International Journal of Primatology
The International Journal of Primatology is the official journal of the IPS and is *free to all IPS members*
We offer different membership options and membership dues are waived for members from primate range state countries.
IJP is a multidisciplinary forum devoted to current research in fundamental primatology. It offers articles on laboratory and field studies from diverse disciplines including anthropology, anatomy, ethology, paleontology, psychology, sociology, and zoology, and in a wide range of formats (original research articles, reviews, commentaries, descriptions of datasets, and book reviews)
Click here to go to the journal’s Home Page, and find out more about how to submit your work to the journal here
While research papers are published in English, abstracts can be published in several languages in the main paper, and a full translation of the paper into another language can be submitted as part of the Electronic Supplemental Materials available online
IJP strongly encourages Open Science practices to ensure sharing of data, methods, and code, and Open Science badges are available as part of the publishing process.
IJP provides detailed guidelines for authors and for reviewers.
We are in the process of translating these materials (with thanks to DeepL): Français (directives auteurs guidelines; directives évaluateurs)