Isn't it a mild form of Autism.you could go to autism speaks.org to find more info.
While they have changed the definition of Aspergers and do not consider it a form of autism anymore...that still seems to be the closest definition in my mind-a mild form of autism.
They have difficulty relating to groups, and sensory experiences, some aversion to touching or being touched, thought processes tend to be different then most and often they describe their own thinking as coming in patterns and/or numbers.
Often routines are very important to them to the point of great anxiety if things are changed.
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