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Autism spectrum quotient Psychologist Simon Baron-Cohen and his colleagues at Cambridge's Autism Research Center have created the test called Autism-Spectrum Quotient, or AQ, as a measure of the extent of autistic traits in adults. Psychologist Simon Baron-Cohen and his colleagues at Cambridge's Autism Research Center have created the test called Autism-Spectrum Quotient, or AQ, as a measure of the extent of autistic traits in adults.

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Psychologist Simon Baron-Cohen and his colleagues at Cambridge's Autism Research Center have created the test called Autism-Spectrum Quotient, or AQ, as a measure of the extent of autistic traits in adults.
Answer all the questions to know your IQ within the autism spectrum.

Please note: for each question 4 answers are offered.
From left: totally agree, partially agree, partially disagree, totally disagree.
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In the first large experiment of using this test, the mean score of the control group was 16.4. Eighty percent of people diagnosed with autism or a related disorder scored 32 or higher. However, the test is not a diagnostic tool, and many of those who have passed 32 points, and even respond to the diagnostic criteria for mild autism or Asperger, do not report any particular difficulties in everyday life.
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Question 1:
I prefer to do things in company instead of alone.
Question 2:
I prefer to do things always the same way.
Question 3:
If I try to imagine something, I find it very easy to create an image in my mind.
Question 4:
I often get so absorbed by something to lose sight of other things.
Question 5:
I often hear weak sounds that others do not notice.
Question 6:
Usually pay close attention to car number plates or similar details.
Question 7:
Frequently, other people tell me that what I have said is rude, whereas I think it is correct.
Question 8:
When I read a story, I can easily imagine the appearance of the characters.
Question 9:
I am fascinated by the dates.
Question 10:
On social occasions I can easily follow the conversations of different people.
Question 11:
In social situations I feel comfortable.
Question 12:
I tend to notice details that others do not notice.
Question 13:
I prefer to go to the library rather than to a party.
Question 14:
I can easily invent stories.
Question 15:
I find that people attract me more than things.
Question 16:
I tend to have very strong interests, and it bothers me strongly if I can not pursue them.
Question 17:
I like to participate in the conversation.
Question 18:
When I speak, it is not always easy for others to get involved in the conversation.
Question 19:
I'm fascinated by numbers.
Question 20:
When I'm reading a story, I can hardly understand the intentions of the characters.
Question 21:
I do not particularly like reading narrative.
Question 22:
It's hard for me to make new friends.
Question 23:
I continually notice patterns in things.
Question 24:
I am more willing to go to the theater than to a museum.
Question 25:
It does not bother me if my daily routine is altered.
Question 26:
I often do not know how to continue a conversation.
Question 27:
When someone is talking to me, I find it easy to "read between the lines".
Question 28:
I usually focus more on the whole image than on the small details.
Question 29:
I'm not very good at remembering phone numbers.
Question 30:
Small changes in a situation or in a person's appearance are usually unknown.
Question 31:
I can distinguish if someone who listens to me is getting bored.
Question 32:
I can easily do more than one thing at the same time.
Question 33:
When I'm on the phone, I'm not sure when it's my turn to talk.
Question 34:
I like doing things spontaneously.
Question 35:
Often I am the last to grasp the meaning of a joke.
Question 36:
I can easily guess what a person thinks or feels just looking at his face.
Question 37:
If they interrupt me while I'm busy doing something, I can resume very quickly.
Question 38:
I can do well in social conversation.
Question 39:
People often tell me that I always insist on the same subject.
Question 40:
When I was young I used to play with other children to "pretend to ...".
Question 41:
I like to gather information on categories of things (eg car types, birds, trains, plants).
Question 42:
I can hardly imagine what my life would be like if I were another person.
Question 43:
I like to carefully plan all the activities in which I participate.
Question 44:
I love social occasions.
Question 45:
It is difficult for me to understand people's intentions.
Question 46:
New situations make me anxious.
Question 47:
I like meeting new people.
Question 48:
I am a good diplomat.
Question 49:
I'm not very good at remembering people's date of birth.
Question 50:
It is very easy for me to play with children to "pretend to ...".
Think and evaluate well before answering
 
 
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