Social Psychology

Dr. Wrenn’s full list of essays is available here.
 
Are Vegans too Open to Free-Riders?

Can Flexitarianism Facilitate a Vegan World? Research Suggests Another Agenda

How Effective is the Vegan Lecture? Exam Scores Tell a Horrifying Story

Vegan Protest is Ritualized, but is it Religious?.

World Vegan Month Series 2018: Social Psychology

Can You Read Yourself Vegan?

Cognitive Priming

Conformity

Do-Gooder Derogation

Egoism and Helping

Extreme Rituals

Happy People are Helping People

Identification Leads to Empathy

The Illusion of Transparency

Group Size and Aggression

Linked Oppressions

Male Emotional Displays

Meaningful Moments

Moral Licensing

Prosocial Media Modeling

Reality Politics

Segregation

Scripting

Socioemotional Selectivity Theory

Variety

Vividness Doesn’t Persuade

Whataboutism

World Vegan Month Series 2017: Social Psychology

Age

Bystander Effect

Establishing Credibility

Decision Paralysis

Dissemination Channels

Distraction

Door-in-the-Face

Fear-Framed Persuasion

Fostering Good Feelings

Forewarning

Free-riding

Gendered Helping

Haste

In-group Bias

Just-world Phenomenon

Mere Exposure Effect

Opinion Leaders

Primacy and Recency Effects

Reason and Emotion

Reciprocity Norm

Scripting

Selective Exposure

Social Responsibility Norm

Two-Sided Appeals

World Vegan Month Series 2016: Vegan Research

An Empirical Look at Becoming Vegan

Identity and Effectiveness

Sexist Imagery Reinforces Speciesist Sentiment

 
 


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