The Thirty-second Meeting of the American Society of Primatologists Scientific Program

  Thursday, September 17, 2009 : Pre-Conference
  09:00 AM-03:00 PM: TEACHING PRIMATOLOGY WORKSHOP, Organizers - ASP Education Committee (Doyle Elementary School)
  09:00 AM PRIMATOLOGY IN THE CLASSROOM

C. N. Ross, .. ASP Education Committee[1]
  Friday, September 18, 2009 : Day 1
  08:00 AM-11:00 AM: CONSERVATION EDUCATION WORKSHOP, Organizer - Christopher Kuhar (Ventana Room)
  08:00 AM DEVELOPING AND EVALUATING FOR EFFECTIVE IN-SITU CONSERVATION EDUCATION PROGRAMS

C. W. Kuhar, F. L. Dolins, T. L. Bettinger[2]
  10:00 AM-06:00 PM: REGISTRATION (Suite 612)
  01:00 PM-05:00 PM: STANDING AND AD HOC COMMITTEE MEETINGS (Suite 612)
  01:00 PM Education Committee: Cory Ross, Chair -- Bahia Belle I
  01:00 PM Publications Committee: Jeff French, Chair -- Bahia Belle II
  01:00 PM Research and Development Committee: Charlie Menzel, Chair -- Pacific Room
  01:00 PM Membership and Finance: Karen Bales, Chair -- Marina Room
  01:00 PM Program Committee: Matt Novak, Chair -- Meet at Registration Desk
  01:00 PM Awards and Recognition Committee: Russ Tuttle, Chair -- La Jolla Room
  03:00 PM Conservation Committee: Kim Phillips, Chair -- Meet at Registration Desk
  03:00 PM History and Records Committee [Ad Hoc]: Gabe Lubach, Chair -- Meet at Registration Desk
  03:30 PM Media and Information Committee [Ad Hoc]: John Capitanio, Chair -- Bahia Belle II
  04:00 PM-05:30 PM: ASP Past President's Reception -- Hosted by Randall C. Kyes (President's Suite)
  04:00 PM-06:00 PM: -- ASP Silent Auction for Conservation and Exhibitors -- Setup (Mission Bay Ballroom CDE)
  06:00 PM-08:00 PM: OPENING RECEPTION (The Pond)
  Saturday, September 19, 2009 : Day 2
  07:00 AM-07:30 AM: Light Breakfast available (Mission Bay Ballroom CDE)
  07:30 AM-08:00 AM: PROGRAM COMMENCEMENT - Welcome to ASP 2009 -- Introductions and Announcements (Mission Bay Ballroom AB)
  08:00 AM-09:00 AM: KEYNOTE ADDRESS (Mission Bay Ballroom AB)
  08:00 AM SOCIAL CONTEXTS OF PRIMATE CONSERVATION: POPULATION, POVERTY AND GLOBALIZATION

A. Estrada[3]
  09:00 AM-09:15 AM: -- BREAK -- (Mission Bay Ballroom Foyer)
  09:15 AM-12:00 PM: Session 1: FIELD PRIMATOLOGY OF TODAY: NAVIGATING THE ETHICAL LANDSCAPE, Organizers - Erin Riley and Katherine MacKinnon [4:2587] (Mission Bay Ballroom AB)
  09:15 AM FIELD PRIMATOLOGY OF TODAY: NAVIGATING THE ETHICAL LANDSCAPE

E. P. Riley, K. C. MacKinnon[4]
  09:30 AM ASKING THE RELEVANT QUESTIONS: ETHICAL ISSUES IN FIELD PRIMATOLOGY

L. M. Fedigan[5]
  09:45 AM INTERNATIONAL FIELD TRAINING IN PRIMATE CONSERVATION BIOLOGY

R. C. Kyes, E. Iskandar, J. Pamungkas, J. Onibala, M. K. Chalise, J. -H Li, M. M. Feeroz, T. Sutthipat, N. Aggimarangsee, P. K. Vwirasihikya, J. C. Serio Silva[6]
  10:00 AM LONG-TERM FIELD STUDIES: POSITIVE IMPACTS AND UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES

K. B. Strier[7]
  10:15 AM - 10:30 AM -- DISCUSSION / BREAK --
  10:30 AM PUTTING THE COMMUNITY BACK IN COMMUNITY ECOLOGY AND EDUCATION

P. A. Garber, A. Molina, R. Molina[8]
  10:45 AM ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR FIELD-BASED INVESTIGATIONS OF PRIMATE DISEASE

T. R. Gillespie, I. B. Rwego, F. H. Leendertz, D. Travis[9]
  11:00 AM SUBJECTS OF KNOWLEDGE AND CONTROL IN PRIMATE FIELD STUDIES

N. Malone, F. J. White, A. Fuentes[10]
  11:15 AM ETHICS OF FIELD RESEARCH IN MADAGASCAR.

P. C. Wright, B. A. Andriamihaja[11]
  11:30 AM -- Discussion -- Katherine C. MacKinnon
  09:15 AM-12:00 PM: Session 2: Colony Management and Enrichment, Chair: Stephen Ross (Shell Room)
  09:15 AM BEHAVIORAL CONTRASTS BETWEEN CHINESE-ORIGIN AND INDIAN-ORIGIN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) IN A CAGED LABORATORY SETTING

K. C. Baker, R. U. Bellanca, M. A. Bloomsmith, K. Coleman, C. M. Crockett, A. Maier, B. McCowan, J. E. Perlman[12]
  09:30 AM ASSESSMENT OF EFFICACY OF THREE TYPES OF FORAGING ENRICHMENT IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

D. H. Gottlieb, L. Tatum, S. Ghirardo, A. Cameron, B. McCowan[13]
  09:45 AM COMPARISON OF INTRODUCTION STRATEGIES: GRADUAL VS PROTECTED CONTACT IN MACAQUES

J. Sullivan, K. Schultz, N. Goecks, M. Rosga, C. Cruzen[14]
  10:00 AM BEHAVIORAL RESPONSE OF RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) TO ROUTINE CAGE WASHING PROCEDURES

J. McMillan, J. E. Perlman, A. L. Martin, M. A. Bloomsmith[15]
  10:15 AM - 10:30 AM -- DISCUSSION / BREAK --
  10:45 AM INTERACTIONS BETWEEN INDIGENOUS WILDLIFE AND FOUR SPECIES OF ZOO-HOUSED APES IN NORTH AMERICA: PATTERNS OF AGGRESSION AND HUNTING

S. R. Ross, E. V. Lonsdorf, A. N. Holmes[17]
  11:00 AM TRANSFER OF FOOD PREFERENCES TO PHOTOGRAPHS IN CAPTIVE WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA)

A. W. Clay, B. Perdue, T. L. Maple, M. A. Bloomsmith[18]
  11:15 AM COMPARISONS OF CAPTIVE REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS OF PYGMY AND SLOW LORISES (NYCTICEBUS PYGMAEUS AND NYCTICEBUS SPP. ) THROUGH ANALYSIS OF STUDBOOK RECORDS

H. Fitch-Snyder[19]
  09:15 AM-12:00 PM: Session 3: Learning, Cognition and Language, Chair: Charles Menzel (Del Mar Room)
  09:15 AM EYE PREFERENCE IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES

S. Braccini, S. P. Lambeth, S. J. Schapiro, W. T. Fitch[20]
  09:30 AM SEQUENCING PERFORMANCE AND ERROR TRENDS IN ZOOLOGICALLY-MANAGED GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA) AND CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

K. E. Wagner, S. R. Ross[21]
  09:45 AM ARE YOU MOCKING ME? CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) UNDERSTAND WHEN THEY ARE BEING IMITATED

J. L. Russell, J. A. Schaeffer, W. D. Hopkins[22]
  10:00 AM CHIMPANZEE MEMORY: WHERE DOES RECOGNITION LEAVE OFF AND RECALL BEGIN?

