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GOG BRAIN MAP PRESENTATION

  1. 1. HELP YOUR CHILD TO CHOOSE CAREER BY CHOICE NOT BY CHANCE…
  2. 2. •GOG is one of the very few companies in India which have their own dedicated back-end software support.•GOG is involved in the Direct Selling concept, development and marketing ofdermatoglyphics based multiple intelligence analysis products•GOG is also involved with imparting training in Multiple Intelligence certificationprograms and memory training programs called Mnemonics•GOG is affiliated to various international associations such as the AmericanPsychological Association and the Dermatoglyphics based Multiple IntelligenceResearch Council, UAE•GOG is presently operating in the states of Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Karnataka,Maharashtra, Himachal.
  3. 3. AT THE END OF THIS PROGRAM, YOU WILL BEAT THE END OF THIS PROGRAM, YOU WILL BEABLE TO :ABLE TO : Understand : ASPIRATION vs. REALITY Understanding “NEED” of an individual Need for Talent identification and grooming Benefits of timely Talent identification Understand the Structure of Brain Understand Brain Functioning Understand the concept of Brain Dominance Understand the Concept of Multiple Intelligence Understand Multiple Intelligences in DetailOBJECTIVEOBJECTIVE
  4. 4.  Understand Learning Styles and Acquiring Styles Understand Personality Types Understand the concept of Dermatoglyphics Understand the need for D-MI-A Apply Multiple Intelligence to Career Selection Apply Multiple Intelligence in Decision making Understand the tool of Dermatoglyphics Understand a D-MI-A report Counsel on a D-MI-A reportAT THE END OF THIS PROGRAM, YOU WILL BEAT THE END OF THIS PROGRAM, YOU WILL BEABLE TO :ABLE TO :OBJECTIVEOBJECTIVE
  5. 5. TAKE A LOOK AT THEFOLLOWING STATS :
  6. 6. In India more than 14000students commit suicide everyyear*Research proves that 80%of the students are understressThe same research states thatparents are a key reason forthisNEED FOR INTELLIGENCE ASSESSMENTNEED FOR INTELLIGENCE ASSESSMENT
  7. 7. ALSO CONSIDER THIS :1. On an average, a parent spends around Rs. 8 lacs on theeducation of their child for simple graduation (from 1sttoGraduation) without even being 10% sure whether this is beingspent in the right direction2. As per a report in TOI, 46% students change their subjects ingraduation from what they did in their 10+2. This does not includethe dropouts who quit after 10+2.3. On an average, 38 students commit suicide EVERYDAY due toeducation/exam related stress. And these are just the reportedfigures.NEED FOR INTELLIGENCE ASSESSMENTNEED FOR INTELLIGENCE ASSESSMENT
  8. 8. THE PRESENTSCENARIOFROM A PARENTS’ VIEWWhat Actuallyis required?The Present ScenarioFROM A PARENTS’ VIEW
  9. 9. WHAT ACTUALLYIS REQUIRED?
  10. 10. MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE BENEFITSMULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE BENEFITSCONSIDER HAVING A BRAIN MAP IN YOUR HAND TOFIND A WAY OUT OF THE ABOVE SITUATIONS…YOU COULD SAVE A PARENT AND A CHILD THE TIME,MONEY, EFFORT, STRESS AND ALSO SPARE EVERYONETHE TORTURE OF BEING BRANDED A FAILURE IN LIFE.ALL THIS JUST BY HAVING A SIMPLE ANALYSIS DONE !!THE MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS
  11. 11. BRAINBRAINAND THE 3 BASIC DIVISIONSAND THE 3 BASIC DIVISIONS
  12. 12. REPTILIAN BRAIN(The Brain Stem)Controls many basic functions including breathing, heart rate,and instinct etc.Also controls other primitive instincts--your sense of territory.It helps explain why anger is difficult to control because it isoften a result either of feeling threatened or of someonetrying to take away something you think is yours.
