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Roland W. Schmitt

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We hardly know the limit of intelligence of individuals who can fruitfully contribute to science in one way or another if they are given the proper training including graduate training as assistants, as supervised or semi-independent researchers, as team members. Individuals with any of a very broad spectrum of intellectual attributes can contribute to science.
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in Criteria for Federal Support of Science: A Panel Discussion Arranged by the Division of Physical Sciences, National Research Council, March 11, 1968. National Academy of Sciences. 1969. p. 17. 

 
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