C. R. Menzel[23]
  10:15 AM - 10:30 AM -- DISCUSSION / BREAK --
  10:30 AM THE RUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE: CHIMPANZEE VOCALIZATIONS VS. MANUAL GESTURES

J. P. Taglialatela, W. D. Hopkins[24]
  10:45 AM WORD RECOGNITION IN THE ABSENCE OF TRADITIONAL ACOUSTIC CUES BY A LANGUAGE-TRAINED CHIMPANZEE (PAN TROGLODYTES)

L. A. Heimbauer, M. J. Beran, M. J. Owren[25]
  11:00 AM NURTURE, NOT NATURE, DETERMINES COMPREHENSION OF DECLARATIVE COMMUNICATION IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) AND BONOBOS (PAN PANISCUS)

H. Lyn, J. L. Russell, W. D. Hopkins[26]
  11:15 AM WHY APES POINT: THE COMMUNICATIVE USE OF POINTING GESTURES IN ENCULTURATED BONOBOS, PAN PANISCUS

J. Pedersen, P. Segerdahl, P. Segerdahl, W. M. Fields[27]
  11:30 AM A PROBABILISTIC MAP OF THE BROCA'S AREA HOMOLOG IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES): GREY MATTER ASYMMETRY CORRELATES WITH ORO-FACIAL MOTOR CONTROL

W. Hopkins, J. Taglailatela, T. Nir[28]
  11:45 AM INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN MOTOR PLANNING IN RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

E. L. Nelson, C. M. Metevier, M. A. Novak[29]
  12:00 PM-01:30 PM: AJP Editorial Board Luncheon (La Jolla Room)
  12:00 PM-01:30 PM: Lunch (on your own)
  01:30 PM-04:30 PM: Session 4: UNDERSTANDING EMOTION IN PRIMATES: IN HONOR OF DARWIN'S 200TH BIRTHDAY, Organizer - Dorothy Fragaszy [30] (Mission Bay Ballroom AB)  [30]
  01:30 PM ANCESTRAL MEMORIES: THE AFFECTIVE SIDE OF BASIC BRAIN EMOTIONAL SYSTEMS WITH A FOCUS ON SEPARATION DISTRESS (SADNESS) AND PLAYFULNESS (SOCIAL JOY)

J. Panksepp[31]
  02:30 PM - 2:45 PM -- DISCUSSION / BREAK --
  02:45 PM INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN EMOTIONALITY: TEMPERAMENT AND HEALTH

J. Capitanio[32]
  03:10 PM EMOTIONS, STRESS, AND PARENTING BEHAVIOR IN NONHUMAN PRIMATES

D. Maestripieri[33]
  03:35 PM UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF EMOTION IN SOCIAL COGNITION

K. A. Bard[34]
  04:00 PM HEAR ME, FEEL ME: THE DUAL ROLES OF EMOTION IN VOCALIZATIONS OF NONHUMAN AND HUMAN PRIMATES

M. J. Owren[35]
  05:00 PM-07:00 PM: Executive Committee Meeting (La Jolla Room)
  06:30 PM-09:00 PM: Session 5: Poster Session (Mission Bay Ballroom CDE)
          Colony Management/Enrichment
  DO RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) PREFERENTIALLY INCORPORATE NOISY OBJECTS IN THREAT DISPLAYS?

S. P. Leland, A. M. West, F. S. Muhammad, W. L. Wagner, A. L. Cook, J. M. Erwin[36]
  PAIR-FORMATION IN LABORATORY RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA): A RETROSPECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF A COMPATIBILITY TESTING PROCEDURE.

A. M. West, S. P. Leland, M. W. Collins, T. M. Welty, W. L. Wagner, J. M. Erwin[37]
  IMPACTS OF EMIGRATION IN A CAPTIVE GORILLA GROUP

C. W. Kuhar, M. Maloney, R. Phillips, J. McNary[38]
  SELF INJURY AND THE INTRUDER CHALLENGE PARADIGM: A COMPARATIVE STUDY EXAMINING GENOTYPE, HORMONAL, AND BEHAVIORAL INTERACTIONS IN LABORATORY RHESUS MACAQUES

S. M. Day, J. M. Pingel, M. L. Schwandt, S. G. Lindell, E. Davis, C. S. Barr, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[39]
          Conservation
  THE ENDEMIC SEVEN: THREE DECADES OF FIELD RESEARCH ON THE SULAWESI MACAQUES (MACACA SPP.)

E. P. Riley, R. Babo[40]
          Ecology
  PROFICIENCY OF NUT-CRACKING IN WILD BEARDED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS LIBIDINOSUS)

T. Pickering, D. Fragaszy, Q. Liu, E. Visalberghi, E. Ottoni, P. Izar[41]
  MANTLED HOWLER MONKEY (ALOUATTA PALLIATA) MATURE LEAF CHOICE IN RELATION TO CONDENSED TANNIN CONTENT AT SANTA ROSA, COSTA RICA

B. J. Welker[42]
  BROMELIAD USE IN WILD GOLDEN-HEADED LION TAMARINS (LEONTOPITHECUS CHRYSOMELAS): CONTINUED EVIDENCE OF THEIR MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL RELATIONSHIP

B. E. Raboy, T. Fontoura[43]
  MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF A BROWN LEMUR HYBRID ZONE (EULEMUR RUFIFRONS X E. CINEREICEPS) IN SOUTHEASTERN MADAGASCAR

K. E. Delmore, E. E. Louis Jr., S. E. Johnson[44]
  SPATIAL FEATURES OF SAVANNA-WOODLAND LANDSCAPES IMPACT CHIMPANZEE DISTRIBUTION

S. M. Lindshield, M. D. Ervin[45]
  MEDICINAL SUBSTANCE SELECTION: CONTINUITY BETWEEN HUMAN AND NONHUMAN ANIMALS

M. Baker[46]
  TUFTED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS WITH LOOSE OBJECTS AND A LOOSE SUBSTRATE: EXPLORATION AND EXCAVATION

D. M. Fragaszy, A. Takimoto, K. Fujita[47]
          Endocrinology
  BIOLOGICAL AND ADOPTIVE MOTHER-INFANT RELATIONSHIPS OF LABORATORY-REARED RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA) ACROSS THE FIRST SIX MONTHS OF LIFE: ADOPTIVE MOTHERS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON INFANTS' CORTISOL AND ACTH LEVELS

B. B. Jones, B. Stringfellow, W. Dennis, T. Tate, M. L. Schwandt, S. G. Lindell, C. S. Barr, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[48]
          Feeding/Nutrition
  SALIVA COMPOSITION OF THEROPITHECUS GELADA REFLECTS THE SPECIALIZATION TO GRAMINIVOROUS DIET

M. Mau, K. H. Südekum, A. Johann, A. Sliwa, T. M. Kaiser[49]
  TANA RIVER, KENYA, YELLOW BABOON (PAPIO CYNOCEPHALUS) DIET: COMPARISON OF NUTRITIONAL DATA FOR FOREST VS. SAVANNAH FOOD SPECIES

V. Bentley-Condit, M. Power[50]
  EFFECTS OF MODERATE MATERNAL NUTRIENT RESTRICTION ON STRESS BEHAVIORS IN CAPTIVE BABOONS (PAPIO HAMADRYAS ANUBIS)

L. E. Overbaugh, M. Nijland, K. Keenan, P. Nathanielsz, A. Poyas, H. Nevill, T. Bartlett[51]
  THE MILK COLLECTION OF THE SMITHSONIAN NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK

M. L. Power, M. Maslanka[52]
          Genetics
  ASSESSMENT OF INBREEDING AVOIDANCE IN SOCIAL GROUPS OF TOQUE MACAQUES WITH NON-DISPERSING MALES

K. Becker, W. Dittus, R. Kumarasingha, P. Nürnberg[53]
          Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
  DIFFERENTIAL PREGNANCY EXPERIENCES AND POSTNATAL OUTCOMES MAY INDICATE INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN FETAL RESPONSES TO MATERNAL PSYCHOLOGICAL CHALLENGE IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

N. A. Bowling, E. K. Mallott, M. F. S. X. Novak, M. L. Miller, G. P. Sackett, S. J. Suomi, K. L. Robbins, C. S. Ionica[54]
  EFFECTS OF PREMATURE MATERNAL REJECTION ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF LABORATORY-REARED RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

A. Bassett, M. L. Schwandt, S. G. Lindell, C. S. Barr, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[55]
  DIFFERENT DEVELOPMENTAL OUTCOMES FOLLOWING LABORATORY REARING BY BIOLOGICAL OR ADOPTIVE MOTHERS: MATERNAL INFLUENCE ON BEHAVIORAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO SEPARATION STRESS IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

