35th Meeting of the American Society of Primatologists Scientific Program

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      Wednesday, June 20, 2012 : Day 1
    08:00 AM-01:00 PM: ASP PRE-MEETING WORKSHOP: MULTIDISCIPLINARY PREVENTATIVE APPROACH FOR MANAGING LARGE BREEDING GROUPS OF NONHUMAN PRIMATES (Beavis)  [1]
    12:00 PM-06:00 PM: Registration (Main Lobby)
  + 01:00 PM-05:00 PM: ASP Standing and Ad Hoc Committee Meetings (Main Lobby)
    04:30 PM-06:00 PM: Past Presidents' Reception (President's Suite)
    06:30 PM-08:30 PM: Opening Reception (California State Railroad Museum)
      Thursday, June 21, 2012 : Day 2
    07:30 AM-09:30 AM: Continental Breakfast (Camellia Foyer)
    08:00 AM-06:00 PM: Registration (Grand Nave Foyer)
    08:30 AM-08:45 PM: Conference Welcome and Opening Remarks (Magnolia)
  + 08:45 AM-12:30 PM: Session 1: Interdisciplinary Symposium: SOCIAL BONDING IN HUMAN AND NON-HUMAN PRIMATES Organizer: Karen Bales (Magnolia)  [2]
    10:00 AM-10:15 AM: Break (Camellia Foyer)
    12:30 PM-02:00 PM: Lunch -- On Your Own (Main Lobby)
    12:30 PM-02:00 PM: Session 2: ASP EDUCATION COMMITTEE STUDENT LUNCHEON WORKSHOP Organizer: Lynne E. Miller (3rd Floor All Space)  [7]
  + 02:00 PM-03:15 PM: Session 3: Behavior Session Chair: Dorothy Fragaszy (Magnolia)
  + 02:00 PM-03:45 PM: Session 4: Learning/Cognition/Language Session Chair: William Hopkins (Camellia )
    02:00 PM-04:00 PM: Session 5: Roundtable: IMPLEMENTATION OF PAIR HOUSING FOR LABORATORY PRIMATES Organizer: Kate C. Baker (3rd Floor All Space)  [20]
  + 03:45 PM-05:00 PM: Session 6: Social Behavior Session Chair: Cynthia Thompson (Magnolia)
  + 03:45 PM-05:00 PM: Session 7: Conservation Session Chair: Lisa Jones-Engel (Camellia )
  + 03:45 PM-05:00 PM: Session 8: Colony Management/Enrichment Session Chair: Peter Pierre (3rd Floor All Space)
    05:00 PM-07:00 PM: Dinner -- On Your Own (Main Lobby)
    06:00 PM-08:00 PM: Executive Committee Meeting (Falor)
  - 07:00 PM-09:00 PM: Session 9: Poster Session 1 (Gardenia)
            Behaviour
    PATCH FORAGING FEATURES AND FEEDING BEHAVIOR OF RED HOWLER MONKEYS (ALOUATTA SENICULUS) IN A TROPICAL DRY FOREST IN CORDOBA, COLOMBIA.

J. F. Aristizabal Borja, N. Mesa Sierra[35]
    THE INFLUENCE OF A NOVEL OUTDOOR ENVIRONMENT ON THE BEHAVIOR OF CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) IN A SANCTUARY SETTING

L. E. Heggs, M. Matheson, S. R. Ross, J. B. Mulcahy[36]
    ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR IN CAPTIVE BABOONS (PAPIO HAMADRYAS SP.)

C. K. Lutz, K. A. Linsenbardt, P. C. Williams, M. R. Sharp[37]
    BUILDING A REPUTATION FOR SUCCESS: HOW INDIVIDUALS BECOME KEY POLICERS IN RHESUS MACAQUE SOCIETY

B. A. Beisner, M. E. Jackson, S. K. Seil, A. Cameron, E. R. Atwill, B. McCowan[38]
    THE ROLE OF THE ALPHA MALE IN GROUP COORDINATION IN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA NIGRITUS)

