ASP 1998 Meeting: Scientific and Social Program

Sunday, June 28

10:00 AM - 6:00 PM: Registration (Foyer of the Jones Theatre in the Fine Arts Center)

10:00 AM - 6:00 PM: Exhibits and Silent Auction (Caldwell-Carvey Foyer)

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

Awards and Recognition (Olin 302)
Conservation (Olin 305)
Education (Olin 324)
Membership and Finance (Olin 111)
Program (Olin 322)
Publications (Olin 323)
Research and Development (Olin 320)

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM: Opening Reception (Howry Center) [food and beverages]

Monday, June 29


7:00 AM - 8:00 AM: Past Presidents' Breakfast (Upper Commons)

8:00 AM - 8:15 AM: Welcome by Evan Zucker (Program Committee)

Steve Schapiro (Local Host)
Dale Knobel (Provost, Southwestern University)
Margaret Kripke (Vice President for Academic Programs,
The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center)

Introductory Remarks by Melinda Novak (ASP President) (Alma Thomas Theatre)

8:15 AM - 9:15 AM: Keynote Address: Benjamin B. Beck, "Cognitive Aspects of Reintroduction of Golden Lion Tamarins in Brazil" [1] (Alma Thomas Theatre)

9:30 AM - 12:00 PM: Session 1: Learning, Cognition, and Communication (M. Andrews, Chair) (Alma Thomas Theatre)

9:30 Acquisition of computerized behavior-assessment tasks in group living squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus). M. W. Andrews [12]

9:45 Head cocking in the bushbaby (Otolemur garnettii): Effect of stimulus properties. C. Cantalupo and J. P. Ward [26]

10:00 Scale model comprehension by chimpanzees (Pan troglodtyes). V. A. Kuhlmeier, S. T. Boysen, and K. L. Mukob [66]

10:15 Memory and communication of object types and object locations by a language-trained chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). C. R. Menzel [76]

10:30 Deferred imitation of object-related actions in young, enculturated great apes. J. M. Bering, D. F. Bjorklund, and P. Ragan [23]

10:45 Observational word learning in bonobos (Pan paniscus). H. Lyn, E. S. Savage-Rumbaugh, and D. Rumbaugh [71]

11:00 Observational learning in orang utans. R. W. Shumaker, B. B. Beck, L. Brown, and S. Taub [104]

11:15 Delay of gratification in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). M. J. Beran and D. M. Rumbaugh [22]

11:30 Visual-perspective taking by an orang utan. D. J. Shillito, R. W. Shumaker, G. G. Gallup, Jr., and B. B. Beck [102]

9:30 AM - 11:30 AM: Session 2: Genetics and Psychobiology (P. Mehlman, Chair) (Olin 105)

9:30 South American Ateles nonmetric analysis. J. Y. Anderson [11]

9:45 Observations in cynomolgus macaques (Macaca fascicularis) relating to heterozygosity and complexity in three human microsatellites previously screened in baboons. J. R. Kaplan, S. M. Witte, and J. Rogers [62]

10:00 Phenotypic variation among subspecies of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). J. J. Ely, D. R. Lee, T. F. Beck, M. E. Keeling, K. Mossman, A. Reeves-Daniel, and W. H. Stone [40]

10:15 Social status and "baseline" serum cortisol concentrations in small, recently formed groups of female cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis). R. C. Stavisky and J. R. Kaplan [109]

10:30 Development of behavioral and physiological characteristics accompanying behavioral depression in female cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis). C. A. Shively [103]

10:45 Immune and endocrine changes following brief capture experiences in free ranging rhesus macaques. M. L. Laudenslager, K. L. R. Rasmussen, A. A. Lilly, O. Laban, E. M. Sternberg, C. M. Berman, and S. J. Suomi [68]

11:00 CNS serotonin and nighttime activity in free-ranging rhesus monkeys. P. T. Mehlman, J. D. Higley, and M. Linnoila [75]

11:15 Biogenic amine response to fluoxetine and desipramine during repeated separations in differentially-reared rhesus monkeys. A. S. Clarke, G. W. Kraemer, W. T. McKinney, and D. J. Kupfer [31]