A. N. Sorenson, W. F. Maxwell, M. L. Schwandt, C. S. Barr, S. J. Suomi, J. Higley[56]
  ONTOGENY AND BEHAVIOR OF THE MILNE-EDWARDS' SIFAKA (PROPITHECUS EDWARDSI)

T. A. Clarke, G. X. Razanatsila, P. C. Wright[57]
          Learning/Cognition/Language
  DEVELOPMENT OF SPATIAL PLANNING BY CAPUCHINS (CEBUS APELLA) TO COMPLETE TWO-DIMENSIONAL MAZES: EVALUATING THE EFFECTS OF PRACTICE

J. Pan, D. Dorothy Fragaszy, E. H. Kennedy, T. Pickering[58]
  SOCIAL LEARNING AND DIFFUSION OF NOVEL FORAGING TASKS IN ORANGUTANS (PONGO PYGMAEUS X PONGO ABELII)

M. Dindo, T. Stoinski, F. Subiaul, A. Whiten[59]
  GAZE FOLLOWING IN BROWN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS: A COMPARISON OF SCORING METHODS

S. Bower, A. Paukner, S. J. Suomi[60]
  SYMBOLIC QUANTITY DISCRIMINATION AND SUMMATION IN CAPTIVE WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA)

T. L. Vratanina, D. I. Sharpe[61]
  ACQUISITION OF NUT-CRACKING BEHAVIORS IN A GROUP OF ZOO-LIVING CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

S. E. Calcutt, M. S. Milstein, S. R. Ross, E. V. Lonsdorf[62]
  THE INTERACTION BETWEEN HAND PREFERENCE AND HAND PERFORMANCE: DATA FROM RHESUS MONKEYS AND HUMAN INFANTS

E. L. Nelson, N. E. Berthier, A. M. Locantore, M. A. Novak[63]
  HOW DO SOCIAL CUES AFFECT CHIMPANZEE PERFORMANCE IN A SYMBOLIC MATCHING-TO-SAMPLE TASK?

C. F. Martin, B. Dora, T. Matsuzawa[64]
  THE GESTURAL SEQUENCES OF CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) FROM 1 TO 5 YEARS OF AGE

V. Maguire-Herring, K. A. Bard[65]
          Neuroscience/Pharmacology
  DEVELOPMENT OF THE BASAL GANGLIA IN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)

K. A. Phillips, C. A. Sobieski, V. R. Gilbert, C. Chiappini-Williamson, C. C. Sherwood, P. L. Strick[66]
          Research Methods
  PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE ACADEMIC GENEOLOGY OF MEMBERSHIP OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PRIMATOLOGISTS

M. K. Hambright, K. A. Phillips[67]
  GREAT APES AND CONSERVATION: STUDENT FEEDBACK FROM AN ONLINE SPECIAL TOPICS COURSE FOR UNDERGRADUATE NON-MAJORS

D. A. Smucny[68]
          Social Behavior
  DO CHIMPANZEES HAVE "SHIFTY EYES"? INVESTIGATING THE COOPERATIVE EYE HYPOTHESIS

K. Hall, F. B. de Waal, R. W. Byrne[69]
  EFFECTS OF AGGRESSION FREQUENCY AND INTENSITY ON DOMINANCE RELATIONS AMONG FREE-RANGING ADULT MALE RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA) ON CAYO SANTIAGO, PUERTO RICO

J. Chism, Y. Littman[70]
  EXAMINING THE ROLE OF CAPTIVITY IN WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA) THROUGH BEHAVIORAL OBSERVATIONS AND FECAL CORTISOL COLLECTION.

B. K. Smith, S. R. Williams, M. J. Remis[71]
  USING SELF-DIRECTED BEHAVIORS TO ASSESS FEMALE RELATIONSHIPS IN FREE-RANGING VERVET MONKEYS (CHLOROCEBUS AETHIOPS)

P. L. McDougall[72]
  A COMPARISON OF GESTURAL COMMUNICATION IN ZOO-LIVING CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) AND GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA)

L. W. Smith[73]
  RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA) EAVESDROP ON INTERACTIONS INVOLVING FAMILIAR EXPERIMENTERS

A. F. Hamel, M. A. Novak[74]
  SUBSTRATE USE AND SOCIOSPATIAL PATTERNS IN A ZOO-LIVING ORANGUTAN (PONGO PYGMAEUS) GROUP

E. L. Zucker, P. R. Hanna[75]
  SIAMANG (SYMPHALANGUS SYNDACTYLUS) SOCIAL DYNAMICS AT THE EL PASO ZOO BEFORE AND AFTER THE BIRTH OF A BABY GIBBON

F. G. McCrossin[76]
  FRAGMENTATION WITHIN MATRILINEAL PEDIGREES IS ASSOCIATED WITH FRAGMENTATION IN GROOMING NETWORKS OF CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

B. A. Beisner, M. E. Jackson, A. Cameron, J. C. Flack, D. C. Krakauer, B. McCowan[77]
  08:00 PM-10:30 PM: Session 6: LATE NIGHT WORKSHOP AND DISCUSSION, Organizer - Joe Erwin (Marina Room)
  08:00 PM LEARNING FROM MICHAEL: WHAT STUDIES OF BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR TEACH US ABOUT THE MIND OF A GORILLA.

J. Erwin, A. L. Rose, F. Patterson, P. L. Hof[78]
  09:30 PM -- Video -- Michael Signing and Painting
  10:00 PM -- Video -- 3D Brain Tract Imaging at Cal Tech
  Sunday, September 20, 2009 : Day 3
  07:00 AM-08:00 AM: Light Breakfast available (Mission Bay Ballroom CDE)
  08:00 AM-09:00 AM: FEATURED SPEAKER: DISTINGUISHED PRIMATOLOGISTS AWARD -- Leanne Nash (Mission Bay Ballroom AB)
  08:00 AM MOONLIT WALKS: A SERENDIPITOUS JOURNEY FROM BABOONS AND CHIMPANZEES TO NOCTURNAL PRIMATES

L. T. Nash[79]
  09:00 AM-09:15 AM: -- Break -- (Mission Bay Ballroom Foyer)
  09:15 AM-12:00 PM: Session 7: PRIMATE POPULATIONS: THE ENDS OF THE SPECTRUM. A TRIBUTE TO CHARLES SOUTHWICK: CELEBRATING 50+ YEARS OF PRIMATE FIELD WORK, Organizer - Randy Kyes [80] (Mission Bay Ballroom AB)  [80]
  09:15 AM Introduction
  09:25 AM PRIMATE RESEARCH PROGRAMS IN TABASCO, MEXICO: FOLLOWING THE FIRST STEPS OF DR. SOUTHWICK WITH ALOUATTA STUDIES

J. C. Serio-Silva, G. Pozo-Montuy, Y. M. Bonilla-Sanchez, H. M. Diaz-Lopez, G. Zuñiga-Valencia, R. C. Kyes[81]
  09:40 AM FACTORS INFLUENCING THE INTERFACE BETWEEN HUMANS AND LONG-TAILED MACAQUES IN SINGAPORE.

