ASP 1997 Meeting: Scientific and Social program

Friday, June 27

8:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Workshop - The Care and Management of Captive Chimpanzees: Facility Design (L. Brent, organizer) (Del Mar Room)

10:00 AM - 6:00 PM: Registration (Foyer of the Ballroom)

2:00 PM - 5:00 PM: Standing Committee Meetings

Awards and Recognition (La Jolla Room)
Conservation (Buena Vista Room)
Education (Chula Vista Room)
Membership and Finance (Pacific Room)
Program (Del Mar Room)
Publications (W. D. Evans Sternwheeler - Level 1)
Research and Development (W. D. Evans
Sternwheeler - Level 2)

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM: Opening Reception (W. D. Evans Sternwheeler)

Saturday, June 28

8:00 AM - 8:15 AM: Welcome by Nancy Caine (Local Host) and Victor Rocha (Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, California State University at San Marcos);

Introductory Remarks by Melinda Novak (ASP President) (Ballroom: Mission Bay and Bay Rooms)

8:15 AM - 9:15 AM: Keynote Address: Alexander H. Harcourt, "Sperm Competition" (Ballroom: Mission Bay and Bay Rooms)

9:30 AM - 12:00 PM: Session 1: Abnormal Behavior, Environmental Enrichment and Well-Being (M. Jorgensen, Chair) (Ballroom: Mission Bay Room)

9:30 Jorgensen, M.; Kinsey, J; Novak, M. Effects of cage size on self-injurious and abnormal behavior in macaques.

9:45 Brent, L.; Hughes, A. The occurrence of abnormal behavior in group-housed baboons.

10:00 Taylor, W.; Brown, D.; Richardson, R. Social behavior is related to single housing experience in adult male macaques.

10:15 Crockett, C.; Bowers, C; Bellanca, R.; Bowden, D. Anxiolytic drug effects on responses of longtailed macaques exposed to a laboratory stressor.

10:30 Howell, S.; Drummer, L.; Fritz, J. Social group formation in captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): A comparison between two institutions.

10:45 Schwandt, M. Effect of environment on the behavior of captive chimpanzees: Implications for captive management.

11:00 Struthers, E.; Harvey, H.; Walden, S. Utilization of a sensory diet approach for enrichment and mitigation of abnormal behaviors in captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).

11:15 Baker, K. Human interaction as enrichment for captive chimpanzees: A preliminary report.

11:30 Bloomsmith, M.; Lambeth, S.; Stone, A.; Laule, G. Comparing two types of human interaction as enrichment for chimpanzees.

11:45 Wood, W. Interactions of public viewing crowds and environmental enrichment upon the activity patterns of zoo chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).

9:30 AM - 12:00 PM: Session 2: Primate Biology, Growth and Development, and Genetics (L. Newell-Morris, Chair) (Ballroom: Bay Room)

9:30 Deegan, J.; Jacobs, G. Photopigment basis for trichromatic color vision in colobine monkeys.

9:45 Kessler, M.; Pritzker, K. Naturally-occurring musculoskeletal diseases of aging nonhuman primates.

10:00 Mayeaux, D.; Mason, W.; Mendoze, S. Infant birth weight and weight gain in the biparental titi (Callicebus) and uniparental squirrel (Saimiri) monkey.

10:15 Newell-Morris, L; Aumann, C; Lipkin, E., Ott, S. Does infant growth predict investment of maternal bodily reserves?

10:30 Durham, D.; Newell-Morris, L.; Ruppenthal, G.; Sackett, G. A comparison of growth and development in mother-reared and nursery-reared pigtail macaque (Macaca nemestrina) infants.

10:45 Knapp, L.; Cadavid, L.; Watkins, D. Identification and sequence analysis of the MHC E locus in the cotton-top tamarin (Saguinus oedipus).

11:00 Mundy, N. Genotyping the polymorphic opsin locus in callitrichids using single-stranded conformational polymorphisms (SSCP).

11:15 Casna, N.; Gergits, W.; Russell, C.; Willis, K. Genetic variation within and genetic distance among captive colonies of rhesus macaques.

