ASP 2000 Meeting Scientific and Social Program


Wednesday June 21, 2000
12:00NOON-7:00PM Registration (Sunshine Room)
6:00PM Exhibit and Silent Auction Set-up Begins (Millennium Room)
  Standing committee meetings
Awards and Recognition 1:00PM-5:00PM Suite 329
Conservation 1:00PM-5:00PM Executive Boardroom
Education 3:00PM-5:00PM Suite 231
Membership and Finance 2:00PM-5:00PM Suite 229
Program 2:00PM-5:00PM Regal Class Boardroom
Publications 2:00PM-5:00PM Suite 331
Research and Development 2:00PM-5:00PM Suite 431


Opening Reception at the Pavilion (outside in the Gardens)
[Food and Cash Bar]



Thursday June 22

6:45AM-8:00AM: Past Presidents. Breakfast (table reserved at the Regal Harvest House Restaurant)
Welcome by Mollie Bloomsmith (Program Committee), Mark Laudenslager (Local Host), Richard Reading (Director of Conservation Biology, Denver Zoological Gardens), Steven Dubovsky (Interim Chairman, Department of Psychiatry, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center).
Introductory Remarks by Nancy Caine (ASP President).
8:15AM-9:15AM Keynote Address: Duane M. Rumbaugh "The Apes and Us: Brain and Emergent Processes" [I-1] (Flagstaff Room)
9:30AM-12:00NOON: Session 1: Learning and Cognition, Part A (M. J. Jorgensen, Chair) (Flagstaff Room)
9:30 Observational Learning of Food Processing Techniques in Gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla). T.S. Stoinski, N. Ure, J. Wrate and A. Whiten [118]
9:45 Spontaneous Tool Behaviors in a Captive Group of Gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla): Innovation and Observational Learning. S. Woods [131]
10:15 Two Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) Compare Non-Visible Sums of Candy Pieces. M. J. Beran [14]
10:30 Concerning Recall Memory in a Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). C. R. Menzel [76]
10:45 Matching-To-Meaning: Emotional Awareness in Chimpanzees. L.A. Parr, F.B.M. de Waal and W.D. Hopkins [89]
11:00 Hemiretina Use is Stimulus Dependent in Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). M.A. Hook, S.J. Schapiro and J.P. Ward [56]
11:15 Vocalization Production and Usage in Language-Competent, Captive Bonobos (Pan paniscus). J.P. Taglialatela and E.S. Savage-Rumbaugh [122]
11:30 Touch-Screens Versus Joysticks: A Comparison of Two Automated Cognitive Assessment Methodologies for Nonhuman Primates. M. J. Jorgensen [60]
11:45 Memory Organization by an Orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus). K.B. Swartz [121]
9:30AM-12:00NOON: Session 2: Enrichment, Breeding and Reproduction (S. J. Schapiro, Chair) (Canyon Room)
9:30 Initiating a Computer-Assisted Enrichment System for Captive Chimpanzees.
S. K. Ross, M.A. Bloomsmith, K.C. Baker and W.D. Hopkins [105]
9:45 Control Over Computer-Assisted Enrichment for Socially Housed Chimpanzees.
M.A. Bloomsmith, S.K. Ross and K.C. Baker [17]
10:00 Control Over Videotape Enrichment for Socially Housed Chimpanzees.
M.A. Bloomsmith, S.P. Lambeth, J.E. Perlman, M.A. Hook and S.J. Schapiro [16]
10:15 Positive Reinforcement Training Paired with Videotape Exposure Decreases Training Time Investment for a Complicated Task in Female Chimpanzees. J.E. Perlman, S.P. Lambeth and S.J. Schapiro [91]
10:30 Abnormal Behavior in Singly-Housed Macaca mulatta: Prevalence and Potential Risk Factors. C.K. Lutz, W.K. Chase and M.A. Novak [72]
10:45 Reproduction in Indonesian vs. Chinese Cynomolgus Macaques Revisited. M. K. Izard and D. G. Smith [57]
11:00 Testosterone Across the Cycle of Female Bonobos (Pan paniscus). M.H. Jurke, R.H. Sommovilla, N.M. Czekala and R.W. Wrangham [61]
