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Re: Asperger's disorder Noa

Posted by IsoM on December 19, 2001, at 19:41:55

In reply to Re: Asperger's disorder, posted by Noa on December 19, 2001, at 18:56:49


Most times, yes, intense interest in a narrow range of subjects is quite true, but not always. It may depend on their intelligence & how many interest they were exposed to as a child. Even though my son has Aspergers, & computers take up his main interest, he's also very interested in Japanese culture, language, art & cuisine. He's interested in other aspects of art, a lot of different literature, wood-working, astronomy, & other things but I can see the intense focus on computers mostly.

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> I think another common aspect of Aspergers is intense interest in one thing--like collecting, or fascination with one topic or hobby, etc.


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