The 42nd Meeting of the American Society of Primatologists Scientific Program

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      Tuesday, August 20, 2019 : Pre-Conference
    01:00 PM-05:00 PM: Primate Care Committee Pre-Conference workshop: Abnormal Behavior (Room 213) [1]  (RACE)
      Wednesday, August 21, 2019 : Day 1
    08:00 AM-12:30 PM: Primate Care Committee Pre-conference workshop: Abnormal Behavior Part 2 (Room 213) [2]  (RACE)
    08:30 AM-12:30 PM: Board of Director's Meeting (Room 220) [4]
    11:00 AM-01:00 PM: Workshop: INSPIRED COVER LETTER, METICULOUS RESUME, IMPRESSIVE INTERVIEW SKILLS-IMPROVE YOUR PROFESSIONAL PRESENCE WHEN APPLYING FOR NONACADEMIC POSITIONS. : Sylvia Atsalis (Room 209)  [5]
    12:00 PM-05:00 PM: Vendor set-up (AT&T Lounge) [6]
    12:00 PM-05:00 PM: Silent auction set-up (AT&T Lounge) [7]
    01:00 PM-03:00 PM: Research and Development Committee Meeting (Room 213) [8]
    01:00 PM-03:00 PM: Media and Public Engagement Committee Meeting (Room 209) [9]
    01:00 PM-03:00 PM: Publications Committee Meeting (Room 225) [10]
    01:00 PM-03:00 PM: Student Committee Meeting (Room 205) [11]
    01:00 PM-04:00 PM: Conservation Committee Meeting (Room 226) [12]
    03:00 PM-05:00 PM: Program Committee Meeting (Room 213) [13]
    03:00 PM-05:00 PM: Education Committee Meeting (Room 209) [14]
    03:00 PM-05:00 PM: Membership and Finance Committee Meeting (Room 225) [15]
    03:00 PM-05:00 PM: Primate Care Committee Meeting (Room 205) [16]
    04:00 PM-05:00 PM: Awards and Recognition Committee Meeting (Room 226) [17]
    06:00 PM-08:00 PM: Opening Reception (Rooftop Terrace) [18]
      Thursday, August 22, 2019 : Day 2
    08:30 AM-08:45 AM: President's Welcome (Wisconsin Historical Society Auditorium) [19]
    08:45 AM-09:00 AM: Data Blitz (Wisconsin Historical Society Auditorium) [20]
    09:00 AM-10:00 AM: Distinguished Primatologist Address: D.I.Y. Primatology: Building careers Dorothy Fragaszy (Wisconsin Historical Society Auditorium)  [21]
    10:00 AM-10:30 AM: BREAK (Room 109) [22]
    10:30 AM-12:00 PM: PRIMATES AND POLICY: HOW TO ADVOCATE FOR RESPONSIBLE PRIMATE RESEARCH: Amanda M. Dettmer (Room 313)  [23]
    10:30 AM-12:00 PM: SOCIAL HOUSING OF MACAQUES ON STUDIES OF SIMIAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS: Mollie Anne Bloomsmith (Room 309)  [24]
  - 10:30 AM-12:00 PM: Session: Development and Cognition Chair: Lydia Hopper (Room 225) [25]
    10:30 AM WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE…AND HOW THEY GET THERE: BONOBO, CHIMPANZEE AND HUMAN NAVIGATION IN VIRTUAL REALITY (VR)

F. L. Dolins, C. R. Menzel, K. Janmaat, K. Schweller, M. Allritz, J. Call[ 26]
    10:45 AM ADRENAL HORMONES AND BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT: HOW DOES DHEAS RELATE TO SOCIAL INDEPENDENCE IN WILD CHIMPANZEES?

K. H. Sabbi, M. N. Muller, Z. P. Machanda, E. Otali, R. Wrangham, M. Emery Thompson[ 27]
    11:00 AM DO PRIMATES TAKE IDENTITY INTO ACCOUNT WHEN GAZE FOLLOWING?: AN EXPERIMENT WITH RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)

A. M. Arre, L. R. Santos[ 28]
    11:15 AM SOURCES OF VARIATION IN WEANED AGE AMONG WILD CHIMPANZEES IN GOMBE NATIONAL PARK, TANZANIA

E. Lonsdorf, M. Stanton, A. Pusey, C. Murray[ 29]  (RACE)
    11:30 AM EARLY LEARNING IN THE COMMON MARMOSET (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS): EFFECT OF SEX AND FAMILY INTERACTIONS ON COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT

H. Ash, R. Colman, T. Ziegler, K. Solonika[ 30]  (RACE)
  - 10:30 AM-12:00 PM: Session: Social Behavior Chair: Cynthia Thompson (Room 226) [31]
    10:30 AM SOCIAL BONDS, PERSONALITY AND FECAL GLUCOCORTICOID METABOLITE CONCENTRATIONS IN FREE-RANGING JUVENILE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA), CAYO SANTIAGO

K. C. Burke, M. Heistermann, J. Higham, C. M. Berman[ 32]  (RACE)
    10:45 AM MALE REPRODUCTIVE SKEW IN WILD ATELINE PRIMATES

A. Di Fiore, L. A. Abondano, K. M. Ellis, P. B. Chaves, A. Link, K. B. Strier[ 33]  (RACE)
    11:00 AM GROUP STABILITY IMPACTS MALE REPRODUCTIVE SKEW IN WILD WOOLLY MONKEYS (LAGOTHRIX LAGOTRICHA POEPPIGII) AT THE TIPUTINI BIODIVERSITY STATION IN AMAZONIAN ECUADOR

