The Personal Analysis indicates the basis for every rating, percentage, code, and narrative paragraph produced by MAPP. This report is directly based on the responses of an individual to the 71-triad, forced-choice preference survey. The source information comes from the person’s indicated preferences in the assessment – and nowhere else. Therefore, the appraisal only reports what the individual was saying about “self” through those responses to the most/least choices. Responses create a record of the level of motivation for each of twenty-three traits (see section 3.2). By complex “construct” analysis, the computer identifies what happens as the result of the combined motivational interaction of all of those twenty-three traits. This complex interaction of all traits produces the rating and percentage for each of the factors in MAPP. Please keep in mind how many different trait combinations can produce the same ratings for a factor in MAPP. Every number presented in MAPP output is the result of these complex trait interactions, and it is statistically unlikely that any two individual’s appraisals would ever be the same!