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Having completed his BSc at the University of York in 2013, Stefan came to the University of Kent to pursue an MSc and PhD in Social Psychology. He completed his PhD under the supervision of Dr Mario Weick in 2018, after which he worked at the School as a Lecturer for a year. Stefan is now a Post-Doctoral Research Associate at the School of Psychology.
In his recent lines of work, Stefan has been studying the psychology of human-animal relations, with particular emphasis on meat eating, speciesism, and the moral circle. He is currently interested in the role that language might play in these processes.
His work can be found on his Research Site and Google Scholar.