The 37th meeting of the American Society of Primatologists Scientific Program

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      Saturday, September 13, 2014 : Day 2
    08:00 AM-09:30 AM: Breakfast (Prefunction Area)
    08:00 AM-05:30 PM: Registration (Prefunction Area)
    08:30 AM-08:45 AM: Morning Announcements (Decatur A)
    08:45 AM-09:45 AM: Session 1: Featured Speaker: Thomas Gillespie "INTEGRATED CHIMPANZEE (PAN TROGLODYTES) AND ECOSYSTEM HEALTH IN THE GREATER GOMBE ECOSYSTEM, TANZANIA" (Decatur A)  [1]
    09:45 AM-10:00 AM: Break (Decatur A)
  - 10:00 AM-11:45 AM: Session 2: Interdisciplinary Symposium: INTEGRATING PRIMATE AND ECOSYSTEM HEALTH: THE ONE HEALTH PERSPECTIVE (Decatur A)  [2]
    10:00 AM THE GOMBE ECOHEALTH PROJECT: LONG-TERM INTEGRATED HEALTH-MONITORING IN WILD CHIMPANZEES

E. Lonsdorf, D. Travis, I. Lipende, T. Gillespie, J. Raphael, K. Terio, C. Murray, B. Hahn, A. Pusey[3]
    10:15 AM INCORPORATING PATHOLOGY INTO THE GOMBE ECOHEALTH PROJECT: DEAD ANIMALS DO TELL TALES

K. A. Terio, I. Lipende, J. Raphael, D. A. Travis, E. V. Lonsdorf, B. A. Hahn, M. J. Kinsel[4]
    10:30 AM EVALUATING THE ENTERIC MICROBIOME OF SIVCPZ INFECTED WILD-LIVING CHIMPANZEES

H. J. Barbian, M. A. Ramirez, Y. Li, I. Lipende, D. Mjungu, A. E. Pusey, E. V. Lonsdorf, F. Bibollet-Ruche, B. H. Hahn[5]
    10:45 AM ECO-EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ZOONOTIC ENTERIC PATHOGENS FROM HUMANS, WILD PRIMATES AND DOMESTICATED ANIMALS IN THE GREATER GOMBE ECOSYSTEM, TANZANIA

M. B. Parsons, D. Travis, E. V. Lonsdorf, I. Lipende, A. Collins, L. Xiao, S. Kamenya, D. Elchoufi, T. R. Gillespie[6]
    11:00 AM EPIDEMIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF RESPIRATORY DISEASE OUTBREAKS AMONG CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES SCHWEINFURTHII) IN GOMBE STREAM NATIONAL PARK FROM 2004-2012

T. M. Wolf, E. Lonsdorf, I. Lipende, T. Gillespie, B. Hahn, A. Pusey, C. Murray, R. Singer, D. Travis[7]
    11:15 AM IDENTIFYING HOTSPOTS FOR ZOONOTIC TRANSMISSION: QUANTIFING FINE-SCALE MOVEMENT OF DOMESTICATED ANIMALS RELATIVE TO CHIMPANZEES AT GOMBE STREAM NATIONAL PARK, TANZANIA

G. Vazquez-Prokopec, M. B. Parsons, D. A. Travis, E. V. Lonsdorf, I. Lipende, B. Gilagiza, S. Kamenya, L. Pintea, T. R. Gillespie[8]
    11:30 AM SCIENCE-BASED HEALTH MANAGEMENT PLANNING FOR GREAT APES

D. A. Travis, E. V. Lonsdorf, T. R. Gillespie, I. Lipende, J. Raphael, K. A. Terio, C. M. Murray, D. Mjungu, A. Collins, M. B. Parsons, T. Wolf, R. Singer, B. H. Hahn, M. L. Wilson, A. E. Pusey[9]
    11:45 AM-01:15 PM: Lunch (On Your Own)
    11:45 AM-01:00 PM: Session 3: Workshop: BEING A SCIENTIST ONLINE: POSSIBILITIES, PRAGMATICS & PITFALLS (Swanton Amphitheatre)  [10]
  - 01:15 PM-02:00 PM: Session 4: Evolution Session Chair: Jared Taglialatela (Decatur A)
    01:15 PM DOES THE FACE SIGNAL STATUS? CAPTIVE CAPUCHINS’ RESPONSE TO WIDE VERSUS NARROW FACES

V. Wilson, H. Buchanan-Smith, M. Gartner, A. El-Shaarawi, R. D'eath, A. Little, F. B. Morton[11]
    01:30 PM ANCESTRAL ADH4 ENZYMES INDICATE THE ANCESTORS OF HUMANS (HOMO SAPIENS) AND GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA) ADAPTED TO FERMENTED FRUIT.

