About

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We are helping people heal, improving the quality of life for diverse populations around the world, by providing accessible & inclusive, collaborative research-supported programs, using music and role-playing games.

Researching the effects of all RPG formats since 1983, providing programs in schools since 1985, in therapeutic settings and online since 2004.

RPG Research provides an open international community that is sharing, studying, and providing accessible & inclusive, collaborative music and games, to help improve people's lives!

We are a 501(c)3 non-profit research and human services organization.

RPG Research consists of more than 50 volunteers around the world, spanning multiple continents, researching the effects of all role-playing game formats.

We advocate and train people on improving accessibility and inclusiveness.

We travel the country in the wheelchair accessible RPG Bus and RPG Trailer helping raise awareness.

We provide the world's largest free and open research repository on the effects of all role-playing game formats: tabletop (TRPG), live-action (LRPG), electronic (ERPG), and hybrids (HRPG).

We run multiple community and outreach programs every week.

We provide free and open community programs, training, education, actual play games, product evaluations, and frequent live interactive broadcasts every week.