The Twenty-seventh ASP Meeting Scientific Program

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      Tuesday, June 8, 2004 : Day One
  + 01:00 PM-05:00 PM: Standing Committee Meetings (Memorial Union TBA)
    01:00 PM-06:00 PM: Exhibitor Set-up (Memorial Union TBA)
    01:00 PM-06:00 PM: Set-up for the Art Exhibit and Silent Auction (Inn Wisconsin)
    01:00 PM-06:00 PM: Conference Registration (Main Lounge of the Memorial Union)
    06:00 PM-07:00 PM: Featured Speaker: PRIMATES IN ART, Stephen Nash (Memorial Union Theatre)  [1]
    07:00 PM-09:00 PM: Opening Reception (Main Lounge of the Memorial Union)
      Wednesday, June 9, 2004 : Day Two
    06:30 AM-08:00 AM: Past President's Breakfast (Capitol View Room)
    07:00 AM-08:30 AM: Breakfast (Memorial Union Theatre Lobby)
    08:00 AM-08:30 AM: Welcome to the Conference (Memorial Union Theatre)
Marilyn Norconk, ASP Program Committee Chair; Jeffrey French, ASP President; Joseph Kemnitz, Local Arrangements Committee Chair; University of Wisconsin and City of Madison representatives.
    08:30 AM-09:30 AM: Keynote Address: THE ADAPTIVE VALUE OF SOCIAL BONDS, Joan Silk (Memorial Union Theatre)  [2]
    09:30 AM-09:45 AM: Break (Memorial Union Theatre Lobby)
    09:30 AM-12:00 PM: Poster Set-up (Tripp Commons)
  + 09:45 AM-12:00 PM: Session 1: Contributed Papers: Endocrinology, Physiology, Immunology. Sue Howell, Moderator (Play Circle)
  + 09:45 AM-11:45 AM: Session 2: Contributed Papers: Nutrition, Ecology and Conservation. Katherine Milton, Moderator (Memorial Union Theatre)
    12:00 PM-01:30 PM: Lunch (Tripp Commons)
    12:00 PM-01:30 PM: Editorial Board Meeting (Lunch) (Capitol View Room)
  + 01:30 PM-04:00 PM: Session 3: Symposium: The Veterinarian's Role in Behavioral Management, Iris Bolton, Organizer (Play Circle)  [20]
  + 01:30 PM-03:45 PM: Session 4: Contributed Papers: Infant Development and Maternal Behavior. Corinna Ross, Moderator (Memorial Union Theatre)
    01:30 PM-03:30 PM: Session 5: Roundtable: Primate Research and Public Information, Jordana Lenon, Organizer (Class of 24 Reception Room)  [35]
    04:00 PM-06:00 PM: Reception in the Library of the National Primate Research Center. Board buses in front of the Memorial Union. (Memorial Union TBA)
  + 07:00 PM-09:00 PM: Session 6: Poster Session I: Conservation, Ecology, Infant Development and Maternal Behavior, and Social Behavior. Lisa Jones-Engel, Moderator (Tripp Commons)
      Thursday, June 10, 2004 : Day Three
    07:00 AM-08:30 AM: Breakfast (Memorial Union Theatre Lobby)
    08:00 AM-12:00 PM: Poster Set-up (Tripp Commons)
  + 08:30 AM-10:00 AM: Session 7: Contributed Papers: Social Behavior I, Melissa Gerald, Moderator (Memorial Union Theatre)
  + 08:30 AM-11:45 AM: Session 8: Symposium: New Perspectives in Mesoamerican Primatology: Demography and Conservation. Alejandro Estrada, Paul Garber, Mary Pavelka and LeAndra Lueke, Organizers (Play Circle)
  + 10:15 AM-11:45 AM: Session 9: Contributed Papers: Social Behavior II, Evan Zucker, Moderator (Memorial Union Theatre)
    11:45 AM-01:15 PM: Lunch (Tripp Commons)
    11:45 AM-01:15 PM: Board of Directors Meeting (Capitol View Room)
    01:30 PM-02:30 PM: Featured Speaker: PRIMATES, PRAIRIE VOLES, AND THE PHYSIOLOGY OF LOVE AND FEAR, Karen L. Bales (Memorial Union Theatre)  [92]
    02:30 PM-02:45 PM: Break (Memorial Union Theatre Lobby)
  + 02:45 PM-04:00 PM: Session 10: Contributed Papers: Colony Management, Christina Grassi, Moderator (Memorial Union Theatre)
    02:45 PM-04:45 PM: Session 11: Workshop: Primate Aging Database, Joseph Kemnitz, Organizer (Class of 24 Reception Room)  [98]
  + 02:45 PM-05:00 PM: Session 12: Symposium: New Perspectives in Mesoamerican Primatology: Behavior and Ecology, Alejandro Estrada, Paul Garber, Mary Pavelka and LeAndra Luecke, Organizers (Play Circle)
    05:00 PM-07:00 PM: Executive Committee Meeting (Capitol View Room)
  - 07:00 PM-09:00 PM: Session 13: Poster Session II: Biomedicine, Breeding/Reproduction, Colony Management/Enrichment, Nutrition, Genetics, Learning/Cognition/Language. Allyson Bennett, Moderator (Tripp Commons)
            Genetics
    The Effects of Parental Serotonin Transporter Gene Alleles (5HTTLPR) on Birthweight in a Captive Colony of Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta).

