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A Comparison between Christopher Boone and Raymond Babbitt Asperger´s disorder is not a disease, but a developmental brain disorder. It is four times more prevalent in boys compared to girls and it reveals no racial, ethnic or social boundaries. Family income, lifestyle and educational levels do not affect the prospect of Asperger´s disease's occurrence. According to Hans Asperger: it's very important to know that the person with AS perceives the world differently. Thus, many behaviours that appear strange are due to those neurological differences and not the result of intentional rudeness or bad behaviour. The two Christopher Boone, in the book The Curious Incident of the Dog at Night-Time, along with Raymond Babbitt, in the movie Rainman, suffer with AspergerÂ´s disorder. They have several characteristics in common: they're both autistic savants with impaired social interaction, problems with verbal and non-verbal communication, and restricted, repetitive patterns of behaviour, interests and activities. Moreover, Christopher and Raymond are like that they are both autistic mathematical savants. According to the Wikipedia free dictionary: A autistic savant, historically called an idiot savant, is a individual with both autism and savant syndrome. Savant syndrome describes someone having a developmental or psychological handicap of some sort with exceptional mental abilities not seen in the majority of people. Christopher?s mathematical interests are represented in his numbering his chapters rigorously with prime numbers, disregarding composite numbers, such as 6 and 4. He is also the first student to have an A level in Maths and to get an A grade at his college. Christopher has a photographic memory and is very observant. Similarly, Raymond.