Poster Session 1

Friday June 23, 13:00-14:00

  1. Catherine A. Forestell (William & Mary). A Matter of Taste, Health, and Tradition: Parents’ Rationales for Introducing Meat to their Children
  2. Philip McKibbin (The University of Sydney). Crafting a Loving Research Project
  3. Marzena Cypryanska (SWPS University of Social Science and Humanities). Vegetarianism and the endorsement of prosocial values
  4. Caitlin Mercier (Illinois State University). Black Feminist Approaches to Anti-Black Racism and Speciesism
  5. Matt Backhouse (Four Paws International). Cultural myths of dog and cat meat consumption in Southeast Asia
  6. Brenda de Groot (Leiden University). Like (and) I care: Exploring the role of cognitive and affective factors in moral concern for animals
  7. Leyla De Amicis (University of Glasgow): The role of food choice, speciesism and perception of climate change on donating differently to different animal charities
  8. Jah Ying Chung (University of Sydney; The Good Growth Co.). Bridging Gaps in Collaborative Research: Case Studies of Engaging with Effectiveness-focused Animal Advocacy Nonprofits
  9. Noemi Thiede (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology). Moral Attitudes Towards Humans and Other Animals Across Diverse Societies

Poster Session 2

Saturday June 24, 12:30-13:30

  1. Olivia Gunther (University of Calgary). Associating factory farming with animal cruelty (vs. zoonotic disease or control) changes meat-relevant behaviour and policies
  2. Claire Bonello (University of Malta). Hot Potato: The Perceptions of University Students towards a Vegan Diet and Lifestyle
  3. Christophe Gagné (Université du Québec à Montréal). Social identity and dietary behaviors: Social identification with animals predicts meat consumption
  4. Catherine A. Forestell (William & Mary). Birds of a Feather Flock Together: The Roles of Gender Norms and Dietary Similarity in Determining the Attractiveness of Potential Romantic Partners
  5. Annalyse Ellis (University of Edinburgh). The impact of self-expansion, perceived pet responsiveness, perceived pet insensitivity, attachment, and animal attitudes on variability of well-being outcomes in pet owners
  6. Ruşen Ali Sayat (Middle East Technical University). Meat-eating justifications in Turkey
  7. Leanne Proops (University of Portsmouth). Belief in animal sentience and an affective attitude is linked to positive working animal welfare across countries.
  8. Elise Hankins (University of Edinburgh). The Moral Standing of Beloved and Beloathed Animals: A Comparison Study Between Meat and Nonmeat Eaters
  9. Julia Erhardt (Bavarian State Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Forestry). How to address the hurdles for parents to introduce a plant-based diet to their children