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Student Prize Award Winners


The ASP Student Prize Awards are awarded annually by the Society's Education Committee for oral paper and poster paper presentations.
2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000
1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990
1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1982 1981 1980  
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Awards for 2009


Oral Paper Award

  • Anja Deppe "Predator recognition in wild brown mouse lemurs (Microcebus rufus): field experiments in Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar" Abstract

Poster Paper Award

  • Kira Delmore "Morphological characterization of a brown lemur hybrid zone (Eulemur rufifrons x E. cinereiceps) in southeastern Madagascar" Abstract

Honorable Mention -- Oral Paper Award (tie)

  • Adam Smith "Oxytocin and pairing selective sociosexual behavior and social preference in marmosets, Callithrix penicillata." Abstract
  • James Fuller "Kill the infants or not: variation in the occurrence of infanticide in wild blue monkeys" Abstract

Honorable Mention -- Poster Paper Award

  • Sharon Kessler "Do female, captive, gray mouse lemurs (Microcebus murinus) use male advertisement calls to recognize male paternal kin?" Abstract

Junior Primatologist

  • Fiona McCrossin "Siamang (Symphalangus syndactylus) social dynamics at the El Paso Zoo before and after the birth of a baby gibbon." Abstract

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Awards for 2008


Oral Paper Award

  • Stephanie Willard "Anterior hippocampal volume is reduced in behaviorally depressed female macaques living in social groups." Abstract

Poster Paper Award (tie)

  • Erin Sullivan "Consistency in behavioral responsiveness from infancy to adulthood." Abstract
  • Jessica Vandeleest "Offspring responses to mothers' resumption of estrus in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta)." Abstract

Honorable Mention -- Oral Paper Award

  • Amanda Dettmer "Long term HPA profile predicts object permanence performance in infant rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)." Abstract

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Awards for 2007


Oral Paper Award

  • Ina Rommeck "The effect of four nursery-rearing strategies on the emergence of self-directed behavior in laboratory-housed rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)." Abstract

Poster Paper Award

  • Shawn Kwatra "Proteomic analysis of ringtailed lemur scent gland secretions: glandular- and individual-specific protein profiles." Abstract

Honorable Mention -- Oral Paper Award

  • Johanna Hutchinson "Assessing the classification of immature life history stages in gorillas." Abstract

Honorable Mention -- Poster Paper Award (tie)

  • Laura Kurdziel "Picture recognition of food in brown capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella)." Abstract
  • Brandon Pearson "Salivary cortisol and self-directed behavioral responses to short-term crowding in hamadryas baboons (Papio hamadryas hamadryas)." Abstract

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Awards for 2006


Oral Paper Award

  • Katherine Hinde (UCLA) "Lactational performance in primiparous and multiparous rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)." Abstract

Poster Paper Award

  • Magdalena Muchlinski (University of Texas) "The anatomy of the infraorbital foramen:Implications for interpreting the ecology of extinct and extant primates." Abstract

Honorable Mention -- Oral Paper Award

  • Nga Nguyen (Princeton University) "Endocrine and social sources of variation in the mother-infant relationship in wild baboons in Amboseli, Kenya." Abstract

Honorable Mention -- Poster Paper Award

  • Carl Toborowsky (University of Missouri - St. Louis) "Ecology of the whitefronted brown lemur (Eulemur fulvus albifrons) in Betampona Natural Reserve, Madagascar." Abstract

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Awards for 2005


Oral Paper Award

  • COMPUTER TRAINING PROCEDURE AND SOFTWARE FOR USE WITH NONHUMAN PRIMATE INFANTS D. J. Mandell, S. E. Ward, G. P. Sackett Abstract

Poster Paper Award

  • LIVING IN FOREST FRAGMENTS REDUCES GROUP COHESION IN DIADEMED SIFAKAS (PROPITHECUS DIADEMA) IN EASTERN MADAGASCAR, BY REDUCING PATCH SIZE OF FOOD RESOURCES M. Irwin Abstract

Honorable Mention -- Oral Paper Award

  • PERFORMANCE OF RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA) ON A SCALE MODEL TASK B. J. Kelly, M. A. Novak Abstract

