The signs that commonly appear in a person suffering from this disorder are:
- Facing a lot of difficulty making friends with people of the same age. Children may only feel good with adults, or anyone younger to them.
- Engaging in one sided conversation, without knowing if the listener is really listening to or is trying to change the subject.
- Displaying nonverbal communication, such as lack of eye contact or awkward gestures.
- Insensitive to the feelings of a person, or having a hard time reading other’s mood or understanding the other person’s humour.
- Always self absorbed
- Speaking in a voice that is jerky or abnormally fast.
- Having a difficulty in understanding the nuances and depth of language, despite having a great vocabulary.