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  1. #41
    Senior Member Bear Warp's Avatar
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    I'm not so bad with social situations, probably because I'm decent mimic and damn good with other peoples' perspectives.

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    34. I am not surprised.

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    14. I wonder if it's possible that I evaluate myself using relaxed standards, considering my point of view.

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    Ok high scorers, which one of you was fascinated by dates?

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    13, pretty low in the 'average' spectrum, I honestly expected myself to have a higher score.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MerkW View Post
    Looks like I have the highest score yet (out of everyone here, that is).
    Ya, 45 is very high, it said that "most people with Asperger Syndrome or high functioning autism score about 35". Do you think that you put to many "Definitely"s over "Slightly"s or do you think that maybe you're Autistic? INTP/INTJ are supposed to have the highest rates of autism.

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    I got 38. Just as I expected.

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    I got 17, which is average for males.
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    I got 24.

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    I've been wondering if conditions such as Asperger's increases your Fi and Te use above normal, especially being that INTP is supposed to be one of the types that has it a lot (INTJ will already have Te and Fi high).
    Like AS makes a person focus inward to his interests and routines, and often latch onto things most other people don't care about, and he will care deeply about them, and not like interference from ths outside world, but this will appear to be Fi-like behavior, and it will clash with the Ti and especially Fe.

    This would be intersting as another explanation of ambiguities in type, and why people's function use might be different from expected, and why some professing INTP's may not seem like INTP's (As we see charged a lot these days).
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    Ti 54.3 | Ne 47.3 | Si 37.8 | Fe 17.7 | Te 22.5 | Ni 13.4 | Se 18.9 | Fi 27.9

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