How to define “Vegan”: An exploratory study of definition preferences among omnivores, vegetarians, and vegans

This exploratory study assessed preference rankings for definitions of veganism used by vegan advocacy groups across an Australian convenience sample of three dietary groups (vegan = 230, omnivore = 117, vegetarian = 43). Participants were also asked to explain their ranking order in an open-ended question.

The role of ideological attitudes in responses to COVID-19 threat and government restrictions in Australia

The effects of a temporal framing manipulation on environmentalism: A replication and extension

Feared self and dimensions of obsessive compulsive symptoms: Sexual orientation-obsessions, relationship obsessions, and general OCD symptoms

Investigating mechanisms for recruiting and retaining volunteers: The role of habit strength and planning in volunteering engagement

Two related studies using different methodologies were conducted to investigate the influence of intention, planning, and habit strength on volunteering engagement. In both studies, intention and habit strength were significant predictors of volunteering engagement, with planning only significantly predicting volunteering engagement in Study 1. It was also found, in Study 2, that habit strength moderated the intention–behavior relationship.

Measuring Possessions as Extensions of Self and Links to Significant Others in Hoarding: the Possessions as Others and Self Inventory

The role of feared self and inferential confusion in obsessive compulsive symptoms

A network analysis comparison of central determinants of body dissatisfaction among pregnant and non-pregnant women

A Scoping Review of Self-compassion in Qualitative Studies About Children's Experiences of Parental Mental Illness

Architectural, indoor environmental, personal and cultural influences on students' selection of a preferred place to study