  13. 13. THE MAMMALIAN BRAIN(The Limbic System)• Controls your hormones, thirst,hunger, metabolism, immunefunction, and important part oflong-term memory.• This part of our brain thatcontrols emotions also controlshealth.EmotionMemoryHealth
  14. 14. THE THINKING BRAIN(Neocortex)HANDLES SEEING, HEARING, CREATING, THINKING,TALKING AND ALL HIGHER INTELLIGENCES.THE PART OF BRAIN THATMAKES US MOST HUMAN,THAT MAKES HUMANS AUNIQUE SPECIES.Human prefrontal lobes exercise judgment,planning, and higher order thinking. Since thisarea also linked strongly to limbic system it isalso where we develop compassion, altruism,and a sense of justice.It is the thinking brain that has given humanbeing the capacity of adaptation.
  15. 15. NERVOUS SYSTEMNERVOUS SYSTEM
  16. 16. The NEURON has three mainparts:•DENDRITE•CELL BODY•AXONEvery Nerve Cell can have 1000-10000SynapseNEURONS OR NERVE CELLSNEURONS OR NERVE CELLS
  17. 17. HIGHER THE SYNAPTIC CONNECTIONS AMONGNEURONS HIGHER THE EFFICIENCY IN THATFUNCTIONSYNAPSES
  18. 18. TRAINABILITY OF BRAIN
  19. 19. BRAIN LOBESBRAIN LOBES
  20. 20. Dr. Roger W. SperryIn 1960, Dr. Roger W. Sperry and his colleagues carried out astudies on Left and Right hemisphere phenomena.The results of this study later led to Roger Sperry beingawarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1981.The study demonstrated that the left and right hemispheresare specialized in different tasks.Further, in 1986, Dr. Rita Levi_Montalcini and Dr. StanleyCohen were awarded the Nobel Prize for their ground-breaking research which established the co-relation betweenNerve Growth Factor and Epidermal Growth Factor whichforms the scientific basis of the study of Dermatoglyphics in itspresent form.THE SCIENCE BEHIND ITTHE SCIENCE BEHIND IT
  21. 21. LEFT VS RIGHT BRAINLEFT VS RIGHT BRAIN
  22. 22. LEFTRIGHT
  23. 23. Look at the chart and say the COLOR not the wordYELLOW BLUE ORANGEBLACK RED GREENPURPLE YELLOW REDORANGE GREEN BLACKBLUE RED PURPLEGREEN BLUE ORANGEYour right brain tries to say the color butyour left brain insists on reading the wordLEFT BRAIN Vs. RIGHT BRAIN
  24. 24. NOW TRY AGAIN !!This time its easier since there is NOCONFLICT between LEFT & RIGHT BRAIN!!LEFT BRAIN Vs. RIGHT BRAIN
  25. 25. Also, it claims that EVERYONE IS INTELLIGENT IN ATEVERYONE IS INTELLIGENT IN ATLEAST EIGHT DIFFERENT WAYSLEAST EIGHT DIFFERENT WAYS and can develop eachaspect of intelligence to an average level of competency.Intelligence, as defined by Gardner, is the ability to solveproblems or fashion products that are valuable in one ormore cultural settings.Howard GardnerThe theory of multiple intelligences is HowardGardner’s theory that proposes that peopleare not born with all of the intelligence theywill ever have. It says that intelligence can belearned throughout life.