Honorable Mention -- Poster Paper Award

  • FUNCTIONAL VARIATION OF THE MACACA MULATTA CRH GENE IS ASSOCIATED WITH TEMPERAMENT AND REPRODUCTIVE OUTCOME R. L. Dvoskin, C. S. Barr, S. B. Higley, C. Shannon, S. G. Lindell, D. Goldman, J. D. Higley Abstract

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Awards for 2004


Oral Paper Award

  • THE OEDIPAL CONFLICT IN SAGUINUS OEDIPUS (THE COTTONTOP TAMARIN) A. J. Ginther, C. T. Snowdon Abstract

Poster Paper Award

  • INFANT TEMPERAMENT AND RESPONSE TO MATERNAL SEPARATION ARE ASSOCIATED WITH SEROTONIN GENOTYPE IN RHESUS MACAQUES G. M. Karere, E. L. Kinnally, L. A. Lyons, J. P. Capitanio Abstract

Honorable Mention -- Oral Paper Award

  • DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF STRESSORS ON THE HYPOTHALAMIC-PITUITARY-ADRENAL HORMONES CORTISOL AND DHEAS IN ADULT MALE RHESUS MACAQUES N. Maninger, J. P. Capitanio, S. A. Blozis, J. D. Ruys, S. P. Mendoza Abstract

Honorable Mention -- Poster Paper Award

  • DO ADULTS UNDERSTAND WHAT INFANTS KNOW ABOUT FOOD? FOOD TRANSFERS IN CAPTIVE COTTON-TOP TAMARINS (SAGUINUS OEDIPUS) S. M. Joyce, C. T. Snowdon Abstract

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Awards for 2003


Oral Paper Award

  • MALE MATE CHOICE IN RINGTAILED LEMURS (LEMUR CATTA): THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MALE MATING EFFORT AND FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE POTENTIAL J. A. Parga Abstract

Poster Paper Award

  • ORAL CONTRACEPTIVE TREATMENT ALTERED AGGRESSION AND THE SEROTONERGIC SYSTEM IN FEMALE CYNOMOLGUS MONKEYS. J. A. Henderson and C. A. Shively Abstract

Honorable Mention -- Oral Paper Award

  • DEVELOPMENT OF TERMITE-FISHING SKILLS IN THE GOMBE CHIMPANZEES. E. V. Lonsdorf Abstract

Honorable Mention -- Poster Paper Award

  • RECONCILIATION AND RELATIONSHIP STRENGTH AMONG CAPTIVE HAMADRYAS BABOONS (PAPIO HAMADRYAS HAMADRYAS). N. A. DeBolt and P. G. Judge Abstract

Honorable Mention -- Poster Paper Award

  • FEEDING ECOLOGY OF THE BLACK HOWLER MONKEY (ALOUATTA PIGRA) IN CALAKMUL, MEXICO. A. Rivera and S. Calmé El Colegio de la Frontera Sur Abstract

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Awards for 2002


Oral Paper Award

  • THE ALARM REACTIONS OF NEIGHBORING GROUPS HAVE LONG-TERM EFFECTS ON MARMOSETS. S. J. Hankerson, K. Short, K. Bachand, and N. G. Caine Abstract

Poster Paper Award

  • SOCIAL CONTEXT AFFECTS VOCAL STRUCTURE IN A CALLITRICHID PRIMATE (CALLITHRIX KUHLII). M. Rukstalis, J. E. Fite, and J. A. French Abstract

Honorable Mention -- Oral Paper Award

  • DIFFERENCES IN PERSONALITY AND NEUROENDOCRINE RESPONSES TO PHARMALOGICAL TREATMENT IN ADULT MALE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA). J. D. Ruys, J. P. Capitanio and S. P. Mendoza Abstract

Honorable Mention -- Poster Paper Award

  • WEAK RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN DOMINANCE AND FORAGING EFFICIENCY IN COLOMBIAN WOOLLY MONKEYS (LAGOTHRIX LAGOTHRICHA) AT TINIGUA PARK. P. R. Stevenson Abstract

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Awards for 2001


Oral Paper Award

  • A CONCEPT OF VALUE IN BROWN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA). Sarah Brosnan and F. de Waal Abstract

