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    Aspie Idealist TaylorS's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    I think this is about right, though online forums are usually slightly N-biased.
    IxTx is very common for aspies. S/N is a funny things for us. Aspies tend to be divided into those of us who are ultra aware of our surroundings, and those of us who totally detach ourselves from the outer world. The latter tend to take the characteristics of the intuitive, except that intuitive aspies will still have some trouble with interpretations of things, especially with the whole literal vs. non-literal thing.

    Another thing I have noticed with aspies is that the cognitive processes don't make sense at all for some of us. For example, having Aspergers makes it pretty difficult to have strong Ni, and almost impossible to have strong Fe, but any type other than INTJ or INFJ might not make sense at all.

    P/J is another story which I shall tackle later
    I'm an Aspie INFJ.

    I'm more tactful and sociable then the stereotypical individual with Asperger's. This isn't because I'm "less autistic" then said stereotypical Aspie, but it's because my personality has driven me to learn the various little social rules and how to read people's body language
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    I know an ISTP who could qualify.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorS View Post
    I'm an Aspie INFJ.

    I'm more tactful and sociable then the stereotypical individual with Asperger's. This isn't because I'm "less autistic" then said stereotypical Aspie, but it's because my personality has driven me to learn the various little social rules and how to read people's body language
    How does AS work with an Fe type? The syndrome is associated with very low Fe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    How does AS work with an Fe type? The syndrome is associated with very low Fe.
    Traditional notions of Autism being linked with a "empathy deficit" are being criticized.
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    Thanks!
    That's very interesting, and significant to a discussion I'm having on this elsehwere.
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    "How can I be, all I want to be,
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    Great! Make the criteria even ridiculously wide than it already is! An absolute good, I'm sure.

    "In a recent study, scientists have said that 9 out of 10 patients suffering from Asperger's Syndrome "enjoy watching Star Trek" and "prefer to wear pants while in public". The American Psychiatric Association has released a statement saying that "we will be taking this information into consideration while developing the DSM-V."

    I'd really like to know the ratio of genuine Asperger's sufferers to maladjusted geeks who self-diagnose and just use it as an excuse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by durentu View Post
    this is very interesting. do you have a a reference for that info?
    No.
    The info is mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VagrantFarce View Post
    Great! Make the criteria even ridiculously wide than it already is! An absolute good, I'm sure.

    "In a recent study, scientists have said that 9 out of 10 patients suffering from Asperger's Syndrome "enjoy watching Star Trek" and "prefer to wear pants while in public". The American Psychiatric Association has released a statement saying that "we will be taking this information into consideration while developing the DSM-V."

    I'd really like to know the ratio of genuine Asperger's sufferers to maladjusted geeks who self-diagnose and just use it as an excuse.
    There exists no recent study.
    The day it is published, it is already out of date.

    A repetition of the old does not get us anywhere.

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