I just discovered that the eye-recognition test was part of a larger one, taken from the Baron-Cohen Systemising/Empathising tests. So I did the rest.
Systemising:Your score: 38
- which is at the high end of average, but not quite into the Asperger's area.
0 - 19 = low20 - 39 = average (most women score about 24 and most men score about 30)
40 - 50 = above average (most people with Asperger Syndrome or high-functioning autism score in this range)
51 - 80 is very high (three times as many people with Asperger Syndrome score in this range, compared to typical men, and almost no women score in this range)
80 is maximum
EmpathisingYour score: 150 - 32 = low (most people with Asperger Syndrome or high-functioning autism score about 20)
33 - 52 = average (most women score about 47 and most men score about 42)
53 - 63 is above average
64 - 80 is very high
80 is maximum
Autism QuotientYour score: 29 - again, almost into Aspergers, but not quite.
0 - 10 = low
11 - 22 = average (most women score about 15 and most men score about 17)23 - 31 = above average
32 - 50 is very high (most people with Asperger Syndrome or high-functioning autism score about 35)
50 is maximum
Now, obviously, this a self-assessed test, and I'm sure that a fair few of the answers could be quibbled over, and are situational. But the overall results don't surprise me at all.
It looks like I lack the empathising skills necessary for general social life, but don't quite have the systemising ones for just avoiding people and focussing on the interesting stuff.
Addendum: It's here
- warning, sometimes overloaded - keep trying and you'll get there...