Schofield et al. win Primates 2021 Most-Cited Paper Award

Congratulations to DPhil student Daniel Schofield and his colleagues William McGrew, Akiko Takahashi, and Satoshi Hirata on winning the Primates 2021 Most-Cited Paper Award for their 2018 publication 'Cumulative culture in nonhumans: overlooked findings from Japanese monkeys?'!

Primates 2021 Most-Cited Paper Award: Daniel P. Schofield, William C. McGrew, Akiko Takahashi, Satoshi Hirata. Cumulative culture in nonhumans: overlooked findings from Japanese monkeys? Primates (2018) 59:113–122. & Arijit Pal et al., 2018.

They receive this award along with Arijit Pal, Honnavalli N. Kumara, Partha Sarathi Mishra, Avadhoot Velankar, and Mewa Singh for their paper on 'Extractive foraging and tool-aided behaviors in the wild Nicobar long-tailed macaque (Macaca fascicularis umbrosus)', joining a long list of notable scholars that can be viewed through the Primates awards section here.

Primates is the oldest English-language primatology journal, started in 1957 and published by the Japan Monkey Centre (JMC) through Springer in collaboration with the Primate Society Japan. Discover more information on their website here.