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I have a theory that if you ask participants to sort one-sentence characteristics of people (e.g., “I eat too fast”) into five piles ranging from not at all like me to very much like me, the percentage of items placed in each pile will be approximately 10%, 20%, 40%, 20%, and 10% for the five piles. I have one of my children sort 50 statements and obtain the following data:
Do these data support my hypothesis?


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