The Thirty-first ASP Meeting Scientific Program

  Tuesday, June 17, 2008 : Pre-Conference
  09:00 AM-04:00 PM: Education Workshop (Palm Beach Zoo)
(Day 1)
  09:00 AM All About Primates

C. N. Ross, .. ASP Education Committee, .. Palm Beach Zoo[1]
  Wednesday, June 18, 2008 : Day 1
  09:00 AM-12:00 PM: Education Workshop (Palm Beach Zoo)
(Day 2)
  12:00 PM-05:00 PM: Conference Registration (Convention Center Registration Area)
  01:30 PM-05:00 PM: Silent Auction for Conservation: Drop off items, establish opening bids (Ball Room B)
  01:30 PM-05:00 PM: Exhibitor Setup (Ball Room A)
  01:30 PM-05:00 PM: ASP Standing Committee Meetings - for directions see (Convention Center Registration Area)
  01:30 PM Conservation Committee (Meeting Room 1D)
  01:30 PM Awards and Recognition (Meeting Room 1E)
  01:30 PM Education (Meeting Room 1G)
  01:30 PM Membership and Finance (Meeting Room 1K)
  01:30 PM Program (Meeting Room 1I)
  01:30 PM Publications (Meeting Room 1H)
  01:30 PM Research and Development (Meeting Room 1J)
  06:00 PM-09:00 PM: OPENING RECEPTION (Ball Rooms A and B)
  Thursday, June 19, 2008 : Day 2
  06:30 AM-08:00 AM: Past Presidents' Breakfast (Bistro Ten Zero One (at Marriott Hotel))
  08:00 AM-08:30 AM: Welcome and Opening Remarks (Meeting Room 2DEF)
  08:30 AM-09:30 AM: FEATURED SPEAKER: DISTINGUISHED PRIMATOLOGIST ADDRESS by Patricia C. Wright -- Climate change and its impact on Primates: A case study from Madagascar (Meeting Room 2DEF)  [2]
  09:30 AM-09:45 AM: - - - BREAK - - - (Ball Rooms A and B)
  09:45 AM-12:00 PM: Session 1: OBSERVATIONAL METHODOLOGIES SYMPOSIUM: Methods from the field, zoo and laboratory (Meeting Room 2DEF)
Organizers: Matthew F. S. X. Novak and A. M. Dettmer  [3]
  09:45 AM OBSERVATIONAL AND OTHER NON-INVASIVE SAMPLING IN PRIMATE RESEARCH: A BRIDGE FROM FIELD TO CAPTIVE COLONIES AND BACK AGAIN

J. Altmann[4]
  10:00 AM A MULTIPLE-COHORT, LONGITUDINAL, SOCIAL BEHAVIOR DATA SET FOR HUSBANDRY, HEALTH, AND SCIENTIFIC USAGE

G. Sackett[5]
  10:15 AM Methods for behavioral monitoring of zoo primates

S. W. Margulis, S. Atsalis, J. V. Watters[6]
  10:30 AM Observational research at the lab/zoo/field boundary

N. Caine, C. Kitzmann, S. Hankerson[7]
  10:45 AM The Visitor Effect on Apes: Real or Imaginary? Enriching or Stressful?

C. Kuhar, K. Smith, J. Soltis[8]
  11:00 AM The Development of a Census Technique for Cotton-top Tamarins (Saguinus oedipus) in Colombia

A. Savage, L. Thomas, K. Leighty, L. Soto, J. Causado, F. Medina[9]
  11:15 AM The expression of emotion in the voiced sounds of rhesus monkeys and African elephants

J. Soltis, C. M. Wesolek, K. A. Leighty, A. Savage, J. D. Newman[10]
  11:30 AM Multimodal data input using touchscreen technology, voice recording and speech recognition in adverse field conditions

C. S. Ionica, K. L. Robbins, M. F.S.X. Novak, S. J. Suomi[11]
  11:45 AM SYMPOSIUM ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: Remarks, questions and answers
  09:45 AM-12:00 PM: Session 2: Neuroscience, Endocrinology, Pharmacology and Genetics (Meeting Room 1GHI)
Session Chair: Scott Chen
  09:45 AM The Use of Voxel-Based Morphology to Assess Asymmetries in the Chimpanzee Brain: A Novel Approach to Comparative Studies in Cerebral Organization

W. Hopkins, J. P. Taglialatela, A. Meguerditchian[12]
  10:00 AM Sylvian Fissure Asymmetries in Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus apella)

