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

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      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]
    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]
  + 03:00 PM-05:15 PM: CONTRIBUTED TALKS: NEUROSCIENCE/PHARMACOLOGY/ENDOCRINOLOGY. Chair: Tamara Weinstein (Cascade E) [36]
  + 03:00 PM-05:20 PM: THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE MODERN PRIMATE SANCTUARY AND THE GROWTH OF COLLABORATIVE OPPORTUNITIES (Cascade F)  [35]
  - 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]