11:15 The Relationship between Testosterone and Socio-Sexual Behavior in Cycling Bonobo Females. M.H. Jurke, R.H. Sommovilla, N.C. Harvey and R.W. Wrangham [62]
11:30 Variation in Lifetime Reproductive Success in Female Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) of Gombe Stream Research Centre. K.B. Kerr [64]
11:45 Abortion. A "Biologically Smart" Strategy in Young Macaques (Macaca nemestrina)? K. Hinde and L. Newell-Morris [54]
9:30AM-12:00NOON: Session 3. Symposium: Acquisition and Maintenance of Social Dominance in Macaques and Vervets (J.D. Higley, I.S. Bernstein, B. Chapais, L. Fairbanks, organizers) [S-19] (Sugarloaf Room)
9:00 Bernstein, I.S.The Dominance Concept: Causes and Consequences [S-20]
9:30 Chapais, B. Nepotistic Dominance Systems: What is the Exact Role of Kinship? [S-21]
10:00 Fairbanks, L. Dominance in Vervets: Social, Reproductive and Developmental Correlates of Rank [S-22]
10:30 Higley, J.D., Bastain, M. Hurley, A. Developmental and Biological Variables Related to Social Dominance [S-23]
11:00 Discussion
12:00 NOON-1:00PM Lunch Break
1:00PM- 2:00PM Featured Speaker: Patricia Wright "Moon Ghosts from a Distant Island: Researching the Lemurs of Madagascar" [I-4] (Flagstaff Room)
2:15PM-4:45PM: Session 4: Social Behavior, Part A (M. L. Boccia, Chair) (Flagstaff Room)
2:15 Behavioral Consequences of Aging in Great Apes: A Pilot Study. M.A. Bloomsmith, L.R. Tarou and J.M. Erwin [18]
2:30 How Rhesus Macaques Age: Differences in Male and Female Social Behaviors. J. Corr [33]
2:45 Dominance Style or Phylogenetic Affiliation: What Predicts the Social Functions of Affiliative Facial Displays in Pigtailed Macaques (Macaca nemestrina)? S. Preuschoft, J. Flack, M.L. Gong and F.B.M. de Waal [97]
3:00 Individual Differences in Response to a Stranger: Social Impulsivity as a Dimension of Temperament in Vervet Monkeys. L.A. Fairbanks, D. Pollack and K. Blau [39]
3:15 Serotonergic Responsivity is Associated with Impulsivity but not Dominance in Female Cynomolgus Monkeys. J.R. Kaplan, B.A. Rymeski, E.C. Nicks, A.D. Cairnes, M.R. Ayers, S.B. Manuck and L.A. Fairbanks [63]
3:30 Negotiating Changes in Status among Female Bonobos. C.M. Johnson and M. Ronneberg [58]
3:45 Female-Female Social Relationships in White Fronted Capuchins (Cebus albifrons): Testing Hypotheses about Resource Size and Quality. K.A. Phillips and K. Newlon [94]
4:00 Effects of Timing of Environmental Stress on Social Behavior Patterns During Pregnancy in Captive Squirrel Monkeys (Saimiri boliviensis). M.E. Glasgow and L.E. Williams [46]
4:15 A Preliminary Investigation into the Alloparental Behaviors of Corral Living Male Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta) using Six Distinctive Polymorphic Microsattelites. J.A. Peterson, J. Viray, A. Deinard, D.G. Smith and S. Gabow [92]
4:30 Early Experience with Atypical Peers: A Macaque Model of Mainstreaming. T.M. Nicholson, J.S. Lockard and J.C. Ha [87]
Session Jointly Sponsored by ASP and APV (Association of Primate Veterinarians)
2:15PM-4:15PM: Session 5. Roundtable: Environmental Enhancement: Policy, Plans, and Perspective (K.C. Baker, organizer) [R-1] (Canyon Room)
2:15PM-4:15PM: Session 6. Workshop: Cognitive Research in Zoological Parks (R.W. Shumaker and T. S. Stoinski, organizers) [W-1] (Sugarloaf Room)
4:30PM-9:00PM: Session 7. Film Session: Films Dedicated to Newer Material on Lesser-known Macaques (C. Weisbard and C. Southwick, organizers) [R-5] (Canyon Room)
5:00PM-7:00PM: Session 8: POSTER SESSION I: Enrichment/Colony Management; Breeding/Reproduction; Feeding/Nutrition; Social Behavior; Ecology/Conservation (Century Room)

