The 38th Meeting of the American Society of Primatologists Scientific Program

  Wednesday, June 17, 2015 : Day 1
  07:30 AM-09:00 PM: REGISTRATION DESK (Hall/Lobby)  [1]
  09:00 AM-12:00 PM: ASP EDUCATION COMMITTEE PRE-CONFERENCE EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH: Amanda M. Dettmer and M. Karen Hambright (Cascade E)  [3]
  09:00 AM-12:00 PM: WORKSHOP ON PRIMATE SOCIAL NETWORKS (COCC Science Center )  [2]
  01:00 PM-03:00 PM: PROGRAM COMMITTEE (Cascade E)  [4]
  01:00 PM-03:00 PM: CONSERVATION COMMITTEE (Cascade F)  [8]
  01:00 PM-03:00 PM: EDUCATION COMMITTEE (Cascade H)  [5]
  01:00 PM-03:00 PM: PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE (Cascade I)  [6]
  01:00 PM-03:00 PM: MEMBERSHIP AND FINANCE COMMITTEE (Sisters B)  [7]
  03:00 PM-05:00 PM: PRIMATE CARE COMMITTEE (Cascade E)  [11]
  03:00 PM-05:00 PM: RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (Cascade F)  [9]
  03:00 PM-05:00 PM: AWARDS COMMITTEE (Cascade H)  [12]
  03:00 PM-05:00 PM: STUDENT COMMITTEE (Cascade I)  [13]
  03:00 PM-05:00 PM: MEDIA AND INFORMATION COMMITTEE (Sisters B)  [10]
  05:00 PM-06:30 PM: Past President's Reception (TBD)
  06:30 PM-08:30 PM: OPENING RECEPTION (Cascade AJBCD)  [14]
  Thursday, June 18, 2015 : Day 2
  07:30 AM-07:00 PM: REGISTRATION DESK (Hall/Lobby)  [17]
  08:15 AM-09:00 AM: OPENING REMARKS AND DATA BLITZ (Cascade AJBCD)  [18]
  09:00 AM-10:15 AM: MONKEYS IN SPACE: GEOGRAPHY, ECOLOGY AND SOCIAL LIFE (Cascade AJBCD)  [19]
  10:15 AM-10:30 AM: BREAK (TBD)  [21]
  10:30 AM-11:30 AM: PRESIDENT’S FORUM: LABORATORY RESEARCH WITH NONHUMAN PRIMATES: CONCEPTUAL, ETHICAL, AND REGULATORY ISSUES. (Cascade AJBCD)  [22]
  11:30 AM-12:30 PM: LUNCH ON YOUR OWN (TBD)  [23]
  12:30 PM-02:50 PM: INTERDISCIPLINARY SYMPOSIUM ON PRIMATE SOCIAL AND BIOLOGICAL NETWORKS (Cascade AJBCD)  [24]
  12:30 PM NETWORK DYNAMICS OF SOCIAL STABILITY

B. A. Beisner, H. Fushing, B. McCowan[25]
  12:50 PM QUANTIFYING INFORMATION TRANSFER ACROSS SOCIAL NETWORKS: TOOLS, APPLICATIONS AND ECOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS

D. R. Farine, W. Hoppitt[26]
  01:10 PM COLLECTIVE MOVEMENT IN SOCIALLY AND ENVIRONMENTALLY HETEROGENEOUS SYSTEMS: A CASE STUDY IN OLIVE BABOONS

M. C. Crofoot, D. R. Farine, A. Strandburg-Peshkin, I. Brugere, J. Li, T. Y. Berger-Wolf[27]
  01:30 PM A SOCIAL NETWORK PERSPECTIVE ON MACAQUE SOCIAL STYLES.

J. Duboscq, V. Romano, A. MacIntosh, C. Sueur[28]
  01:50 PM INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN AFFECTIVE PROCESSING RELATE TO SOCIAL NETWORK STATUS: A PRELIMINARY STUDY

E. Bliss-Moreau, B. Beisner, G. Moadab, B. McCowan[29]
  02:10 PM ESTABLISHING THE RELIABILITY OF RHESUS MACAQUE SOCIAL NETWORK ASSESSMENT FROM VIDEO OBSERVATIONS

E. Feczko, T. A. Mitchell, H. Walum, J. M. Brooks, T. R. Heitz, L. J. Young, L. A. Parr[31]
  02:30 PM MORE THAN JUST A NUMBERS GAME: POPULATIONS, NETWORKS, AND DISEASE DYNAMICS IN PRIMATES

C. M. McCabe, F. Jordán, C. L. Nunn[32]
  02:50 PM-03:00 PM: BREAK (TBD)  [33]
  03:00 PM-05:10 PM: EVOLUTIONARY PERSPECTIVES ON BEHAVIOR, BONES, AND DEVELOPMENT (Cascade H)  [34]
  03:05 PM TESTING THE VARIABILITY SELECTION HYPOTHESIS IN MACAQUES.

A. R. Eller, K. G. Morley, H. A. Sullivan III, F. J. White[38]
  03:20 PM COMMUNITIES OR CLIQUES? A REEXAMINATION OF BONOBO SOCIAL ORGANIZATION

M. T. Waller, M. L. Wakefield, K. J. Boose, F. J. White[41]
  03:35 PM A REASSESSMENT OF THE PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF THE SULAWESI MACAQUES BASED ON 3D GEOMETRIC MORPHOMETRICS

M. Anderson, S. R. Frost[44]
  03:50 PM COMPARISON OF MEASURES OF INTER-INDIVIDUAL AFFILIATION AMONG RING-TAILED LEMURS (LEMUR CATTA)

L. E. Gotuaco, C. M. Brand, C. G. Oliveira, K. Ortiz, T. K. Lucas, F. J. White[47]
  04:00 PM BREAK
  04:10 PM BERGMANN'S RULE IN SKULL SIZE AND CLINAL VARIATION IN SKULL SHAPE OF WILD VS. CAPTIVE FASCICULARIS GROUP MACAQUES

J. L. Arenson, M. Anderson, A. Eller, E. Simons, F. J. White, S. R. Frost[52]
  04:25 PM LATERALITY OF GROOMING AND TOOL USE IN A GROUP OF CAPTIVE BONOBOS (PAN PANISCUS)

C. M. Brand, L. F. Marchant, K. J. Boose, F. J. White, T. M. Rood, A. Meinelt[55]
  04:40 PM MORPHOLOGICAL SIGNALS AND MATING SYSTEMS: COMPARING MEASURES OF CRANIAL FLUCTUATING ASYMMETRY AND SECOND-TO-FOURTH DIGIT RATIO IN PRIMATES.

