The 40th Meeting of the American Society of Primatologists Scientific Program

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      Saturday, August 26, 2017 : Day 2
    08:15 AM-08:30 AM: PRESIDENT'S WELCOME (Grand Ballroom) [84]
    08:30 AM-08:55 AM: DATA BLITZ (Grand Ballroom) [85]
    09:00 AM-10:00 AM: SOCIAL COGNITION IN BABOONS (Grand Ballroom)  [86]
    10:00 AM-10:15 AM: BREAK (Washington Plaza Hotel) [87]
    10:30 AM-11:30 AM: PRESIDENT'S FORUM: SUPPORTING AND ENHANCING PEER REVIEW (Grand Ballroom)  [88]
    11:30 AM-12:30 PM: LUNCH ON YOUR OWN (Washington Plaza Hotel) [89]
    12:30 PM-01:30 PM: SCIENCE ADVOCACY: HOW THE GOVERNMENT WORKS, AND WHAT YOU CAN DO TO INFLUENCE IT. (Grand Ballroom)  [90]
  + 01:45 PM-03:00 PM: REARING MACAQUE INFANTS IN A CAPTIVE SETTING (Grand Ballroom)  [91]  (RACE)
  + 01:45 PM-03:45 PM: CONTRIBUTED TALKS: CONSERVATION AND HUMAN-NON-HUMAN PRIMATE INTERACTIONS Chair: Andrea Baden (National Ballroom Salon B) [98]
  + 01:45 PM-05:30 PM: CONTRIBUTED TALKS: LEARNING, COGNITION AND LANGUAGE Chair: Dorothy Fragaszy (National Ballroom Salon A) [107]
  + 03:15 PM-05:30 PM: CONTRIBUTED TALKS: HEALTH Chair: Erin Kinnally (Grand Ballroom) [123]  (RACE)
    05:00 PM-06:00 PM: ASP PAST PRESIDENTS' RECEPTION (Lapidus Suite) [134]
  - 06:00 PM-08:00 PM: POSTER SESSION (National Ballroom AB) [136]
            Behaviour
    DEXTERITY AND FLEXIBILITY IN TERMITE FISHING BY ADULT FEMALE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES TROGLODYTES) IN THE GOUALOUGO TRIANGLE, REPUBLIC OF CONGO

M. C. Ortiz, A. J. Osuna-Mascaró, E. C. Stolz, C. Sanz, D. Morgan, S. Musgrave, D. M. Fragaszy[1]
    VALIDATION OF EXPERIMENTAL METHODS TO MEASURE EXPLORATION IN COMMON MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)

M. E. DeLorenzo, T. A. Brown, C. Schultz, B. M. Frye, L. G. Rapaport, S. Tardif[2]
    CAPTIVE CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA) BEHAVE PROSOCIALLY MORE OFTEN WITH STRONG AFFILIATIVE PARTNERS DURING A FOOD SHARING TASK

S. M. Faiad, C. K. MacArthur, P. G. Judge[3]
    EFFECTS OF AGE, SEX, AND REPRODUCTIVE STATE ON INJURY IN PHAYRE'S LEAF MONKEYS

J. A. Feder, C. Borries, A. Koenig, A. Lu[4]
    A COMPARISON OF DESENSITIZATION TECHNIQUES TO TRAIN RHESUS MACAQUES TO TAKE FOOD FROM A HUMAN

A. N. Franklin, A. L. Martin, C. R. Brennan, J. E. Perlman, M. A. Bloomsmith[5]
    COPULATION CALLS OF FEMALE TAIWANESE MACAQUES (MACACA CYCLOPIS) AT NANHUA AREA IN SOUTHERN TAIWAN

C. HUANG, H. Su[6]
    VALIDATION OF EXPERIMENTAL METHODS TO MEASURE EXPLORATION IN CAPTIVE GOLDEN LION TAMARINS (LEONTOPITHECUS ROSALIA)