Enrichment/Colony Management

1. Bramblett, C.A. Stability of Guenon Social Behaviors after Extreme Changes in Housing Conditions [23]

2. Williams, L.E., Steadman, A., Kyser, B. Increased Cage Size Affects Aotus Time Budgets and Partner Distances [129]

3. Weed, J.L., McCollom, K.J., Cisar, F.A. Methods for Socializing Unfamiliar Primates to Provide Environmental Enrichment and Promote Psychological Well-Being [128]

4. Harvey, H., Rice, T., Kayhart, R., Torres, C. The Effects of Specific Types of Music on the Activity Levels of Singly-Housed Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) [50]

5. Veira, Y., Brent, L. Behavioral Intervention Program: Enriching the Lives of Captive Nonhuman Primates [126]

6. Nitsch, M. Affiliative Interactions within an All-Male Group of Western Lowland Gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) at Loro Park, Tenerife, Spain [88]

7. Bollen, K.S., Novak, M.A. A Survey of Abnormal Behavior in Captive Zoo Primates [21]


Breeding/ Reproduction

8. Lukas, K.E., Maher, S.A., Jacobs, B.A., Henderson, A. Assessing the Effect of Visitor Presence on Reproductive Behavior in Gibbons (Hylobates leucogenys) at Lincoln Park Zoo [71]



9.Milliken, G.W., Ferra, G., Kraiter, K.S., Mallard, S., Ross, C.L.Lateral Reach and Posture Preferences during Arboreal Folivory in Propithecus Species [81]


Social Behavior

10. Fernandez-Carriba, S., Loeches, Á., Hopkins, W.D. Functional Asymmetries in the Perception and Production of Facial Expressions in Primates: New Findings in Chimpanzees [41]

11. Schaffner, C.M., Aureli, F. Embracing and Face Greeting in a Captive Group of Colombian Black-Faced Spider Monkeys (Ateles fusciceps robustus) [107]

12. Bahmeier, J.M., Battaglia, K.M. Female Social Interactions of Captive Pigtail Macaques (Macaca nemestrina) before and following the Introduction of an Alpha Male [4]

13. Brosnan, S.F., Seres, M., de Waal, F.B.M. The Effects of Food Quantity and Audience on Food Calls in Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) [25]

14. Cohen, M.R., Parr, L.A., Palombit, R.A. Cracking the Code: The Contextual Use of Facial Expressions by Group Housed Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and Human Children (Homo sapiens) [32]

15. Favia, J.L., Guerra, A., James-Aldridge, V. Family Mediated Female Rank and Chimpanzee-Human Begging Interactions [40]

16. Chase, W.K., Marinus, L.M., Novak, M.A. A Behavioral Comparison of Male Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta) in Four Different Housing Conditions [30]

17. Zucker, E.L. Kaplan, J.R. Dominance and Parameters of Social Grooming by Adult Female Patas Monkeys (Erythrocebus patas) in Puerto Rico [133]

18. Mertl-Millhollen, A. Ringtailed Lemur (Lemur catta) Over-Marking as an Example of Resource Defense [77]

19. Mertl-Millhollen, A. Components of Scent Marking Behavior by Male Ringtailed Lemurs (Lemur catta) at Berenty Reserve, Madagascar [78]



20. Méndez-Cárdenas, M.G. Vocal Variation in Howler Monkeys (Alouatta) on Allopatric and Sympatric Populations and its Use for Phylogenic Analysis [75]

