44.2 Attitudes Toward Gluten and Gluten-Free Individuals

What:
Student Poster
When:
11:00 AM, Friday 8 Nov 2019 (1 hour 50 minutes)
Where:
Grand Ballroom A/B
Tags:
Social & Behavioral Sciences
Discussion:
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The current study investigated potential biases held against those who are gluten-free. 301 participants were administered one of three surveys, where a fictitious person either consumed gluten, was gluten-free by choice, or had celiac disease. Results showed that those who are gluten-free are perceived as threats to the status quo.  

Participant
Marist College

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