K. A. Phillips, S. T. Liu[13]
  10:15 AM Anterior hippocampal volume is reduced in behaviorally depressed female Macaca fascicularis living in social groups

S. L. Willard, E. J. Glover, D. P. Friedman, C. K. Henkel, C. A. Shively[14]
  10:30 AM OPRM1 GENE VARIATION INFLUENCES HPA AXIS FUNCTION IN RHESUS MACAQUE (Macaca mulatta) MOTHERS

M. L. Schwandt, S. G. Lindell, C. Lindell, J. D. Higley, S. J. Suomi, M. Heilig, C. S. Barr[15]
  10:45 AM REDUCTION OF ACUTE STRESS-INDUCED BEHAVIORS BY A CORTICOTROPIN RELEASING FACTOR RECEPTOR 1 ANTAGONIST IN RHESUS MACAQUES

S. A. Chen, M. L. Schwandt, S. G. Lindell, N. Lopez-Coleman, L. N. Peele, R. A. Woodward, K. L. Robbins, S. J. Suomi, M. A. Heilig, C. S. Barr[16]
  11:00 AM Cardiac Troponin I and Brain-type Natriuretic Protein are Associated with cardiovascular disease in Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)

J. Ely, M. L. Lammey, D. R. Lee[17]
  11:15 AM INTRANASAL VASOPRESSIN ADMINISTRATION EFFECTS ON PAIR-BONDING AND GENE EXPRESSION IN MONOGAMOUS TITI MONKEYS (CALLICEBUS CUPREUS)

M. R. Jarcho, W. A. Mason, S. P. Mendoza, K. L. Bales[18]
  11:30 AM Placental insulin-like growth factor II (IGF-II) and its relation to litter size and placental weight in captive common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus)

J. N. Rutherford[19]
  12:00 PM-02:00 PM: - - - Lunch Break - - - (On Your Own)
Enjoy all that West Palm Beach has to offer
  12:00 PM-02:00 PM: AJP Editorial Board Luncheon (Bistro Ten Zero One (at Marriott Hotel))
  02:00 PM-03:00 PM: FEATURED SPEAKER ADDRESS: Paul A. Garber -- From kinship to friendship: Cooperation and affiliation in male New World primates. (Meeting Room 2DEF)  [20]
  03:00 PM-03:15 PM: - - - Break - - - (Ball Rooms A and B)
  03:15 PM-04:45 PM: Session 3: FEATURED SYMPOSIUM: INTERDISCIPLINARY PRIMATOLOGY -- Mother’s Milk: Physiological, Behavioral, and Evolutionary Aspects of Lactation (Meeting Room 2DEF)
Organizers: Suzette Tardiff and Karen Bales
  03:15 PM Opening Remarks: Suzette Tardiff
  03:20 PM Lactational programming? Mother’s milk energy predicts infant behavior and temperament

K. Hinde, J. P. Capitanio[21]
  03:35 PM Nursing behavior in a group of human-commensal white-fronted capuchins (Cebus albifrons) in Misahualli, Ecuador

M. Y. Field[22]
  03:50 PM Effects of lactation on pituitary-adrenal responses to stress in laboratory-housed common marmosets (callithrix jacchus)

W. Saltzman, C. A. Boettcher, K. A. Crosno, D. H. Abbott[23]
  04:05 PM Protection from male versus female harassment: Friendship and association with glucocorticoid concentrations in lactating wild olive baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis) in Laikipia, Kenya

M. D. Shur, R. A. Palombit, P. L. Whitten[24]
  04:20 PM Summary: Remarks, Questions and Answers
  05:00 PM-07:00 PM: Session 4: Poster Session (Ball Rooms A and B)
          Breeding/Reproduction
  Perimenopausal hormonal patterns in western lowland gorillas

S. Atsalis, S. Margulis[25]
  REPRODUCTIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF SILVERED LANGURS (Trachypithecus cristatus ultimus)

N. Shelmidine, C. Borries, C. McCann[26]
  Reproduction in an Owl Monkey Breeding Colony (Aotus sp.)

S. V. Gibson, G. W. Tustin, L. E. Williams, A. M. Schuler, A. G. Brady, C. R. Abee[27]
          Colony Management/Enrichment
  The Influence of Observer Presence on the Behavior of Singly Housed Baboons (Papio sp.) and Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta)

S. K. Iredale, C. H. Nevill, C. K. Lutz[28]
  Effects of Familiarity and Novelty on Rates of Environmental Enrichment Object Manipulation by Laboratory Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta)