L. A. Abondano, K. Ellis, A. Di Fiore[ 34]
    11:15 AM EMBRACES HAVE PREDICTIVE POWER IN THE MULTIPLEX NETWORK FOR INDEXING SOCIAL BONDS IN CAPTIVE COLOMBIAN SPIDER MONKEYS (ATELES FUSCICEPS RUFIVENTRIS)

E. R. Boeving, E. L. Nelson[ 35]
    11:30 AM ASSESSING VARIABILITY IN AFFILIATIVE MAINTENANCE BEHAVIORS IN CAPTIVE COPPERY TITI MONKEYS USING LONGITUDINAL DATA

L. R. Witczak, E. Ferrer, M. Rhemtulla, K. L. Bales[ 36]
    11:45 AM NOT ALL GROOMING IS CREATED EQUAL: DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF POLITICAL VS AFFILIATIVE GROOMING ON CYTOKINES AND GLUCOCORTICOID BIOMARKERS OF HEALTH IN RHESUS MACAQUES

L. Wooddell, J. Vandeleest, A. Nathman, B. Beisner, B. McCowan[ 37]
    12:00 PM-01:30 PM: Lunch (On your own) [38]
    12:00 PM-01:30 PM: American Journal of Primatology Editorial Board Luncheon (Room 335) [39]
    01:30 PM-03:30 PM: Panel: SUSTAINING LONG-TERM COMMITMENTS IN PRIMATE RESEARCH AND CONSERVATION Chair: Marilyn A. Norconk (Room 313)  [40]
  - 01:30 PM-02:45 PM: Symposium: Methods and Techniques of welfare assessment (Part 1) Chair: Ori Pomerantz (Room 309)  [41]
    01:30 PM CREATION OF AN ANIMAL WELFARE ASSESSMENT TOOL TO MEET THE ASSOCIATION OF ZOOS AND AQUARIUMS NEW ACCREDITATION STANDARD

H. Hellmuth, M. Fischer, D. Powell[ 42]
    01:45 PM THE ANIMAL ADVOCATE: TRAINING CARE STAFF FOR ASSESSING WELFARE

D. M. Abney[ 43]
    02:00 PM IS MOTOR STEREOTYPIC BEHAVIOR AN INDICATOR OF CUMULATIVE WELFARE IN LABORATORY RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)?

A. Polanco, B. McCowan, G. Mason[ 44]
    02:15 PM APPLYING THE DELPHI CONSULTATION METHOD TO PRIMATE WELFARE ASSESSMENT

M. A. Truelove, M. C. Leach[ 45]
    02:30 PM NON-INVASIVE TECHNIQUES FOR ASSESSING AND MODIFYING NONHUMAN PRIMATE WELFARE

M. M. Mulholland, S. J. Neal Webb, M. R. Miller, S. P. Lambeth, S. J. Schapiro[ 46]
  - 01:30 PM-02:45 PM: Session: Research Methods Chair: Anthony Di Fiore (Room 225) [47]
    01:30 PM MULTILAYER NETWORK CENTRALITY IN RHESUS MACAQUE (MACACA MULATTA) NETWORKS IS INFLUENCED BY SEX, SOCIAL STATUS, AND FAMILY STRUCTURE

B. A. Beisner, M. Posfai, N. Braun, J. Vandeleest, R. D'Souza, B. McCowan[ 48]
    01:45 PM SHORT-TERM GROOMING TIME MATCHING: DO METHODOLOGICAL DISTINCTIONS MATTER?

E. S. Dunayer, K. N. Balasubramaniam, C. M. Berman[ 49]
    02:00 PM INSIGHTS FROM STUDIES OF HUMAN PERCEPTION ON OBSERVATIONAL BIAS IN PRIMATE FIELD STUDIES

P. E. Jelinek, S. A. Garber, P. A. Garber[ 50]
    02:15 PM HOT OR COLD? HOW DRONES WITH THERMAL CAMERA ARE REVOLUTIONIZING THE MONITORING OF LARGE-BODIED PRIMATES IN BRAZIL

F. R. Melo[ 51]
    02:30 PM MANY PRIMATES: A LARGE-SCALE COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TO STUDYING PRIMATE COGNITION AND BEHAVIOR

J. Watzek[ 52]
  - 01:30 PM-02:45 PM: Session: Behavior Chair: Roberta Salmi (Room 226) [53]
    01:30 PM SPECIES TYPICAL BEHAVIORS IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) LIVING IN UNITED STATES ZOOS, PRIMATE RESEARCH FACILITIES, AND SANCTUARIES

A. W. Clay, M. Bloomsmith, S. R. Ross, S. Lambeth, C. K. Lutz, S. Breaux, R. Pietsch, A. Fultz, M. Lammey, S. L. Jacobson, J. Perlman[ 54]  (RACE)
    01:45 PM EPIGENETICS AND THE TRAUMA OF LABORATORY LIFE?

