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  1. blue_bird

    A symptom of Neurodiversity or something else?

    Let me first state that I am not officially diagnosed and only merely brought up the subject of autism once to which I was told by a psychiatrist that I was too intelligent and articulate to be autistic. It seems unlikely that I'll be considered on the spectrum since where I stay only people...
  2. Joshua the Writer

    IQ Tests are Obviously Biased!

    Here is an article a friend sent to me a few minutes ago. It's called Intelligence Testing: Accurate or Extremely Biased? It's from neuroethicsblog.com. ---------------------------------------------------------- In the early 1900s, psychologist Charles Spearman noticed that children who did well...
  3. MrSpock

    Dysrationalia - are aspies somewhat immune?

    Thanks to @WildCat for posting this link (more competently) in another thread. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/rational-and-irrational-thought-the-thinking-that-iq-tests-miss/ There was obviously a time when I did not know enough to understand those puzzles, but there wasn't a time...
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