Nose-closest areas - aspergers vs other autisms

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where is your different articulated corner ?
the right eye (i'm asperger) 50%  50%  [ 4 ]
the left eye (i'm asperger) 38%  38%  [ 3 ]
the right eye (other autism) 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
the left eye (other autism) 13%  13%  [ 1 ]
Total votes : 8

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02 Dec 2014, 4:06 pm

Different articulation of the Nose-closest corner of one eye.
The last topic had dead links, so i put it back, unfortunately, it will be difficult to find answers of subjects with a classical autism.
My hypothesis is that an asperger will still have the difference on the left eye and someone with another autism, don't no why, on the right.
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There are a general pattern that seems to indicate an autism. But is the place, the same for the aspergers and the classical autistics ?

Asperger examples
The difference appears on the left eye for those subjects.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ROfJbDSV28
http://youtu.be/teQ457XUznk?t=2m12s: random asperger, it works also for his left eye.

Other autism examples
The results are very stable on moderate to sever autism child, still on the same eye, the right. It could become difficult to see on adults or mild autism.

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http://youtu.be/RXmss3exFsA?t
http://youtu.be/g1t22nP8oxs
http://youtu.be/idOBGNTz-6E
http://youtu.be/u_ErZySNCJI?t
http://youtu.be/GRfbrxtnkSo

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http://youtu.be/l_8j59cU_PY



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03 Dec 2014, 5:23 am

I voted left eye aspergers but my sight is bad there. Then I see you meant psychical differences which is my right eye because it droops down.


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03 Dec 2014, 8:07 am

I don't know if I'm doing it right or not but if I close my right eye, I can see more of my nose than I can if I close my left eye. So, does than mean I should vote Left Eye (Asperger's) because that's what I did. I'm left handed, eyed, everything! Cacky handed!


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03 Dec 2014, 9:00 am

im not ASD and i got the difference in the left eye.



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03 Dec 2014, 9:44 am

catalina wrote:
im not ASD


You're NOT? You don't know what you're missing out on! :D


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03 Dec 2014, 1:08 pm

Quote:
I can see more of my nose than I can if I close my left eye.
-ImAnAspie
I don't know if their are a link. Each of us possess a dominant eye.
If your dominant eye is the right, your dominant brain is the left hemisphere and vice versa.
A right-handed hand and whose the eye governing is the right is thus said to be homogeneous. Same conclusion for a left-handed that has a left director eye. In contrast, a right-handed person and left-eye dominant (and vice versa) is called cross. The world population is homogeneous at 70%.
The left brain is the brain of numbers, rationality and order.
The right brain, in humans, is the brain of creativity, symbolic and intuition.
But this is not the subject.



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28 Oct 2017, 3:18 pm

An interesting update, 3 years later.

Looking people of other syndromes than autism, i noticed a similar pattern of what i call "the autism look" with people who possesses Fragile X and Lejeune’s syndrome.

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And surprisingly, wikipedia consolidates my previous statements:

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About a third of people (with fragile X syndrome) have features of autism such as problems with social interactions and delayed speech.
Some individuals also meet the diagnostic criteria for autism.
Of those with fragile X syndrome, prevalence of concurrent autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has been estimated to be between 15 and 60%.
Although individuals with FXS have difficulties in forming friendships, those with FXS and ASD characteristically also have difficulties with reciprocal conversation with their peers.
Genetic mouse models of FXS have also been shown to have autistic-like behaviors.
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fragile_X_syndrome)

Nothing about Lejeune’s syndrome.

Random eyes:
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