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criminal minds reid yes i'm a genius

from the day he was born, he was trouble.

via pecunium, an online quiz that purports to measure neurotypical vs. autism-spectrum traits....





I have no idea what it means, other than that I'm apparently fairly dissociated and intellectually focused, but it's pretty.

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If I understand it, you are more normal than I am.

I think the axes are deviations from 0, so the further out you are, the more affected you are.

Hee. I'm not measuring particularly neurotypical either...

Heh.

I've got ADHD (diagnosed).
I see 171 questions, go "too many..." and give up.

Hmmm....

Mine said "Some Pig"
I am apparently rather frighteningly...neurotypical.

I don't know what that means.
It means your brain works!
Well, somebody has to do the mental health professionals' jobs for them--
I scored 106 Aspie, 104 NT.

As in everything else I seem to have two different people with two entirely different skill sets running around in my head.
Well i got exacty the same as you - what does that mean?

Hi sis???
It means I'm the one with the goatee.
118 neurotypical, 98 Aspie.

Which is pretty standard for me on these tests. I'm not at all on the autistic spectrum, but whatever spectrum I'm on mimics it in certain significant ways.

Like patternsense and information collecting. And being incredibly impatient with social rituals for the sake of social rituals. And getting overstimulated amazingly quickly.

But I read people /fine/. Better than fine, actually. And I'm not flat in affect at all. Almost the opposite.

I keep wondering about what kind of mental process would result in an autistic spectrum mimicry syndrome. What on /earth/ that could possibly be a decent coping mechanism for, as it's kind of strange to have that layered on top of what is apparently a pretty functional set of social-interaction tools.
*g* Well, you know. Introversion, bipolar disorder (especially if you get the superproductive hypomanias), subclinical OCD...

I'm pretty good at people, too. And nuance. And grey areas.

Basically, brains are weird. And get crosswired in neat ways.
Ahhhh shit now I have Aspergers! :P
Half of fandom claims it...
It appears to mean you're about halfway between neurotypical and Aspie (judging only by others I've seen) which seems like it would be useful in your job....
Or possibky it means you're going out of your hed, in case oh hurry, or you may be dead.


Either it or I (and likely both) over compensated for being ADD/Dyslexic.

Not as pretty as yours.
[img]http://www.rdos.net/eng/quizpoly.php?p1=17&p2=92&p3=22&p4=23&p5=87&p6=70&p7=13&p8=80&p9=21[/img]

Now that some of us know that we are neurotypical hunter/intellectuals, do we start some kind of tribe?

Clearly our capacity to socialize and to stalk our prey is key to our survival. We'll wear tweed. We'll leap from our leafy hiding-places.

(This is clearly how we neurotypicals beat the Neanderthals).

~Dave
Your Aspie score: 165 of 200
Your neurotypical (non-autistic) score: 38 of 200
You are very likely an Aspie

My chart looks like the mirror image of John Scalzi's.

Amusingly, I'm in the half of fandom that doesn't claim Aspergers...
Hee.

Maybe you know soe many fans you never noticed? ;-)
Here's mine:

Your Aspie score: 105 of 200
Your neurotypical (non-autistic) score: 118 of 200
You seem to have both Aspie and neurotypical traits

http://tinyurl.com/26hxjt

Got my mind right, boss.

My high school psychology teacher gave us a test that measured what kind of mind we had: Abstract or Concrete, modified by -random or -sequential. It forever queered anything like it for me because I decoded it halfway through. "Four mind types...as many columns...total each column. So then we'll graph these and.."
Normal would be a perfect square.

But they are fun to take. Even more fun to question the questions: enjoy wandering in the woods alone? hmm....

Re: Got my mind right, boss.

Well, sure, any moron can hack the test. It's sort of supremely obvious.

So one chooses not to hack it to find out what the results would be. *g*
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