11:30 Ely, J.; Gonzalez, D.; Keeling, M.; Stone, W. Short tandem repeat (STR) markers for genetic management of captive chimpanzee populations.

11:45 Whittier, C.; Dhar, A.; Alcivar-Warren, A.; Stem, C.; Goodall, J. Host and parasite DNA extractions and amplification from preserved fecal specimens collected from free-ranging primates at Gombe National Park, Tanzania.

9:30 AM - 12:00 PM: Session 3: Workshop - Human-to-Nonhuman Primate Disease Transmission: Conservation Lessons from the Laboratory. (R. Lee and J. Wallis, organizers) (Del Mar Room).

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM: Meeting of the Editorial Board of the American Journal of Primatology (Pacific Room)

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Lunch break

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM: Featured Speaker: Sarah T. Boysen, "A Picture is Worth a Thousand M&M's: Representational Flexibility by Chimpanzees." (Ballroom: Mission Bay and Bay Rooms)

2:15 PM - 5:00 PM: Symposium: Cognition in the Wild (C. Johnson, organizer) (Ballroom: Mission Bay Room)

2:15 Johnson, C. Introduction

2:20 Byrne, R. Cognitive structure in gorilla plant preparation.

2:50 Menzel, C. Primates' knowledge of their natural habitat, as indicated in foraging. 3:20 King, B. Donated vs. Co-constructed knowledge in primates.

3:50 Forster, D.; Strum, S. What and where is cognition in wild behavior?

4:20 Johnson, C. Behavioral competencies for social gaze in bonobos.

4:50 Discussion

2:15 PM - 5:00 PM: Session 4: Workshop/Roundtable - Reaching Out to Educate the Public: How to Maximize the Benefits and Minimize the Risk (M. Haberstroh and S. Evans, organizers) (Del Mar Room)

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM: Executive Committee Meeting (Pacific Room)

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM: Dinner break

7:00 - 9:00 PM: Poster Session 1: Genetics, Anatomy, and Evolution; Social Behavior; Cognition and Learning (Del Mar and Buena Vista Rooms)

Genetics, Anatomy, and Evolution

1 Perwitasari-Farajallah, D;Kyes, R.; Kawamoto, Y.; Lelana, R. Genetic characterization of the longtailed macaques on Pulau Tabuan.

2 Ely, J.; Swett, W.; Gonzalez, D., Leland, M.; Moore, C. Karyotype and DNA testing of Oliver.

3 Bicca-Marques, J. Hand specialization and mixed-species assocations of tamarins.

4 Colman, R.; Mason, L.; Baum, S.; Roecker, E.,; Kemnitz, J. The effects of dietary restriction on body composition in male and female rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta).

5 Klepper-Kilgore, N. Somatometric uniformity in a population of laboratory-reared Macaca fascicularis.

6 Hartwig, W.; Campbell, C.; MacKinnon, K.; Turner, S.; Jones, A. Life history variation in Old World monkeys.

7 Carey, T.; Crompton, R. The energetics and bipedal locomotion of early hominids.

Social Behavior

8 Nietsch, A.; Nitsch, M. Vocal communication in Tarsius spectrum.

9 Sanchez, S.; Kaumanns, W.; Pelaez, F. Costs of cooperation in cotton-top tamarins (Saguinus oedipus) in captivity.

10 Schaffner, C.; Smith, T.; Addington, R. Lack of aggression in Callitrichids: Theoretical implications.

11 Calegaro-Marques, C.; Bicca-Marques, J. Allogrooming in wild black-and-gold howler monkeys, Alouatta caraya.

12 Clarke, M.; Harrison, R.; O'Neil, J.; Zucker, E. Reproductive hormones and migration patterns in free-ranging juvenile howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica.

13 Odalia-Rimoli, A.; Otta, E. Maternal activity and mother- infant spatial relations in wild muriquis (Brachyteles arachnoides) at the Estacao Biologica de Caratinga, in Minas Gerais, Brazil.

14 Costa, C.; Strier, K. Variation in mate choice across the reproductive cycle in wild muriquis (Brachyteles arachnoides).

15 Hoffman, K.; Mason, W.; Mendoza, S. Gender differences in response of young titi monkeys (Callicebus moloch) to unfamiliar spatial and social opportunities.

