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Originally posted by Ben-CS
Actually, Asperger is a rather mild form of autism; and, autistics in general range from "completely disabled" to "fully functional". I myself fall into the latter category.
Originally posted by eNtRopY
A person can actually write a PhD thesis on the influence that Star Wars had on generation X or the social interaction of people at raves.
I never thaught that Social science were actually science. Some of my friend (studying in pure science) took some psychology class and realize that some time its a matter of opinion rather than having good experiemental design.
Asperger Syndrome is a developmental disorder that affects a person's social and communication skills. It is considered on the autism spectrum, and individuals with Asperger Syndrome often have difficulty with social interactions, nonverbal communication, and may have specific interests or routines.
The symptoms of Asperger Syndrome can vary from person to person, but some common symptoms include difficulty with social interactions, challenges with nonverbal communication, a limited range of interests, and repetitive behaviors.
Currently, there is no known cure for Asperger Syndrome. However, with early intervention and support, individuals with Asperger Syndrome can learn skills to manage their challenges and lead fulfilling lives.
Asperger Syndrome is typically diagnosed through a combination of observations and assessments by healthcare professionals. This may include interviews with the individual and their family, as well as evaluations of their social and communication skills.
Individuals with Asperger Syndrome may face challenges with social interactions, communication, and understanding social cues. They may also struggle with sensory sensitivities and may have difficulty adjusting to changes in routines. It is important to provide support and understanding for these challenges and to help individuals with Asperger Syndrome develop strategies to overcome them.