UQ Researchers are conducting a study to inform future communications about meat consumption choices. 

Past research has shown that different types of information can be more or less effective at influencing people’s decisions about what they eat. In the current study we are interested in testing information that relates to either health, water or general dietary guidelines and seeing how people respond to these different types of information, especially in terms of their meat consumption. We hope that the findings from this study can inform future communication about meat consumption choices.

There are two parts to this study. Part 1 consists of an initial online 10-minute survey that will ask a number of questions about your personal values and attitudes in relation to the environment and animal welfare, as well as demographics and other general information so that we can understand who has taken part in the study. You will also be presented with information provided to you online related to dietary behaviours which will differ depending on which type of information you are randomly assigned to receive.  

Part 2 involves receiving information and responding to brief surveys over a 7 day period, the link to which will be sent to you via text message which you will need to complete online. 

Participant benefits 

For every survey that you complete, you will receive an entry into the prize draw to win a $300 Mastercard gift card.


  • Australian resident
  • No special dietary requirements

Register your interest

If you are interested in participating, please complete the survey below. 

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This study has been approved by The University of Queensland Human Research Ethics Committee [Approval No.2020/HE003113]