16 Slavoff, G. Interactional synchrony between capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella).

17 Bentley-Condit; V.; Smith, E.; Torres, B.; Pearson, S. A comparison of feral yellow baboon (Papio cynocephalus) and captive rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) mother-infant proximity during infants' first three months.

18 Fitch-Snyder, H.; Harvey, N.; Lindburg, D.; Tornatore, N. Adult/infant affiliative interactions in Thibetan macaques (Macaca thibetana) housed in a small social group.

19 Cobb, N. Sex differences in the development of social bonds in juvenile rhesus macaques.

20 Drager, R. Sex differences in affiliation and agonism in the acquisition and expression of rank in juvenile rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta).

21 Frank, R.; Flynn, D; Moore, J. Behavioral differences among four species of guenon in captivity.

22 Taylor, W. Development of social behavior in a captive infant lowland gorilla.

23 Hart, B.; Sheets, J. Shifting dominance in a captive group of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).

24 Ruiz, S.; Frydach, C.; Scollay, P. Patterns of consistency of social dyads in the San Diego Zoo's bonobos (Pan paniscus).

Cognition and Learning

25 Gilbert, T.; Boysen, S. Receptive number comprehension in a capuchin (Cebus apella).

26 Maninger, N.; Gunderson, V.; Thompson, R. Perception of identity and difference relations in infant pigtailed macaques (Macaca nemestrina).

27 Yang, C.; Lyons, D. Incentive contrast effects on behavior and pituitary-adrenal activity.

28 Bryson, A.; Williams, L. Evidence for Stage 6 object permanence in squirrel monkeys (Saimiri).

29 deBlois, S.; Novak, M. Can memory requirements account for species differences in object permanence tasks?

30 Watson, S.; Shively, C.; Voytko, M.; Johnson, W. Age-related differences in performance on a puzzle feeder task.

31 Leavens, D.; Aureli, F.; Hopkins, W. Scratching and cognitive stress: Performance and reinforcemnt effects on hand use, scratch type, and afferent cutaneous pathways during computer cognitive testing by a chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes).

32 Neary, P. Tool use, object manipulation, and nest building by captive bonobos (Pan paniscus).

33 Bard, K. New data and issues about self-recognition in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).

34 Malyukova, I.; Uvarova, I.; Molotova, N. Research of intragroup competitive behavior and cognitive functions in the process of recognition of complex visual images in adolescent apes.

35 Siketin, V. Some peculiarities in the formation of classical defensive conditioning in monkeys: Role of different types of nervous systems.

36 Kuznetsova, T.; Syrenskii, V. Functional organization of aim reflexes in chimpanzees.

Sunday, June 29

8:00 - 9:00 AM: Featured Speaker: Stuart M. Zola, "A Memory System in the Brain: Findings from Human and Nonhuman Primates" (Ballroom: Mission Bay and Bay Rooms).

9:15 AM - 11:45 AM: Session 5: Social Behavior (M. Clarke, chair) (Ballroom: Mission Bay Room).

9:15 Cooper, M.; Thompson, R.; Bernstein, I.; de Waal, F. The integration of stranger males into a group of tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella).

9:30 Weaver, A.; de Waal, F. The development of reconciliation in tufted capuchins, Cebus apella.

9:45 Judge, P.; Bernstein, I.; Ruehlmann, T. Reconciliation and other post-conflict affiliative behavior in juvenile rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta).

10:00 Digby, L.; Merrill, M; Davis, E. Infanticide by female mammals. Part I: Primates.

10:15 Boyd, H. Postural congruence in a captive group of Tonkean macaques.

10:30 Lewis, R.; Huynen, M.; Clarke, M. The effects of varying social power on pigtailed monkey (Macaca nemestrina) and rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta) social dynamics.

10:45 Capitanio, J.; Bond, J.; Mason, W. "A state of mind or feeling": Assessment of the attitudinal domain of social interaction.

11:00 Guggenheim, C.; King, J.; Figueredo, A. Age, sex, and personality in zoo chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).

11:15 Baker, K.; Aureli, F. Coping with confict during initial encounters in captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).