M. Carrigan, O. Uryasev, C. B. Frye, C. R. Myers, T. D. Hurley, S. A. Benner[12]
    01:45 PM COMMUNICATIVE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CHIMPANZEES AND BONOBOS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ORIGINS OF HUMAN SPEECH

J. P. Taglialatela, B. A. Moore, W. D. Hopkins[13]
  - 01:15 PM-02:00 PM: Session 5: Feeding/Nutrition Session Chair: Toni Ziegler (Mary Gay)
    01:15 PM THE EFFECT OF FRUIT AND FLOWER AVAILABILITY ON FLOWER FORAGING IN WHITE-FACED CAPUCHINS (CEBUS CAPUCINUS) IN SECTOR SANTA ROSA, COSTA RICA

J. D. Hogan, A. D. Melin, L. M. Fedigan[14]
    01:30 PM WHY DO RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA) EAT SOIL?

B. P. Marriott, R. L. Jones, J. Roemer, IV, C. J. Sultana, H. M. Habermann (dec.), J. C. Smith, Jr.[15]
    01:45 PM VITAMIN D METABOLITES; VALUE COMPARISONS IN THREE LABORATORY PRIMATE SPECIES:COMMON MARMOSET, RHESUS AND CYNOMOLGUS MACAQUE

T. E. Ziegler, A. Kapoor, C. J. Hedman, J. W. Kemnitz[16]
  - 01:15 PM-02:00 PM: Session 6: Infant Development/Maternal Behavior Session Chair: John Capitanio (Henry Oliver)
    01:15 PM NEONATAL CAREGIVER-INFANT SOCIAL EXCHANGES AFFECT SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN NURSERY-REARED RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) IN THE FIRST YEAR OF LIFE

E. A. Simpson, A. Paukner, S. J. Suomi, P. F. Ferrari[17]
    01:30 PM SEX AND BIRTH ORDER PREDICT JUVENILE GROWTH AND SURVIVAL IN CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

C. L. Nunez, M. N. Grote, M. Wechsler, K. J. Hinde[18]
    01:45 PM NEUROPEPTIDE MANIPULATION MODULATES RESPONSES TO INFANT STIMULI IN MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)

J. H. Taylor, J. A. French[19]
    02:15 PM-03:15 PM: Session 7: Keynote Address: William Hopkins HOW RESEARCH WITH CHIMPANZEES INFORMS HUMAN HEALTH AND BEHAVIOR: WHAT THE INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE AND NIH IGNORED IN THEIR DELIBERATIONS (Decatur A) [20]
  - 03:30 PM-05:30 PM: Session 8: THE MANY INFLUENCES OF ONE PRIMATOLOGIST: DR. TERRY MAPLE: Mollie Bloomsmith (Decatur A)  [21]
    03:40 PM SOMETHING IMPORTANT THAT TERRY TAUGHT ME: CAREER COLLABORATION

M. Hoff[22]
    04:00 PM INTEGRATING COGNITIVE RESEARCH AND ANIMAL WELFARE

B. M. Perdue[23]
    04:20 PM IMPROVEMENTS IN LABORATORY PRIMATE WELFARE: DR. TERRY MAPLE’S INFLUENCE

M. Bloomsmith[24]
    04:40 PM THE ROLE OF BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS IN CAPTIVE PRIMATE MANAGEMENT: DR. TERRY MAPLE'S INFLUENCE

A. L. Martin[25]
    05:00 PM TO THE FIELD OR NOT TO THE FIELD? WHAT IS THE RESEARCH QUESTION?

E. L. Zucker[26]
  - 03:30 PM-05:30 PM: Session 9: Symposium: DIFFERENT INSIGHTS ABOUT SOCIAL PROCESSES IN PRIMATES: Melissa Suzanne Gerald (Mary Gay)  [27]
    03:35 PM CONNECTIONS MATTER: INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL NETWORKS AND THEIR PERTURBATIONS ON KEY INDICATORS OF HEALTH IN RHESUS MACAQUE SOCIETIES

