For those who are new here or that aren't aware, Therian Guide is part of a research collaboration with the International Anthropomorphic Research Project/FurScience.
The reason we decided to begin collaborating with them last year was their increased interest in defining, understanding and further researching people in the furry fandom who identified, on some level, as not completely human or something other than human, i.e. therians/otherkin.
I know that a lot of therians feel very reserved about their non-human identities and it can be hard enough talking about these very deep experiences even to those who might share them, let alone talking to strangers who don't quite relate to where we're coming from but I encourage everyone who wants to participate to fill out a survey and help advance therianthropy in academia and research.
What we do now may pave the way road to improve the lives of therians for generations to come.
The page I've linked to is a menu of all their open research projects because I know that many members here are both therian and furry, while some are not and they also have an autism study open at this time which I know quite a few of our members are on the spectrum.
Thanks for reading!