11:30 Aureli, F.; de Waal, F. Increase in allogrooming during short-term crowding in chimpanzees.

11:45 Johnson, C.; Frank, R.; Flynn, D. Peering in mature, captive bonobos.

9:15 AM - 10:15 AM: Session 6: Reproductive Biology and Behavior (R. Yeoman, Chair) (Ballroom: Bay Room)

9:15 Shively, C. Contraceptive steroids and postmenopausal estrogen affect aggression and brain serotonin.

9:30 Stavisky, R.; Watson, S.; Cairnes, A.; Weaver, D.; Kaplan, J. Effects of anabolic stroid treatment on behavioral and social interactions in female cynomolgus macaques.

9:45 Yeoman, R.; Ricker, R.; Hossain, A.; Abee, C. Cryopreservation of spermatozoa from squirrel monkeys (Saimiri boliviensis).

10:00 Rosenbusch, J.; Dias, J.; Parlow, A.; Rune, G. Localization of luteinizing hormone (LH) and LH-receptor (LHR) in the ovary of the marmoset monkey (Callithrix jacchus) during the periovulatory and luteal phase.

9:15 AM - 12:00 PM: Session 7: Workshop - Long-term Care of Research Chimpanzees: Recommendations from the National Research Council (T. Wolfle, organizer) (Del Mar Room)

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Lunch break

1:00 - 3:45 PM: Session 8: Cognition (M. Andrews, Chair) (Ballroom: Mission Bay Room)

1:00 Denman, D. The role of primate research in the naturalization of ethics.

1:15 King, G. The attentional basis for primate responses to snakes.

1:30 Panger, M. Hand-use patterns across a variety of tasks in free-ranging white-faced capuchin monkeys (Cebus capucinus) in Costa Rica.

1:45 Andrews, M.; Rosenblum, L. Hand preference in bilaterally skilled bonnet macaques (Macaca radiata).

2:00 Ingmanson, E. Chimpanzee ant-dipping from West Cameroon.

2:15 Kuhlmeier, V.; Boysen, S. Understanding of the representational nature of a scale model by chimpanzees.

2:30 Parr, L.; Hopkins, W.; de Waal, F. The recognition of faces and facial expressions in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).

2:45 Marino, L.; Smith, H.; Hopkins, W.; Hyatt, C. Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) responses to deception in a social bartering situation.

3:00 Leavens, D.; Hopkins, W. Joint attention in 115 laboratory chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): The use of referential gestures.

3:15 Krause, M. Manual pointing and gaze direction in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).

3:30 Menzel, C.; Savage-Rumbaugh, E.; Menzel, E. Chimpanzee (Pan paniscus) spatial memory and communication in a 20 hectare forest.

1:00 PM - 3:30 PM: Session 9: Psychobiology and Immunology. (J. Worlein, Chair) (Ballroom: Bay Room)

1:00 Lyons, D. Neurobiology of positive and negative affect: Bidirectional changes in hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal activity.

1:15 Saltzman, W.; Schultz-Darken, N.; Abbott, D. Social and reproductive influences on plasma cortisol and ACTH levels in female common marmosets: Sensitivity to glucocorticoid negative feedback.

1:30 Smith, T.; French, J. Separation-induced activity in the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis (HPA) in a social primate, Wied's black tufted-ear marmosets (Callithrix kuhli).

1:45 Clarke, A.; Kraemer, G.; McKinney, W.; Kupfer, D. Effects of rearing condition on HPA axis response to fluoxetine and desipramine during repeated separations in young rhesus monkeys.

2:00 Bentson, K.; Astley, C.; Miles, F.; Goldstein, D.; Holmes, C.; Smith, O. Rank differences and similarities in physiological responses to food anticipation and presentation in free- ranging captive baboons.

2:15 Schapiro, S.; Nehete, P.; Perlman, J.; Sastry, K. Social housing condition affects cell-mediated immune responses in adult rhesus macaques.

2:30 Worlein, J.; Teemer, C.; Axthelm, M.; Shiigi, S.; Neuringer, M. Effects of rehousing on immune parameters in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta).

2:45 Lilly, A.; Laudenslager, M.; Mehlman, M. Correlations between behavior and natural cytotoxicity in rhesus and pigtailed macaques.