B. McCowan[28]
    03:50 PM INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN COGNITION ACROSS THE LIFESPAN

S. F. Brosnan, M. J. Beran, L. E. Williams, B. J. Wilson[29]
    04:05 PM 'UNUSUAL' ANIMAL MODELS: THE ROLE OF SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT AND EARLY EXPERIENCE IN HEALTHY AGING

K. L. Bales[30]
    04:20 PM LONELY MONKEYS: WHEN SOCIAL DESIRE AND SOCIAL ATTAINMENT CLASH

J. Capitanio[31]
    04:35 PM INSIGHTS FROM PRIMATE MODELS FOR HUMAN SOCIALITY: SYNERGIES BETWEEN STUDIES IN CAPTIVITY AND THE FIELD

J. Tung[32]
    04:50 PM PRIMATE SOCIAL STATUS AND GLUCOCORTICOID PRODUCTION: COSTS AND BENEFITS OF PHYSIOLOGICAL STRESS

S. A. Cavigelli[33]
    05:05 PM ENERGETIC AND SOCIAL CONSTRAINTS ON THE LIFE HISTORIES OF CHIMPANZEES

M. Emery Thompson, M. N. Muller, A. V. Georgiev, Z. P. Machanda, R. W. Wrangham[34]
  - 03:30 PM-05:30 PM: Session 10: Learning/Cognition/Language Session Chair: Dorothy Fragaszy (Henry Oliver)
    03:30 PM VARIATION IN PERFORMANCE OF CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA), RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) AND CHILDREN (HOMO SAPIENS) IN A FORCED-CHOICE DECISION-MAKING PARADIGM

L. Pretot[35]
    03:45 PM CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES’ (PAN TROGLODYTES) RESPONSES TO TWO ECONOMIC GAMES

K. Hall, M. J. Beran, B. J. Wilson, S. P. Lambeth, S. J. Schapiro, S. F. Brosnan[36]
    04:00 PM EXAMINING CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES’ NAVIGATIONAL DECISION-MAKING STRATEGIES IN VIRTUAL SMALL- AND LARGE-SCALE SPACE

F. L. Dolins, C. R. Menzel, C. G. Klimowicz, J. Kelley[37]
    04:15 PM CHIMPANZEE MEMORY FOR FOOD TYPE, LOCATION, QUANTITY, AND TIME

K. Sayers, C. R. Menzel[38]
    04:30 PM THE HYBRID DELAY TASK AND ASSESSMENTS OF SELF-CONTROL IN CAPUCHINS (SAPAJUS SPP.) AND CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

M. J. Beran, T. A. Evans, W. D. Hopkins, E. Addessi, F. Paglieri[39]
    04:45 PM IMPLICIT LEARNING OF MULTIPLE STRUCTURES BY RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

L. A. Heimbauer, T. Qian, R. N. Aslin, D. J. Weiss[40]
    05:00 PM CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) MISPERCEIVE FOOD QUANTITIES IN CERTAIN CONTEXTS

A. E. Parrish, M. J. Beran[41]
    05:15 PM ARE CHIMPANZEES TRAPPED IN THE "PERMANENT PRESENT?" EVIDENCE FROM FORAGING TASKS

C. R. Menzel, K. Sayers[42]
    05:30 PM-07:00 PM: Executive Committee Meeting (Avondale)
    05:30 PM-07:00 PM: Dinner (On Your Own)
  - 07:00 PM-09:00 PM: Session 11: Poster Session 1 (Decatur B)
            Behaviour
    EXPLORING THE AFFECTIVE ASPECTS OF FUR RUBBING IN CAPTIVE BROWN CAPUCHIN (CEBUS APELLA)

J. P. Jefferson, A. Riddle, A. Paukner, S. J. Suomi[43]
    HANDEDNESS INFLUENCES INTERMANUAL TRANSFER IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) BUT NOT RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

E. R. Boeving, A. Lacreuse, W. D. Hopkins, K. A. Phillips, M. A. Novak, E. L. Nelson[44]
    TOOL-USE COMPREHENSION IN LION-TAILED MACAQUES (MACACA SILENUS)

S. E. Haverly, P. G. Judge[45]
    EXPERIMENTAL REMOVAL OF HIGH-RANKING NATAL MALES ALTERS THE STRUCTURE OF SILENT-BARED-TEETH DISPLAY NETWORKS IN CAPTIVE GROUPS OF RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

