The Twenty-nineth ASP Meeting Scientific Program

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      Wednesday, August 16, 2006 : Day One
  + 01:00 PM-05:00 PM: Standing Committee Meetings (Bowie A)
    01:00 PM-06:00 PM: Registration, Exhibitor and Silent Auction Setup (Regency West 1/3 )
    07:00 PM-10:00 PM: Opening Reception (Rio Grande Ballroom)
      Thursday, August 17, 2006 : Day Two
    06:30 AM-08:00 AM: Past President's Breakfast (Medina)
    08:00 AM-08:15 AM: Welcome and Opening Remarks (Regency Center 1/3)
    08:15 AM-09:15 AM: The causation, ontogeny, adaptive function, and evolution of maternal attachment in primates: Dario Maestripieri (Regency Center 1/3)
Keynote Speaker  [1]
  + 09:30 AM-11:45 PM: Session 1: Ecology (Regency East #1)
  + 09:30 AM-12:15 AM: Session 2: Endocrine\Biomedical (Regency East #2)
  + 09:30 AM-12:00 PM: Session 3: Gerry Ruppenthal: A Tribute to the Gadets, Lives, and Ideas of "The Unsung Hero" (Regency East #3)  [22]
    12:00 PM-01:00 PM: American Journal of Primatology Editorial Board Lunchen (Medina)
    01:30 PM-02:30 PM: The Primary Role of Primates in Comparative Psychology -- Revisited: Duane M. Rumbaugh (Regency Center 1/3)
Distinguished Primatologist Award Address  [35]
    02:45 PM-05:30 PM: Session 4: THE NATIONAL PRIMATE RESEARCH CENTERS: NOW AND INTO THE FUTURE: Steven Schapiro (Regency East #1)  [36]
  + 02:45 PM-05:00 PM: Session 5: Captive Breeding & Enrichment (Regency East #2)
  + 02:45 PM-05:15 PM: Session 6: Learning & Cognition (Regency East #3)
    05:00 PM-07:00 PM: ASP Executive Committee Meeting (Medina)
    06:00 PM-07:00 PM: Session 7: Survey of the Primates; A Gorilla's First Year; Tool Use by a Gibbon: Duane M. Rumbaugh (Regency East #1)  [56]
  - 07:00 PM-09:00 PM: Session 8: Poster Session (Regency West 1/3 )
            Biomedicine
    COMPARISON OF ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION BETWEEN YOUNGER AND OLDER ADOLESCENT RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca mulatta)

K. E. Iba, M. L. Schwandt, S. Tolbert, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[57]
    Menstrual cycles of rhesus monkeys undergoing calorie restriction

E. D. Hutz, S. Eisele, E. Manz, R. Colman, J. Kemnitz[58]
            Breeding/Reproduction
    Hair Loss and Replacement Cycles in Socially Housed, Pregnant, Rhesus Macaques

E. B. Davis, S. J. Suomi[59]
    Temperament correlates with paternity success in captive rhesus macaques

A. Maier, N. DeBolt Robertson, K. Coleman[60]
            Colony Management/Enrichment
    Methods for Successfully Pair Housing Adult Male Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta)

D. M. Abney, J. L. Weed[61]
    Attempting to Reduce Regurgitation and Reingestion in a Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes): A Case Study Using Continuous Feeding Treatments

K. S. Struck, E. N. Videan, J. Fritz[62]
    ANIMAL-OPERATED FOLDABLE PERCH USAGE IN RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca mulatta)

C. Kenney, G. Ruppenthal, M. Novak, S. Suomi[63]
    EFFECTS OF LIGHT INTENSITY ON STEREOTYPIC AND SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOR IN RHESUS MACAQUES

A. M. Dupuy, S. L. Watson, M. B. Fontenot[64]
    Circadian activity patterning in adolescent male cynomolgus monkeys

P. Pierre, A. J. Bennett[65]
    Venipuncture training using positive reinforcement training techniques: a comparison of chimpanzees and rhesus macaques

L. A. Pranger, A. Maier, K. Coleman, S. P. Lambeth, J. E. Perlman, E. Thiele, J. L. McMillan, S. J. Schapiro[66]
    Affiliative Behavior in Captive Rhesus Macaques as a Function of Infant Presence

N. Klepper-Kilgore[67]
            Conservation
    POPULATION SURVEY OF THE SULAWESI BLACK MACAQUES AT THE DUASUDARA NATURE RESERVE, NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA

S. Laatung, R. C. Kyes, A. Mardiastuti, J. Onibala[68]
    The effects of hunting on a primate community in the Peruvian Amazon

J. Chism, H. M. Matthews[69]
    POPULATION STRUCTURE OF BLACK HOWLERS (Alouatta pigra) AT DIFFERENT LAND USE SITES IN A HIGHLY ALTERED REGION IN BALANCAN, TABASCO, MEXICO.

