This list includes all studies we know of published in the respective month that are both:
empirical, that is, report new data (or comment on or synthese such research), and
about advocating for farmed animals (rather than, for example, the welfare of farmed animals themselves).
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Wilks, M., Hornsey, M., & Bloom, P. (2021). What does it mean to say that cultured meat is unnatural? Appetite, Volume 156, 1 January 2021. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.appet.2020.104960
Dempsey, C., & Bryant, C. J. (2020, September 23). Cultured meat: Do Chinese consumers have an appetite? https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/pjm83
Linkersdörfer, J., & Peacock, J. (2020). Is Animal Cruelty, Environmental or Purity (“Abolitionist”) Messaging More Effective At Inspiring People To Change Their Diet? Reanalysis. The Humane League Research Reports
Wilks, M., Caviola, L., Kahane, G., & Bloom, P. (2020, September 11). Children prioritize humans over animals less than adults do. Forthcoming in Psychological Science. Preprint
Dullaghan, N. (2020). Live-shackle Slaughter vs. CAS Survey. Rethink Priorities Blog
Rowe, A. (2020). The scale of direct human impact on invertebrates. Rethink Priorities Blog
Sánchez-Suárez, W., Franks, B., & Torgerson-White, L. (2020). From Land to Water: Taking Fish Welfare Seriously. Animals, 10(9), 1585. https://doi.org/10.3390/ani10091585
Thanks to suggestions by the RECAP group, and suggestions by ACE staff.