S. P. Leland, A. M. West, Z. L. Pippin, A. T. Dodson, W. L. Wagner, A. L. Cook, J. M. Erwin[29]
  The Effects of Human Interaction on Abnormal Behavior In Singly-Housed Adult Rhesus Macaques (MACACA MULATTA)

C. Griffis, K. C. Baker, M. Bloomsmith, K. Neu, M. Maloney, M. Martinez, J. C. Griffis[30]
  Temperament and involvement in affiliative relationships predict later plasma concentrations of vasopressin, but not oxytocin, in juvenile rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)

T. Weinstein, K. L. Bales, J. P. Capitanio[31]
          Genetics
  GENE-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION PREDICTS FEAR-RELATED BEHAVIOR IN INFANT RHESUS MACAQUES (Macaca mulatta)

K. Herman, M. Schwandt, A. Ruggiero, C. S. Barr, S. J. Suomi[32]
  Association of Self Injurious Behavior in Rhesus Macaques with a Polymorphism in the Tryptophan Hydroxylase 2 Gene but not with a Polymorphism in the Serotonin Transporter Promoter

J. A. Henderson, K. Coleman, C. L. Bethea[33]
  Habitat disturbance and genetic variability of populations of black howler monkey (Alouatta pigra) in Campeche, Mexico: implications for conservation

M. Amendola Pimenta, V. Rico-Gray, D. Piñero Dalmau[34]
  Genetic Assessment of the Tibetan Macaques (Macaca thibetana) at Huangshan National Reserve, Anhui, China

D. Xia, J. Li, R. C. Kyes, Y. Zhu, S. Street, B. Ferguson[35]
          Human Evolution/Anatomy/Growth
  Evolutionary changes in cortical neuromodulator innervation within the frontal cortex of humans, chimpanzees, and macaque monkeys

M. A. Raghanti, C. C. Sherwood, P. R. Hof, J. M. Erwin[36]
          Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
  Early adverse rearing experiences alter sleep-wake patterns and basal cortisol levels in juvenile rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta)

C. E. Barrett, P. Noble, E. Hanson, D. S. Pine, J. T. Winslow, E. E. Nelson[37]
  Development of infant-mother independence in Macaca mulatta housed in modified nuclear-family housing

E. K. Mallott, M. F. S. X. Novak, K. L. Robbins, C. S. Ionica, M. L. Miller, E. A. Kerschner, S. J. Suomi[38]
  HAIR CORTISOL CONCENTRATIONS IN TONKEAN (Macaca tonkeana) AND RHESUS (M. mulatta) MACAQUES, TWO SPECIES WITH DIFFERENT LEVELS OF SOCIAL TOLERANCE

K. Jani, A. M. Dettmer, S. J. Suomi, M. F. S. X. Novak, B. Thierry, A. Timme, J. S. Meyer, M. A. Novak[39]
  Consistency in Behavioral Responsiveness from Infancy to Adulthood

E. C. Sullivan, J. P. Capitanio[40]
  Temperament and Daytime Sleep/Wake States in Neonatal Rhesus Macaques

D. B. Kay, J. D. Higley, M. Marsiske, S. J. Suomi[41]
  Offspring Responses to Mothers' Resumption of Estrus in Rhesus Monkeys (Macaca mulatta)

J. Vandeleest, J. Capitanio[42]
  biological AND adoptive mother-infant RELATIONSHIPS ACROSS THE FIRST SIX MONTHS OF LIFE: MORE DYADIC CONFLICT, INFANT WITHDRAWAL, AND ANXIETY IN adoptive DYADS

R. A. Flygare, K. N. Graham*, M. L. Schwandt, S. G. Lindell, C. S. Barr, S. J. Suomi, J. Higley[43]
          Learning/Cognition/Language
  Macaques (Macaca silenus) Recognize Pictures of Food

R. M. Wright, J. Bohrman, L. Kurdziel, P. Judge[45]
  Juvenile pigtailed macaques' (Macaca nemestrina) performance errors on a spatial search task: differentiating between working memory and inhibitory control

S. E. Ward, D. J. Mandell[46]
  Gender differences on set-shifting and fine motor function tasks in adult rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)

L. B. Kurdziel, J. E. Young, D. K. Ingram, J. A. Mattison[47]
  Basal Cortisol Levels Are Unrelated To Temperament In Rhesus Macaque Infants (Macaca mulatta)

A. M. Ruggiero, A. M. Dettmer, M. A. Novak, J. S. Meyer, S. J. Suomi[48]
  Macaques’ neonatal imitation responses depend on internal sensorimotor mechanisms and not on attentional factors