9:30 AM - 11:45 AM: Session 3: Workshop - Primatology in the Classroom - A Comprehensive Workshop for Teachers. (M. D. Haberstroh, Organizer; sponsored by the ASP Education Committee) [6] (Olin 110)


12:00 PM - 1:15 PM: Lunch Break

1:15 PM - 4:30 PM: Session 3 (continued) - Workshop - Primatology in the Classroom [6]

1:15 PM - 2:15 PM: Featured Speaker: W. Richard Dukelow, "The Alpha Males... An Historic Look at the Development of the U. S. Regional Primate Research Centers and the Individuals that Started Them." [4] (Alma Thomas Theatre)

2:30 PM - 4:30 PM: Session 4: Workshop/Symposium - The Role of the Regional Primate Research Centers and Other Primate Facilities in Future Research. (W. R. Dukelow, Organizer) [5] (Alma Thomas Theatre)

Governmental aspects of long range nonhuman primate facility support. L. Whitehair

Industrial and regional primate research center collaborations. A. G. Hendrickx

Breeding production programs in nonhuman primate facilities. W. R. Dukelow

The nonhuman primate community's ability to adapt to AIDS and other catastrophic events. Da. Anderson

2:30 PM - 4:15 PM: Session 5: Ecology and Behavioral Ecology (E. Ehart, Chair) (Olin 105)

2:30 The ecology of olfactory communication in Venezuelan white-faced sakis. T. M. Gleason [50]

2:45 Patterns of positional behavior in white-faced capuchin monkeys (Cebus capucinus): An analysis of individual locomotor records and sequences of locomotor bouts. P. A. Garber and B. W. Wright [46]

3:00 Group movements in wild Propithecus diadema edwarsi and Eulemur fulvus rufus. D. J. Overdorff and E. M. Ehart [81]

3:15 Group leadership and feeding priority in wild Propithecus diadema edwarsi and Eulemur fulvus rufus. E. M. Ehart and D. J. Overdorff [41]

3:30 Seasonal fattening and changes in activity levels in the brown mouse lemur (Microcebus rufus) in Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar. S. Atsalis [13]

3:45 Ecological influences on cathemeral activity in the mongoose lemur (Eulemur mongoz) at Ampijoroa, Northwest Madagascar. M. A. Rasmussen [90]

4:00 Reactions of captive Geoffroy's marmosets to experimentally presented calls of a raptorial and non-raptorial bird. Y. M. Searcy and N. G. Caine [100]

4:30 PM - 6:30 PM: Executive Committee Meeting (Olin 113)

4:30 PM - 7:00 PM: Dinner Break


7:00 PM - 9:00 PM: Session 6: Poster Session I -

Ecology and Conservation,
Research Methods and Education,
Colony Management and Enrichment. (Howry Center)


1 Do monkeys with self-injurious behavior (SIB) act impulsively in cognitive tasks? S. T. deBlois and M. A. Novak [36]

2 Spontaneous tool use in a vervet monkey (Cercopithecus aethiops sabaeus). D. Pollack [87]

3 Nest-making in an impoverished environment: A possible origin of communicative clapping by captive bonobos (Pan paniscus). P. Neary [77]

4 Gender is represented in phee calls produced by prepubertal common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus). J. L. Norcross and J. D. Newman [80]

Ecology and Conservation

5 Digesta retention time in white-faced sakis, Pithecia pithecia. M. A. Norconk, O. T. Oftedal, M. L. Power, M. Jakubasz, and A. Savage [79]

6 Portable foods preferred by Wied's black tufted-ear marmosets (Callithrix kuhli): Further evidence of anti-predator strategies in Callitrichids. M. C. Carroll and C. M. Schaffner [28]

7 Food intake and fat-soluble vitamin status in captive lion-tailed macaques (Macaca silenus). R. G. Lessnau, C. H. Obrock, E. S. Dierenfeld, and C. M. McCann [69]

8 Seed dispersal of a pioneer tree species (Castilla elastica) by mantled howler monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica. J. D. Pruetz, H. D. Davis, J. K. McMurry, and V. Gann [88]

9 Changes in daily activity pattern and rates of social interactions in a free-ranging group of mantled howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica following partial deforestation of their home range. M. R. Clarke, D. A. Collins, and E. L. Zucker [32]