Poster Paper Award

  • GENETIC MOSAICS ACROSS TISSUES IN CALLITRICHIDS (CALLITHRIX KUHLII, BLACK-TUFTED EAR MARMOSETS). Corina Ross, G. Orti, and J. A. French Abstract

Honorable Mention

  • IMMIGRATION PATTERNS AND GROUP STABILITY IN WILD GOLDEN-HEADED LION TAMARINS IN SOUTHERN BAHIA, BRAZIL. Becky Raboy and J. Dietz Abstract

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Awards for 2000


Oral Paper Award

  • FACTORS AFFECTING VARIATION IN DAILY FOOD INTAKE BY WILD GOLDEN LION TAMARINS (LEONTOPITHECUS ROSALIA). Kimran Miller and J. Dietz Department of Biology, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742 Abstract

Poster Paper Award

  • CAPTIVE GEOFFROY'S MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX GEOFFROYI) REACT TO SOARING BIRD MODELS WITH ANTI-PREDATOR BEHAVIORS. Yvonne M. Searcy and N. G. Caine Department of Psychology, California State University, San Marcos, CA 92096, and the Center for Reproduction of Endangered Species, Zoological Society of San Diego, San Diego, CA 92112 Abstract

Honorable Mention

  • POSTURAL CONGRUENCE IN A CAPTIVE GROUP OF CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES). Sarah E. Jazrawi Department of Anthropology, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2N 1N4 Abstract

  • EARLY EXPERIENCE WITH ATYPICAL PEERS: A MACAQUE MODEL OF MAINSTREAMING.
    Tristan M. Nicholson1,3, J. S. Lockard1,2,3 and J. C. Ha1,2
    1 Infant Primate Research Laboratory, University of Washington, Box 357920, Seattle, WA 98195
    2 Department of Psychology, University of Washington
    3 Department of Anthropology, University of Washington Abstract

  • CALLIMICO GOELDII: UNDERSTORY MONKEYS OF NORTHERN BOLIVIA. Leila M. Porter Interdepartmental Doctoral Program in Anthropological Sciences, Department of Anthropology, State University of New York, Stony Brook, NY 11794 Abstract

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Awards for 1999


Oral Paper Award

  • FUR RUBBING BEHAVIOR IN FREE-RANGING BLACK HANDED SPIDER MONKEYS (ATELES GEOFFROYI) IN PANAMA. C. J. Campbell Department of Anthropology, 232 Kroeber Hall, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720 Abstract

Honorable Mention

  • A NEW "FOUNDER EFFECT" - ESTABLISHMENT OF DOMINANCE IN WILD GOLDEN LION TAMARIN GROUPS. Karen Bales and James M. Dietz Department of Biology, University of Maryland, 1204 Biology-Psychology Building, College Park, MD 20742. Abstract

  • AN EVOLUTIONARY PERSPECTIVE ON DENTAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE SIAMANG (SYMPALANGUS SYNDACTYLUS) FROM HISTOLOGY AND RADIOGRAPHY. Wendy Dirks Dept. of Anthropology, New York University, 25 Waverly Place, New York, NY 10003. Abstract

Poster Paper Award

  • THE IMPACT OF INFANT CARE ON SLEEP IN MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX KUHLII): IS LESS OR DISRUPTED SLEEP AN ADDITIONAL COST OF PROVIDING CARE TO INFANTS? J. E. Fite and J. A. French Nebraska Behavioral Biology Group, Department of Psychology, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE 68182-0274. Abstract

Honorable Mention

  • A NOVEL METHOD FOR MEASURING ANIMAL COLORATION. Melissa S. Gerald1,2, John Bernstein3 and Roystone Hinkson3. 1Department of Anthropology, University of California, Los Angeles, CA 90095, 2Barbados Primate Research Center and Wildlife Reserve (BPRC & WR), Farley Hill, St. Peter, Barbados, West Indies, 3University of West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados, West Indies. Abstract

