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BIG FIVE: hand signs in Neuroticism vs. Emotional Stability!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sun Sep 13, 2015 11:14 pm


A hand chart for recognizing emotional stability (low scorers) & neuroticism (high scorers) has become available.

November 2015 UPDATE: you can check out the details in this brand new article:

Hand signs in Emotional Stability vs. Neuroticism


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Re: BIG FIVE: hand signs in Neuroticism vs. Emotional Stability!

Post  Clochette2 on Mon Sep 14, 2015 7:10 am

Really insightful. I look forward to seeing the article
From palmistry perspective the broken head line on right bottom image and the shirt heart line on left bottom image make sense for troubled personalities (at least the time they are on hands).

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Re: BIG FIVE: hand signs in Neuroticism vs. Emotional Stability!

Post  rajashri on Wed Sep 16, 2015 3:48 am

Hi Martijn,

Thank you for the helpful information.
I have no query or any point for discussion because I am very well aware that "Neurosis" is curable and the major lines cleared.
My only suggestion is that it would be kind of you if you could give some basic information about what Neurosis actually is as I am sure many are not aware and they unnecessarily get alarmed by the name of it. Just like the word "Cancer" starts giving notions that they themselves have it or at least people around them could be having it.... Smile

Neurosis is at least detectable in the hand but "Character disorder" is the most difficult defect to find out through the hands unless the person is highly affected by it.

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Re: BIG FIVE: hand signs in Neuroticism vs. Emotional Stability!

Post  nishaghai on Wed Sep 16, 2015 6:09 am

Martijn (admin) wrote:
A hand chart for recognizing emotional stability (low scorers) & neuroticism (high scorers) has become available; many more details will be shared in a brand new article soon!


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Re: BIG FIVE: hand signs in Neuroticism vs. Emotional Stability!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Wed Sep 16, 2015 10:17 am

rajashri wrote:Hi Martijn,

Thank you for the helpful information.
I have no query or any point for discussion because I am very well aware that "Neurosis" is curable and the major lines cleared.
My only suggestion is that it would be kind of you if you could give some basic information about what Neurosis actually is as I am sure many are not aware and they unnecessarily get alarmed by the name of it. Just like the word "Cancer" starts giving notions that they themselves have it or at least people around them could be having it.... Smile

Neurosis is at least detectable in the hand but "Character disorder" is the most difficult defect to find out through the hands unless the person is highly affected by it.

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Hi rajashri,

I have to correct you here regarding your use of the term 'neurosis': I didn't refer to the term 'neurosis' because neuroticism is not a synonym for a neurosis; both represent a completely different matter - let me explain this in short:

The Big Five dimension Neuroticism relates to 'normal' behavior (behavior that can potentially seen in any person), while neurosis relates to 'pathological' behavior (which involves psychiatric disorders).

I hope this makes sense now?

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PS. Maybe you want to consult Wikipedia in order to learn more about the difference between both terms, see:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neuroticism
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neurosis

The latter page describes:

"Neurosis should not be mistaken for psychosis, which refers to a loss of touch with reality. Neither should it be mistaken for neuroticism, which is a fundamental personality trait according to psychological theory."

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Re: BIG FIVE: hand signs in Neuroticism vs. Emotional Stability!

Post  rajashri on Wed Sep 16, 2015 11:05 am

Thank you Martijn for your clarification.... I did confuse between the two. I meant "Neuroticism" which is quite common and not "Neurosis" which is again a kind of disorder.

So, my suggestion is also taken care of...... Thanks!

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Re: BIG FIVE: hand signs in Neuroticism vs. Emotional Stability!

Post  rajashri on Wed Sep 16, 2015 11:27 am

I found some explanation  at the end of the BIG FIVE Personality trait from Wikipedia as to why I got confused.

Neuroticism is similar but not identical to being neurotic in the Freudian sense (i.e. neurosis.) Some psychologists prefer to call neuroticism by the term emotional stability to differentiate it from the term neurotic in a career test.

And moreover, most of the contemporary Psychologists discuss more about Neurosis, which is actually similar to Neuroticism.

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Re: BIG FIVE: hand signs in Neuroticism vs. Emotional Stability!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Wed Sep 16, 2015 3:58 pm

rajashri wrote:I found some explanation  at the end of the BIG FIVE Personality trait from Wikipedia as to why I got confused.

Neuroticism is similar but not identical to being neurotic in the Freudian sense (i.e. neurosis.) Some psychologists prefer to call neuroticism by the term emotional stability to differentiate it from the term neurotic in a career test.

