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a developmental disorder characterized by severely impaired social skills, repetitive behaviors, and often, a narrow set of interests, but not involving delayed development of linguistic and cognitive abilities: now considered one of the autism spectrum disorders

any of various disorders, as autism and Asperger syndrome, commonly manifesting in early childhood and characterized by impaired social or communication skills, repetitive behaviors, or a restricted range of interests.




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neurotypical / NT

= relating or showing typical behavior and development

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Uses as description for autistic behavior :

Stimulation of senses to reduce stress / calm down

*Examples of my stimmig in article “masking autism”

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special interest

*see article "Asperger and special interests"

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Used as description for avoiding and blocking all sensory input - not taking in, processing or expressing any sensory perception

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Used as description of having too much (different) sensory input and being overwhelmed with the sensation of sensory perception

Also being unable of processing and/ or expressing it

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a quickly developing breakdown or collapse with sudden loss of control over one’s feelings or behavior

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Used as description for hiding autistic traits

*Description of it in my article “masking autism”

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an optical instrument in which bits of glass, held loosely at the end of a rotating tube, are shown in continually changing symmetrical forms by reflection in two or more mirrors set at angles to each other.

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not typical; not conforming to the type; irregular; abnormal, atypical behavior


Also title of Netflix Show about autism

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any of various disorders, as autism and Asperger syndrome, commonly manifesting in early childhood and characterized by impaired social or communication skills, repetitive behaviors, or a restricted range of interests.

ORIGIN OF ASPERGER SYNDROME

named after Hans Asperger, 1906–80, Austrian pediatrician, who described it in 1944

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a developmental disorder characterized by severely impaired social skills, repetitive behaviors, and often, a narrow set of interests, but not involving delayed development of linguistic and cognitive abilities: now considered one of the autism spectrum disorders

any of various disorders, as autism and Asperger syndrome, commonly manifesting in early childhood and characterized by impaired social or communication skills, repetitive behaviors, or a restricted range of interests.

ORIGIN OF ASPERGER SYNDROME

named after Hans Asperger, 1906–80, Austrian pediatrician, who described it in 1944

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