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Awards for 1998


Oral Paper Award

  • SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND SEXUAL MOTIVATION ACROSS THE REPRODUCTIVE CYCLE IN TITI MONKEYS (CALLICEBUS MOLOCH): CONCEALMENT OR COMMUNICATION OF OVULATION? D.M. Reeder(1,2), S.P. Mendoza(1,2), and W.A. Mason(2). (1)Department of Psychology, and (2)California Regional Primate Research Center, University of California, One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA 95616. Abstract

Poster Paper Award

  • SOCIAL EFFECTS ON ANOINTING BEHAVIOR IN CAPUCHINS (CEBUS APELLA). Tina M. Gilbert, David A. Brown, and Sarah T. Boysen. Department of Psychology, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43210. Abstract

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Awards for 1997


Oral Paper Awards

  • INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ENERGY BALANCE, HORMONAL PATTERNS AND MATING BEHAVIOR IN WILD BORNEAN ORANGUTANS (PONGO PYGMAEUS). C.D. Knott. Department of Anthropology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138. Abstract
  • THE DEVELOPMENT OF RECONCILIATION IN TUFTED CAPUCHINS, CEBUS APELLA. Ann Ch.F. Weaver and Frans B.M. de Waal. Yerkes Regional Primate Research Center, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 30322. Abstract

Poster Paper Award

  • FEEDING PARTY DYNAMICS IN RESPONSE TO FOOD AVAILABILITY IN WHITE-FACED SAKIS OF LAGO DURI, VENEZUELA. A.L. Harrison and M.A. Norconk. Department of Anthropology, Kent State University, Kent, OH 44242. Abstract

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Awards for 1996


Oral Paper Awards

  • FUNCTIONAL HEMISPHERIC LATERALIZATION IN THE COMMON MARMOSET (Callithrix jacchus). M.A. Hook-Costigan and L.J. Rogers. Department of Physiology, University of New England, Armidale, N.S.W. Australia, 2351. Abstract

Honorable Mention

  • A PRELIMINARY REPORT ON FACE RECOGNITION IN CHIMPANZEES (Pan troglodytes). L.A. Parr(1,3), W.D. Hopkins(2,3) and F.B.M. de Waal(3). (1)Department of Psycology, Emory University, Atlanta, GA 30322, (2)Berry College, Rome, GA 30149, and (3)Yerkes Regional Primate Research Center, 954 N. Gatewood Rd., Atlanta, GA 30329, U.S.A. Abstract

Poster Paper Awards

  • CONSERVATION STATUS OF THE SLENDER LORIS IN KALAKKAD-MUNDANTHURAI TIGER RESERVE, INDIA. K. Kar Gupta. Wildlife Institute of India, P.O. Box 18, Dehradun 248 001, India. Abstract

  • THE TREATMENT OF SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOR IN RHESUS MONKEYS USING A SEROTONIN ENHANCING AGENT. K.P. Weld, J.A. Mench, and R.A. Woodward. National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Laboratory of Comparative Ethology, Poolesville, MD 20837, U.S.A. Abstract

Honorable Mention

  • THE FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY OF THE FORELIMB IN Callimico goeldii AND Leontopithecus rosalia: A STUDY USING KINEMATIC AND MORPHOLOGICAL DATA. G.P. Aronsen and W.C. Hartwig. Department of Anthropology, George Washington University, Washington, D.C. 20052, U.S.A. Abstract

  • THERMOREGULATORY BEHAVIOR IN A SEXUALLY DICHROMATIC NEOTROPICAL PRIMATE. THE BLACK HOWLER MONKEY (Alouatta caraya). J.C. Bicca-Marques and C. Calegaro-Marques. Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL 61801, U.S.A. Abstract

  • REARING CONDITION AND PLASMA CORTISOL IN RHESUS MONKEY INFANTS. C. Shannon and S. Higley. LCE, NICHD, Poolesville, MD 20837, U.S.A. Abstract

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Awards for 1995


Oral Paper Awards

  • EFFECTS OF FAMILIARITY AND CONTEXT ON INTERACTIONS BETWEEN HETEROSEXUAL PAIRS OF TITI MONKEYS (Callicebus moloch). E. Fernandez-Duque, W.A. Mason and C.R. Valeggia. California Regional Primate Research Center and Animal Behavior Group, University of California, Davis, CA 95616. Abstract

