Publication list

This is a fairly complete listing as of the last time I updated it; to my chagrin, I discovered recently that it had been nearly 10 years since the last time. What can I say.

  1. 2017. Moore, J., Black, J., Hernandez-Aguilar, R. A., Idani, G., Piel, A., and Stewart, F. Chimpanzee vertebrate consumption: Savanna and forest chimpanzees compared. J. Hum. Evol. 112: 30-40. PDF

  2. 2017. Piel, A. K., Strampelli, P., Greathead, E., Hernandez-Aguilar, R. A., Moore, J., and Stewart, F. A. The diet of open-habitat chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) in the Issa valley, western Tanzania. J. Hum. Evol. 112: 57-69. PDF

  3. 2016. Schoeninger, M. J., Most, C. A., Moore, J. J., and Somerville, A. D. Environmental variables across Pan troglodytes study sites correspond with the carbon, but not the nitrogen, stable isotope ratios of chimpanzee hair. Am. J. Primatol. 78:1055-1069. PDF

  4. 2014. Most, C. A., Sommerville, A. D., Moore, J. J., and Schoeninger, M. J. Stable isotope ratios (delta C-13 and delta N-15) of hair reflect differences in foraging ecology and seasonal variation at two chimpanzee field sites (Gombe and Ugalla) [abstract] Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 153: 190.

  5. 2013. Gonzalez-Moreno, O., Hernandez-Aguilar, R. A., Piel, A. K., Stewart, F. A., Gracenea, M., and Moore, J. Prevalence and climatic associated factors of Cryptosporidium sp. infections in savanna chimpanzees from Ugalla, Western Tanzania. Parasitol. Res. 112: 393-399. PDF

  6. 2013. Hernandez-Aguilar, R. A., Moore, J., and Stanford, C. B. Chimpanzee nesting patterns in savanna habitat: Environmental influences and preferences. Amer. J. Primatol. 75: 979-994. PDF

  7. 2012. Moore, J. Chimp research policy: Think globally. Science 335: 1169 [letter] PDF

  8. 2011. Rudicell, R. S., Piel, A. K., Stewart, F., Moore, D. L., Learn, G. H., Li, Y., Takehisa, J., Pintea, L., Shaw, G. M., Moore, J., Sharp, P. M., and Hahn, B. H. High prevalence of Simian Immunodeficiency Virus infection in a community of savanna chimpanzees. J. Virol. 85: 9918-9928. PDF

  9. 2007. Hernandez-Aguilar, R. A., J. Moore and T. R. Pickering. Savanna chimpanzees use tools to harvest the underground storage organs of plants. PNAS 104(49): 19210 - 19213. PDF

  10. 2007. Moore, J. Perspective: Phenotype matching and inbreeding avoidance in African elephants. Molec. Ecol. 16: 4421-4423. PDF

  11. 2007. Ogawa, H., G. Idani, J. Moore, L. Pintea and A. Hernandez. Sleeping parties and bed distribution of chimpanzees in the savanna woodland, Ugalla, Tanzania. Int. J. Primatol. 28: 1397-1412. PDF

  12. 2007. Piel, A. K. and J. Moore. Locating elusive animals: Using a passive acoustic system to study savanna chimpanzees at Ugalla, Western Tanzania [abstract]. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. Suppl. 44: 189.

  13. 2007. Moore, J. The uncertain future of research chimpanzees. Science 315: 1493-1494. PDF

  14. 2006. Moore, J. & L. Hagey. Bile acids and primate diets [abstract] Int. J. Primatol. 27(Supp. 1): Abstract 208. PDF

  15. 2006. Piel, A., L. Pintea & J. Moore. Several ways to be a savanna chimpanzee [abstract]. Int. J. Primatol. 27(Supp. 1): Abstract 169. PDF

  16. 2006. Hernandez-Aguilar, A., J. Moore, F. Stewart, A. Piel, H. Ogawa and L. Pintea. Surveys of Ugalla and Masito. IN Surveys of chimpanzees and other biodiversity in Western Tanzania. Eds D. Moyer, A. J. Plumptre, L. Pintea et al, Unpublished Report to United States Fish and Wildlife Service: 24-31. PDF

  17. 2006. Moyer, D., A. J. Plumptre, L. Pintea, A. Hernandez-Aguilar, J. Moore, F. Stewart, T. R. B. Davenport, A. Piel, S. Kamenya, H. Mugabe, N. Mpunga and M. Mwangoka. Surveys of chimpanzees and other biodiversity in Western Tanzania. Unpublished Report to United States Fish and Wildlife Service: 65pp.