J. Jahn, M. Keener, B. Frye, L. G. Rapaport[7]
    CAPTIVE HAMADRYAS BABOONS (PAPIO HAMADRYAS HAMADRYAS) EXHIBIT RITUALIZED POST-CONFLICT DISPLACEMENT BEHAVIOR

M. C. Painter, P. G. Judge[8]
    BEHAVIOR DIFFERENCES IN A SILVERBACK IN THE PRESENCE OF MALE VS FEMALE CONSPECIFICS: A CASE STUDY

V. James-Aldridge[9]
    TOSSING AND TURNING THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT: A LOOK AT CHIMPANZEE SLEEP PATTERNS USING OVERNIGHT CAMERAS

L. Keller, K. A. Cronin, L. M. Hopper, M. A. Leahy, S. R. Ross[10]
    MEASURING AFFECTIVE RESPONSES TO INEQUITY IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES), ORANGUTANS (PONGO ABELII) AND CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)

K. L. Leverett, M. Benitez, S. F. Brosnan[11]
    THE SOCIAL DYNAMICS OF OLD, FREE-RANGING RING-TAILED LEMURS AT THE DUKE LEMUR CENTER

K. M. McGuire[12]
    FALSE DUSK BUT NOT VISITOR NUMBERS INFLUENCE EVENING RETIREMENT BEHAVIORS IN ZOO-HOUSED CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

J. Nichols, A. Kwiatt, S. R. Ross, L. M. Hopper[13]
    NESTING BEHAVIOR IN ZOO-HOUSED ORANGUTANS (PONGO SPP.)

A. J. Reddy, M. L. Bastian[14]
    BEHAVIORAL CORRELATES OF LONG CALLS IN MANTLED HOWLER MONKEYS

R. G. Steinhardt[14]
    ANTI-PREDATOR BEHAVIOR AND DISCRIMINATIVE ABILITIES: PLAYBACK EXPERIMENTS WITH FREE-RANGING EQUATORIAL SAKI MONKEYS (PITHECIA AEQUATORIALIS) IN THE PERUVIAN AMAZON

C. R. Stenzel, J. Chism[15]
    ACTIVITY BUDGET AND ALOPECIA IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES): IMPACT OF SEX, AGE, AND GROUP SIZE

M. Vazquez, C. K. Lutz[16]
    FEMALE-FEMALE AGGRESSION IS HEIGHTENED DURING CONSORTS WITH PREFERRED PARTNERS IN OLIVE BABOONS (PAPIO ANUBIS)

J. Walz, D. Kitchen[17]
    THE EFFECTS OF A SEEMINGLY DISRUPTIVE AIR SHOW ON THE BEHAVIOR OF TWO SPECIES OF ZOO-HOUSED APE

J. Whyte, A. Kwaitt, S. R. Ross[18]
            Breeding/Reproduction
    SIRE CONCEPTION RATE IN MALE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) ALTERNATED BETWEEN HAREM GROUPS

S. P. Flemming, R. J. Adams, E. K. Hutchinson[19]
    FORMATION OF STABLE RHESUS MACAQUE (MACACA MULATTA) BACHELOR GROUPS FOR FUTURE BREEDING

T. Meeker, J. K. Ramsey, K. Cummings, A. Cerqueda, R. C. Stavisky[20]
            Colony Management/Enrichment
    AN ASSESSMENT OF PORCHES AS ENRICHMENT FOR SINGLY HOUSED CYNOMOLGUS MACAQUES (MACACA FASCICULARIS)

T. A. Brown, C. K. Lutz[21]
    THE RESPONSE OF SANCTUARY CHIMPANZEE (PAN TROGLODYTES) GROUPS BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER THE DEATH OF A GROUPMATE.

L. Case, E. Lisle, M. Lewis, A. Fultz[22]
    INCREASING CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEE (PAN TROGLODYTES) ENGAGEMENT WITH MULTI-STEP COGNITIVE ENRICHMENT

N. Cornelius, K. Enstam-Jaffe, D. Minier, C. Henderson, W. Volkov, A. Mrsny[23]
    INCREASES IN FEEDING AND DESTRUCTIBLE ENRICHMENT DISTRIBUTION IN CAGED RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) PROVIDE SOME BEHAVIORAL BENEFITS

J. E. Perlman, A. L. Martin, M. A. Bloomsmith[24]
    ENHANCED PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTS IN SINGLE-HOUSED MACAQUES: A LONG-TERM USAGE PROFILE OF CAGE EXTENSIONS.

