35th Meeting of the American Society of Primatologists Scientific Program

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      Friday, June 22, 2012 : Day 3
    07:30 AM-09:30 AM: Continental Breakfast (Camellia Foyer)
    08:00 AM-06:00 PM: Registration (Grand Nave Foyer)
    08:45 AM-09:00 AM: Announcements (Magnolia)
    09:00 AM-10:00 AM: Session 10: Featured Speaker: AFRICAN ORIGINS OF EPIDEMIC HIVS – ANCIENT SIMIAN SOURCES YIELD NEW HUMAN AIDS VIRUSES : Preston A. Marx (Magnolia)  [83]
    10:00 AM-10:15 PM: Break (Camellia Foyer)
  + 10:15 AM-11:30 AM: Session 11: Behavior/Conservation/Ecology Session Chair: Marilyn Norconk (Magnolia)
  + 10:15 AM-11:30 AM: Session 12: Neuroscience/Pharmacology Session Chair: Allyson Bennett (Camellia )
  + 10:15 AM-11:30 AM: Session 13: Evolution/Morphology Session Chair: Julienne Rutherford (3rd Floor All Space)
  + 11:45 AM-12:45 PM: Session 14: Behavior Session Chair: Brenda McCowan (Magnolia)
  + 11:45 AM-12:30 PM: Session 15: Infant Development/Maternal Behavior Session Chair: Kai McCormack (Camellia )
  + 11:45 AM-12:45 PM: Session 16: Welfare and Health Session Chair: Suzette Tardif (3rd Floor All Space)
    12:30 PM-02:00 PM: Lunch -- On Your Own (Main Lobby)
  + 02:00 PM-04:30 PM: Session 17: Symposium: ESTABLISHING HUMANE ENDPOINTS FOR NON-HUMAN PRIMATES: BALANCING ANIMAL WELL-BEING WITH MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH GOALS. Organizer: C. J. Doane (Magnolia)  [109]
  + 02:00 PM-03:15 PM: Session 18: Social Behavior Session Chair: Evan Zucker (Camellia )
  + 02:00 PM-03:15 PM: Session 19: Genetics/Demography/Population Studies Session Chair: Jessica Satkoski Trask (3rd Floor All Space)
    03:30 PM-03:45 PM: Break (Camellia Foyer)
  + 03:45 PM-05:00 PM: Session 20: Endocrinology/Ontogeny/Learning Session Chair: Katherine Wagner (Camellia )
    03:45 PM-05:00 PM: Session 21: Roundtable: BODY CONDITION SCORING FOR NON-HUMAN PRIMATES Organizer: Laura Summers (3rd Floor All Space)  [129]
  - 07:00 PM-09:00 PM: Session 22: Poster Session 2 (Gardenia)
            Behaviour
    IDENTIFICATION OF ANXIOUS BEHAVIORS IN A LARGE NORMATIVE POPULATION OF INFANT RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA): MODELS OF CHILDHOOD ANXIOUS BEHAVIORS

A. M. Dettmer, D. Kay, G. L. Fawcett, J. Rogers, J. D. Higley, N. D. Ryan, J. L. Cameron[130]
    EFFECTS OF CONSTRUCTION NOISE ON THE BEHAVIOR OF CAPTIVE RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

C. A. Begnoche, A. F. Hamel, M. A. Novak[131]
            Biomedicine
    GENE-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTIONS: EARLY IRON DEFICIENCY AND MAOA POLYMORPHISMS INFLUENCE THE BEHAVIOR OF YOUNG RHESUS MONKEYS

M. S. Golub, C. E. Hogrefe[132]
    THE VERVET RESEARCH COLONY AS A BIOMEDICAL RESOURCE

M. J. Jorgensen, L. L. Rudel, K. Kavanagh, A. J. Jasinska, N. B. Freimer, J. D. Jentsch, L. A. Fairbanks, M. T. Fallon, J. R. Kaplan[133]
            Breeding/Reproduction
    TINJIL ISLAND NATURAL HABITAT BREEDING FACILITY, INDONESIA: 25 YEARS OF OPERATION

R. C. Kyes, J. Pamungkas, D. Iskandriati, E. Iskandar, A. Lelana, D. Sajuthi[134]
    MATRILINEAL INFLUENCES ON AGE AT FIRST PARTURITION AND SUBSEQUENT INTERBIRTH INTERVALS FOR FEMALE RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

E. L. Zucker, C. M. Escabi Ruiz, M. Pabon, E. Maldonado, J. Gonzalez-Martinez[135]
    BEHAVIOR ACROSS THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE IN SOOTY MANGABEYS (CERCOCEBUS ATYS)

J. Crast, C. M. Remillard, T. L. Meeker, M. A. Bloomsmith[136]
    TESTOSTERONE ENANTHATE TREATMENT TEMPORARILY SUPPRESSES FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE RELEASE, BUT SPARES SEXUAL BEHAVIOR IN ADULT MALE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

S. B. Stephens, K. Wallen[137]
            Colony Management/Enrichment
    THE USE OF BEDDING FOR GROUPS OF RHESUS MACAQUES

K. Andrews, N. Morelli, E. Ruesterholz, S. McAllister, K. Coleman[138]
            Feeding/Nutrition
    DOMINANCE HIERARCHY POSITION INFLUENCES RING-TAILED LEMUR (LEMUR CATTA) FEEDING TIME AT BERENTY RESERVE, MADAGASCAR

