Aberrant social contact

33. The child avoids making direct eye contact with you.

Never □ Rarely □ Sometimes □ Often □ Always □

34. The child is more interested in objects than people.

Never □ Rarely □ Sometimes □ Often □ Always □

35. The child walks over people in his/her way as if they were objects. Never □ Rarely □ Sometimes □ Often □ Always □

36. If a stranger walks up to your child and holds out his/her hand, does your child take that hand and walk off with the stranger?

Never □ Rarely □ Sometimes □ Often □ Always □

37. When you (the caregiver) follow the child through a swinging door, the child neglects to hold the door so that it doesn't hit you in the face.

Never □ Rarely □ Sometimes □ Often □ Always □

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