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Scientific hand reading: explore the significance
of the 9 minor levels of the hand!


Level 1: HAND BEHAVIORS
Level 2: HAND MOTORICS
Level 3: HAND SHAPE
Level 4: PALM SHAPE
Level 5: FINGER SHAPES
Level 6: SKIN RELATED QUALITIES
Level 7: FINGERNAILS
Level 8: DERMATOGLYPHICS (& FINGERPRINTS)
Level 9: (MAJOR) LINES

Hand motorics & behavior.



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- Multi-Perspective Palm Reading -

Level 2: HAND MOTORICS' (2/9)

In the assessment of hand motorics one should discriminate 'hand behaviors/gestures' (which are often partly biased by culture) from 'motoric hand problems' (which are typically independent of culture).

HAND MOTORICS play a decisive role in the hand-diagnosis for e.g. the following disorders:
autism, diabetes mellitus, Marfan syndrome, psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis, schizophrenia




- 7 HAND BEHAVIORS IN THE DSM IV (GESTURES & EXPRESSIONS) -

Hand behaviors can signal severe mental problems. Some examples are mentioned in the DSM IV diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders. Some of the examples mentioned are:

1 - 'hand biting' can signal AUSTISTIC DISORDERS (page 71);
2 - 'hand tapping' can signal HYPERACTIVITY (page 86);
3 - 'tactile inabilities' can signal DEMENTIA (page 149);
4 - 'trembling hands' can signal SOCIAL PHOBIAS (page 451);
5 - 'cold, clammy hands' can signal ANXIETY (page 452);
6 - 'sleeping on the hands' can signal BREATHING-RELATED SLEEP DISORDERS (page 619);
7 - 'wringling of the hands' can signal AGITATION (page 819).

But there are so many more illustrative examples available which illstrate that Sigmund Freud's former student Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) was very right when he wrote in 1944 the introduction of the work (titled: "The Hands of Children") presented by the German chirologist Julius Spier:

"... The totality-conception of modern biology which is based on the evidence of a host of observations and research does not exclude the possibility that hands, whose shape and functioning are so intimately connected with the psyche, might provide revealing and therefore, interpretable expressions of psychical peculiarity, that is, of the human character. ..."

(More specified guidelines will follow later)




- MOTORIC HAND PROBLEMS -

Various studies have pointed out that a mental handicap is often featured with a limitation of hand skills & -behavior.

And because these motoric handicaps/inabilities are typically inborn, it makes perfectly sense that motoric handicaps can have a decive influence on the development of the brains - which require tactile- and sensory input from the hands in order to develop normally. Because grasping skills play a significant role in the development of prehension of the young child.

(More specified guidelines will follow later)




- THE HAND MOTORICS VOCABULARY -

An overview of the hand line markers that are included in 'Multi-Perspective Palm Reading' so far, is presented below. The list will grow when more themes becomes updated/added.


- A -

angulation fingers
asymmetry



- B -

Boutonniere deformity
brachydactyly



- C -

carpal tunnel syndrome
cold hands



- D -

double jointed thumbs
Dupuytren's contracture

- H -

handedness
hand flapping
HAND MOTORICS
hyper extensible finger joints



- L -

left handedness
locked finger



- M -

mobility
motoric hand index
muscle atrophy



- N -

neuropathy
numbness

- P -

pain
Phalen's test
preacher's sign



- S -

stenosing tenosynovitis
stiffness
Swan-neck deformity



- T -

Tinel's sign
trigger finger






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