21. Fialho, M.S., Setz, E.Z.F.Brown Howler (Alouatta fusca) Feeding Ecology in Hillside and Coastal Forests in Southern Brazil [42]

22. Flaschka, M.J., Norconk, M.A. Analysis of Dietary Mineral Levels for White-Faced Sakis and Red Howler Monkeys from Guri, Venezuela [45]

23. Martinez-Mota, R., Serio-Silva, J.C. Interactions in a Fragment of Tropical Rain Forest of Los Tuxtlas, Mexico: A Dispersal Case Study among Howler Monkeys (Alouatta palliata mexicana), Amates (Ficus perforata) and ants (Azteca) [74]

24. Serio-Silva, J.C., Rico-Silver, V. Microclimatic Factors that Influence Seed Germination of Ficus perforata and Ficus lundelli (Urostigma) Dispersed by Alouatta palliata mexicana in Several Arboreal Strata (Conserved and Perturbed Habitats) [109]

25. Nekaris, K.A.I., Buzzell, C.A. How Cryptic is the Slender Loris (Loris tardigradus lydekkerianus)? [85]

26. Rizkalla, C.E., Savage, A., Giraldo, L.H., Soto, L.H., Garcia, F. Patterns of Sleeping Site Selection in Wild Cotton-Top Tamarins (Saguinus oedipus) [104]

27. Searcy, Y.M., Caine, N.G. Captive Geoffroy's Marmosets (Callithrix geoffroyi) React to Soaring Bird Models with Anti-Predator Behaviors [108]

28. Berman, C.M., Li, J. The Impact of Translocation and Management on Tibetan Monkeys (Macaca thibetana) in Anhui Province, China [15]

29. Mueller, T.M., Schillaci, M.A., Babo, R., Froehlich, J.W. Preliminary Survey of the Population and Habitat of the Tonkean Macaque (Macaca tonkeana) in Tanjung Api, Sulawesi, Indonesia [84]