S. Evans[ 55]  (RACE)
    02:00 PM WILL YOU STILL LIKE ME TOMORROW?: LONG TERM CHANGES IN SOCIOSEXUAL RELATIONSHIPS IN CAPTIVE MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)

S. B. Carp, M. J. Wulf, A. C. Mustoe, J. A. French[ 56]
    02:15 PM ADULT MALE-JUVENILE RELATIONSHIPS IN SEMI FREE-RANGING JAPANESE MACAQUES (MACACA FUSCATA)

K. N. Gartland, A. J. Hickmott, C. M. Brand, L. R. Ulibarri, K. Coleman, F. J. White[ 57]
    02:30 PM RATE OF EMISSION AND SOCIAL RELEVANCE OF NORTHERN MURIQUI (BRACHYTELES HYPOXANTHUS) SEQUENTIAL CALLS 

F. D. Mendes, C. Ades, D. Demolin, C. T. Snowdon, K. B. Strier[ 58]
    02:45 PM-03:00 PM: Break (Room 109) [59]
  - 03:00 PM-04:30 PM: Session: Ecology Chair: Erin Kane (Room 225) [60]
    03:00 PM DECLINE OF A PRIMATE COMMUNITY FOLLOWING A YELLOW FEVER OUTBREAK IN THE BRAZILIAN ATLANTIC FOREST

C. B. Possamai, S. L. Mendes, K. B. Strier[ 61]
    03:15 PM CHARACTERIZING THE MICROBIOTA OF THE SUBCAUDAL GLAND OF AOTUS NANCYMAAE

M. R. Bowen, C. Miles, R. Hegseth, C. Anderson, M. L. Langford, C. K. Wolovich[ 62]
    03:30 PM ASSESSING PRIMATE DIVERSITY OF THE NAPO RIVER BASIN IN ECUADOR

S. de la Torre[ 63]
    03:45 PM PREVALENCE, INTENSITY OF INFECTION AND ABUNDANCE OF HELMINTH PARASITES OF WILD BROWN HOWLER MONKEYS (ALOUATTA GUARIBA CLAMITANS)

J. C. Bicca-Marques, S. L. Jesus, C. Calegaro-Marques, V. F. Klain, Ó. M. Chaves[ 64]  (RACE)
    04:00 PM EXPLORING THE FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO THE PERSISTENCE OF ALTERNATIVE BREEDING STRATEGIES IN A COOPERATIVELY BREEDING PRIMATE (LEONTOPITHECUS ROSALIA)

B. M. Frye, S. J. Hankerson, S. D. Tardif, M. W. Sears, J. M. Dietz[ 65]  (RACE)
    04:15 PM THE CONTEXT OF FOOD SHARING AND TOLERANCE IN WILD BORNEAN ORANGUTANS (PONGO PYGMAEUS WURMBII)

E. E. Kane, T. Susanto, C. D. Knott[ 66]  (RACE)
  - 03:00 PM-04:15 PM: Session: Behavior Chair: Emily Rothwell (Room 226) [67]
    03:00 PM PATTERNS OF SUBCAUDAL SCENT MARKING IN CAPTIVE OWL MONKEYS (AOTUS NANCYMAAE)

C. Miles, M. R. Bowen, R. Hegseth, C. K. Wolovich[ 68]
    03:15 PM EXCHANGE BEHAVIOR DURING SPONTANEOUS ROBBING AND BARTERING BY FREE-RANGING LONG-TAILED MACAQUES IN BALI, INDONESIA

J. V. Peterson, A. Fuentes[ 69]
    03:30 PM DOES SCENT MARK COMPOSITION DEMONSTRATE A RELATIONSHIP WITH FEEDING BEHAVIOR IN WILD COMMON MARMOSET MONKEYS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS) IN PERNAMBUCO, BRAZIL?

C. L. Thompson, K. N. Bottenberg, A. W. Lantz, C. J. Vinyard, L. C. Melo, M. A. de Oliveira[ 70]
    03:45 PM HAND PREFERENCE IN RUFFED LEMURS (VARECIA SPP.) WHEN PERFORMING TOUCHSCREEN COGNITIVE TASKS

R. Vagell, T. Andres-Bray, A. L. Baden[ 71]
    04:00 PM USING ENTROPY RATE TO ASSESS BEHAVIOURAL PREDICTABILITY IN A WILD PRIMATE

R. A. Blersch, S. P. Henzi, L. Barrett, T. R. Bonnell[ 72]
  - 03:00 PM-04:30 PM: Symposium: Methods and techniques of welfare assessment (Part 2) Chair: Ori Pomerantz (Room 309) [73]
    03:00 PM WHY THEORIES OF EMOTION MATTER FOR ANIMAL WELFARE SCIENCE

E. Bliss-Moreau[ 74]  (RACE)
    03:15 PM ASSESSMENT OF STRESS TO MONITOR WELFARE IN CAPTIVE RHESUS MONKEYS: THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE UGLY

M. A. Novak, J. S. Meyer[ 75]  (RACE)
    03:30 PM WHAT THE CARE STAFF KNOW: OBSERVER RATINGS OF ANIMAL WELFARE.

L. M. Robinson[ 76]  (RACE)
    03:45 PM USING AN ASSESSMENT TOOL TO EVALUATE ANIMAL WELFARE AND SET PRIORITIES FOR MONITORING AND PROGRESS

S. M. Allard[ 77]  (RACE)
    04:00 PM ALLOSTATIC LOAD INDICES AS A HOLISTIC PHYSIOLOGICAL APPROACH TO ASSESSING PRIMATE WELFARE

A. N. Edes, D. E. Crews[ 78]  (RACE)
    04:15 PM THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF ASSESSING THE WELL-BEING OF ANIMALS WHILE BEING TREATED IN THEIR GROUPS

P. Otovic[ 79]  (RACE)
    04:30 PM-06:30 PM: Executive Committee Meeting (Room 220) [80]
  - 06:00 PM-08:00 PM: Poster Session #1 (Alumni Lounge) [81]
            Behavior
    HUMAN MUSIC UNIVERSALS DERIVED INDEX SUGGESTS ADULT PRIMATES LEARN THEIR SONGS

D. Schruth, C. N. Templeton[ 82]
    SOCIAL ORGANIZATION AFFECTS SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND TOLERANCE OF SPIDER MONKEYS (ATELES GEOFFROYI) IN CAPTIVITY RESCUED FROM ILLEGAL TRADE.

