Attitudes toward beef and vegetarians in Argentina, Brazil, France, and the USA

@article{Ruby2016AttitudesTB,
  title={Attitudes toward beef and vegetarians in Argentina, Brazil, France, and the USA},
  author={Matthew B. Ruby and Marle Dos Santos Alvarenga and Paul Rozin and Teri Ann Kirby and Eve Richer and Guillermina Rutsztein},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2016},
  volume={96},
  pages={546-554}
}

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