3:00 Laudenslager, M.; Clarke, A.; Kraemer, G.; Goldstein, M. Some long term physiological consequences of early separation experiences in rhesus monkeys.

3:15 Lubach, G.; Coe, C. Iron-deficiency anemia and reduced cellular immunity in infant rhesus monkeys.

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM: Session 10: Workshop - The African Primate Bushmeat Crisis [9] (A. Rose and K. Ammann, organizers) (Del Mar Room).

4:00 PM - 6:00 PM: Education Committee Meeting with Students (Ballroom: Bay Room)

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM: Board of Directors Meeting (Pacific Room)

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM: Dinner break

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM: Poster Session 2: Physiology and Behavior; Neurobiology/Neuroscience, Pharmacology, and Abnormal Behavior; Enrichment/Well-being; Conservation and Ecology (Del Mar and Buena Vista Rooms).

Physiology and Behavior

1 Teemer, C.; Worlein, J.; Neuringer, M. Dietary effects of N-3 fatty acids on behavioral response to rehousing in juvenile rhesus macaques.

2 Schapiro, S.; Nehete, P.; Perlman, J.; Sastry, K. A change in housing condition leads to relatively long-term changes in cell-mediated immune responses in adult rhesus macaques.

3 Cooke, B.; Higley, J.; Shannon, C.; Lindell, S.; Higley, H.; Higley, S.; Suomi, S.; Linnoila, M. Rearing history and CSF oxytocin as predictors of maternal competency in rhesus macaques.

4 Lindell, S.; Higley, J.; Shannon, C.; Higley, S.; Linnoila, M. Low levels of CSF 5-HIAA in female rhesus macaques predict mother-infant interaction patterns and mother's CSF 5-HIAA correlates with infant's CSF 5-HIAA.

Neurobiology/Neuroscience, Pharmacology, and Abnormal Behavior

5 Gilissen, E.; McGuinness, E.; McDonald, C.; Allman, J. The structure of the visual pulvinar in nocturnal and diurnal prosimians.

6 Huffman, K.; Krubitzer, L. The topographic organization and connections of somatosensory area 3A in the marmoset monkey (Callithrix jacchus).

7 Zajicek, K.; Gorey, J.; Heinz, A.; Jones, D.; Lee, K.; Weinberger, D. CSF 5-HIAA concentrations compared with [I- 123]B-CIT binding to brainstem serotonin transporters in adult male rhesus monkeys.

8 Grigorian, R.; Siketin, V. Action of cold stress on defensive conditioning behavior in monkeys: Role of different types of nervous systems.

9 Erwin, J.; Perl, D.; Hof, P.; Boysen, S.; Reite, M. A comparative neurobiology of aging resource: Feasibility and progress report on development of a great ape brain bank.

10 Shannon, C.; Higley, J; Lindell, S.; Linnoila, M. Rhesus monkeys with low CNS serotonin functioning are less sensitive to the anesthetic effects of ketamine.

11 Weld, K.; Higley, J.; Linnoila, M. Rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) with low CNS serotonin turnover rate are tolerant to the intoxicating effects of alcohol and are aggressive when intoxicated.

12 Fishkin, R.; Zhou, L.; Hitchcock, J.; Winslow, J. PCP- induced deficits in squirrel monkey behavior are partially reversed by olanzapine.

13 Eaton, G.; Worlein, J.; Kelley, S.; Vijayaraghavan, S.; Hess, D.; Axthelm, M. Cyproterone acetate, an antiandrogen, reduces self-biting in male rhesus (Macaca mulatta).

14 Rulf Fountain, A.; Tiefenbacher, S.; Novak, M.; Meyer, J. Is self-injurious behavior in rhesus monkeys related to social aggression?

15 Kinsey, J.; Jorgensen, M.; Novak, M. The effects of grooming boards on abnormal behavior in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta).

16 Harvey, H.; Struthers, E.; Wilbarger, J. A case report of autistic behavioral manifestations in a captive juvenile chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes).