M. González-Ruiz, R. Mondragón-Ceballos[ 84]
    THE CONTEXT OF NON-VOCAL SOUNDS IN WILD WESTERN GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA): CHEST BEATING AND HAND CLAPPING

R. Salmi, M. Munoz[ 85]
    EPIGENETICS AND HYPOTHALAMIC-PITUITARY-ADRENAL STRESS RESPONSE IN CORRAL-LIVING INFANT RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

A. Baxter, J. P. Capitanio, E. L. Kinnally[ 86]
    RISK FOR SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOR AND THE RESPONSE TO STRESSFUL CHALLENGES: A RHESUS MACAQUE (MACACA MULATTA) MODEL EXAMINING GENOTYPE, HPA AXIS, AND BEHAVIORAL INTERACTIONS

R. Kruger, E. K. Wood, S. M. Day, J. P. Day, S. J. Suomi, J. D. Higley[ 87]
    INFANTILE ATTACHMENT BEHAVIOR IS PREDICTIVE OF ADULT ATTACHMENT BEHAVIOR IN TITI MONKEYS (PLECTOROCEBUS CUPREUS)

L. E. Savidge, K. L. Bales[ 91]
    VOCAL INDIVIDUALITY IN TWO NOTE TYPES OF THE DUET VOCALIZATIONS OF COPPERY TITI MONKEYS (PLECTUROCEBUS CUPREUS)

A. R. Lau, D. J. Clink, K. L. Bales[ 93]
    UNCONSCIOUS REACTIONS OF PEOPLE TO SNAKES IN A NATURALISTIC SETTING

C. Jensen, N. G. Caine[ 101]
    ARE SOCIAL STIMULI REWARDING TO CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)? A STUDY ON THE INTRINSIC MOTIVATION TO VIEW VIDEOS OF SOCIAL AND NON-SOCIAL STIMULI

M. C. Mareno, M. M. Mulholland, S. J. Neal Webb, W. D. Hopkins[ 103]
    CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) SHOW STRONG REACTIONS TO SNAKE, BUT NOT LIZARD, MODELS.

S. J. Neal Webb, M. M. Mulholland, S. J. Schapiro, N. G. Caine[ 104]
    FIDELITY IN HOME RANGE USE OVER TIME IN NORTHERN MURIQUIS

M. Lima, S. L. Mendes, K. B. Strier[ 105]
    CHIMPANZEE (PAN TROGLODYTES) AND WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLA (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA) RETIRING BEHAVIOR: COMPARING VERTICAL SPACE USE IN TWO EXHIBITS AT LINCOLN PARK ZOO

S. C. Earl, L. M. Hopper, A. C. Kwiatt, S. R. Ross[ 107]
    PATERNAL RESPONSIVENESS TO INFANT CRIES IN CALLITHRIX JACCHUS$

N. J. Dukes[ 109]
            Colony Management/Enrichment
    THE EFFECTIVENESS OF OLFACTORY STIMULATION AS A FORM OF SENSORY ENRICHMENT FOR RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACCA MULATTA).

P. J. Pierre, M. Gambucci, S. Hoker[ 88]
    GETTING TO KNOW YOU: INTRODUCING A SILVERBACK TO AN ESTABLISHED GROUP OF ADULT FEMALE GORILLAS

V. James-Aldridge, C. Martinez[ 90]
    EFFECTS OF DEPO-PROVERA ON AGGRESSION AND AFFILIATION IN GROUP HOUSED ADULT FEMALE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

C. M. Remillard, V. Michopoulos, K. Bailey, L. A. Young, S. Moss, T. Meeker, M. A. Bloomsmith[ 95]
    SPACE USE IN CAPTIVE OLIVE BABOONS (PAPIO ANUBIS)

L. A. Reamer, E. D. Sproule, C. Clawson, S. P. Lambeth, S. J. Schapiro[ 96]
    THE EFFECT OF PROVIDING ADDITIONAL CAGE SPACE ON RHESUS MACAQUE ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR

S. H. Baxter, J. E. Perlman, A. L. Martin, M. A. Bloomsmith[ 98]
    EXAMINING THE SOCIAL POSITION OF FEMALES PREFERRED BY NOVEL ADULT MALES IN CAPTIVE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

B. A. Beisner, K. Bailey, L. Young, C. M. Remillard, B. McCowan, M. Bloomsmith[ 100]
            Learning/Cognition/Language
    HUMANS AND CAPTIVE CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS [SAPAJUS] APELLA) AND RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) SOLVE THE MONTY HALL DILEMMA IN A COMPUTERIZED TASK

J. Watzek, W. Whitham, D. A. Washburn, S. F. Brosnan[ 92]
    THREE PRIMATE SPECIES’ (PAN TROGLODYTES, GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA, MACACA FUSCATA) RESPONSES TO A TOUCHSCREEN PRIMATE GAMBLING TASK

J. G. Leinwand, C. L. Egelkamp, S. M. Huskisson, L. M. Hopper[ 108]
    SOCIOECOLOGY AND PERSPECTIVE TAKING: INSIGHTS FROM A COMPARISON OF TWO MACAQUE SPECIES