K. S. Clarke, K. P. McNulty, A. R. Eller, J. L. Arenson, M. Anderson, E. Simons, F. J. White, S. R. Frost[58]
  04:55 PM MIND OVER MATTER: AN ONTOGENETIC PERSPECTIVE

M. N. Muchlinski, H. Vollrath, H. Hemingway[61]
  03:00 PM-05:15 PM: CONTRIBUTED TALKS: NEUROSCIENCE/PHARMACOLOGY/ENDOCRINOLOGY. Chair: Tamara Weinstein (Cascade E)  [36]
  03:00 PM HAIR CORTISOL IS ASSOCIATED WITH CHANGES IN HAIR LOSS AND BODY CONDITION ACROSS PUBERTY IN MALE RHESUS MONKEYS

A. M. Dettmer, R. A. Woodward, K. Rosenberg, S. J. Suomi, M. A. Novak, J. S. Meyer[37]
  03:15 PM RANK AND DOMINANCE UNCERTAINTY INFLUENCE PRO-INFLAMMATORY CYTOKINE AND VIRAL ANTIBODY LEVELS IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

J. J. Vandeleest, B. A. Beisner, D. L. Hannibal, J. P. Capitanio, B. McCowan[40]
  03:30 PM OXYTOCIN AND SOCIAL BUFFERING IN MARMOSETS

J. Cavanaugh, C. M. Rose, J. A. French[43]
  03:45 PM OXYTOCIN, TESTOSTERONE, AND THE INITIATION OF AGGRESSION IN BONOBOS (PAN PANISCUS)

K. Boose, E. Midttveit, F. White, A. Meinelt, J. Snodgrass[46]
  04:00 PM PROLACTIN AND OXYTOCIN: INTERACTIONS AND DUAL ROLES

T. E. Ziegler, C. T. Snowdon[50]
  04:15 PM EARLY REARING EXPERIENCE MODULATES TEMPERAMENT AND ACTIVITY OF THE OXYTOCIN SYSTEM AND HYPOTHALAMIC-PITUITARY-ADRENOCORTICAL (HPA) AXIS IN INFANT RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

A. F. Hamel, A. M. Dettmer, M. M. Miller, S. J. Suomi, J. S. Meyer, M. A. Novak[53]
  04:30 PM GENETIC REGULATION OF HIPPOCAMPAL SIZE TRAIT IN VERVET MONKEYS

A. J. Jasinska, S. Service, S. Fears, I. Zelaya, Y. Huang, L. Navarro, M. Jorgensen, G. Weinstock, W. Warren, R. Woods, G. Coppola, N. Freimer[56]
  04:45 PM CAPTIVE BONOBO URINARY CORTISOL FOLLOWS DIURNAL RHYTHM: IMPLICATIONS FOR PRIMATE SOCIO-ENDOCRINOLOGY RESEARCH

E. C. Squires, K. J. Boose, F. J. White, A. Meinelt, J. J. Snodgrass[59]
  05:00 PM VARIATION IN MALE AGGRESSIVENESS BETWEEN WILD CHACMA BABOONS IN BOTSWANA AND GUINEA BABOONS IN SENEGAL AND THEIR RELATION TO FT AND FGC PATTERNS

U. Kalbitzer, M. Heistermann, D. Cheney, R. Seyfarth, J. Fischer[62]
  03:00 PM-05:20 PM: THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE MODERN PRIMATE SANCTUARY AND THE GROWTH OF COLLABORATIVE OPPORTUNITIES (Cascade F)  [35]
  03:05 PM THE EVOLUTION OF PRIMATE SANCTUARIES IN THE UNITED STATES

E. W. Fleury[39]
  03:20 PM RESEARCH RETIREMENT: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN RESEARCH AND SANCTUARY

K. Bagnall[42]
  03:35 PM WHAT ENABLES A UNIVERSITY TO WORK EFFECTIVELY WITH A PRIVATE SANCTUARY TO RETIRE NONHUMAN PRIMATES

D. M. Fragaszy, C. King, L. Alworth[45]
  03:50 PM CHALLENGES ASSOCIATED WITH INITIATING A NEW SANCTUARY FOR OLD WORLD PRIMATES

S. D. Kubisch[48]
  04:05 PM PROMOTING A SUCCESSFUL TRANSPORTATION AND RELOCATION PROCESS FOR CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

S. P. Lambeth, S. J. Schapiro[51]
  04:20 PM THE RETIREMENT AND INTEGRATION OF FORMER LABORATORY-HOUSED CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) AT CHIMP HAVEN

A. Fultz, K. Taylor , R. Jackson-Jewett[54]
  04:35 PM TOWARD A COMMON GOAL: OPPORTUNITIES FOR COLLABORATION BETWEEN PRIMATE SANCTUARIES AND UNIVERSITIES

J. B. Mulcahy, M. L. Jensvold[57]
  04:50 PM OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES IN REALIZING THE RESEARCH POTENTIAL OF SANCTUARIES

S. R. Ross[60]
  05:05 PM VETERINARY CARE OF CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) AT THE SAVE THE CHIMPS SANCTUARY

J. Bezner[63]
  06:00 PM-08:00 PM: POSTER SESSION I (Cascade AJBCD)  [64]
          Behaviour
  CAPTIVE FEMALE BONOBOS (PAN PANISCUS) TEND TO BE MORE SOCIAL DURING TOOL USE THAN MALES

D. M. Goodkin-Gold, C. M. Brand, K. J. Boose, F. J. White, A. Meinelt[view]
  A C-TO-T SNP IN THE PROMOTER REGION OF THE RHESUS MACAQUE (MACACA MULATTA) CRH GENE INTERACTS WITH EARLY REARING EXPERIENCES INFLUENCING ANXIOUS BEHAVIOR

S. A. Aston, P. H. O'Connell, M. L. Schwandt, C. S. Barr, S. G. Lindell, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[66]
  JAVAN GIBBONS (HYLOBATES MOLOCH) VARY GESTURE USE BY RECIPIENT’S ATTENTIONAL STATE AT THE GIBBON CONSERVATION CENTER, CA

M. C. Bell, L. K. Sheeran, G. Skollár[67]
  FEMALE-FEMALE BRIDGING BEHAVIOR IN TIBETAN MACAQUES (MACACA THIBETANA) AT MT. HUANGSHAN, CHINA

G. J. Clifton, L. K. Sheeran, R. S. Wagner, J. H. Li[71]
  AGE AND SEX DIFFERENCES IN AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIORS OF WILD AZARA’S OWL MONKEY (AOTUS AZARAE) IN FORMOSA, ARGENTINA

M. K. Corley, S. Xia, E. Fernandez-Duque[72]
  COOPERATING TO COMPETE: EVALUATING BEHAVIORAL COORDINATION IN RESPONSE TO SIMULATED TERRITORIAL INTRUSION IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

K. A. Cronin, B. Pieper, E. J. van Leeuwen, C. Crockford, D. B. Haun[73]
  SNOW MONKEYS SETTLE IN: THE DESIGN OF A NEW ZOO-BASED RESEARCH PROGRAM FOR JAPANESE MACAQUES (MACACA FUSCATA)

K. A. Cronin, L. M. Hopper, S. R. Ross[74]
  USING A TOOL: IMPACT OF DEGREES OF FREEDOM ON TERMINAL PERFORMANCE BY TUFTED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (SAPAJUS SPP.)

D. M. Fragaszy, J. Lukemire, E. R. Cruz, S. Villareal, M. C. Kelley[77]
  AGGRESSION IN A BACHELOR GROUP OF GORILLAS

S. J. Hankerson, D. Glad, M. Kracht[79]
  WITHIN-GROUP SPATIAL POSITION AND SWATH GEOMETRY OF BEARDED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (SAPAJUS LIBIDINOSUS)

A. Howard, C. Jones, W. Fagan, D. Fragaszy[82]
  PARALYMPIC PRIMATE: SKILLFUL NUT-CRACKING WITH ONE FOOT

Q. Liu, M. Joel[84]
  INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN HAND PREFERENCE DURING A NOVEL TASK IN COMMON MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)

S. J. Neal, N. G. Caine[91]
  THE MANAGEMENT OF SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOR IN A LABORATORY HOUSED RHESUS MACAQUE USING A MULTI-COMPONENT INTERVENTION PACKAGE AND PAROXETINE

A. N. Rehrig[95]
  COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF COMMUNICATION IN CAPTIVE PAIRS OF AOTUS NANCYMAAE IN A SEMI-NATURALISTIC ENVIRONMENT.

