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    My brother is an aspie and an INTJ. He's also deaf, which brings another layer of complication... It's interesting how he is so oblivious to social niceties and yet cares deeply for people. Sometimes his consideration, perhaps because it is unexpected, can be overwhelming and takes my breath away. He can be the sweetest or most aggravating person. God I love him. Nothing makes me more wildly protective than seeing him treated poorly. And the sad thing is, the people most likely to do it are his own family.
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    I don't have aspergers but I have PDD and am IxTP.

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    So ixtx > ixfx > extx > exfx; inxx > isxx > enxx > esxx;

    Sounds about right
    For all that we have done, as a civilization, as individuals, the universe is not stable, and nor is any single thing within it. Stars consume themselves, the universe itself rushes apart, and we ourselves are composed of matter in constant flux. Colonies of cells in temporary alliance, replicating and decaying and housed within, an incandescent cloud of electrical impulses. This is reality, this is self knowledge, and the perception of it will, of course, make you dizzy.

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    My brother has Asperger's. He's an INFJ, no doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorS View Post
    If this Asperger's Syndrome message board I post at is representative of us "Aspies" as a whole the most common type is INTJ followed by INTP and ISTJ.

    Jung Myers typology test poll - General Autism Discussion
    I agree.

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    I was diagnosed with Aspergers at age 9, and I'm an INFJ. ^^;;

    My Fe allows me a higher awareness and consideration of other peoples' emotions and perspectives than Aspies are often given credit for. Same thing for Ni; I actually am pretty good at breaking something down and looking at it from a symbolic perspective.

    But let me ask you this; what do you think went through my head when I grew up under the label of a condition commonly said to be literal and socially challenged? I'll give you the short version: I ended up suppressing my own strengths. This led to a long-standing inferiority complex throughout my late childhood up until when I began college. When I went through college, I realized that my perspective and the conclusions I had drawn about reality were NOT wrong. This allowed me to begin to blossom more as a person and begin making steps to reach self-actualization.

    The kicker? Hehe, get this; I've heard some people say that's impossible for INFJs to have Aspergers because it's the complete opposite of Aspergers.

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    My brother is INTJ and I question whether he has asbergers. What are signs of Asperger's? I gave him a few tests online and he scored negative for aspergers though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    My brother is INTJ and I question whether he has asbergers. What are signs of Asperger's? I gave him a few tests online and he scored negative for aspergers though.
    I don't have aspergers either but I have some of the symptoms so he as well as me probably have PDD (Progression Development Disorder), aspergers in a much lower manifestation. Symptoms include low social adaptability, ritualistic behavior, stunted emotional expression, and thinking in images rather than words, to name a few, which of course I have the first 3 of the 4 mentioned symptoms but just mildly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    I don't have aspergers either but I have some of the symptoms so he as well as me probably have PDD (Progression Development Disorder), aspergers in a much lower manifestation. Symptoms include low social adaptability, ritualistic behavior, stunted emotional expression, and thinking in images rather than words, to name a few, which of course I have the first 3 of the 4 mentioned symptoms but just mildly.
    I've had people say that he has Asberger's. I just don't know. He was def until he was like 8 years old and then had to be in emotionally handicapped classes after that so I just don't know.

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    i think this INT thing with aspies is that they are actually IST's more often(more likely ISTJ), but their S is disassociated from their other processes and falsely test as INTs. its common for people with aspergers to be really focused on details of external world, so much focused that it draws all their energy and cant properly distinguish 'what is'(due to the disassociation of S).

    the idea of aspergers is that different brain regions arent first of all communicating with each other properly(some areas lack proper connection and some areas have really strong connections), some areas are poorly developed(not much processing power) or are really strongly developed(and try to do processes with the developed areas that arent usual for them, for example reading with visual cortex, while normal people transport the visual imaginery from text to other areas which process the reading).

    i have heard of 3 basic types of personalities in autism;

    -photo-realistic; thinks in static images

    -music, mathematic; thinks in visual patterns, are naturally good at music and some types of math

    -word-logic; is good at names and statistics

    photo-realistic type is afaik the most common with aspergers, i think this is the typical ISTP aspie who often gets confused with INTP, but visual cortex playing a big role(and at least one case of these had a super strong wiring to areas involved with Ti and really crap on opposite Fi side), which is not common for INTPs, but is related to Se. i think because of the typical ISTP attitude of paying attention to details in external world, gets dimmed due to the intensity of how external world is perceived, creates similar voluntary disassociation of the objects that INTPs generally have, so these types look like INTPs often. i also think that people with autism experience their unconscious mind much differently than healthy people do and live much more of the life of the unconscious, not because it would be larger necessarily, but because the confusion it evokes is much greater(due to it not being compatible with the external world), thus it feels more intense and distracting(which also might make them seem as INTPs, but its actually the Ni playing role here).

    music, mathematic is most likely closest to INTJ

    word-logic is most likely closest to ISTJ
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