A. M. Arre, L. R. Santos[ 110]
            Social Behavior
    NETWORK MEASURES IN LARGE VS. SMALL SOCIAL GROUPS OF RHESUS MACAQUES

E. Dura, B. Beisner, A. Nathman, J. Vandeleest, B. McCowan[ 89]
    DO SILVERBACKS PREFER THE COMPANY OF CERTAIN FEMALES? EXPLORING SOCIALITY IN ZOO-HOUSED WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA)

M. R. Fisher, A. N. Edes[ 94]
    INTRAGROUP DIFFERENCES IN SPATIAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ADULT FEMALE MANTLED HOWLER MONKEYS (ALOUATTA PALLIATA) WITH AND WITHOUT INFANTS IN NORTHEASTERN COSTA RICA

C. Doelling, L. Bolt[ 97]
    POTENTIAL PREDICTORS OF SOCIAL INCOMPATIBILITY IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) HOUSED IN RESEARCH SETTINGS

M. A. Truelove, P. O. Smith, A. L. Martin, J. E. Perlman, M. A. Bloomsmith[ 99]
    THE DEVELOPMENT OF RHESUS MONKEY (MACACA MULATTA) SOCIAL NETWORKS AS A TRANSLATIONAL MODEL FOR HUMAN PEER INTERACTION NETWORKS

J. J. Vandeleest, B. Beisner, B. McCowan[ 102]
    SPACE USE IN SOLITARY TAMARINS

R. G. Steinhardt, L. Fannin, M. Watsa, G. Erkenswick[ 106]
    08:00 PM-09:30 PM: Speed Mentoring (Alumni Lounge) [112]
      Friday, August 23, 2019 : Day 3
    08:30 AM-08:45 AM: Opening remarks (Wisconsin Historical Society Auditorium) [113]
    08:45 AM-09:45 AM: Keynote Address: PRIMATES AND CONSERVATION IN THE TIME OF YELLOW FEVER Karen B. Strier (Wisconsin Historical Society Auditorium)  [114]
    09:45 AM-10:15 AM: BREAK (Room 109) [115]
  - 10:15 AM-12:00 PM: Integrative Symposium: IT’S YOUR RESOURCE: NATIONAL PRIMATE RESEARCH CENTER BIOMARKER CORE LABS: MEASURING PHYSIOLOGICAL CONDITION OF NON-HUMAN PRIMATES FOR YOUR RESEARCH Chair: Toni E. Ziegler (Wisconsin Historical Society Auditorium)  [116]
    10:30 AM UNDERSTANDING REPRODUCTIVE PROCESSES THROUGH HORMONE PANEL ANALYSIS

D. W. Erikson[ 117]  (RACE)
    10:45 AM MEETING RESEARCH CHALLENGES-NEW PEPTIDE AND NON-INVASIVE ASSAYS

A. Kapoor, T. E. Ziegler[ 118]  (RACE)
    11:00 AM THE EFFECT OF STRESS HORMONES ON NHP SOCIAL AND NEUROCOGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT.

K. Ethum, Y. Liu, S. Bramlett, E. Morin, D. Guzman, B. Howell, M. Sanchez[ 119]  (RACE)
    11:15 AM PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS TO MAXIMIZE IMMUNOBIOMARKER DATA FOR A BROAD RANGE OF SCIENTIFIC APPLICATIONS

J. L. Yee, K. K. Van Rompay, J. A. Roberts[ 120]
    11:30 AM IDENTIFICATION OF BIOMARKERS OF INFLAMMATION/AGING/STRESS IN NONHUMAN PRIMATES

L. D. Giavedoni, L. M. Parodi, J. Callery, V. L. Hodara[ 121]  (RACE)
    11:45 AM NEW TOOLS FOR MULTIPLEX BIOMARKER MEASUREMENT USING NON-INVASIVE AND MINIMALLY INVASIVE SAMPLING

R. Grant, L. Kuller, R. Bellanca, G. Lee, S. Thompson-Iritani[ 122]  (RACE)
    12:00 PM-01:30 PM: LUNCH (On your own) [124]
    12:00 PM-01:30 PM: Board of Directors Meeting (Room 220) [125]
    01:30 PM-02:30 PM: A WORKING LIFE IN SCIENCE AND ART: PRIMATES, TURTLES, COMIC BOOKS, AND THE SENSE OF WONDER: Stephen David Nash (Wisconsin Historical Society Auditorium)  [126]
    02:30 PM-02:45 PM: BREAK (Room 109) [127]
    02:45 PM-05:15 PM: PRACTICAL STRATEGIES FOR DESIGNING PROGRAMS THAT GENERATE CONSERVATION ENGAGEMENT AND INITIATIVE IN HOST COUNTRIES: Sylvia Atsalis (Room 313)  [128]
  - 02:45 PM-04:45 PM: Session: Colony Management Chair: Dawn Abney (Room 225) [129]
    02:45 PM QUALITY OVER QUANTITY: COMPARING FEMALE GROUP STABILITY MEASURES WHILE LIVING WITH TWO DIFFERENT MALE COHORTS IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

C. M. Remillard, B. Beisner, L. A. Young, C. Long, S. Moss, V. Michopoulos, A. Nathman, B. McCowan, M. A. Bloomsmith[ 130]
    03:00 PM THE JOY OF WORKING: DO CAPTIVE RUFFED LEMURS (VARECIA SPP.) PREFER TO CONTRAFREELOAD OR FORAGE USING OPTIMAL FORAGING THEORY?