B. A. Beisner, B. McCowan[46]
    SINGING AND SWINGING: THE EVOLUTION OF PRIMATE CALL STRUCTURE AS A FUNCTION OF SUBSTRATE USE

D. M. Schruth, C. N. Templeton[47]
    COMMON MARMOSETS’ (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS) RESPONSES TO SNAKE CHARACTERISTICS

J. R. Wombolt, S. Neal, M. G. Rice, N. G. Caine[48]
    HAND PREFERENCE IN SIAMANGS (SYMPHALANGUS SYNDACTYLUS) AT THE EL PASO ZOO IN TEXAS

D. O. Spence, B. Benefit[49]
    VALIDATION OF A PARTNER PREFERENCE TEST IN COPPERY TITI MONKEYS (CALLICEBUS CUPREUS).

E. S. Rothwell, S. B. Carp, S. M. Freeman, E. Ferrer, K. L. Bales[50]
    CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (SAPAJUS LIBIDINOSIS) HANDLE STONE TOOLS SKILLFULLY

D. M. Fragaszy, K. Smith, R. Baldree, M. Haslam[51]
            Colony Management/Enrichment
    THE EFFECT OF PAIR HOUSING ON THE AYE-AYE (DAUBENTONIA MADAGASCARIENSIS)

F. G. McCrossin[52]
    STRUCTURE UTILIZATION BY INDOOR GROUP-HOUSED JUVENILE PIGTAILED MACAQUES (MACACA NEMESTRINA)

G. H. Lee, R. Kroeker, D. M. Christie, R. U. Bellanca, J. M. Worlein[53]
    DOES NEARBY CONSTRUCTION INCREASE AGGRESSION IN OUTDOOR, SOCIALLY HOUSED MACAQUES?

D. H. Gottlieb, K. Andrews, K. Coleman, C. L. Johnson, C. M. Lender, K. Prongay, K. Taylor[54]
            Conservation
    TORPOR IN A CRITICALLY ENDANGERED PRIMATE: CLIMATE EFFECTS ON JAVAN SLOW LORIS [NYCTICEBUS JAVANICUS] BEHAVIOR

K. D. Reinhardt, D. Spaan, I. Wirdateti, K. A. Nekaris[55]
    INTERPRETING CENSUS VARIATION IN PLATYRRHINES: DECADAL AND SEASONAL REPEATED CENSUSES AT BROWNSBERG NATURE PARK, SURINAME

M. A. Norconk, B. W. Wright, J. W. Moore, J. A. Ledogar[56]
    CONNECTING PEOPLE WITH PRIMATES TO CONNECT THE HABITAT

F. Vidal-Garcia, J. C. Serio-Silva, L. M. Ayala-Camacho, C. Oliva-Uribe[57]
            Ecology
    PREVALENCE OF ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE IN HUMANS, WILDLIFE, AND LIVESTOCK IN AND AROUND GOMBE NATIONAL PARK, TANZANIA

D. Elchoufi, M. Parsons, D. Travis, E. V. Lonsdorf, I. Lipende, S. Kamenya, T. R. Gillespie[58]
    ARE TEMPORAL PATTERNS OF FRUIT AVAILABILITY DRIVING OWL MONKEY (AOTUS AZARAE) REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS AND SEASONALITY?

B. J. Finkel, G. van der Heide, A. Di Fiore, E. Fernandez-Duque[59]
            Endocrinology
    THE EFFECTS OF EXTRACTION METHOD AND FREEZE/THAW CYCLES ON FECAL CORTISOL METABOLITES MEASUREMENTS IN SULAWESI CRESTED BLACK MACAQUES AT THE BUFFALO ZOO

D. A. Bertrand, M. Heistermann, S. W. Margulis, C. M. Berman[60]
    THE EFFECTS OF CHRONIC INTRANASAL OXYTOCIN ON RESPONSE TO NOVELTY IN JUVENILE TITI MONKEYS (CALLICEBUS CUPREUS)

T. A. Weinstein, S. P. Mendoza, W. A. Mason, M. Solomon, S. Jacob, K. L. Bales[61]
            Genetics
    SOCIAL SUBORDINATION, 5-HT TRANSPORTER GENE POLYMORPHISMS, AND BONE MASS AMONG OVARIECTOMIZED, SOCIALLY-HOUSED FEMALE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

