Welcome Daniel to the DiSH Lab!

We are having a new graduate student, Daniel Rosenfeld, join us here at the DiSH Lab this year. He just graduated from Cornell University this past May, where he worked as a lab manager for two years, with a B.S. in Human Development. Daniel’s research centers on the psychology of vegetarianism and meat consumption, particularly as they relate to identity, morality, and cognitive dissonance. Outside of academia, Daniel enjoys playing table tennis, hiking, and freestyle rapping.

He also recently had one of his papers accepted! In this paper, Daniel reviews the recent psychological literature on vegetarianism in order to identify emergent themes and to highlight promising directions for future research. Check it out here.