The 36th meeting of the American Society of Primatologists Scientific Program

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      Thursday, June 20, 2013 : Day 2
    08:00 AM-06:00 PM: Registration (SG Foyer ABC)
    08:30 AM-08:45 AM: Welcome and Morning Announcements (San Geronimo Ballroom B)
  - 08:45 AM-11:00 AM: Session 1: Symposium: CAYO SANTIAGO: 75 YEARS OF LEADERSHIP IN TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH: Janis Gonzalez (San Geronimo Ballroom B)  [14]
    08:50 AM EARLY HISTORY OF CAYO SANTIAGO

M. J. Kessler, R. G. Rawlins[15]
    09:20 AM CAYO SANTIAGO'S DEMOGRAPHIC HISTORY: VARIABILITY AND DENSITY-DEPENDENCE OF RHESUS MACAQUES

R. Hernández-Pacheco, R. G. Rawlins, M. J. Kessler, L. W. Williams, T. M. Ruiz-Maldonado, A. V. Ruiz-Lambides, J. González-Martínez, A. M. Sabat[16]
    09:35 AM CAN RHESUS MACAQUES READ MINDS?: WHAT THE CAYO SANTIAGO MACAQUES HAVE TAUGHT US ABOUT PRIMATE THEORY OF MIND

L. R. Santos[17]
    09:50 AM Break
    10:00 AM THE CAYO SANTIAGO MACAQUES: A FREE-RANGING MODEL FOR THE STUDY OF BEHAVIOR-GENETICS AND HUMAN PSYCHIATRIC DISEASE

L. J. N. Brent, M. L. Platt[18]
    10:15 AM PATERNAL KIN BIAS IN FREE-RANGING RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA): DEVELOPMENT, MECHANISMS AND CUES

A. Widdig[19]
    10:30 AM SOURCES OF INTERINDIVIDUAL VARIATION IN THE ACTIVITY OF THE HPA AXIS IN ADULT FEMALES AND INFANTS IN THE RHESUS MACAQUE (MACACA MULATTA) POPULATION ON CAYO SANTIAGO

D. Maestripieri[20]
    10:45 AM CAYO SANTIAGO - A SCIENTIFIC TREASURE

C. H. Southwick, H. M. Southwick[21]
  - 11:15 AM-12:30 PM: Session 2: Symposium: CAYO SANTIAGO: STUDIES IN DEVELOPMENT AND PHYSIOLOGY: Janis Gonzalez (San Geronimo Ballroom B)  [22]
    11:15 AM BIPARTITE ZYGOMA IN THE MIDFACIAL SKELETONS OF MACACA MULATTA FROM CAYO SANTIAGO AND BEYOND

Q. Wang[23]
    11:30 AM FAMILIAL CIRCADIAN RHYTHM DISORDER IN THE DIURNAL PRIMATE, MACACA MULATTA

I. Zhdanova[24]
    11:45 AM USE OF THE ORAL CAVITY IN NONHUMAN PRIMATES TO EXAMINE ONTOGENY OF INNATE IMMUNITY AT MUCOSAL SURFACES

J. L. Ebersole, M. J. Novak, L. Orraca, J. Gonzalez-Martinez, O. A. Gonzalez[25]
    12:00 PM LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF CASTRATION ON THE SKELETON OF MALE RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

M. J. Kessler, A. M. Cerroni, M. D. Grynpas, K. Pritzker, R. G. Rawlins, T. B. Kensler, O. D. Gonzalez, J. Gonzalez-Martinez[26]
  - 11:15 AM-12:30 PM: Session 3: Welfare and Health Session Chair: Julie Worlein (Auditorium)
    11:15 AM TRANSMISSION DYNAMICS OF PARASITES CO-INFECTING WILD PRIMATE HOSTS IN KIBALE NATIONAL PARK, UGANDA

R. R. Ghai, J. T. Davies, C. A. Chapman, T. L. Goldberg[27]
    11:30 AM EVALUATING HYPOTHALAMIC-PITUITARY-ADRENAL AXIS (HPA) ACTIVITY IN MONKEYS WITH AND WITHOUT HAIR LOSS.