  26. 26. MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCESMULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES Linguistic intelligenceLinguistic intelligence ("word smart")("word smart") Logical-mathematical intelligenceLogical-mathematical intelligence (“reasoning smart")(“reasoning smart") Spatial intelligenceSpatial intelligence ("picture smart")("picture smart") Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligenceBodily-Kinesthetic intelligence ("body smart")("body smart") Musical intelligenceMusical intelligence ("music smart")("music smart") Interpersonal intelligenceInterpersonal intelligence ("people smart")("people smart") Intrapersonal intelligenceIntrapersonal intelligence ("self smart")("self smart") Naturalist intelligenceNaturalist intelligence ("nature smart")("nature smart")
  27. 27. Linguistic Intelligence (Word Smart)(Word Smart) is the capacity to uselanguage, your native language, and perhaps other languages, toexpress whats on your mind and to understand other people.CRITERIA USED FOR LINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCECRITERIA USED FOR LINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCECAN UNDERSTAND WORDS AND MANIPULATE THE STRUCTURE OFLANGUAGEHAS HIGHLY DEVELOPED COMMUNICATION SKILLS INCLUDINGWRITING, SPEAKING, AND STORY-TELLINGKNOWS AND CORRECTLY USES RULES OF GRAMMARENJOYS READING, WRITING, AND SPEAKINGHAS A LARGE VOCABULARYLINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCELINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCE
  28. 28. THOSE WHO ARE NOT STRONG IN THISTHOSE WHO ARE NOT STRONG IN THISAREAS MAYAREAS MAYSTRUGGLE AT THEIR SCHOOL WORK.STRUGGLE AT THEIR SCHOOL WORK.LINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCELINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCE COMMUNICATION SPEAKING READING WRITING LISTENING LANGUAGES VERBAL MEMORY STRUCTURE OFLANGUAGE
  29. 29. ACTIVITY :•Look at your Partner for 30 seconds•Now in the next 1 minute, try and write asmany points as possible. WRITE IN POINTSONLY.LINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCELINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCE
  30. 30. PREFERRED CAREER OPTIONS FOR HIGHPREFERRED CAREER OPTIONS FOR HIGHLINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCELINGUISTIC INTELLIGENCE TypistTypist NovelistNovelist TeacherTeacher ComedianComedian PoliticianPolitician OratorOrator ActorActor AuthorAuthor JournalistJournalist PoetPoet Play writerPlay writer Radio AnnouncerRadio Announcer AnchorAnchor News ReaderNews Reader Speech Pathologist (oneSpeech Pathologist (onewho interprets)who interprets)
  31. 31. ACTIVITIES THESE PEOPLE WOULD ENJOYACTIVITIES THESE PEOPLE WOULD ENJOYOR BE COMFORTABLE DOINGOR BE COMFORTABLE DOING
  32. 32. LOGICAL-MATHEMATICAL INTELLIGENCELOGICAL-MATHEMATICAL INTELLIGENCEPeople with strong Logical Intelligence are able to identify a problemand solve it right there on the spot. People with this intelligence thinkby reasoning, and they love experimenting, questioning, figuring outlogical puzzles, and calculating.Logical-mathematicalintelligence is the capacityto use numbers effectivelyand reason well. Someonewho has this kind ofintelligence is ABLE TOABLE TOSEE CAUSE ANDSEE CAUSE ANDEFFECT REALLYEFFECT REALLYWELLWELL;
  33. 33. LOGICAL MATHEMATICAL INTELLIGENCELOGICAL MATHEMATICAL INTELLIGENCE PATTERNS PROBLEM SOLVING LOGIC REASONING NUMBERS RECOGNITION SCIENTIFIC THINKING INVESTIGATION COMPLEX CALCULATIONTHIS INTELLIGENCE IS VERY IMPORTANT AT SCHOOL,THIS INTELLIGENCE IS VERY IMPORTANT AT SCHOOL,AND IN TAKING STANDARDIZED TESTSAND IN TAKING STANDARDIZED TESTS
  34. 34.  Accountant Actuary Auditor Banker Bookkeeper Businessperson Computer Analyst C A ComputerProgrammer Economist Legal Assistant Mathematician Purchasing Agent Science Researcher Science Teacher Statistician Technician UnderwriterPREFERRED CAREER OPTIONS FOR PEOPLE WITHPREFERRED CAREER OPTIONS FOR PEOPLE WITHHIGH LOGICAL INTELLIGENCEHIGH LOGICAL INTELLIGENCE
  35. 35. ACTIVITIES LOGICALLY INTELLIGENT PEOPLEACTIVITIES LOGICALLY INTELLIGENT PEOPLEENJOYENJOY
  36. 36. SPATIAL INTELLIGENCESPATIAL INTELLIGENCESpatial intelligence is thebrain’s ability to perceive andinterpret visual stimuli. Inother words, it’s how ourminds process what we see.Although not veryrecognized, spatialintelligence is very importantin the arts and in everydaylife.
