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Keep in mind that many researched conclusions are presented in the form of generalizations, typically applicable to about two-thirds of the population (Bell Curve of Distribution). There are always exceptions based on individuality. This does not invalidate the research—it does exemplify individual uniqueness. In fact, average differences may not reveal anything about a specific person. Nevertheless, researched conclusions are a good place to begin. Use the information to help you better understand yourself and others.