Family Research Institute

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The Family Research Institute is a non-profit organisation founded in 1982 to research isues that affect the traditional family. The institute has on its staff research scientists who study issues such as drug use, homosexuality and AIDS. They publish articles in peer reviewed journals.

The Institute has two scientists listed on the website and they appear as the authors of the listed publications.

Dr. Paul Cameron (Chairman) has a doctorate in Psychology from the University of Colorado

The Institute is at least partially funded by tax-deductible donations from the public.

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