Volume 1, Issue 4
4th Quarter, 2006

Strategies for Personality Transfer

William Sims Bainbridge

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Additional References
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Johnson, Peter C.  2003.  “Implication of the Continuum of Bioinformatics.” Pp. 207-213 in Converging Technologies for Improving Human Performance edited by Mihail C. Roco and William Sims Bainbridge. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer.

Prokosch, Mark D., Ronald A. Yeo, and Geoffrey F. Miller.  2005. “Intelligence tests with Higher g-Loadings Show Higher Correlations with Body Symmetry: Evidence for a General Fitness Factor Mediated by Developmental Stability,” Intelligence 33: 203–213.

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Bainbridge PhotoWilliam Sims Bainbridge is an Adjunct Professor with the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at George Mason University. He received his Ph.D. from Harvard. He serves as the Program Director for Science and Engineering Informatics with the Division of Information and Intelligent Systems at the National Science Foundation.

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