R. Vagell, S. Matters, A. L. Baden[ 131]
    03:15 PM OPTIMIZING RHESUS MACAQUE (MACACA MULATTA) BREEDING TO OBTAIN HEALTHY INFANTS YEAR-ROUND

R. Beck, G. Lubach, C. Coe[ 132]
    03:30 PM SIMPLIFYING NONHUMAN PRIMATE POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT TRAINING THROUGH INNOVATIVE CAGE DESIGN

D. M. Abney[ 133]
    03:45 PM IS BEHAVIOR IN ALL-MALE GROUPS CORRELATED WITH SUCCESS DURING LATER INTRODUCTIONS TO FEMALE GROUPS?

C. Long, C. Remillard, B. Beisner, S. Moss, R. C. Stavisky, T. Meeker, B. McGowan, M. A. Bloomsmith[ 134]
    04:00 PM IMPACT OF EARLY LIFE FATTY ACID SUPPLEMENTATION ON BODY COMPOSITION AND METABOLISM IN THE CAPTIVE COMMON MARMOSET (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)

R. J. Colman, T. E. Ziegler, J. Adriansjach, K. Solonika, H. Ash[ 135]  (RACE)
    04:15 PM WEIGHT MANAGEMENT OF ADULT AND AGING CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

A. W. Clay, M. A. Crane, R. Merino, M. A. Bloomsmith[ 136]  (RACE)
  - 02:45 PM-03:45 PM: Session: Welfare/Health/Veterinary Medicine Chair: Ashley Edes (Room 226) [137]
    02:45 PM STANDARD GROWTH AND DIARRHEA-ASSOCIATED GROWTH FALTERING OF OUTDOOR LAB-HOUSED INFANT RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

A. J. Haertel[ 138]  (RACE)
    03:00 PM PREDICTORS OF TRAUMA DIFFER FOR HIGH AND LOW-RANKED COMPARED TO MIDDLE-RANKED RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

J. J. Vandeleest, B. Beisner, D. L. Hannibal, K. Fujii, K. Balasubramaniam, F. Hsieh, B. McCowan[ 139]  (RACE)
    03:15 PM FACTORS IMPACTING THE SUCCESS OF MALE/MALE PAIRS OF RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

E. Whitfield, A. Heagerty, K. Baker, M. Truelove, K. Coleman, J. Perlman, A. Clay, M. Bloomsmith[ 141]
    02:45 PM-05:00 PM: Roundtable: The Scientific Legacy and Impact of Stephen J. Suomi: Individuals are different! Chair: J. D. Higley (Room 309) [142]
    03:45 PM-04:45 PM: Workshop: Grant Writing Chair: Colin Brand (Room 226) [143]
    05:00 PM-06:30 PM: Past Presidents' Reception (Room 220) [144]
  - 06:00 PM-08:00 PM: Poster Session #2 (Alumni Lounge) [145]
            Behavior
    WHY DO SQUIRREL MONKEYS URINE WASH? A FIELD STUDY OF SAIMIRI COLLINSI IN EASTERN AMAZONIA, BRAZIL

J. M. Jasper, N. A. Delacth, S. C. Aghababian, C. E. Brown, A. I. Stone[ 223]
            Breeding/Reproduction
    EFFECT OF PREGNANCY ON ALOPECIA IN ADULT FEMALE BABOONS (PAPIO HAMADRYAS SPP.)

C. K. Lutz[ 170]
            Colony Management/Enrichment
    A COMPARISON OF THE EFFICACY OF FORAGING TOYS FOR LABORATORY RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA): AN ACTIVITY-BASED USAGE ANALYSIS TO REFINE THE DELIVERY OF FORAGING OPPORTUNITIES.

B. N. Peterson, P. J. Pierre[ 164]
            Conservation
    PERCEPTIONS OF PRIMATES AND PROTECTED AREAS: ETHNOPRIMATOLOGICAL INSIGHTS FROM PACOCHE ECUADOR

T. L. Britton[ 156]
    PHOTOGRAPHY INSPIRING CHILDREN IN CONSERVATION (PICC); A PRIMATE EXTINCTION CRISIS OUTREACH PROJECT

K. West, J. R. Aliperti, C. Borgerson[ 166]
            Ecology
    ECOLOGICAL FACTORS AND SPATIAL GROUP COHESION IN WILD SAMANGO MONKEY GROUPS

L. R. LaBarge, S. W. Margulis, C. M. Berman, R. A. Hill[ 167]
            Genetics
    EVIDENCE OF SELECTION IN THE UCP1 GENE REGION SUGGESTS LOCAL ADAPTATION TO COLD TEMPERATURES IN SOUTH AFRICAN VERVET MONKEYS (CHLOROCEBUS PYGERYTHRUS)

C. M. Gagnon, A. J. Jasinska, N. B. Freimer, J. P. Grobler, T. R. Turner, C. A. Schmitt[ 155]
    POLYMORPHISMS IN VASOPRESSIN V1A RECEPTOR GENE (AVPR1A) ARE ASSOCIATED WITH PLAY, AFFILIATIVE, AND EXPLORATORY BEHAVIOR IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)

S. J. Neal Webb, S. J. Schapiro, W. D. Hopkins[ 159]
            Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
    PREDICTORS OF INFANT SURVIVAL IN FREE-RANGING VERVET MONKEYS (CHLOROCEBUS PYGERYTHRUS) FROM A HIGH LATITUDE, SEMI-ARID ENVIRONMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA

S. E. Varsanyi, S. Henzi, L. Barrett, D. Forrester[ 149]
    GENOTYPIC VARIATION IN THE SEROTONIN TRANSPORTER GENE IS ASSOCIATED WITH MATERNAL RESTRAINT AND REJECTION OF INFANTS: A NONHUMAN PRIMATE MODEL OF CORRAL-LIVING RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

J. F. Reyelts, E. K. Wood, K. L. Luck, Z. J. Jager, J. P. Capitanio, J. D. Higley[ 150]
    PRENATAL ANDROGEN EXPOSURE (2D:4D RATIO) IS ASSOCIATED WITH LOWER STRESS-INDUCED CORTISOL RESPONSE IN CORRAL-LIVING FEMALE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

P. Jarman, E. K. Wood, E. Cash, A. Baxter, J. Capitanio, J. D. Higley[ 153]
            Neuroscience/Pharmacology
    CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM MONOAMINE RESPONSE TO ALCOHOL IS ASSOCIATED WITH FUTURE ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION IN LABORATORY-HOUSED RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

E. K. Wood, D. P. Lemmon, N. D. Mullen, S. G. Lindell, M. L. Schwandt, C. S. Barr, S. J. Suomi[ 152]
    AGING ASSOCIATES WITH LOSS OF SOMATOSTATINERGIC CELLS BUT INCREASED NUMBER OF ASTROCYTES IN TWO ANIMAL MODELS: CALLITHRIX JACCHUS (COMMON-MARMOSET) AND TUPAIA BELANGERI (TREE-SHREW)

D. Cuervo-Zanatta, J. Rodríguez-Callejas, E. Fuchs, C. Perez-Cruz[ 169]
            Other
    HOW MANY NONHUMAN PRIMATES ARE IN RESEARCH IN THE US? ANALYSIS OF ANNUAL ANIMAL NUMBER REPORTS FOR REGISTERED RESEARCH FACILITIES

N. Rose, A. Brownell, A. J. Bennett[ 157]
    IS A PICTURE WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS? INITIAL ANALYSIS OF VALENCE-FRAMING EFFECTS ON CHIMPANZEE (PAN TROGLODYTES) WELFARE DONATION APPEALS

A. C. Kwiatt, L. M. Hopper, S. R. Ross[ 160]
            Physiology/Immunology
    SURVEY OF GASTROINTESTINAL PARASITES AMONG FOUR DIURNAL PRIMATE SPECIES IN THE GAMBIA

J. D. CRAMER, S. G. SAPP, Y. QVARNSTROM, E. JARJU, M. JALLOW, M. ANTONIO, E. FOSTER-NYARKO, R. S. BRADBURY[ 111]
    DIET AND DIGESTION IN CAPTIVE COMMON MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACHUS): HEALTH AND MANAGEMENT IMPLICATIONS

M. L. Power, J. Adams, K. Solonika, R. J. Colman, C. N. Ross, S. D. Tardif[ 147]
    MAINTENANCE ENERGY REQUIREMENTS OF ADULT NON-REPRODUCTIVE COMMON MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)

J. Adams, C. N. Ross, S. D. Tardif, R. Colman, M. L. Power[ 148]
    OBESITY, DAILY ACTIVITY, AND RESTING METABOLIC RATE IN NONREPRODUCTIVE MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)

C. N. Ross, J. Adams, M. L. Power, R. Colman, S. D. Tardif[ 158]
            Research Methods
    RESEARCHERS’ ETHICAL CONCERNS REGARDING HABITUATING NONHUMAN PRIMATES AND PERCEIVED ETHICAL DUTIES TO THEIR SUBJECTS: RESULTS OF AN ONLINE SURVEY

V. M. Green, K. I. Gabriel[ 165]
            Veterinary Medicine
    A POPULATION-LEVEL INTERVENTION FOR OBESITY USING A LOW-STARCH AND HIGH-FIBER BISCUIT DIET IN A TROOP OF OUTDOOR LAB-HOUSED JAPANESE MACAQUES (MACACA FUSCATA)

A. Haertel[ 162]
            Welfare & Health
    TEMPERAMENT CORRELATES WITH DESENSITIZATION TRAINING IN RHESUS MACAQUES

R. MacAllister, L. M. Houser, K. Coleman[ 146]
    BEDDING AS AN ENRICHMENT STRATEGY IN GROUP-HOUSED MAURITIAN CYNOMOLGUS MACAQUES (MACACA FASCICULARIS)

M. Janavaris, L. Bader, K. Coleman, P. Kievit[ 151]
    DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF A SYSTEMATIC ASSESSMENT TOOL FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS IN ZOOS, SANCTUARIES, AND RESEARCH FACILITIES THAT HOUSE NONHUMAN PRIMATES

E. G. Schoenbeck, M. B. Dutton, A. J. Novak, B. Meidam, P. J. Pierre, A. J. Bennett[ 154]
    UTILIZING VIDEO CONFERENCE TECHNOLOGY AS A TOOL FOR PAIR INTRODUCTION FOR RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

C. Stull, A. Heagerty, K. Coleman[ 161]
    LIFE IS BETTER WITH FRIENDS: THE BENEFITS OF GROUP HOUSING CYNOMOLGUS MACAQUES (MACACA FASCICULARIS) DURING QUARANTINE

L. A. Bader, M. Janavaris, L. Houser, K. Prongay, C. Cullin, J. Sacha, K. Coleman, P. Kievit[ 163]
    LIPID MARKERS ARE NOT BETTER PREDICTORS OF DISEASE AND MORTALITY RISK IN ZOO-HOUSED WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA) THAN AGE AND SEX ALONE