A. A. Rodriguez, A. Salazar, M. F. Gonzalez, S. Evans[96]
  VARIATIONS IN THE MU-OPIOID RECEPTOR INFLUENCES MATERNAL BEHAVIOR AND INFANT OUTCOMES IN RHESUS MACAQUE

K. Willoughby, H. Page, S. Waters, M. Schwandt, C. Barr, S. Lindell, S. Suomi, J. Higley[103]
  ELO-RATING AS A TOOL TO MEASURE RANK CHANGES AND DOMINANCE STABILITY IN SEMI FREE RANGING RHESUS MACAQUES

L. J. Wooddell, S. K. Kaburu, A. M. Dettmer, S. J. Suomi[104]
          Colony Management/Enrichment
  STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESSFULLY SOCIAL HOUSING INCOMPATIBLE CYNOMOLGUS MACAQUE TRIADS

D. M. Abney, H. A. Moomaw[65]
  USING A PREDICTIVE GROWTH MODEL TO INFORM MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES OF A CAPTIVE PRIMATE COLONY

D. H. Gottlieb, D. Lawrence, K. Andrews[78]
  AN EVALUATION OF THE EFFICACY OF VIDEO CONTENT AS A FORM OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA).

S. A. Hoker, K. M. Habbel, P. J. Pierre[81]
  PREDICTING OWL MONKEY PAIRING SUCCESS FROM THE FIRST HOUR OF INTERACTION

T. McAdams, S. P. Lambeth, L. E. Williams[85]
  IMPACT OF NATURALISTIC VS ARTIFICIAL ENRICHMENT DEVICES ON VISITOR PERCEPTION OF A ZOO-HOUSED GROUP OF CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

J. McNernie, J. S. Widness, M. A. Shender, M. L. Leahy, S. R. Ross[86]
  MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR ABANDONED RHESUS MONKEY INFANTS (MACACA MULATTA) IN AN SPF BREEDING COLONY PART 1: FOSTERING

T. Meeker, G. Von Scherr, A. Cerqueda, K. Cummings, D. Mesa Osorio, I. Barnes, C. Docampo, K. Bailey, R. Stavisky[87]
  INTERACTIVE PROJECTION AS ENRICHMENT IN CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

C. L. Sams, S. N. El-Mallah, M. T. Menard, A. M. Ryan, M. A. Novak[97]
          Conservation
  IDENTIFICATION OF MICROSATELLITE LOCI TO INFER RED COLOBUS GENETIC STRUCTURE AMONG FRAGMENTS SURROUNDING KIBALE NATIONAL PARK

A. J. Hitchcock, M. J. Ruiz-Lopez, N. Simons, N. Ting[16]
          Demography/Population Studies
  MORE MONKEYS THAN PEOPLE? POPULATION SIZE AND ECOLOGICAL FLEXIBILITY IN ST. KITTS VERVET MONKEYS (CHLOROCEBUS AETHIOPS SABAEUS)

K. M. Dore, A. Mill, C. Gallagher, A. R. Eller[75]
          Ecology
  ESTIMATING OCCUPANCY AND DETECTION PROBABILITY OF CALLICEBUS NIGRIFRONS AND CALLITHRIX AURITA FROM CALL SURVEYS IN A LARGE ATLANTIC FOREST REMNANT

M. B. Nagy-Reis, J. D. Nichols, J. E. Hines, A. G. Chiarello, M. C. Ribeiro, E. Z. Setz[90]
          Endocrinology
  TESTOSTERONE AND BEHAVIORAL RESPONSE TO INTRUDERS IN CAPTIVE COMMON MARMOSETS

T. N. Melber, K. B. Clancy, S. D. Tardif, R. M. Stumpf[88]
          Evolution
  IS AMYLASE EXPRESSION BY THE HUMAN MAMMARY A GENUS HOMO SPECIFIC TRAIT?

M. L. Power, M. M. Alonge, E. A. Quinn[94]
  MULTIPLE UNIQUE, ADAPTIVE SHIFTS IN LIFE HISTORY ACROSS PRIMATES CORRESPOND TO SHIFTS IN DIET

L. L. Taylor, J. P. Herrera[101]
  TESTING THE ORIGINS OF PRIMATE ANTERIOR ORBITAL CONVERGENCE AS A FUNCTION OF EVASIVE LEAP LANDING AND REDUCED POSTERIOR PREDATION

D. Schruth[105]
          Genetics
  DEVELOPMENT OF NON-INVASIVE GENETIC STUDIES OF THE BONOBOS (<I>PAN PANISCUS</I>) AT THE IYEMA FIELD SITE OF THE LOMAKO FOREST, DRC

C. M. Brand, F. J. White, M. T. Waller, M. J. Ruiz-Lopez, M. L. Wakefield, N. Ting[68]
  REMOTE SAMPLING OF HAIR FOR DNA FROM CANOPY DWELLING PRIMATES: A STUDY WITH RED RUFFED LEMURS, VARECIA RUBRA, IN MASOALA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR.

M. S. Mogilewsky[89]
          Learning/Cognition/Language
  PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS OF SOCIAL INTERACTIONS DURING SPONTANEOUS CUP TOOL USE BY CAPTIVE-BORN ADULT FEMALE SQUIRREL MONKEYS (SAIMIRI SCIUREUS)

C. L. Buckmaster, K. J. Parker, D. M. Lyons[15]
          Neuroscience/Pharmacology
  WORKING MEMORY IN ATELES GEOFFROYI: RESTING-STATE FMRI IN MEDIAL PREFRONTAL CORTEX.

D. Platas-Neri, S. Hidalgo-Tobón, B. de Celis Alonso, F. Chico, J. Muñoz-Delgado[93]
          Research Methods
  MANY NEEDLES IN THE HAYSTACK: GETTING MORE FROM RECORD SYSTEMS AND COMPUTING TECHNOLOGY

D. Lawrence, S. Kohama, B. Park[83]
          Social Behavior
  BEHAVIORAL INHIBITION CHARACTERIZED IN INFANCY PREDICTS SOCIABILITY IN ADULT RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

K. Chun, E. Bliss-Moreau, S. A. Aston, R. Barrington, J. Shackett, J. D. Higley, J. P. Capitanio[70]
  POLYMORPHIC MICROSATELLITES IN THE 5’ FLANKING REGION OF VASOPRESSIN RECEPTOR GENE 1A (AVPR1A) IMPACT SOCIABILITY IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

R. E. Evans, J. L. Russell, S. Bogart, S. J. Schapiro, W. D. Hopkins, J. P. Taglialatela, L. A. Reamer, M. C. Mareno[76]
  EARLY PREDICTORS OF SOCIABILITY IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

V. Sclafani, L. Del Rosso, L. Calonder, E. H. Sherr, J. P. Capitanio, K. J. Parker[98]
  ASSESSING POTENTIAL INDICATORS OF GROUP COHESION IN ZOO-HOUSED CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

M. A. Shender, K. A. Cronin, S. R. Ross, L. M. Hopper[99]
  MACAQUE SPECIES DIFFER IN SOCIOAFFECTIVE BEHAVIORAL RESPONSE TO A STANDARDIZED CHALLENGE (MACACA FASCICULARIS, M. RADIATA, M. MULATTA): POSSIBLE IMPLICATIONS FOR NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH.