M. P. Tujague, C. Scarry[39]
    NEST CHOICE BY CHIMPANZEES IN A FRAGMENTED HABITAT, UGANDA: PRELIMINARY FINDINGS

M. S. McCarthy, C. B. Stanford[40]
    USE OF SPACE PRIOR TO NIGHT-TIME NESTING IN ZOO ORANGUTANS AND GORILLAS

E. Renner[41]
    DYADIC AGE DYNAMICS PREDICT THE LIKELIHOOD OF INSUBORDINATE AGGRESSION AMONG FEMALE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

S. K. Seil, D. L. Hannibal, B. A. Beisner, M. E. Jackson, A. L. Heagerty, B. J. McCowan[42]
    A NEW ANALYSIS OF BOOM CALL VARIATION AMONG POPULATIONS OF MONA MONKEYS (CERCOPITHECUS MONA) IN GRENADA, BENIN AND CAMEROON

M. Patiño, K. Werling, K. Worsham, R. Matsuda Goodwin, M. E. Glenn, M. Ramsier[43]
    EVALUATION OF ST. JOHN’S WORT AS A SOCIAL COHESION AID FOR SOCIALLY-INEXPERIENCED ADULT MALE RHESUS MACAQUES

M. B. Sarnowski, B. J. Bernacky, S. P. Lambeth, S. J. Schapiro[44]
    BEHAVIORAL CHANGES ASSOCIATED WITH SEXUAL STATE IN ZOO-LIVING CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) AND GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA)

M. C. Fitzpatrick, K. E. Wagner, S. R. Ross[45]
    SPONTANEOUS TOOL-USE BY CAPTIVE BORN SQUIRREL MONKEYS (SAIMIRI SCIUREUS SCIUREUS)

C. L. Buckmaster, S. A. Hyde, K. J. Parker, D. M. Lyons[46]
    SUBSTRATE TAPPING AND DESTRUCTIVE INSECT FORAGING EFFICIENCY ACROSS ECOLOGICAL, SOCIAL, AND DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES AMONG WILD WHITE-FACED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS CAPUCINUS)

C. Dillis, S. Perry[47]
    ASSESSING BEHAVIORAL INHIBITION IN RHESUS MACAQUES: TESTING LOCATION MATTERS

N. D. Robertson, A. Maier, K. Coleman[48]
    THE EFFECTS OF RELOCATION ON ACTIVITY PROFILES ON MIDDLE-AGED RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

P. J. Pierre, A. J. Bennett[49]
    DEFINING FEMALE BORNEAN ORANGUTAN (PONGO PYGMAEUS WURMBII) RANGING BEHAVIOR USING GEOSPATIAL ANALYSIS: HOME RANGE CHARACTERISTICS, OVERLAP, AND RANGE DURING LOW-FRUIT AVAILABILITY

A. DiGiorgio, C. Knott[50]
            Colony Management/Enrichment
    THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF NON-PATHOGENIC DIARRHEA IN CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUES

H. A. Elfenbein, B. McCowan[51]
    ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR IN MACAQUES: DEFINITIONS, INTERVENTIONS, AND REGULATIONS.

J. M. Erwin, A. M. West[52]
    DESIGNING GUM-BASED ENRICHMENT FOR CAPTIVE PATAS MONKEYS (ERYTHROCEBUS PATAS)

M. C. Carey, A. M. West, A. Lozano, S. Samuels, M. A. Granados, W. L. Wagner, J. M. Erwin[53]
    BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT OF RHESUS MACAQUE (MACACA MULATTA) PAIRS THROUGH A COMMON LABORATORY EVENT

M. A. Truelove[54]
    ANIMAL IDENTIFICATION PROCEDURES AID IN MEETING COLONY MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH GOALS IN RHESUS MACAQUE (MACACA MULATTA) AND SOOTY MANGABEY (CERCOCEBUS ATYS) COLONIES

S. A. Chikazawa, A. D. Cerqueda, K. L. Cummings, J. A. Scarbrough, S. M. McKinney, C. N. Docampo, M. M. Crane[55]
    USING POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT TECHNIQUES TO TRAIN FOR ACUPUNCTURE TREATMENT IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES): AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH IN MANAGING AN AGING COLONY

R. L. Haller, E. R. Magden, S. P. Lambeth, S. J. Schapiro[56]
    THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX: EXPLORING COGNITIVE ENRICHMENT IN TAMARINS

