Reducing Omnivores’ Desire and Intentions to Eat Meat
Society for the Psychology of Human-Animal Intergroup Relations (PHAIR)
The goal of the PHAIR Society is to advance and promote scientific research and education on a wide range of topics related to how people perceive and treat animals, the consumption of plant-based vs. animal-derived products, animal advocacy, and veganism. This research field sits at the center of several interrelated areas including moral and social psychology, diet and health, human-animal relationships, and sustainability and environmental psychology. Although research in this area is often inspired by moral concerns for animals, the PHAIR Society is a scientific society and not an advocacy group.
PHAIR Research Presentations
We are excited to kick things off with a series of research talks from some of the top researchers in our field. We have tried to schedule the talks at times that will enable people to view them around the world. Join us on May 27th for "Reducing Omnivores’ Desire and Intentions to Eat Meat" with Catherine Forestell.
More information can be found here.