Um, according to the research, children have to have an IQ in the 180 range for it to begin to impair their social functioning. That's over five standard deviations above the mean, which makes it probably about .0001% as common as Aspergers.
I have a husband with asperger's. people who have asperger's can overcome shyness and become socially normal, like my husband. However, they have problems expressing their feelings. They are "stuck inside and have a hard time getting to the surface". Also people with asperger's have narrowed interests that they know an extensive and unbelievable amount about. It's not true there is only one interest, my husband has 3. However, everything he does relates back to those interests. And the interests are also pretty related to one another. You can look it up online. But an asperger's person will get angry or frustrated if you try to get them to talk about their feelings. Also, some things bother them more than the average person--like loud noises(which are not music) or very bright lights. But the majority of the time, if they are like my husband, you don't even notice they have it. You forget. But that can lead to problems.
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