10 The orangutan rehabilitation program at Wanariset Station, Samboja-East Kalimantan. R. S. E. Siregar, R. C. Kyes, W. T. M. Smits, A. E. Russon, and Heryanto [105]

Breeding and Reproduction

11 The use of Norplant as an effective means of contraception in the white-faced saki (Pithecia pithecia). A. Savage, D. S. Zirofsky, S. E. Shideler, and B. L. Lasley [97]

12 Assessing the anti-fertility properties of intrauterine neem treatment in titi monkeys (Callicebus moloch). D. M. Reeder, C. R. Valverde, and S. P. Mendoza [92]

13 Failure to thrive syndrome in squirrel monkey infants (Saimiri spp.). S. Gibson, L. Williams, A. Brady, and C. Abee [47]

Education and Research Methods

14 Integrating primatology into public school curricula - a pilot project. A. J. Petto and L. Jacobsen [85]

15 Using the computer for interactive testing: A multimedia application in primatology. J. Kappelman, C. Bramblett, M. Feseha, A. Gordon, K. McCardel, J. Pearlstein, T. Ryan, R. Scott, E. Seiffert, S. Tecot, and G. Weiner [63]

16 A computerized apparatus for identifying, dispensing, and measuring alcohol consumed by individual members of a large rhesus macaque social group. G. Flory, M. Linnoila, and J. D. Higley [45]

Colony Management and Enrichment

17 Managing the environmental enrichment program for nonhuman primates and domestic farm animals housed at the National Institutes of Health. L. M. Watson and J. L. Weed [112]

18 Catering to Catarrhines: Food enrichment at the University of Washington's Regional Primate Research Center. R. U. Bellanca, C. M. Crockett, C. Johnson-Delaney, S. M. DeMers, and K. Eiffert [18]

19 Use of an inexpensive foraging device by four primate species: Patterns of food acceptance and foraging time. K. Landon and J. Erwin [67]

20 The effect of visual slides on self-injurious behavior in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). J. H. Kinsey, M. J. Jorgensen, L. A. Pagliuca, W. K. Chase, and M. A. Novak [65]

21 Cortisol responses of longtailed macaques to increased social stimulation. C. M. Crockett, R. U. Bellanca, C. L. Bowers, and D. M. Bowden [34]

22 Grooming-contact cages promote affiliative social interaction in individually housed adult baboons. C. M. Crockett and K. S. Heffernan [35]

23 Pair housing adult owl monkeys (Aotus sp.) for environmental enrichment. J. L. Weed and L. M. Watson [113]

Tuesday, June 30


8:00 AM - 9:00 AM: Featured Speaker: Carol M. Berman, "The Development and Inter-Generational Perpetuation of Kin Bias Among Cercopithecines." [2] (Alma Thomas Theatre)

9:15 AM - 11:30 AM: Session 7 - Infant Development and Maternal Behavior (L. Fairbanks, Chair) (Alma Thomas Theatre)

9:15 Comparative analysis of dental emergence and first solid food in primates. B. Behrens [17]

9:30 Analysis of the development of hand preferences in marmosets (Callithrix jacchus). M. A. Hook-Costigan and L. J. Rogers [54]

9:45 Vocalizations associated with mother-infant interactions in the small-eared bushbaby (Otolemur garnettii). M. L. Becker, E. H. Buder, and J. P. Ward [16]

10:00 Rapid physical but delayed behavioral maturation and single births in Callimico. Do. Anderson [10]

10:15 Response to infant titi monkeys in distress: Effects of parental experience. W. A. Mason and S. P. Mendoza [73]

10:30 Weaning and maternal responsiveness to distress calling among free-ranging rhesus monkeys on Cayo Santiago. B. J. deVinney, C. M. Berman, and K. L. R. Rasmussen [37]

10:45 A comparison of captive baboon and feral baboon mother-infant proximity during infants' first three months. V. Bentley-Condit and E. O. Smith [21]

11:00 CSF 5-HIAA associated with individual differences in maternal protectiveness in vervet monkeys. L. A. Fairbanks, W. P. Melega, and M. T. McGuire [43]

11:15 Influence of female availability on adoption in two captive groups of pigtail macaques (Macaca nemestrina). R. L. Richardson and W. L. MacCannell [96]