M. D. Gumert, J. C. Sha, B. P. Lee, S. Chan[82]
  09:55 AM LONG-TERM STUDIES OF DOUC LANGUR POPULATIONS AT MT. SON TRA, VIETNAM: A TRIBUTE TO CHARLES SOUTHWICK

L. Lippold[83]
  10:10 AM THE RHESUS MACAQUES OF NEPAL: CONFLICT AND COMPROMISE

M. K. Chalise[84]
  10:25 AM COMMUNITY CONSERVATION: A SOLUTION TO PROTECT THE GOLDEN LANGUR (TRACHYPITHECUS GEEI) AND ITS FORESTS IN ASSAM, INDIA

R. H. Horwich[85]
  10:40 AM The Indo-US Primate Project: Research and Conservation in India from Modest Origins to International Prominence

S. K. Sahoo, A. Kumari[235]
  10:55 AM POPULATION ASSESSMENT OF THE SULAWESI BLACK MACAQUES (MACACA NIGRA) AT THE TANGKOKO NATURE RESERVE, NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA

R. C. Kyes, E. Iskandar, J. Onibala, S. Laatung, H. Lapin, F. Huettmann, J. Hollister-Smith, B. Feguson[87]
  11:10 AM RHESUS POPULATIONS IN INDIA: THE IMAGE IN THE MIRROR

C. H. Southwick, M. F. Siddiqi[88]
  11:30 AM -- Discussion --
  09:15 AM-12:00 PM: Session 8: Ecology, Chair: R. Matsuda Goodwin (Shell Room)
  09:15 AM ECOLOGICAL IMPACT OF FREE-RANGING CHIMPANZEES ON A NATURAL TEMPERATE ENVIRONMENT

R. Persad-Clem, M. Dorner, L. Sarringhaus, G. Stanley, W. C. McGrew[89]
  09:30 AM HOW FRUITING FIG TREES AFFECT THE RANGING BEHAVIOR OF WILD WHITE-FACED CAPUCHINS (CEBUS CAPUCINUS) IN SANTA ROSA NATIONAL PARK, COSTA RICA

N. Parr, A. D. Melin, L. M. Fedigan[90]
  09:45 AM DO FOREST COMPOSITION AND FOOD AVAILABILITY PREDICT DEMOGRAPHIC DIFFERENCES BETWEEN OWL MONKEY (AOTUS AZARAI) GROUPS INHABITING A GALLERY FOREST IN FORMOSA, ARGENTINA?

G. W. van der Heide, D. Iriart, C. P. Juárez, E. Fernandez-Duque[91]
  10:00 AM LOGGING CREATES UNANTICIPATED THREAT TO APE HEALTH AND CONSERVATION IN EQUATORIAL AFRICA

T. R. Gillespie, D. Morgan, C. Sanz, K. Cameron[92]
  10:15 AM KEY TREE SPECIES FOR THE GOLDEN-HEADED LION TAMARIN AND IMPLICATIONS FOR SHADE-COCOA MANAGEMENT IN SOUTHERN BAHIA, BRAZIL

L. C. Oliveira, S. Hankerson, J. M. Dietz, B. E. Raboy[93]
  10:30 AM TRACE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF HAIR FROM URBAN MACAQUES: ECOLOGICAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH PERSPECTIVES

L. Jones-Engel, G. A. Engel, T. Cardona-Marek, M. Chalise, J. Heidrich, R. C. Kyes, T. O'Hara[94]
  10:45 AM DIGESTIVE STRATEGIES TO COPE WITH LOW QUALITY DIETS IN FREE RANGING HOWLER MONKEYS (ALOUATTA PIGRA) INHABITING DIFFERENT DISTURBED HABITATS

F. C. Espinosa-Gomez, L. T. Hernández-Salazar, J. Morales-Mávil, J. C. Serio-Silva[95]
  11:00 AM GELADA FEEDING ECOLOGY IN A TALL GRASS ECOSYSTEM: INFLUENCE OF BODY SIZE ON DIET

P. J. Fashing, N. Nguyen[96]
  11:15 AM BAMBOO, FUNGI, AND THE EVOLUTION OF SOCIAL AND REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOR IN CALLIMICO GOELDII

L. M. Porter, P. A. Garber[97]
  11:30 AM UNDERSTANDING MANTLED HOWLER MONKEY (ALOUATTA PALLIATA) SPATIAL RESPONSES TO THE VOCALIZATIONS OF NEIGHBORING GROUPS

M. E. Hopkins, K. Milton[98]
  11:45 AM LIFE HISTORY TRADEOFFS OF LITTER SIZE AT BIRTH IN THE COMMON MARMOSET (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)

J. N. Rutherford[99]
  09:15 AM-12:00 PM: Session 9: Social Behavior, Chair: K. McCormack (Del Mar Room)
  09:15 AM ALLOGROOMING IN FEMALE URSINE COLOBUS (COLOBUS VELLEROSUS)

E. C. Wikberg, P. Sicotte[100]
  09:30 AM WITNESSING RECONCILIATION REDUCES AROUSAL IN BABOONS (PAPIO HAMADRYAS HAMADRYAS)

P. G. Judge, K. A. Bachmann, S. P. Coyne[101]
  09:45 AM OBSERVATIONS ON A GROUP OF WILD VERVET MONKEYS (CERCOPITHECUS AETHIOPS) AFTER A PREDATOR-INDUCED GROUP FUSION EVENT IN LAIKIPIA, KENYA

K. E. Jaffe, L. A. Isbell[102]
  10:00 AM USE OF BEHAVIORAL RULES ABOUT PROBABILITY OF PATERNITY CAN EXPLAIN LONG-TERM INVESTMENT IN JUVENILES BY MALE CHACMA BABOONS

L. R. Moscovice, M. Heesen, A. Di Fiore, R. M. Seyfarth, D. L. Cheney[103]
  10:15 AM MEASURING ATTACHMENT SECURITY IN CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

K. McCormack, J. Warfield, M. Dozier, M. R. Gunnar, D. Maestripieri, E. Waters, M. M. Sanchez[104]
  10:30 AM COMPARING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF VIDEOTAPE AND COMPUTER-ANIMATION FOR STIMULATING CONTAGIOUS YAWNING BY CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

M. W. Campbell, J. D. Carter, F. B. M. de Waal[105]
  10:45 AM SOCIAL MONOGAMY: PROXIMITY MAINTENANCE AND FORAGING PATTERNS IN THE WILD ARGENTINEAN OWL MONKEY (AOTUS AZARAI AZARAI)

M. L. Gustison, C. T. Snowdon, E. Fernandez-Duque[106]
  11:00 AM FEMALE CHIMPANZEE COALITIONS AND SOCIAL BONDS IN THE KANYAWARA COMMUNITY

K. D. Wild[107]
  11:15 AM MONOAMINE METABOLITES IN THE CSF OF MALE ANUBIS (PAPIO ANUBIS) AND HAMADRYAS (P. HAMADRYAS) BABOONS PARALLEL THEIR SPECIES-SPECIFIC BEHAVIORAL ONTOGENY

C. J. Jolly, J. Phillips-Conroy, J. Kaplan, J. J. Mann[108]
  11:30 AM “FRIENDSHIPS” BETWEEN NEW MOTHERS AND ADULT MALES: ADAPTIVE BENEFITS AND DETERMINANTS IN WILD BABOONS (PAPIO CYNOCEPHALUS)

N. Nguyen, R. C. Van Horn, S. C. Alberts, J. Altmann[109]
  11:45 AM OBSERVATIONS OF "KINDA" BABOONS (PAPIO CYNOCEPHALUS KINDAE) IN ZAMBIA: ADULT MALES AS THE ACTIVE PARTNER IN MALE-FEMALE GROOMING DYADS.

J. Phillips-Conroy, C. J. Jolly, A. H. Weyher[110]
  12:00 PM-01:30 PM: Lunch (on your own)
  12:00 PM-01:15 PM: Session 10: -- LUNCHEON WORKSHOP -- Organizers - Dee Higley and the Education Committee (La Jolla Room)
  12:00 PM WRITING AND GETTING GRANTS-LESSONS ABOUT SURVIVING AFTER GRADUATE SCHOOL

J. D. Higley, J. P. Capitanio, M. Champoux[111]
  01:30 PM-02:30 PM: FEATURED SPEAKER: PAST PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS -- Steve Schapiro (Mission Bay Ballroom AB)
  01:30 PM APPLIED BEHAVIORAL MANAGEMENT AND OTHER PATHS IN PRIMATOLOGY: STILL WORKING

S. J. Schapiro[112]
  02:30 PM-02:45 PM: -- Break -- (Mission Bay Ballroom Foyer)
  02:45 PM-05:30 PM: Session 11: FIELD EXPERIMENTS: THE CHALLENGES AND BENEFITS OF USING EXPERIMENTAL METHODS IN FIELD RESEARCH, Organizer - Lynne Miller [113] (Mission Bay Ballroom AB)  [113]
  02:45 PM -- Introduction --
  02:50 PM PREDATOR MODELS AND A MOBILE FEEDING PLATFORM USED TO INVESTIGATE PREDATOR-SENSITIVE FORAGING IN WEDGE-CAPPED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS OLIVACEUS).