17 Lynch, H.; Eisemann, J. Aye-Aye gruel presentation preference.

18 Schaefer, M.; Nash, L. Does altering cage size and cage furnishings alter behavior in Senegal galagos?

19 Ogden, J.; Killmar, K.; Hawes, J. Hand-rearing primates in zoos: The times they are a-changing.

20 Landon, K.; Erwin, J. Observations of a breeding group of patas monkeys (Erythrocebus patas) in an innovative laboratory enclosure.

21 Kessel, A.; Brent, L. Rehabilitating a rheboon (Macaca mulatta X Papio hamadryas cynocephalus) from single-housing to social housing: A case study.

22 Cox, C. Effect of proximity of zoo visitors on behavior of drills (Mandrillus leucophaeus).

23 O'Neill-Wagner, P. Hair today, gone tomorrow: Dye-marking and shaving help track hair loss and growth in rhesus monkeys.

24 Wood, W. Changes in grooming and play behavior across three levels of environmental complexity in an intensively housed group of zoo chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).

25 McKenzie, B.; Markowitz, H. Measuring the value of enrichment for behaviorally healthy zoo chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).

26 Kirkevold, B.; Linsdtrom, M.; Antilla, A.; Impett, V.; Roach, A. Locomotory patterns and object manipulation of orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus X abelii) after introduction to a naturalistic zoo exhibit.

Conservation and Ecology

27 Fernandez-Duque, E. Proyecto Marikina: Behavior, population genetics, and conservation of owl monkeys in Argentina.

28 Harrison, A.; Norconk, M. Feeding party dynamics in response to food availability in white-faced sakis of Lago Guri, Venezuela.

29 Bicca-Marques, J.; Calegaro-Marques, C. Single-line progressions in black-and-gold howler monkeys (Alouatta caraya): Is there an ordered positioning?

30 Babo, N.; Bakry, A.; Supriatna, J.; Erwin, J. A regional conservation information center for Sulawesi, Indonesia.

31 Rosenbaum, B.; Muskita, Y. A survey of the distribution and density of the Sulawesi crested black macaque (Macaca nigra) on Bacan Island, Indonesia.

32 Mukherjee, R.; Srivastava, A.; Mohnot, S.; Bernstein, I.; Southwick, C. Population status of the golden langur (Presbytis geei) in Assam.

33 Gonzalez-Martinez, J. Selection and use of habitat by the introduced rhesus and patas monkey populations in southwestern Puerto Rico.

34 Renehan, G. An evaluation of the value of natural forage for captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).

35 Ono-Vineberg, E. Insect egg consumption by Pan paniscus at Wamba, Zaire.

Monday, June 30

8:00 - 9:00 AM: Distinguished Primatologist Address: Orville A. Smith, "Reminiscences of Biomedicine and Conservation Nuptials: Shotgun or True Love?" (Ballroom: Mission Bay and Bay Rooms).

9:15 AM - 11:45 AM: Session 11: Reproduction, Sexual Behavior, and Mate Choice (E. Zucker, Chair) (Ballroom: Mission Bay Room)

9:15 Gibson, S.; Williams, L.; Abee, C. Comparison of pelvimetry, weight, and body length among female, young adult, laboratory-born squirrel monkeys (Saimiri boliviensis).

9:30 Mootnick, A.; Nadler, R. Sexual behavior of maternally separated captive gibbons (Hylobates).

9:45 Izard, M.; Taub, D. Distribution of births in corral-housed cynomolgus monkeys.

10:00 Zucker, E.; Clarke, M.; Glander, K. Latencies to first births by immigrating adult female howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica.

10:15 Jack, K. Mating success among male Japanese macaques at Arashiyama West.

10:30 Dowhan, R. Male tactics and female mate choice in corral- living savanna baboons.

10:45 Gerald, M.; Raleigh, M. A potential proximate mechanism for scrotal color variation in captive vervet monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops sabaeus).

11:00 Wallis, J. Chimpanzee consortships: New information on conception rate, seasonality, and individual preference.

11:15 Knott, C. Interactions between energy balance, hormonal patterns and mating behavior in wild Bornean orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus).

11:30 Nievergelt, C.; Martin, R. Time/energy budgets of both sexes during reproduction of captive common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus).