A. F. Hamel, C. K. Lutz, K. Coleman, J. M. Worlein, K. L. Rosenberg, J. S. Meyer, M. A. Novak[28]
    11:45 AM THE EFFECT OF DIET COMPOSITION AND ACTIVITY LEVEL ON REGURGITATION AND REINGESTION BEHAVIOR IN ZOO-HOUSED GORILLAS AND ORANGUTANS

A. E. Bania, K. J. Kramer, A. L. Doumani, C. M. Flanagan, H. Kavanaugh, A. Lebron, L. K. Lynn, T. L. McMahon, E. K. Becker[29]
    12:00 PM ALOPECIA IN THREE MACAQUE SPECIES HOUSED IN A LABORATORY ENVIRONMENT

R. Kroeker, R. U. Bellanca, G. H. Lee, J. P. Thom, J. M. Worlein[30]
    12:15 PM SOCIALIZATION IN PIGTAIL MACAQUES (MACACA NEMESTRINA)

J. M. Worlein, G. H. Lee, R. Kroeker, J. P. Thom[31]
  - 11:15 AM-12:15 PM: Session 4: Behavior Session Chair: Kristine Coleman (San Geronimo Ballroom C)
    11:15 AM LATERALIZED SCRATCHING IN THE COMMON MARMOSET (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)

S. J. Neal, M. G. Rice, M. A. Ritzer, J. R. Wombolt, N. G. Caine[32]
    11:30 AM AGE RELATED MOTOR DYSFUNCTION: MANUAL SLOWING IN GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA

L. M. Mahovetz, T. S. Stoinski[33]
    11:45 AM THE INFLUENCE OF INTERTROOP ENCOUNTERS ON THE SPATIO-TEMPORAL DYNAMICS OF TWO TROOPS OF FREE-RANGING VERVET MONKEYS (CHLOROCEBUS AETHIOPS)

B. Thomas, L. Barrett, P. Henzi[34]
    12:00 PM WHAT DO OPPONENTS DO AFTER A FIGHT? ANALYZING THE DETERMINANTS OF RECONCILIATION AND RENEWED AGGRESSION IN WILD CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES), KANYAWARA, KIBALE NATIONAL PARK, UGANDA.

J. A. Hartel, C. B. Stanford[35]
    12:30 PM-02:00 PM: Lunch (on your own) (SG Foyer ABC)
    02:00 PM-03:00 PM: Session 5: Featured Speaker: PRIMATE KINSHIP: CONTRIBUTIONS FROM CAYO SANTIAGO RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA): Carol M. Berman (San Geronimo Ballroom B)  [36]
  - 03:15 PM-04:30 PM: Session 6: Conservation Session Chair:Erin Riley (San Geronimo Ballroom B)
    03:15 PM THE IMPACT OF A YELLOW FEVER OUTBREAK ON ALOUATTA CARAYA IN A FRAGMENTED LANDSCAPE IN SOUTHERN BRAZIL

D. S. Freitas, J. C. Bicca-Marques[37]
    03:30 PM CO-EXISTING IN THE CONGO: THE IMPACT OF BONOBO CROP-RAIDING ON SUBSISTENCE FARMERS IN KOKOLOPORI

A. V. Georgiev, V. Lokasola, M. Emery Thompson, A. Lokasola, R. W. Wrangham[38]
    03:45 PM QUANTIFICATION OF HEAVY METALS (LEAD) IN HAIR SAMPLES OF BLACK HOWLER MONKEYS (ALOUATTA PIGRA) AND THEIR HABITAT IN BALANCÁN, TABASCO, MÉXICO

J. C. Serio-Silva, E. Olguin-Palacios, L. M. García-Feria, K. L. Tapia-Fierro[39]
    04:00 PM A PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF THE RHESUS MONKEY (MACACA MULATTA) STERILIZATION PROGRAM IN THE HIMALAYAN STATE OF HIMACHAL PRADESH, INDIA

S. K. Sahoo, A. Kumari, V. Chand[40]
    04:15 PM ON THE USE OF PASSIVE MICROPHONE ARRAYS FOR RESEARCH AND CONSERVATION EFFORTS WITH FOREST-LIVING NONHUMAN PRIMATES

R. A. Delgado, J. A. Askew[41]
  - 03:15 PM-05:00 PM: Session 7: Learning, Cognition, and Language Session Chair: Brian Kelly (Auditorium)
    03:15 PM CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) TRANSFER TOKENS TO ACCUMULATE REWARDS IN A SELF-CONTROL TASK

A. E. Parrish, B. M. Perdue, T. A. Evans, M. J. Beran[42]
    03:30 PM NEGATIVITY BIAS IN FREE-RANGING INFANT RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) ON CAYO SANTIAGO, PUERTO RICO

T. M. Mandalaywala, E. J. Bethell, K. J. Parker, D. Maestripieri[43]
    03:45 PM CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) ATTEMPT TO MAXIMIZE RETURNS, NOT “LEVEL THE PLAYING FIELD”

