IJSSH 2017 Vol.7(9): 635-639 ISSN: 2010-3646
doi: 10.18178/ijssh.2017.V7.898

Understanding Changing Trends to Study Human Behavior through Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment through Dermatoglyphics

Arjun Hurray
Abstract—This study aims to determine the following-Working potential of the 10 lobes of the brain putting them in ranks starting from 1 to 10 using forensic prescribed methods: This will help each individual be able to understand the natural genius zones hence avoiding any “trial & errors” leading to competitive failures resulting in a stressful life. The potential will help us guide each individual to their strengths & understand their natural weaknesses. All solutions: academic/ professional/ life compatibility along with challenge acceptance & reaction to certain situations can be assessed by using the science- Dermatoglyphics. Behavioral patterns reflected on the fingerprints as per dermatoglyphic studies: Each fingerprint reveals a character trait. Each finger is a representative of one lobe of the brain. Basically understanding of the fingerprints will help us know the “key” to operating the particular lobe activity. Assessment of naturally induced triggers leading to stresses/ psychotic behaviors &health deterrent tendencies based on dermatoglyphics: Once the working potential of the brain is evaluated it becomes easy to reach the root cause of the triggers- hence a solution can also be provided from the root itself. One of the findings suggests that people with more whorls are self-starters while people with more loops need handholding. Another finding shows that people having radial fingerprints are critical evaluators in connecting lobe characters.

Index Terms—Character traits, dermatoglyphics, fingerprint patterns, ten lobes, qualitative assessment, quantitative assessment.

Arjun Hurra is with the School of Liberal Studies, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, India (e-mail: hurraarjun@gmail.com).

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Cite: Arjun Hurray, "Understanding Changing Trends to Study Human Behavior through Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment through Dermatoglyphics," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 7, no. 9, pp. 635-639, 2017.

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