  37. 37. WHY IS SPATIAL INTELLIGENCEWHY IS SPATIAL INTELLIGENCEIMPORTANT ?IMPORTANT ?The way we visually perceive andinterpret the world around us isan important quality to have. Inarts, the ability to transfer avision to a painting, sculpture, orfilm is a key quality. Careers suchas architecture, require a personto transfer a vision of a structureinto a blueprint. Spatialintelligence is even used byaverage people to remembersmall, but important facts; likehow to travel from your school toyour house.Spatial Intelligence isbasically the understandingof : Shape/Design Color Distance Speed
  38. 38.  Sketch Mental Image Strong Visual Memory Sense of Direction Hand-eye co-ordination Space Distance Measurement Photography Imagination VisualizationThese people are visionary andoften are lost in their ownthought, ideas and imagination.SPATIAL INTELLIGENCESPATIAL INTELLIGENCE
  39. 39.  PilotPilot Space ScientistSpace Scientist ArchitectArchitect Cartographer (Map maker)Cartographer (Map maker) DraftsmanDraftsman Civil EngineerCivil Engineer Fine ArtistFine Artist Graphic DesignerGraphic Designer Fashion DesignerFashion DesignerSPATIAL INTELLIGENCESPATIAL INTELLIGENCEPREFERRED CAREER OPTIONSPREFERRED CAREER OPTIONS Interior DesignerInterior Designer InventorInventor PainterPainter PhotographerPhotographer Advertising ProfessionalAdvertising Professional SculptorSculptor SurveyorSurveyor Urban PlannerUrban Planner Wedding PlannerWedding Planner
  40. 40. LESSON PLANNING ACTIVITIES FORLESSON PLANNING ACTIVITIES FORSPATIAL INTELLIGENCESPATIAL INTELLIGENCEBrochure MakingPaintingClay Molding
  41. 41. MUSICAL INTELLIGENCEMUSICAL INTELLIGENCEIf you are musically intelligent, you areable to: Perceive Discriminate Transform ExpressAll kinds of musical and sound formsBeing musically intelligent means that you are able to distinguish thesounds around you and that you have the ability to make your ownmelodies. Even if you are only singing a song or making music, you are usingyour musical intelligence!
  42. 42. Exposure to music can help kids increase their coordination,understand their culture, relax, and even improve theirmathematical skills!MUSICAL INTELLIGENCEMUSICAL INTELLIGENCE
  43. 43. MUSICAL INTELLIGENCEPREFERRED CAREER OPTIONS Song Writer Performing Musician Piano Turner Singer Musical Theater Actor Studio Engineer Instrument Manager Rapper Advertising Agent Conductor Disc Jockey Instrument Maker Composer Music Teacher Sound Engineer Music Therapist
  44. 44. BODILY-KINESTHETICINTELLIGENCEIt is expertise in using one’s whole body toexpress ideas and feelings.Examples: acting, dancing, sports, and using bodylanguageANDIt is the ability to use one’s hands to produceor transform things.Examples: sculpting clay and hands-on learning
  45. 45.  Hand Movement Body Movement Physical Activities Sport Dance Exercise Horse Riding Swimming Gym LoverThis intelligence is the key requirement forbecoming a sports person or dancer.BODILY-KINESTHETICINTELLIGENCE
  46. 46. BODILY-KINESTHETIC INTELLIGENCEPREFERRED CAREER OPTIONS Cricketer Actor Athelete DancerChoreographer Craftsmen Drama Inventor Jeweler Mechanical Engineer P E Teacher Recreational Director
  47. 47. Love Dancing Running Jumping Building Touching GesturingNeed Role play Drama Movement Things to build Sports and physical games Tactile (touchable) experiences Hands-on learning
  48. 48. INTERPERSONALINTELLIGENCEINTERPERSONAL INTELLIGENCE, (PEOPLESMART), IS UNDERSTANDING OTHER PEOPLE.PEOPLE IN THIS CATEGORY ARE GENERALLYSENSITIVE TO THE MOODS AND EMOTIONS OFOTHERS AND HAVE THE ABILITY TO CO-OPERATEIN ORDER TO WORK AS PART OF THE GROUP.THEY COMMUNICATE WELL AND ARE GENERALLYPART OF TEAMS EITHER AS LEADERS ORFOLLOWERS.
