Death Primes, Dr's Knowledge of Plant-based Diets & Vegan Labelling

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In this episode of VeganSci, we update you with some Quick Science, including: a short description of the unified model of vegetarian identity, the idea of animal nations, and how dogs make us more social.

We get stuck in-depth into a paper focused on whether whether our fear of death makes us more willing to support killing non-human animals, and the best way to teach your dog and possibly humans.

And finally in the bullshit corner we discuss whether a raw diets really is the best thing since sliced bread (uncooked bread obviously).

You can find links to all of the research we discussed in the episode notes below.

Intro (0:00 - 0:00)

Notes from the intro.

Quick Science

Paper 1  (0:00 -0:00)

Title: Vegan foods: Labelling practice
AuthorsMarielle Gerke, Meike Janssen
JournalScience & Research

Paper 2  (0:00 -0:00)

Title: Changing the world through consumption: The contradictions of political engagement in the case of Oatly.
AuthorsAlexandra McCrow-Young
Journal Masters thesis at Lund University

Paper 3  (0:00 -0:00)

Title: Understanding and Adopting Plant-Based Nutrition: A Survey of Medical Providers
AuthorsAmanda J. Krause, BS, and Kim A. Williams, Sr, MD, MACC
JournalAmerican Journal of Lifestyle Medicine

In-depth Science

Paper 1  (0:00 -0:00)

Title: The Evil Animal: A Terror Management Theory Perspective on the Human Tendency to Kill Animals
AuthorsUri Lifshin, Jeff Greenberg, Colin A. Zestcott, and Daniel Sullivan
JournalPersonality and Social Psychology Bulletin

Paper 1  (0:00 -0:00)

Title: The effects of using aversive training methods in dogsd: A review
AuthorsGal Ziv
JournalJournal of Veterinary Behavior

Bullshit Corner (00:00 - 00:00)