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Aspie-quiz
Your Aspie score: 98 of 200
Your neurotypical (non-autistic) score: 99 of 200
You seem to have both Aspie and neurotypical traits
Final version 2, 06-May-2012, Page 1/14

Aspie-quiz
Aspie talent
This group contains intellectually related Aspie traits. Typical traits are related to interests (e.g. having strong interests; hyper focusing; having periods of contemplation; collecting
information; good long term memory related to interests; figuring out how things work; making connections between things; strong-willed; stubborn). Other traits are related to information
processing (e.g. noticing details; finding patterns; unusual imagination; solving problems in unusual ways; unique ideas). Some people have special talents (e.g. numbers; language;
computers; music).
Diagnostic relation
None, but a high score is related to giftedness.
Your group score: 5.2 of 10 (average).
Detailed information about overall Aspie and neurotypical scoring
No
Question
Choice
Aspie
NT
1
Do you tend to get so absorbed by your special interests that you forget or ignore everything else?
?
2
Do you or others think that you have unconventional ways of solving problems?
?
As a child, was your play more directed towards, for example, sorting, building, investigating or taking things apart than towards social games with
3
0
0.00
0.59
other kids?
4
Do you have an avid perseverance in gathering and cataloguing information on a topic of interest?
1
0.69
0.00
5
Do you need periods of contemplation?
2
2.31
0.00
6
Do you notice patterns in things all the time?
0
0.00
0.00
7
Do you feel an urge to correct people with accurate facts, numbers, spelling, grammar etc., when they get something wrong?
1
1.27
0.00
8
Do you have one special talent which you have emphasised and worked on?
0
0.00
0.59
9
Do you tend to notice details that others do not?
?
4 / 12
1 / 1
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Aspie-quiz
Neurotypical talent
This group contains neurotypical intellectual talents. Often these are defined in terms of Aspie disabilities. Typical traits seem to be adaptations to cooperative living (e.g. giving and
remembering verbal instructions; learning from others; describing events; summarizing events; taking notes; keeping track of several conversations; learning things on demand; learning by
imitation). Other traits include multitasking and attention (e.g. doing several things at the same time; rapidly shifting focus; getting back to things quickly), getting a quick picture of one's
environment (e.g. generalizing; getting the overall picture), remembering where things are, grasping abstract concepts and organizing daily life.
Diagnostic relation
No direct, but many diagnoses like ADD/ADHD seem to be related to a low score
Your group score: 2.7 of 10 (below average).
Detailed information about overall Aspie and neurotypical scoring
No
Question
Choice
Aspie
NT
10
Do you get confused by several verbal instructions at the same time?
2
2.08
0.00
11
Do you have difficulty describing & summarising things for example events, conversations or something you've read?
0
0.00
2.37
12
Do you need to do things yourself in order to remember them?
2
2.31
0.00
13
If there is an interruption, can you quickly return to what you were doing before?
1
0.00
2.66
14
Do you find it very hard to learn things that you are not interested in?
2
2.54
0.00
15
Do you find it difficult to take notes in lectures?
0
0.00
1.18
16
Are you easily distracted?
2
2.31
0.00
17
Do you find it easy to do more than one thing at once?
0
0.00
0.00
9 / 12
6 / 16
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Aspie-quiz
Aspie compulsion
This group contains obsessive and compulsive Aspie traits. Typical of this group is a preference for sameness (e.g. routines; lists; schedules; sitting on the same seat; going to the same shop;
wearing the same clothes; eating the same food; always doing things in the same way). Related traits include getting frustrated when interrupted and a need to prepare oneself before doing
new things. Some people have strong attachments to objects and like to collect and organize things and may need precision or symmetry.
Diagnostic relation
A high score is related to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
Your group score: 4.9 of 10 (average).
Detailed information about overall Aspie and neurotypical scoring
No
Question
Choice
Aspie
NT
18
Does it feel vitally important to be left undisturbed when focusing on your special interests?
2
2.31
0.00
Before doing something or going somewhere, do you need to have a picture in your mind of what's going to happen so as to be able to prepare
19
2
2.08
0.00
yourself mentally first?
20
Do you prefer to wear the same clothes or eat the same food many days in a row?
1
0.81
1.18
21
Do you become frustrated if an activity that is important to you gets interrupted?