E. L. Sheldon, C. S. Barr, T. K. Newman, M. S. Novak, C. Shannon-Lindell, M. Champoux, M. Schwandt, J. D. Higley, S. J. Soumi[106]
            Biomedicine
    Does caloric restriction effect the progression of spinal osteoarthritis in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)?

P. A. Kramer, L. L. Newell-Morris, P. A. Simkin, D. Ingram[107]
    THE EFFECTS OF ACUTE KETAMINE ANESTHESIA ON MONOAMINE METABOLITES IN KETAMINE-NAÏVE VERSUS KETAMINE-EXPERIENCED INFANT RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

S. M. Hamby, P. J. Pierre, M. Becker, P. B. DePetrillo, J. D. Higley, S. J. Suomi, A. J. Bennett[108]
            Breeding/Reproduction
    GROSS AND HISTOLOGIC ABNORMALITIES IN THE PLACENTA FROM A RHESUS/PIGTAIL PREGNANCY

B. B. Davison, M. S. Ratterree, R. M. Harrison, H. M. Kubisch[109]
            Colony Management/Enrichment
    Sleep Behavior in SIB and non-SIB Singly Housed Long-Tailed Macaques

B. Curtis, R. Warren, G. P. Sackett[110]
    Fostering infants into a semi-freeranging group of rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) for genetic diversity.

P. O'Neill-Wagner[111]
    Use of a shredded paper substrate to ameliorate abnormal self-directed behavior of a chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes)

K. Smith, M. St. Claire, C. Shaver, P. Olexa[112]
    Behavioral development of a 58-day premature infant olive baboon (Papio hamadryas anubis) from 4 through 10 months of age.

C. Grassi, E. Glover[113]
    TRAINING CHIMPANZEES TO ACCEPT SUBCUTANEOUS INJECTIONS USING POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT TRAINING TECHNIQUES

J. E. Perlman, E. Thiele, M. A. Whittaker, S. P. Lambeth, S. J. Schapiro[114]
    Pair-housing macaques with biomedical implants: a safe and practical alternative to single-housing.

S. J. Roberts, M. L. Platt[115]
    THE IMPORTANCE OF PROVIDING CONTINUOUS DENTAL CARE FOR LABORATORY PRIMATES.

M. L. Luck[116]
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            Endocrinology
    ASSESSMENT OF THE REPRODUCTIVE STATE OF CAPTIVE COQUEREL’S MOUSE LEMURS (MIRZA COQUERELI): IMPLICATIONS FOR ZOO MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION EFFORTS

M. MacDonald, D. E. Suter, J. M. Calcagno[118]
            Feeding/Nutrition
    How milk composition does, and does not, vary with maternal condition in the common marmoset (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)

M. L. Power, O. T. Oftedal, S. D. Tardif[119]
    Energy expenditure in the aging calorie restricted and control male rhesus monkeys

A. Raman, J. J. Ramsey, J. W. Kemnitz, S. T. Baum, R. J. Colman, R. Weindruch, D. A. Schoeller[120]
            Genetics
    FAMILIAL CORRELATIONS IN TEMPERAMENT AMONG LABORATORY REARED INFANT Macaca nemestrina

S. Ward, G. P. Sackett[121]
    CRH Gene Promoter Variation Influences LHPA-axis Activity in Infant Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta)

C. S. Barr, R. L. Dvoskin, T. K. Newman, D. Goldman, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[122]
    COMPARISON OF ALLELE FREQUENCIES IN Macaca fascicularis, M. mulatta, M. nemestrina, AND M. radiata USING AN ENHANCED METHOD FOR DETECTING THE SHORT AND LONG PROMOTER ALLELES OF THE Macaca

A. J. Bennett, K. M. Kaiss, M. Laudenslager, J. R. Kaplan, K. L. Robbins, R. Ma, S. J. Suomi, P. B. DePetrillo[123]
    GENETIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE LONG-TAILED MACAQUES (Macaca fascicularis) ON TINJIL ISLAND, INDONESIA: PLASMA PROTEIN VARIATIONS

D. Perwitasari-Farajallah, R. C. Kyes, C. J. Leeson, R. Mardiana, M. G. Susiadi, E. Iskandar, D. Iskandriati, J. Pamungkas[124]
    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[125]
    Social impulsivity in captive rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) is influenced by variation in a functional MAOA gene promoter polymorphism

T. K. Newman, C. S. Barr, P. Babb, M. Becker, S. J. Suomi, K. Lesch, J. D. Higley[126]
    Taxonomic validation and individual identification of primate DNA samples in the integrated primate biomaterials and information resource (IPBIR)