9:15 AM - 12:00 PM: Session 8 - Workshop: The Well-Being of Socially-Housed Captive Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). S. Howell, J. Fritz, and T. L. Wolfle (Organizers) [7] (Olin 105)

Participants: K. Baker, M. Bloomsmith, L. Brent, J. Fritz, T. Griffin, S. Howell, M. E. Keeling, S. Lambeth, E. Toback, T. L. Wolfle

9:15 AM - 12:00 PM: Session 3 (continued) : Workshop - Primatology in the Classroom [6] (Olin 110)


12:00 PM - 2:00 PM: Lunch Break

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM: AJP Editorial Board Lunch and Meeting (Upper Commons)

2:00 PM - 4:45 PM: Session 9: Reproduction and Endocrinology (T. Ziegler, Chair) (Alma Thomas Theatre)

2:00 Infant handling and survival in captive cotton-top tamarins and common marmosets. M. Bardi, A. J. Petto, and D. Lee-Parritz [15]

2:15 Validity of an estimator of reproductive success. R. J. Rhine, G. W. Norton, D. M. Hawkins, and S. K. Wasser [94]

2:30 Variation in reproduction of female Gombe chimpanzees. K. B. Kerr [64]

2:45 Prepartum estrogen levels in female marmosets (Callithrix kuhli): Description and test of a link with infant survivorship. J. E. Fite and J. A. French [44]

3:00 Changes in female swelling patterns and rate of male copulation during the follicular phase in group living lion-tailed macaques: Effects of vasectomy, female age, or partner boredom? N. C. Harvey, K. M. deFalco, D. Vasseaur, and D. G. Lindburg [52]

3:15 Paternity and female choice in two groups of hamadryas baboons. D. G. Smith, S. Kanthaswamy, and J. L. Wagner [106]

3:30 Female mating strategy in Japanes macaques. J. Soltis, F. Mitsunaga, K. Shimizu, Y. Yanagihara, and M. Nozaki [107]

3:45 Effects of genistein on estradiol production in pregnant rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). R. M. Harrison, P. P. Phillippi, and M. C. Henson [51]

4:00 Monitoring pregnancy in twinning pygmy loris (Nycticebus pygmaeus) using fecal estrogen metabolites (E1C). M. H. Jurke, N. M. Czekala, S. Jurke, L. R. Hagey, V. A. Lance, A. J. Conley, and H. Fitch-Snyder [59]

4:15 Seasonal responses of fecal cortisol and testosterone levels from free-ranging male muriqui monkeys, Brachyteles arachnoides. T. E. Ziegler and K. B. Strier [117]

4:30 Metabolites of ovarian activity in captive female bonobos (Pan paniscus). M. H. Jurke, L. R. Hagey, N. M. Czekala, and S. Jurke [60]

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM: Session 10: Colony Management and Enrichment (M. Jorgensen, Chair) (Olin 105)

2:00 Risk factors for self-injurious behavior in captive rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). M. J. Jorgensen, J. H. Kinsey, and M. A. Novak [58]

2:15 Behavioral effects of removing milk from the gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) diet at Zoo Atlanta. K. E. Lukas, G. Hamor, M. A. Bloomsmith, C. L. Horton, and T. L. Maple [70]

2:30 The presence of visual barriers decreases agonism in group housed pigtail macaques (Macaca nemestrina). N. Maninger, J. H. Kim, and G. C. Ruppenthal [72]

2:45 Enlarging chimpanzee social groups: The behavioral course of introductions. M. A. Bloomsmith, K. C. Baker, S. K. Ross, and S. P. Lambeth [25]

3:00 Outdoor access: The behavioral benefits to chimpanzees. K. C. Baker and S. K. Ross [14]

3:15 Corresponding changes in behavior and urinary cortisol excretion following relocation in Wied's black tufted-ear marmosets (Callithrix kuhli). C. M. Schaffner and T. E. Smith [98]

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM: Education Committee Meeting with Students (Olin 110)

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM: Board of Directors Meeting (Olin 113)

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM: Interest Group Meeting - "Neurobiology and Physiology of Individual Differences in Maternal Behavior" (L. Fairbanks, Organizer) (Olin 110)