A. Niemeyer, S. Peterson, A. Kuykendall, A. Mertl-Millhollen[139]
            Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
    ASSESSING VARIATION IN INFANT RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA): A BIOBEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT PROGRAM AT THE CALIFORNIA NATIONAL PRIMATE RESEARCH CENTER

J. Capitanio, L. Calonder, K. Chun, L. Del Rosso, K. Hinde, E. Kinnally, W. Mason, S. Mendoza, E. Sullivan, J. Vandeleest, T. Weinstein[140]
            Learning/Cognition/Language
    CAPTIVE SQUIRREL MONKEYS DEMONSTRATE END-STATE COMFORT ON A GRASPING TASK

S. L. Zander, P. G. Judge, D. J. Weiss[141]
    NUT-CRACKING IN WILD BEARDED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS: SOCIAL INFLUENCES ON LEARNING TO USE TOOLS

Y. Eshchar, B. Dogo de Resende, P. Izar, E. Visalberghi, K. M. Laity, M. Verderane, C. E. Carvalho, D. M. Fragaszy[161]
            Neuroscience/Pharmacology
    IN VIVO AND IN VITRO METHODS FOR LOCALIZING THE OXYTOCIN RECEPTOR IN PRIMATE TISSUE

S. M. Freeman, A. L. Smith, M. M. Goodman, L. J. Young[142]
    THE EFFECTS OF MU AND KAPPA OPIOID MANIPULATION IN THE MONOGAMOUS TITI MONKEY (CALLICEBUS CUPREUS)

B. J. Ragen, N. Maninger, S. P. Mendoza, K. L. Bales[143]
    A FUNCTIONAL IMAGING STUDY OF “JEALOUSY” IN CAPTIVE MALE TITI MONKEYS (CALLICEBUS CUPREUS)

N. Maninger, S. P. Mendoza, T. J. Schaefer, W. A. Mason, S. R. Cherry, K. L. Bales[144]
    THE ROLE OF SEROTONIN IN SOCIAL BONDING IN THE TITI MONKEY (CALLICEBUS CUPREUS)

R. H. Simon, N. Maninger, S. P. Mendoza, B. J. Ragen, K. L. Bales[145]
    DEVELOPMENT OF CORTICAL FOLDING AND GREY MATTER THICKNESS IN BONNET MACAQUES (MACACA RADIATA)

A. J. Bennett, P. J. Pierre, S. L. Bogart, W. D. Hopkins[146]
            Research Methods
    FEEDING BEHAVIOR BY RING-TAILED LEMURS AT BERENTY RESERVE MADAGASCAR: A COMPARISON OF FOCAL ANIMAL AND GROUP SCAN SAMPLING METHODS.

S. Peterson, A. Niemeyer, A. T. Kuykendall, A. S. Mertl-Millhollen[147]
    RELIABILITY ASSESSMENT OF BEHAVIORAL OBSERVATION DATA EMPLOYING KRIPPENDORFF’S ALPHA: AN EXAMPLE FROM A CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUE (MACACA MULATTA) SOCIAL NETWORK STUDY

D. L. Hannibal, M. E. Jackson, A. C. Nathman, T. Boussina, B. McCowan[148]
    WORKING AT HOME: A MAZE AND PUZZLE BOX SERIES FOR JUVENILE MONKEYS.

M. S. Golub, C. E. Hogrefe[149]
            Social Behavior
    RECIPROCAL GROOMING AND TIME MATCHING IN A CAPTIVE GROUP OF SULAWESI BLACK CRESTED MACAQUES (MACACA NIGRA)

M. E. Tyrrell, C. M. Berman[150]
    BEHAVIORAL INHIBITION CHARACTERIZED IN INFANCY PREDICTS SOCIAL AND ANXIOUS BEHAVIOR IN ONE-YEAR-OLD RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

K. Chun, J. P. Capitanio[151]
    MATRILINE-RELATEDNESS INFLUENCES THE EFFICACY OF POLICING BY ALPHA MALE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

M. E. Jackson, D. L. Hannibal, B. A. Beisner, S. K. Seil, B. J. McCowan[152]
    SOCIAL AND HORMONAL EFFECTS OF BACHELOR MALE HOUSING IN CAPTIVE COPPERY TITI MONKEYS (CALLICEBUS CUPREUS)

C. A. Almeida, N. Maninger, S. P. Mendoza, K. L. Bales[153]
    GROUP COHESION IN CAPTIVE GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA) AND CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) LIVING IN A NATURALISTIC ZOO EXHIBIT

M. A. Shender, K. E. Anderson, E. V. Lonsdorf, S. R. Ross[154]
    OWL MONKEYS (AOTUS SPP.) SOCIALLY ANOINT

J. P. Jefferson, E. Tapanes, B. Ramil[155]
            Taxonomy & Genetics
    MULTIPLE SPECIES OF MARMOSETS POSSESS NOVEL OXYTOCIN SEQUENCE

A. Mustoe, E. Harrison, J. A. French[156]
            Veterinary Medicine
    HAIR CORTISOL TITER AS A MEASURE OF STRESS IN CAPTIVE OWL MONKEYS (AOTUS NANCYMAAE)

J. L. Weed, L. E. Williams, M. L. Thomas, M. Mandel[157]