30. Eniang, E.A. Confirmation of the Preuss Red Colobus in the Rainforest of Southeastern Nigeria [36]

7:00PM-9:00PM: ASP Executive Committee Meeting



Friday June 23

8:00AM-10:30AM: Session 9: Learning and Cognition, Part B (K.A. Bard, Chair) (Century Room)
8:00 Social Responses to Self-Image versus Reflections of Conspecifics in Male Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta). K.C. Baker [5]
8:15 The Use of Spatial Memory in Foraging by a Group of Captive Golden Lion Tamarins (Leontopithecus rosalia). L.R. Tarou and T.L. Maple [123]
8:30 Preferences for Conspecific and Heterospecific Faces: Effects of Inversion and Feature Re-Arrangement. M.L. Boccia and C. Pedersen [19]
8:45 The Use of a Puzzle Feeder Task to Assess Relationships between Cognition, Age, and Behavior in Young and Middle-Aged Female Cynomolgus Monkeys (Macaca fascicularis). R.C. Stavisky, M. Hook and S.J. Schapiro [117]
9:00 Cognitive Function in Aged Ovariectomized Female Rhesus Monkeys. A. Lacreuse, J.G. Herndon and M.B. Moss [67]
9:15 Observational and Experimental Studies of Hand Preferences in Captive Vervet Monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops). I. Phan and M. Jorgensen [93]
9:30 Simultaneous and Delayed Identity Matching-To-Sample: Acquisition and Transfer of Responding to Photographic Stimuli by Rhesus Monkeys (Macaca mulatta). S. Himmanen [53]
9:45 Object Manipulation and Tool Use in Sulawesi Crested Black Macaques. M.A. Babitz [3]
10:00 Cognitive Components of Plant Selection for Fur Rubbing in White-Faced Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus capucinus). M.E. Baker [6]
10:15 Can Concurrent Speed and Directness of Travel Indicate Locational Knowledge in the Free-Ranging Yellow Baboons (Papio hamadryas cynocephalus) of Ruaha National Park, Tanzania? S.T. Pochron [95]
9:00AM-11:00AM: Session 10-Symposium: Creating Employment Niches in 21st Century Primatology or Where Do We Go From Here? (S.M. Howell, L.E. Miller and J. Fritz, organizers) [S-1] (Canyon Room)
  Howell, S., Fritz, J. The Primate Foundation of Arizona Education Program: A Means to Creating a Niche in Primatology [S-2]
  Jazrawi, S.E. Postural Congruence in a Captive Group of Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) [S-3]
  Gupta, K.K. Primate Research and Conservation Education Opportunities in India [S-4]
  Kuhar, C. The Process of Conducting Graduate Research on Primates in Zoological Parks [S-5]
  Morris, J. B. The Role of Primatology Internships for Veterinary Students [S-6]
  Schwandt, M.L., Howell, S., Fritz, J. Applied Primatology in the Captive Environment: Science-Based Colony Management of Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) [S-7]
  Howell, S., Miller, L.E. and Fritz, J. Panel Discussion
8:00AM-10:30AM: Session 11-Symposium: Nonhuman Primate Behavioral Genetics (A. Bennett, T. Comuzzie, K.P. Lesch, J.C. Long and J. Rogers, organizers) [S-15] (Sugarloaf Room)
  Rogers, J. Comuzzie, A.G. Methods and Study Design Issues in the Behavioral Genetics of Nonhuman Primates [S-16]
  Lesch, K.P. Serotonin Transporter and Monoamine Oxidase A: Two Examples for the Candidate Gene Approach to Behavioral Traits [S-17]
  Long, J.C., Lorenz, J.G. Behavioral Genetic Analysis Using Complex Nonhuman Pedigrees [S-18]
11:00AM-12:00NOON Featured Speaker: David G. Amaral "The Role of the Amygdala in Primate Social Behavior" [I-2] (Flagstaff Room)
12:00NOON-1:00PM Lunch Break
ASP Board of Directors Meeting and Luncheon
1:00PM-3:15PM Session 12: Social Behavior, Part B (A. Weaver, Chair) (Flagstaff Room)
1:00 Reconciliation in Captive Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): A Re-Evaluation with Controlled Methods. S. Preuschoft, X. Wang, F. Aureli and F.B.M. de Waal [98]