  49. 49.  Understanding others Extroverts Social Workers Friendly Groups Leaders Speakers Discussion DebateEITHER LEADERS OR FOLLOWERS, THEYLEARN BEST BY WORKING WITH OTHERSAND OFTEN ENJOY DISCUSSION ANDDEBATEINTERPERSONALINTELLIGENCE
  50. 50. INTELLIGENCEPREFERRED CAREER OPTIONS Administrator Anthropologist Arbitrator Counselor Nurse Politician Teachers/Principals Public Relations Salesperson Sociologist Therapist Travel Agent Religious Leader Psychologist/Doctors Multi-level Marketing
  51. 51. INTERPERSONALLY INTELLIGENT PEOPLEENJOY GIVING FEEDBACK TO THE TEACHER OR TO CLASSMATES UNDERSTANDING OTHERS FEELINGS PERSON-TO-PERSON COMMUNICATION COOPERATIVE LEARNING STRATEGIES RECEIVING FEEDBACK GROUP PROJECTS TEACHING SOMEONE ELSE SOMETHING NEW LEARNING FROM SOMEONE OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL OTHER POINTS OF VIEW CREATING GROUP RULES ACTING IN A PLAY OR SIMULATION CONDUCTING AN INTERVIEW CREATING "PHONE BUDDIES" FOR HOMEWORK SENSING OTHERS’ MOTIVES CREATING GROUP RULES
  52. 52. INTERPERSONALINTELLIGENCEIntrapersonal intelligence is self-knowledge and the abilityto act adaptively on the basis of that knowledge. Thisintelligence includes having an accurate picture of oneself(one’s strengths and weaknesses); awareness of innermoods, intentions, motivations, temperaments, anddesires. It is also characterized by the capacity for self-discipline, self-understanding and self-esteem. Peoplewith high Intrapersonal intelligence are generally seen asperfectionistsESSENTIALLY, IT’S HOW WELL YOU KNOWYOURSELF.
  53. 53. • SELF UNDERSTANDING• INTROSPECTIVE• SELF-REFLECTIVE• INTROVERTS• EMOTIONAL• PERFECTION• SELF-CENTRIC• SELF-DISCIPLINE• SELF-ESTEEMTHESE PEOPLE ARE SELF CENTRIC, GOALORIENTED AND DRIVEN BY HIGH EMOTIONALENERGY.INTRAPERSONAL INTELLIGENCE
  54. 54. INTRAPERSONAL INTELLIGENCESUGGESTED CAREER OPTIONS PRIEST SPIRITUALCOUNSELOR ENTREPRENEUR THERAPIST RESEARCHER CLERGYMAN YOGA TEACHERNote: The intrapersonal Intelligence is less liable to define or suggesta certain career than any of the other intelligences since the ability ofself awareness, self-discipline and self-improvement is applicable toany other careers as well
  55. 55. NATURALISTICNATURALISTICINTELLIGENCEINTELLIGENCE PLANTS LOVER ANIMAL LOVER NATURE LOVERENVIRONMENT CENTRIC SIGHT SCENERY SMELL TASTE FEEL KEEN OBSERVATIONThe people with high Natural Intelligence will doanything in for nature and environment. Love tostudy in a garden or while sunrise.
