The Twenty-sixth ASP Meeting Scientific Program

  Tuesday, July 29, 2003 : Pre-Conference
  09:00 AM-04:00 PM: Session 1: ALL ABOUT PRIMATES! A WORKSHOP FOR K-12 TEACHERS (SPONSORED BY THE ASP EDUCATION COMMITTEE AND THE CALGARY ZOO): Susan Howell, Organizer (Calgary Zoo)
Pre-Conference Workshop  [1]
  Wednesday, July 30, 2003 : Day One
  09:00 AM-12:00 PM: ALL ABOUT PRIMATES! A WORKSHOP FOR K-12 TEACHERS (SPONSORED BY THE ASP EDUCATION COMMITTEE AND THE CALGARY ZOO): Susan Howell, Organizer (Calgary Zoo)
Pre-Conference Workshop  [2]
  09:00 AM-12:00 PM: Session 2: Managing Behavioral Health and Environmental Enrichment of Laboratory Primates: Jim Weed, Kate Baker, & Carolyn Crockett, Organizers (Science Theatres 129)
Pre-Conference Workshop  [3]
  11:00 AM-06:00 PM: Conference Registration (Science Theatres Foyer)
  11:00 AM-06:00 PM: Exhibit and Silent Auction Set-up (Science Theatres TBA)
  01:00 PM-04:00 PM: Membership and Finance (Science Theatres 131)
Committee Meeting
  01:00 PM-05:00 PM: Research and Development (Science Theatres 129)
  01:00 PM-05:00 PM: Conservation (Science Theatres 133)
Committee Meeting
  01:00 PM-05:00 PM: Awards and Recognition (Science Theatres 141)
Committee Meeting
  02:00 PM-05:00 PM: Program Committee (Science Theatres 135)
Committee Meeting
  02:00 PM-05:00 PM: Publications (Science Theatres 143)
Committee Meeting
  03:00 PM-05:00 PM: Education (Science Theatres 147)
Committee Meeting
  07:00 PM-09:00 PM: Opening Reception (Alberta Room West)
  Thursday, July 31, 2003 : Day Two
  06:30 AM-08:00 AM: Past President's Breakfast (Science Theatres TBA)
  07:00 AM-08:30 AM: Breakfast (Lot 21)
  08:00 AM-08:30 AM: Opening Remarks (Science Theatres 148)
Marilyn Norconk, ASP Program Chair; James Paterson, ASP Local Hosts' Chair; University of Calgary President: Harvey P. Weingarten, UC Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Steven J. Randall; Jeffrey French, ASP President.
  08:30 AM-09:30 AM: RESTORING MONKEYS TO TROPICAL HABITATS: LESSONS FROM A COSTA RICAN DRY FOREST: Linda M. Fedigan (Science Theatres 148)
2003 ASP Keynote Address  [4]
  09:30 AM-09:45 AM: Break (Science Theatres Foyer)
  09:45 AM-12:00 PM: Session 3: Contributed Papers: Infant Development; Carol Berman, Moderator (Science Theatres 141)
  09:45 AM Infant Baboon (Papio anubis) Behavioral Sex Differences (Ages 1-2 Weeks)

V. K. Bentley-Condit[5]
  10:00 AM MOTHER-INFANT INTERACTIONS AND BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT OUTCOME DIFFERENCES IN PRETERM AND AT-TERM INFANT BABOONS

S. Ramirez, M. Bardi, M. Bode, L. Brent[6]
  10:15 AM INDIVIDUAL VARIATION IN BABOON MATERNAL BEHAVIOR IS INFLUENCED BY GENETIC VARIATION

L. Brent, A. G. Comuzzie, T. Koban, M. Foley, J. Rogers[7]
  10:30 AM A COMPARATIVE APPROACH TO ASSESS CHANGES IN THE PERIPARTUM SEX STEROID PROFILES AND MATERNAL BEHAVIORAL PROPENSITIES IN MACAQUES

M. Bardi, K. Shimizu, G. M. Barrett, S. M. Borgognini-Tarli, M. A. Huffman[8]
  10:45 AM Social play among male free-ranging rhesus monkey infants: Is it always fun and games?

J. J. Warfield[9]
  11:00 AM How does paternal influence affect infant sociality and response to stress in rhesus macaques (M. mulatta)?

M. L. Becker, M. L. Schwandt, S. G. Lindell, C. S. Barr, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[10]
  11:15 AM SOCIAL REARING CONDITIONS AND LATER MATERNAL PERFORMANCE OF PRIMIPAROUS CHIMPANZEES

M. A. Bloomsmith, K. C. Baker, S. R. Ross, S. P. Lambeth, L. Brent, E. Toback[11]
  11:30 AM EARLY REARING AND THE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT OF CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES: INTERACTIONS WITH SOCIAL PARTNERS

S. R. Ross, M. A. Bloomsmith, S. P. Lambeth[12]
  11:45 AM Demographic analysis of the Squirrel Monkey Breeding and Research Resource Colony, 1982-2002

L. Williams, C. Abee[13]
  09:45 AM-11:45 AM: Session 4: Contributed Papers: Ecology; Shawn Lehman, Moderator (Science Theatres 143)
  09:45 AM ARE LION TAMARINS A GOOD MODEL FOR THE TRIVERS-WILLARD HYPOTHESIS?

K. L. Bales, M. M. O'Herron, A. J. Baker, J. M. Dietz[14]
  10:00 AM PREDATOR INFLUENCE ON GOLDEN LION TAMARIN NEST CHOICE AND PRESLEEP BEHAVIOR

S. P. Franklin, K. E. Miller, A. J. Baker, J. M. Dietz[15]
  10:15 AM DIET, FORAGING, AND USE OF SPACE IN WILD GOLDEN-HEADED LION TAMARINS

B. E. Raboy, J. M. Dietz[16]
  10:30 AM Fruit productivity, not DBH, correlates with time spent feeding by wild golden lion tamarins (LEONTOPITHECUS ROSALIA)

