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Making sense of dating algorithms is a virgin science and is still more miss than hit, says Mark Brooks, a dating-industry analyst and the editor of Online Personals Watch.

Schneier (2002) sees an overlap between social anxiety and other disorders which are marked by social inhibition.

He names Asperger Syndrome, autism and alcoholism as three of these alongside depression, eating disorders and social avoidance.

Berney (2004) also cites a strong predisposition for those with Asperger Syndrome to exhibit co-morbidity with a range of anxiety states and conditions including social phobia, panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder and others.“I am anxious all the time because I don’t know what’s going to happen.

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Tony Attwood, a leading authority on Asperger Syndrome, sees those with Asperger Syndrome managing anxiety as an everyday part of their lives and subsequently some of these people go on to develop anxiety disorders, including social anxiety disorder.

He suggests that current research shows that around 65% of adolescents with Asperger Syndrome have a secondary mood or affective disorder (such as depression or anxiety) (Attwood, 2006).“Social phobia, or social anxiety disorder, would be expected to be relatively common for those with Asperger Syndrome, especially in the teenage and adult years when they are more acutely aware of their confusion in social situations, of making social mistakes, and possibly suffering ridicule” - (Attwood, 2006).

“In order to really match people based on more than preferences — which is to say their personalities, their observable behaviors and the like — you’d need more sophisticated machine learning, more natural language recognition, more computing power,” she says.