  56. 56. NATURALISTICNATURALISTICINTELLIGENCEINTELLIGENCEEXTENT OF IMPROVEMENTS POSSIBLE:BLINDFOLD READINGBLINDFOLD READINGPART IIPART II
  57. 57.  Veterinary Animal Scholar Archeology Plants Scholar Chef/Cook Courtyard Designer Environment Researcher Animal Protection Activist Horticulturalist Forest Officer Zoo Operator Weather Researcher Documentary ProducerNATURALISTICNATURALISTICINTELLIGENCEINTELLIGENCEPREFERRED CAREER OPTIONSPREFERRED CAREER OPTIONS
  58. 58. LEARNING STYLESLEARNING STYLESEach one of us is a uniqueindividual in terms of how ourbrain is designed, formattedand how the lobes areinterconnected. This results inour preferences towards thelearning style and the dislikesor being uncomfortable withcertain othersWhile it is important to note that we have a preferred learning style, moreoften than not, the learning style in practice would be a combination oftwo or more styles.
  59. 59.  Use color, layout, and spatialorganization in your associations,and use many visual words inyour assertions. Examples includesee, picture, perspective, visual,and map. Use mind maps. Use color andpictures in place of text,wherever possible. Make sureyou have different color pens. Systems diagrams can help you visualize the links between parts of a system, for examplemajor engine parts or the principle of sailing in equilibrium. Replace words with pictures, anduse color to highlight major and minor links. The visual journey or story technique helps you memorize content that isnt easy to see.The visual story approach for memorizing procedures is a good example of this. Peg at least the first to words and events come easily to you, however you need to spendsome time learning at en peg words. Afterwards, your ability to visualize helps you pegcontent quickly.
  60. 60.  If you use a physical style,use touch, action, movementand hands-on work in yourlearning activities. For assertions and scripting,describe the physical feelingsof your actions. Use physical objects such as flashcards as much as possible. Physically touch objectsas you learn about what they do. Keep in mind as well that writing and drawing diagrams are physical activities, sodont neglect these techniques. Use breathing and relaxation to focus your state while you learn and perform. Focuson staying calm, centered, relaxed and aware. Use role-playing, either singularly or with someone else, to practice skills andbehaviors
  61. 61.  Use sound recordings to provide a background and help you get intovisualizations. For example, use a recording of an aircraft engine runningnormally, playing loudly via a headset, to practice flight procedures. When creating mnemonics or acrostics, make the most of rhythm and rhyme,or set them to a jingle or part of a song. Use the anchoring technique to recall various states that music invokes in you.If you have some particular music or song that makes you want to take on theworld, play it back and anchor your emotions and state. Focus on the rhythm and tone of the content you are trying to learn eitherthrough a lecture or on your own. At the time of recall, the rhythm is whatcomes more easily to you hence creating a recall for the original associatedmatter much easier. If you are an auditorylearner, use sound, rhyme,and music in your learning.Focus on using auditorycontent in your associationand visualization.
  62. 62. 1. COGNITIVE : You are self-centered, self-understanding, self-conscious, independent, innovative and like to discover newthings on your own.2. IMITATIVE : You are an imitation learner, and your greatestadvantages are your creativity and flexibility.3. REVERSE THINKER : Your way of thinking often differs fromothers, showing a different viewpoint from the mainstream.4. REFLECTIVE / OPEN LEARNERS : You incline to familiarinterpersonal relations and substantial Goals.ACQUIRING STYLESACQUIRING STYLESTHE IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTTHE IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENT
  63. 63. INTELLIGENCE ASSESSMENT CHANNEL
  64. 64. Every child is unique,but our method tohandle them iscommon & usual.Every child has anInborn talent but child& parents fail toidentify it.Every child has aDifferent learning stylebut our teaching styleis same.WHY DERMATOGLYPHICS MULTIPLEINTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS ?
