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Aloni, M., Lenhausen, M. R., Rosenfeld, D. L., Mohan, K. O., & Hopwood, C. J. (in press). The structure and correlates of vegan stereotypes. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations.

Lopez, A., Choi, A. K., Dellawar, N. C., Cullen, B. C., Contreras, S. A., Rosenfeld, D. L., & Tomiyama, A. J. (in press). Visual cues and food intake: A preregistered replication of Wansink, Painter, and North (2005). Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.

Rosenfeld, D. L., & Tomiyama, A. J. (in press). Toward consumer acceptance of cultured meat. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. PDF

Rosenfeld, D. L., Rothgerber, H., & Tomiyama, A. J. (in press). When meat-eaters expect vegan food to taste bad: Veganism as a symbolic threat. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations. PDF

Rosenfeld, D. L., Brannon, T. N., & Tomiyama, A. J. (in press). Racialized perceptions of vegetarianism: Stereotypical associations that undermine inclusion in eating behaviors. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. PDF

Hargreaves, S. M., Rosenfeld, D. L., Moreira, A. V. B., & Zandonadi, R. P. (in press). Plant-based and vegetarian diets: An overview and definition of these dietary patterns. European Journal of Nutrition. PDF

Rosenfeld, D. L. (2023). Masculinity and men’s resistance to meat reduction. Psychology of Human-Animal Intergroup Relations, 2, e9645. PDF

Bagci, S. C., Rosenfeld, D. L., & Uslu, D. (2022). Intergroup attitudes between meat-eaters and meat-avoiders: The role of dietary ingroup identification. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 25, 1223-1247. PDF

Rothgerber, H., Rosenfeld, D. L., Keiffer, S., Crable, K., Yeske, A., Berger, L., Camp, P., Smith, K., & Head, A. (2022). Motivated moral outrage among meat-eaters. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 13, 916-926. PDF

Rosenfeld, D. L., Balcetis, E., Bastian, B., Berkman, E. T., Bosson, J. K., Brannon, T. N., Burrow, A. L., Cameron, C. D., Chen, S., Cook, J. E., Crandall, C., Davidai, S., Dhont, K., Eastwick, P. W., Gaither, S. E., Gangestad, S. W., Gilovich, T., Gray, K., Haines, E. L., Haselton, M. G., Haslam, N., Hodson, G., Hogg, M. A., Hornsey, M. J., Huo, Y. J., Joel, S., Kachanoff, F., Kraft-Todd, G., Leary, M. R., Ledgerwood, A., Lee, R. T., Loughnan, S., MacInnis, C. C., Mann, T., Murray, D. R., Parkinson, C., Pérez, E. O., Pyszczynski, T., Ratner, K., Rothgerber, H., Rounds, J. D., Shaller, M., Silver, R. C., Spellman, B. A., Strohminger, N., Swim, J. K., Thoemmes, F., Urganci, B., Vandello, J. A., Volz, S., Zayas, V., & Tomiyama, A. J. (2022). Psychological science in the wake of COVID-19: Social, methodological, and metascientific considerations. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 17, 311-333PDF

Rosenfeld, D. L., Bartolotto, C., & Tomiyama, A. J. (2022). Promoting plant-based food choices: Findings from a field experiment with over 150,000 consumer decisions. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 81, 101825. PDF

Rosenfeld, D. L., & Tomiyama, A. J. (2022). Moral judgments of COVID-19 social distancing violations: The roles of perceived harm and impurity. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 48, 766-781PDF

De Groeve, B., Rosenfeld, D. L., Bleys, B., and Hudders, L. (2022). Moralistic stereotyping of vegans: The role of dietary motivation and advocacy status. Appetite, 174, 106006. PDF


Rosenfeld, D. L., & Tomiyama, A. J. (2022). Would you eat a burger made in a petri dish? Why people feel disgusted by cultured meat. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 80, 101758. PDF


Grundy, E., Slattery, P., Saeri, A. K., Watkins, K., Houlden, T., Farr, N., Askin, H., Lee, J., Mintoft-Jones, A., Cyna, S. Dziegielewski, A., Gelber, R., Rowe, A., Mathur, M. B., Timmons, S., Zhao, K., Wilks, M., Peacock, J., Harris, J., Rosenfeld, D. L., Bryant, C., Moss, D., & Noetel, M. (2022). Interventions that influence animal-product consumption: A meta-review. Future Foods, 5, 100111. PDF

Rosenfeld, D. L., & Tomiyama, A. J. (2022). Jab my arm, not my morality: Perceived moral reproach as a barrier to COVID-19 vaccine uptake. Social Science & Medicine, 294, 114699. PDF

