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Furscience, the science behind Furries and their fandom.
FurScience Book 2016.pdf (3.9MB)
February 25, 2018 (10:27 pm EST)
Gerbasi, K. C., Paolone, N., Higner, J., Scaletta, L. L., Bernstein, P. L., Conway, S., & Privitera, A. (2008). Furries A to Z (Anthropomorphism to Zoomorphism). Society & Animals, 16, 197-222.
Gerbasi, K. C., Paolone, N., Higner, J., Scaletta, L. L., Privitera, A., Bernstein, P. L. et al. (2007, March). The furry identity: Species identity disorder? Poster session presented at annual meeting of the Society for Research on Identity Formation. Washington, DC.
Plante, Reysen, Roberts and Gerbasi present 5 years of their studies' results about furries. For lists of peer reviewed publications please visit the furscience.com website.
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