K. E. Miller, J. M. Dietz[17]
  10:45 AM Fission-Fusion in Eulemur fulvus rufus in southeastern Madagascar

D. J. Overdorff, E. M. Erhart, T. Mutschler[18]
  11:00 AM Food Choice by Free-ranging Lemurs

L. Taylor, A. Baden[19]
  11:15 AM THE ROLE OF FOOD PATCHES IN PRIMATE SOCIOECOLOGY: A MONKEY’S EYE VIEW

E. R. Vogel, C. H. Janson[20]
  11:30 AM DIFFERENTIAL LEVELS OF PLASTICITY IN CERCOPITHECOID PRIMATES

J. Kamilar[21]
  10:00 AM-12:00 PM: Poster Set-up (The "Pit", Science Theatres)
  12:00 PM-01:30 PM: Lunch (South Lawn of MacEwan Student Centre)
  01:30 PM-02:30 PM: EARLY PREGNANCY: SUCCESSES AND FAILURES: Andrew G. Hendrickx (Science Theatres 148)
ASP Distinguished Primatologist, 2002  [22]
  02:30 PM-02:45 PM: Break (Science Theatres Foyer)
  02:45 PM-05:15 PM: Session 5: Contributed Papers: Learning, Cognition and Language; Michael Owren, Moderator (Science Theatres 141)
  02:45 PM VOCALIZING AT THE EDGE: NONLINEAR ACOUSTICS IN PANT HOOTS OF COMMON CHIMPANZEES (Pan troglodytes)

M. J. Owren, T. Riede, A. Arcadi[23]
  03:00 PM A chimpanzee's recall and reporting of multiple hidden objects

C. R. Menzel, M. J. Beran, J. W. Kelley, I. C. Sanchez[24]
  03:15 PM Hand preferences on a tool-using task in a large sample of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)

W. D. Hopkins, S. N. Braccini, M. A. Hook, S. J. Schapiro[25]
  03:30 PM THE ROLE OF MEMORY IN AN OBJECT PERMANANCE TASK IN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)

C. R. Rosengart, D. M. Fragaszy[26]
  03:45 PM TOOL USE IN JUVENILE RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca mulatta)

C. M. Veino, M. A. Novak[27]
  04:00 PM LEARNING SET PERFORMANCE OF INFANT RHESUS MONKEYS (M. mulatta) PRODUCED BY ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY (ART)

G. Sackett, G. Ruppenthal, L. Hewiston, C. Simerly, G. Schatten[28]
  04:15 PM Captive rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) search behavior on a vertical invisible displacement task

P. A. Klitzing, B. M. Kaufman, A. L. Pouliot, M. A. Novak[29]
  04:30 PM AGE-RELATED DIFFERENCES IN PERFORMING SUMMATION OPERATIONS IN WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLAS (Gorilla Gorilla Gorilla)

U. S. Anderson, T. L. Maple, M. A. Bloomsmith, M. J. Marr, A. D. Smith, T. Stoinski[30]
  04:45 PM EXTINCTION DEFICITS IN MALE RHESUS MACAQUES WITH A HISTORY OF SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOR

C. K. Lutz, A. L. Pouliot, B. M. Kaufman, M. D. Davenport, S. Tiefenbacher, J. S. Meyer, M. A. Novak[31]
  05:00 PM Development of termite-fishing skills in the Gombe chimpanzees.

E. V. Lonsdorf[216]
  02:45 PM-05:00 PM: Session 6: Graduate Student Invited Symposium on Primate Sexual Selection - Current Research: Joyce A. Parga, Symposium Organizer and Moderator (Science Theatres 143)  [555]
  02:45 PM MALE MATE CHOICE IN RINGTAILED LEMURS (Lemur catta): THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MALE MATING EFFORT AND FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE POTENTIAL

J. A. Parga[32]
  03:00 PM MALE SLENDER LORISES: ARE THEY POLYGYNOUS OR MONOGAMOUS?

K. Kar-Gupta[33]
  03:15 PM EVIDENCE FROM RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca mulatta) SUGGESTS COLORATION MAY PLAY A ROLE IN PRIMATE MATE CHOICE

C. Waitt, A. C. Little[34]
  03:30 PM Bimorphism in male Verreaux’s sifaka (Propithecus verreauxi verreauxi): chest status as an honest signal of male quality?

R. J. Lewis[35]
  03:45 PM EVALUATING THE EFFECTS OF SEXUAL SELECTION ON SEXUAL SIZE DIMORPHISM IN OLIVE BABOONS (Papio anubis) AND MACAQUES (Macaca SP.) USING AN ITERATIVE SELECTION MODEL.

A. D. Gordon[36]
  04:00 PM SIGNAL CONTENT AND FUNCTION IN THE LONG CALLS OF WILD MALE ORANGUTANS (Pongo pygmaeus)

R. Delgado[37]
  04:15 PM Discussion
  05:00 PM-07:00 PM: Executive Committee Meeting (Science Theatres TBA)
  07:00 PM-09:30 PM: Session 7: University of Calgary Poster Session and Contributed Posters. Session Chair: Mary Pavelka. (The "Pit", Science Theatres)
          Colony Management/Enrichment
  ACCOMODATIONS IN LABORATORY HUSBANDRY TO MEET SPECIFIC NEEDS OF OWL MONKEYS (Aotus spp.)

S. V. Gibson, B. Naylor, G. Tustin[79]
  Sniffing their Way Around: Observations on Captive Owl Monkeys

C. M. Chambers, S. Evans[80]
  USE OF SPACE, CAGE FEATURES, AND MANIPULABLE OBJECTS BY LABORATORY PRIMATES: INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES AND SPECIES VARIABILITY

K. Smith, M. St. Claire, R. Byrum, S. Harbaugh, J. Harbaugh, J. Erwin[81]
  A RAPID HOME CAGE PROCEDURE FOR ASSESSING INDIVIDUAL, SPECIES, AND SEX DIFFERENCES IN BEHAVIORAL REACTIVITY OF MONKEYS

K. L. Bentson, C. M. Crockett, J. C. Ha[82]
  USING POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT TRAINING TECHNIQUES TO FACILITATE THE COLLECTION OF SEMEN IN CHIMPANZEES (Pan troglodytes).