1:15 Patterns of Conflict Intervention and the Control Role in Pigtail Macaque Society. J.C. Flack and F.B.M. de Waal [43]
1:30 Reconciliation Before and After the Introduction of a New Group Member in Drills (Mandrillus leucophaeus): Evidence for Social Partners as a Valuable Resource? T.S. Stoinski, D.L. Forthman and T.L. Maple [119]
1:45 Power, Rank, Dominance Style, and the Silent Bared-Teeth Display in Pigtail Macaque Society. J.C. Flack, S. Preuschoft, M.L. Gong and F.B.M. de Waal [44]
2:00 Mating in the Absence of Ovarian Activity following a Resident Male Turnover in a Wild Blue Monkey Group, Kakamega, Kenya. K. Pazol and T.E. Ziegler [90]
2:15 Male Demography, Female Mating Behavior, and Infanticide in Wild Patas Monkeys (Erythrocebus patas) in Laikipia, Kenya. K.L. Enstam, L.A. Isbell and T. de Maar [37]
2:30 Social Contexts of the "Arrawh" Call in White-Faced Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus capucinus). M.E. Baker [7]
2:45 The Effects of Social Habitat Implemented by Zoos on the Behavior of the Naturally Semi-Solitary Orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus). G.M. Beaver [11]
3:00 The Spacing System of the Slender Loris (Loris tardigradus lydekkerianus) and its Implications for Slender Loris Social Organization. K.A.I. Nekaris [86]
1:00PM-3:00PM: Session 13-Roundtable Discussion: Preparing for Life After Graduate School (L.E. Miller and ASP Education Committee, organizers) [R-2] (Canyon Room)
1:00PM-3:00PM: Session 14-Roundtable Discussion: Current Studies and Future Directions for Behavioral Genetics Research in Nonhuman Primate Populations (A.J. Bennett, organizer) [R-3] (Sugarloaf Room)
3:30PM-5:00PM ASP Business Meeting (Flagstaff Room)
5:00PM-7:00PM Session 15: POSTER SESSION II: Learning/Cognition; Physiology/Immunology; Endocrinology; Neuroscience/Pharmacology; Research Methods; Infant Development/Maternal Behavior; Demography/Population Studies; Human Evolution/Anatomy/Growth (Century Room)
  1. de Blois, S.T., Novak, M.A. Can Rhesus Monkeys (Macaca mulatta) Represent Simple Collision Events? [35]
  2. Minahan, M.F., Beran, M.J., Savage-Rumbaugh, E.S. Object Permanence in Bonobos (Pan paniscus) and Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) [82]
  3. Smith, K.M., Erwin, J. Comparison of Visual Orientation by Chimpanzees to Mirror Image versus Photographic Images (Pan troglodytes) [112]
  4. Henderson, J.A., Watson, S.L., Shively, C.A. A History of Oral Contraceptive Use Decreased Cognitive Function in Non-Human Primates [52]
  5. Shannon, C., Bennett, A.J., Champoux, M., Higley, S.B., Suomi, S.J., Higley, J.D. The Maternal Genetic Effects on CSF 5-HIAA in Infants Independent of Rearing Condition [110]
  6. Marinus, L.M., Chase, W.K., Novak, M.A. Self-Biting Behavior in Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta) is Preferentially Directed to Body Areas Associated with Acupuncture Analgesia [73]
  7. Austin, T.M., Van Heek, M., France, C.F., Cook, J.A., Strader, C.D., Parker, E.M. Body Composition and Metabolic Profiles of Rhesus Monkeys (Macaca mulatta) after Chronic Consumption of a High-Fat Western Diet [2]
  8. Bales, K.L., French, J.A., Dietz, J.M. Reproductive and Social Influences on Fecal Cortisol Levels in Wild and Reintroduced Female Golden Lion Tamarins [8]
  9. Register, T.C., Cline, J.M., Shively, C.A., O'Sullivan, M.G., Adams, M.R., Carlson, C.S., Zhang, L., Wagner, J.D., Lewis, C.E., Wilkinson, L.M. Differential Expression of Estrogen Receptor Alpha and Beta mRNA Transcripts in Non-Human Primate Tissues [101]
