Do men find me intimidating quiz

06 Dec

I find myself drawn more strongly to people than to things. I tend to have very strong interests, which I get upset about if I can’t pursue.

When I talk, it isn’t always easy for others to get a word in edgewise.

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Simon Baron-Cohen, a psychologist from Cambridge’s Autism Research Centre was assisted by his colleagues in the development of this AQ test. In a social group, I can easily keep track of several different people’s conversations.

I am often the last to understand the point of a joke. I find it easy to work out what someone is thinking or feeling just by looking at their face. If there is an interruption, I can switch back to what I was doing very quickly.

People often tell me that I keep going on and on about the same thing. When I was young, I used to enjoy playing games involving pretending with other children. I like to collect information about categories of things (e.g., types of cars, birds, trains, plants). I find it difficult to imagine what it would be like to be someone else. I like to carefully plan any activities I participate in.

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If you suspect that you or someone you care about is affected by asperger then it is important that you continue to learn more about this condition.

Another point of interest is that around 80% of those actually diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder got an AQ score of 32 or higher out of the maximum 50.

Below are the actual questions and instructions on taking the AQ Quiz For each question, record if you “Definitely agree”, “Slightly agree”, “Slightly disagree” or “Definitely disagree”. I prefer to do things with others rather than on my own. I prefer to do things the same way over and over again. If I try to imagine something, I find it very easy to create a picture in my mind. I frequently get so strongly absorbed in one thing that I lose sight of other things.

After strolling around Montmartre, Stéphane and I decided to take a different route to go back to the Abbesses metro stop.

Having heard that the bracelet scam guys supposedly operate at the foot of the steps near the funicular but never having seen them in action, I asked Stéphane to slow down to see if there was any truth to what I had been hearing.