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There probably never will be a Hollywood film with a "100 %" accurate depiction of AS - because it really does vary from person to person.

Well, we here at TV Tropes aim to fix you up with that info.

Asperger Syndrome was discovered by Austrian pediatrician Hans Asperger in 1944.

Treatment only exists in isolating problematic symptoms and making an effort to overcome or work around them.

There is a lot of misinformation going around about the nature of Asperger's, often thanks to the above misdiagnoses and the following backlash, and you really should do the research before you end up making the wrong assumptions in front of the genuinely diagnosed.

There is still a lot unknown about Asperger's Syndrome, as with most mental conditions, and research into the condition continues today.

Likewise, the term "Neurotypical" is sometimes used as an in joke by people diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders to refer to people who aren't diagnosed with one, and some use it as an insult or slur.

Allistic is another term used to refer to non-autistic people, as neurotypical or neurodivergent can also refer to people with, say, bipolar disorder or depression.

Alternatively, some consider it more polite to refer to someone with Asperger's as someone who has Asperger's.

It is open to debate whether Asperger's is simply a collection of traits that every human being has to some degree or another.

It has been said that Asperger's contagious; their logical thinking and open-voiced approach to telling you what they think makes them good at bringing you around to their point of veiw.

Indeed, good old Hans had a generally positive view of what he called the "Little Professors" due to their ability to memorize facts, and unlike his colleagues at the time was very positive about what Autistic children, if given a supportive attitude, could achieve.

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