2
3.00
0.00
22
Do you get frustrated if you can't sit on your favorite seat?
1
0.69
1.18
23
Do you have strong attachments to certain favorite objects?
0
0.00
1.18
24
Do you have certain routines which you need to follow?
0
0.00
1.18
25
Do you find it disturbing or upsetting when others show up either later or sooner than agreed?
0
0.00
0.00
26
Do you need lists and schedules in order to get things done?
2
1.85
0.00
11 / 18
5 / 10
Final version 2, 06-May-2012, Page 4/14

Aspie-quiz
Neurotypical compulsion
This group contains socially related compulsive traits. Key traits are to enjoy social interaction (e.g. meeting people; involving others; games; crowds; large social networks; hosting events;
being a leader; gossip; cheering). Other traits are related to social conformity (e.g. having views typical of peer group; preferring to socialize with others of the same age and gender; interest
for fashions; wearing jewellery; wearing makeup; taking pride in ones appearance, style, image and identity; status seeking; climbing hierarchies).
Diagnostic relation
None.
Your group score: 3.1 of 10 (below average).
Detailed information about overall Aspie and neurotypical scoring
No
Question
Choice
Aspie
NT
27
Do you often feel out-of-sync with others?
1
1.38
0.59
28
Do you enjoy team sports?
0
0.00
0.00
29
Are your views typical of your peer group?
1
0.00
2.66
30
Do you naturally fit into the expected gender stereotypes?
0
0.00
0.00
31
Do you have an interest for the current fashions?
1
0.00
1.48
32
Do you enjoy gossip?
?
1 / 3
5 / 19
Final version 2, 06-May-2012, Page 5/14

Aspie-quiz
Aspie social
This group contain Aspie social traits. Important traits are a highly variable activity level with higher than normal motivation threshold. Other traits include atypical relationship & courtship
preferences (partner obsessions; not giving up on relationships; preference for friends of the opposite gender) and sexual preferences. Unusual eating and sleeping patterns as well as having a
hard time with authorities and social hierarchy are other traits.
Diagnostic relation
A high score is related to ADD/ADHD, Bipolar and ODD.
Your group score: 4.9 of 10 (average).
Detailed information about overall Aspie and neurotypical scoring
No
Question
Choice
Aspie
NT
33
Do you tend to say things that are considered socially inappropriate when you are tired, frustrated or when you act naturally?
0
0.00
0.59
34
Do you find it easier to understand and communicate with odd & unusual people than with ordinary people?
2
2.08
0.00
35
Is your sense of humor different from mainstream or considered odd?
1
1.15
0.30
36
Do you or others think that you have unusual eating habits?
1
0.81
0.89
37
Do you have an alternative view of what is attractive in the opposite sex?
2
1.61
0.00
38
Are you somewhat of a daydreamer, often lost in your own thoughts?
2
3.00
0.00
39
Do you tend to become obsessed with a potential partner and cannot let go of him/her?
0
0.00
0.00
40
Do you see your own activities as more important than other people's?
2
1.85
0.00
41
Do your feelings cycle regulary between hopelessness and extremely high confidence?
1
0.92
0.30
42
Do you have problems starting and / or finishing projects?
1
1.15
0.00
43
Do you have trouble with authority?
0
0.00
0.00
44
Do you have atypical or irregular sleeping patterns that deviate from the 24-h cycle?
0
0.00
0.00
45
Do you find the norms of hygiene too strict?
1
0.58
0.59
46
Do you sometimes lie awake at night because of too many thoughts?
0
0.00
0.00
47
Have you have had long-lasting urges to take revenge?
1
0.69
0.00
48
Do you have unusual sexual preferences?
?
14 / 28
3 / 7
Final version 2, 06-May-2012, Page 6/14

Aspie-quiz
Neurotypical social
This group contains neurotypical social traits. The absence of the traits is often described as a dysfunction. Key traits are adaptations for living in changing social groups (e.g. smalltalk;
social chitchat; shaking hands; saying `hi', `thank you' and `sorry'). Related traits are adaptations for socializing with strangers (e.g. being comfortable with strangers; enjoying talking
face-to-face with strangers; maintaining large social networks; easy to get to know; talking in public; enjoying uninvited guests). Other traits are related to friendships and relationships and
expressing feelings in typical ways (e.g. making and maintaining friendships and relationships; looking at people you talk to; enjoying hugs and touch; being emotionally close to others;
describing and talking about feelings) and cooperation with others (e.g. using others expertise; working while being observed).