And moreover, most of the contemporary Psychologists discuss more about Neurosis, which is actually similar to Neuroticism.

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No problem rajashri, apparently you overlooked the words 'not identical'.

(By the way, the term 'neurotic' usually does refer to the issue involving 'neuroses')

Anyway, I hope you will continue to feel free to speak out your thoughts! Smile

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Re: BIG FIVE: hand signs in Neuroticism vs. Emotional Stability!

Post  rajashri on Fri Sep 18, 2015 4:55 am

Hi Martijn,

Psychological terms and the subject itself fascinates me. Because, this is the language which can translate , express, explain and validate one's own internal (the conscious,subconscious and the unconscious state of mind)  and external ( related to people and the outside world) experiences. This understanding of the own self gives immense satisfaction which in turn helps in optimizing one's own thoughts and actions for a positive benefit of the Self and the connected World.

Contemplatives and serious Truth-seekers are able to cognize and discern the state of their own minds and others minds clearly, but not all have the inclination to translate it into psychological and scientific terms. ....Well, I am still learning and its even more interesting when you combine it with the study of Palmistry, because the spine of Palmistry is the study of the Mind.
All the existing lines on the Palms and the hand itself is not accidental or the result of random luck but the result of Cause and Effect, which is our own doing.
When we understand the bigger-picture and our role in it and which particular action could give us favorable results, it is possible to become the Authors of our own lives and not live by the dictates of the notion of an imposed upon Fate or Destiny.
Yes, its possible!

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Re: BIG FIVE: hand signs in Neuroticism vs. Emotional Stability!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sun Sep 27, 2015 4:13 pm


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Meanwhile... the contours of the new article are already available:

Hand Signs in Emotional Stability & Neuroticism!

(Right now the article is still in construction, but for 5 ouf of the 12 featured hand signs all research details are already made available... in by far the most detailed research report that I have presented so far!)



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Re: BIG FIVE: hand signs in Neuroticism vs. Emotional Stability!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sun Nov 01, 2015 2:57 pm


The new article is now officially launched, e.g featured with the very first data pool that has been presented in the history of scientific hand reading!

(The first post of this topic has been updated accordingly)


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Re: BIG FIVE: hand signs in Neuroticism vs. Emotional Stability!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sun Dec 06, 2015 2:45 pm


Another article became available, describing in total 7 'neurotic' constellations involving the dermatoglyphics & primary creases significant for the hand in the Big Five personality dimension Neuroticism:

The Hand in Neuroticism: crossing constellations in transverse creases & dermatoglyphic main lines!



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Re: BIG FIVE: hand signs in Neuroticism vs. Emotional Stability!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Wed Mar 02, 2016 3:11 pm




The following quick summary describes the most significant hand signs for the Big Five personality dimension Neuroticism (taken from the article presented at the bottom of this post):

"Summary of the most significant hand signs in Neuroticism high scorers:

- Hand level 5: (very) short pinky finger.

- Hand level 8: combinations involving the following dermatoglyphic features bare potential to become significant: (large concentric) whorls, missing of a c-triradius and/or total amount of interdigital triradii of just 3.

- Hand level 9: combinations involving the following crease features bare potential to become significant: extra interphalangeal creases, simian crease, reduced proximal crease & distal crease combined.

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Summary of the most significant hand signs in Neuroticism low scorers:

- Hand level 5: (very) long pinky finger.

- Hand level 8: combinations involving the following dermatoglyphic features bare potential to become significant: arch fingerprints, A-line does not end in region 1, total amount of interdigital triradii is at least 4, c-triradius is not missing.

- Hand level 9: combinations involving the following crease features bare potential to become significant: long proximal crease & distal crease combined."



More summaries for 36+ other conditions:
Decoding the language of the hand: how to find 36 conditions with just 54 major hand signs!!

(The table below provides an easy opportunity to find the most significant hand sign combinations for a specific condition; the table also represents the foundation of this masterclass mini-course in scientific hand reading)



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Re: BIG FIVE: hand signs in Neuroticism vs. Emotional Stability!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sat Oct 15, 2016 11:07 am


Meanwhile a new hand chart became available for assessing the Big Five dimension Neuroticism from the hand by combining hand shape, dermatoglyphics and the major palmar lines:





Plus an overview of the position of the personality dimension Neuroticism
in the full perspective of the Big Five model:


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