  • REDTAIL MONKEYS AND STRYCHNOS MITIS: A PLANT-ANIMAL INTERACTION IN THE KIBALE FOREST, UGANDA. J. Lambert. Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL 61801. Abstract

Poster Paper Awards

  • CARDIOVASCULAR AND NEUROENDOCRINE RESPONSES TO CHASES AND FOOD ANTICIPATION IN BABOONS: A STUDY INVOLVING TELEMETRY AND REMOTE CONTROL BLOOD DRAWS. K.L. Bentson(1), C.A. Astley(1), F.P. Miles(1), D.S. Goldstein(2), C. Holmes(2), and O.A. Smith(1). (1)Regional Primate Research Center, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195, and (2)National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD 20892. Abstract

  • INTRAGROUP SPACING AND AGONISTIC INTERACTIONS IN WHITE-FACED SAKIS. T.M. Gleason and M.A. Norconk. Department of Anthropology, Kent State University, Kent OH 44242. Abstract

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Awards for 1994


Oral Paper Awards

  • SURVEY OF HUMBOLDT'S BLACK HEAD UAKARI IN SOUTHERN AMAZONAS, VENEZUELA. S. M. Lehman.

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Awards for 1993


Oral Paper Awards

  • CAUSES, RISKS, AND CONSEQUENCES OF DISPERSAL IN MALE SAVANNAH BABOONS. Susan Alberts . University of Chicago.

  • THE EFFECTS OF SOCIALITY ON THE DEMOGRAPHY AND GENETIC STRUCTURE OF TWO LEMUR SPECIES Adina Mereniender. Stanford University.

Poster Paper Award

  • ANALYSIS OF OBJECT CONCEPT DATA: AN ARGUMENT FOR TIERED PERFORMANCE CURVES Cristy Kimpo. University of Washington.

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Awards for 1992


Oral Paper Award

  • ADULT MALE INTERACTIONS WITH IMMATURES IN FREE-RANGING RHESUS MONKEYS. Elizabeth St. Andre. Emory Universiity.

Poster Paper Award

  • THE EFFECTS OF MODERATE CALORIC RESTRICTION ON BODY COMPOSITION AND OXYGEN CONSUMPTION IN RHESUS MONKEYS. Tami Wolden-Hanson. University of Wisconsin.

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Awards for 1991


Oral Paper Awards

  • THE INFLUENCE OF RESOURCE DISPERSION ON GROUP SIZE AMONG WEDGE-CAPPED CAPUCHINS. Lynne Miller. University of California, Davis.

  • INTERLEUKIN-1 IN RHESUS MACAQUES: SOME PRELIMINARY FINDINGS. Elliott Friedman. University of Wisconsin.

Poster Paper Awards

  • FACTORS AFFECTING THE FOOD CALLS OF RED-BELLIED TAMARINS. Rebecca Addington. Bucknell University.

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Awards for 1990


Oral Paper Awards

  • COLOR DISCRIMINATION AND COLOR REVERSAL ACQUISITION IN GROUP-LIVING RHESUS MONKEYS C. Drea. Emory University.

  • DIFFERENTIAL TOLERANCE ACROSS RANK GROUPS DURING SOCIAL FEEDING IN A CAPTIVE GROUP OF RHESUS MONKEYS M. Libet. University of California, Davis.

Poster Paper Awards

  • AN EXPERIMENTAL TEST OF DISPERSAL CHOICES IN (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS). Leslie Digby. University of California, Davis.

  • CHANGES IN THE INTERFEMALE SOCIAL BEHAVIOR OF MACACA FASCICULARIS OVER THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE. T. Justice. Wake Forest University.

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Awards for 1989


Oral Paper Awards

  • SEXUAL DIMORPHISM IN BODY SIZE AMONG PROSIMIAN PRIMATES. Peter Kappeler. Duke University.

  • SOCIAL DYNAMICS OF SEQUENTIAL GROUP FORMATION AMONG FEMALE SQUIRREL MONKEYS. Wendy Saltzman. University of California, Davis.

Poster Paper Award

  • IDENTIFICATION OF MULTIPLE FORMS OF PROLACTIN AND GROWTH HORMONE IN THE SQUIRREL MONKEY PITUITARY GLAND. Robin von Haven. University of South Alabama.

