General Assumption of Psychological Behavior Based on Finger Print Pattern

Kishore Kumar Agarwal, Hemant Kumar Dutt, Alok Saxena, Deepak Dimri, Daulat Singh, Naveen Bhatt


The impressions from the pulp of finger are known as fingerprints. Using fingerprints to identify indi­viduals has become an invaluable tool worldwide. A Study of finger print pattern was performed in the prisoners and normal population (non prisoners) of hilly region to compare whorls, loops, arches and composites in each hand using ink technique. The goal of the study was to identify the behavioral traits (somatic, psychological and Neurological) of these two groups on the basis of finger print pattern. Prevalence of whorls and arches were more in right hand of control group as compare to prisoners. On contrary, loops were found more in right hand of prisoners than control group. Left hand of control and prisoners showed following results: whorls and arches in control group > prisoners and loops in prisoners > control group. Aforementioned Results were found statistically significant.

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