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I'm hoping to learn more about (a) various ethical arguments animal welfare, and (b) the empirical evidence/counter-evidence of animal welfare. Ideally, it should be information dense and easy to read.

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Chek out Maya Mathur’s slides on the state of nudging research: https://osf.io/encd5

I also wrote a recent meta-analysis of MAP reduction research that identifies some high-quality RCTs as well as collates some prior systematic reviews: https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/k9qqGZtmWz3x4yaaA/environmental-and-health-appeals-are-the-most-effective

From a moral philosophy/psychology perspective, check out Lucius Caviola at Harvard or Eric Schwitzgebel : http://www.faculty.ucr.edu/~eschwitz/

These aren’t exactly syllabi, but I think that between these researchers you’ll be able to put something nice together.

I would be obliged to see the final product when you have one!

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