Participants include: L. Fairbanks, S. Suomi, J. D. Higley, and K. Rasmussen

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM: 1997 Workshop Update - "The Care and Management of Captive Chimpanzees - Facility Design" (L. Brent, Organizer) (Olin 105)

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM: Dinner Break


7:00 PM - 9:00 PM: Session 11: Poster Session II -

Infant Development and Maternal Behavior,
Social Behavior,
Anatomy, Genetics, and Neuroscience.
(Howry Center)

Infant Development and Maternal Behavior

1 Rearing condition and novelty response in infant rhesus monkeys. K. B. Zajicek, C. Fahlke, and M. Champoux [116]

2 The effect of time of day on behavior in nursery reared rhesus macaque infants. G. P. Dube, M. Champoux, C. Shannon, S. Higley, and S. J. Suomi [38]

3 Aggression to infants and maternal competence by female rhesus monkeys with low CNS serotonin functioning. T. Tsai, S. Lindell, C. Shannon, and J. D. Higley [111]

Social Behavior

4 Behavioral and physiological indicators of temperament in Wied's black tufted-ear marmoset (Callithrix kuhli). J. L. Hunter and J. A. French [55]

5 Social effects on anointing behavior in capuchins (Cebus apella). T. M. Gilbert, D. A. Brown, and S. T. Boysen [48]

6 Kin recognition in captive bonnet and pigtail macaques (Macaca radiata and Macaca nemestrina): Sociality or genetics? R. L. Richardson and M. L. Laudenslager [95]

7 Post-conflict behaviors and reconciliation in vervet monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops sabaeus). K. M. McCormack and L. A. Fairbanks [74]

8 Analyzing differences in post-conflict behavior is difficult if there are few conflicts: A study of compatible groups of captive chimpanzees and rhesus macaques. L. E. Owens, J. M. Stern, C. M. Myers, S. B. Kozma, L. K. Knapp, E. A. Holland, E. J. Thiele, and S. J. Schapiro [82]

9 A structural model for the evolution of submission among M. mulatta - the effects of differential resource access and differential mortality on reproductive value and inclusive fitness. M. S. Workman [115]

10 Frequencies and contexts of gape yawn displays of free-ranging patas monkeys (Erythrocebus patas). E. L. Zucker, M. S. Gerald, and J. R. Kaplan [118]

Anatomy, Genetics, and Neuroscience

11 Preliminary anatomical description of the sound production mechanism in the small-eared bushbaby (Otolemur garnettii). J. C. Kahane, M. L. Becker, and J. P. Ward [61]

12 ABO blood group distribution in macaques (Macaca spp.) and resulting implications in behavior, biogeography, and evolutionary relatedness. M. D. Passman [84]

13 Microsatellite polymorphisms in a captive colony of vervets (Cercopithecus aethiops sabaeus). T. K. Newman, L.A. Fairbanks, D. B. Pollack, M. T. McGuire, M. J. Raleigh, and J. Rogers [78]

14 Essential fatty acid formula supplementation and neuromotor capabilities in nursery-reared rhesus monkey neonates. M. Champoux, C. Shannon, J. Hibbeln, and N. Salem [29]

15 Consumption patterns for sugar water, cranberry juice, and alcohol in caged rhesus macaques. J. Pushkas, J. D. Higley, M. Linnoila, and A. Mathews [89]

16 Alcohol consumption correlates with intoxification level, CSF serotonin, and rearing condition: A non-human primate model. A. Hurley, J. D. Higley, K. Lucas, D. Hommer, S. Shoaf, and M. Linnoila [56]

17 The effect of specific serotonin reuptake inhibitors on cerebrospinal fluid concentrations of monoamine metabolites in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). K. P. Weld and M. Linnoila [114]

18 Serotonin transporter genetic variation, CSF 5-HIAA concentrations, and alcohol-related aggression in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). A. J. Bennett, K. P. Lesch, A. Heils, and M. Linnoila [19]



8:00 AM - 9:00 AM: Featured Speaker: Thomas M. Butler, "Baboons (Papio sp.) in Biomedical Research." [3] (Alma Thomas Theatre)

9:15 AM - 11:00 AM: Session 12: Social Behavior (M. Clarke, chair) (Alma Thomas Theatre)

