human anatomy and embryology.

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    Dr. Nehemiah Grew (1641 - 1712)

    Dr. Grew was the member of the Royal society and the college of physicians. He illustrated the “innumerable little ridges” in 1684. ?He once stated “if anyone will take the pains, with an indifferent glass to survey the palm of the hand, he may observe many little ridges, of equal bigness and distance, and running everywhere parallel with each other. He also published outstanding and exact drawings of fingerprints and palm areas.

  • Francis Galton (1822-1911)

    Francis Galton was the cousin of Sir Charles Darwin and had wide interests in anthropology, genetics, geology, biology and eugenics. He published 240 papers and 15 books. He has conducted methodical research into the importance and stability of fingerprint patterns not only to exhibit their use of mean as a personal identification but also to display the importance of fingerprints and to mention inherent variations of fingerprints amongst diverse races. The category he proposed of fingerprints was simpler than the one proposed by Prof. Purkinje delineating that only 3 main types of patterns based on the number of triradii found in each pattern. His two works ‘Fingerprints' (1892) and 'Fingerprint Directories' (1895) are considered as standard in the field of dermatoglyphics and stimulated the focus of diverse scientific investigators, such as anthropologists, zoologists, geneticists and criminologists.

  • Sir Edward Henry (1850-1931)

    Sir Edward Henry was the Inspector General of Police of Bengal province in India and also solved the problem of finger print classification. He was influenced by Sir Galton’s book called Finger Prints, and developed his own Henry classification system found worldwide in a few years and a commission was established in the year 1897 to compare Anthropometry to the Henry Classification System.

  • Dr Harold Cummins (1894-1976)

    Dr. Harold Cummins gained worldwide acknowledgement as the “Father of Dermatoglyphics” or the study of ridge patterns found on human hands. His lifetime studies and techniques are known as the Cummins methodology and are widely accepted as a significant tool in mapping out inherent and evolutionary relationships. Cummins methodology is widely used in analysis of the few types of cleft palate, even heart disease, mental retardation and schizophrenia. Regarding other fields, dermatoglyphics is used to assist ethnologic and population studies and also to make positive identifications by police. Dermatoglyphics then became specialized information in the field of study.

  • Julius Spier (1877-1942)

    Julius Spier was a chirologist and psychoanalytic and worked with C.G.Jung. He wrote a book which is renowned widely and acknowledged by professional chirologists all across the globe. His approach to the study of hand was based mainly on his psychoanalytic background. According to him, hand analysis is a way of freeing a person from societal and environmental influences that have concealed our true growth. He published Hands of Children Analysis and Children's Psychological Personality Development using the Dermatoglyphics method.

  • John E. Purkinji 1823

    He was the professor of Anatomy at the University of Breslau and published his thesis on research of fingerprint patterns classification that consisted nine print Categories.

  • Elizabeth Wilson 1920

    Started analyzing the Status of grain scientifically In the University of Columbia by using statistics to check the difference between people with Schizophrenia, low intelligence and normal people.

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