J. E. Perlman, T. R. Bowsher, S. N. Braccini, T. J. Kuehl, S. J. Schapiro[83]
  MACRO- AND MICRO-NUTRIENT CONTENT OF THE DIET OF SOCIALLY-HOUSED CHIMPANZEES (Pan troglodytes) AT THE PRIMATE FOUNDATION OF ARIZONA

R. Callahan, C. Scarry, S. Howell, M. Schwandt, J. Fritz[84]
  ‘NESTING’ OR BED-BUILDING IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

E. Videan, W. C. McGrew[85]
  SEX DIFFERENCES IN ACTIVITY LEVELS AMONG CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (Pan troglodytes)

C. Scarry, R. Callahan, S. Howell, M. Schwandt, J. Fritz[86]
  USE OF SPACE AND MANIPULABLE OBJECTS IN CHIMPANZEES: INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN RESPONSE TO ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT

K. Smith, T. Tobery, J. Erwin[87]
  THE EFFECT OF FOUR ENRICHMENT CONDITIONS ON ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR IN SEVEN SINGLY CAGED BABOONS (Papio hamadryas anubis)

S. Bourgeois, L. Brent[88]
  Space-Use by a Captive Group of Juvenile Olive Baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis)

D. Hartley[89]
  Effects of Cage Mounted Enrichment on Behavior of a Group of Juvenile Baboons (Papio anubis)

J. Mikels, J. Wallis[90]
  THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GROUP DENSITY AND BEHAVIOR IN GROUP-HOUSED RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca mulatta)

A. Maier, J. L. McMillan, S. Poerstel, K. Coleman[91]
  SUCCESSFUL INTRODUCTIONS OF Macaca nemestrina INFANTS TO THEIR MOTHERS FOLLOWING CESAREAN DELIVERY

R. U. Bellanca, D. R. Koberstein[92]
  Pair- and Singly-housed Adult Male M. fascicularis' Behavioral Response to Varying Video Tape Subject Matter

L. Watson[93]
          Conservation
  PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF THE FOREST FRAGMENTS IN MASINDI DISTRICT, UGANDA

T. Weldon, J. Wallis[54]
  GREAT APES LIVING IN UNESCO'S BIOSPHERE RESERVES

L. Spini, S. Mankoto Ma Mbaelele, P. Bridgewater[55]
          Demography/Population Studies
  A DEMOGRAPHIC COMPARISON OF WILD CHIMPANZEES FROM GOMBE AND A MANAGED POPULATION FROM NORTH AMERICAN ZOOS

J. M. Earnhardt, S. R. Ross, E. V. Lonsdorf, A. E. Pusey[56]
  DEMOGRAPHY IN A GROUP OF WOOLLY MONKEYS, Lagothrix lagotricha, AT LA MACARENA, COLOMBIA

A. Nishimura[57]
  SOCIAL ORGANIZATION AND DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE IN PHAYRE'S LEAF MONKEYS

C. Borries, E. Larney, A. M. Derby, A. Koenig[58]
  THE PRIMATE COMMUNITY OF PHU KHIEO WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, NORTHEAST THAILAND

A. Koenig, E. Larney, K. Kreetiyutanont, C. Borries[59]
  DISTRIBUTION AND CONSERVATION STATUS OF WILD PRIMATES IN THE YUCATÁN PENINSULA

J. Serio-Silva, v. Rico-Gray, G. Ramos-Fernandez[60]
  LOCOMOTION AND FEEDING ON THE GROUND BY BLACK HOWLER MONKEYS (Alouatta pigra) IN A VERY FRAGMENTED HABITAT OF RANCHERIA LEONA VICARIO, BALANCAN TABASCO, MEXICO

G. Pozo-Montuy, J. C. Serio-Silva[61]
          Ecology
  SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND ORGANIZATION OF COMMON SQUIRREL MONKEYS (Saimiri sciureus): CAPTIVE VS. NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS

P. Barnes, J. Paterson[39]
  SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT IN A CAPTIVE TROOP OF WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLAS (Gorilla gorilla gorilla)

C. Sendall, A. Melin, J. Paterson[40]
  EVALUATING SOCIAL INFLUENCES ON FOOD PROCESSING BEHAVIOR IN WHITE-FACED CAPUCHINS (Cebus capucinus)

R. C. O'Malley, L. M. Fedigan[41]
  DIET AND ACTIVITY IN CENTRAL AMERICAN BLACK HOWLERS (Alouatta pigra) IN MONKEY RIVER, BELIZE

M. Pavelka, K. Knopff[42]
  THE EFFECT OF GROUP SIZE AND FOOD ABUNDANCE ON CONTEST AND SCRAMBLE COMPETITION IN Alouatta palliata

F. LaRose[43]
  HORMONAL AND BEHAVIORAL EVIDENCE OF NON-CONCEPTIVE MATING IN WILD FEMALE WHITE-FACED CAPUCHINS (Cebus capucinus), SANTA ROSA NATIONAL PARK, COSTA RICA

S. D. Carnegie, L. M. Fedigan, T. E. Ziegler[44]
  FUNCTION AND MECHANISMS OF ALARM CALLS, LOST CALLS AND CONTACT CALLS IN WHITE-FACED CAPUCHINS

S. Digweed, L. M. Fedigan[45]
  THE EFFECTS OF FOREST FRAGMENT SIZE AND ISOLATION ON MONKEY DENSITY IN A COSTA RICAN TROPICAL DRY FOREST

H. DeGama-Blanchet, L. M. Fedigan[46]
  USING GIS (ARCVIEW) TO CALCULATE HOME RANGE FOR BELIZEAN HOWLER MONKEYS BEFORE AND AFTER A MAJOR HABITAT DISTURBANCE

T. Wyman, M. Pavelka[47]
  THE EFFECT OF HURRICANE IRIS ON THE ACTIVITY BUDGETS AND DIET OF A POPULATION OF CENTRAL AMERICAN BLACK HOWLERS

A. Behie, M. Pavelka[48]
  POPULATION SIZE AND COMPOSITION IN Alouatta pigra IN SOUTHERN BELIZE BEFORE AND AFTER A HURRICANE

M. Pavelka, L. McKenzie[49]
  CUMULATIVE EFFECTS OF HURRICANE IRIS (2001) ON HOWLER MONKEY (Alouatta pigra) HABITAT CONNECTIVITY IN BELIZE

S. Alexander, N. Bywater, M. Pavelka[53]
  Insect Predation Techniques Suggest Predator-Sensitive Foraging in a Group of White-Faced Sakis (Pithecia pithecia)

A. L. Harrison-Levine, M. A. Norconk, E. P. Cunningham[62]
  The use of visual, acoustic and olfactory information during embedded invertebrate foraging in brown capuchins (Cebus apella)

K. A. Phillips, L. M. Shauver Goodchild, M. E. Haas, M. J. Ulyan, S. Petro[63]
  FEEDING ECOLOGY OF THE BLACK HOWLER MONKEY (Alouatta pigra) IN CALAKMUL, MEXICO.

A. Rivera, S. Calmé[64]
  Ranging in a group of red-handed howlers (Alouatta belzebul discolor) in southern Amazonia

L. P. Pinto, E. Z. Setz[65]
  HABITAT SURVEY OF TINJIL ISLAND NATURAL HABITAT BREEDING FACILITY

J. A. McNulty, R. C. Kyes, E. Iskandar[70]
  ASSESSING PRODUCTION SPECIFICITY OF FREE RANGING SILKY SIFAKA (Propithecus DIADEMA CANDIDUS) "ANTIPREDATOR" VOCALIZATIONS: WEAK EVIDENCE FOR "AERIAL PREDATOR" BUT NOT "TERRESTRIAL PREDATOR" CALLS

E. R. Patel, C. S. Coke, A. Ritchie, C. Santorelli[72]
  Do age, rank, interaction with females and number of males in a group affect physiological stress in adult male ring-tailed lemurs?