S. A. Skiba, P. J. Pierre, A. J. Bennett[100]
  A LACK OF DIETARY CONFORMITY IN MIGRATING CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)?

G. L. Vale, S. J. Davis, E. van de Waal, S. L. Schapiro, S. P. Lambeth, A. Whiten[102]
          Welfare & Health
  APPLYING MEASUREMENTS OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE TO CAPTIVE APE WELFARE

M. H. Brown, S. R. Ross, H. Ponzter[69]
  EFFECT OF SUNLIGHT EXPOSURE ON HAIR LOSS IN CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

A. Heagerty, R. Wales, A. Daws, D. H. Gottlieb, A. Maier, K. Andrews, K. Prongay, K. Rosenberg, M. T. Menard, J. S. Meyers, K. Coleman, M. A. Novak[80]
  LABORATORY HOUSED RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) WITH SELF INJURIOUS BEHAVIOR SHOW A BLUNTED BEHAVIORAL RESPONSE TO THE HUMAN INTRUDER TEST

E. J. Peterson, J. M. Worlein, G. H. Lee, A. M. Dettmer, E. K. Varner, M. A. Novak[92]
  07:00 PM-09:00 PM: EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING (Boardroom)  [106]
  Friday, June 19, 2015 : Day 3
  07:30 AM-07:00 PM: REGISTRATION DESK (Hall/Lobby)  [108]
  08:15 AM-08:30 AM: OPENING REMARKS (Cascade AJBCD)  [109]
  09:30 AM-09:45 AM: BREAK (TBD)  [111]
  09:45 AM-11:30 AM: CONTRIBUTED TALKS: SOCIAL BEHAVIOR I. Chair: Rocio Arias del Razo (Cascade E)  [113]
  09:45 AM MALE AND FEMALE DISPERSAL IN WILD RINGTAILED LEMURS (LEMUR CATTA): GENETIC EVIDENCE

J. A. Parga, M. L. Sauther, F. P. Cuozzo, I. A. Y. Jacky, L. Gould, R. W. Sussman, R. R. Lawler, J. Pastorini[114]
  10:00 AM EVALUATING THE ROLE OF PARTNER PREFERENCE AND INTER-SEXUAL AGGRESSION IN THE MAINTENANCE OF EARLY AND LATE-STAGE SOCIALLY MONOGAMOUS PAIR BONDS.

E. S. Rothwell, S. B. Carp, K. L. Bales[118]
  10:15 AM MEANDERING AND MARCHING: GROUP MOVEMENT AND INDIVIDUAL BEHAVIOUR IN BABOONS

T. R. Bonnell, P. Henzi, L. Barrett[121]
  10:30 AM INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN THE AFFILIATIVE, PLAY, AND ACTIVITY BEHAVIORS OF CAPTIVE BONOBOS (PAN PANISCUS)

J. S. Martin, S. A. Suarez[124]
  10:45 AM FEMALE COMPETITION IN ZOO LIVING MANDRILLS (MANDRILLUS SPHINX): EFFECTS OF DOMINANCE RANK AND REPRODUCTIVE STATE

D. R. Williams, K. E. Jaffe[127]
  11:00 AM VISITOR EFFECTS ON THE BEHAVIOR OF AND EXHIBIT USE BY CHIMPANZEES AND GORILLAS AT LINCOLN PARK ZOO

K. E. Bonnie, M. Y. Ang, S. R. Ross[130]
  11:15 AM A COMPARISON OF PROXIMITY VALUES BETWEEN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) IN A STABLE AND UNSTABLE GROUP

L. Case, A. Fultz, L. Cohen, E. Loeser[133]
  09:45 AM-11:45 AM: CONTRIBUTED TALKS: COGNITION. Chair: Dorothy Fragaszy (Cascade F)  [115]
  09:45 AM AN ECOLOGICAL VALIDATION OF THE NOVELTY SEEKING TRAIT IN WILD VERVET MONKEYS (CHLOROCEBUS PYGERYTHRUS) IN SOETDORING NATURE RESERVE, SOUTH AFRICA

M. B. Blaszczyk[262]
  10:00 AM CHIMPANZEES RESPOND DIFFERENTLY TO INEQUITY BASED ON RELATIVE FOOD VALUES

K. Hall, S. P. Lambeth, S. J. Schapiro, S. F. Brosnan[119]
  10:15 AM SQUIRREL MONKEYS DEMONSTRATE THE IDENTITY CONCEPT ON A MATCH-TO-SAMPLE TASK

P. G. Judge, O. Tomeo, S. L. Zander, B. Powell, L. E. Miller[122]
  10:30 AM HOW ECOLOGICAL VALIDITY INFLUENCES THE PERFORMANCE OF FISH (LABROIDES DIMIDIATUS) AND PRIMATES (CEBUS APELLA) IN A FORAGING TASK

L. Pretot, R. Bshary, S. F. Brosnan[125]
  10:45 AM WHAT IS THE CONTRIBUTION OF MEMORY ERROR TO CHIMPANZEE FORAGING EFFICIENCY?

C. R. Menzel, K. Sayers[128]
  11:00 AM CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) ASSESS POTENTIAL BENEFITS BEFORE INVESTING IN A COOPERATIVE TASK

J. Watzek, M. Suchak, S. M. Berman, F. de Waal[131]
  11:15 AM THE BEHAVIORAL MECHANISMS THAT ALLOW CHIMPANZEES TO COOPERATE WHEN REWARDS ARE UNEQUAL

M. W. Campbell, M. Suchak, J. Watzek, F. B. de Waal[134]
  11:30 AM INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN CHIMPANZEE (PAN TROGLODYTES) PERSONALITY, LEARNING, AND ENGAGEMENT IN TOUCH SCREEN TASKS

D. Altschul, A. Weiss[136]
  09:45 AM-11:45 AM: RECENT FINDINGS IN CHIMPANZEE WELFARE (Cascade H)  [112]
  09:45 AM PREVALENCE OF ABNORMAL BEHAVIORS SURVEYED IN A POPULATION OF ZOO-HOUSED CHIMPANZEES

S. R. Ross[20]
  10:00 AM BEHAVIORAL INDICES OF WELFARE IN A LARGE SAMPLE OF LABORATORY CHIMPANZEES

M. Bloomsmith, S. Lambeth, C. Lutz, A. Clay, A. Franklin, K. Neu, J. Perlman, L. Reamer, M. Mareno, S. Schapiro, M. Vazquez, S. Bourgeois[117]
  10:15 AM ASSESSING QUANTITY OF SPACE FOR CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEE WELFARE

L. Reamer, C. F. Talbot, L. M. Hopper, M. C. Mareno, K. Hall , S. F. Brosnan, S. P. Lambeth, S. J. Schapiro[120]
  10:30 AM WOUNDING RATES IN CAPTIVE SANCTUARY CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

A. Fultz, R. Jackson-Jewett, B. Higginbotham, C. Lane [123]
  10:45 AM CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEE (PAN TROGLODYTES) BEHAVIOR DURING SOCIALIZATION PROCEDURES

A. W. Clay, M. A. Bloomsmith, A. Franklin, K. Neu, J. E. Perlman[126]
  11:00 AM EFFECTS OF PARTICIPATION IN POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT TRAINING ON HEMOGRAM AND CHEMISTRY PARAMETERS IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

