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Sherlock Holmes Personality

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Brittany Mascara

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A Case of Identity Sherlock Holmes The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist The Reigate Puzzle The Crooked Man Characteristics:
socially inept
deductive reasoning
one track mind
drug addiction
obsessive Kati Bowlin
Angela Bredeman
Peyton Hinson
Brittany Mascara
Jason Tuma Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
First appeared 1887
Beloved in English Literature
200 Movies and TV Shows
Approx. 500 appearances in pop culture The Effect of Intelligence on Personality A Study on Asperger Syndrome Dr. John Watson and Sherlock Holmes The Man with the Twisted Lip An Addicts Reactions The Final Problem The Resident Patient The Greek Interpreter Cocaine Addiction Anti Social Personality Disorder What is Asperger Syndrome? High Functioning form of Autism
Sees world from different perspective
"Autistic Intelligence"
Fixates on one item at any given moment
Lacks basic social skills
70 years before Ausperger's became syndrome Angela Bredeman
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