Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Test Yourself

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Autism Spectrum Quotient or AQ Test Aspie Quiz (comprehensive) EQ and SQ tests Gaia test

http://www.inthelight.co.nz/index.htm is a web-site with many pages of information that I am most interested in, including Aspergers, Led Zeppelin, and technology. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asperger_syndrome

Aspergers characters in film and TV series:

Commander Data from Star Trek Next Generation
Mr Spock from Star Trek Original Series
Rodney McKay from Stargate Atlantis
Seven-of-Nine from Star Trek Voyager
Chauncy Gardener, played by Peter Sellers in Being There is a particularly good portrayal
Jerry Espenson (1959) from Boston Legal (and also possibly Tourette Syndrome)

In bold are characters (above) or people (below) I have always strongly identified with.

Influential People with Aspergers:

Albert Einstein, Alan Turing, Al Gore, Andy Kaufman, Andy Warhol, Bill Gates, Bob Dylan, Carl Jung, Hans Asperger, Henry Ford, Isaac Asimov, Isaac Newton, Jane Austen, Mark Twain Michael Jackson (1958), Michael Palin, Mozart (could be ADHD instead), Nikola Tesla, Thomas Jefferson, Vincent Van Gogh, Woody Allen...

Aspies have problems with social interaction, and personal relationships are usually a disaster. It is hard to get exact figures, but from what I can glean at least 80% of Aspergers persons never get married or have a long-term relationship.

Tourette Syndrome - one of a number of tic disorders, affecting motor or speech. Some Aspergers people also have motor tics typical of Tourette syndrome.

Click here to print out cards to give out. Laws and rules of the NT earthlings that nobody ever tells you, the Aspie.

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