9:15 Personality factors of adult male rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) predict responses to videotape four years later. J. P. Capitanio [27]

9:30 An experimental study of deception in semifree-ranging Tonkean macaques. A. M. Ducoing and B. Thierry [39]

9:45 Ambiguities in the behavior of Assamese macaques. I. S. Bernstein and M. A. Cooper [24]

10:00 A comparison of the social and feeding behaviors between a wild and commensal group of bonnet macaques (Macaca radiata) in the Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary, South India. L. Schlotterhausen [99]

10:15 Reconciliation in Assamese macaques (Macaca assamensis). M. A. Cooper and I. S. Bernstein [33]

10:30 Pygmy marmosets (Cebuella pygmaea) are egalitarian social foragers. R. L. Addington [9]

10:45 Social behavior and sexual motivation across the reproductive cycle in titi monkeys (Callicebus moloch): Concealment or communication of ovulation? D. M. Reeder, S. P. Mendoza, and W. A. Mason [91]

9:15 AM - 11:30 AM: Session 13: Workshop - Advances in Primate Training (P. O'Neill-Wagner and A. Stone, organizers) [8] (Olin 105)

Participants: K. Baker, T. Bettinger, S.Boysen, L. Brent, G. Heidbrink, P. O'Neill-Wagner, K. Phillippi-Falkenstein, V. Reinhardt, A.Stone, and L. Watson.


11:30 AM - 1:00 PM: Lunch Break

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM: Session 14: Neurobiology and Behavior of Aging Primates (J. Erwin and L. Taylor, Chairs) (Alma Thomas Theatre)

1:00 Dwarf and mouse lemurs as primate models of brain aging: Distribution of age pigments. E. Gilissen, R. E. Jacobs, and J. M. Allman [49]

1:15 Development of a comparative neurobiology of aging resource: Progress during year one of the Great Ape Aging Project. J. Erwin, M. Bloomsmith, S. Boysen, P. Hof, R. Holloway, L. Lowenstine, R. McManamon, E. Nimchinsky, D. Perl, M. Reite, W. Young, and A. Zihlmann [42]

1:30 Identification of neural types in cingulate cortex that are unique to humans and great apes. P. R. Hof, E. A. Nimchinsky, D. P. Perl, and J. Erwin [53]

1:45 A comparative study of the acoustic correlates of "old age" in baboons, macaques, and humans. D. Rendall, M. Rowe, R. M. Seyfarth, and D. L. Cheney [93]

2:00 Age and locomotion in captive Coquerel's sifakas (Propithecus verreauxi coquereli). M. S. Pasin, L. L. Taylor, and B. S. Leon [83]

2:15 Social isolation and aged lemurs. L. L. Taylor [110]

2:30 Do aged free-ranging female rhesus monkeys exhibit a mortality plateau? R. L. Johnson and E. Kapsalis [57]

2:45 Discussion

1:00 PM - 2:15 PM: Session 15: Conservation (J. Chism, Chair) (Olin 105)

1:00 Population status of capuchin (Cebus albifrons trinitatis) and howler (Alouatta seniculus insulanus) monkeys in Trinidad. K. Phillips, C. L. Abercrombie, and S. Ramsubhag [86]

1:15 Peruvian primate census in the Rio Tapiche area: Population characteristics and patterns of distribution. C. L. Bennett, S. Leonard, and S. Carter [20]

1:30 "Las Islas de los Changos" (The Monkey Islands): A sustainable natural resource in Los Tuxtlas Region, Veracruz, Mexico. J. C. Serio-Silva [101]

1:45 Group structure and conservation status of de Brazza's monkey (Cercopithecus neglectus) in Kisere Forest, Kenya. J. Chism, T. Kowalczyk, and R. Wilmott [30]

2:00 Translocations of rhesus monkeys in India: Prospects and outcomes. C. H. Southwick, I. Malik, and M. F. Siddiqi [108]

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM: ASP Business Meeting (Alma Thomas Theatre)

4:30 PM: Buses begin departing for Science Park in Bastrop (Howry Center Parking lot)

5:30 PM: Tour of M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Primate Facility

7:00 PM - 11:30 PM: Banquet, Dance, and Award Presentations (Stardust Ballroom)