  18. 2006. Ogawa, H., J. Moore and S. Kamenya. Chimpanzees in the Ntakata and Kakungu Areas, Tanzania. Primate Conservation 21: 97-101. PDF

  19. 2005. Gagneux, P., J. J. Moore and A. Varki. The ethics of research on great apes. Nature 437: 27-29.PDF

  20. 2004. Moore, J. The history of human food transfers: Tinbergen's other question. Beh. Brain Sci. 27(4): 566-567. PDF

  21. 2004. Moore, J. The puzzling origins of AIDS. Amer. Sci. 92: 540-547.PDF

  22. 2004. Ogawa, H., J. Moore, M. Kanamori & S. Kamenya. Report on the chimpanzees of the Wansisi and Makomayo areas, Tanzania. Pan Africa News 11(2): 3-5.

  23. 2004. Moore, J. Understanding Dispersal: We're Making Progress ... Slowly. Review of Primate Dispersal: Proximate and Ultimate Causes and Consequences (Part 1 and Part 2). M. Schwibbe and C.B. Jones (eds.). Primate Report: 67 (2003) and 68 (2004) online at the Theoretical Primatology Project.

  24. 2003. Moore, J. "Primates face to face: the conservation implications of human-nonhuman primate interconnections" by A. Fuentes & L. Wolfe (book review). Primates. 44: 303-305. PDF

  25. 2002. Moore, J. The Making of Intelligence, by K. Richardson (book review). J. Hered. 93: 462-464.

  26. 2001. Schoeninger, M. J., Bunn, H. T., Murray, S., Pickering, T. & Moore, J. Meat-eating by the fourth African ape. pp. 179-195 IN Stanford, C. B. & Bunn, H. T. (Ed.), Meat-eating and Human Evolution. New York: Oxford University Press.

  27. 2000. Hsu, M. J., Moore, J., Lin, J. F. & Agoramoorthy, G. High incidence of supernumerary nipples and twins in Formosan macaques (Macaca cyclopis) at Mt. Longevity, Taiwan. Am. J. Primatol. 52: 199-205. PDF

  28. 2000. Chitnis, A., Rawls, D. & Moore, J. Origin of HIV-1 in colonial French Equatorial Africa? AIDS Res. Hum. Retroviruses. 16: 5-8 PDF

  29. 2000. Moore, J. Morality and the elephant: prosocial behaviour, normativity and fluctuating allegiances (commentary on Flack & de Waal). J. Consciousness Studies. 7: 52-55. PDF

  30. 1999. Schoeninger, M. J., Moore, J. & Sept, J. M. Subsistence strategies of two 'savanna' chimpanzee populations: the stable isotope evidence. Am. J. Primatol. 49: 297-314. PDF

  31. 1999. Moore, J. Book review of Evolution of Social Behaviour Patterns in Primates and Man (Runciman et al., Eds, 1996). J. Anthropol. Res. 55: 279-281.

  32. 1999. Moore, J. Population density, social pathology, and behavioral ecology. Primates. 40: 5-26. PDF

  33. 1998. Moore, J. Joint review of The Biological Basis of Human Behavior (Sussman, 1997) and Human Nature: A Critical Reader (Betzig, 1997). Amer. Anthropol. 100:802- 804.

  34. 1998. Varki, A., Wills, C., Perlmutter, D., Woodruff, D., Gage, F., Moore, J., Semendeferi, K., Benirschke, K., Katzman, R., Doolittle, R. & Bullock, T. Great Ape Phenome Project? Science. 282: 239-240. PDF

  35. 1998. Moore, J. Commentary on The social behavior of chimpanzees and bonobos (by Craig Stanford). Curr. Anthropol. 39: 412-413.

  36. 1997. Frank, R., Flynn, D. & Moore, J. Behavioral differences among four species of guenon in captivity [abstract]. Am. J. Primatol. 42: 110- 111.

  37. 1996. Moore, J. Savanna chimpanzees, referential models and the last common ancestor. pp. 275-292 IN McGrew, W. C., Marchant, L. & Nishida, T. (Ed.), Great Ape Societies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. PDF

  38. 1996. Moore, J. Are aliens likely to be altruists? pp. 96-103 (Ed.), Proceedings, When Cosmic Cultures Meet (Washington D.C., May 1995). Falls Church (VA): Human Potential Foundation.

  39. 1995. Moore, J. Personality, ecology and DNA: male reproductive tactics in Old World Primates [abstract]. Am. J. Phys. Anthrop. Suppl. : 157. PDF

  40. 1995. Morin, P. A., Moore, J. J. & Woodruff, D. S. Chimpanzee kinship [response]. Science. 268: 186-188.

  41. 1994. Morin, P. A., Wallis, J., Moore, J. J. & Woodruff, D. S. Paternity exclusion in a community of wild chimpanzees using hypervariable simple sequence repeats. Molec. Ecology. 3: 469-478.

  42. 1994. Morin, P. A., Moore, J., Chakraborty, R., Jin, L., Goodall, J. & Woodruff, D. S. Kin selection, social structure, gene flow, and the evolution of chimpanzees. Science. 265: 1193-1201. PDF

  43. 1994. Moore, J. Plants of the Tongwe East Forest Reserve (Ugalla), Tanzania. Tropics. 3: 333-340. PDF

  44. 1994. Moore, J. Hominids, coalitions and weapons; not vehicles. Beh. Brain Sci. 17: 632.