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Awards for 1988


Oral Paper Award

  • PROXIMITY RELATIONS DURING RHESUS MACAQUE MATING CONSORTS. Thomas Ruehlmann. University of Georgia.

Poster Paper Awards

  • REGULATION OF SERUM PROLACTIN LEVELS LEVELS IN THE UNANESTHETIZED SQUIRREL MONKEY. Marilyn Thompson. University of South Alabama.

  • THE USE OF SENTINELS BY CAPTIVE RED-BELLIED TAMARINS. Janet Zullo. Bucknell University.

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Awards for 1987


Oral Paper Awards

  • AN ANALYSIS OF FEEDING ENRICHMENT FOR CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES. Mollie Bloomstrand. Georgia Institute of Technology.

  • BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT OF WILD YELLOW BABOONS. Lauren Marra-Wasser. University of Washington.

Poster Paper Award

  • DIFFERENT FEEDING METHODS ALTER THE SOCIAL BEHAVIOR OF CAPTIVE SQUIRREL MONKEYS. Michele Goldsmith. Bucknell University.

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Awards for 1986


Oral Paper Award

  • EFFECTS OF ACUTE TESTOSTERONE SUPPRESSION ON MALE RHESUS SEXUAL BEHAVIOR IN A SOCIAL GROUP. Maryann Davis-DaSilva. Emory University.

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Awards for 1985


Oral Paper Awards

  • PATTERNS OF EPIPHYSEAL FUSION IN CAGED AND FREE-RANGING RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA). M. Knesivic. University of Puerto Rico.

  • MATERNAL MAINTENANCE ACTIVITIES AND THEIR INFLUENCE UPON MOTHER-INFANT RELATIONS AMONG RHESUS MONKEYS IN INDIA AND NEPAL. R. Johnson. University of Colorado.

Poster Paper Award

  • VIGILANCE WHILE FORAGING IN CAPTIVE GROUPS OF TAMARINS (SAGUINUS LABIATUS) AND SQUIRREL MONKEYS (SAMIRI SPP.). S. Marra. Bucknell University.

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Awards for 1984


Oral Paper Awards

  • MIRROR RESPONSES IN A JAPANESE MACAQUE TROOP (ARASHIYAMA WEST) Meredith Platt. Hunter College.

  • DIAGNOSIS OF PREGNANCY IN AOTUS MONKEYS: HEMAGGLUTINATION INHIBITION TEST FOR URINARY CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN Ann L. Huber. University of Missouri.

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Awards for 1982


Oral Paper Awards

  • PEER SEPARATION IN YOUNG CHIMPANZEES. Kim Bard. Emory University.

  • CRYOPRESERVATION OF SQUIRREL MONKEY (SAIMIRI SCIUREUS) OOCYTES. Francesco DeMayo. Michigan State University.

  • JUVENILE-ADULT FEMALE ASSOCIATION PATTERNS IN WILD TOQUE MONKEYS (MACACA SINICA) IN RELATION TO AGE, KINSHIP AND DOMINANCE RANK Ann Baker Dittus. University of Maryland.

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Awards for 1981


Oral Paper Awards

  • REMINISCENCE: AN EXAMINATION OVER SHORT TIME INTERVALS. Catherine Cook. Washington State University.

  • INFLUENCES OF ARTIFICIALLY RECEPTIVE FEMALES ON SEXUAL BEHAVIOR OF A CAPTIVE GROUP OF RHESUS MONKEYS OUTSIDE THE BREEDING SEASON. Maria del Carmen Ruiz de Elvira. Emory University.

  • FEMALES WITHOUT INFANTS; MATING STRATEGIES IN TWO GROUPS OF CAPTIVE MACAQUES. Meredith Small. University of California, Davis.

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Awards for 1980


Oral Paper Awards

  • GENETIC VARIATION IN A POPULATION OF RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA) IN NORTHERN PAKISTAN. Don J. Melnick. Yale University.

  • ALLOMETRY OF PRIMATE HAIR AND THE EVOLUTION OF HAIRLESSNESS IN MAN. Gary G. Schwartz. Downstate Medical Center.
Revised: 3 July 2009

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