  10. Zumpe, D., Clancy, A.N., Michael, R.P. Progesterone in Male Cynomolgus Monkeys (Macaca fascicularis): Effects on Behavior and on the Brain Uptake of [3H]Testosterone and its Metabolites [134]
  11. Bard, K.A.Predicting Lateral Bias and Affect from Neonatal Measures in Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) [9]
  12. Lee, P.W.H., Gilissen, E., Simmons, R., Hakeem, A., Allman, J.M., Erwin, J.M., Hof, P.R. Relationships between Encephalization and Morphology of Specialized Classes of Pyramidal Neurons in Primates [69]
  13. Henderson, J.A., Shively, C.A. A History of Oral Contraceptive Treatment Decreased D1 Receptor Density in the Striatum of Non-Human Primates [51]
  14. Graham, T.A., Bennett, A.J., Lindell, S.G., DePetrillo, P.B., Higley, J.D. A Single Alcohol Exposure Changes Heart Rate Variability in Rhesus Monkeys [47]
  15. Wittenberg, K.M., Hurley, A.C., Bennett, A.J., Pushkas, J.G., Higley, J.D. Acute Alcohol Exposure Decreases Signal Complexity in Rhesus Monkeys (Macaca mulatta) [130]
  16. Young, J.E., Barnhardt, R.B., Green, H.L., Vivian, J.A., Shively, C.S., Grant, K.A. Drinking Characteristics of Monkeys that Result in Intoxication [132]
  Research Methods
  17. Clarke, M.R., Tremblay, A.M., Arden, D.H. Comparison of Observational Methods for Juvenile and Group Behavior in Mantled Howling Monkeys [31]
  18. Smith, M.A., Shively, C.A. Behavioral Trait Inventory Predicts Habituation to a Standardized Stimulus: A Potential Technique to Study Behavioral Responsiveness to Social Stress in Captive Cynomologus Macaques [113]
  19. Smucny, D.A., Bellino, F., Hayek, M., Ingram, D.K., Kemnitz, J., Kohama, S., Lee, D.R., Roberts, J., Robinson, J., Roth, G.S., Lane, M.A. A Multicentered, Comparative Database for Identifying and Developing Biomarkers of Aging in Nonhuman Primates [114]
  20. Tiefenbacher, S., Chase, W.K., Marinus, L.M., Novak, M.A., Meyer, J.S. Low-Dose Dexamethasone Suppression Test in Rhesus Monkeys Using Urinary Cortisol Excretion [125]
  Infant Development/ Maternal Behavior
  21. Spini, L. Growing Up in Different Environments: The Behavior of Juvenile Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) in the Budongo Forest Reserve (Uganda) and in the Chester Zoo (UK) [116]
  22. Hommer, R., Purple, M. Shannon, C., Champoux, M. Group Similarities and Individual Differences in the Responses of Infant Rhesus Macaques to a Novel Environment [55]
  23. Brent, L., Koban, T. The Baboon as a Model for the Study of Primate Maternal Behavior: Response to a Novel Procedure [24]
  24. Landon, K.E., Smith, K.M., Erwin, J. Breaking the Cycle of Hand-Rearing: A Successful Socialization Environment for Laboratory Patas Monkeys (Erythrocebus patas) [68]
  25. Buzzell, C.A., Brush, J.A.Ontogeny of Independence in Wild and Captive White-Faced Saki Monkeys (Pithecia pithecia) [27]
  26. Lindell, S.G., Maestripieri, D., Megna, N.L., Higley, J.D. CSF 5-HIAA and MHPG Predict Infant Abuse and Rejection by Rhesus Macaque Mothers [70]
  27. Champoux, M., Bennett, A., Lesch, K.P., Heils, A., Nielsen, D.A., Higley, J.D., Suomi, S.J. Serotonin Transporter Gene Polymorphism and Neurobehavioral Development in Rhesus Monkey Neonates [29]
  Demography/Population Studies
  28. Kyes, R.C., Iskandar, E., Daniel, J., Paputungan, U. Population Survey of the Sulawesi Black Macaques at Tangkoko Nature Reserve [66]
  29. Erwin, J., Landon, K., Smith, K. Aging Apes in America: A Strategy for Long-Term-Care that Promotes Individual Well-being and Advances Comparative Gerontology [38]
  Human Evolution/Anatomy/Growth
  30. Carosi, M., Gerald, M.S., Ulland, A.E., Suomi, S.J. Male-Like External Genitalia in Female Tufted Capuchins (Cebus apella) [28]