L. M. Hopper, S. P. Lambeth, S. J. Schapiro, S. F. Brosnan[44]
    04:00 PM KEEPING TRACK OF WHAT WENT WHERE: CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) ACCURATELY JUDGE CONCURRENTLY ACCUMULATING QUANTITIES

M. J. Beran[45]
    04:15 PM STRATEGIC RESPONDING BY RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA) AND HUMANS (HOMO SAPIENS) TO VARIABLE SIMULATED OPPONENTS IN A COORDINATION GAME

S. F. Brosnan, B. J. Wilson, M. J. Beran, A. E. Parrish[46]
    04:30 PM CAPUCHIN MONKEYS USE CONSPECIFIC GESTURAL CUES TO OBTAIN HIDDEN REWARDS

P. G. Judge, J. L. Essler, M. S. Rossettie[47]
    04:45 PM FEMALE SEXUAL STATE INFLUENCES THE COGNITIVE TEST PERFORMANCE OF ZOO-LIVING CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) BUT NOT GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA)

K. E. Wagner, S. R. Ross[48]
  - 03:15 PM-04:45 PM: Session 8: Social Behavior Session Chair: Darby Proctor (San Geronimo Ballroom C)
    03:15 PM DO MARMOSETS CARE TO SHARE? OTHER-REGARDING PREFERENCES FOLLOWING MANIPULATION OF THE OXYTOCIN SYSTEM

A. C. Mustoe, A. Harnisch, J. Cavanaugh, J. A. French[49]
    03:30 PM CONSTRAINT OF FEMALE CHOICE IN BONOBOS (PAN PANISCUS)

K. Boose, F. J. White[50]
    03:45 PM THE EFFECTS OF INBREEDING AVOIDANCE AND KIN SELECTION IN UNDERSTANDING THE MULTILEVEL SOCIAL SYSTEM OF RHINOPITHECUS ROXELLANA

S. Guo, K. Huang, W. Ji, P. A. Garber, B. Li[51]
    04:00 PM AFFILIATIVE PREFERENCES FOR MATERNAL KIN IN WILD ADULT FEMALE BLUE MONKEYS

E. Nikitopoulos, M. Cords[52]
    04:15 PM THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EARLY HUMAN EXPOSURE AND CURRENT BEHAVIOR IN FORMER PET/PERFORMER CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

H. D. Freeman, S. R. Ross[53]
    04:30 PM CHIMPANZEES PLAY THE ULTIMATUM GAME

D. Proctor, R. A. Williamson, F. B. de Waal, S. F. Brosnan[54]
    05:00 PM-07:00 PM: Executive Committee Meeting (Executive Boardroom)
    05:00 PM-07:00 PM: Dinner (on your own) (SG Foyer ABC)
  - 07:00 PM-09:00 PM: Session 9: Poster Session (SG Foyer ABC)
            Behaviour
    SERPENTINE SHAPE DETECTION IN COMMON MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)

M. G. Rice, S. J. Neal, M. A. Ritzer, J. R. Wombolt, N. G. Caine[55]
    BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF CONSTRUCTION NOISES AND VIBRATIONS ON CAPTIVE RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

C. A. Begnoche, M. A. Novak[56]
    VOCALIZATIONS ACROSS CONTEXTS IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

B. Moore, J. Taglialatela[57]
    GETTING TOO CLOSE: A BEHAVIORAL COMPARISON OF HAPALEMUR AUREUS EXAMINING THE EFFECTS OF TOURIST PRESENCE AT RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR.

C. Baratz[58]
    CAPTIVE ORANGUTANS ARE LESS ACTIVE THAN ORANGUTANS LIVING IN DEGRADED FORESTS

A. J. McFarland[59]
    VARIABLES AFFECTING INDOOR PAIRING SUCCESS IN ADULT RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

A. L. Steward, A. Sorenson, K. Elliot, J. Snarr, J. Capitanio, J. D. Higley[60]
    POTENTIAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH STEREOTYPED EAR-COVERING BEHAVIOR IN AN ADOLESCENT MALE GORILLA (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA)

M. H. Brown, M. A. Shender, K. E. Wagner, S. R. Ross[61]
    CHANGES IN HOUSING SIZE AND LAYOUT DO NOT AFFECT BEHAVIOR IN SMALL GROUPS OF SOOTY MANGABEYS

J. Crast, T. Jones, M. A. Bloomsmith, T. L. Meeker, C. M. Remillard[62]
            Breeding/Reproduction
    THE PRESENCE OF A MALE CO-TWIN IN UTERO DOES NOT AFFECT THE LIFETIME REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS OF FEMALE MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX KUHLII)

