Psychological profiles of people who justify eating meat as natural, necessary, normal, or nice
Research suggests that people tend to use one of four rationalizations to justify eating meat despite its empirically established negative consequence…
"In this study, rationalizing meat-eating as normal was associated with high neuroticism, low agreeableness, and low conscientiousness."
Psychology paper claims that seeing meat-eating as normal comes near to having a personality disorder.
New research suggests that if you think it’s normal to eat animals you probably have a crummy personality....