Speciesism in everyday language

Leach, S., Kitchin, A. P., Sutton, R. M., & Dhont, K. (2022)

British Journal of Social Psychology

Unpalatable truths: Commitment to eating meat is associated with strategic ignorance of food animal minds

Leach, S., Piazza, J., Loughnan, S., Sutton, R. M., Kapantai, I., Dhont, K., & Douglas, K. M. (2022)


The ‘me’ in meat: Does affirming the self make eating animals seem more morally wrong?

Leach, S., Sutton, R. M., Douglas, K. M., & Dhont, K. (2021)

Journal of Experimental Social Psychology

When is it wrong to eat animals? The relevance of different animal traits and behaviours

Leach, S., Sutton, R. M., Dhont, K., & Douglas, K. M. (2021)

European Journal of Social Psychology

Taking charge of one’s feelings: Power and affect regulation

Leach, S., & Weick, M. (2020)

Personality and Individual Differences

When smiles (and frowns) speak words: Does power impact the correspondence between self‐reported affect and facial expressions?

Leach, S., & Weick, M. (2020)

British Journal of Psychology

From grumpy to cheerful (and back): How power impacts mood in and across different contexts

Leach, S., & Weick, M. (2018)

Journal of Experimental Social Psychology

Can people judge the veracity of their intuitions?

Leach, S., & Weick, M. (2018)

Social Psychological and Personality Science

Does social power beget personal power? Clarifying the relationship between social and personal power

Leach, S., Weick, M., & Lammers, J. (2017)

Journal of Theoretical Social Psychology


What people don’t want to know about the animals they eat

Leach, S. & Piazza, J. (2022)

Psychology Today

Nudging people away from meat: Promising directions and challenges

Leach, S. & Piazza, J. (2022)

Society for the Psychology of Human-Animal Intergroup Relations (PHAIR)

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