D. Hipp, A. Paukner, A. Ruggiero, P. F. Ferrari, S. J. Suomi[49]
          Neuroscience/Pharmacology
  Individual Differences in Biobehavioral Profiles may Impact Drug Results

S. Howell, M. Schwandt, J. Champagne, G. Westergaard, J. Higley[50]
  THE GREAT APE AGING PROJECT--EXPANDED (GAAP-E)

K. M. Arbenz-Smith, H. Heinsen, J. C. Arbenz-Smith, J. M. Erwin[51]
  Stability of central monoamine metabolite concentrations in adolescent chimpanzees

M. B. Fontenot, S. D. Breaux, S. L. Watson, G. M. Anderson[52]
  05:00 PM POSTER SYPOSIUM: Posters 54 - 56, PRIMATES IN EDUCATION
  05:00 PM When Primatologists Go Public: Applying “Best Practices” for Informal Science Education to Teaching the General Public about Primates

D. A. Smucny[53]
  05:00 PM Mentors and Monkeys: Engaging minority middle school girls in scientific exploration

S. Evans, C. K. Wolovich[54]
  05:00 PM Motivating a new generation of primatologists: the Lincoln Park Zoo’s Exploring Ape Behavior Program

M. W. Foster, S. A. Linick, M. S. Milstein, K. E. Wagner, S. W. Margulis, S. R. Ross, E. V. Lonsdorf[55]
          Social Behavior
  Hair Cortisol Concentrations Predict Infant Social Behavior in Differently-Reared Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta)

A. M. Dettmer, M. A. Novak, J. S. Meyer, S. J. Suomi[56]
  Battle of the sexes: cost assymetry explains female dominance in lemurs

A. E. Dunham[58]
  06:00 PM-08:00 PM: Execitive Committee Meeting (Executive Board Room)
  Friday, June 20, 2008 : Day 3
  08:00 AM-08:15 AM: Opening remarks and introductions (Meeting Room 2DEF)
  08:15 AM-09:15 AM: FEATURED SPEAKER: DISTINGUISHED PRIMATOLOGIST ADDRESS by Jeanne Altmann -- A window onto their lives and life histories: Looking from the sky to under the skin to understand wild primates (Meeting Room 2DEF)  [59]
  09:15 AM-09:30 AM: - - - Break - - - (Ball Rooms A and B)
  09:30 AM-12:00 AM: Session 5: Statistics for Primatologists Workshop (Meeting Room 1GHI)
Moderator: Jim Sackett
  09:30 AM The Ugly, the Bad, and the Good of Missing and Dropout Data in Analysis and Sample Size Selection

K. Muller[60]
  09:30 AM-12:00 PM: Session 6: Conservation Workshop (Meeting Room 1DE)
Moderator: Chris Kuhar
  09:30 AM People, Projects, and Poverty: ASP and the Human Element in Conservation

C. Kuhar, K. Leighty[61]
  09:30 AM-12:00 PM: Session 7: Colony management, feeding and nutrition (Meeting Room 2DEF)
Session Chair: Stephen Ross
  09:30 AM Cheek pouch use in Macaca mulatta: tests of the feeding competition and multitasking hypotheses

D. L. Hannibal[62]
  09:45 AM DIFFERENTIAL BEHAVIOR PATTERNS IN ZOO-HOUSED APES (PAN TROGLODYTES AND GORILLA GORILLA) BETWEEN EXHIBITS AND HOLDING: EFFECTS ON WELFARE ASSESSMENT

S. R. Ross, K. E. Wagner[63]
  10:00 AM Digestive Retention Time in Tantalus Monkeys (Chlorocebus tantalus)

J. Wallis, F. Agmen, H. Chapman[64]
  10:15 AM Fractures Associated with Breeding in a Colony of SPF Cynomolgus Macaques (Macaca fascicularis)

S. Howell, A. Saucedo, K. Rivas, M. Daniel, J. Larin, J. Wagner[65]
  10:30 AM Temperament Predicts Training Success in Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta)

A. W. Clay, M. A. Bloomsmith, M. J. Marr, T. L. Maple[66]
  12:00 PM-02:00 PM: Session 8: Student Luncheon Workshop: Getting Published (Ball Rooms A and B)
  12:00 PM Successful secrets of simian scripts: Publishing before you perish