T. Mueller, O. Ortiz[57]
    MONITORING COMPATIBILITY OF SOCIALLY-HOUSED LABORATORY MACACA MULATTA AND ERYTHROCEBUS PATAS: DEVELOPING A BASELINE QUANTITY OF PROXIMITY

A. M. West, M. C. Carey, A. Lozano, S. Samuels, W. L. Wagner, J. M. Erwin[58]
    A PROCEDURE FOR DETECTION AND TREATMENT OF ABNORMAL BEHAVIORS

J. M. Worlein, R. U. Bellanca[59]
    PAIR FORMATIONS AND MANAGEMENT WITHIN A CAPTIVE BREEDING AOTUS COLONY OVER A TEN YEAR TIME PERIOD

K. D. Sherenco, J. L. Weed, G. W. Tustin, S. P. Lambeth, L. E. Williams[60]
            Conservation
    EVALUATION OF THE GENETIC VARIABILITY OF ALOUATTA PALLIATA FOR ITS CONSERVATION IN VERACRUZ, MEXICO

L. E. Arguello-Sanchez, L. M. García-Feria, J. C. Serio-Silva[61]
            Ecology
    SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF COMMON MARMOSET (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS) GOUGE TREES AT TAPACURÁ FIELD STATION, BRAZIL

C. L. Thompson, N. J. Robl, L. C. Melo, M. M. Valença-Montenegro, Y. M. Valle, M. B. Oliveira, C. J. Vinyard[62]
    INTER-ANNUAL VARIABILITY IN THE RANGING ECOLOGY OF WILD GELADA MONKEYS (THEROPITHECUS GELADA) AT GUASSA, ETHIOPIA, FROM 2007-2011

C. Moua, P. J. Fashing, N. Nguyen[63]
            Endocrinology
    ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PATERNAL EXPERIENCE, CARRYING EFFORT, AND STEROID HORMONES IN CAPTIVE MARMOSET (CALLITHRIX GEOFFROYI) FATHERS

J. Cavanaugh, J. A. French[64]
    ADRENAL AND GONADAL HORMONES ASSOCIATED WITH THE TIME OF EJECTION FROM NATAL GROUP IN CAPTIVE MALE TITI MONKEYS (CALLICEBUS CUPREUS)

P. Goodell, N. Maninger, S. P. Mendoza, K. L. Bales[65]
            Genetics
    MU OPIOID GENOTYPE X REARING X SEX EFFECTS ON AGGRESSION AND ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR DURING SOCIAL CHALLENGE IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

T. C. Simmons, I. T. Aldous, W. F. Espinel, A. C. Chaffin, M. L. Schwandt, C. S. Barr, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[66]
    SEROTONIN TRANSPORTER GENOTYPE MODULATION OF HPA AXIS OUTPUT: ASSESSMENT OF THE EFFECT OF SEX AND THE SHORT ALLELE

A. Sorenson, S. Mendoza, J. Capitanio, J. D. Higley[67]
    A GXE ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF THE SEROTONIN TRANSPORTER GENOTYPE, PARITY, AND SEPARATION CONDITION ON INFANT AGGRESSION FOLLOWING THE STRESS OF MOTHER-INFANT REUNIONS IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

H. E. Page, H. R. Tuft, J. Jackson, W. F. Espinel, A. N. Sorenson, M. L. Schwandt, C. S. Barr, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[68]
            Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
    MATERNAL INVESTMENT AND INFANT MORTALITY IN TIBETAN MACAQUES (MACACA THIBETANA) AT MT. HUANGSHAN, CHINA

T. L. Campion, M. D. Matheson, C. M. Berman, J. Li, D. Xia, Y. Zhu, B. Sun[69]
    EMOTIONAL AND SOCIAL TRAJECTORIES OF RHESUS MACAQUE IMITATORS AND NON-IMITATORS (MACACA MULATTA)

A. M. Dettmer, A. Paukner, M. A. Novak, J. S. Meyer, P. F. Ferrari, S. J. Suomi[70]
    THE DEVELOPMENT OF A RATING SCALE INSTRUMENT TO MEASURE GLOBAL DIMENSIONS OF MATERNAL CARE IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