De Groeve, B., & Rosenfeld, D. L. (2022). Morally admirable or moralistically deplorable? A theoretical framework for understanding character judgments of vegan advocates. Appetite, 168, 105693. PDF

Rosenfeld, D. L., & Tomiyama, A. J. (2021). Gender differences in meat consumption and openness to vegetarianism. Appetite, 166, 105475. PDF

Rothgerber, H., & Rosenfeld, D. L. (2021). Meat-related cognitive dissonance: The social psychology of eating animals. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 15, e12592. PDF

Rosenfeld, D. L., & Tomiyama, A. J. (2021). Can a pandemic make people more socially conservative? Political ideology, gender roles, and the case of COVID-19. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 51, 425-433. PDF


Krizanova, J., Rosenfeld, D. L., Tomiyama, A. J., & Guardiola, J. (2021). Pro-environmental behavior predicts adherence to plant-based diets. Appetite, 163, 105243. PDF

Rosenfeld, D. L., & Tomiyama, A. J. (2021). How proximal are pescatarians to vegetarians? An investigation of dietary identity, motivation, and attitudes toward animals. Journal of Health Psychology, 26, 713-727. PDF


Hopwood, C. J., Rosenfeld, D. L., Chen, S., & Bleidorn, W. (2021). An investigation of plant-based dietary motives among vegetarians and omnivores. Collabra: Psychology, 7, 19010. PDF

Rosenfeld, D. L., Rothgerber, H., & Tomiyama, A. J. (2020). Mostly vegetarian, but flexible about it: Investigating how meat-reducers express social identity around their diets. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 11, 406-415. PDF


Tomiyama, A. J., Kawecki, N.S., Rosenfeld, D. L., Jay, J. A., Rajagopal, D., & Rowat, A. C. (2020). Bridging the gap between the science of cultured meat and public perceptions. Trends in Food Science and Technology, 104, 144-152. PDF


Rosenfeld, D. L. (2020). Gender differences in vegetarian identity: How men and women construe meatless dieting. Food Quality and Preference, 81, 103859. PDF


Rosenfeld, D. L., Rothgerber, H., & Tomiyama, A. J. (2020). From mostly vegetarian to fully vegetarian: Meat avoidance and the expression of social identity. Food Quality and Preference, 85, 103963. PDF


Rosenfeld, D. L., & Tomiyama, A. J. (2020). Taste and health concerns trump anticipated stigma as barriers to vegetarianism. Appetite, 144, 104469. PDF


Kirsten, H., Seib-Pfeifer, L. E., Lüth, C. A., & Rosenfeld, D. L. (2020). Validation and application of a German version of the Dietarian Identity Questionnaire: Revealing differences between omnivores, vegetarians and vegans. Food Quality and Preference, 86, 103988. PDF


Rosenfeld, D. L., & Tomiyama, A. J. (2019). When vegetarians eat meat: Why vegetarians violate their diets and how they feel about doing so. Appetite, 143, 104417. PDF


Plante, C. N., Rosenfeld, D. L., Plante, M., & Reysen, S. (2019). The role of social identity motivation in dietary attitudes and behaviors among vegetarians. Appetite, 141, 104307. PDF


Rosenfeld, D. L. (2019). Why some choose the vegetarian option: Are all ethical motivations the same? Motivation and Emotion, 43, 400-411. PDF


Rosenfeld, D. L. (2019). Psychometric properties of the Dietarian Identity Questionnaire among vegetarians. Food Quality and Preference, 74, 135-141. PDF


Rosenfeld, D. L. (2019). Ethical motivation and vegetarian dieting: The underlying role of anti-speciesist attitudes. Anthrozoös, 32, 785-796. PDF


Rosenfeld, D. L. (2019). A comparison of dietarian identity profiles between vegetarians and vegans. Food Quality and Preference, 72, 40-44. PDF


Rosenfeld, D. L. (2018). The psychology of vegetarianism: Recent advances and future directions. Appetite, 131, 125-138. PDF


Rosenfeld, D. L., & Burrow, A. L. (2018). Development and validation of the Dietarian Identity Questionnaire: Assessing self-perceptions of animal-product consumption. Appetite, 127, 182-194. PDF


Rosenfeld, D. L., & Burrow, A. L. (2017). Vegetarian on purpose: Understanding the motivations of plant-based dieters. Appetite, 116, 456-463. PDF


Rosenfeld, D. L., & Burrow, A. L. (2017). The unified model of vegetarian identity: A conceptual framework for understanding plant-based food choices. Appetite, 112, 78-95. PDF

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