Mark your calendars and get your abstracts ready – the 46th meeting of the American Society of Primatologists is September 8-11, 2024 in Riviera Maya, Mexico! Check out all the meeting details on the ASP 2024 Meeting page and get information about symposium/workshop/roundtable proposals as well as podium and poster presentation abstract submission on the […]
Mark your calendar now. ASP 2023 will be in Reno, Nevada June 20-23. We want everyone to come in person, but if that is not an option for you, we will again offer a virtual option, similar to what we offered this year. Hope you can make it. We’re going to have a great time!
Please click here and go to the meetings page to view the program and for more information about registration, hotel reservations, etc. ASP Members can still sign up for access to the virtual conference through February 2023 ACCESSING THE VIRTUAL CONFERENCE AREA (log-in required): Go to the meeting schedule (click here) in the meetings tab […]
The Impact Factor for our Society’s journal, the American Journal of Primatology, was recently announced to have increased yet again, from 2.371 in 2020 to 3.014 in 2021. It remains the primatology journal with the highest Impact Factor. Congratulations again to Dr. Karen Bales, Editor-in-Chief, and her Editorial Board!
Special section on COVID-19 in current issue of the American Journal of Primatology
July 19, 2020
Dr. Karen Bales has an editorial leading off the special section, which also includes several commentaries. Wiley has agreed to make this entire section freely available. Check out American Journal of Primatology, 2020, 82(8).
The 2019 Impact Factor for American Journal of Primatology was just announced, and it has risen from 2.009 to 2.067! AJP remains the primatology journal with the highest Impact Factor. Congratulations to Dr. Karen Bales, Editor in Chief, and her Editorial Board!
A special issue of the American Journal of Primatology has just been published, with the title: Surviving in fragmented landscapes: Identifying variables that influence primate population viability and persistence in forest fragments. The issue was guest-edited by Lisa Gould, Matthew R. McLennan, and Giuseppe Donati. Wiley has agreed to make the articles freely available to all for […]