L. Gould[73]
  MIXED-SPECIES ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN WILD GOLDEN-HEADED LION TAMARINS AND THE BIRD COMMUNITY AT UNA BIOLOGICAL RESERVE

S. E. Hankerson, J. M. Dietz, B. E. Raboy[76]
  AN ECOLOGICAL STUDY OF ERITREAN GRIVET MONKEYS (Cercopithecus aethiops aethiops): PRELIMINARY FINDINGS

C. Mowry[77]
  Seasonal variations in group encounter locations in free-ranging golden-lion tamarins (Leontopithecus rosalia)

M. V. Rakhovskaya, A. G. Bush, J. Dietz[78]
          Feeding/Nutrition
  INCIDENCE OF VOMITING IN TWO WILD GROUPS OF BONNET MACAQUES (Macaca radiata).

E. Johnson, M. Cooper, E. Hill[66]
  NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF FREE-RANGING MEXICAN HOWLER MONKEYS (Alouatta palliata mexicana) IN VERACRUZ, MEXICO: SERUM CHEMISTRY, LIPOPROTEIN PROFILE, VITAMINS D, A, & E, CAROTENOIDS, AND MINERALS

S. D. Crissey, J. C. Serio-Silva, T. Meehan, K. A. Slifka, P. E. Bowen, M. Stacewicz-Sapuntzakis, M. F. Holick, T. C. Chen, J. Mathieu, G. Meerdink[67]
  The effect of dominance, reproductive state, and group size on body weight in bonnet macaques (Macaca radiata)

M. Cooper, M. S. Chaitra, M. Singh[69]
          Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
  ALLOPARENTAL CARE (INCLUDING ALLONURSING) IN FREE-RANGING SILKY SIFAKAS (Propithecus DIADEMA CANDIDUS) IN A PRIMARY NORTHEASTERN MONTANE RAINFOREST IN MADAGASCAR

E. R. Patel, C. S. Coke, A. Ritchie, C. Santorelli[71]
  The Secure Base Attachment / Exploration Security Scale (SBAESS): A simple measure of secure base use in free-ranging infant rhesus monkeys.

J. J. Warfield[74]
          Research Methods
  Does dye-marking influence individual behaviour? A case study in Colobus vellerosus

J. A. Teichroeb, P. Sicotte[50]
          Social Behavior
  AFFILIATION IN THE URSINE Colobus (Colobus vellerosus)

S. C. Marteinson, P. Sicotte[51]
  The Context of an Observed Infant-Killing Event in Cebus capucinus at Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica

K. C. MacKinnon[52]
  The Influence of Food Size and Distance on Communication by Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)

D. A. Leavens, W. D. Hopkins[68]
  Adult male visibility and presence of other age/sex classes in a group of free-ranging patas monkeys (Erythrocebus patas) at La Parguera, Puerto Rico

E. L. Zucker[75]
  Friday, August 1, 2003 : Day Three
  07:00 AM-08:30 AM: Breakfast (Lot 21)
  08:00 AM-12:00 PM: Poster Set-up (The "Pit", Science Theatres)
  08:15 AM-11:45 AM: Session 8: Conservation of African Monkeys (Part I): Lindsay Magnuson & Mary Glenn, Symposium Organizers and Moderators (Science Theatres 141)  [94]
  08:30 AM An Overview of African Monkey Conservation

M. Glenn, M. Sousa, K. J. Bensen[95]
  08:45 AM THE SIGNIFICANCE OF RIPARIAN AND FLOODED FORESTS FOR THE CONSERVATION OF AFRICAN PRIMATES

D. Brugière, A. Gautier-Hion[96]
  09:00 AM The effect of market hunting on monkey populations in the Tai National Park, Ivory Coast

J. Refisch, I. Koné[97]
  09:15 AM Thirty years of research in Kibale National Park, Uganda reveals a complex picture for conservation

C. A. Chapman, L. J. Chapman, J. E. Lambert, T. T. Struhsaker[98]
  09:30 AM Primate Conservation and the Spatial Dispersion of Rainforest Trees: Importance of Seed-Spitting Versus Seed-Swallowing

N. J. Dominy, B. W. Duncan[99]
  09:45 AM An update on the search for Miss Waldron's red colobus (Colobus badius waldroni)

W. S. McGraw[100]
  10:00 AM CONSERVATION AND SURVIVAL ADAPTATIONS OF THE WESTERN RED COLOBUS, (Procolobus badius temmincki), IN SENEGAL

A. Galat-Luong, G. Galat[101]
  10:15 AM Break
  10:30 AM CONSERVING AFRICA'S RED COLOBUS MONKEYS AND THEIR FORESTS: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK

T. Struhsaker[102]
  10:45 AM DETERMINANTS OF PATCH OCCUPANCY AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF BLUE MONKEY GROUPS: LESSONS FOR CONSERVATION OF GUENONS

M. J. Lawes, C. A. Chapman[103]
  11:00 AM STATUS OF THE SCLATER'S GUENON (Cercopithecus sclateri) IN SOUTHEASTERN NIGERIA

L. R. Baker, Z. J. Tooze[104]
  11:15 AM Discussion
  08:15 AM-10:15 AM: Session 9: Ketamine: The Good, The Bad, And The Alternatives for Physiological and Behavioral Data Collection in Nonhuman Primates: Allyson J. Bennett, Organizer & Moderator (Science Theatres 143)  [105]
  08:15 AM EFFECT OF KETAMINE ON CORTISOL: A NEED FOR FURTHER STUDIES

K. L. Bentson, J. P. Capitanio, S. P. Mendoza[106]
  08:30 AM Saliva collection as a means of avoiding the stress of phlebotomy or ketamine anesthesia.

