International Journal of Primatology

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International Journal of Primatology
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Edited byJoanna M. Setchell
Publication details
1.927 (2018)
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Int. J. Primatol.
ISSN0164-0291 (print)
1573-8604 (web)
OCLC no.04556695

The International Journal of Primatology is a peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes original research papers on the study of primates. Articles published in the journal are drawn from a number of disciplines involved in primatological research, including anthropology, zoology, psychology, paleontology, sociology, genetics, and conservation biology.

Publication history[edit]

The journal was first published in March 1980, originating as the official journal of the International Primatological Society. It was initially published quarterly on behalf of the society by Plenum Press, now part of Springer Science+Business Media. In 1988 the publication frequency was increased to bimonthly.[1]


  1. ^ Dominy, Nathaniel J. (August 2004). "Guest Editorial: Publication and Citation Trends in the International Journal of Primatology, 1980–2003" (PDF). International Journal of Primatology. 25 (4): 751–754. doi:10.1023/ Archived from the original (PDF online facsimile, by author) on 2011-06-04. Retrieved 2010-02-22.

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