Wilson, M. L. 2021.Book review: Chimpanzee: Lessons from our Sister Species. The Quarterly Review of Biology 96(3): 215–216. https://doi.org/10.1086/716146
Wilson, M. L. 2020. Book review: Why Chimpanzees Can’t Learn Language and Only Humans Can. The Quarterly Review of Biology 95: 155-156.
Wilson, M. .L., and C. Lehman. 2019. Humans: Uniquely responsible for causing conservation problems, uniquely capable of solving them. Animal Sentience 23(19). get pdf
Wilson, M. L. 2018. Sexual selection explains much in human evolution, but probably not bipedalism. Ideas in Ecology and Evolution. Vol. 11. get pdf
Mahale Chimpanzees: 50 Years of Research (book review). Wilson, M. L. (2018). The Quarterly Review of Biology 93(2):174-175 get pdf
Wilson, M. L. (2017). Demonic Male Theory. International Encyclopedia of Primatology. A. Fuentes, M. Bezanson, C. J. Campbell et al., Wiley.
Zuk, M. and M. L. Wilson (2015). Why humans prevail. The Chronicle of Higher Education. get pdf
Wilson, M. L. (2013). Chimpanzees: alien minds or kindred spirits? Evolutionary Anthropology 22:154-156. get pdf
Wilson, M. L. (2010). Celebrating 50 years of chimpanzee research at Gombe National Park, Tanzania. Pan Africa News. get pdf
Wilson, M. L. (1997). Great Ape Societies. (Book review). Endeavour. 21: (1): 47. (Mistakenly attributed to Margo Wilson; correction in Endeavour. 22: (1))