J. Higley, C. S. Barr, P. A. Garber[67]
  12:05 PM-02:00 PM: - - - Lunch Break - - - (On Your Own)
Enjoy all the West Palm Beach has to offer
  02:00 PM-03:00 PM: KEYNOTE ADDRESS FEATURING: Peter Nathanielsz -- Fetal development - the key to lifetime health: The importance of studies in the nonhuman primate fetus (Meeting Room 2DEF)  [68]
  03:00 PM-03:15 PM: - - - Break - - - (Ball Rooms A and B)
  03:15 PM-05:00 PM: Session 9: Colony Management and Enrichment (Meeting Room 2DEF)
Session Chair: Elaine Videan
  03:15 PM The Development of a New Nonhuman Primate Facility: The Mannheimer Foundation, Inc. at Haman Ranch

J. Wagner, S. Howell, J. Larin, L. Woodrum, A. Gordon, P. Morales[69]
  03:30 PM PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (Pan troglodytes) TO GROUND TRANSPORT AND RELOCATION

S. P. Lambeth, P. N. Nehete, J. K. Sastry, J. Hau, S. J. Schapiro[70]
  03:45 PM Wounding incidence in isosexual pairs of adult rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) during introduction and in varying pair housing conditions

B. C. Oettinger, K. C. Baker, K. Neu, C. Griffis, V. Schoof, M. Maloney, A. Clay, M. Bloomsmith[71]
  04:00 PM Benefits of isosexual pairing of rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) vary with sex and are limited by protected contact but not by frequent separation

K. C. Baker, M. Bloomsmith, K. Neu, C. Griffis, B. Oettinger, V. Schoof, A. Clay, M. Maloney[72]
  04:15 PM Behavioral benefits of pair housing in adult rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) do not depend on age, previous duration of single housing, or naturalistic rearing

M. Bloomsmith, K. C. Baker, K. Neu, C. Griffis, B. Oettinger, V. Schoof, A. Clay, M. Maloney[73]
  04:30 PM Emergence of Natural Behaviors in Sanctuary Chimpanzees (Pan Troglodytes)

A. Fultz, L. Brent [74]
  04:45 PM Observational methods for monitoring abnormal behavior in caged macaques

J. M. Sullivan, K. K. Schultz, M. J. Heinecke, R. J. Colman, K. C. Baker[75]
  03:15 PM-05:00 PM: Session 10: Infant Development / Maternal Behavior (Meeting Room 1GHI)
Session Chair: Katherine Hinde
  03:30 PM Serotonin Transporter Expression is Predicted by Maternal Aggression and is Associated with Disinhibited Behavior in Infant Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta)

E. L. Kinnally, E. Tarara, W. A. Mason, K. Abel, S. P. Mendoza, J. P. Capitanio[77]
  03:45 PM Maternal androgen levels during pregnancy are associated with early-life growth and aggressive behavior of offspring in Geoffroy’s marmosets (Callithrix geoffroyi)

A. S. Smith, J. A. French[78]
  04:00 PM PARENTAL CARE INFLUENCES ON PUBERTAL TIMING IN FEMALE WIED’S BLACK TUFTED-EAR MARMOSET (CALLITHRIX KUHLII)

S. A. Matthews, J. A. French[79]
  04:15 PM The long-term impact of maternal maltreatment on affiliative, aggressive, and defensive behavior in rhesus macaques

A. P. Grand, N. T. Sawyer, D. Maestripieri, M. M. Sanchez, K. M. McCormack[80]
  04:45 PM Long-term HPA Profile Predicts Object Permanence Performance in Infant Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta)

A. M. Dettmer, M. F. S. X. Novak, S. J. Suomi, M. A. Novak[82]
  03:15 PM-04:45 PM: Session 11: Ecology, feeding and nutrition (Meeting Room 1DE)
Session Chair: Frances White
  03:15 PM Captive owl monkeys respond to novel flavors with neophobia, discrimination, and food sharing

S. B. Hooff, C. K. Wolovich[83]
  03:30 PM The effect of feeding competition and co-feeding on grooming exchanges among female baboons (Papio anubis)

R. E. Frank[84]
  04:00 PM An evaluation of the potential long-term effects of radio-collars on the reproduction and demography of owl monkeys (Aotus azarai) in Formosa, Argentina

C. P. Juarez, W. J. Berg, E. Fernandez-Duque[86]
  04:15 PM VARIATION OVER TIME IN GROOMING KIN BIAS AMONG WILD FEMALE TIBETAN MACAQUES (MACACA THIBETANA HUANGSHANENSIS) ON HUANGSHAN, CHINA, SUPPORTS THE TIME CONSTRAINTS HYPOTHESIS

