Should syndrome for Asperger's syndrome be capitalized?
Yes, Asperger's is capitalized because Asperger is the name of the pediatrician after whom Asperger's Syndrome is named, Hans Asperger.
Aspie = Person with Aspergers Syndrome. It's friendly slang that those with Aspergers Syndrome use to refer to themselves. People without Aspergers Syndrome are referred to as NTs - Neurotypicals.
It is estimate that around 700,000 children have Aspergers Syndrome.
Yes, women with Aspergers Syndrome experience menopause differently
Live your life normally as possible. You have always had it
You should choose it because it's interesting and you would enjoy doing it as your project.
Asperger's syndrome is diagnosed by your psychiatrist and/or psychologist.
Close, asburgeres sounds similar to aspergers. Asburgeres specifically does not exist but aspergers does. Other names for aspergers is asperger(s) syndrome and autistic psychopathy which is the original name for aspergers.
ANYONE can have Asperger's Syndrome.
Aspergers Syndrome can be called: Aspergers, High-Functioning Autism, or you could just call it Autism, because it's a type of Autism.
With capitalization, the correct spelling is Asperger's Syndrome or simply Asperger Syndrome.
Usually you are born and diagnosed with it
There is nothing in his bibliography to indicate that he had Aspergers' Syndrome. He may have had OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder) and had a photographic memory. He was also antisocial and very opinionated.
It should because it is in honor for the man who first researched it, Hans Asperger.
If Aspergers Syndrome runs in your family, then it is very common. But it is uncommon if it does not run in the mother's side of the family. There are about 1,000,000 Aspergers People in the United Kingdom, I have it so I know.
some are, but not all
No. Aspergers syndrome and autism and stuff like that can only affect humans.
Yes in fact savant syndrome is one of chance.
Aspergers syndrome is a disorder having to do with a person's ability to interact socially. Because it is a social disorder, the general health of a person with this syndrome would not be affected. The life expectancy is the same as that of any other person. The movie "Rain Man" is about a man with Aspergers (or somewhere on the Autism Spectrum). It may give you a better idea of what it is.
The Transporters DVD helps Children with Aspergers Syndrome as it tries to help build what they are lacking in certain areas such as facial expression recognition or emotion.
Yes! In many cases Aspergers Syndrome is never diagnosed :)
No, he just shy when cameras are on him.
If they wanted to, yes
Aspergers Syndrome is a type of Autism. You would likely take the child to a specialist who treats this type of brain disorder.
People with aspergers are often bullied Aspergers can lead to deprerssion, since they are lonlier and are have higher stress levels People with aspergers are often shy, and have troble making friends
Yes they can. People with Asperger's shockingly and usu. have a combination such as having Aspergers and OCD, or ADD, depression, anxiety, and Tourettes. In some cases developing schizophrenia can occur.
Yes because aspergers is a syndrome and schizophrenia affects a different part of the brain, possible but very rare.
It's a mental. Aspergers is a form of Autism which is a spectrum disorder and Aspergers is classed as a psychological disability.
There's no such thing as mild autism, there is just autism. A person is born Autistic, how their autism effects them can vary greatly and change throughout their lives. This is why autism is know an a spectrum disorder. Also some people claim Asperger Syndrome is a 'mild form of autism' but this isn't the case, it's just an old diagnosis for Autistic people who didn't display developmental delays - or often it was used… Read More
My behavior was "bizarre" at 18 months!
Some of them do.
My mother-in-law showed my wife an article on Aspergers Syndrome. That's how we figured out that our daughter had it. Tell the parent to read the explanation of Aspergers on Wikipedia, and see if they can detect any similarities.
Aspergers Syndrome people cannot deliberately manipulate others.
You could talk to a psychologist and tell them the signs of Aspergers that your husband is showing. That way if your husband does have Aspergers he can get medicine for his symptoms, but not all people with Aspergers need medicine
There isn't a common agreement about that, some people think it is a mental ilness, some think it's not, I personally have Asperger's syndrome and I disagree that it should be, purely because I think that Asperger's people are equal(If not greater) to everyone else
no Aspergers is a human disorder which is impossible for any animal to have.
It's spelled "Aspergers" and yes, they do get depressed.
No. she tested, "borderline positive," for Lupus she has said.
Probably, but it has only recently been named as such and clearly defined. Improved: Noone really knows when Aspergers' Syndrome was FIRST thought out, but the first researcher to define it, has since then made the case. You never know, back when the cavemans were around, Aspergers' syndrome could've had some effect.
Up or Down? The "D" of Down is always uppercase, i.e., capitalized - it's the name of the man who identified this specific syndrome. As to whether the word "syndrome" should be capitalized, there seems to be no final word on that. Various dictionaries and encyclopedias seem to have different styles. Answers.com goes for the option of spelling it like this: "Down syndrome." (See Related question.)
We face the challenges of intolerant people, disorganization and insomnia.
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It's higher in males than females.
Adam has Aspergers syndrome, not quite autism, but somewhat similar.
No, their is no way to prevent aspergers. It's genetic. But it is not such a bad thing to have.
Aspergers Syndrome sufferer
Yes, of course Autistic people can cry. Autistic people are as capable as any allistic person of crying, it's a normal human response to pain or happiness. Autistic people often have higher affective empathy which can make Autistic people more sensitive so thus can be more prone to crying as a result of emotional upset.
I have asperger's and I see yellow perfectly fine.
I have Aspergers and I really don't have the impression that he does.