Do puzzle pieces and autism puzzle piece logos evoke negative associations?

  1. Adam R Raimond
  2. Bev Harp

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Description: This study examined whether puzzle-piece images evoke negative associations in the general public.


Link to the published paper here (paywalled): Link to the preprint here: 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 i...


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