S. D. Breaux, J. J. Breaux[129]
  11:15 AM POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT TRAINING TO VOLUNTARILY PRESENT FOR INJECTION: IDENTIFYING FACTORS TO PREDICT COOPERATION WITH INJECTION OF ANESTHESIA IN CHIMPANZEES

J. E. Perlman, A. N. Franklin, C. R. Brennan, M. A. Bloomsmith[132]
  11:30 AM COMPARISON OF STANDARDS AND OVERSIGHT OF CHIMPANZEE CARE AND WELFARE ACROSS HOUSING SETTINGS

A. Bennett[135]
  11:45 AM-12:45 PM: PRESIDENT'S FORUM: SESSION II (Cascade AJBCD)  [137]
  12:45 PM-01:45 PM: LUNCH ON YOUR OWN (TBD)  [138]
  01:45 PM-02:45 PM: MY LIFE WITH COTTON-TOP TAMARINS: RESEARCH FOR CONSERVATION AND HUMAN BENEFIT (Cascade AJBCD)  [139]
  02:45 PM-03:00 PM: BREAK (TBD)  [140]
  03:00 PM-04:45 PM: CONTRIBUTED TALKS: CONSERVATION. Chair: Marilyn Norconk (Cascade F)  [143]
  03:00 PM THE CRITICALLY ENDANGERED CHEIROGALEUS SIBREEI IS DISCOVERED IN HIGH ELEVATION FORESTS IN RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK AND THE COFAV CORRIDER, SOUTHEAST MADAGASCAR

J. P. Herrera, O. M. Warsi, L. M. Dávalos, L. Tongasoa, P. C. Wright[144]
  03:15 PM POPULATION GENETIC STRUCTURE OF THE WHITE-FOOTED TAMARIN (SAGUINUS LEUCOPUS) AND IMPLICATIONS FOR CONSERVATION.

I. D. Soto-Calderon, P. Bloor, Y. A. Acevedo-Garces, S. Orjuela-Leon, J. S. Arciniegas-Vacares, L. D. Acevedo-Cendales[148]
  03:30 PM CONSERVATION OF MEXICAN PRIMATES BASED ON COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

F. Vidal-García, L. M. Ayala-Camacho, C. Oliva-Uribe, J. C. Serio-Silva[151]
  03:45 PM DEMOGRAPHIC AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) FORMERLY USED IN BIOMEDICAL OR BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH

J. Ely, L. Williams, J. Cohen, F. C. Connor-Stroud, P. Sharma, C. Abee[154]
  04:00 PM DEVELOPMENT OF A REMOTE GENETIC SAMPLING TECHNIQUE FOR THE AYE-AYE (DAUBENTONIA MADAGASCARIENSIS) USING ZOO LIVING INDIVIDUALS

M. Aylward, E. E. Louis Jnr., R. Andriamisedra, S. E. Johnson[157]
  04:15 PM A LANDSCAPE GENETICS APPROACH DEMONSTRATES THE EFFECTS OF HUMAN DISTURBANCE ON THE UDZUNGWA RED COLOBUS MONKEY (PROCOLOBUS GORDONORUM)

M. J. Ruiz-Lopez, C. Barelli, F. Rovero, K. Hodges, C. Roos, W. E. Peterman, N. Ting[160]
  03:00 PM-05:30 PM: DOCUMENTING, UNDERSTANDING AND TREATING ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR IN PRIMATES (Cascade H)  [141]
  03:00 PM ASSESSING ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR: MEASUREMENT SCALES DEVELOPED BY THE BEHAVIORAL MANAGEMENT CONSORTIUM

K. Coleman, K. C. Baker, M. A. Bloomsmith, M. A. Fahey, C. K. Lutz, B. McCowan, P. J. Pierre, C. M. Escabi Ruiz, J. L. Weed, J. M. Worlein[142]
  03:15 PM AN ANALYSIS OF SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOR IN A LARGE SAMPLE OF CAPTIVE PRIMATES

M. Bloomsmith, K. Baker, R. Bellanca, K. Coleman, M. Fahey, C. Lutz, A. Martin, B. McCowan, J. Perlman, J. Worlein[147]
  03:30 PM MINIMIZING THE LIFETIME SEVERITY OF SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOR IN AFFECTED RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

K. C. Baker[150]
  03:45 PM EXTREME BEHAVIORAL PHENOTYPES, HYPOTHALAMIC-PITUITARY ADRENAL AXIS (HPA) ACTIVITY AND ANXIETY IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

M. Novak, E. J. Peterson, K. Rosenberg, E. K. Varner, J. M. Worlein, G. H. Lee, R. U. Bellanca, J. S. Meyer[153]
  04:00 PM RISK FACTORS FOR ALOPECIA AND HAIR CORTISOL IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA): FURTHER EVALUATION

C. K. Lutz, K. Coleman, J. M. Worlein, R. Kroeker, M. Menard, A. Hamel, K. Rosenberg, J. S. Meyer, M. A. Novak[156]
  04:15 PM INCREASED VERTICAL CAGE SPACE AS A BEHAVIORAL THERAPY FOR LOCOMOTOR STEREOTYPY IN LABORATORY-HOUSED MACAQUES

R. U. Bellanca, J. P. Thom, R. Kroeker, J. M. Worlein[159]
  04:30 PM EFFICACY OF SUPPLEMENTAL ENRICHMENT IN REDUCING SELF-INJURIOUS AND SELF-BITING BEHAVIOR IN RHESUS MACAQUES

B. McCowan, A. Cameron, A. Day, L. Tatum, D. Hannibal[162]
  04:45 PM DEVELOPMENT OF ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR IN NURSERY-REARED RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA): COMPARING REARING STRATEGIES

M. A. Truelove, A. L. Martin, M. A. Bloomsmith[165]
  05:00 PM EXPRESSION OF ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR IN NURSERY-REARED SOOTY MANGABEYS (CERCOCEBUS ATYS)

J. M. Cowan-Brown, J. Crast, T. L. Meeker, M. A. Bloomsmith[167]
  05:15 PM A REVIEW OF DRUG THERAPIES FOR SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOR

E. K. Hutchinson[170]
  03:00 PM-05:45 PM: CONTRIBUTED TALKS: INFANT SUPER-SESSION. Chair: Erin Kinnally (Cascade E)  [145]
  03:00 PM EFFECTS OF PRENATAL ENVIRONMENT ON REPRODUCTION IN CAPTIVE FEMALE GOLDEN LION TAMARINS (LEONTOPITHECUS ROSALIA) AND MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX SPP.)

