By coincidence, we received an NPA test having results of “lack of P trait” in a subject reporting Asperger syndrome/autism.
p1DF2 : 6-May-20
p1DO2 : NA
p1DO3 : 34
p1DP3 : 43
p1DQ3 : 19
p1DO4 : Aspergera / autyzm (określ…)
p1DP4 : kobieta
p1DQ4 : 21-30
p1DR4 : mam jeszcze ADHD i szkoda że nie mogę tego zaznaczyć.
Female, age 21 to 30. Asperger syndrome/autism. “I do have also ADHD but I could not indicate it”
Computer output: NA or possibly N type with S score of 34 (low-moderate). High temperament T and extroversion E scores. High sanguinity/narcissism N score. Possible predisposition to impulse-control disorder or ADHD.
The subject appears to agree with the test diagnosis.
According to our compilation of NPA test results, in subjects volunteering the diagnosis of “Asperger syndrome/autism", about 50 per cent give test results of ‘lack of P trait”, as in the present case illustrated below.