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    Default Interseting website regarding AS/HFA and MBTI

    Yes, I am well aware that there have been many previous discussions about Asperger Syndrome/High-Functioning Autism and MBTI type correlations. Recently I have stumbled across this website that discusses this issue.

    Here is the link Autistic spectrum: Autism vs. Asperger Syndrome (AS). Personality type or disorder

    Do you think this is accurate or do you think that it is hogwash? There seems to be a lot of material that I have never seen elsewhere in relation to MBTI (i.e. blue shift, red shift, etc.)

    Please, do go ahead and point out whatever you feel to be wrong or inaccurate. I would like to hear some opinions.
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    Aspie Idealist TaylorS's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Merkw View Post
    Yes, I am well aware that there have been many previous discussions about Asperger Syndrome/High-Functioning Autism and MBTI type correlations. Recently I have stumbled across this website that discusses this issue.

    Here is the link Autistic spectrum: Autism vs. Asperger Syndrome (AS). Personality type or disorder

    Do you think this is accurate or do you think that it is hogwash? There seems to be a lot of material that I have never seen elsewhere in relation to MBTI (i.e. blue shift, red shift, etc.)

    Please, do go ahead and point out whatever you feel to be wrong or inaccurate. I would like to hear some opinions.
    I'm an Aspie and post at this Aspie message board and the plurality of poster's there are INTJ. INTPs and ISTJs are the next most common types there, IIRC, followed by ISTPs and INFPs. There are a significant number of INFJs as well, which suprised me because you'd think us Aspies would have poor use of Fe by definition.
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