C. M. Berman, H. Ogawa, C. S. Ionica, H. Yin, J. Li[87]
  04:30 PM The abundance, distribution and habitat use of the introduced patas monkey (Erythrocebus patas) population in Puerto Rico

M. Massanet, J. Chism[88]
  05:00 PM-07:00 PM: Session 12: Poster Session (Ball Rooms A and B)
          Biomedicine
  Relations among body composition, activity, hematology, and age in male common marmosets: toward a model of frailty

C. N. Ross, S. Tardif, K. Davis, G. Dobek, K. Brasky[89]
          Colony Management/Enrichment
  SEX DIFFERENCES IN RESPONSE TO RELOCATION STRESS IN GARNETT’S BUSHBABY

S. L. Watson, D. B. Hanbury, E. Thornton, M. B. Fontenot[90]
  Successful Elimination of Self-Injurious Behavior (SIB) in a Chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes):  A Case Study Using a Combination of Risperidone and Environmental Enrichment

E. N. Videan, J. Ely, M. Lammey, D. Hernandez[91]
  Longitudinal Comparison of Rates of Species-typical Behavior of Chimpanzees (PAN TROGLODYTES) in an Enriched Laboratory Environment

S. P. Leland, A. M. West, C. K. Shaver, W. L. Wagner, A. L. Cook, J. M. Erwin[92]
  Behavioral Correlates of Alopecia Severity in Laboratory Rhesus Macaques (MACACA MULATTA)

A. M. West, S. P. Leland, M. A. Lorence, T. M. Welty, W. L. Wagner, J. M. Erwin[93]
          Conservation
  Tropical rain forest fragmentation and social interactions in young howler monkeys (Alouatta palliata)

C. Jasso, A. Estrada[94]
  The effects of anthropogenic pressure on the behaviour and demography of the black howler monkey (Alouatta pigra) in south-eastern Mexico

G. Pozo-Montuy, J. C. Serio-Silva, Y. M. Bonilla-Sanchez[95]
  Demography of Alouatta pigra in threated habitat in south-eastern Mexico

Y. M. Bonilla-Sanchez, J. C. Serio-Silva, G. Pozo-Montuy, N. Bynum[96]
          Demography/Population Studies
  Self directed behaviors, tourist density and proximity in a free living population of Tibetan macaques (Macaca thibetana) at an ecotourism destination in Anhui Province, China

T. A. Yenter, M. D. Matheson, L. K. Sheeran, J. Li, R. S. Wagner[97]
          Ecology
  Dry Season Ranging Behavior and Intergroup Relations in White-Faced Capuchins (Cebus capucinus) at Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica

N. Parr, F. Campos, A. Childers, L. Fedigan, K. Jack[98]
  Gastrointestinal parasites of owl monkeys (Aotus azarai) living in edge and non-edge territories in a gallery forest in Northern Argentina

J. P. Perea-Rodriguez, A. M. Milano, E. Fernandez-Duque, B. E. Osherov[99]
  Preliminary study of gastrointestinal helminths in howler monkeys (Alouatta palliata) living in a cacao plantation in southern Mexico

G. Trejo-Macías, A. Estrada, M. Á. Mosqueda Cabrera[100]
          Feeding/Nutrition
  Is it worth the risk? Novel food presentation affects behavior in captive owl monkeys (Aotus spp.)

R. M. Hores, C. K. Wolovich, S. Evans[101]
          Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
  A description of developmental changes in socially-housed bonnet macaque (Macaca radiata) mother–infant interactions

M. L. Laudenslager, C. Natvig, B. Giura, T. Chavanne, M. W. Blevins, A. J. Bennett[76]
          Learning/Cognition/Language
  Sensorimotor intelligence in aye-ayes and other lemurs: A puzzle box approach

L. J. Digby, M. Haley, A. C. Schneider, I. del Valle[102]
  Imitation recognition in capuchin monkeys

A. Paukner, M. E. Huntsberry, P. F. Ferrari, S. J. Suomi[103]
  Association between the self-directed behavior of a zoo-living female chimpanzee and performance in a cognitive sequencing task

K. E. Wagner, S. R. Ross[104]
  Shared touch-panel tasks for pairs of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)

C. F. Martin, D. Biro, T. Matsuzawa[105]
  The relationship between cortisol and behavioral indicators of stress during cognitive computerized testing in chimpanzees (PAN TROGLODYTES)

M. R. Heintz, L. A. Parr[106]
  Captive ex-pet Macaca fascicularis use hair and dental floss to floss their teeth

M. D. Matheson, H. M. Mack, L. K. Sheeran, T. Yenter, P. Schulz[107]
  How capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) categorize visual images of themselves: In-group vs. out-group

