Anthropomorphic Research Project
The Anthropomorphic Research Project is a survey-based research group of social psychologists, anthropologists, and sociologists from multiple institutions with an interest in furry fandom, therianthropy and related topics.
In June 2013, a team member announced that the ARP had received a $75,000 grant from the Canadian government.
- Dr. Kathy Gerbasi - professor at the Niagara County Community College's Psychology Department
- Courtney "Nuka" Plante - PhD graduate student at the University of Waterloo's Psychology Department
- Dr. Stephen Reysen - assistant professor at Texas A&M University–Commerce's Department of Psychology
- Dr. Sharon Roberts - assistant professor at Renison University College's Department of Sociology
- BIG Government Grant to Study Furries! O.O' - Courtney "Nuka" Plante (8 June 2013)
- Research Team - Anthropomorphic Research Project
- Advisory Board - Anthropomorphic Research Project
- International Anthropomorphic Research Project current official website
- Anthropomorphic Research Project archived official website
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