Do puzzle pieces and autism puzzle piece logos evoke negative associations? – Morton Ann Gernsbacher, Adam R Raimond, Jennifer L Stevenson, Jilana S Boston, Bev Harp, 2018

Abstract Puzzle pieces have become ubiquitous symbols for autism. However, puzzle-piece imagery stirs debate between those who support and those who object to its use because they believe puzzle-piece imagery evokes negative associations. Our study empirically investigated whether puzzle pieces evoke negative associations in the general public. Participants’ (N = 400) implicit negative associations were measured with … Continue reading Do puzzle pieces and autism puzzle piece logos evoke negative associations? – Morton Ann Gernsbacher, Adam R Raimond, Jennifer L Stevenson, Jilana S Boston, Bev Harp, 2018

As Seen On Facebook | Socializing Online Meme

Life Asper Margo Page Liked · May 29 · Edited ·      Social media is the perfect communication tool for autistic people “I’m autistic, and I struggle with communication. If there’s a misinterpretation to be made, I’ll make it. I’m forever being offended – and offending others in turn – simply because I’ve misunderstood the tone of a conversation. … Continue reading As Seen On Facebook | Socializing Online Meme