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Aspergers Autism By Nikki De Hoyos
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1) In Aspergers, there is a dysfunction in which lobe(s) of the brain? A) Frontal B) Temporal C) Occipital D) A & B E) A & C
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2) Which of these is not a characteristic of Aspergers? A) High IQ B) Random fixations C) Hyperactivity D) Repetition in routines E) Inability to understand social construction
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3) Children with Aspergers are exceptionally more perceptive to outside stimulus than a regular child A) True B) False
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4) If a neurologist explained a social situation for someone with Aspergers, it would be something like this: A) Following a schedule B) Seeing a picture and drawing it C) Learning to play the piano
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5) One of the defining factors of Aspergers is the exceptional ability to understand deep verbal meaning and subtle body language A) True B) False
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Aspergers Autism A developmental and neurological disorder There are studies shown that part of the disorder is a dysfunction in the frontal and temporal lobes of the brain. There is a possibility it is genetically linked.
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