Diagnostic relation
A low score is related to Social Phobia.
Your group score: 1.9 of 10 (below average).
Detailed information about overall Aspie and neurotypical scoring
No
Question
Choice
Aspie
NT
49
Do you have a tendency to become stuck when asked questions in social situation?
2
1.85
0.00
50
Do you avoid talking face to face with someone you don't know very well?
1
0.92
1.18
51
Do you get very tired after socializing, and need to regenerate alone?
2
2.54
0.00
52
Do people think you are aloof and distant?
2
2.08
0.00
53
Do you find it hard to be emotionally close to other people?
2
2.08
0.00
54
Do you dislike being touched or hugged unless you're prepared or have asked for it?
2
1.85
0.00
55
Do you dislike shaking hands with strangers?
2
1.38
0.00
56
Are you naturally good at returning social courtesies and gestures?
0
0.00
0.00
57
Do you prefer to do things on your own even if you could use others' help or expertise?
2
2.54
0.00
58
Do you enjoy meeting new people?
1
0.00
2.66
59
Do you find yourself at ease in romantic situations?
0
0.00
0.00
60
Do you dislike it when people drop by to visit you uninvited?
2
2.08
0.00
61
Do you find it natural to wave or say 'hi' when you meet people?
0
0.00
0.00
62
Do you dislike working while being observed?
2
2.77
0.00
20 / 21
4 / 30
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Aspie-quiz
Aspie communication
This group contains communication related Aspie traits. Key traits in this group are related to atypical nonverbal communication (e.g. odd facial expressions; odd posture; odd prosody;
being accused of staring; using unusual sounds in conversations; blinking or rolling eyes; clenching fists; grinding teeth; thrusting tongue; blushing). Related traits are stims (e.g. wringing
hands; rubbing hands; twirling fingers; rocking; tapping eyes; pressing eyes; fiddling with things; pacing; flapping hands; biting self or others; chewing on things; picking scabs; peeling skin
flakes; examining hair of others; singing). Tics are also here and are often confused with stims (e.g. stuttering; sniffing; snorting; coughing; echolalia; echopraxia). Other traits include
general communication differences (e.g. not verbalizing thoughts; talking softly or loudly; turning words around; talking to oneself; odd pronunciation; not separating `I', `we' and `you').
Some people also prefer to look a lot at people they like and not at all at people they dislike.
Diagnostic relation
A high score is sometimes related to Tourette, but the primary relation is with stimming and unusual communication.
Your group score: 4.5 of 10 (average).
Detailed information about overall Aspie and neurotypical scoring
No
Question
Choice
Aspie
NT
63
Do people comment on your unusual mannerisms and habits?
1
0.81
1.18
64
Do you often have lots of thoughts that you find hard to verbalize?
0
0.00
1.18
65
In conversations, do you need extra time to carefully think out your reply, so that there may be a pause before you answer?
1
0.92
1.18
66
Do you often don't know where to put your arms?
1
0.92
0.89
67
Have others commented or have you observed yourself that you make unusual facial expressions?
0
0.00
2.37
68
Do you tend to talk either too softly or too loudly?
0
0.00
1.18
69
Have you been accused of staring?
?
70
Have others told you that you have an odd posture or gait?
?
71
Do you wring your hands, rub your hands together or twirl your fingers?
2
1.61
0.00
72
Do you rock back-&-forth or side-to-side (e.g. for comfort, to calm yourself, when excited or overstimulated)?
0
0.00
2.37
73
In conversations, do you use small sounds that others don't seem to use?
0
0.00
2.37
74
Do recently heard tunes or rhytms tend to stick and replay themselves repeatedly in your head?
?
75
Do you tap your ears or press your eyes (e.g. when thinking, when stressed or distressed)?
?
76
Do you repeat vocalizations made by others?
1
0.58
0.89
77
Do you fiddle with things?
1
1.15
0.00
78
Do you pace (e.g. when thinking or anxious)?
0
0.00
0.59
79
Do you stutter when stressed?
0
0.00
1.78
80
Do you tend to look a lot at people you like and little or not at all at people you dislike?