M. Laudenslager, J. Worlein[107]
  08:45 AM Ketamine effects on activity and exploratory behavior in infant rhesus monkeys

P. J. Pierre, A. J. Bennett, J. L. Ronchetto, S. J. Suomi[108]
  09:00 AM KETAMINE BROADLY AFFECTS COGNITIVE FUNCTION IN RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

M. A. Taffe, S. A. Davis, T. Gutierrez, L. H. Gold[109]
  09:15 AM Does stress potentiate ketamine effects?

A. J. Bennett, P. J. Pierre, M. Becker, C. H. Garrett-Goodyear, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[110]
  09:30 AM The Effects of Ketamine on Vervet Monkeys

A. Huff, M. Jorgensen, W. Melega, L. Fairbanks[111]
  09:45 AM Discussion
  10:15 AM Break
  10:30 AM-12:00 PM: Session 10: Contributed Papers: Colony Management & Enrichment. Lawrence Williams, Moderator. (Science Theatres 143)  [113]
  10:30 AM GORILLA BEHAVIOR INDEX: A TOOL FOR MANAGMENT OF ALL MALE WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLA (Gorilla g. gorilla) GROUPS?

C. W. Kuhar, T. S. Stoinski, K. E. Lukas, T. L. Maple[114]
  10:45 AM THE EFFECTS OF AGE, SEX, REARING HISTORY AND SOCIAL GROUP COMPOSITION ON THE SOCIAL BEHAVIOR OF CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (Pan troglodytes) DURING THE INTRODUCTION TO UNFAMILIAR PARTNERS AND FORMATION OF NEW SOCIAL GROUPS.

S. Howell, M. Schwandt, J. Fritz, L. T. Nash, S. Meredith[115]
  11:00 AM Self-injurious behavior and response to human interaction as enrichment in rhesus macaques

K. Baker, M. Bloomsmith, C. Griffis, M. Gierhart[116]
  11:15 AM THE EFFECTS OF TEMPERAMENT ON PAIRING SUCCESS IN FEMALE RHESUS MACAQUES

J. McMillan, A. Maier, L. Tully, K. Coleman[117]
  11:30 AM THE EFFECTS OF ENRICHMENT STRUCTURES ON CAPTIVE GORILLA BEHAVIOR

S. M. Allard, T. S. Stoinski, M. A. Bloomsmith, T. L. Maple[118]
  11:45 AM CUSTOMIZING AN ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT PROGRAM FOR CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (Pan troglodytes) AT THE PRIMATE FOUNDATION OF ARIZONA.

S. Howell, M. Schwandt, J. Fritz, K. Ossi, E. Cobb[119]
  12:00 PM-01:30 PM: Lunch (South Lawn of MacEwan Student Centre)
  12:00 PM-01:30 PM: Editorial Board Meeting (University Club, Jasper Room)
  01:30 PM-02:30 PM: IN THE KINGDOM OF GORILLAS: A PERSONAL ACCOUNT OF RESEARCH AND CONSERVATION IN RWANDA, 1978-PRESENT: Amy Vedder (Science Theatres 148)  [120]
  02:30 PM-02:45 PM: Break (Science Theatres Foyer)
  02:45 PM-04:45 PM: Session 11: Conservation of African Monkeys (Part II): Mary Glenn & Lindsay Magnuson, Symposium Organizers and Moderators (Science Theatres 141)  [121]
  02:45 PM ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION OF THE ROLOWAY MONKEY IN GHANA: THE HISTORY OF A DECLINING POPULATION AND PROSPECTS FOR FUTURE CONSERVATION

L. Magnuson, S. Curtin[122]
  03:00 PM The Endangered Sanje Mangabey of Tanzania: Current Protective Status, Ecology and Strategies for Improving Conservation

C. L. Ehardt, T. P. Jones, T. M. Butynski, T. T. Struhsaker[123]
  03:15 PM A COMPREHENSIVE CONSERVATION PROFILE OF A CRITICALLY ENDANGERED ENDEMIC FOREST MONKEY: THE TANA RIVER CRESTED MANGABEY

J. Wieczkowski[124]
  03:30 PM Mandrill Spatial and Temporal Utilization of Galley Forests in LOPÉ National Park, Gabon: The Impact of Seasonal Food Supply and Level of Disturbance.

T. Ukizintambara, K. Abernethy[125]
  03:45 PM DISTRIBUTION AND RELATIVE ABUNDANCE OF PATAS MONKEYS (Erythrocebus patas) IN LAIKIPIA, KENYA OVER THE PERIOD 1980-2002

J. Chism, L. Isbell[126]
  04:00 PM Conservation implications of hybridization in African primates

K. M. Detwiler, A. S. Burrell, C. J. Jolly[127]
  04:15 PM Discussion
  02:45 PM-04:30 PM: Session 12: Contributed Papers: Physiology, Immunology, Neuroscience, & Genetics. Larry Mai, Moderator. (Science Theatres 143)
  02:45 PM Energy metabolism in Callimico goeldii

M. L. Power, S. D. Tardif, R. A. Power, D. G. Layne[129]
  03:00 PM LONGITUDINAL CORRELATIONS WITHIN LYMPHOCYTE CELL MARKERS OF PIGTAILED MACAQUE (Macaca nemestrina) MOTHER-FETUS PAIRS

M. S. Novak, G. P. Sackett[130]
  03:15 PM Sex differences in immunological responses to influenza in rhesus monkeys

G. R. Lubach, C. L. Coe[131]
  03:30 PM INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL STRESS ON PLASMA CORTISOL AND DHEAS CONCENTRATIONS IN ADULT MALE RHESUS MACAQUES

N. Maninger, S. P. Mendoza, J. P. Capitanio[132]
  03:45 PM EFFECTS OF REARING CONDITION AND AGE AT FIRST EXPOSURE ON ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION IN RHESUS MACAQUES (macaca mulatta)

M. L. Schwandt, C. Shannon, S. G. Lindell, M. L. Becker, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[133]
  04:00 PM EVIDENCE FOR ENDOGENOUS OPIOID INVOLVEMENT IN THE EXPRESSION OF SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOR IN RHESUS MONKEYS

S. Tiefenbacher, L. M. Marinus, M. D. Davenport, A. L. Pouliot, B. M. Kaufman, M. A. Fahey, M. A. Novak, J. S. Meyer[134]
  04:15 PM Prevalence of Enteric Parasites among Pet Macaques in Sulawesi, Indonesia

L. Jones-Engel, G. A. Engel, M. A. Schillaci, K. Kyes, J. W. Froehlich, U. Paputungan, R. C. Kyes[135]
  05:00 PM-06:30 PM: Board of Directors Meeting (Science Theatres TBA)  [136]
  07:00 PM-09:30 PM: Session 13: Contributed Posters. Session Chair, Richard Harrison. (The "Pit", Science Theatres)  [137]
          Biomedicine
  CLINICAL AND BEHAVIORAL CHARACTERIZATION OF INFANT RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca mulatta) AFFECTED BY GLOBOID CELL LEUKODYSTROPHY (KRABBE'S DISEASE)