B. M. Frye, J. Cavanaugh, J. A. French, L. G. Rapaport, J. Mickelberg[146]
  03:15 PM WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLA (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA) BIRTH PATTERNS AND HUMAN PRESENCE IN ZOOLOGICAL SETTINGS

L. M. Kurtycz, S. R. Ross[149]
  03:30 PM PARENTS FACE A QUANTITY QUALITY TRADEOFF OVER OFFSPRING REPRODUCTION AND LIFESPAN IN ICELAND

R. F. Lynch[152]
  03:45 PM FATHERS MEDIATE SOCIAL BONDS AMONG YOUNG OFFSPRING IN OLIVE BABOONS, PAPIO HAMADRYAS ANUBIS

E. C. Lynch, A. Di Fiore, R. A. Palombit[155]
  04:00 PM GREAT APE MILK DIFFERS FROM HUMAN MILK IN NUTRITIONALLY SIGNIFICANT WAYS

M. L. Power[158]
  04:15 PM FACE-TO-FACE INTERACTIONS INCREASE SOCIAL VIEWING PREFERENCES IN INFANT RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

A. Paukner, E. A. Simpson, P. F. Ferrari, S. J. Suomi[161]
  04:30 PM TOOL SHARING BETWEEN CHIMPANZEE MOTHERS AND OFFSPRING AT GOMBE NATIONAL PARK, TANZANIA

E. Lonsdorf, M. Prestipino, L. Kurtycz, D. Morgan, C. Sanz[164]
  04:45 PM MATERNAL CARE QUALITY PREDICTS EARLY INFLAMMATION AND DISEASE RISK IN RHESUS MACAQUES

E. L. Kinnally, K. Chun[166]
  05:00 PM SEROTONIN TRANSPORTER AND MATERNAL CARE: A SEX-SPECIFIC G X E EFFECT ON JUVENILE SOCIAL PLAY IN FREE-RANGING RHESUS MACAQUES OF CAYO SANTIAGO

J. E. Madrid, T. M. Mandalaywala, S. P. Coyne, J. P. Garner, C. S. Barr, D. Maestripieri, K. J. Parker[169]
  05:15 PM BEHAVIORAL COMPARISON OF MOTHER- AND NURSERY-REARED PIGTAILED MACAQUE (MACACA NEMESTRINA) FEMALES HOUSED SOCIALLY IN LARGE INDOOR/OUTDOOR ENCLOSURES

J. M. Worlein, G. H. Lee, A. Jung, R. Kroeker[171]
  05:30 PM AFFILIATION, TOLERANCE AND PROXIMITY BETWEEN MALES AND INFANTS IN WILD COLOBUS VELLEROSUS IN GHANA IS NOT EXPLAINED BY GENETIC SIRESHIP

S. A. Fox, E. C. Wikberg, M. J. Ruiz-López, J. Vayro, N. D. Simons, A. Crotty, D. Christie, N. Ting, P. Sicotte[172]
  05:00 PM-06:00 PM: BUILDING CONSERVATION LEADERSHIP IN HABITAT COUNTRIES—A CONTINUING CONVERSATION (Cascade F)  [168]
  06:00 PM-08:00 PM: POSTER SESSION II (Cascade AJBCD)  [173]
          Behaviour
  SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT PREDICTS TEMPERAMENT OF INFANT RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

S. G. Anderson, S. A. Aston, J. D. Higley, J. P. Capitanio[174]
  BEHAVIORAL FLEXIBILITY IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES): BUILDING ON AN ESTABLISHED FORAGING TECHNIQUE TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY

S. J. Davis, G. L. Vale, S. J. Schapiro, S. P. Lambeth, A. Whiten[182]
  LEADERSHIP IN THE COLLECTIVE MOVEMENTS OF TIBETAN MACAQUES (MACACA THIBETANA) AT MT. HUANGSHAN, CHINA

G. P. Fratellone, L. Sun, L. K. Sheeran, R. S. Wagner, J. H. Li[185]
  THE EFFECT OF TESTOSTERONE ON ATTENTION AND ANXIETY IN ADULT MALE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

A. L. Heagerty, L. A. Houser, M. Marks, S. Murphy, D. H. Gottlieb, O. Varlamov, K. Coleman[187]
  TESTOSTERONE AFFECTS TRAINING SUCCESS IN MALE RHESUS MACAQUES

L. A. Houser, K. Coleman, O. Varlamov[189]
  RING-TAILED LEMUR (LEMUR CATTA) LATRINES ARE NOT A COMMUNICATION SIGNAL AT BERENTY RESERVE, MADAGASCAR

A. S. Mertl-Millhollen, E. L. Millhollen, S. M. Raharison, H. Rasamimanana[194]
  IS URGENCY ENCODED IN THE TSIK CALLS OF COMMON MARMOSETS?

M. M. Mulholland, M. G. Rice, K. R. Chudeau, N. G. Caine[195]
  THE LONG TERM EFFECTS OF EARLY REARING ENVIRONMENT ON DAYTIME AND NIGHTTIME BEHAVIORAL ACTIVITY OF ADULT MALE RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA) ACROSS THE LIFESPAN.

P. J. Pierre, A. J. Bennett[198]
  SERPENTINE SHAPES WITH COMPLEX TEXTURE ENHANCE VISUAL INSPECTION BY COMMON MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)

J. R. Wombolt, J. K. McCree, N. G. Caine[211]
          Colony Management/Enrichment
  GETTING INVOLVED IN ENRICHMENT: THE STYLE OF CARETAKER-PRIMATE INTERACTION AND RESPONSE OF LABORATORY RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA).

M. C. Carey, R. J. Mistretta, B. M. Sullivan, A. Lozano, S. Muhammad, W. L. Wagner, J. M. Erwin[178]
  COMPARING SYSTEMATIC OBSERVATION METHODS FOR IDENTIFYING BEHAVIOR PROBLEMS IN LABORATORY-HOUSED MACAQUES: WHEN IS ENOUGH ENOUGH?

G. H. Lee, J. P. Thom, J. M. Worlein[191]
  SOCIAL HOUSING STRATEGIES FOR CAPTIVE MACACA FASCICULARIS$

K. McGrew, C. Winnicker[193]
  USE OF A TABLET AS ENRICHMENT FOR ADULT RHESUS MACAQUES

J. R. O'Connor, A. Heagerty, M. Herrera, L. A. Houser, K. Coleman[197]
  EFFECTS OF LONG-DISTANCE TRANSPORT ON SOCIAL GROUPS OF RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

J. Ramsey, R. Stavisky, K. Ethun, M. Wilson[200]
  MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR ABANDONED RHESUS MONKEY INFANTS (MACACA MULATTA) IN AN SPF BREEDING COLONY PART II: ORPHANS

R. C. Stavisky, J. Cowan-Brown, G. Von Scherr, A. Cerqueda, K. Cummings, D. Mesa Osorio, I. Barnes, C. Docampo, K. Bailey, Z. Johnson, T. Meeker[207]
  FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE SUCCESS OF MALE INTRODUCTIONS TO ESTABLISHED BREEDING GROUPS OF RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

G. Von Scherr, A. Cerqueda, K. Cummings, D. Mesa Osorio, I. Barnes, C. Docampo, K. Bailey, L. Higley, A. Mercer, T. Meeker, R. C. Stavisky[210]
  QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF ALOPECIA IN A LARGE POPULATION OF INDOOR-HOUSED RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

P. D. Tenpas, M. Ivanovic , D. Brown, P. Pierre[213]
          Conservation
  LESSONS LEARNED FROM CAPTIVE LORISES: OPPORTUNITIES FOR LINKING CAPTIVE POPULATIONS TO CONSERVATION PROGRAMS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

H. M. Fitch-Snyder, U. Streicher[184]
  SUSTAINABLE PALM OIL AND ORANGUTAN CONSERVATION EDUCATION WITH COLLEGE STUDENTS

M. B. Sarnowski, K. Matteson[203]
  HOW DO PRIMATOLOGISTS ENGAGE WITH LOCAL HUMAN POPULATIONS? COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT IN MADAGASCAR

S. Tecot[214]
          Demography/Population Studies
  URINARY INDICES OF HEALTH IN FEMALE BLACK HOWLING MONKEYS (ALOUATTA PIGRA) IN BALANCÁN, MEXICO: COMPARING GROUPS WITH HIGH AND LOW IMMATURE-TO-FEMALE RATIOS

