全球指纹与皮纹科学研究文献整理 (Part V)
1. Joannes Evangelista Purkinge, “Physiological Examination of the Visual Organ and of the Cutaneous System” (Commentatio de Examine Physiologico Organi Visus et Systematis Cutanei) Breslau: Vratisaviae Typis Universitatis, 1823. (Translated into English by Cummins, H, and R.W. Kennedy, Am.J.Crim.Law.Criminol. vol 31, pp. 343-356, 1940)
2. Grew’s presentation to the Royal Society in 1684 cited by Harold Cummins and Charles Midlo, Finger Prints, Palms and Soles An Introduction To Dermatoglyphics, ?1943 The Blakiston Company, Philadelphia, p. 11
5. Cummins and Midlo, Finger Prints, Palms and Soles An Introduction To Dermatoglyphics, supra., pp. 11-15. The works of Hintze 1747 and Albinus 1764 were briefly mentioned. J. C. A. Mayer’s work Anatomische Kupfertafeln nebst dazu geh?rigen Erkl?rungen, 1783-1788, last section on fingerprints, 1788 is cited for the observation that the skin ridge patterns are never duplicated in two persons though they have certain likenesses. J. F. Schr?eter is cited for his illustrations of the organization of ridges and pours and the morphology of the skin of the palm in his work of 1814 published in Leipzig: Das menschliche Gefühl oder Organ des Gestastes. Bell is cited for his contribution, The Hand, to the Bridgewater Treatise on The Power, Wisdome, and Goodness of God, as Manifest in the Creation 1833 wherein he observed clearly two functional advantages of epidermal ridges, increased friction aiding firmer grasp and the aid to the sense of touch.
10. Harris Hawthorne Wilder, Palms and soles. A,. J. Anat 1902, 1:423-441; Racial differences in palm and sole configuration, Am. Anthropologist 1904 6:244-293; Duplicate Twins and double monsters (part only), Am J. Anat. 1904, 3:426-472; Palm and sole studies, 1916, Biol Bull 30:135-172, 211-252.
15. Harold Cummins, H. H. Keith, Charles Midlo, R. G. Montgomery, Harris Hawthorne Wilder, Inez Whipple-Wilder, Revised methods of interpreting and formulating palmar dermatoglyphics, Am J. Phys Anthropol 1929, 12:415-473.
19. L. S. Penrose, Fingerprints and Palmistry, The Lancet, June 2, 1973, p. 1241. Penrose displays an arrogant ignorance in his 1973 remarks that “in the whole range of the cheiromantic cult, no use of the fine dermal ridges by which the science of dermatoglyphics is concerned…” is mentioned “except sometimes cursorily in the literature.” He ignores the works of his contemporaries Jaquin, Compton, Scheimann and Hutchinson who all wrote for those interested in the cheiromantic cult. Yet Beyrl B. Hutchinson was familiar with Penrose’s work while he was at the Galton Laboratory, Your Life in Your Hands, Neville Spearman, Ltd., London, 1967, p. 96.