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    Found this test online and thought it would be interesting to see what people score.

    It tests your ability to identify the emotional state of a person based only on images on their eyes.

    http://www.questionwritertracker.com...token=Z4MK3TKB
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    I am quite good at "reading" people, if I do say so myself :mmm:
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    I've always seen myself as being able to spot a shifty mother ****** and now it has finally been confirmed.

    :awesome:
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    29... I got easy ones wrong :sigh:
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    Come on. Where are all the Aspies tonight?
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    26... I swear loads of those eyes came up more than once. Though saying that I got bored by about question 5 and stopped looking at them zoomed up.
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    32/36.

    Am I not amazing.
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    I guessed for the majority of them :zomg:
    Is this the eyes task that was used to provide support for a cognitive explanation of autism, especially in autistic adults which lack ToM? Because if it was, damn this test was super hard. :yikes: :shock:
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    29 went for instinct
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    I got 20 :o:
    I ended up guessing most of them, they were too tiny to tell! And zoomed up was too big! :p:
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    (Original post by Tok-a-lot)
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    Looks Like your beyond autistic.

    There is no help for you. LOL
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    (Original post by Tok-a-lot)
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    :laugh:



    :console: Worry not.
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    (Original post by Tok-a-lot)
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    Damn, you're cool. No, really, you are. :yep:
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    Woo top scorer :woo:

    Seriously though, guesses
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    (Original post by crushdtinbox)
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    Woo top scorer :woo:

    Seriously though, guesses
    I scored 15 and I was genuinely trying. It's very difficult to tell the difference between flirty and hostile. Also the girls with the prostitute eyebrows cannot be anything BUT arrogant.

    I don't know the scientific validity of the test though. Seems a bit far fetched to suggest people have Autism on such a test.
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    (Original post by Joel4fun4u)
    I scored 15 and I was genuinely trying. It's very difficult to tell the difference between flirty and hostile. Also the girls with the prostitute eyebrows cannot be anything BUT arrogant.

    I don't know the scientific validity of the test though. Seems a bit far fetched to suggest people have Autism on such a test.
    LOL @ prostitute eyebrows :rofl:

    How can you distinguish the difference between a normal female's eyebrows to a prostitute's?
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    (Original post by Joel4fun4u)
    I scored 15 and I was genuinely trying. It's very difficult to tell the difference between flirty and hostile. Also the girls with the prostitute eyebrows cannot be anything BUT arrogant.

    I don't know the scientific validity of the test though. Seems a bit far fetched to suggest people have Autism on such a test.
    They have a shorter version of this on the BBC website that I looked at. Apparently men have a tendency to see flirtation when there isn't any.
 
 
 
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