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

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      Friday, June 18, 2010 : Day 3
  - 08:00 AM-12:00 PM: Session 12: Interdisciplinary Symposium and Featured Speaker: SOCIAL PROCESSES AND DISEASE IN NONHUMAN PRIMATES Organizer, John Capitanio (Medallion Ballroom A/B)  [57]
    08:05 AM SOCIAL CONTACT AND DISEASE RISK IN PRIMATES

C. L. Nunn[58]
    09:05 AM - 09:15 AM -- break --
    09:15 AM SOCIAL FACTORS INFLUENCE BEHAVIOR, PATHOPHYSIOLOGY, AND DISEASE SUSCEPTIBILITY IN ADULT FEMALE CYNOMOLGUS MACAQUES (MACACA FASCICULARIS)

S. L. Willard, C. A. Shively[59]
    09:45 AM SYNANTHROPY AND DISEASE RISK IN ASIA: MALARIA, TUBERCULOSIS, ENTEROVIRUSES AND SIMIAN RETROVIRUSES

L. Jones-Engel, G. Engel[60]
    10:15 AM SOCIALIZATION STRATEGIES AND DISEASE TRANSMISSION IN CAPTIVE COLONIES OF NONHUMAN PRIMATES

S. J. Schapiro[61]
    10:45 AM THE SOCIAL CONTEXT OF INTERSPECIFIC PRIMATE PATHOGEN EXCHANGE: IMPLICATIONS FOR PRIMATE CONSERVATION AND GLOBAL HEALTH

T. R. Gillespie[62]
    11:30 AM-01:30 PM: -- LUNCH -- (on your own)
  - 11:45 AM-01:20 PM: Session 13: ASP STUDENT LUNCHEON WORKSHOP: Organizers, ASP Education Committee (Medallion Ballroom B)
    11:45 PM THE DOS AND DON'TS OF THE ACADEMIC JOB SEARCH

K. Hinde[63]
  - 01:30 PM-02:30 PM: Session 14: FEATURED SPEAKER -- Thomas Defler (Medallion Ballroom A/B)
    01:30 PM FOREST LIFE: A GRINGO PRIMATOLOGIST IN COLOMBIA

T. R. Defler[64]
    02:30 PM-02:45 PM: -- BREAK -- (Medallion Ballroom C/D/E/F)
  - 02:45 PM-04:30 PM: Session 15: Neuroscience, Physiology, Genetics and Pharmacology. Session Chair, Amanda Dettmer (Medallion Ballroom A)
    03:00 PM DEMONSTRATION OF ACTIVE IRON TRANSPORT FROM MATERNAL-TO-FETAL COMPARTMENTS USING STABLE IRON ISOTOPE TECHNIQUES IN LABORATORY-RAISED RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

G. R. Lubach, H. R. Crispen, C. L. Coe[66]
    03:15 PM PLACENTAL EFFICIENCY IN RELATION TO FETAL GROWTH IN THE VERVET MONKEY (CHLOROCEBUS AETHIOPS)

J. N. Rutherford, P. Hurley, M. S. Lawrence, D. E. Redmond, Jr.[67]
    03:30 PM SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT OF YOUNG MONKEYS (M. NEMESTRINA) GIVEN THE ATYPICAL NEUROLEPTIC DRUGS RISPERIDONE AND QUETIAPINE

G. Sackett, B. Crouthamel[68]
    03:45 PM RH5-HTTLPR AND PEER REARING COMPROMISE SOCIAL BUFFERING OF AROUSAL AND FEAR IN JUVENILE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

K. N. Herman, S. M. McLaughlin, A. Cummins, D. Delaney, K. Vaughan, P. Noble, S. J. Suomi, J. T. Winslow, E. E. Nelson[69]
    04:00 PM DIFFERENTIAL INTROGRESSION OF CODING SNPS FROM MACACA MULATTA INTO M. FASCICULARIS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR INTER- AND INTRASPECIES PHENOTYPIC VARIATION

J. Satkoski Trask, S. Kanthaswamy, D. G. Smith[70]
    04:15 PM RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN AGE, HYPOTHALAMIC-PITUITARY-ADRENAL (HPA) AXIS ACTIVITY, GENE POLYMORPHISMS, ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR, AND ALOPECIA IN A LARGE COLONY COHORT OF RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

B. J. Kelly, K. M. Stonemetz, J. A. Kramer, C. A. Major, K. G. Mansfield, J. S. Meyer, E. J. Vallender, G. M. Miller, M. A. Novak[71]
  - 02:45 PM-04:45 PM: Session 16: SYMPOSIUM: CHALLENGES FACING CHIMPANZEE SANCTUARIES Organizer, Stephen Ross (Medallion Ballroom B)  [72]
    02:45 PM PROJECT CHIMPCARE: AN ASSESSMENT OF PRIVATELY-OWNED CHIMPANZEES IN THE UNITED STATES

