DiSH grad student Daniel chaired a symposium, titled “The Psychology of Vegetarianism: Considering the Roles of Identity, Gender, and Morality,” at the Association for Psychological Science (APS) convention in Washington, D.C. at the end of May. Daniel presented alongside Ben De Groeve (PhD student at Ghent University), Liselot Hudders (Assistant Professor at Ghent University), Charlotte De Backer (Associate Professor at the University of Antwerp), and Jared Piazza (Lecturer at Lancaster University). Daniel particularly appreciated the international and interdisciplinary aspect of this symposium, saying about his fellow speakers, “We joined here not only from different parts of the world, but also from varying academic backgrounds and with assorted academic interests — from moral psychology to identity theory to communication sciences. It was nice to talk about a common eating behavior topic yet to do so from unique angles.” Shout-out to DiSH alumna Jenna Cummings for photo credits!
https://sites.lifesci.ucla.edu/psych-dishlab/wp-content/uploads/sites/289/2022/09/dish_logo-removebg-preview-300x260.png 0 0 Alejandra Lopez https://sites.lifesci.ucla.edu/psych-dishlab/wp-content/uploads/sites/289/2022/09/dish_logo-removebg-preview-300x260.png Alejandra Lopez2019-06-12 14:04:422023-07-28 14:07:27Daniel’s symposium at APS 2019!