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DMIT, Article in One Leading Newspaper in INDIA

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DMIT, Article in One Leading Newspaper in INDIA

Post  anand_palm on Sun May 20, 2012 5:04 pm

Hello all

Long back i remember there was a discussion in this forum on the DMIT and its valdiity, i just read artcile in a newspapaer called TIMES of INDIA (it is one of the leading newspaper in india) on this topic. It is about DMIT test and its benefits and it looks like some school has tried this method out. I wanted to post you the link to the article.

http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-05-15/parenting/31537376_1_fingerprints-mapping-method

Is this a correct approach to do at school level ect..

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Re: DMIT, Article in One Leading Newspaper in INDIA

Post  Martijn (admin) on Tue May 29, 2012 5:30 pm


Hi Anand,

Our lengthy discussion is found here at the forum:'
http://www.modernhandreadingforum.com/t431-thumbrule-dmit-iq-test-does-intelligence-correlate-with-fingerprints-dermatoglyphics


DMIT (or the other likewise methods) have indeed been introduced (locally) at schools in multiple countries... but we have also seen that afterwards it became forbidden in some of those locations. So, I think the introduction at schools should certainly better not be recognized as a sign of validity.

By the way, I think the article at Times of India has not much more value than the other articles we have spotted and discussed.

For example:

The following passage sort of illustrates how the affiliates 'belief' in a rather naieve manner that DMIT has been validiated:

"There's no doubting its accurate results as compared to assumptive IQ tests either. "It's 110 per cent correct," adds Vora. "After all, how can your fingerprints be wrong?"


The suggestion that (normal) IQ test presents less quality is disturbing and misleading. Because DMIT is actually not much more than a personality related test... for Howard Gardner's theory about 'multiple intelligences' was first of all never meant to be associated with the traditional concept of IQ. In the other discussion I have posted a Youtube movie displaying Howard Gardner himself what his theory of Multiple Intelligences is about - he describes there that e.g. his 'MI' theory should not be associated with the concept 'IQ' at all.

(I have noticed that many affiliates do not really know what they are talking about all; but they believe that they do... probably because they usually appear to have not much knowledge about scientific psychology, etc.)

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