S. R. Ross, V. M. Vreeman[73]
    03:05 PM CURRENT LEGISLATIVE CHALLENGES FACING CHIMPANZEE SANCTUARIES IN THE UNITED STATES

A. D. Truitt, S. R. Ross[74]
    03:25 PM CHALLENGES OF INTEGRATION AND MANAGEMENT OF EX-PET AND EX-PERFORMER CHIMPANZEES

P. Ragan[75]
    03:45 PM THE CHALLENGES OF MANAGING FORMER RESEARCH CHIMPANZEES IN A SANCTUARY (PAN TROGLODYTES)

A. Fultz, L. Brent[76]
    04:05 PM THE CHALLENGES OF STARTING A NEW CHIMPANZEE SANCTUARY

J. B. Mulcahy[77]
    04:25 PM PASA AS A TEMPLATE FOR SANCTUARY COOPERATION

D. W. Cress[78]
  - 02:45 PM-04:45 PM: Session 17: RUMBAUGH'S ROUNDTABLE, Featuring Long-Term Retention of Lexigram Meanings by Chimpanzees by Michael Beran and Lexigrams as the basis for student projects by Kenneth Schweller (Mezzanine Ballroom A/B/C/D)
    02:45 PM LANA'S (PAN TROGLODYTES) LANGUAGE LESSONS FOR LEARNING AND LINGUISTICS

D. M. Rumbaugh[79]
    06:00 PM-08:00 PM: Board of Directors Meeting (President’s Suite)
  - 07:00 PM-09:00 PM: Session 18: Poster Session (Medallion Ballroom C/D/E/F)
            Biomedicine
    REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY PROGRAM AT THE CARIBBEAN PRIMATE RESEARCH CENTER (CPRC)

J. Gonzalez-Martinez, S. M. Nichols, L. Gierbolini, H. S. Martinez, M. Rivera[80]
            Colony Management/Enrichment
    EFFECTS OF INTERNATIONAL TRANSIT AND RELOCATION ON CORTISOL VALUES IN CYNOMOLGUS MACAQUES (MACACA FASCICULARIS)

T. L. Koban, S. J. Schapiro, T. Kusznir, S. P. Lambeth, J. Ogbin, E. Garofalo[81]
    IMPORTANCE OF POSITIVE HUMAN INTERACTION AND DESENSITIZATION FOR CYNOMOLGUS MACAQUES (MACACA FASCICULARIS) DURING IMPORT QUARANTINE PERIOD

S. L. Hastings, D. M. Abney[82]
    MULTI-DIMENSIONAL COST:BENEFIT ANALYSIS TO GUIDE EVIDENCE-BASED ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT: PROVIDING BEDDING AND FORAGING SUBSTRATE TO PEN-HOUSED MONKEYS

C. A. Corcoran, V. Hardy, L. R. Miller, P. J. Pierre, A. J. Bennett[83]
    VIDEOTAPED DEMONSTRATOR IMPROVES EFFICIENCY OF TRAINING CHIMPANZEES TO URINATE ON CUE

J. E. Perlman, S. P. Lambeth, V. Horner, A. Martin, K. Neu, J. McMillan, M. A. Bloomsmith[84]
    IS HIGH URINARY GLUCOSE IN CAPTIVE TITI MONKEYS (CALLICEBUS CUPREUS) RELATED TO SOCIAL CONDITION AND HYPERCORTISOLEMIA? A PRESENTATION OF CLINICAL CASES.

N. Maninger, S. P. Mendoza, K. Hinde, S. D. Tardif, K. D. Laugero, K. L. Bales[85]
    USE OF OPERANT CONDITIONING TO TRAIN NON-LACTATING RHESUS MACAQUES AS FOSTER MOTHERS

J. R. Welch, N. DeBolt Robertson, K. Mueller, H. Russell, K. Coleman[86]
    HUMAN-DIRECTED CONTRA-AGGRESSION TRAINING USING POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT FOR INDOOR-HOUSED RHESUS MACAQUES

D. E. Minier, L. Tatum, B. McCowan[87]
            Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
    HEAD ORIENTATION AND HAND PREFERENCE DURING THE FIRST MONTH OF LIFE IN RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

E. L. Nelson, M. S. Emery, S. M. Babcock, S. J. Suomi, J. Songrady, A. M. Ruggiero, M. Miller, M. F. Novak, M. A. Novak[88]
    TEMPERAMENT DEVELOPMENT AND SEX DIFFERENCES IN RHESUS MACAQUE INFANTS (MACACA MULATTA) ACROSS DIFFERENT TESTING ENVIRONMENTS

