International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 3, Part M (2016)
An exploratory study about client satisfaction in dermatoglyphics multiple intelligence test
Meera P Abhimanyu, Dr. Wayne Bottiger, Dr. GD Singh
This research aims to assess the reports generated from the Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Test (DMIT) administered by ADRC Asian Dermatoglyphics Research Centre Malaysia with the end view of identifying its implication and finding out the client satisfaction from DMIT in their real life situation. Their satisfaction level determine the validity of the test that helps the whole society to realize their potential through this tool.
This paper employed the descriptive research method which involved the use of questionnaires and interviews with purposively selected respondents supported by the researchers’ analysis and insights with reference to the content of the data.
Findings of this research revealed that the dermatoglyphics, as a scientific discipline, began with the publication of Purkinje’s thesis (1823) and Galton’s classic book, Fingerprints (1892); DMIT is a remarkable offshoot of Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences which has the following salient features: Overview of the Dermatoglyphics and the Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Test/Analysis; Quantitative Chart of Neocortex, Personality Assessment; Profile based on Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences and; Learning Styles; Strength of Congenital Abilities; Working Style; Leadership Style; Management Style; Report Interpretation; and Customized Academic and Relationship Advises; the respondents of this study gave their perceptions with reference to the beneficial results of the DMIT; and the foregoing findings have some implications that may be used by academic institutions and individuals to enhance their life and make it more successful.
How to cite this article:
Meera P Abhimanyu, Dr. Wayne Bottiger, Dr. GD Singh. An exploratory study about client satisfaction in dermatoglyphics multiple intelligence test. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(3):802-806.