Allistic is another term used to refer to non-autistic people, as neurotypical or neurodivergent can also refer to people with, say, bipolar disorder or depression.
Alternatively, some consider it more polite to refer to someone with Asperger's as someone who has Asperger's.
The severity of Asperger's and autism varies, hence the "autistic spectrum" (some refer to Asperger's as "autism-lite").
Some people are lucky enough to have a mild enough case that, although it affects how they live and interact, they can also deal with society as a whole while others may have severe enough cases that they require close and near-constant supervision and won't interact much at all with anyone.
He noticed that some of the children in his practice were somewhat socially awkward, and began studying them.
Since obviously there wasn't a name for it at the time, his official term for them was 'Autistic Psychopaths', though at the time 'psychopath' didn't quite have the negative tone it has today.
Also known as 'Asperger's Syndrome', 'Aspergers', 'AS' and an upcoming favorite, 'High-Functioning Autism'.
It's something of a 50/50 whether an Aspie wishes they weren't, or they may actually on Neurotypical people, thinking of them as mindless sheep following the status quo, dishonest and arrogant, or even cruel and insensitive.For example, saying "I talked with John who has Asperger's" rather than "I talked to John the Aspie".