L. E. Miller[114]
  03:10 PM ANTIPREDATOR BEHAVIOR (ATTENTION, MOVEMENT, AND ALARM CALLING) DIFFERS BASED ON AGE IN WILD WHITE-FACED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS CAPUCINUS) IN LOMAS BARBUDAL BIOLOGICAL RESERVE, COSTA RICA

W. E. Meno, R. G. Coss, S. E. Perry[115]
  03:30 PM PREDATOR RECOGNITION IN WILD BROWN MOUSE LEMURS (MICROCEBUS RUFUS): FIELD EXPERIMENTS IN RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR.

A. M. Deppe, P. C. Wright[116]
  03:50 PM RUN FOR COVER: NEOTROPICAL PRIMATES ALTER THEIR HABITAT UTILIZATION PATTERNS IN RESPONSE TO PERCEIVED PRESENCE OF HARPY EAGLES (HARPIA HARPYJA)

O. J. Neal, M. A. Norconk[117]
  04:10 PM SEX-SPECIFIC STRATEGIES DURING SIMULATED INTERGROUP ENCOUNTERS IN GREY-CHEEKED MANGABEYS (CERCOCEBUS ALBIGENA) IN KIBALE NATIONAL PARK, UGANDA

M. Brown[118]
  04:30 PM EXPERIMENTAL TESTING OF THREE MODELS OF FEMALE BEHAVIOR IN A GROUP OF COMMENSAL BONNET MACAQUES (MACACA RADIATA) IN MYSORE, INDIA

S. R. Chacko[119]
  04:50 PM THE FUNCTION OF FOOD-ASSOCIATED CALLS IN WHITE-FACED CAPUCHINS (CEBUS CAPUCINUS) AT LOMAS BARBUDAL, COSTA RICA DIFFERS FOR SIGNALERS AND RECIPIENTS

J. Gros-Louis[120]
  05:10 PM HEARING, HOWLING, AND HOLLYWOOD: AUDITORY SENSITIVITY IN ALOUATTA PALLIATA IS ATTUNED TO HIGH-FREQUENCY INFANT DISTRESS CALLS.

M. A. Ramsier, K. E. Glander, J. J. Finneran, A. J. Cunningham, N. J. Dominy[121]
  02:45 PM-05:30 PM: Session 12: Statistics for Primatologists Workshop, Moderator - Jim Sackett (Shell Room)
  02:45 AM META-ANALYSES

J. Frattaroli[122]
  02:45 PM-05:30 PM: Session 13: Conservation, Chair: L. Jones-Engel (Del Mar Room)
  02:45 PM OBSERVATIONAL HEALTH ASSESSMENTS OF THE GOMBE CHIMPANZEES: CORRELATING CLINICAL SIGNS WITH DIAGNOSED INFECTIONS.

E. Lonsdorf, D. A. Travis, R. S. Rudicell, T. R. Gillespie, J. Salzer, C. O'Donnell, E. Lantz, Y. Nadler, J. M. Raphael, B. Hahn, A. E. Pusey[123]
  03:00 PM THE EFFICACY OF A MANAGEMENT STRATEGY AND ITS IMPACT ON CHACMA BABOONS (PAPIO URSINUS) IN THE CAPE PENINSULA OF SOUTH AFRICA

A. C. Van Doorn, J. O'Riain[124]
  03:15 PM AVOIDING THE EDGE: GROUP DISTRIBUTION OF PROPITHECUS COQUERELI IN ANKARAFANTSIKA NATIONAL PARK

T. Steffens, K. McGoogan, S. Lehman[125]
  03:30 PM THE IMPORTANCE OF CAPTIVE GIBBONS (HYLOBATIDAE) AS AMBASSADORS FOR EDUCATION OF THE PUBLIC, CONSERVATION, AND STUDY

A. R. Mootnick[126]
  03:45 PM - 04:00 PM -- DISCUSSION / BREAK --
  04:00 PM EDGE EFFECTS ON HOME RANGE SIZE OF PROPITHECUS COQUERELI IN NW MADAGASCAR

K. McGoogan, T. Steffens, S. Lehman[127]
  04:15 PM PRIMATE CONSERVATION IN CENTRAL AFRICAN FORESTS: COMBINED ETHNOGRAPHIC AND ECOLOGICAL APPROACHES

L. L. Daspit, C. A. Jost, M. J. Remis[128]
  04:30 PM CORRELATION OF PRIMATE SPECIES RICHNESS AND RAINFALL FACILITATES GIS MODELLING OF THE EFFECTS OF GLOBAL WARMING ON PRIMATE SPECIES RICHNESS CAPACITY

M. Shekelle, A. Salim, A. Srivathsan[129]
  04:45 PM REVIEW OF WESTERN HOOLOCK GIBBON (HOOLOCK HOOLOCK) AND EASTERN HOOLOCK GIBBON (HOOLOCK LEUCONEDYS) DIVERSITY WITH A PRESENCE OF ANOTHER NEW DISTINCT VARIETY OF GIBBON IN ARUNACHAL PRADESH, INDIA.

J. Das, J. Biswas[130]
  05:00 PM A NEW TECHNIQUE FOR DETERMINING THREE DIMENSIONAL AND FOUR DIMENSIONAL HOME RANGE VOLUMES: AN UPDATE

L. J. Digby[131]
  05:00 PM-07:00 PM: ASP BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING (La Jolla Room)
  06:30 PM-09:00 PM: Session 14: POSTER PRESENTATIONS (Mission Bay Ballroom CDE)
          Breeding/Reproduction
  REPRODUCTIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF WILD FEMALE PHAYRE’S LEAF MONKEYS (TRACHYPITHECUS PHAYREI CREPUSCULUS) IN PHU KHIEO WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, THAILAND

A. Lu, C. Borries, N. M. Czekala, J. C. Beehner[132]
          Colony Management/Enrichment
  DEVELOPING A RELIABLE LABORATORY PRIMATE ALOPECIA SCORING SYSTEM FOR INTERFACILITY COLLABORATION AND ON-LINE TRAINING

C. M. Crockett, K. C. Baker, C. K. Lutz, K. Coleman, M. A. Fahey, M. A. Bloomsmith, B. McCowan, J. Sullivan, J. L. Weed[133]
  “JELLO SHOTS”: FLAVOR PREFERENCE AND USE OF NOVEL FOOD ENRICHMENT (LABGEL©) AS MEDICATION DELIVERY IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

E. N. Videan, T. Flores, M. Lammey, R. Allred, D. R. Lee, R. Holguin, D. Herrera[134]
  A LONGITUDINAL ASSESSMENT OF GORILLA PERSONALITY

B. M. Perdue, T. S. Stoinski, K. C. Gold, C. W. Kuhar, K. E. Lukas, T. L. Maple[135]
  EFFECTS OF POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT TRAINING ON INFANT BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT IN NURSERY-REARED RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

R. L. Brunelli, D. Gottlieb, K. Holcomb, N. Sharpe, L. Tatum, B. McCowan[136]
          Conservation
  A METHODOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE REHABILITATION PROCESS OF WILD- AND CAPTIVE-BORN CHACMA BABOONS (PAPIO CYNOCEPHALUS URSINUS) IN LIMPOPO PROVINCE, SOUTH AFRICA

M. N. Corrales[137]
          Ecology
  HABITAT AND RESOURCE USE OF SAKI MONKEYS (PITHECIA SPP.) IN AMAZONIAN PERU

L. Frisoli, A. Parrish, J. Chism[138]
  SOME PREDICTABLE ECOLOGICAL VARIABLES FOR GUENON BIOMASS OF THREE SIZE CLASSES

R. Matsuda Goodwin[139]
  FUR-RUBBING WITH PLANT EXUDATES IN WILD GOLDEN-HEADED LION TAMARINS (LEONTOPITHECUS CHRYSOMELAS)

C. E. Guidorizzi, B. E. Raboy[140]
  FEEDING SITES AND AGONISM: PATTERNS AMONG ASSOCIATING CALLIMICO GOELDII, SAGUINUS LABIATUS, AND S. FUSCICOLLIS IN ACRE, BRAZIL