S. Woelffer, L. Ace, J. Sullivan, M. Rosga, P. Pierre[25]
    PROVIDING FEEDING ENRICHMENT BY HAND MITIGATES ANXIETY AMONG LABORATORY-HOUSED RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

O. Pomerantz, S. Nyandwi, K. Baker[26]
            Conservation
    MARAUDING MONKEYS: PREVENTING TRASH-RAIDING BEHAVIOR BY FREE-RANGING WHITE-FACED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS CAPUCINUS)

M. Baker[27]
    UNEXPECTEDLY HIGH PRIMATE SPECIES RICHNESS IN IGAPO FOREST IN AMAZONIAN PERU

J. Chism, R. L. Jackson[28]
    WHO OWNS PET LEMURS? CHARACTERISTICS OF PET LEMUR OWNERS IN MADAGASCAR AS IDENTIFIED THROUGH FACE-TO-FACE INTERVIEWS

M. S. Schaefer, K. E. Reuter[29]
    POPULATION ASSESSMENT OF PRIMATES IN RELATION TO HUNTING PRESSURE IN THE GRAN CALDERA SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS SCIENTIFIC RESERVE, BIOKO ISLAND

E. M. Sinclair, J. R. Owen, F. V. Paladino, S. Honarvar[30]
    FACTORS AFFECTING THE CROP-RAIDING BEHAVIOR OF AN EASTERN CHIMPANZEE POPULATION IN GISHWATI FOREST, RWANDA

R. Wilson, C. Pavia, T. Fitzgerald, M. O'Brien, A. Brooks, A. Zabinski, B. Anantha, S. Dewald, A. Hallenbeck, A. Rundus, R. Chancellor[31]
            Demography/Population Studies
    PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS OF A PREVIOUSLY UNREPORTED POPULATION OF RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) IN CHIANG RAI PROVINCE, THAILAND

P. Kyes, P. Thamsenanupap, T. Tanee, A. Intralawan, R. C. Kyes[32]
    POPULATION STATUS OF THE LONG-TAILED MACAQUES (MACACA FASCICULARIS) AT KOSUMPEE FOREST PARK, MAHA SARAKHAM, THAILAND

R. C. Kyes, T. Tanee, P. Thamsenanupap, A. Karaket, E. Iskandar, P. Kyes[33]
    STILLBIRTH RATES ACROSS APE SPECIES IN ACCREDITED AMERICAN ZOOS

R. C. Luibicich, S. T. Saiyed, S. R. Ross[34]
            Ecology
    DETERMINANTS OF THE ADULT MICROBIOME: KINSHIP, DISPERSAL, AND SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS

L. O. Diakiw, A. Raulo, A. Lane, A. Baden, K. Amato, S. Tecot[35]
    PHYLOGENY VERSUS NICHE DIFFERENTIATION IN THE DIETS OF MALAGASY PRIMATES

R. S. Hughes, C. C. Gilbert, A. L. Baden[36]
    FEEDING PREFERENCES OF MANTLED HOWLER MONKEYS (ALOUATTA PALLIATA) BY TREE DIAMETER IN A FRAGMENTED FOREST OF COSTA RICA

D. G. Russell[37]
    URINARY INDICES OF HEALTH IN ADULT MALE BLACK HOWLERS (ALOUATTA PIGRA) IN BALANCÁN, MÉXICO

E. L. Zucker, J. C. Serio-Silva, D. Tejero-Geronimo[38]
            Endocrinology
    SEX DIFFERENCE IN THE IMPACT OF DOMINANCE CERTAINTY AND RANK ON HAIR CORTISOL CONCENTRATIONS IN RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