K. McCormack, B. Howell, K. Pears, H. Kim, M. Gunnar, M. M. Sanchez[71]
    INFANT TEMPERAMENT PREDICTS RHESUS MONKEYS’ (MACACA MULATTA) RESPONSE TO ROUTINE HUSBANDRY PROCEDURES 1-10 YEARS LATER

B. S. Padro, T. A. Weinstein, J. P. Capitanio[72]
    MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR ORPHANED SOOTY MANGABEY (CERCOCEBUS ATYS) INFANTS IN A BREEDING COLONY

T. L. Meeker, M. M. Crane, G. I. Aylor, D. Mesa-Osorio, J. K. Cohen[73]
    A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF ADOPTION ON ANXIETY AND ALCOHOL INTAKE: A NONHUMAN PRIMATE MODEL

W. F. Espinel, A. N. Sorenson, M. L. Schwandt, S. G. Lindell, L. A. Fairbanks, C. S. Barr, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[74]
            Learning/Cognition/Language
    CONCURRENT SPATIAL RELATIONS CHALLENGE TUFTED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (SAPAJUS APELLA) AND COMMON CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) DURING OBJECT ALIGNMENT

L. T. LaCour, B. W. Stone, C. Menzel, D. M. Fragaszy[75]
    SPECIES-SPECIFIC ALARM CALLS IN CALLITHRIX GEOFFROYI AND C. PENICILLATA$

M. M. Petracca, J. A. French, N. G. Caine[76]
    A CONSPECIFIC MODEL’S EFFECT ON A CAPUCHIN MONKEY’S (CEBUS APELLA) CHOICE BETWEEN A CONSISTENT FOOD OPTION AND A RISKY ONE.

T. Jeyaraj[77]
    THE EFFECT OF REARING AND SELF-DISTRACTING MECHANISMS ON CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) ABILITY TO DELAY GRATIFICATION

J. A. Schaeffer, J. L. Russell, W. D. Hopkins[78]
    JOINT ATTENTION ABILITIES PREDICT CORTICAL CONNECTIVITY IN THE POSTERIOR SUPERIOR TEMPORAL GYRUS IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

J. M. McIntyre, J. A. Schaeffer, L. A. Reamer, S. J. Schapiro, W. D. Hopkins[79]
    SOCIAL TRANSMISSION OF ATTENTION-GETTING VOCALIZATIONS AMONG GROUP MATES IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

L. A. Reamer, S. P. Lambeth, J. P. Taglialatela, S. J. Schapiro, W. D. Hopkins[80]
    OBJECT CATEGORIZATION BY PRIMATES: IS ‘SHAPE’ AS INFORMATIVE FOR MONKEYS AS IT IS FOR HUMANS?

K. D. Hughes, C. Litovsky, A. M. Barnard, J. F. Cantlon[81]
            Morphology
    CRANIOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF CERCOPITHECUS MONA FROM GRENADA, WEST INDIES

A. Remer, M. Patiño, M. Ramsier, M. E. Glenn[82]
      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)
      Saturday, June 23, 2012 : Day 4
    07:30 AM-09:30 AM: Continental Breakfast (Camellia Foyer)
    08:45 AM-09:00 AM: Announcements (Magnolia)
    09:00 AM-10:00 AM: Session 23: Distinguished Primatologist: USING THE CROSS-TRANSLATIONAL MODEL TO STUDY PRIMATE PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING: Melinda A. Novak (Magnolia)  [158]
    10:00 AM-10:15 PM: Break (Camellia Foyer)
    10:15 AM-12:30 PM: Session 24: Roundtable: VISIONING THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PRIMATOLOGISTS AT 50 (2027) Organizer: Dorothy M. Fragaszy (Magnolia)  [159]
    10:15 AM-12:30 PM: Session 25: Statistics Workshop: APPROACHES TO THE ANALYSIS OF COUNT AND CONTINUOUS DATA WITH POSSIBLY MANY ZEROS: Shelley Blozis (3rd Floor All Space)  [160]
    12:30 PM-01:30 PM: Lunch -- On Your Own (Main Lobby)
    01:30 PM-02:45 PM: Announcements (Magnolia)
Business Meeting
    03:00 PM-03:05 PM: Silent Auction For Conservation Closes (Gardenia)
(Must be present to claim your items)
    06:00 PM-11:00 PM: Closing Banquet and Awards Ceremony (The Farm at Putah Creek)