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  1. Autism Spectrum Quotient – AQ, is a questionnaire published in 2001 by Simon Baron-Cohen and his colleagues at the Autism Research Centre in Cambridge, UK. Research areas and subjects [ edit ] Epidemiology of autism – the study of factors affecting autism spectrum disorders (ASD).

  2. Jun 10, 2019 · Autism and Autism Spectrum Disorder are different things. Autism Spectrum, like what used to be Aspergers in the DSM, are less on the spectrum and thus have less difficulty with empathy. Being introverted is not the same as having an ASD. ASD is a different level of reclusion, overwhelm, etc. Huge difference.

  3. Jun 05, 2020 · For those of you have taken the AQ / Autism Test, you are probably wondering what the results mean. While you’re interpreting the results, please bear in mind that the scores of the AQ test are based on statistical analysis of people with Autism who have taken the test and while it isn’t an exact science it does give an indication of ones level of autistic tendencies.

  4. Apr 22, 2013 · This Autism Spectrum Quotient quiz was created to give an indication of autism spectrum disorder traits in adults. It is interesting to note that 16.4 was the average score that people received in the first major trial of this autism test. Another point of interest is that around 80% of those actually diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder ...

  5. Undated, 2006. (Riksföreningen Autism is the national Swedish association for people with autism and autism-like disorders.) Letter to the Swedish Chancellor of Justice The Swedish Child Neuropsychiatry Science Foundation. Letter detailing the actions by Christopher Gillberg opponents, the involvement of public figures and the media, and the ...

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    Mar 27, 2017 · Clinical diagnosis of ASD, which was established prior to recruitment to the study for all ASD participants, was confirmed using the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule-Generic (ADOS-G) 1 and the Autism Diagnostic Interview Revised (ADI-R) 2, and clinical consensus diagnosis carried out by an expert clinician (Prof .Louise Gallagher).

  7. Mr. and Mrs. Olson both have schizophrenia, and they have three children: Todd, a 16-year-old, and Liz and Lena, identical twins. Lena has schizophrenia like her parents. Mr. Olson's parents live with the family, and his mother struggles with mood swings.

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