Anthropomorphic Research Project
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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.
The research team's surveys are distributed online, and at select furry conventions (Anthrocon and Furry Fiesta as of March 2012). Results are presented via the same mediums.
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)
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Research Team - Anthropomorphic Research Project
- ↑ Advisory Board - Anthropomorphic Research Project
Flayrah has related stories:
- International Anthropomorphic Research Project current official website
- Anthropomorphic Research Project archived official website
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