J. Cavanaugh, J. A. French.[63]
    MASTURBATION: EFFECTS OF MATING ACTIVITY AND DOMINANCE RANK AMONG FREE-RANGING MALE RHESUS MACAQUES OF CAYO SANTIAGO

S. P. Coyne, C. Dubuc, D. Maestripieri[64]
    AGES AT LAST BIRTHS AND REPRODUCTIVE SENESCENCE IN A GROUP OF CORRAL-HOUSED RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

E. L. Zucker, C. M. Escabi Ruiz, E. Maldonado, J. Gonzalez-Martinez[65]
            Colony Management/Enrichment
    INFANT CROSS-FOSTERING IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA): A PILOT STUDY FOR INTRODUCING NEW GENES INTO ESTABLISHED CAPTIVE SOCIAL GROUPS

F. Martinez-Sosa, C. Escabi Ruiz, A. Ruiz-Lambides[66]
    BEHAVIOR TREATMENT OF ALOPECIA IN MACACA FASCICULARIS: COMPARISON OF OUTCOMES

K. Harding[67]
    WEIGHT MANAGEMENT IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) USING A MODIFIED FEEDING DEVICE

J. P. Bridges, E. C. Mocarski, L. A. Reamer, S. P. Lambeth, S. J. Schapiro[68]
    THE EFFECT OF AVAILABLE SPACE ON A GROUP OF CAPTIVE GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA) AND CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) LIVING IN A NATURALISTIC ZOO SETTING

M. A. Shender, S. R. Ross[69]
    ALOPECIA IN CORRAL-HOUSED BABOONS: THE IMPACT OF SEASON, SEX, AND AGE

C. K. Lutz[70]
            Conservation
    HOW DO PEOPLE USE MONKEYS IN MEXICO?

F. Vidal-García, J. C. Serio-Silva[71]
            Demography/Population Studies
    LOW JUVENILE MORTALITY AND MINIMAL SEX DIFFERENCES IN AGE-SPECIFIC SURVIVAL CURVES OF WILD OWL MONKEYS (AOTUS AZARAI) OF ARGENTINA

S. M. Larson, E. Fernandez-Duque, F. Colchero, O. Jones[72]
    BLOOD VALUES AND PARASITIC INFECTIONS OF WILD POPULATIONS OF THE WHITE-FOOTED TAMARIN (SAGUINUS LEUCOPUS).

I. D. Soto-Calderon, Y. A. Acevedo-Garcés, G. M. García-Montoya, C. Hernández-Castro[73]
            Endocrinology
    BEHAVIORAL RESPONSES TO AN ACUTE STRESSOR DECREASE ACROSS DEVELOPMENT AND ARE DYNAMICALLY RELATED TO HPA ACTIVITY IN MARMOSETS

J. H. Taylor, J. A. French[74]
    EXPOSURE TO PRENATAL ANDROGENS INFLUENCES REPRODUCTIVE DEVELOPMENT IN MALE, BUT NOT FEMALE, MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX GEOFFROYI) IN CAPTIVITY

M. C. Huffman, A. K. Birnie, J. A. French[75]
            Evolution
    PATERNAL CARE IN NON-HUMAN PRIMATES: A PHYLOGENETICALLY INFORMED MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS

J. P. Perea-Rodriguez, A. R. Sharma, T. Garland, Jr.[76]
            Genetics
    DOPAMINE D4 RECEPTOR GENE (DRD4) VARIATION PREDICTS INCREASED AGGRESSION IN RHESUS MACAQUES

J. G. Clemente, S. G. Lindell, J. D. Higley, S. J. Soumi, C. S. Barr[77]
    POLYMORPHISM IN THE OPRM1 GENE AMONG OLD WORLD MONKEYS

S. G. Lindell, J. G. Clemente, C. S. Barr[78]
    THE CPRC SKELETAL COLLECTION AS A RESEARCH RESOURCE

T. B. Kensler[79]
            Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
    EMERGENCE PATTERNS OF ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR IN TWO POPULATIONS OF NURSERY-REARED RHESUS MACAQUE (MACACA MULATTA) MONKEYS

M. A. Truelove, A. L. Martin, J. E. Perlman, M. A. Bloomsmith[80]
    A STUDY OF INFANT TEMPERAMENT IN THE NOCTURNAL OWL MONKEY (AOTUS)

J. A. Herrington, B. Yusko, S. Evans[81]
    EARLY REARING CONDITIONS AFFECT MONOAMINE METABOLITE LEVELS DURING PERIODS OF SOCIAL SEPARATION STRESS: A NONHUMAN PRIMATE MODEL USING SOCIAL SEPARATION (MACACA MULATTA)

