Our goal is to establish a research agenda and network for the emerging scientific field of Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR).
Despite widespread public attention, the science of ASMR is in its infancy, with only a handful of research papers and groups. We aim to form the first ASMR research network (ASMRNet) comprising scientists, experts, and the ASMR community. This network will create a new ASMR research agenda leading to a prioritised list of ASMR research questions to drive future research collaboration.
One key component of ASMRNet is to enhance communication between researchers and the public, sharing of resources, broadcasting of ASMR research.
We would like to thank all of our backers for making this platform possible:
Agnieszka J., Alexander, Alicia W., Alison M., Andra D., Andrew G., Angelica S., Anna S., Beth R., Bleiz D., Brittany K., Byron M., Christopher F., Christopher V., Craig, Craig R., Daisy C., Daniel O., Dave C., Elizabeth C., Erin ASMR Sound Waves , Georgieva , Gio , Helen M., Helge G., Helle M., Holly W., Ian T., J. H., Jack L., Jared C., Jenn M., Juliane R. , Lizzie E., Lydia B., Mary K., Matthew B., Matthieu E., Michele A., Petre , Rachel S., Rapunzel ASMR, Sophie M., Tom B., Vitalii H.
Finally, a big special thanks to both of our most generous backers ASMR Glow and Gibi ASMR.