J. J. Pokorny, F. B. de Waal[108]
  MANUAL MOTOR SKILL IS ASSOCIATED WITH ORO-FACIAL CONTROL OF VOCAL SIGNALS IN CHIMPANZEES (Pan troglodytes): IMPLICATIONS FOR THEORIES ON THE ORIGINS OF SPEECH

J. L. Russell, W. D. Hopkins[109]
  The Sound of One Hand Clapping: Further Evidence of Right-Handedness for Communicative Signaling in Captive Chimpanzees

A. Meguerditchian, M. J. Gardner, S. J. Schapiro, W. D. Hopkins[110]
          Social Behavior
  INFANT DEVELOPMENT IN A CAPTIVE WHITE-CHEEKED GIBBON (NOMASCUS LEUCOGENYS)

A. Poyas, T. Q. Bartlett[111]
  The development of termite-fishing skills in captive Western lowland gorilla infants (Gorilla gorilla gorilla)

S. A. Linick, E. V. Lonsdorf, S. R. Ross, M. S. Milstein[113]
  A comparison between chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) and gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) social tolerance at an artificial termite mound

M. S. Milstein, E. V. Lonsdorf, S. R. Ross, S. A. Linick[114]
  Vocal Behavior of Adult Titi Monkeys (Callicebus cupreus) in a Separation Paradigm

C. D. Kitzmann, D. E. Main, S. P. Mendoza, K. L. Bales[115]
  The number of males in the mona monkey groups in the Lama Forest of the Republic of Bénin

R. Matsuda Goodwin[116]
  Grooming behavior of Tibetan macaques (Macaca thibetana) in the presence of tourists at Mt. Huangshan, China

H. Mack, M. D. Matheson, L. K. Sheeran, J. H. Li, R. S. Wagner[117]
  EARLY LIFE STRESS AND TEMPERMENT PROVIDE INDICATORS OF NOVELTY SEEKING BEHAVIOR IN CHIMPANZEES (Pan troglodytes)

J. A. Schaeffer, J. L. Russell, W. D. Hopkins[118]
          Veterinary Medicine
  Enteritis Potentially Associated with Lawsonia intracellularis in a Population of Ring-tailed Lemurs on St. Catherines Island

C. Laughter, R. G. Lessnau, T. M. Norton[119]
  06:00 PM-08:00 PM: Board of Directors Meeting (Executive Board Room)
  Saturday, June 21, 2008 : Day 4
  08:00 AM-10:00 AM: Session 13: Ecology and Social Behavior (Meeting Room 2DEF)
Session Chair: Magaly Massanet
  08:15 AM Ecology and Activity profile of Hoolock gibbon in Arunachal Pradesh, India

J. Biswas, J. Das, A. Das, D. Chetry, P. C. Bhattacharjee[121]
  08:30 AM What distinguishes “follower” males from "nonfollower" males in olive baboons (Papio hamadryas anubis) in Kenya?

L. M. Danish, R. A. Palombit[122]
  08:45 AM Free-ranging alpha male chimpanzee grooming patterns in Gombe National Park, Tanzania: implications for dominance ‘style’

M. W. Foster, I. C. Gilby, C. M. Murray, A. Johnson, A. E. Pusey[123]
  09:00 AM Owl monkeys don't just give a hoot: preferred food elicits trills

C. K. Wolovich, S. Hooff, S. Evans[124]
  09:15 AM Aggression and habituation toward humans in two troops of Tibetan macaques (Macaca thibetana) at Mt. Huangshan, China

A. M. Jones, M. D. Matheson, L. K. Sheeran, J. H. Li, R. S. Wagner[125]
  09:30 AM Instability in male dominance rankings in the ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta) during mating contexts: Effects of female sexual behavior, male pre-breeding season rank, and male familiarity

J. A. Parga[126]
  09:45 AM BEHAVIORAL ADAPTATION TO SOCIAL RANK CHANGE IN ADULT FEMALE Macaca fascicularis

C. A. Shively, T. C. Register, S. L. Willard[127]
  10:00 AM - - - Break - - -
  08:00 AM-10:00 AM: Session 14: Learning, Cognition and Language (Meeting Room 1GHI)
Session Chair: Bill Hopkins
  08:00 AM The effects of early care on joint attention in Pan, Gorilla, and Pongo

C. Pitman, R. Shumaker[128]
  08:15 AM Sex differences in mirror self-recognition in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)

