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

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      Friday, June 21, 2013 : Day 3
    08:00 AM-06:00 PM: Registration (SG Foyer ABC)
    08:30 AM-08:45 AM: Morning Announcements (San Geronimo Ballroom B)
    08:45 AM-09:45 AM: Session 10: Keynote Address: PROYECTO TITI: DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE CONSERVATION STRATEGIES TO PROTECT THE CRITICALLY ENDANGERED COTTON-TOP TAMARIN (SAGUINUS OEDIPUS) IN COLOMBIA.: Anne Savage (San Geronimo Ballroom B)  [99]
  + 10:00 AM-11:15 AM: Session 11: Learning, Cognition, and Language Session Chair: Charles Menzel (San Geronimo Ballroom B)
  + 10:00 AM-11:30 AM: Session 12: Genetics, Infant Development, and Maternal Behavior Session Chair: Katie Hinde (Auditorium)
  + 10:00 AM-12:15 PM: Session 13: Symposium: QUANTITATIVE STUDIES ASSESSING POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT TRAINING FOR NONHUMAN PRIMATES: Mollie Bloomsmith (San Geronimo Ballroom C)  [111]
  + 11:30 AM-12:30 PM: Session 14: Symposium: PROGRESS IN PRIMATE GENOMICS: Sree Kanthaswamy (San Geronimo Ballroom B)  [119]
  + 11:45 AM-12:30 PM: Session 15: Feeding and Nutrition Session Chair: Paul Garber (Auditorium)
    12:30 PM-02:00 PM: Lunch (on your own) (SG A & Foyer A)
    12:30 PM-02:00 PM: Session 16: Student Luncheon Workshop: TEACHING PORTFOLIOS AND STRATEGIES FOR THE TEACHING JOB SEARCH: Darlene A. Smucny (San Geronimo Ballroom B)  [126]
    02:00 PM-03:00 PM: Session 17: Past President's Address: GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS IN FIELD TRAINING AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH EDUCATION: 20 YEARS OF PROGRESS: Randall C. Kyes (San Geronimo Ballroom B)  [127]
  + 03:15 PM-04:30 PM: Session 18: Endocrinology, Neuroscience, and Physiology Session Chair: Amanda Dettmer (San Geronimo Ballroom B)
  + 03:15 PM-05:30 PM: Session 19: Ecology Session Chair: Marilyn Norconk (Auditorium)
  + 03:15 PM-05:00 PM: Session 20: Symposium: FACTORS INFLUENCING EMOTIONAL BEHAVIORS IN PRIMATES: Jessica Raper (San Geronimo Ballroom C)  [142]
    05:30 PM-07:00 PM: Board of Directors Meeting (Executive Boardroom)
    05:30 PM-07:00 PM: Dinner (on your own) (SG Foyer ABC)
  - 07:00 PM-09:00 PM: Session 21: Poster Session (SG Foyer ABC)
            Behaviour
    THE EFFECT OF WEIGHT ON THE COMPATIBILITY OF ISOSEXUAL PAIRS OF CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

V. Maguire-Herring , K. M. Stonemetz, L. J. Lynch, M. A. Fahey[148]
    A BEHAVIORAL EVALUATION OF PREGNANT ZOO-HOUSED GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA)

E. R. Boeving, M. A. Shender, K. E. Wagner, S. R. Ross[149]
    BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT IN A NEW GROUP OF BACHELOR GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA)

S. E. Henley, M. A. Shender, K. E. Wagner, S. R. Ross[150]
    EXPLORING BEHAVIORAL RESPONSES TO DIFFERENT TYPES OF NOVELTY IN FREE-RANGE INFANT RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) ON CAYO SANTIAGO, PUERTO RICO

C. Fleener, G. Ruber, D. Maestripieri[151]
    A CASE OF HYBRIDIZATION IN GUENONS AT NYUNGWE FOREST NATIONAL PARK, RWANDA: CERCOPITHECUS ASCANIUS SCHMIDTI X C. POGONIAS DENTI

K. M. Detwiler, J. Gray, B. A. Kaplin[152]
    EXTREME AND MINIMAL RESPONSE TO EARLY SOCIAL STRESS IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) PREDICTS THE RESPONSE TO SOCIAL CHALLENGE LATER IN LIFE

M. L. Schwandt, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley, C. S. Barr[153]
    FUR RUBBING BEHAVIOR AFFECTS SOCIAL COHESION AMONG CAPUCHIN MONKEYS

A. Riddle, A. Paukner[154]
    PERCEIVED PREDATOR ENCOUNTERS DO NOT INFLUENCE THE RANGING BEHAVIOR OF SPIDER MONKEYS IN YASUNI, ECUADOR

S. A. Suarez, E. L. Stefani, A. B. Blackburn[156]
    THE EFFECT OF CROWD SIZE ON AFFILIATIVE AND AGONISTIC BEHAVIORS IN ZOO-HOUSED TUFTED CAPUCHINS (CEBUS APELLA).