J. A. Rehg[141]
          Endocrinology
  RANK-BASED DIFFERENCES IN FECAL ANDROGEN AND CORTISOL LEVELS IN MALE WHITE-FACED CAPUCHINS, CEBUS CAPUCINUS, IN THE SANTA ROSA SECTOR, AREA DE CONSERVACÍON GUANACASTE, COSTA RICA

V. A. Schoof, K. M. Jack[142]
  HERITABILITY OF TESTOSTERONE LEVEL IN A CAPTIVE GROUP OF GENETICALLY VARIABLE MALE BABOONS

J. Califf[143]
  URINARY CORTISOL LEVELS AND SEXUAL BEHAVIOR DURING PAIR BONDING OF MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX GEOFFROYI)

A. K. Birnie, A. S. Smith, J. A. French[144]
  TESTOSTERONE AND FINE MOTOR FUNCTION IN MALE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

L. B. Kurdziel, C. Otolo, D. Putcha, A. Lacreuse[145]
          Genetics
  GENETIC EVIDENCE OF FEMALE TRANSFERS IN SICHUAN SNUB-NOSED MONKEYS (RHINOPITHECUS ROXELLANA)

C. Yan, J. Yang, B. Li, P. Garber[146]
  PLATYRRHINE GENOMIC RESOURCES: SHOTGUN LIBRARIES FROM PITHECIIDAE, CEBIDAE AND ATELIDAE

N. Jameson, A. M. Boddy, Z. Peng, J. C. Opazo, S. V. Yi, D. E. Wildman[147]
  PLATYRRHINE (NEW WORLD MONKEY) PHYLOGENY BASED ON WHOLE GENOME SHOTGUN LIBRARIES

N. M. Jameson, S. V. Yi, J. C. Opazo, D. E. Wildman[148]
  DO COLUGOS HAVE GENES FOR COLOUR VISION?

E. B. Davion, R. D. Martin[149]
  DEGREE OF CHINESE ANCESTRY AFFECTS BEHAVIORAL RESPONSIVENESS OF INFANT RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA): A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS

J. Jiang, J. P. Capitanio[150]
          Human Evolution/Anatomy/Growth
  LINEAR PROPORTIONS OF LONG-TAILED MACAQUES (MACACA FASCICULARIS) DURING GROWTH

N. Klepper-Kilgore[151]
          Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
  BIRTH TIMING PREDICTS WEANING-RELATED BEHAVIORS IN RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

J. Vandeleest, J. Capitanio[152]
  GROWING INDEPENDENCE OF A WILD WHITE-FACED SAKI INFANT (PITHECIA PITHECIA), BROWNSBERG NATURE PARK, SURINAME

C. F. Talbot, M. A. Norconk[153]
          Learning/Cognition/Language
  CAREFUL SELECTION OF NUTS AND STONES FOR EFFICIENT CRACKING BY WILD CAPUCHIN MONKEYS

R. Greenberg, D. Fragaszy, Q. Liu, E. Visalberghi, E. Ottoni, P. Izar[154]
  INHIBITORY CONTROL IN AN OBJECT RETRIEVAL TASK IN FIVE LEMUR SPECIES

A. A. Sandel, E. L. MacLean, B. Hare[155]
  VISUAL DISCRIMINATION OF MALE AND FEMALE FACES BY INFANT RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

A. Paukner, M. E. Huntsberry, S. J. Suomi[156]
  SUCCESSFUL PERFORMANCE OF RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA) ON A 1:1 RATIO SCALE-MODEL TASK

B. J. Kelly, M. A. Novak[157]
  INVESTIGATIONS OF THE COGNITIVE ABILITIES OF MANDRILLS (MANDRILLUS SPHINX)

T. L. Bettinger, M. A. Maloney, K. A. Leighty, C. W. Kuhar[158]
  CONSISTENCY OF HAND PREFERENCE OVER TIME AND TASKS IN CAPTIVE BONOBOS

D. A. Vasseur, G. M. Grimshaw, L. M. Marinus, K. A. Short, N. G. Caine[159]
  THE ASSOCIATION OF GAZE FOLLOWING AND INITIATING JOINT ATTENTION IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

J. A. Schaeffer, J. L. Russell, T. Nir, J. P. Taglialatela, W. D. Hopkins[160]
  EXTRACTIVE TOOL-USE BY A GROUP OF ZOO-HOUSED CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) IN AN VARIABLE ENVIRONMENT: PRELIMINARY EVIDENCE OF PERSISTENT STRATEGIES

M. S. Milstein, E. V. Lonsdorf, S. R. Ross, K. E. Bonnie, S. E. Calcutt[161]
  GENETIC STRUCTURE OF A POPULATION OF PHAYRE’S LEAF MONKEYS IN PHU KHIEO WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, THAILAND

E. Larney, C. Borries, A. Koenig[162]
          Physiology/Immunology
  SPATIO-TEMPORAL AND KINEMATIC CHARACTERISTICS OF BIPEDAL LOCOMOTION WHILE CARRYING A LOAD IN BEARDED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS LIBIDINOSUS)

E. A. Sanches, M. Duarte, Q. Liu, E. Ottoni, P. Izar, E. Visalberghi, D. Fragaszy[163]
          Research Methods
  DOES THE METHOD USED FOR TIME MEASUREMENT IN A PRIMATE COGNITION STUDY AFFECT THE RESULTS?

T. M. Larson, J. L. White, M. F. Bonnan[164]
          Social Behavior
  DO FEMALE, CAPTIVE, GRAY MOUSE LEMURS (MICROCEBUS MURINUS) USE MALE ADVERTISEMENT CALLS TO RECOGNIZE MALE PATERNAL KIN?

S. E. Kessler, M. Scheumann, L. T. Nash, E. Zimmermann[165]
  EFFECTS OF SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS AND ACTIVITY ON VISUAL ATTENTION IN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)

J. Crast, D. Fragaszy[166]
  VARIATIONS IN ANTI-PREDATOR STRATEGIES BETWEEN RING-TAILED LEMURS (LEMUR CATTA) LIVING IN TWO DIFFERENT FOREST TYPES AT BERENTY RESERVE, MADAGASCAR.

N. Ellwanger, L. Gould[167]
  FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH DOMINANCE CHANGES OVER TIME IN CAPTIVE FEMALE BABOONS (PAPIO SPP.)

L. Brent, S. M. Ramirez[168]
          Endocrinology
  VALIDATING FECAL HORMONE ANALYSIS IN THE PIED BARE FACED TAMARIN (SAGUINUS BICOLOR BICOLOR) AT LINCOLN PARK ZOO

D. Armstrong, R. Santymire[169]
  08:00 PM-10:30 PM: Session 15: LATE NIGHT WORKSHOP AND DISCUSSION -- Moderator: James King (Shell Room)
  08:00 PM ZOOS AS VENUES FOR SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY

D. G. Lindburg[170]
  08:30 PM STUDIES OF INTELLIGENCE WITH APES AND MONKEYS: SAN DIEGO ZOO & SDSC '58 - '69

D. M. Rumbaugh[171]
  09:00 PM MOVIE -- "Survey of Primates"
  09:50 PM MOVIE -- "A Gorilla's First Year"
  Monday, September 21, 2009 : Day 4
  07:00 AM-08:00 AM: Light Breakfast available (Mission Bay Ballroom CDE)
  08:00 AM-10:45 AM: Session 16: Neural and Endocrine Systems, Chair: J. Rogers (Mission Bay Ballroom AB)
  08:00 AM ZNPP/H RATIOS PLUS WEIGHT AT TWO MONTHS OF AGE PREDICT IRON STATUS OF SIX-MONTH OLD MOTHER-REARED RHESUS MONKEY INFANTS

G. R. Lubach, B. A. Fischer, C. L. Coe, P. J. Kling[172]
  08:15 AM RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN HYPOTHALAMIC-PITUITARY ADRENAL (HPA) AXIS ACTIVITY, GENE POLYMORPHISMS, AND ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR IN A LARGE COLONY COHORT OF RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

B. J. Kelly, K. M. Stonemetz, C. A. Major, J. S. Meyer, E. J. Vallender, G. M. Miller, M. A. Novak[173]
  08:30 AM PROLACTIN PROTECTS FATHER MARMOSET MONKEYS FROM INFANT CARE DERIVED WEIGHT LOSS