K. Phillippi-Falkenstein, K. Baker, M. S. Ratterree, G. B. Baskin[138]
  HPA AXIS RESPONSES OF RHESUS MONKEY MOTHERS DURING SEPARATIONS VARY FROM THEIR FIRST TO SECOND INFANTS

T. Gura, P. G. Roma, C. Barr, M. Becker, S. B. Higley, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[139]
  AN INTEGRATIVE BIOINFORMATICS INITIATIVE: LEARNING MORE FROM EACH PRIMATE THROUGH MULTI-DISCIPLINARY DATABASE MANAGEMENT, DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING, AND TISSUE SHARING

J. Erwin, J. Robertson, D. P. Perl, P. R. Hof, J. Ely, C. Sherwood, B. C. Hansen[140]
  PROFILES OF PRIMATE AGING: INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN LONGITUDINAL PATTERNS OF WEIGHT, GLUCOSE, INSULIN, AND CORTISOL IN SPONTANEOUSLY DIABETIC AND NON-DIABETIC RHESUS MACAQUES

J. M. Erwin, X. Tingo, G. Gerzanich, B. C. Hansen[141]
  THE EFFECT OF STRESS, AND THE STABILITY OF INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION

K. Wojteczko, T. Graham, P. Roma, S. Lindell, C. Barr, S. Suomi, J. D. Higley[142]
          Breeding/Reproduction
  Adolescent Infertility Duration and Behavioral Differences in Captive Olive Baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis)

E. A. Mosteller, J. Wallis, G. D. Schnell[143]
  PERIPARTUM ENDOCRINE CHANGES IN SUBORDINATE FEMALE MARMOSETS (Callithrix kuhlii): NO EVIDENCE OF FURTHER ENDOCRINE SUPPRESSION

A. Puffer, J. E. Fite, J. A. French, M. Rukstalis, E. C. Hopkins, K. J. Patera[144]
  GROWTH RATES IN TWO MALE INFANT BLACK AND WHITE RUFFED LEMURS (Varecia variegata variegata)

C. R. Laughter, R. G. Lessnau[145]
  Progesterone Administration to Synchronize Menstrual Cycles in Nonhuman Primates

R. M. Harrison, K. Phillippi-Falkenstein, H. M. Kubisch[146]
          Endocrinology
  BETA ENDORPHIN LEVELS IN LONGTAILED AND PIGTAILED MACAQUES VARY BY SPECIES, SEX, AND ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR RATING: A PILOT STUDY

C. M. Crockett, G. P. Sackett, C. Sandman, A. Chicz-Demet[147]
  TESTOSTERONE ADMINISTRATION ALTERS URINARY EXCRETION OF T and E2 IN FEMALE MARMOSETS.

D. Armstrong, J. A. French, A. M. Puffer[148]
  Fecal cortisol levels in wild vs. captive white-faced sakis (PITHECIA PITHECIA): A preliminary assessment

M. Raghanti, M. A. Norconk, J. L. Marcinkiewicz[149]
          Genetics
  Variation in primate Y chromosome morphology and gene synteny using both conventional banding and fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH).

C. P. McGowan, D. Cole, E. Cruz, T. Palovchik, C. Bejarano, E. Trujillo, M. Young Owl, L. Mai[150]
  RESOURCE FOR NON-HUMAN PRIMATE GENETIC SAMPLES AND ASSOCIATED INFORMATION

J. Altmann, J. Beck, N. Flesness, O. Ryder, D. Stockwell, M. Weiss[151]
  SEROTONIN TRANSPORTER GENE PROMOTER VARIATION AND REARING CONDITION INTERACT TO INFLUENCE LHPA-AXIS ACTIVATION DURING SEPARATION STRESS IN INFANT RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca Mulatta)

C. S. Barr, C. Shannon, C. C. Parker, T. K. Newman, R. L. Dvoskin, M. L. Becker, M. Champoux, K. P. Lesch, D. Goldman, S. Higley, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[152]
  ALLELE FREQUENCY DIFFERENCES IN THE SEROTONIN TRANSPORTER GENE PROMOTER IN TWO DESCENDENT RHESUS MACAQUE (Macaca mulatta) COLONIES: IMPLICATIONS FOR COLONY MANAGEMENT

C. C. Parker, T. K. Newman, C. S. Barr, K. P. Lesch, M. L. Schneider, S. B. Higley, J. A. Larson, J. D. Higley, D. Goldman, S. J. Suomi[153]
  MAOA GENOTYPE INTERACTS WITH EARLY EXPERIENCE TO INFLUENCE AGGRESSION AND INJURIES IN RHESUS MONKEYS

J. L. Ronchetto, A. J. Bennett, Y. Syagailo, J. D. Higley, M. Champoux, M. Graessle, S. J. Suomi, K. P. Lesch[154]
  A Dopamine Transporter Gene Polymorphism is Associated with CSF HVA Levels in Captive Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta) During Social Separation Stress

R. L. Dvoskin, C. S. Barr, T. K. Newman, C. Shannon, C. C. Parker, S. B. Higley, S. J. Suomi, D. Goldman, J. D. Higley[182]
          Human Evolution/Anatomy/Growth
  Vertebral Correlates of Tail Use in Suspensory Atelines

J. E. Turnquist, M. D. Rose, D. Schmitt, P. Lemelin[155]
  Fun in the sun: Skin color change resulting from sunlight exposure in captive baboons

J. Wallis[156]
          Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
  THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF THE HIGH BIRTH WEIGHT PIGTAILED MACAQUE

V. K. Skypeck, L. Newell-Morris, J. C. Ha[157]
  MATERNAL BEHAVIORAL PROPENSITIES AFFECT LATER JUVENILE REACTIONS DURING A STRESS TEST IN BABOONS (Papio hamadryas anubis sp.)

A. Bode, M. Bardi, L. Brent[158]
  SEX AND SPECIES TEMPERAMENT DIFFERENCES IN NURSERY-REARED M. nemestrina AND M. fascicularis INFANTS

R. M. Godwin, G. P. Sackett[159]
  THE EFFECTS OF HANDLING OF SURROGATE-PEER REARED RHESUS MONKEY (Macaca mulatta) INFANTS ON ACTH.