M. E. Daniels, J. R. Tobey[157]
    ACTIVITY PROFILES OF THE NOCTURNAL OWL MONKEY (AOTUS) DURING THE NIGHT IN A SEMI-NATURAL ENVIRONMENT

B. Yusko, J. Herrington, S. Evans[158]
            Biomedicine
    A BARRIER COLONY OF SPF COMMON MARMOSETS

C. N. Ross, S. D. Tardif, S. Austad[159]
    HEALTHSPAN EFFECTS OF LONG-TERM RAPAMYCIN DOSING IN MARMOSETS

J. Spross, C. N. Ross, M. Javers, R. Strong, S. Austad, S. D. Tardif[160]
    THE RHESUS MACAQUE AS A MODEL FOR THE STUDY OF ENDOMETRIOSIS

L. A. Ruiz, I. Flores, O. D. Gonzalez, A. G. Burgos, M. Arce, A. T. Fazleabas, E. Kraiselburd, J. Gonzalez[161]
            Colony Management/Enrichment
    ENRICHMENT OBJECT PREFERENCES IN LABORATORY RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

M. C. Carey, A. M. West, B. Diaz, W. L. Wagner, J. M. Erwin[162]
    COLONY-WIDE ASSESSMENT OF THE FORAGING DEVICES: REFINEMENT OF DELIVERY PRACTICES, COST AND THE CALORIC CONTENT DELIVERED VIA FORAGING DEVICES.

P. J. Pierre, N. A. Torres, M. D. Rosga, J. M. Sullivan[163]
    REACTION TO NOVEL POOL ENRICHMENT BY INDOOR GROUP-HOUSED JUVENILE MACACA NEMESTRINA

G. H. Lee, D. M. Christie, R. H. Kroeker, J. M. Worlein[164]
    BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF TRANSPORTATION AND RELOCATION ON CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

L. A. Reamer, R. L. Haller, E. J. Thiele, S. J. Schapiro, S. P. Lambeth[165]
    THE USE OF MEDICATED FEED TO TREAT A SHIGELLOSIS EPIZOOTIC IN A FREE-RANGING COLONY OF RHESUS MACAQUE (MACACA MULATTA).

A. G. Burgos, A. Ruiz, A. Mejia[166]
            Conservation
    FECAL CORTISOL METABOLITES IN MILNE-EDWARDS’ SIFAKA ARE HIGHER IN AN UNDISTURBED SITE THAN IN A DISTURBED SITE IN RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR

S. Tecot, M. Silva, J. Jernvall, P. C. Wright[167]
    TRAINING IN PRIMATOLOGY: INCREASING PROFESSIONAL CAPACITY OF YOUNG PRIMATOLOGISTS IN ASIA, SOUTH AMERICA AND MADAGASCAR

C. L. Tan, M. Talebi, J. H. Ratsimbazafy, S. Atsalis, L. J. Miller[168]
            Ecology
    LIFE HISTORY PARAMETERS OF FORMOSAN MACAQUES AT MT. LONGEVITY

G. Agoramoorthy, J. F. Lin, M. J. Hsu[169]
    COMPARISON OF HOME RANGE PROGRAMS: GOLDEN LION TAMARINS AS A CASE STUDY

S. J. Hankerson, J. M. Dietz[170]
    PAN AFRICAN PROGRAMME: ECOLOGICAL INFLUENCES ON CULTURE

K. Corogenes, M. Arandjelovic, H. Kuehl, G. Mayanja, K. Zuberbuehler, C. Boesch[171]
    HABITAT- AND TEMPERATURE-RELATED DIFFERENCES IN URINARY INDICES OF HEALTH IN WILD BLACK HOWLER MONKEYS (ALOUATTA PIGRA) IN BALANCÁN, MEXICO

E. L. Zucker, D. Tejero-Geronimo, J. C. Serio-Silva[172]
    GASTROINTESTINAL SYMBIONTS OF FREE-RANGING WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA)

B. Kalousova, I. Profousova, K. Pomajbikova, D. Modry, K. A. Shutt, H. Hasegawa, J. A. Benavides, A. F. Todd, K. J. Petrzelkova[173]
            Feeding/Nutrition
    MICRONUTRIENT CONTENT OF SELECTED YELLOW BABOON (PAPIO CYNOCEPHALUS) FOODS AT THE TANA RIVER PRIMATE NATIONAL RESERVE, KENYA

