Welcome to the New International Primatological Society Website
The International Primatological Society was created to encourage all areas of non-human primatological scientific research, to facilitate cooperation among scientists of all nationalities engaged in primate research, and to promote the conservation of all primate species.
New pocket ID guide for primates of Thailand by Ramesh Boonratana and colleagues – for every copy bought, a copy is donated to local beneficiaries (protected area rangers, CITES officers, honorary forest guards).
Global importance of Indigenous Peoples for saving the world’s primates
Important new article out by Estrada and colleagues in Science Advances on the “Global importance of Indigenous Peoples, their lands, and knowledge systems for saving the world’s primates from extinction” available open access here
Primatology & UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals
On Thursday 14 April 2022, MDPI and the Journal Animals organised their 2nd webinar, entitled “Primatology and the Achievement of the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals” ; check out the presentations by IPS President Prof. Jonah Ratsimbazafy and others here!
What a joy to see a photograph I took of my beloved Japanese macaques at @lincolnparkzoo on the cover of @AmJournalPrimat 🤗 This is for a #ZooResearch special issue I guest edited that was just published. Thanks to all who contributed articles! #AJPZoo https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/10982345/2022/84/10?campaign=woletoc
New Special Issue out in American Journal of Primatology. “Primatological Research in Zoos: Studies of Behavior, Cognition, and Welfare” Guest edited by Lydia M. Hopper https://twitter.com/lydiamhopper/status/1574707896365064194
Our new paper “Examining primate community occurrence patterns in agroforest landscapes using arboreal and terrestrial camera traps” in Guinea-Bissau 🇬🇼 in the journal Landscape Ecology is out today
New article: Compositionality in Different Modalities: A View from Usage-Based Linguistics. Part of our Special Issue on Combinatoriality and Compositionality in Apes, Hominins, Humans, and Birds OPEN ACCESS https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10764-022-00330-x