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Distribution of Type: Population versus Sample
The table you will find under Download Copy presents the distribution of the MBTI dimension preferences from the study sample versus the general population. As one will note, the percentage of N preferences in our sample was statistically significantly higher than that for the general population (p<.001). A statistically significant preference for P versus J among our sample was also discovered (p<.05).  Hence, we are able to conclude that the sample population was statistically more aligned with intuitive thinking than the general population as well as being more aligned with perceiving versus judging. 
A Garrett correction factor was added prior to the analysis of variance being conducted to address the imbalance of the sample variances which the above imbalance presents.