A. N. Sorenson, D. J. Garcia, P. J. Gartman, M. L. Schwandt , C. S. Barr, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[82]
            Learning/Cognition/Language
    TESTING FOR CHIMPANZEE INNOVATION AND SOCIAL LEARNING IN A ZOO SETTING

L. M. Hopper, K. E. Bonnie, L. M. Kurtycz, S. R. Ross[83]
    GENETIC VARIANTS IN VASOPRESSIN RECEPTOR (AVPR1A) ARE LINKED TO SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF A NOVEL TRAINING TASK IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

L. A. Reamer, R. L. Haller, E. J. Thiele, S. P. Lambeth, S. J. Schapiro, A. C. Keebaugh, L. J. Young, W. D. Hopkins[84]
    LATERALIZED COORDINATED TAIL-HAND SEQUENCE IN SPIDER MONKEYS (ATELES FUSCICEPS RUFIVENTRIS)

E. L. Nelson, A. Figueroa, M. F. Gonzalez, S. Albright, A. Gil[85]
            Morphology
    PACE OF DEVELOPMENTAL MARKERS IN CAPTIVE MACACA MULATTA.

A. R. Eller, S. Buckley, T. Edwards, S. R. Frost, F. J. White[86]
            Neuroscience/Pharmacology
    THE ROLE OF DOPAMINE D-1 RECEPTORS IN PAIR-BOND MAINTENANCE IN MONOGAMOUS TITI MONKEYS (CALLICEBUS CUPREUS).

E. S. Rothwell, S. P. Mendoza, W. A. Mason, B. J. Ragen, K. L. Bales[87]
    THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN BROCA'S AREA ASYMMETRIES AND OROFACIAL MOTOR CONTROL IN CHIMPANZEES.

S. M. Pope, M. Misiura, J. P. Taglialatela, W. D. Hopkins[88]
    VASOPRESSIN 1A RECEPTOR BINDING SITES IN THE BRAIN OF THE SOCIALLY MONOGAMOUS TITI MONKEY (CALLICEBUS CUPREUS)

S. M. Freeman, L. J. Young, K. L. Bales[89]
    EFFECTS OF AROMATASE INHIBITION AND ANDROGEN ACTIVITY ON SEROTONIN AND BEHAVIOR IN MALE JAPANESE MACAQUES (MACACA FUSCATA)

C. L. Bethea, A. L. Reddy, N. D. Roberston, K. Coleman[90]
            Physiology/Immunology
    BEHAVIORAL INHIBITION CHARACTERIZED IN INFANCY PREDICTS SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND IMMUNE FUNCTION IN YOUNG ADULT RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

K. Chun, L. A. Miller, J. P. Capitanio[91]
            Social Behavior
    DIFFERENT PERSONALITY TRAITS PREDICT SOCIAL CENTRALITY IN GROOMING NETWORKS OF SMALL AND LARGE SOCIAL GROUPS OF CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

A. L. Heagerty, B. A. Beisner, B. McCowan[92]
    HIERARCHICAL STEEPNESS, COUNTER-AGGRESSION, AND MACAQUE SOCIAL STYLE SCALE

K. N. Balasubramaniam, K. Dittmar, C. M. Berman, M. Butovskaya, M. A. Cooper, B. Majolo, H. Ogawa, G. Schino, B. Thierry, F. B. de Waal[93]
    CHRONIC SEROTONIN 1A AGONISM INCREASES PLASMA OXYTOCIN BUT SELECTIVELY DECREASES AFFILIATION IN THE TITI MONKEY (CALLICEBUS CUPREUS)

R. H. Larke, N. Maninger, S. P. Mendoza, K. L. Bales[94]
            Veterinary Medicine
    TRAINING GREAT APES FOR VOLUNTARY (AWAKE) CARDIAC ULTRASOUNDS

M. Dindo, B. Boyd, H. Murphy[95]
            Welfare & Health
    VISUAL ASSESSMENT OF ALOPECIA AND HAIR LOSS PATTERNS IN LABORATORY-HOUSED RHESUS MACAQUES USING OPEN SOURCE IMAGE J SOFTWARE

A. M. Ryan, M. T. Menard, K. Coleman, C. K. Lutz, J. M. Worlein, M. A. Novak[96]
    A MULTI-FACETED INVESTIGATION OF HAIR LOSS IN OUTDOOR GROUP-HOUSED RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

M. B. Sarnowski, K. R. Jacobsen, S. P. Lambeth, S. J. Schapiro[97]
    WOUNDING RATES IN BACHELOR AND MIXED-SEX GROUPING OF LOWLAND GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA).

B. I. Neier, D. Boyer, K. E. Lukas, S. R. Ross[98]