Saturday June 24

8:00AM-9:30AM Session 16: Infant Development and Maternal Behavior (G. Ruppenthal, Chair) (Flagstaff Room)
8:00 Maintenance of Proximity/Contact by Mothers and Infants among Captive Olive Baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis). V.K. Bentley-Condit [12]
8:15 Social Interactions of Adolescent Bonnet and Pigtail Macaques (Macaca radiata and Macaca nemestrina) are Related to Early Events. R.L. Richardson, W.L. MacCannell and M.L. Laudenslager [102]
8:30 Relationship Quality and the Development of Reconciliation in Captive Brown Capuchins (Cebus apella). A. Weaver and F.B.M. de Waal [127]
8:45 Mental Retardation in a Pigtailed Monkey with Trisomy 16. G.C. Ruppenthal, C.M. Moore, R.G. Best, G.P. Sackett [106]
9:00 Crying and Fussing in Infant Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): Do Apes Get Colic? K.A. Bard [10]
9:15 Transfer Patterns among Free-Ranging Infant Ringtailed Lemurs (Lemur catta) on St. Catherine's Island. A.L. Jolliffe and R.G. Lessnau [59]
8:00AM-9:30AM: Session 17: Neuroscience, Pharmacology, Physiology, Endocrinology and Immunology (K.L. Rasmussen, Chair) (Canyon Room)
8:00 Urinary Cortisol and Testosterone in Male Gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) Housed in Heterosexual and All-Male Groups. T.S. Stoinski, N. Czekala, K.E. Lukas and T.L. Maple [120]
8:15 Effects of Blood Sampling, Telazol® and Ketamine on Cortisol in Rhesus Monkeys (Macaca mulatta). K.L. Bentson, J.P. Capitanio and S.B. Mendoza [13]
8:30 The Effect of Habitat on Fecal Cortisol Concentrations in Squirrel Monkeys (Saimiri sciureus). S.R. Tecot [124]
8:45 Developmental Patterns of Viral Titers and Parasite Loads in Rhesus Macaques on Cayo, Santiago. K.L.R. Rasmussen, M.L. Laudenslager, A.A. Lilly, B.D. DeVinney, K. English, I. Turrio, N.H. Kalin, S.E.Shelton and S.J. Suomi [100]
9:00 Long Term Changes in Social Interaction with Chronic Moderate Alcohol Consumption. C.A. Shively, K.A. Grant and W.R. Johnson [111]
9:15 Test of Candidate Oxytocin Ligands in Rhesus Monkeys: Pharmacokinetics and PET Imaging Studies. M.L. Boccia, C. Pedersen and F. Wood [20]
8:00AM-11:00AM: Session 18: Ecology, Feeding, Nutrition, Demography, Anatomy and Growth (C. Grassi, Chair) (Sugarloaf Room)
8:00 Callimico goedlii: Understory Monkeys of Northern Bolivia. L.M. Porter [96]
8:15 Nutrient Composition and Distribution of Fungal Sporocarps Consumed by Goeldi's Monkeys in Northern Bolivia. A.M. Hanson and L.M. Porter [49]
8:30 Patterns of Interspecific Associations between Wild Golden-Headed Lion Tamarins and Sympatric Wied's Marmosets in Southern Bahia, Brazil. B.E. Raboy and J.M. Dietz [99]
8:45 Forest Structure and Sleeping Site Choice by a Wild White-Faced Saki Group (Pithecia pithecia). J.A. Brush [26]
9:00 Ecological and Social Influence on Female Reproduction in Langurs (Presbytis entellus). C. Borries and A. Koenig [22]
9:15 Germination Responses of Ficus (Urostigma) Seeds Ingested by Different Primate Species. Righini, N., Serio-Silva, J.C., Martinez-Mota, R., Bárrios-Espinosa, C. [103]
9:30 Factors Affecting Variation in Daily Food Intake by Wild Golden Lion Tamarins (Leontopithecus rosalia). K. Miller and J. Dietz [80]
9:45 The Sense of Taste in the Common Marmoset: Taste Fiber Type Determines Behavior. V. Danilova, T. Roberts and G. Hellenkant [34]
10:00 Colobus guereza and Exotic Plant Species in the Entebbe Botanical Gardens. K. Grimes and J.D. Paterson [48]
10:15 The Aligarh Rhesus Population: Forty Years of Change. C.H. Southwick and M.F. Siddiqi [115]
10:30 Number of Males and Infanticide: A Modeling Approach. A. Koenig and C. Borries [65]
10:45 Ecology, Brain Size and Life History Evolution. T.M. Mueller, H.S. Kaplan, S.W. Gangestad and J.B. Lancaster [83]
9:30AM-11:30AM: Session 19-Symposium: Gestural Communication in Primates (J. Wallis and J. Tanner, organizers) [S-8] (Flagstaff Room)
  Partan, S. Variability and Stereotypy of Facial Expressions in Rhesus Macaques [S-9]
  Wallis, J. Muzzle Wiping in Baboons: Intentional Communication or Nervous Twitch? [S-10]
  Tanner, J.E., Byrne, R.W. Iconic and Pointing Gestures in Zoo-Living Lowland Gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) [S-11]
  Call, J., Tomasello, M. Use and Comprehension of Gestures in Chimpanzees and Orangutans