Affected or Lack of CB-ROMs and VP-LB communication
With little or no social skills resulting out of problems in building CB-ROMs, to comply socially (in order to follow social norms), many are forced to adapt behavioural routines that otherwise require CB-ROMs, e.g. displaying false emotions. As they are forced to adapt, it is conscious behaviour, which arises from their VP. This increases their VP utilization drastically.
In cases where they have problems in VP-LB communication, based on their compulsion to follow such behavioural routines, they need to engage their VP every time they perform them. This limits their efficiency, which affects their capacity to perform day-to-day activities. Based on the deeply embedded superiority bias
(more under title Superiority Bias), the knowledge that they have to engage their conscious mind where others don't, and thus, are inferior as compared to others, annoys them, which results in aggressive behaviour, as seen in some cases of autism.
When in a new environment, a person needs to engage his VP to perceive new sensations, new objects, new people, etc. In familiar environments, most perceptions are automatic, i.e. received in the past and sent to VP in summarized form by LB
(more under title LB Summary), and thus implicit.
With problems in VP-LB communication, as automatic storage and retrieval of data from LB for previously encountered interactions (the amount of which is very high) is affected, VP utilization becomes very high in both, new and familiar environments, which is proportional to the experiences they encounter. As new environments require more processing than familiar environments, they resist change of environment and prefer to be in the same environment.
Any change in routine activities means dealing with new situations, and thus, new perceptions, which need complex processing and storing of past and/or future data multiple times in LB. Based on the above, as it increases VP utilization drastically, they resist changes in their daily routine and get annoyed when they are forced to, which can be seen in autistic patients.