C. Shannon, M. Champoux, P. G. Roma, S. J. Suomi[160]
  Temperament and Performance on Learning Tasks by Laboratory Reared M. nemestrina and M. fascicularis

S. E. Ward, R. M. Godwin, G. P. Sackett[161]
  HORMONAL AND BEHAVIORAL RESPONSES OF FEMALE MARMOSETS (Callithrix kuhlii) TO NONFAMILIAR SOCIAL INTRUDERS

C. N. Ross, J. A. French[166]
          Learning/Cognition/Language
  WIN-STAY, WIN-SHIFT DECISIONS WHILE INSECT FORAGING IN CAPTIVE GEOFFROY'S MARMOSETS (Callithrix geoffroyi)

J. Tobey, N. G. Caine[162]
  SOCIAL DISPLAY, FEEDING, EXPLORATION, AND PROGRAM ATTENTIVENESS RATES FOR RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA) EXPOSED TO AUDIO-VISUAL PROGRAMS

P. O'Neill-Wagner[163]
  Differences in Object Permanence Performance by Baboons (P. anubis/cynocephalus) and Pigtailed Macaques (M. nemestrina)

A. M. Dettmer, B. J. Crouthamel, G. C. Ruppenthal, G. P. Sackett[164]
          Neuroscience/Pharmacology
  MAPPING OF UROCORTIN II AND III IN RHESUS MACAQUE BRAIN

K. L. Bales, L. G. Smith, J. LaPrairie, P. M. Plotsky, M. M. Sànchez[165]
  WOUNDING FREQUENCY, AGE, AND CSF 5-HIAA CONCENTRATIONS IN RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca mulatta)

K. Chisholm, M. L. Becker, M. L. Schwandt, C. Shannon, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[167]
  Comparative Brain Anatomy of Mountain Gorillas (Gorilla gorilla beringei)

C. C. Sherwood, M. R. Cranfield, P. T. Mehlman, A. A. Lilly, J. Garbe, L. J. Lowenstine, T. R. Rein, R. L. Holloway, C. Y. Tang, J. M. Erwin, C. Whittier, F. Nutter, P. R. Hof[168]
  SHORT-TERM FLUOXETINE TREATMENT REDUCES SOCIAL INHIBITION AND CORTISOL RESPONSE TO SOCIAL STRESSORS IN MARMOSETS (Callithrix kuhlii)

E. L. Kinnally, H. A. Jensen, J. H. Ewing, J. A. French[169]
  Oral Contraceptive Treatment Altered Aggression and the Serotonergic System in Female Cynomolgus Monkeys

J. A. Henderson, C. A. Shively[170]
  NORMATIVE DOSE RESPONSE DATA ON THE PROLACTIN RESPONSE TO MONOAMINERGIC AGONISTS/ANTAGONISTS IN YEARLING RHESUS MACAQUES (macaca mulatta)

J. Ruys, J. P. Capitanio, S. P. Mendoza[171]
          Physiology/Immunology
  CORRELATION BETWEEN MHC CLASS I AND II EXPRESSION AND SUSCEPTIBILITY TO VIRAL INFECTIOUS IN RHESUS MONKEYS (Macaca mulatta)

M. Andrade, M. C. Torres-Penedo, L. M. Pinto, T. Ward, J. Roberts, P. H. Cabello, J. G. Leite[172]
  Developmental Trends In CD4+ and CD8+: Quantitative Lymphocyte Subsets During Late Gestation and Early Postnatal Life in Pigtailed Macaques (Macaca nemestrina).

C. K. Anton, M. S. Novak, G. P. Sackett[173]
  BLOOD CHEMISTRY AND HEMATOLOGY OF MOTHER REARED COMPARED WITH NURSERY REARED M. nemestrina FROM 2-10 YEARS OF AGE

E. J. Rainwater, G. P. Sackett[174]
          Research Methods
  DEVELOPMENT OF A INTERNET BASED SECURE DATA-SHARING MODEL FOR SIMPLE DATA TRANSFERS AND VIRTUAL REPOSITORIES

R. Sharp, T. Deppe[175]
  FROM MY COLONY TO YOURS: SOME SIMPLE GUIDELINES TO PROMOTE EFFECTIVE DATA MANAGEMENT AND DATA SHARING IN NONHUMAN PRIMATE STUDIES.

D. A. Smucny[176]
          Social Behavior
  A model for testing the relationships among individual personality, stress levels, and reproductive success in female rhesus monkeys

L. Alport[177]
  A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE RESEARCH ON SELF-DIRECTED BEHAVIOUR IN PRIMATES.

K. Nakayama[178]
  DEMOGRAPHIC DIFFERENCES IN THE USE OF AN ENRICHMENT DEVICE AMONG ZOO LIVING WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLAS (Gorilla gorilla gorilla)

T. Kinder[179]
  BEHAVIORAL COMPARISONS OF CHINESE-ORIGIN AND INDIAN-ORIGIN RHESUS MACAQUES

R. Ford, J. J. Howard, K. M. Phillippi-Falkenstein[180]
  EXPOSURE TO CONSPECIFIC VOCALIZATIONS MODULATES STRESS RESPONSES IN MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX KUHLII)

M. Rukstalis, J. A. French[181]
  SEX DIFFERENCES IN RHESUS MACAQUE MOTHER-INFANT BEHAVIOR

S. G. Lindell, C. Shannon, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[183]
  DO BONOBOS (Pan paniscus) CO-VARY IN THEIR EXPRESSION OF DOMINANCE-RELATED BEHAVIORS? A PRELIMINARY STUDY WITH A CAPTIVE ZOO GROUP

M. Fortunato[184]
  Reconciliation and Relationship Strength Among Captive Hamadryas Baboons (Papio hamadryas hamadryas)

N. A. DeBolt, P. G. Judge[185]
  Premenstrual tension and the effect on the behavior of rhesus monkeys

J. Gonzalez-Martinez, M. Massanet, A. Ruiz, J. Gonzalez[186]
  09:00 PM-11:30 PM: Bright at Night: Softball Extravaganza. Education Committee (Sue Howell, Chair), Organizers (Science Theatres TBA)  [187]
  Saturday, August 2, 2003 : Day Four
  07:30 AM-08:30 AM: Breakfast (Science Theatres Foyer)
  08:15 AM-09:15 AM: Session 14: Contributed Papers: Primate Biology and Social Behavior. Evan Zucker, Moderator (Science Theatres 141)
  08:15 AM CHEMICAL CUES OF OVULATION MEDIATE ANDROGEN PRODUCTION IN MARMOSETS (Callithrix jacchus) AND TAMARINS (Saguinus oedipus).

T. E. Ziegler, C. T. Snowdon, N. J. Schultz-Darken, C. F. Ferris[188]
  08:30 AM Reproductive parameters of primiparous baboons

J. Wallis[189]
  08:45 AM DOPAMINE D1 RECEPTOR GENE 5’ UTR VARIATION INTERACTS WITH SEX AND REARING EXPERIENCE TO INFLUENCE ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION IN RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca mulatta).