W. Hopkins[129]
  08:30 AM Processing Spatial Information from 2-Dimensional Stimuli in Rhesus Monkeys (Macaca mulatta)

B. J. Kelly, M. A. Novak[130]
  08:45 AM Capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) learn to point with a laser

B. W. Stone, C. R. Menzel, T. A. Evans, J. Benoit, D. M. Fragaszy[131]
  09:00 AM The rank ordering problem in primate foraging

C. R. Menzel, E. W. Menzel, jr., J. W. Kelley, B. Chan, T. A. Evans, B. W. Stone[132]
  09:15 AM INTERINDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN NEONATAL IMITATION AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF ACTION CHAINS IN RHESUS MACAQUES

P. Ferrari, A. Paukner, A. Ruggiero, L. Darcey, S. Unbehagen, S. J. Suomi[133]
  09:30 AM IMITATION OF FACIAL EXPRESSIONS BY NEONATAL PIGTAILED MONKEYS (Macaca nemestrina)

G. Sackett, K. Thomas, C. Kenney[134]
  09:45 AM Reversal-learning perseveration correlates to repetitive behavior in nonhuman primates

P. G. Judge, D. W. Evans, K. K. Schroepfer, A. C. Gross[135]
  10:15 AM-12:00 PM: Session 15: Ecology and Social Behavior (Meeting Room 2DEF)
Session Chair: Darlene Smucny
  10:15 AM BEHAVIORAL AND ENDOCRINE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ovarian cycle IN BLACK HOWLER MONKEYS (ALOUATTA PIGRA)

S. Van Belle, A. Estrada, T. E. Ziegler, K. B. Strier[136]
  10:30 AM The importance of shape in primate sexual swellings: evidence from wild chacma baboons (Tsaobis Leopard Park, Namibia) and free-ranging mandrills (CIRMF, Gabon)

E. Huchard, J. Benavides, J. M. Setchell, M. J. Charpentier, L. A. Knapp, G. Cowlishaw, M. Raymond[137]
  10:45 AM Intercommunity relations in bonobos: why no lethal raiding?

F. J. White, M. T. Waller[138]
  11:00 AM To See or not to See: Factors Affecting Captive Capuchin Visibility (Cebus apella robustus)

S. M. Dampier[139]
  11:15 AM Dominance rank influences space use in wild female chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes): Towards an ideal despotic distribution

C. M. Murray, S. V. Mane, A. E. Pusey[140]
  11:30 AM Distribution and Status of Hoolock gibbon in Arunachal Pradesh, India and its Conservation

J. Biswas, J. Das, D. K. Borah, A. Das[141]
  11:45 AM Contagious yawning in response to computer animations by chimpanzees

M. W. Campbell, J. D. Carter, D. Proctor, F. de Waal[142]
  10:15 AM-11:30 AM: Session 16: Social Behavior (Meeting Room 1GHI)
Session Chair: Evan Zucker
  10:15 AM The importance of host age and sex to the distribution of helminth parasites infecting free-ranging Yaku-Island macaques (Macaca fuscata yakui)

A. J. MacIntosh, A. D. Hernandez, M. A. Huffman[143]
  10:30 AM Acoustic Characteristics of the Vocalizations of Mantled Howler Monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in the Fragmented Low-Land Forests of Honduras

C. A. Bustos, L. D. Corkum, K. Y. Slater, D. J. Mennill[144]
  10:45 AM Proximities and Interindividual Distances Following Male Replacement in a Zoo-living Group of Orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus)

E. L. Zucker[145]
  11:00 AM The enigma of sexual size monomorphism in strepsirrhines: A new explanation

A. E. Dunham, V. Rudolf[146]
  11:15 AM Hoot Calling in Owl Monkeys (Aotus azarai) of Argentina: Sex Differences and Function

C. D. Depeine, M. Rotundo, C. P. Juarez, E. Fernandez-Duque[147]
  11:45 AM-01:30 PM: - - - Lunch Break - - - (On Your Own)
Enjoy all that West Palm Beach has to offer
  01:30 PM-03:00 PM: ASP Business Meeting - recommended for all members (Meeting Room 2DEF)
  03:00 PM-03:30 PM: Silent auction for conservation closes (Ball Rooms A and B)
Or the end of the business meeting -- which ever comes second --
  03:30 PM-06:00 PM: Visit the Zoo (Palm Beach Zoo)
  06:00 PM-01:00 AM: CLOSING BANQUET AWARDS AND RECOGNITION CEREMONY (Palm Beach Zoo)