Symptom Tests for Adults

Autism Symptom Test for Adults

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Do your family members lovingly refer to you as the “eccentric professor” of the family?

Is your memory like a steel trap, even for facts that you don’t fully understand?

Are you always bumping into things, or tripping over your own feet?

Do you enjoy inventing your own words and expressions that might seem quirky to others?

Are you really (really) good at a skill like math or music, but struggle to succeed in other areas?

Do you prefer to read non-fiction over fiction books?

Do you have trouble understanding what people mean when they say they feel embarrassed for someone else?

When you’re having a conversation with someone, do you prefer to look at the wall, their shoes, or anywhere but directly into their eyes?

Have you always wanted a best friend, but never found one?

Do you talk to friends at a party the same way you would talk to co-workers in the office?

Do you prefer to play individual games and sports like golf, where everyone works for themselves, instead of team sports and games where everyone works toward a common goal?

Think about your daily routine. Would you say you follow the same schedule every day of the week, and don’t like unexpected events?

Did bullies target you in grade school?

Even when you’re in a quiet place, like the library, do you find yourself making involuntary noises, like clearing your throat over and over?

Do people say that you speak like a robot?

Are expressions like “Curiosity killed the cat” or “Don’t count your chickens before they hatch” odd to you?

Are you always the first one to notice when a friend has gotten a haircut or made a small change to their appearance?

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