  65. 65. Discover your child’sinborn talentImproves parents -children relationshipUnderstand child’slearning styleBENEFITS OF DERMATOGLYPHICSMULTIPLE INTELLIGENCEANALYSIS ?
  66. 66. Sets parent’sexpectations right andmakes child stress freeYou give birth to yourchild, dermatoglyphicsenables you todiscover your childDiscover your child’sStrengths, Weaknesses& Multiple IntelligenceDiscovery yourchildBENEFITS OFDERMATOGLYPHICSMULTIPLE INTELLIGENCEANALYSIS ?
  67. 67. It reveal theEQ of thepersonIt reveals theCQ of thepersonIt reveals theAQ of thepersonIt reveals theIQ of thepersonDERMATOGLYPHICSMULTIPLE INTELLIGENCEANALYSIS ?
  68. 68. DERMATOGLYPHICSIts reveals the congenital links between ourfingers and our intrinsic qualities and talents.With these test of your known talents andintelligences, you can best be translated intoeducation, personal and career success. Byknowing these potentials earlier, you makeeffort to enhance and train yourweaknesses so that learning is mostpleasurable and effective.
  69. 69. THE SCIENCE OF DERMATOGLYPHICSurther, in 1986, Dr. Rita Levi_Montalcini andDr. Stanley Cohen were awarded the NobelPrize for their ground-breaking researchwhich established the co-relation betweenNerve Growth Factor and EpidermalGrowth Factor which forms the scientificbasis of the study of Dermatoglyphics in itspresent form.Dr. Rita Levi-MontalciniandDr. Stanley Cohen
  70. 70.  No two persons in the world have the samefingerprint and gene So we may conclude that a fingerprint is anexternal display of gene and brain structure Everyone is blessed with talents but not all thetalents, making best use of the inborn talentthereby being aware of the weaknesses, is thepurpose of Dermatoglyphics MultipleIntelligence Test
  71. 71. DERMATOGLYPHICS - FACTS The study of fingerprints emerged way back in the year 1788. Dermatoglyphics refers to the branch of science which studiesthe patterns of skin (dermal) ridges present on human fingers,toes and the soles The dermal ridges i.e. finger prints begin to form around the13th week of gestation and develops completely by the end ofthe 21st week, and then remain invariable. Each one’s Dermatoglyphics pattern is unique and unalterable
  72. 72. DERMATOGLYPHICS - FACTS Dermatoglyphics pattern is accepted as Diagnostic tool over thepast 20 years and has been extended into public research field asa dominant science It reveals the congenital links between our fingers and ourintrinsic qualities i.e. Our Strengths & Weaknesses By knowing these potentials earlier, one can make effort toenhance and train his/her own strengths so thatlearning becomes most pleasurable and effective Doctor Harold Cummins, M.D. is universally acknowledged as theFather of ‘Dermatoglyphics’
  73. 73. INTELLIGENCES - LEARNINGCURVE
  74. 74. FINGERPRINTSo Fingerprints of a human being begins to develop in the13th week of its embryo stage and are completed in 21stweeko It is during this same time that a critical growth of thebrain is taking place in fetus.o Fingerprints remain unchanged in individuals throughhis/her Life time
  75. 75. FINGERPRINT CLASSIFICATIONBasic Types :Type Ratio Loop 45 -48 % Whorl 45 % Arch 7-8 % Accidental 1.07 %
  76. 76. LOOP FINGERPRINT STUDYo LOOP - The ridges flow inward and thenre-curve in the direction of the origin.A single delta type divergence must bepresent in front of the re-curving ridgeso Radial Loop - Ridges flow from the re-curve toward the radius or thumb sideof the hand (approximately 5% of allfingerprint patterns)o Ulnar Loop - Friction ridges flow fromand re-curve toward the ulna or littlefinger side of the hand, (Approximately60% of all fingerprint patterns)RADIALULNAR
