Psychology of Human-Animal Intergroup Relations
A new online-only, open-access journal for scientific inquiries into how humans interact with non-human animals
Free of charge for authors and readers
The goal of the journal Psychology of Human-Animal Intergroup Relations (PHAIR) is to publish scientific research on a wide range of topics related to how people perceive, treat, and interact with animals. The journal is open to studies from moral and social psychology, attitudes and persuasion, diet and health, human-animal relationships, personality/individual differences, sustainability and environmental psychology, and other related sub-fields.
PHAIR is the Official Academic Journal of the PHAIR Society (PHAIRSociety.org). The Mission of the PHAIR Society is to provide a forum for scientific scholarship that supports justice for non-human and human animals. PHAIR welcomes a diversity of opinions about what constitutes justice and how to achieve it; the society’s primary focus is on using psychological science to help answer these questions.