My apologies for the Image Table, I couldn't get blogger to properly render a table.
You can get to a text version of the table here.
Comparing the scores in this table, there are a few interesting conclusions that we can reach;
First of all, of the 299 responses, 93% were introverted and only 7% were extroverted. This suggests a much higher than anticipated percentage of aspies who are introverted however there is one important factor to consider.
This test was done on the internet. A person with an introverted personality is much more likely to do a test on the internet than a person with an extroverted personality.
Aspie Personality Types
Ignoring the fact that the survey methods used to collect this data do introduce the possibility of unintended bias, we can see that there are a some clues to further narrow down aspie personality types.
At the the second level, the scores break down into;
- 78% Introverted + Intuition
- 22% Introverted + Sensing
This is a reasonable drop from 93% down to 78% suggesting that the rule isn't absolute.
At the third level, there's a similar split;
- 76% Introverted + Intuition + Thinking
- 24% Introverted + Intuition + Feeling
At the fourth level, it's pretty much even - and can therefore be ignored as a factor.
- 55% INTJ = Introversion + Intuition + Thinking + Judging
- 45% INTP = Introversion + Intuition + Thinking + Perceiving
What's interesting about this is that the last category of Judging/Perceiving is an add-on to Jung by Isabel Briggs-Myers - and I think it gets ruled out almost entirely.
In the absence of further evidence and with full knowledge that this isn't a perfect test, we have to conclude that the results indicate that;
People with Aspergers Syndrome mainly fall into the INTJ (Introversion/Intuition/Thinking/Judging) and INTP (Introversion/Intuition/Thinking/Perceiving) personality types as described by the Jung typology test.