E. L. Zucker, J. C. Serio-Silva, D. Tejero-Geronimo[212]
          Ecology
  PAPIO ANUBIS SEED DISPERSAL PRELIMINARY RESULTS: FEWER SEEDS DISAPPEAR IN LOGGED COMPARTMENT THAN UNLOGGED IN KIBALE NATIONAL PARK, UGANDA

J. Bonavia, J. E. Lambert[176]
  INFLUENCES OF INTRAGROUP SCRAMBLE COMPETITION AND INTERGROUP CONTEST COMPETITION WITHIN THE MODULAR SOCIETY OF RED-SHANKED DOUCS (PYGATHRIX NEMAEUS) IN SON TRA NATURE RESERVE, VIETNAM

L. R. Ulibarri, B. Hoang, C. Nguyen, U. Streicher[215]
          Evolution
  ANALYSIS OF HUMAN (HOMO SAPIENS) AND CHIMPANZEE (PAN TROGLODYTES) GENOMIC SEQUENCE SUPPORTS ROLE OF RDNA IN EXTREME CHROMOSOME LENGTH EVOLUTION

M. Snyder, B. Robicheau[206]
  VARIABILITY SELECTION HYPOTHESIS, WEED MACAQUES, AND BODY SIZE VARIANCE.

H. A. Sullivan III, A. R. Eller, F. J. White[208]
          Genetics
  IMMUNOGENETIC REGULATORY VARIATION ASSOCIATED WITH PARASITE INFECTION IN THE UGANDAN RED COLOBUS (PROCOLOBUS RUFOMITRATUS)

N. D. Simons, M. J. Ruiz-Lopez, C. A. Chapman, T. L. Goldberg, K. N. Sterner, N. Ting[205]
          Human Evolution/Anatomy/Growth
  THE DEVELOPMENT OF A DERMESTID BEETLE (DERMESTES SP.) COLONY FOR COMPARATIVE PRIMATE ANATOMY AND FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY

S. Howell, P. Thomas, J. Barnabei, H. Walsh-Haney, J. Wagner[190]
          Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
  DEVELOPMENTAL CHANGES IN SOCIAL ATTENTION IN INFANT MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

M. Collantes, E. Feczko, J. Brooks, T. Heitz, L. A. Parr[180]
  BIOBEHAVIORAL CONSEQUENCES FOR INFANT RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA) OF PRENATAL EXPOSURE TO A MATRILINEAL OVERTHROW AND RELOCATION

J. A. Herrington, L. Del Rosso , J. Capitanio [188]
          Learning/Cognition/Language
  A NEW TEST OF EXECUTIVE FUNCTION FOR NONHUMAN PRIMATES

A. Greig, S. D. Tardif, C. Ross[186]
          Neuroscience/Pharmacology
  EARLY SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT AND SEX ARE ASSOCIATED WITH WHITE MATTER ASYMMETRIES IN THE FRONTO-INSULAR CORTEX OF CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

K. R. Davidek, J. Taglialatela, C. Sherwood, W. D. Hopkins[181]
  INTERHEMISPHERIC CONNECTIVITY IN TWO SPECIES OF PRIMATES: SPIDER MONKEYS (ATELES GEOFFROYI) AND STUMPTAIL MACAQUES (MACACA ARCTOIDES).

D. Platas-Neri, S. Hidalgo-Tobón, F. Chico, J. Muñoz-Delgadoe[199]
          Physiology/Immunology
  ASSESSING THE SENSITIVITY OF THE PARASYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM TO THE PRESENCE OF SOCIALLY MONOGAMOUS PAIR MATES USING ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY.

E. S. Rothwell, E. Bliss-Moreau, G. Moadab, K. L. Bales[202]
          Research Methods
  SMARTA: SUBJECT-MEDIATED AUTOMATIC REMOTE TESTING APPARATUS FOR COLOR VISION DISCRIMINATION TASKS

R. Vagell, V. J. Vagell, A. L. Baden[209]
          Social Behavior
  SUPPLY-AND-DEMAND OR SOCIAL INVESTMENT? CONTEST COMPETITION AND GROOMING EXCHANGE AMONG FREE-RANGING RHESUS MACAQUES

K. N. Balasubramaniam, B. A. Beisner, H. Fushing, B. J. McCowan, C. M. Berman[175]
  CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA) DO NOT DELIVER FOOD TO PARTNERS IN A BAR-PULL TASK

B. J. MacDonald, C. F. Talbot, L. Prétôt, S. F. Brosnan[192]
  RELAXED EYE CONTACT: DESCRIPTION OF AN AFFILIATIVE BEHAVIOR OBSERVED IN CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

A. C. Nathman, D. L. Hannibal, B. A. Beisner, B. McCowan[196]
          Welfare & Health
  ESTABLISHING A BEHAVIORAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM FOR GERIATRIC CHIMPANZEES

J. P. Bridges, R. L. Haller, S. J. Buchl, E. R. Magden, S. P. Lambeth, S. J. Schapiro[177]
  ASSESSING STRESS IN WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA) IN HUMAN CARE USING ALLOSTATIC LOAD

A. N. Edes, B. A. Wolfe, D. E. Crews[183]
  PROMOTING SPECIES TYPICAL POSITIONAL BEHAVIOR IN CAPTIVE OWL MONKEYS

A. A. Rodriguez, J. E. Roath, S. Evans[201]
  07:00 PM-09:00 PM: BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING (Boardroom)  [216]
  Saturday, June 20, 2015 : Day 4
  07:30 AM-05:30 PM: REGISTRATION DESK (Hall/Lobby)  [217]
  08:30 AM-08:45 AM: OPENING REMARKS (Cascade AJBCD)  [218]
  08:45 AM-09:45 AM: TUGGING AT TOOL USE (Cascade AJBCD)  [219]
  09:45 AM-10:00 AM: BREAK (TBD)  [220]
  10:00 AM-11:30 AM: CONSIDERING ZOOS AS A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT (Cascade E)  [221]
  10:00 AM HOW PURE AND APPLIED RESEARCH CAN GO HAND-IN-HAND IN A ZOO SETTING

L. M. Hopper, S. R. Ross[222]
  10:20 AM ORANGUTAN COGNITION AT ZOO ATLANTA

C. F. Talbot, L. Mayo, T. Stoinski, S. F. Brosnan[228]
  10:40 AM SHARED TOUCH-PANEL TASKS AT ZOOS: A PROMISING NEW PLATFORM FOR RESEARCH, EDUCATION, AND ENRICHMENT

C. F. Martin, R. W. Shumaker[231]
  11:00 AM THE INFLUENCE OF BROWSE AVAILABILITY ON BEHAVIOR AND COGNITIVE BIAS IN CAPTIVE WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA)

G. A. Fuller, J. Vonk, M. McGuire, A. Murray, S. Allard[view]
  11:20 AM EXPLORING THE SOUND ENVIRONMENT OF ZOOS: BEHAVIORAL AND HORMONAL RESPONSES OF CALLITRICHINE MONKEYS TO ENVIRONMENTAL MODIFICATIONS

J. D. Wark, M. W. Schook, C. W. Kuhar, C. T. Snowdon, P. M. Dennis, M. A. Willis, K. E. Lukas[239]
  10:00 AM-11:30 AM: CONTRIBUTED TALKS: ECOLOGY/EVOLUTION. Chair: Andrea Eller (Cascade H)  [225]
  10:00 AM VARIATION IN PREDATORY BEHAVIOR OF GREATER SLOW LORISES (NYCTICEBUS COUCANG) ASSOCIATED WITH ARTHROPOD PREY CHARACTERISTICS

G. A. Fuller, .. Iryantoro, .. Wirdateti, K. Nekaris[226]
  10:15 AM EATING WELL ON THE ROAD: SPATIAL STRUCTURE AND FORAGING IN FREE-RANGING CHACMA BABOONS (PAPIO HAMADRYAS URSINUS).