J. J. Vandeleest, S. Winkler, B. Beisner, D. Hannibal, R. Atwill, B. McCowan[39]
    EFFECTS OF EARLY LIFE EXPERIENCES ON AGGRESSION, AFFILIATION, OXYTOCIN AND ARGININE-VASOPRESSIN IN CAPTIVE CALLICEBUS CUPREUS$

L. R. Witczak, J. P. Capitanio, E. Ferrer, K. L. Bales[40]
            Feeding/Nutrition
    ESTIMATING APPARENT DRY MATTER DIGESTIBILITY USING DIETARY MANGANESE THE COMMON MARMOSET (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)

M. L. Power, C. G. Arlotta, J. P. Adams, R. J. Colman, S. D. Tardif[41]
            Genetics
    EVOLUTION OF CYP2C GENE CLUSTER AMONG THE HOMINOIDEA

M. E. Chaney, A. J. Tosi, H. Piontkivska[42]
    USING MOLECULAR TECHNIQUES TO DETERMINE PROVENANCE OF ILLEGAL RING-TAILED LEMUR (LEMUR CATTA) PETS TO INFORM CONSERVATION ACTIONS

J. Knierim, T. A. Clarke, M. La Fleur, F. Cuozzo, R. Lawler, J. Parga, J. Pastorini, M. Sauther, A. L. Baden[43]
    NEURAL AND GENETIC MECHANISMS UNDERLYING TOOL USE PERFORMANCE VARIATION IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

M. C. Mareno, S. J. Schapiro, R. D. Latzman, C. C. Sherwood, W. D. Hopkins[44]
    VARIATION IN THE Μ-OPIOID-RECEPTOR GENE MODULATES MATERNAL BEHAVIOR IN OUTDOOR-HOUSED MACACA MULATTA$

H. E. Page, D. M. Bell, E. K. Wood, S. J. Waters, M. L. Schwandt, C. S. Barr, S. J. Suomi, S. G. Lindell, J. D. Higley[45]
    RAPID, INEXPENSIVE GENOTYPING AND BARCODING OF PRIMATES: MULTIPLE APPLICATIONS FOR HIGH-RESOLUTION MELT ANALYSIS IN PRIMATOLOGY

S. V. Singh, D. C. Frankel, R. L. Jacobs, E. E. Louis Jr, W. D. Hopkins, B. J. Bradley[46]
    SEROTONIN RECEPTOR 1A (5-HTR1A) VARIATION IS ASSOCIATED WITH ANXIETY AND AGGRESSION IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES

N. Staes, C. C. Sherwood, W. D. Hopkins, H. Freeman, B. J. Bradley[47]
            Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
    VARIATION IN MATERNAL AND NON-MATERNAL INFANT HANDLING DURATIONS IN AN AFRICAN COLOBINE (COLOBUS VELLEROSUS)

A. Gibson-King, A. Crotty, E. Potvin-Rosselet, J. Vayro, E. C. Wikberg, P. Sicotte[48]
    SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCES IN INFANT CARE IN SAN MARTIN TITI MONKEYS (PLECTUROCEBUS OENANTHE) IN PERU

S. Hodges[49]
            Learning/Cognition/Language
    WHAT PRIMATES FORGET REVEALS HOW THEY REMEMBER: SEQUENCE-LEARNING ERRORS MADE BY APES (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA) AND MONKEYS (MACACA FUSCATA) SUPPORT THE ORDINAL MODEL OF SERIAL LEARNING

L. M. Hopper, C. L. Egelkamp, K. A. Cronin, S. L. Jacobson, K. E. Wagner, S. R. Ross[50]
    TUFTED CAPUCHIN (CEBUS [SAPAJUS] APELLA) RISK PREFERENCES

J. Leinwand, G. DeAngelo, S. F. Brosnan[51]
    TRADING UP: CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) SHOW SELF-CONTROL THROUGH THEIR EXCHANGE BEHAVIOR

M. S. Rossettie, A. E. Parrish, M. J. Beran[52]
    THE FORGOTTEN APE: EXPLORING THE COGNITIVE ABILITIES OF SYMPHALANGUS SYNDACTYLUS.

