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broad autism phenotype

  1. Daydreamer

    Why I'm here.

    So, I've decided to make this thread in order to clarify a few things. Firstly, I am not autistic. However, I am in no way qualified to provide mentoring or advice on how to cope for those who are. This is something that I get asked about, and I'd like to make it clear that's not a service I can...
  2. M

    Question about autism versus autistic traits

    I found this online: Suppose a genetic test for the BAP became available, and the following situation occurred: Two siblings test positive for the BAP at birth. No difference between them was noted during their first year of life. An evaluation of both siblings at 3 years old found only one...
  3. Daydreamer

    Broad Autism Phenotype (BAP).

    I am curious if anyone here feels as though this term fits them. Personally, although I am not autistic, I do exhibit some traits commonly associated with the condition. Mainly how I get overstimulated by sensory information, sometimes flap my hands or pace when stressed, can be a bit...
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