The psychological-type profile of practising British Druids compared with Anglican Churchgoers

@article{Williams2012ThePP,
  title={The psychological-type profile of practising British Druids compared with Anglican Churchgoers},
  author={Emyr. Williams and Leslie J. Francis and Ursula Billington and Mandy Robbins},
  journal={Mental Health, Religion \& Culture},
  year={2012},
  volume={15},
  pages={1065 - 1075}
}
This study employs psychological-type theory to profile practising British Druids and to compare their profile with that of Anglican churchgoers. A sample of 75 participants at a camp organised by The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids in celebration of the Mid-Summer Festival completed the Francis Psychological Type Scales. Compared with the profile of 327 Anglican churchgoers previously published by Francis, Duncan, Craig and Luffman, the Druids were significantly more likely to prefer… 
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