G. Vaira, P. Nealen [53]
    RESPONSES TO THE ASSURANCE GAME IN SQUIRREL MONKEYS (SAIMIRI BOLIVIENSIS)

G. L. Vale, L. E. Williams, S. P. Lambeth, S. J. Schapiro, S. F. Brosnan[54]
            Neuroscience/Pharmacology
    LOW INHERENT SENSITIVITY TO THE INTOXICATING EFFECTS OF ETHANOL IN LABORATORY-HOUSED RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA) WITH LOW CSF CONCENTRATIONS OF THE SEROTONIN METABOLITE 5-HYDROXYINDOLEACETIC ACID

E. K. Wood, R. Kruger, A. Bennion, B. M. Cooke, S. Lindell, M. Schwandt, D. Goldman, C. S. Barr, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[55]
            Other
    A BIOGRAPHY OF A WILD-BORN WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLA

S. Evans, E. Provis, J. Bering[56]
    THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN 2D:4D AND ADULT ONSET OBESITY IN CAPTIVE VERVET MONKEYS (CHLOROCEBUS SABAEUS)

N. Lukas, C. A. Schmitt[57]
            Research Methods
    TESTING FOOD PREFERENCES IN ZOO-HOUSED APES WITH TOUCHSCREENS

C. L. Egelkamp, M. A. Leahy, S. R. Ross, L. M. Hopper[58]
    BENDING AFTER BREAKING: AN ANALYSIS OF THE STRENGTH PROPERTIES OF LONG BONES IN SAIMIRI SCIUREUS FROM MUSEUM CONTEXT USING BONE

S. S. Legge, S. R. Sater, R. L. Luther[59]
    ASSESSMENT OF A NOVEL METHOD OF PHOTOGRAMMETRY NOT REQUIRING LASERS IN PARALLEL

M. N. Sayed, C. A. Schmitt[60]
            Social Behavior
    SOCIAL NETWORK COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IS ASSOCIATED WITH THE SHARING OF COMMENSAL E. COLI AMONG CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUES

K. N. Balasubramaniam, B. A. Beisner, J. Guan, J. J. Vandeleest, H. Fushing, R. Atwill, B. McCowan[61]
    A SUCCESSFUL STRATEGY FOR SOCIAL HOUSING ADULT MALE CYNOMOLGUS MACAQUES IN TRIADS

H. Moomaw, D. Abney, A. Duffy, S. Atherton[62]
    EXPOSURE TO NOVEL FEMALES INCREASES TESTOSTERONE LEVELS IN SOCIALLY-HOUSED MALE CAPUCHIN MONKEYS: EVIDENCE FOR THE CHALLENGE HYPOTHESIS

M. J. Sosnowski, O. B. Tomeo, M. E. Benitez, S. F. Brosnan[63]
    THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SELF-DIRECTED ANXIETY BEHAVIORS AND CORTISOL IN SOCIALLY HOUSED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS [SAPAJUS] APELLA)

O. B. Tomeo, M. J. Sosnowski, M. E. Benitez, E. Tone, S. F. Brosnan[64]
    BEHAVIORAL PREDICTORS OF SUCCESSFUL PAIRING OF RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) AT THE VISUAL CONTACT PHASE OF SOCIAL INTRODUCTION

M. A. Truelove, A. L. Martin, J. E. Perlman, M. A. Bloomsmith[65]
            Welfare & Health
    MANAGEMENT OF WEIGHT AND BODY CONDITION FOR CAPTIVE ADULT AND AGING CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

A. W. Clay, M. Crane, R. Merino, M. A. Bloomsmith[66]
    DAMS’ SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND LONG-TERM CORTISOL PROFILES IN RESPONSE TO THEIR INFANTS BEING NURSERY-REARED

A. M. Dettmer, E. Slonecker, S. J. Suomi, J. S. Meyer[67]
    VALIDATING WELFARETRAK® AS A TOOL TO IMPROVE THE WELFARE OF INDIVIDUAL CHIMPANZEES

K. Hall, J. Bryant, J. Whitham, L. Miller[68]