Featured Article by an ASP Member

Each month, ASP will feature an article published in the American Journal of Primatology that was authored by a member of the Society. Wiley-Liss has agreed to make the entire article freely available for a period of three months.

Authors: Maureen S. McCarthy, Jack D. Lester, Kevin E. Langergraber, Craig B. Stanford, Linda Vigilant.

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Click on the link to see the abstract from the top AJP article that currently has the highest Altmetric score. (Altmetric is a service that tracks and measures the broader impact of scholarly articles and datasets across traditional and social media, online reference managers, post-publication peer-review sites, and public policy documents.)

Bryndan O.C.M. van Pinxteren, Giulia Sirianni, Paolo Gratton, Marie-Lyne Després-Einspenner, Martijn Egas, Hjalmar Kühl, Juan Lapuente, Amelia C. Meier, Karline R.L. Janmaat. Sooty mangabeys scavenge on nuts cracked by chimpanzees and red river hogs—An investigation of interspecific interactions. Am J Primatol. 2018;e22895.


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News and Notes

October 2018
June 2018

American Journal of Primatology's Impact Factor goes up!

The impact factor for the American Journal of Primatology has risen ~14% to 2.288. It remains the top-ranked journal in primatology!


Call for Papers, Joint issue of Developmental Psychobiology and American Journal of Primatology:

Psychobiological Development in Primates

Interested authors should submit an abstract (250 word limit) to the editors of both journals. From these abstracts, articles will be selected for full submission. Abstracts must be submitted by September 15, 2018. Please see the Call for papers for details.


April 2018
March 2018