T. Newman, C. Parker, C. Barr, S. Suomi, D. Goldman, D. Higley[190]
  09:00 AM KARYOLOGICAL GUIDELINES FOR Aotus TAXONOMY

T. R. Defler, M. L. Bueno[191]
  09:15 AM Break
  09:30 AM Anointing in Owl Monkeys

S. Evans, P. Weldon, J. Gioannetti, C. Moody, E. Vicaria[193]
  09:45 AM Juvenile Rhesus Macaques Choose Social Partners Differently Based on Variations in Early Rearing Experiences

S. C. Strand, M. A. Novak, S. J. Suomi[194]
  10:00 AM Behavioral Outcomes of Maltreated Rhesus Macaque Infants: The First Six Months

K. McCormack, M. Sanchez, P. M. Plotsky, D. Maestripieri[195]
  10:15 AM FEMALE BROWN CAPUCHINS (Cebus apella) RESPOND TO INEQUITY IN AN EXPERIMENTAL EXCHANGE SITUATION

S. F. Brosnan, F. B. de Waal[196]
  10:30 AM POST-CONFLICT AFFILIATIVE INTERACTIONS AMONG BYSTANDERS IN A BABOON GROUP (PAPIO HAMADRYAS HAMADRYAS): QUADRATIC RECONCILIATION

P. G. Judge, S. H. Mullen[197]
  08:15 AM-10:45 AM: Session 15: Contributed Papers: Ecology and Social Organization. Janice Chism, Moderator (Science Theatres 143)  [198]
  08:15 AM INTRASPECIFIC VARIATION IN ACTIVITY BUDGETS AND RANGING PATTERNS IN RELATION TO POPULATION COMPRESSION IN THE ZANZIBAR RED COLOBUS MONKEY (Procolobus kirkii)

K. S. Siex[199]
  08:30 AM FACTORS AFFECTING DIFFERENTIAL LEVELS OF EXTINCTION RISK IN COLOBINE MONKEYS

J. Kamilar[200]
  08:45 AM ECOLOGICAL BIOGEOGRAPHY OF PRIMATES IN GUYANA: THE EFFECTS OF NATURAL AND ANTHROPOGENIC DISTURBANCES

S. M. Lehman, R. W. Sussman, J. Phillips-Conroy, W. Prince[201]
  09:00 AM PRIMATES AND SEED SHADOWS: MAPPING SEED DISPERSAL USING PLANT GENETIC MARKERS

B. W. Grafton[202]
  09:15 AM Break
  09:30 AM OLFACTORY SENSITIVITY FOR FOOD ASSOCIATED ODORS IN SPIDER MONKEYS, ATELES GEOFFROYI

L. Hernandez Salazar, M. Laska, E. Rodriguez Luna[203]
  09:45 AM THE BEHAVIORAL CONSEQUENCES OF FUSION IN A WILD GROUP OF SPIDER MONKEYS

C. Schaffner, J. Verpooten, F. Aureli[204]
  10:00 AM EFFECTS OF SUBGROUP COMPOSITION AND HOME-RANGE USE ON TIME BUDGETS OF WILD SPIDER MONKEYS IN THE YUCATAN PENINSULA

F. Aureli, L. Rebecchini, C. Schaffner, S. Fiori[205]
  10:15 AM The effect of age on intra- and intersexual aggression in a wild Malagasy primate: the Milne-Edwards' sifaka, Propithecus diadema edwardsi

S. Pochron, P. C. Wright[206]
  10:30 AM KIN BIAS AND DOMINANCE STYLE IN TIBETAN MACAQUES (Macaca thibetana) IN CHINA: DATA FROM TWO TIME PERIODS

C. M. Berman, C. Ionica, J. Li[207]
  11:00 AM-12:00 PM: WHAT MARMOSETS HAVE TAUGHT ME ABOUT LIFE: Suzette D. Tardif (Science Theatres 148)  [208]
  12:00 PM-01:30 PM: Lunch (South Lawn of MacEwan Student Centre)
  01:30 PM-02:00 PM: Silent Auction Closing (Science Theatres TBA)
  02:00 PM-04:30 PM: Session 17: SURVIVING GRADUATE SCHOOL - A WORKSHOP THAT FOCUSES ON 'NAVIGATING IN A GENDERED WORLD': Deborah Overdorff (Science Theatres 141)  [210]
  02:00 PM-04:15 PM: Session 18: Contributed Papers: Social Behavior & Conservation. Carolyn Ehardt, moderator (Science Theatres 143)
  02:00 PM A PRELIMINARY STUDY ON THE SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF SICHUAN SNUB-NOSED MONKEYS (Rhinopithecus roxellana) IN QINLING, CHINA

C. L. Tan, P. Zhang, B. Li, K. Watanabe, K. Wada[211]
  02:15 PM AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR AND INJURIES IN CAYO SANTIAGO RHESUS MONKEY MALES BEFORE AND AFTER TRANSFER FROM THEIR NATAL GROUP

K. L. Rasmussen Robbins, I. Turrio, S. J. Suomi[212]
  02:30 PM FACIAL AND SEXUAL SKIN COLOR COMPONENTS CORRELATE WITH BODY MEASURES AND MEASURES OF IMMUNE FUNCTION IN FREE-RANGING JUVENILE FEMALE RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca mulatta).

M. S. Gerald, H. Lyons, K. M. Treier, K. L. Robbins[213]
  02:45 PM CHIMPANZEE COMMUNICATION REVISTED: STRUCTURAL VARIATION AND ASSOCIATED CONTEXTS OF PRODUCTION IN PANT HOOTS FROM THE BUDONGO FOREST, UGANDA

H. Notman[214]
  03:00 PM Break
  03:15 PM SOCIAL DYNAMICS OF WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLAS (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) AS A FUNCTION OF GROUP COMPOSITION

T. S. Stoinski, S. M. Allard, T. L. Maple[215]
  03:45 PM Cohabitation of Apes and Humans: Implications for Creating the Natural Resource Management Plan for The Mengame Reserve, Cameroon.

T. Halford, B. Sock, C. Ellis, P. Auzel[217]
  04:00 PM IMPACT OF LOGGING-INDUCED ECOLOGICAL CHANGE ON DISEASE DYNAMICS IN AFRICAN FOREST PRIMATES

T. Gillespie, C. A. Chapman, E. C. Greiner[218]
  04:30 PM-06:00 PM: Business Meeting (Science Theatres 148)  [219]
  07:00 PM-12:00 AM: Closing Banquet (Science Theatres TBA)  [220]