T. E. Ziegler, S. L. Prudom[174]
  08:45 AM HORMONAL AND EXPERIENTIAL PREDICTORS OF INFANT SURVIVORSHIP AND MATERNAL BEHAVIOR IN A MONOGAMOUS PRIMATE (CALLICEBUS CUPREUS)

M. R. Jarcho, W. A. Mason, S. P. Mendoza, K. L. Bales[175]
  09:00 AM A BIO-BEHAVIORAL STUDY OF CHRONIC IDIOPATHIC COLITIS IN THE CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUE (MACACA MULATTA)

S. Howell, D. White, S. Ingram, J. Larin, P. Morales, K. Hopper, J. Wagner[176]
  09:15 AM ON THE GENETIC ARCHITECTURE OF CORTICAL FOLDING AND BRAIN VOLUME IN PRIMATES

J. Rogers, P. Kochunov, K. Zilles, W. Shelledy, J. Lancaster, P. M. Thompson, R. Duggirala, J. Blangero, P. T. Fox, D. C. Glahn[177]
  09:30 AM INFLUENCE OF REARING CONDITION AND 5-HTTLPR GENOTYPE ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HAIR CORTISOL AND ANXIETY AFTER A MAJOR SOCIAL CHALLENGE IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

A. M. Dettmer, J. S. Meyer, E. J. Vallender, G. M. Miller, S. J. Suomi[178]
  09:45 AM PATTERN OF MATERNAL CIRCULATING CRH IN LABORATORY-HOUSED SQUIRREL AND OWL MONKEYS.

M. L. Power, L. E. Williams, S. V. Gibson, J. Schulkin, J. Helfers, E. P. Zorrilla[179]
  10:00 AM DO MACACA FUSCATA FEMALES ADVERTISE THEIR PROSPECTIVE FERTILITY DURING THE SEXUAL INACTIVE PERIOD?

B. Wallner, D. Aspernig, I. H. Machatschke[180]
  10:15 AM OXYTOCIN AND PAIRING SELECTIVE SOCIOSEXUAL BEHAVIOR AND SOCIAL PREFERENCE IN MARMOSETS, CALLITHRIX PENICILLATA

A. S. Smith, A. Ågmo, A. K. Birnie, J. A. French[181]
  10:30 AM SELF-DIRECTED BITING IN MALE RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA) WITH SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOR (SIB) INCREASES FOLLOWING ACUTE TREATMENT WITH THE ANXIOGENIC DRUG FG7142

C. A. Major, B. J. Kelly, M. A. Novak, M. D. Davenport, K. M. Stonemetz, J. S. Meyer[182]
  08:00 AM-10:15 AM: Session 17: Ecology / Population Demography, Chair: J. Pruetz (Shell Room)
  08:00 AM SEEING SNAKES: DIFFERENTIAL DISTANCE TO DETECTION OF SNAKES IN THREE PRIMATE SPECIES

S. F. Etting, L. A. Isbell[183]
  08:15 AM LOCOMOTION, POSTURE AND SUBSTRATE USE BY WEST AFRICAN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES VERUS) IN THE SAVANNA ENVIRONMENT OF FONGOLI, SENEGAL.

J. D. Pruetz, C. A. Tourkakis, S. Lindshield[184]
  08:30 AM HABITAT PARTITIONING AMONG TWO SYMPATRIC SPECIES, ALOUATTA SENICULUS AND SAGUINUS FUSCICOLLIS, IN THE OGLAN ALTO PROTECTED FOREST, ARAJUNO-PASTAZA (ECUADOR).

S. Martin-Solano, G. A. Carrillo-Bilbao, M. C. Huynen[185]
  08:45 AM RAPID ASSESSMENT OF LEMURS IN DISTURBED AND UNDISTURBED SITES AT RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR

J. P. Herrera, M. E. Lauterbur, P. C. Wright, L. Ratovonjanahary, L. L. Taylor[186]
  09:00 AM STONE TOOL CHARACTERISTICS AND USAGE PATTERNS IN LONG-TAILED MACAQUES FROM THE ANDAMAN SEA REGION.

M. D. Gumert, M. Kluck, S. Malaivijitnond[187]
  09:30 AM FLUKES FOOD AND FORESTS: TRANSMISSION OF CONTRORCHIS SPP. IN ALOUATTA PIGRA FEEDING ON CECROPIA PELTATA IN SOUTHERN BELIZE

B. K. Kowalzik, M. S. Pavalka, S. J. Kutz[189]
  09:45 AM A SEASONAL COMPARISON OF LACTATING VS. NON-LACTATING FEMALE VERREAUXI'S SIFAKAS (PROPITHECUS VERREAUXI) IN UNPROTECTED SPINY DESERT FORESTS OF SOUTHERN MADAGASCAR

J. J. Wehr[190]
  10:00 AM PATHWAYS TO SEED PREDATION IN PRIMATES

M. A. Norconk, S. McGraw, B. W. Grafton[191]
  08:00 AM-09:00 AM: Session 18: Maternal Behavior and Infant Development, Chair: K. Hinde (Del Mar Room)
  08:00 AM EXPERIMENTALLY INDUCED HYPERCORTISOLISM DIMINISHES MATERNAL BEHAVIOR IN CAPTIVE COMMON MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)

W. Saltzman, D. H. Abbott[192]
  08:15 AM IT TAKES A VILLAGE: COMMUNAL INFANT CARE AND SOCIALIZATION IN WILD RUFFED LEMURS (VARECIA VARIEGATA) IN RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR.

A. L. Baden[193]
  08:30 AM EARLY REARING HISTORY AND THE TEMPORAL DYNAMICS OF SOCIAL BUFFERING IN RHESUS MACAQUES

K. N. Herman, D. Delaney, K. Chisolm, S. M. McLaughlin, A. Cummins, P. Noble, S. J. Suomi, J. T. Winslow, E. E. Nelson[194]
  08:45 AM IMPACT OF MATERNAL INVESTMENT ON SOCIAL PLAY IN JUVENILE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

M. Hess, D. Broadfield, A. Halloran[195]
  09:15 AM-10:15 AM: Session 19: Genetics, Chair: E. Kinnally (Del Mar Room)
  09:15 AM CALLIBELLA AND CEBUELLA ARE MICO UNTIL PROVEN OTHERWISE

H. Schneider, J. R. Bernardi, D. B. Cunha, C. H. Tagliaro, S. F. Ferrari, I. Sampaio[196]
  09:30 AM EARLY LIFE STRESS AND METHYLATION OF THE SEROTONIN TRANSPORTER CPG ISLAND ARE ASSOCIATED WITH BEHAVIORAL STRESS REACTIVITY IN FEMALE BONNET MACAQUES (MACACA RADIATA)

E. L. Kinnally, J. D. Coplan, J. J. Mann[197]
  09:45 AM POSSIBLE QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI FOR IMPULSIVITY IN VERVET MONKEYS

L. Fairbanks, S. Service, M. J. Jorgensen, J. N. Bailey, S. Breidenthal, A. J. Jasinska, N. B. Freimer[198]
  10:00 AM ADMIXTURE MAPPING AS A TECHNIQUE FOR IDENTIFYING CANDIDATE GENES IN A STRATIFIED HYBRID POPULATION OF CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

J. Satkoski, S. Kanthaswamy, D. G. Smith[199]
  10:30 AM-12:00 PM: Session 20: Social Behavior, Chair: S. Evans (Del Mar Room)
  10:30 AM THE EFFECT OF GROUND SUBSTRATE, SEASON, AND RANK ON AGGRESSION AMONG FEMALES IN OUTDOOR CAPTIVE GROUPS OF RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

B. A. Beisner, L. A. Isbell[200]
  10:45 AM VARIANCE IN MALE/IMMATURE RELATIONSHIPS IN THE MOUNTAIN GORILLA (GORILLA BERENGEI BERENGEI)

S. Rosenbaum, T. S. Stoinski[202]
  11:00 AM A SEX DIFFERENCE IN RESPONSES TO INEQUITY IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

S. F. Brosnan, C. Talbot, S. P. Lambeth, S. J. Schapiro[203]
  11:15 AM REVERSAL OF FORTUNE: A STUDY OF THE DOMINANCE HIERARCHY IN A CAPTIVE TROOP OF MANDRILLS (MANDRILLUS SPHINX)

M. K. Brown, K. E. Jaffe[204]
  11:30 AM AGGRESSION IN CAPTIVE OWL MONKEYS

S. Evans, C. Wolovich, J. Herrera[205]
  11:45 AM ENVIRONMENTAL AND SPATIAL INFLUENCES ON URINE-WASHING BEHAVIOR IN WHITE-FACED CAPUCHINS AT SANTA ROSA NATIONAL PARK, COSTA RICA

F. A. Campos, L. M. Fedigan[201]
  10:30 AM-12:00 PM: Session 21: Breeding and Reproduction, Chair: S. Tecot (Shell Room)
  10:30 AM KILL THE INFANTS OR NOT: VARIATION IN THE OCCURRENCE OF INFANTICIDE IN WILD BLUE MONKEYS

J. L. Fuller, M. Cords[206]
  10:45 AM COMPARING CYCLES BETWEEN ADOLESCENT AND ADULT FEMALE BABOONS: CAN CYCLE LENGTH ESTIMATE EARLY PREGNANCY?

