The Primates 2019 Most-Cited Paper Award
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The five papers listed below were jointly the most frequently cited in 2018 among those published in Primates during the period from 2016 to 2017. Their authors thus contributed greatly to enhancing the reputation of our journal. For this achievement, each author will receive declarations attesting to their contributions.
Andrea Spence-Aizenberg, Anthony Di Fiore, Eduardo Fernandez-Duque: Social monogamy, male–female relationships, and biparental care in wild titi monkeys (Callicebus discolor) (Spence-Aizenberg et al. 2016).
Matthew R. McLennan, Caroline Asiimwe: Cars kill chimpanzees: case report of a wild chimpanzee killed on a road at Bulindi, Uganda (McLennan and Asiimwe 2016).
Nahoko Tokuyama, Deborah Lynn Moore, Kirsty Emma Graham, Albert Lokasola, Takeshi Furuichi: Cases of maternal cannibalism in wild bonobos (Pan paniscus) from two different field sites, Wamba and Kokolopori, Democratic Republic of the Congo (Tokuyama et al. 2017).
Erica M. Tennenhouse, Sarah Putman, Nicole P. Boisseau, Janine L. Brown: Relationships between steroid hormones in hair and social behaviour in ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta) (Tennenhouse et al. 2017).
Luca Morino, Makiko Uchikoshi, Fred Bercovitch, William D. Hopkins, Tetsuro Matsuzawa: Tube task hand preference in captive hylobatids (Morino et al. 2017).
- Tetsuro Matsuzawa:
General Director, Japan Monkey Centre; Editor-in-Chief, Primates
- Masayuki Nakamichi:
President, Primate Society of Japan
- Toshiro Mikami:
Executive Editor, Springer, a part of Springer Nature