  77. 77. ULNAR Loop(Pointing towardslittle finger)Radial Loop(Pointing towardsthumb)
  78. 78. ARCH FINGERPRINT STUDYo ARCH - Ridges enter on one side ofthe impression and tend to flow outthe other side with a rise in thecentero Plain Arch - Ridges enter, wave orrise and exit smoothlyo Tented Arch - Ridges in the centerthrust upward to give anappearance similar to a tent. Insideangle is smaller than 90 degreeso Both types of arches compriseabout 6% of all fingerprint patternsPLAINTENTED
  79. 79. WHORL FINGERPRINT STUDYo WHORL - At least two delta typedivergences are present with re-curvingridges in front of each. (whorlscomprise approximately 29% of allfingerprint patterns)o Plain Whorl - One or more ridges form acomplete revolution around the center(2 deltas)o Central Pocket Loop Whorl - Someridges form a loop pattern which re-curves and surrounds a central whorl (1delta)CENTRAL POCKET LOOPPLAIN
  80. 80. Peacock-eye orPocket loop WhorlNormal Whorl
  81. 81. WHORL FINGERPRINT CHARACTERISTICSo Spiral Whorl - With surging personalitycharacteristics, easy to grasp goal, but also likely tohave emotional reaction. Goal oriented, aggressive,decent and serious about images. Emulous withstrong self-consciousness and eager to win. On aweaker strength.o Target/Concentric Whorl: Goal Oriented, veryaggressive, decent and serious about images.Emulous with strong self consciousness and eagerto win. Independent, very individualistic, freedomseeker, self -motivated, secretive. On left thumb,very strict and no humanitarian, request high. Onthe right thumb, strength, look towards goal,precise, want face, not easily influenced, verystraight forward with their decision, fight very hardfor goal setting, want beauty, easily hurt othersfeeling, say what ever they feel.CONCENTRICSPIRAL
  82. 82. ADDITIONAL FINGERPRINT TYPESo Double Loop - Two separate loops arepresent, which sometimes surround eachother. Sometimes called Double LoopWhorl (ying / yang)o Accidental - Any pattern which does notconform to any of the previous patternsDOUBLEACCIDENTAL
  83. 83. ACCIDENTAL WHORLAccidental Whorl - They have 2 or moredeltas and a combination or fusion of 2or more types of patterns not includingthe plain, radial or Ulnar arch. Thiscategory also includes any freak patternor accidental formation that does notconform to any conventional type.
  84. 84. ACCIDENTAL PATTERNS OR FINGERPRINTSCHARACTERIZED BY IRREGULAR NUMBER ANDPATTERNS OF CENTRE POINTS AND DELTAS
  85. 85. MINUTIAE
  86. 86.  Just the presence of these minutiae does notindividualize a print It is the exact type of minutiae as well as the minutiaelocation that individualizes a print NO TWO PRINTS HAVE EVER BEEN FOUND TO HAVE THESAME MINUTIAE IN THE SAME PLACE Therefore, you can conclude if you are comparing twoprints, and they do have the same markings in the sameplace you must be looking at the same print100
  87. 87. DominantBENEFITS OF DERMATOGLYPHICSMULTIPLE INTELLIGENCEANALYSIS ?PERSONALITY TYPEInfluential CompliantSteadyDISC - Dr. William Marston’s theory of fourbasic personalities
  88. 88. SAMPLE REPORT
  89. 89. SUMMARY Brain Lobe Functioning Left Vs Right Brain 8 Multiple Intelligences Learning Styles Acquiring Styles Personality Type
  90. 90. HELP YOUR CHILD TO CHOOSE CAREER BY CHOICE NOT BYCHANCE...

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