The word Dermatoglyphics is derived from an ancient Greek word. ‘Derma’ means skin and ‘glyphics’ mean prints or carvings. Dermatoglyphics is usually associated with the study of fingerprints. The term was coined by Professor Harold Cummins, MD, who is considered the Father of Dermatoglyphics.
Roger Wolcott Sperry’s research on Split-Brain made him come up with Brain Dominance, when he discovered that one hemisphere of the brain is more dominant than the other. He received a Nobel Prize in 1981 for his research.
Discover Brain DMIT combines all this scientific research and the data derived from fingerprint scans with the theory of multiple intelligences which was framed by Prof Howard Gardner. The theory of multiple intelligences emphasizes on the correlation among abilities. According to Prof. Howard Gardner, human intelligence is divided into eight different types of intelligences. Every human being is born with certain strong intelligences and certain weak ones. Discover Brain DMIT aims at discovering and enhancing the strong intelligences, and providing remedial measures for the weaker ones.
Discover Brain DMIT report is a 41- pages profile of an individual that covers the most dominant inborn learning pattern of individuals/students. It uses Neil Fleming’s VAK model to identify the different learning styles of students. VAK stands for Visual Learners, Auditory Learners, and Kinaesthetic Learners respectively.
The reports are interpreted by counsellors who give advice regarding the student’s strong intelligences and how to enhance them and discuss about the student’s weak intelligences and how to improve them. The report is a one-time generated report that is valid for a lifetime. Based on the intelligences, the bet suited career options are brought to the notice of the individuals/students.Visit Website Register For DMIT