Values, attitudes, and frequency of meat consumption. Predicting meat-reduced diet in Australians

@article{Hayley2015ValuesAA,
  title={Values, attitudes, and frequency of meat consumption. Predicting meat-reduced diet in Australians},
  author={A. Hayley and L. Zinkiewicz and Kate Hardiman},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2015},
  volume={84},
  pages={98-106}
}
Reduced consumption of meat, particularly red meat, is associated with numerous health benefits. While past research has examined demographic and cognitive correlates of meat-related diet identity and meat consumption behaviour, the predictive influence of personal values on meat-consumption attitudes and behaviour, as well as gender differences therein, has not been explicitly examined, nor has past research focusing on 'meat' generally addressed 'white meat' and 'fish/seafood' as distinct… Expand
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