1
1.04
0.00
81
Do you bite your lip, cheek or tongue (e.g. when thinking, when anxious or nervous)?
2
1.85
0.00
82
Do you feel an urge to peel flakes off yourself and / or others?
1
0.81
0.59
83
Do you talk to yourself?
2
2.31
0.00
84
Do you sometimes mix up pronouns and, for example, say "you" or "we" when you mean "me" or vice versa?
0
0.00
2.37
12 / 30
19 / 25
Final version 2, 06-May-2012, Page 8/14

Aspie-quiz
Neurotypical communication
This group contains typical nonverbal communication traits. A key trait is the ability to interpret and show typical nonverbal communication (e.g. facial expressions; body language;
courtship; timing; reciprocity; turn-taking; prosody). The absence of these abilities lead to secondary problems (e.g. unaware of how to behave; unaware of boundaries; being misunderstood;
missing hidden agendas; being unaware of others intentions; misinterpreting figures of speech, idioms and allegories; literal interpretation; not knowing when to apologize; saying
inappropriate things; seemingly poor empathy).
Diagnostic relation
A low score is related to Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC)
Your group score: 4.6 of 10 (average).
Detailed information about overall Aspie and neurotypical scoring
No
Question
Choice
Aspie
NT
85
Do you find it difficult to figure out how to behave in various situations?
2
2.08
0.00
86
Do you have problems with timing in conversations?
1
0.92
1.78
87
Do you tend to express your feelings in ways that may baffle others?
2
1.85
0.00
88
Do others often misunderstand you?
1
1.27
1.18
89
Do you forget you are in a social situation when something gets your attention?
1
0.81
1.78
90
As a teenager, were you usually unaware of social rules & boundaries unless they were clearly spelled out?
0
0.00
1.18
91
Do people sometimes think you are smiling at the wrong occasion?
0
0.00
2.96
92
Do you tend to interpret things literally?
1
0.92
1.18
93
Do people often tell you that you keep going on and on about the same thing?
1
0.69
0.89
94
Are you often surprised what people's motives are ?
1
0.92
1.48
95
In a conversation, do you tend to focus on your own thoughts rather than on what your listener might be thinking?
1
1.15
0.00
96
Is it hard for you to see why some things upset people so much?
1
0.69
0.59
97
Do you instinctively know when it is your turn to speak when talking on the phone?
2
0.00
6.51
98
Do you know when you are expected to offer an apology?
0
0.00
0.00
99
Are you good at interpreting facial expressions?
1
0.00
2.66
100
Have you taken initiative only to find out it was not wanted?
?
101
Do you expect other people to know your thoughts, experiences and opinions without you having to tell them?
0
0.00
1.18
102
Do you find it easy to describe your feelings?
2
0.00
5.33
103
Do you have a monotonous voice?
?
104
Are you naturally so honest and sincere yourself that you assume everyone should be?
2
1.61
0.00
13 / 25
29 / 51
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Aspie-quiz
Aspie hunting
This group contains passive hunting traits. One part of the traits is related to preferred habitats (e.g. slowly flowing water; caves; woods; liking mist or fog). Another part seems to be
close-contact hunting traits (e.g. jumping over things; climbing; chasing animals; biting; enjoying spinning in circles; strong grip; strong hands; physical endurance; enjoying rodeo riders).
Some other traits are related to sneaking (e.g. sneaking through the woods; sneaking up on animals; walking on toes) and general hunting tactics (e.g. mimicking animal sounds; digging;
throwing small things; building traps; fascination for fire; sniffing)
Diagnostic relation
None.
Your group score: 1.9 of 10 (below average).
Detailed information about overall Aspie and neurotypical scoring
No
Question
Choice
Aspie
NT
105
Do you mistake noises for voices?
0
0.00
2.37
106
Do you enjoy watching a spinning or blinking object?
?
107
Do you have a fascination for slowly flowing water?
?
108
Do you sometimes have an urge to jump over things?
0
0.00
0.59
109
Do you enjoy mimicking animal sounds?
0
0.00
0.59
110
Are you or have you been hyperactive?
0
0.00
0.00
111
Do you enjoy walking on your toes?
0
0.00
1.18
112
Have you been fascinated about making traps?
0
0.00
0.59
0 / 7
5 / 5
Final version 2, 06-May-2012, Page 10/14

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