J. C. Songrady, M. F. S. X. Novak, A. M. Ruggiero, E. K. Mallott, N. Bowling, M. L. Miller, E. A. Kerschner, K. Synnestvedt, S. J. Suomi[89]
    TEMPERAMENTAL BEHAVIORS MEASURED DURING THE FIRST MONTHS OF LIFE ARE PREDICTIVE OF AGGRESSION IN GROUP HOUSED RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

A. C. Chaffin, J. D. Higley, M. L. Schwandt, S. G. Lindell, S. J. Suomi, C. S. Barr[90]
            Learning/Cognition/Language
    IMITATION OF FACIAL EXPRESSIONS BY NEONATAL MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

M. Rulien, V. Yutuc, K. Morrisroe, G. Sackett[91]
    WILD BEARDED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (PIAUI, BRAZIL) POSITION NUTS SYSTEMATICALLY INTO PITS ON ANVILS BEFORE STRIKING THE NUTS WITH STONE TOOLS

D. Fragaszy, A. M. Allen, B. Wright[92]
    COMMUNICATIVE BEHAVIORS OF CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA) VARY WITH ATTENTIONAL STATE OF AN OBSERVER AND DESIRABILITY OF FOOD

K. A. Phillips, V. R. Gilbert, S. Morales[93]
    UNDERSTANDING ECONOMIC DECISION MAKING DURING COORDINATION GAMES IN MONKEYS AND APES

A. E. Parrish, M. J. Beran, B. Wilson, S. F. Brosnan[94]
    THE ROLE OF BODY ORIENTATION IN THE ASSESSMENT OF VISUAL ATTENTION BY CAPTIVE WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLAS

A. E. Bania, E. E. Stromberg[95]
    SELECTIVE USE OF ANVILS BY WILD CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS LIBIDINOSUS) IN PIAUI, BRAZIL

Q. Liu, E. Visalberghi, D. Fragaszy[96]
            Neuroscience/Pharmacology
    EFFECTS OF OVARIAN STEROID REMOVAL ON THE SEROTONERGIC SYSTEM AND BEHAVIOR OF FEMALE JAPANESE MACAQUES

N. A. DeBolt Robertson, K. Coleman, C. L. Bethea[97]
    HOW VARIANT REARING PATTERNS AND FLUOXETINE AFFECTS STRESS AND FEAR RESPONSE BEHAVIORS IN ADOLESCENT RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

E. Johnson, A. Brockett, K. N. Herman, K. Vaughan, D. Delaney, A. Cummins, J. Fellows, P. Noble, S. J. Suomi, J. T. Winslow, E. E. Nelson[98]
    LOSS OF CORTISOL FROM RHESUS MONKEY HAIR BY REPEATED WATER WASHING OR SHAMPOOING

A. F. Hamel, E. Henchey, J. Meyer, M. A. Novak[99]
            Physiology/Immunology
    HIGH SOCIAL RANK AND OLDER AGE ARE ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED INFLAMMATION IN FEMALE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA).

T. Pace, G. R. Smith, K. M. McCormack[100]
    DEVELOPMENTAL CHANGES IN ACTIVITY CYCLES ACROSS THE JUVENILE TO ADULT PERIOD IN CYNOMOLGUS MACAQUES (MACACA FASCICULARIS)

P. J. Pierre, C. A. Corcoran, A. J. Bennett[101]
            Social Behavior
    THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERSONALITY AND SUBJECTIVE WELLBEING IN SICHUAN-SNUB-NOSED MONKEYS (RHINOPITHECUS ROXELLANA)

J. Jin, Y. SU, X. QI, B. LI, A. Weiss, X. Liu[102]
    SOCIAL BONDS IN TITI MONKEYS (CALLICEBUS CUPREUS) AFFECT AROUSAL, AFFILIATION, AND RESPONSE TO REWARD

B. Ragen, S. P. Mendoza, W. A. Mason, K. L. Bales[103]
    EFFECTS OF NUMBER OF CLOSE RELATIVES ON INFANT DEVELOPMENTAL MILESTONES IN SOCIALLY HOUSED MACACA MULATTA

E. K. Mallott, N. A. Bowling, C. S. Ionica, E. A. Kerschner, M. L. Miller, M. S. Novak, K. L. Robbins, S. J. Suomi[104]
    GROUP DYNAMICS OF FREE-RANGING WHITE-FACED SAKIS (PITHECIA PITHECIA) AT BROWNSBERG NATURE PARK, SURINAME

C. L. Thompson, M. A. Norconk, A. Anzelc, T. Gregory, D. Hurst, N. Robl[105]
    EFFECTS OF SEX AND PATCH SIZE ON FEEDING PRIORITY IN GARNETT'S BUSHBABY (OTOLEMUR GARNETTII)

K. Edens, D. Hanbury, C. E. Legg, T. Greer, S. Watson[106]
    INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN SOCIAL EFFECTS OF INFANT PRESENCE ON GROUP-HOUSED RHESUS MONKEY FEMALES

N. Klepper-Kilgore[107]