G. Pozo-Montuy, J. C. Serio-Silva, Y. M. Bonilla-Sanchez[70]
            Demography/Population Studies
    Genetic structure of two populations of ALOUATTA CARAYA in continuous and fragmented habitats

M. M. Kowalewski, L. I. Oklander[71]
    Demographic Analysis and Forecast Modeling: A Case Study using the Rhesus Monkey Colony at Cayo Santiago

C. Akkoc, L. Williams, M. Gerald, E. Maldonado, J. Gonzalez-Martinez, E. N. Kraiselburd[72]
            Ecology
    Ecology of the White-Fronted Brown Lemur (Eulemur fulvus albifrons) in Betampona Natural Reserve, Madagascar.

C. Toborowsky, T. Andriaharimalala[73]
    ECOLOGY, BEHAVIOR, AND CONSERVATION STATUS OF THE WIED’S BLACK TUFTED-EAR MARMOSET (Callithrix kuhli)

B. E. Raboy, G. R. Canale, J. M. Dietz[74]
            Endocrinology
    Relationship between Behavior and Neurochemical Changes in Rhesus Macaques during a Separation Paradigm

S. Spinelli, M. Schwandt, K. Erickson, S. G. Lindell, J. Schulkin, P. Gold, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[75]
            Feeding/Nutrition
    Between a nut and a hard place: Use of sensory cues by brown capuchins (Cebus apella) in hard nut selection

K. A. Phillips, C. A. Buzzell, A. Cipollone, M. L. Maskulka, N. V. Morgan[76]
    Effects of individualized feeding on behavior in captive baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis)

A. Poyas, T. Q. Bartlett, N. E. Schlabritz-Loutsevitch, C. Dudley, C. H. Nevill, P. W. Nathanielsz[77]
            Genetics
    Primate Genetics Research in Argentina

M. D. Mudry, M. S. Ascunce, M. Nieves, E. Steinberg, V. Fernandez, C. Sesarini, G. Solis, G. Zunino[78]
            Human Evolution/Anatomy/Growth
    Fatty acid profiles of anthropoid primate milk

L. A. Milligan, S. I. Rapoport, R. P. Bazinet[79]
            Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
    Maternal-Fetal Correlation: Circadian,Pharmacological,and Environmental Effects

G. Sackett, M. Novak, C. Kenney[80]
    Maternal Behavioral Interactions and Stress Reactivity in Infants of Differentially Reared Rhesus Monkeys (Macaca mulatta)

A. M. Ruggiero, P. G. Roma, M. L. Schwandt, J. D. Higley, S. J. Suomi[81]
    Individual differences in performance across object permanence and discrimination learning testing in infant rhesus macaques (M. mulatta).

H. K. Sidhu, M. K. Unkefer, C. I. Kenney, A. Ruggiero, S. J. Suomi, M. S. Novak[82]
    Psychological Challenges During Pregnancy Alters the Autocorrelation Structure of Cardiovascular Rhythms In Both the Mother and Fetus in Macaque Monkeys (Macaca)

M. L. Miller, M. S. Novak, C. I. Kenney, G. P. Sackett, R. A. Woodward, J. Bacher, S. J. Suomi[83]
    Behavioral assessment of a rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) infant and its pigtail macaque (Macaca nemestrina) surrogate mother following cross-species gestation

M. J. Weedman, K. C. Baker, K. M. Phillippi-Falkenstein, H. M. Kubisch[84]
            Learning/Cognition/Language
    SPECIES DIFFERENCES IN THE ACOUSTIC STRUCTURE OF ZZUSS ALARM VOCALIZATIONS OF SILKY SIFAKAS (Propithecus candidus) AND DIADEMED SIFAKAS (Propithecus diadema diadema).

J. D. Anderson, E. R. Patel, M. T. Irwin, M. J. Owren[85]
    Rearing is Not a Determinant of Chimpanzee Manual Laterality

A. Kocher, W. C. McGrew[86]
    Development of social gestures in chimpanzees

V. L. Maguire, K. A. Bard[87]
    OBJECT PERMANENCE AND SPATIAL MEMORY IN INFANT Macaca Nemestrina: FINDING A HIDDEN OBJECT AFTER A 24-HR DELAY

S. J. Unbehagen, S. E. Ward, D. J. Mandell, G. P. Sackett[88]
    Young rhesus monkeys (MACACA MULATTA) learn about cognitive tasks before they can perform them

M. L. Snyder, C. I. Kenney, M. K. Unkefer, A. M. Ruggiero, S. J. Suomi, M. S. Novak[89]
    Gesture handedness predicts asymmetry in the chimpanzee inferior frontal gyrus