A. Mummert, M. Sanchez, Z. Johnson, M. E. Wilson[62]
    CHIMPANZEE SOCIAL TOLERANCE AND POSSIBLE GENETIC INFLUENCES OF THE VASOPRESSIN V1A RECEPTOR GENE

S. L. Bogart, J. L. Russell, L. A. Reamer, M. C. Mareno, S. J. Schapiro, W. D. Hopkins[63]
    MAOA GENOTYPE X ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION AND INFLUENCE ON MONOAMINE NEUROTRANSMITTER FUNCTIONING IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) LIVING IN LARGE OUTDOOR CORRALS

D. G. Loveland, B. E. Dent, M. A. Skidmore, A. N. Sorenson, M. L. Schwandt, S. G. Lindell, S. J. Suomi, C. S. Barr, J. D. Higley[64]
            Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
    EXPLORING THE VARIABLE WEANING STRATEGIES OF CAPTIVE FEMALE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) USING STABLE ISOTOPE ANALYSIS

K. A. Partrick, L. J. Reitsema [65]
    THE ONTOGENY OF SPONTANEOUS LIPSMACKING IN INFANT RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) IN RESPONSE TO VISUAL STIMULI

S. P. Perkins, E. Feczko, S. Huskisson, L. A. Parr[66]
    SPEED OF SKIN AND COAT COLOR CHANGES INDICATE MATERNAL EFFECTS ON INFANT DEVELOPMENT IN LANGURS (SEMNOPITHECUS SCHISTACEUS)

A. Koenig, C. Borries[67]
            Learning/Cognition/Language
    GROUP DIFFERENCES IN COMMON MARMOSET (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS) ALARM CALL SIGNATURES

M. G. Rice, M. M. Petracca, N. G. Caine[68]
    DEVELOPMENT OF A COGNITIVE TESTING APPARATUS FOR SOCIALLY HOUSED MOTHER-PEER-REARED INFANT RHESUS MONKEYS

A. M. Dettmer, A. M. Murphy, S. J. Suomi[69]
            Neuroscience/Pharmacology
    USING MAQFACS TO MEASURE FACIAL MOVEMENT CHANGES DURING MPTP TREATMENT IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

T. R. Heitz, A. Galvan, T. Wichmann, L. A. Parr[70]
    MU AND KAPPA OPIOID RECEPTOR BINDING IN THE FOREBRAIN OF THE MONOGAMOUS TITI MONKEY (CALLICEBUS CUPREUS)

B. J. Ragen, S. M. Freeman, S. A. Laredo, S. P. Mendoza, K. L. Bales[71]
    TRACTOGRAPHY OF THE SPIDER MONKEY CORPUS CALLOSUM (ATELES GEOFFROYI) USING DIFFUSION TENSOR MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING.

D. A. Platas-Neri, K. A. Phillips[72]
            Physiology/Immunology
    SOCIABILITY IS RELATED TO LOWER BASELINE IMMUNE ACTIVITY IN RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

J. J. Vandeleest, J. Jin, B. McCowan[73]
    PERSONALITY AND BLOOD CHEMISTRY ASSOCIATIONS WITH CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

D. M. Altschul, D. Sinn, A. Weiss[74]
            Social Behavior
    TALK TO THE HAND: HAMADRYAS BABOON (PAPIO HAMADRYAS) HAND PREFERENCE IN GESTURAL COMMUNICATION

R. Vagell[75]
    AFFILIATIVE USE OF THE BARED TEETH DISPLAY IN OUTDOOR CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUES

K. R. Finn, B. A. Beisner, E. Bliss-Moreau, B. McCowan[76]
    SOCIAL INTERACTIONS OF RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) THROUGH STEPS OF PAIR CAGING INTRODUCTION

M. A. Truelove, J. E. Perlman, M. A. Bloomsmith[77]
    PERSONALITY IS ASSOCIATED WITH CHANGES IN FRIENDSHIPS AFTER SOCIAL SEPARATION IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

J. Jin, B. A. Beisner, J. J. Vandeleest, B. McCowan[78]
            Welfare & Health
    PROMOTING WILD POSTURES: THE USE OF GUM-BASED ENRICHMENT IN INCREASING THE NATURAL BEHAVIORS OF RESCUED SLOW LORISES (NYCTICEBUS BENGALENSIS, N. PYGMAEUS AND N. COUCANG) IN THAILAND

S. A. Poindexter, K. A. Nekaris [79]
    09:00 PM-11:00 PM: Student Mixer (Henry Oliver)