9:15 AM - 10:30 AM: Session 12: Vocal Communication (M. Glenn, chair) (Ballroom: Bay Room)

9:15 Windfelder, T. Responses of free-living saddle-back (Saguinus fuscicollis) and Emperor (S. imperator) tamarins to playback of long call vocalizations.

9:30 Norcross, J.; Cofrancesco, L.; Newman, J. Rapid onset of adult vocal behavior in captive, newly paired, pubertal common marmosets.

9:45 McCowan, B.; Mason, W.; Newman, J. Development of chuck perception in squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus).

10:00 Kajikawa, S. Vocal exchange among female subgroups of free-ranging squirrel monkeys (Saimiri boliviensis) in Japan.

10:15 Glenn, M.; Bensen, K. Comparisons of the vocal repertoire of mainland- and island-dwelling mona monkeys (Cercopithecus mona) in Africa and the Caribbean.

9:15 AM - 12:00 PM: Session 13: Workshop - Ethics and Primate Research [5] (M. Boccia and A. Petto, organizers) (Del Mar Room)

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Lunch break

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM: Session 14: Infant Development and Maternal Behavior (L. Williams, chair) (Ballroom: Mission Bay Room).

1:00 Williams, L.; Marston, M. Social dynamics of partner selection in infant Bolivian squirrel monkeys (Saimiri boliviensis).

1:15 Manson, J. Social relationships of 0-3 month old wild white-faced capuchins at Lomas Barbudal, Costa Rica.

1:30 Perry, S. Social relationships between adult female and immature wild white-faced capuchins at Lomas Barbudal, Costa Rica.

1:45 Champoux, M.; Shannon, C.; Suomi, S. Variability in response to novelty in surrogate-reared rhesus monkey infants.

2:00 Sackett, G. Growth, health, and reproductive success of nursery versus mother reared Macaca nemestrina from 1-10 years of age.

2:15 Maestripieri, D. Determinants of infant abuse and neglect in group-living monkeys.

2:30 Rasmussen, K.; Timme, A.; Suomi, S. Temperament and mothering style in Cayo Santiago rhesus macaques: Behavioral and physiological relationships.

2:45 DeVinney, B.; Berman, C.; Rasmussen, K. Changes in free- ranging rhesus mother-yearling relationships following the birth of a sibling.

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM: Session 15: Conservation and Ecology (B. Rosenbaum, chair) (Del Mar Room)

1:00 Jack, K.; Lamarsh, C.; Boinski, S.; Coltrane, J. Conservation status of Costa Rican squirrel monkeys (Saimiri oerstedi oerstedi, S. o. citrinellus).

1:15 Bensen, K.; Glenn, M. Population size, hunting rates, and sustainability of mona monkeys (Cercopithecus mona) on the Caribbean island of Grenada.

1:30 Rosenbaum, B. The effects of selective logging on the ecology of Sulawesi black macaques (Macaca nigra) on Bacan Island, Indonesia.

1:45 Singh, M. Ecological features of primate species' distribution and association patterns in prime field sites in Southern India.

2:00 Leon, S.; Taylor, L. Substrate use by behavior and time of day in a free-ranging group of squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus).

2:15 Serio-Silva, J.; Rodriguez-Luna, E.; Hernandez-Salazar, L; Espinosa-Gomez, R.; Rico-Gray, V. Nutritional and chemical considerations for the food selection by howler monkeys (Alouatta palliata mexicana) in Agaltepec Island, Catemaco, Veracruz, Mexico.

2:30 Paterson, J. Seed predation patterns in the diet of the Sonso Forest baboon troop.

2:45 Paterson, J. Pith-ing and bark-ing: Baboons on the edge of the forest.

3:00 Johnson, E. Rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) continue to exhibit caution toward novel foods when food stressed.

3:15 Caine, N. Cutting costs in response to predatory threat by Geoffroy's marmosets.

3:30 Baker, M. Identification and selection of fur rubbing materials by white-faced capuchin monkeys (Cebus capucinus).

3:45 Garey, J. The consumption of human medicinal plants, including abortifacients, by wild primates.

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM: ASP Business Meeting (Ballroom: Bay Room)

6:30 PM - 12:00 AM: Banquet, Award Presentations, and Dance (Ballroom)