J. P. Taglialatela, C. Cantalupo, W. D. Hopkins[90]
            Physiology/Immunology
    Self-control in a delay maintenance task by rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)

T. A. Evans, M. J. Beran[91]
    True colors: the relationship between age and sexual skin color in Macaca mulatta$

J. Danzy[92]
            Research Methods
    A Review and Evaluation of Personality Studies in Non-Human Primates

H. D. Freeman, S. D. Gosling[93]
    A Behavioral Method for Measuring Visual Acuity in Non-human Primates

C. C. Veilleux, K. Klymus, E. C. Kirk[94]
            Social Behavior
    Urine Washing and Sniffing in Wild White-faced Capuchins (Cebus capucinus): Testing Functional Hypotheses

F. A. Campos, J. H. Manson, S. Perry[95]
    MATRILINEAL MANIPULATIONS SURROUNDING POWER SHIFTS IN SOCIALLY HOUSED GROUPS OF RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

J. R. Raper, S. B. Stephens, K. Wallen[96]
    Concurrent Environmental Enrichment and Ethanol Consumption in Socially-Housed Rhesus Macaques

W. W. Flint, S. A. Chen, K. E. Iba, E. B. Davis, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[97]
    SOCIAL INTERACTIONS, DOMINANCE RANK, AND FREQUENCY OF WOUNDING IN A CAPTIVE BABOON COLONY (Papio hamadryas sp.)

L. D. Cox, E. J. Glover, J. K. Pecotte[98]
    Individual differences in temperament predict longitudinal stability of affiliative relationships in juvenile rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)

T. Weinstein, J. P. Capitanio[99]
    The Effects of Old Age on Social Behavior in Female Captive Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)

J. E. Davenport, E. N. Videan, J. Fritz[100]
      Friday, August 18, 2006 : Day Three
    08:00 AM-08:15 AM: Welcome and Opening Remarks (Regency Center 1/3)
    08:15 AM-09:15 AM: Hercules with a tail: A natural history of nut-cracking among the capuchin monkeys of southern Piauí, Brazil: Dorothy Fragaszy (Regency Center 1/3)
Featured Speaker  [101]
  + 09:30 AM-12:00 PM: Session 9: Working Safely with Nonhuman Primates: Patricia Turner (Regency East #1)  [102]
  + 09:30 AM-12:00 PM: Session 10: Social Behavior (Regency East #2)
  + 09:30 AM-12:00 PM: Session 11: Second Annual Session Highlighting ASP-Sponsored Conservation Projects: Janette Wallis (Regency East #3)  [117]
    12:00 PM-01:30 PM: Session 12: Behavioral and clinical management of alopecia in nonhuman primates (Medina)
Lunchen Workshop  [123]
    01:30 PM-02:30 PM: American Society of Primatologists Founders’ Symposium: J Erwin (Regency Center 1/3)  [124]
  + 02:45 PM-05:15 PM: Session 13: The use of molecular genetics in behavior studies: J. Dee Higley (Regency East #1)  [125]
  + 02:45 PM-05:30 PM: Session 14: Social Behavior (Regency East #2)
  + 02:45 PM-05:15 PM: Session 15: Primate aging, cross-taxon perspectives: Sylvia Atsalis (Regency East #3)  [145]
    05:00 PM-07:00 PM: Board of Director's Meeting (Medina)
    06:00 PM-07:00 PM: Session 16: Surviving Graduate School and Beyond: A Workshop for Students in the Behavioral and Biological Sciences: Susan Howell (Regency East #1)
Sponsored by the Education Committee  [153]
  + 07:00 PM-09:00 PM: Session 17: Poster Session II (Regency West 1/3 )
      Saturday, August 19, 2006 : Day Four
    08:00 AM-11:45 AM: Session 18: Non-human Primate Alcohol Research: Current Studies and New Directions: Susan Howell (Regency East #1)
Symposium organized by Sue Howell  [197]
  + 08:00 AM-10:30 AM: Session 19: Sources of variation in milk composition: Phylogeny, Life History, and Maternal Condition.: Michael L. Power (Regency East #2)  [205]
  + 08:00 AM-09:45 AM: Session 20: Genetics (Regency East #3)
  + 10:00 AM-12:00 PM: Session 21: Infant Development & Maternal Behavior (Regency East #3)
  + 01:00 PM-02:45 PM: Session 22: From Perception to Social Organization to Conservation Biology: Research Contributions in Tribute to an Outstanding Mentor in Primatology, Irwin S. Bernstein: Carolyn L. Ehardt (Regency East #1)
Outstanding Mentor Symposium  [226]
  + 01:00 PM-02:45 PM: Session 23: Conservation & Ecology (Regency East #2)
    02:45 PM-03:30 PM: Business Meeting (Regency Center 1/3)
    06:00 PM-10:00 PM: Closing Dinner (Regency East #2)