Victoria Krings is a Postgraduate Researcher in the School of Psychology.
Victoria's primary research interest focuses on animal-human relations and animal exploitation. Specifically, her research focuses on the conflicting attitudes and beliefs people hold about animals – protecting and loving pets on one hand, and contributing to animal exploitation by consuming meat on the other. She is also investigating the role of different ideological variables, as well as examining the role of empathy and moral concern in relation to judgements about animals.
Her broader research interests include speciesism, culturally specific animal exploitation, as well as memory.
Other academic activities
CEDIES, Government of Luxembourg
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