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    ... and there is no correlation between aspergers and Si. Scientists aren't really sure what causes it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustHer View Post
    No, it fits the asperger's profile to a T.
    It fits both, which is precisely my point. Si is not divorced from your personality, including any disorders you may have, it is a result of your personality, including any disorders you may have. It is a way to categorize behavior.

    If you take those aspects of his behaviour away.. you're looking at a guy whos into KLINGON BOGGLE, sci fi, and comic books.
    So? I have an Se-dominant friend who's into all those things. Does he display any Ni? Any foresight or vision?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitseleh View Post
    ... and there is no correlation between aspergers and Si. Scientists aren't really sure what causes it.
    Who the fuck cares if there's a correlation? Si isn't a part of the brain, it's a method of describing displayed behavior.
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    It was nice talking to you but you have absolutely no idea what you are talking about in terms of MBTI. It was a nice waste of time.

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    Cop-out. How don't I have any idea what I'm talking about?
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    Sheldon is a fictional character. He is whatever the writers need him to be in context of the episode, the other characters and the laughs they need. He probably has a defined personality type in order for the show to be consistent and for the writers to keep some control over the characters but if they want to blend other personality traits into the characters they can because it's not real life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TiNe_2_IP View Post
    Sheldon is a fictional character. He is whatever the writers need him to be in context of the episode, the other characters and the laughs they need. He probably has a defined personality type in order for the show to be consistent and for the writers to keep some control over the characters but if they want to blend other personality traits into the characters they can because it's not real life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TiNe_2_IP View Post
    Sheldon is a fictional character. He is whatever the writers need him to be in context of the episode, the other characters and the laughs they need. He probably has a defined personality type in order for the show to be consistent and for the writers to keep some control over the characters but if they want to blend other personality traits into the characters they can because it's not real life.
    Obviously, but he still has a coherent personality does he not?
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    Sheldon is an autistic INTJ.

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    Please show me where he displays Ni.
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