V. K. Bentley-Condit, M. Power[174]
    FUNGI AS FOOD RESOURCES FOR JAPANESE MACAQUES (MACACA FUSCATA YAKUI) ON YAKUSHIMA ISLAND, JAPAN

A. Sawada, H. Sato, E. Inoue, Y. Otani, G. Hanya[175]
            Genetics
    EXOME SEQUENCE COMPARISONS FOR FUNCTIONAL VARIATION IN AN INDIAN AND A CHINESE MACAQUE (MACACA MULATTA)

C. A. Driscoll, K. Blackistone, J. Clemente, S. G. Lindell, S. J. Suomi, C. S. Barr[176]
    POPULATION HISTORY OF ALOUATTA PALLIATA MEXICANA AT THE NORTHERN LIMIT OF ITS DISTRIBUTION: TWO INVASIONS?

L. M. García-Feria, L. E. Argüello-Sánchez, J. C. Serio-Silva, A. Espinosa de los Monteros[177]
    GEOGRAPHIC REPRESENTATION OF THE WESTERN GORILLA DIVERSITY IN USA ZOOS

I. D. Soto-Calderon, J. L. Dew, M. I. Jensen-Seaman, N. M. Anthony[178]
            Learning/Cognition/Language
    EFFECT OF ESTRADIOL REPLACEMENT ON BEHAVIOR, COGNITION AND BRAIN ACTIVITY IN MIDDLE-AGED FEMALE MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)

M. G. LaClair, J. Chang, C. M. Metevier, J. S. Meyer, C. M. Ferris, A. Lacreuse[179]
    CAN CAPUCHINS SOLVE THE FLOATING PEANUT TASK?

K. A. Phillips, A. Abramo, E. Renner[180]
    EXPLORING INDIVIDUAL VOCAL SIGNATURES IN ALARM CALLS AND BODY SIZE OF CAPTIVE GEOFFROY'S MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX GEOFFROYI)

M. M. Petracca[181]
            Research Methods
    THE USE OF CAMERA TRAPS TO STUDY A NOCTURNAL MONKEY (AOTUS SSP.)IN CAPTIVITY

S. Evans[182]
    VALIDATING THE USE OF URINARY C-PEPTIDE AS A MEASURE OF METABOLIZABLE ENERGY INTAKE IN CAPTIVE COLOBUS MONKEYS – A VARIATION ON PRESERVATION METHODS.

L. C. Loyola, L. P. Turcotte, R. A. Delgado[183]
    METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR USING C-PEPTIDE CONCENTRATIONS TO ASSESS ENERGETIC STATUS IN ADULT RED COLOBUS MONKEYS (PROCOLOBUS RUFOMITRATUS) IN KIBALE NATIONAL PARK, UGANDA

R. M. Petersen, K. M. Milich, J. M. Bahr[184]
    CLARENCE R. CARPENTER AND THE FOUNDATION OF FIELD COGNITIVE RESEARCH IN PRIMATOLOGY

B. Urbani[185]
            Social Behavior
    SHORT TERM STEEPNESS CHANGES IN TIBETAN MACAQUES (MACACA THIBETANA) AT MT. HUANGSHAN, CHINA

E. S. Dunayer, C. M. Berman, M. D. Matheson, L. K. Sheeran, J. Li, R. S. Wagner[186]
    CHANGES IN WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLA (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA) GROUP COHESION FOLLOWING THE BIRTH OF A BABY

L. M. Kurtycz, M. A. Shender, S. R. Ross[187]
    CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) SOCIALLY REFERENCE GAZE CUES TO CORRECT THEIR OWN MISINFORMATION

K. Hall, R. W. Byrne, M. W. Oram, M. W. Campbell, T. M. Eppley, F. B. de Waal[188]
    RH5-HTTLPR, RHMAOA-LPR AND EARLY TEMPERAMENT PREDICT REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS IN CAPTIVE MALE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

J. Jin, J. P. Capitanio[189]
            Welfare & Health
    THE USE OF ACCELEROMETERS AS A WELFARE MANAGEMENT TOOL FOR CAPTIVE SQUIRREL MONKEYS (SAIMIRI) AND OWL MONKEYS (AOTUS)

K. D. Sherenco, A. N. Holmes, S. P. Lambeth, S. J. Schapiro, L. E. Williams[190]
    THE NATURE OF HUMAN-MONKEY INTERACTIONS IS ASSOCIATED WITH PATHOGEN PREVALENCE IN COMMENSAL RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) IN DEHRADUN, INDIA

B. A. Beisner, A. Heagerty, K. Fernandez, D. E. Minier, S. K. Seil, E. R. Atwill, B. K. Gupta, N. P. Chauhan, B. McCowan[191]