The Brain Print

The science behind it all

DMI Testing is an amalgamation of three different scientific fields; Neuroscience, Psychology, and Behavioural Science. It takes into account the fact that formation of ridges and the formation of the brain are closely related.
Observations of Neurobiologists suggest that fingerprint patterns and brain patterns are unique in nature and both develop synchronously.

Each of us have a unique brain, just like our fingerprints. Research suggests that fingerprints and the development of our brain are interlinked.

Fingerprints are usually formed during the 13th and 19th week of embryo growth. Fingerprints are fully developed by the 24th week of pregnancy.

A study of multiple cases related to brain abnormalities revealed that fingerprints provide data regarding our cortex. Children with Down Syndrome have unique fingerprints with distinct characteristics. Similar reports and analysis have been reported and repeated throughout medical history. This has led medical experts to believe that the brain is absolutely linked with fingerprints.

Now, we can’t analyse the brain prints but we have access to fingerprints. Using the relationship between these two, we can understand and hone a child’s natural instinct and strengths to make the best of him/her.