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October 10, 2012
DMIT is the study of ridged
(also known as dermatoglyphs)
which can be found on fingers,
palms, toes and soles.
Currently, the major goal of DMIT
is to determine an individual’s innate
characteristics (which includes personalities and performances).
The development of fingerprints
and the human brain is synchronous,
between the 13th and 19th prenatal week.
From birth through about age
three there are vast numbers of connections
and collections being recorded in the brain.