T. Mueller[207]
  11:00 AM THE UPS AND DOWNS OF PREGNANCY: ENDOCRINE PROFILES OF OVARIAN ACTIVITY FROM FECES IN WILD MILNE-EDWARDS’ SIFAKA, PROPITHECUS EDWARDSI, IN RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR

S. Tecot, S. King, J. Jernvall, P. C. Wright[208]
  11:15 AM ARE FASTER LIFE HISTORIES IN FOLIVORES A MYTH? FIRST DATA FOR TRACHYPITHECUS PHAYREI CREPUSCULUS AND A COMPARISON OF ASIAN COLOBINES AND MACAQUES

C. Borries, E. Larney, A. Lu, K. Ossi, A. Koenig[209]
  11:00 AM-12:00 PM: Session 22: Learning, Cognition and Language, Chair: B. Kelly (Mission Bay Ballroom AB)
  11:00 AM SOCIAL INFLUENCE AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF FOOD PROCESSING TECHNIQUES IN WILD WHITE-FACED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS CAPUCINUS) AT LOMAS BARBUDAL, COSTA RICA

S. Perry[210]
  11:15 AM PREY CAPTURE EFFICIENCY IN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA) IS INFLUENCED BY SEX AND CORPUS CALLOSUM MORPHOLOGY

K. . Hellner-Burris, C. A. Sobieski, V. R. Gilbert, K. A. Phillips[211]
  11:30 AM EXPERTISE AND THE INVERSION EFFECT IN CAPUCHIN (CEBUS APELLA) FACE PROCESSING

J. Pokorny, C. Webb, F. B. de Waal[212]
  11:45 AM LONGITUDINAL CASE STUDY OF NUT-CRACKING IN A JUVENILE BEARDED CAPUCHIN MONKEY (CEBUS LIBIDINOSUS): STAND FOR SUCCESS

Q. Liu, A. M. Salvatori, D. Fragaszy, P. Izar, E. Ottoni, E. Visalberghi[213]
  12:00 PM-01:30 PM: Lunch (on your own)
  01:30 PM-03:00 PM: Session 23: Feeding and Nutrition, Chair: M. Norconk (Mission Bay Ballroom AB)
  01:30 PM THE IMPORTANCE OF PROTEIN AND FIBER IN THE DIET OF BLACK HOWLER MONKEYS (ALOUATTA PIGRA) IN A HURRICANE DAMAGED FOREST IN BELIZE.

A. M. Behie, M. S. Pavelka, C. A. Chapman[214]
  01:45 PM INSECT FORAGING STRATEGIES OF THE RIO MAYO TITI MONKEY (CALLICEBUS OENANTHE) IN A FRAGMENTED FOREST, NORTHERN PERU

A. M. DeLuycker[215]
  02:00 PM USING FEEDING TRACES TO DETERMINE FOOD PRIORITY OF AYE-AYE (DAUBENTONIA MADAGASCARIENSIS) IN RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR

T. M. Sefczek[216]
  02:15 PM INVESTIGATING CONSUMPTION OF DIETARY HORMONE-MIMICS BY BABOONS (PAPIO HAMADRYAS ANUBIS) AT GASHAKA

J. P. Higham, G. Nodza, U. Buba, M. Heistermann, C. Ross, A. M. MacLarnon[217]
  02:30 PM PROXIMATE NUTRIENT COMPOSITION OF CAPTIVE BABOON (PAPIO HAMADRYAS) MILK.

M. L. Power[218]
  02:45 PM THE EVOLUTIONARY IMPLICATIONS OF FOOD COLLECTION AND TRANSPORT FOR CONSTRAINTS ON FORAGING GROUP SIZE.

D. L. Hannibal[219]
  01:30 PM-03:15 PM: Session 24: Social Behavior (Shell Room)
  01:30 PM THE ORIGINS OF HUMAN PROSOCIAL PREFERENCES

B. House, J. Silk[220]
  01:45 PM A NEWLY-DESCRIBED BEHAVIOR IN RING-TAILED LEMURS (LEMUR CATTA), MALE POST-EJACULATORY MOUNTING: A FORM OF FEMALE-SOLICITED MATE GUARDING?

J. A. Parga[221]
  02:00 PM IMPORTANCE OF FEMALE-FEMALE AFFILIATION IN MITIGATING MALE AGGRESSION IN BONOBOS (Pan paniscus)

F. White, M. Waller[222]
  02:15 PM RANGING BEHAVIOR AND HOME RANGE AREA OF LEMUR CATTA (RING-TAILED LEMURS) IN THE CAP SAINTE-MARIE REGION, MADAGASCAR: DOES AN ABSENCE IN PATTERN REFLECT EXTREME FLEXIBILITY OF HABITAT AND FEEDING SITE USE?

E. A. Kelley[223]
  02:30 PM STRENGTH AND STABILITY OF DOMINANCE HIERARCHIES IN FEMALE WHITE-FACED CAPUCHINS (CEBUS CAPUCINUS) AT SANTA ROSA NATIONAL PARK, COSTA RICA

M. L. Bergstrom, L. M. Fedigan[224]
  02:45 PM SOCIAL BEHAVIOR, SPATIAL ASSOCIATIONS AND KINSHIP IN A HOWLER MONKEY (ALOUATTA PALLIATA) GROUP ON BARRO COLORADO ISLAND, PANAMA

K. Milton, K. Ellis, J. D. Lozier, E. A. Lacey[225]
  03:00 PM PERSONALITY AS A PREDICTOR OF CHRONIC IDIOPATHIC COLITIS IN CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

D. White, S. Howell, J. Wagner[226]
  01:30 PM-03:30 PM: Session 25: STATUS OF CHIMPANZEES IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH: USES, WELFARE, ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS AND FUTURE STRATEGIES, Organizer - Elaine Videan [227] (Del Mar Room)  [227]
  01:30 PM FUTURE OF CHIMPANZEES IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH? A PRIMATOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE.

E. N. Videan[228]
  01:45 PM CONTRIBUTIONS AND CURRENT USES OF CHIMPANZEES IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH

C. R. Abee, E. N. Videan, S. M. Zola[229]
  02:00 PM WELFARE AND HOUSING OF CHIMPANZEES IN CAPTIVE SETTINGS

D. R. Lee, J. J. Ely[230]
  02:15 PM LONG-TERM CARE OF CHIMPANZEES: THE ROLE OF SANCTUARIES

L. Brent[231]
  02:30 PM ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING RESEARCH INVOLVING CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES).

J. M. Erwin, P. R. Hof[232]
  02:45 PM SCIENTIFIC CASE FOR INVASIVE RESEARCH WITH CHIMPANZEES

J. VandeBerg[233]
  03:00 PM ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION -- ALL PARTICIPANTS
  03:45 PM-05:00 PM: ASP Business Meeting -- All are Welcome -- (Shell Room)
  05:15 PM-05:15 PM: -- ASP Silent Auction for Conservation Final Bids and Closing -- (Shell Room)
  06:30 PM-12:00 AM: Closing Banquet and Awards Ceremony (Mission Bay Ballroom ABCD)