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Old 12-24-2006, 06:27 AM   #258
Mike Sigman
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Re: How to teach and train relaxation

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Kevin Leavitt wrote:
Sorry, I would say that it not so much that he is not a fan.....the right words would be skeptic.
Ah, "Skeptics".... the greatest concentration of Aspergers Syndrome types.

Asperger's Syndrome is a neurological disorder that is often described as a milder variant of autistic disorder, and both conditions are grouped under the broad diagnostic category of autistic spectrum disorders, or pervasive developmental disorders. Pervasive developmental disorders (PDDs) are marked by significant impairment in several areas of development, especially those involving social interaction, language development, and communication skills. The trait most characteristic of Asperger's, though it is not present in all cases of the syndrome, is a pedantic, monotonic speech pattern, usually focused on a particularly narrow area of interest.
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