J. G. Lorenz, A. D. Vosbikian, W. E. Jackson, R. Hanner, J. C. Beck[127]
            Learning/Cognition/Language
    Olfactory Preferences in Infant Pigtailed Macaques (M. nemestrina)

C. Kenney, C. Meyer, G. Sackett[128]
    Cross-Dimensional Object Perception in Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)

K. A. Leighty[129]
    DO ADULTS UNDERSTAND WHAT INFANTS KNOW ABOUT FOOD? FOOD TRANSFERS IN CAPTIVE COTTON-TOP TAMARINS (SAGUINUS OEDIPUS)

S. M. Joyce, C. T. Snowdon[130]
    Assocation Between Personality and Brain Asymmetries in the Limbic System of Chimpanzees

H. Freeman, C. Cantalupo, A. Weiss, J. King, W. Hopkins[131]
    Chimpanzee Handedness: Throwing Out the First Pitch

J. Russell, H. Freeman, S. Schapiro, W. Hopkins[132]
    HAND PREFERENCE INFLUENCES FINE-MOTOR PERFORMANCE IN RHESUS MONKEYS (Macaca mulatta)

E. C. Sullivan, J. L. Ronchetto, P. J. Pierre, A. J. Bennett[133]
    COGNITIVE TESTING OF A SOCIAL GROUP OF JUVENILE RHESUS MONKEYS (Macaca mulatta)

B. J. Kelly, C. M. Veino, M. A. Novak[134]
    Choosing Tools Based on Functionally Relevant Features: Capuchins Use a Different Metric than Tamarins

S. Cummins-Sebree, D. Fragaszy[135]
    INTRINSIC MOVEMENTS OF THE HAND CONTRIBUTE TO DEXTERITY IN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS

D. Fragaszy, J. Crast[136]
    The effects of experience and presentation order on the ability of capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) to plan their actions when solving two-dimensional detour problems.

E. A. Hoy, D. M. Fragaszy[137]
    Response Latency and Accuracy in a Spatial Memory Task in Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus apella)

C. R. Rosengart, D. M. Fragaszy[138]
            Research Methods
    Addressing the Three Rs: A Cooperative Effort of the Biomedical Community Reducing the Number of Animals Used for Pulmonary Research.

B. Rodello, C. A. Ballinger, D. Miller, K. West, E. M. Postlethwait[139]
    Steroids in Hair: A Novel Method for Assessment of Hormonal Activity in Rhesus Macaques

M. D. Davenport, S. Tiefenbacher, M. A. Novak, J. S. Meyer[140]
            Veterinary Medicine
    Demonstration of Toxoplasma gondii in squirrel monkeys by immunohistochemical analysis

M. Andrade, J. O. Coelho, C. P. Cardoso, A. M. Marinho, R. S. Marchevsky[141]
    Effects of Diazepam Treatment on the Incidence of Self-Injurious Behavior in Individually Housed Male Rhesus Monkeys

S. Tiefenbacher, M. A. Fahey, A. L. Pouliot, B. M. Kaufman, J. K. Rowlett, M. A. Novak[142]
    In Memoriam: Michale E. Keeling, D.V.M. (1942-2003)

S. J. Schapiro[143]
    09:00 PM-11:00 PM: Softball game -- location to be announced. (Memorial Union TBA)
      Friday, June 11, 2004 : Day Four
    07:00 AM-08:30 AM: Breakfast (Memorial Union Theatre Lobby)
  + 08:00 AM-09:15 AM: Session 14: Contributed Papers: Breeding and Reproduction, Darlene Smucny, Moderator (Play Circle)
  + 08:00 AM-09:15 AM: Session 15: Contributed Papers: Learning/Cognition/Language I, Peter Judge, Moderator (Memorial Union Theatre)
    09:30 AM-11:30 AM: Session 16: Roundtable: Understanding and Managing Self-injurious Behavior in Nonhuman Primates: Mollie Bloomsmith, Organizer (Class of 24 Reception Room)  [155]
  + 09:45 AM-11:45 AM: Session 17: Advances in Field Based Studies of Primate Behavioral Endocrinology: Toni E. Ziegler (Play Circle)
    11:30 AM-01:00 PM: Lunch (Tripp Commons)
    01:00 PM-02:00 PM: Featured Speaker: LOVE AT GOON PARK: How a science journalist took a second look at the brilliant and controversial primatologist: Harry F. Harlow, Deborah Blum (Memorial Union Theatre)  [163]
  + 02:15 PM-04:15 PM: Session 18: Contributed Papers: Learning/Cognition/ Language II. Dorothy Fragazy, Moderator (Memorial Union Theatre)
  + 02:15 PM-04:45 PM: Session 19: Symposium: Research in Neotropical Primates, Lawrence Williams, Organizer (Play Circle)
    04:45 PM-06:15 PM: Business Meeting (Memorial Union Theatre)
    07:00 PM-12:00 AM: Closing Banquet (Memorial Union TBA)