M. J. Dostie, D. Lusseau, T. Bonnell, S. Kienzle, L. Barrett, P. Henzi[227]
  10:30 AM GIANT AYE-AYE (DAUBENTONIA ROBUSTA) PALEOECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHIC RANGE – A PROXY FOR MODERN AYE-AYE CONSERVATION

C. D. Pilbro, A. E. Darke[230]
  10:45 AM PLESIADAPIFORM BIOGEOGRAPHIC DISPERSAL – A STUDY OF FOSSIL GEOGRAPHIC RANGE COMPARED WITH ESTIMATED BODY MASS FOR THESE STEM PRIMATES

C. D. Pilbro[233]
  11:00 AM INTERACTIONS BETWEEN PLANTS AND PRIMATES EXPLAIN THE DIVERSITY OF COMMUNITIES

J. P. Herrera, L. Tongasoa, P. C. Wright[235]
  11:15 AM ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN DIET, GUT MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES, AND HEALTH IN RED-SHANKED DOUCS (PYGATHRIX NEMAEUS): A MODEL FOR THE SUBFAMILY COLOBINAE

J. B. Clayton, D. Knights, H. Huang, L. T. Ha , T. V. Bui, M. V. Vo, D. A. Travis, F. Cabana, T. J. Johnson[179]
  10:00 AM-11:45 AM: CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF FIELD TRAINING ON TINJIL ISLAND, INDONESIA (Cascade F)  [223]
  10:00 AM FIELD TRAINING ON TINJIL ISLAND, INDONESIA: A MODEL OF INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION FOR 25 YEARS

R. C. Kyes, E. Iskandar, P. Kyes, D. Sajuthi, J. Pamungkas[224]
  10:30 AM THE TINJIL INFLUENCE: A COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT’S PERSPECTIVE

K. J. Hawkins, M. S. Novak[229]
  10:42 AM MAKING FRIENDS, MAKING COLLABORATIONS

F. Vidal-Garcia[232]
  10:54 AM HOW THE INDONESIAN FIELD STUDY PROGRAM (IFSP) CHANGED MY LIFE

J. A. McNulty[234]
  11:06 AM REFLECTIONS ON THE TINJIL ISLAND FIELD STUDY PROGRAM - 14 YEARS LATER

C. J. Leeson[236]
  11:18 AM SCIENTIST, SCHOLAR, KNAVE AND FOOL: THE TINJIL INFLUENCE - 20 YEARS AND MOVING SIDEWAYS.

M. S. Novak[238]
  11:30 AM FIELD RESEARCH AS CAREER CONFIRMATION: INVESTIGATIONS OF THE BEHAVIORAL BIOLOGY OF LACTATION INFLUENCED BY THE TINJIL ISLAND NATURAL HABITAT BREEDING FACILITY.

K. Hinde[240]
  12:00 PM-01:00 PM: LUNCH ON YOUR OWN (TBD)  [241]
  01:00 PM-02:15 PM: CONTRIBUTED TALKS: RESEARCH METHODS. Chair: Kimberley Phillips (Cascade E)  [244]
  01:00 PM TESTING A SHORTENED PERSONALITY QUESTIONNAIRE WITH CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) AT THE OREGON NATIONAL PRIMATE RESEARCH CENTER

L. M. Robinson, K. Coleman, D. H. Gottlieb, M. J. Adams, I. Handel, M. C. Leach, N. K. Waran, A. Weiss[245]
  01:15 PM TAKE THE MONKEY AND RUN

K. A. Phillips, M. K. Hambright, K. Hewes, B. M. Schilder, C. N. Ross, S. D. Tardif[248]
  01:30 PM VOCALIZATIONS AS INDICATORS OF CHIMPANZEE WELFARE

A. Fultz, A. Yanagi , C. Tolliday [251]
  01:45 PM TOTAL BLOOD VOLUME ESTIMATION IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA): ARE WE DOING THIS ALL WRONG?

T. R. Hobbs, S. Blue, B. Park, J. Greisel, M. Conn, F. K. Pau[253]
  02:00 PM UTILIZING NOVEL OBJECT TEMPERAMENT TESTS TO IMPROVE ENRICHMENT PROVISION TO MACAQUES

S. L. Nelsen, J. Ha, D. Bradford, P. Houghton[30]
  01:00 PM-02:30 PM: CONTRIBUTED TALKS: SOCIAL BEHAVIOR II. Chair: Julie Duboscq (Cascade H)  [246]
  01:00 PM SPATIAL STRUCTURE WITHIN GELADA (THEROPITHECUS GELADA) ONE-MALE UNITS AT GUASSA, ETHIOPIA

S. Erskine, P. Henzi, L. Barrett[247]
  01:15 PM INVESTIGATING INFECTION RISK AND SOCIALITY: CENTRALITY INTERACTS WITH SEASONALITY TO PREDICT LICE LOAD IN FREE-RANGING FEMALE JAPANESE MACAQUES, MACACA FUSCATA.

J. Duboscq, V. Romano, C. Sueur, A. MacIntosh[249]
  01:30 PM CAPTIVE GORILLA GORILLA AND PAN PANISCUS SHOW SIMILARITIES IN SOCIAL PROXIMITY IN CERTAIN BEHAVIORAL CONTEXTS BUT NOT IN OTHERS

S. Milne, J. P. Taglialatela[252]
  01:45 PM INTERACTION BETWEEN SOCIABILITY AND GROOMING NETWORK CENTRALITY ON ALOPECIA IN CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

J. Jin, D. L. Hannibal, B. A. Beisner, B. McCowan[254]
  02:00 PM IS THE SPATIAL STRUCTURE OF VERVET MONKEY (CHLOROCEBUS PYGERYTHRUS) TROOPS DETERMINED BY RANK AND SOCIAL INTEGRATION?

N. Josephs, L. Barrett, P. Henzi[257]
  02:15 PM LOW-LEVEL VERSUS SERIOUS AGGRESSION IN FOOD RESOURCE AND NON-FOOD RESOURCE CONTEXTS AND GROUP STABILITY IN CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

D. Hannibal, B. Beisner, A. Nathman, B. McCowan[259]
  01:00 PM-03:00 PM: PRIMATES AND SNAKES, AN 80 MILLION YEAR DIALOG (Cascade F)  [242]
  01:00 PM THE SNAKE DETECTION THEORY EXPLAINED

L. A. Isbell[243]
  01:30 PM PRIMATES AND SNAKES, AN 80 MILLION YEAR DIALOG?

H. W. Greene[250]
  02:00 PM DETECTING AND REACTING TO SNAKES: THE PREEMPTIVE STRATEGIES OF PRIMATE SNAKE AVOIDANCE

N. G. Caine, J. R. Wombolt[255]
  02:30 PM SUBCORTICAL VISUAL SENSITIVITY TO SNAKE STIMULI IN THE PRIMATE BRAIN

R. Souto Maior[258]
  03:30 PM-05:30 PM: ASP BUSINESS MEETING (Cascade AJBCD)  [260]
  05:45 PM-06:00 PM: END OF SILENT AUCTION (Cascade AJBCD)
  06:30 PM-12:00 AM: FINAL BANQUET (Cascade EFG)  [261]