  45. 1994. Moore, J. The Great Ape Project: Equality Beyond Humanity [book review]. Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 95: 103-105.

  46. 1993. Morin, P. A., Wallis, J., Moore, J. J., Chakraborty, R. & Woodruff, D. S. Non-invasive sampling and DNA amplification for paternity exclusion, community structure, and phylogeography in wild chimpanzees. Primates. 34: 347-356. PDF

  47. 1993. Moore, J. Inbreeding and outbreeding in primates: What's wrong with "the dispersing sex"? pp. 392-426 IN Thornhill, N. W. (Ed.), The Natural History of Inbreeding and Outbreeding: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

  48. 1992. Morin, P. A., Moore, J. & Woodruff, D. S. Identification of chimpanzee subspecies with DNA from hair and allele-specific probes. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B. 249: 293-297. PDF

  49. 1992. Moore, J. & Jacobsen, J. Remote morphometry [abstract]. Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. Suppl. 14: 126-127.

  50. 1992. Moore, J. Sociobiology and incest avoidance: a critical look at a critical review. Amer. Anthropol. 94: 929-932. PDF

  51. 1992. Moore, J. Primate Behavior: An Exercise Workbook (book review). Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 87: 504-505.

  52. 1992. Moore, J. The Egalitarians - Human and Chimpanzee (book review). Am. J. Phys. Anthropol. 88: 259- 262.

  53. 1992. Moore, J. Dispersal, nepotism, and primate social behavior. Int. J. Primatol. 13: 361-378. PDF

  54. 1992. Moore, J. Comment on "Was there no place like home?" (by J. Sept). Curr. Anthropol. 33: 198-199.

  55. 1992. Moore, J. "Savanna" chimpanzees. pp. 99-118 IN Nishida, T., McGrew, W. C., Marler, P., Pickford, M. & de Waal, F. B. M. (Ed.), Topics in Primatology, Vol. I: Human Origins. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press. PDF

  56. 1991. Moore, J. Another definition of "human" falls (commentary on target article by N. Thornhill). Beh. Brain Sci. 14: 275-276.

  57. 1989. Fay, J. M., Agnagna, M., Moore, J. & Oko, R. Gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) in the Likouala swamp forests of North Central Congo: Preliminary data on populations and ecology. Int. J. Primatol. 10: 477-486. PDF

  58. 1988. Moore, J. Primate Societies (book review). Q. Rev. Biol. 63: 249-250.

  59. 1987. Moore, J. Primate Evolution and Human Origins (book review). BioScience. 37: 517-518.

  60. 1986. Moore, J. Arid country chimpanzees. AnthroQuest. 36: 8-10.

  61. 1985. Ali, R., Johnson, J. M. & Moore, J. Female emigration in Presbytis johnii: a life-history strategy. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 82: 249- 252.

  62. 1985. Moore, J. Insectivory by grey langurs. J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 82: 38-44.

  63. 1985. Moore, J. Demography and sociality in primates. PhD, Harvard University

  64. 1985. Moore, J. Chimpanzee survey in Mali, West Africa. Primate Conservation. 6: 59-63. PDF

  65. 1985. Moore, J. & Ali, R. Inbreeding and dispersal -- Reply to Packer (1985). Anim. Behav. 33: 1367-1369.

  66. 1984. Moore, J. & Ali, R. Are dispersal and inbreeding avoidance related? Anim. Behav. 32: 94-112. PDF

  67. 1984. Moore, J. Female transfer in primates. Int. J. Primatol. 5: 537-589.

  68. 1984. Moore, J. The evolution of reciprocal sharing. Ethol. Sociobiol. 5: 5-14.

  69. 1984. Moore, J. Age and grooming in langur male bands. pp. 381-387 IN Roonwal, M. L., Mohnot, S. M. & Rathore, N. S. (Ed.), Current Primate Researches. Jodhpur: Jodhpur University.

  70. 1983. Moore, J. Folivory and female transfer in primates (abstract only). Amer. Zool. 23: 933.

  71. 1983. Moore, J. Carrying capacity, cycles and culture. J. Hum. Evol. 12: 505-514.

  72. 1982. Moore, J. Coalitions in langur all-male bands (abstract only). Int. J. Primatol. 3: 314.

  73. 1981. Bishop, N., Hrdy, S. B., Teas, J. & Moore, J. Measures of human influence in habitats of South Asian monkeys. Int. J. Primatol. 2: 153-167.

  74. 1978. Moore, J. Dominance relations among free-ranging female baboons in Gombe National Park, Tanzania. pp. 67-70 IN Chivers, D. J. & Herbert, J. (Ed.), Recent Advances in Primatology, Vol. 1. London: Academic Press. PDF

And, just for fun...

A Folivore's Soliloquy (or, why I stick to nonfiction...)