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    I knew an ISTP with this. But personally I felt connected to her and did not feel awkward with interacting with her. And she was actually the one to initiate interaction with me.

    Though she did have social "problems". I don't really want to get into that, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Random Ness View Post
    I knew an ISTP with this. But personally I felt connected to her and did not feel awkward with interacting with her. And she was actually the one to initiate interaction with me.

    Though she did have social "problems". I don't really want to get into that, though.
    Yeah, Aspie traits don't always have to be completely debilitating. They can make life harder, but it doesn't always mean you can't make friends or anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsherlockholmes View Post
    Well because Aspergers children often have very specific and often pointless interests (the Wikipedia page said as an example they may be very interested in camera models and brands but have no interest in photography at all). This kind of thing is very XNTP I think. A J would mostly have interests which could serve a clear defineable purpose in society.

    On a side note, I think I may have low level Aspergers.
    Correct.
    On another side note:
    Aspies, because of their chaotic condition, thrive in a structured environment.
    The condition of Autism has the common genetic basis with Schizophrenia.
    Testwise, the Schizophrenics come out as J. So do the majority of the Autists.

    J is structured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Correct.
    On another side note:
    Aspies, because of their chaotic condition, thrive in a structured environment.
    The condition of Autism has the common genetic basis with Schizophrenia.
    Testwise, the Schizophrenics come out as J. So do the majority of the Autists.

    J is structured.
    That is a good point, though I wouldn't say P is necessarily unstructured in all situations. Especially when you have Ti and Si.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsherlockholmes View Post
    That is a good point, though I wouldn't say P is necessarily unstructured in all situations. Especially when you have Ti and Si.
    Ti is J under P. Si is P under J.
    A mismatch.

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    I have aspergers, and I always have come out with Te, Si, and Ti as my top functions on the function test. In terms of structured vs. unstructured... I can really be extremes of both ways. Then again, I'm pretty sure anyone can be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Ti is J under P. Si is P under J.
    A mismatch.
    which is why my INTP family members drive me crazy sometimes.

    and why i probably drive them quite crazy too

    Classical autism: Between the medial S/N and the extreme S;
    Asperger: Between the medial S/N and the extreme N.
    interesting. i'd be curious to run this by my mom and see if she sees that in her work (she works with special needs kids). some people say high-functioning and asperger are the same thing... would you be more inclined to say that there is also high-functioning S-type correlated autism that does not manifest as asperger?

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    Asperger syndrome behavior is highly reminiscent of an odd Si + Ti mix with a strong lack of Fe. I'd say the type most likely to have Asperger's is probably INTP.
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    I'm an INTP and my stepdad just suggested that I might have aspergers the other day because "i'm not picking up on his enthusiasm, and generally not reacting to the conversation. I just didn't feel like caring or acting more interested than I was.

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    Chester, R. G. (2006, December). Asperger's syndrome and psychological type. Journal of Psychological Type, 66(12), 114-137

    It describes how misdiagnosis is often children with introverted thinking whose Fe parents think there must be something wrong with them...
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