A. N. Edes, J. L. Brown, K. L. Edwards[ 168]
    08:00 PM-10:00 PM: Student Mixer Chair: Colin Brand (Rathskeller, Student Union) [171]
      Saturday, August 24, 2019 : Day 4
    08:30 AM-08:40 AM: Opening Remarks (Wisconsin Historical Society Auditorium) [172]
    08:40 AM-09:40 AM: Past President's Address: FIELDING CHANGE IN PRIMATOLOGY Marilyn A. Norconk (Wisconsin Historical Society Auditorium)  [173]
    09:40 AM-10:00 AM: BREAK (Room 109) [174]
  - 10:00 AM-11:30 AM: Sympoisum: MACROENVIRONMENTAL PARAMETERS AND PRIMATE WELFARE Chair: Kate C. Baker (Room 313)  [175]
    10:00 AM EFFECTS OF NEARBY CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY ON CHIMPANZEE BEHAVIOR

J. E. Perlman, K. A. Neu, A. W. Clay, M. A. Bloomsmith[ 176]
    10:15 AM THE INFLUENCE OF ANTHROPOGENIC ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS ON THE BEHAVIOR AND WELFARE OF ZOO-HOUSED PRIMATES EVALUATED USING COGNITIVE AND BEHAVIORAL METRICS

L. M. Hopper, K. A. Cronin, L. M. Bernstein-Kurtycz, K. E. Bonnie, S. R. Ross[ 177]  (RACE)
    10:30 AM ONE ROOM WITH MULTIPLE ENVIRONMENTS: HOW CAGE LOCATION WITHIN A ROOM AFFECTS THE BEHAVIORAL AND PHYSIOLGICAL WELLBEING OF LAB-HOUSED RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)

D. H. Gottlieb, A. J. Haertel, A. Maier, N. D. Robertson[ 178]  (RACE)
    10:45 AM PAIR HOUSING MITIGATES AGAINST EFFECTS OF CONSTRUCTION NOISE IN CAGED RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) IN THE LABORATORY ENVIRONMENT

K. Coleman, C. Stull[ 179]  (RACE)
  - 10:00 AM-12:00 PM: Session: Conservation Chair: Kristen Morrow (Room 309) [180]
    10:00 AM HOW DO PRIMATOLOGISTS INTEGRATE CONSERVATION OUTCOMES IN THEIR FIELD RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS?

M. Bezanson, A. McNamara[ 181]
    10:15 AM ANTHROPOGENIC DISTURBANCES AND DEFORESTATION OF NORTHERN SPORTIVE LEMUR (LEPILEMUR SEPTENTRIONALIS) HABITAT AT MONTAGNE DES FRANÇAIS, MADAGASCAR

M. P. Dinsmore, K. B. Strier, E. E. Louis Jr.[ 182]
    10:30 AM EXPANDING GLOBAL COMMODITIES TRADE AND CONSUMPTION PLACE THE WORLD’S PRIMATES AT RISK OF EXTINCTION

P. A. Garber, A. Estrada[ 183]
    10:45 AM YELLOW FEVER IN BRAZIL THREATENS SUCCESSFUL RECOVERY OF ENDANGERED GOLDEN LION TAMARINS

S. J. Hankerson, J. M. Dietz, B. R. Alexandre, M. D. Henry, A. F. Martins, L. Ferraz, C. Ruiz-Miranda[ 184]
    11:00 AM APPLYING PRIMATOLOGY RESEARCH RESULTS TO CONSERVATION ACTION IN VIETNAM

A. L. Harrison-Levine[ 185]
    11:15 AM PRESERVING PREUSS’S RED COLOBUS (PILIOCOLOBUS PREUSSI): AN ETHNOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF HUNTING, CONSERVATION, AND CHANGING PERCEPTIONS OF PRIMATES IN IKENGE-BAKOKO, CAMEROON

A. N. Hofner, C. Jost Robinson, K. Nekaris[ 186]
    11:30 AM THE IMPORTANCE OF SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH FOR UNDERSTANDING HUMAN-PRIMATE COEXISTENCE AND DESIGNING EFFECTIVE CONSERVATION COMMUNICATION

K. S. Morrow, E. P. Riley[ 187]
  - 10:00 AM-12:00 PM: Symposium: BURNING BRAINS, OR BANKING THEM? SCIENTIFIC AND ETHICAL CONSIDERATION OF STUDIES WITH NONHUMAN PRIMATE POST-MORTEM TISSUE Chair: Allyson J. Bennett (Room 225)  [188]
    10:00 AM ETHICAL CONSIDERATION OF NONHUMAN PRIMATES IN RESEARCH: A FRAMEWORK FOR DECISIONS ABOUT WHERE THE ANIMALS LIVE AND WHAT RESEARCH IS CONDUCTED

A. J. Bennett[ 189]  (RACE)
    10:25 AM THE NATIONAL CHIMPANZEE BRAIN RESOURCE: A UNIQUE AND INVALUABLE BRAIN BANK

W. D. Hopkins[ 190]  (RACE)
    10:50 AM THE VALUE OF PATHOLOGY AND COLLABORATIONS BETWEEN LABORATORIES, ZOOS, SANCTUARIES, AND BEYOND: POST-MORTEM STUDY, TISSUE AND BIOLOGICAL BANKING, AND DATA SHARING ADVANCE THE UNDERSTANDING OF HEALTH IN HUMANS AND OTHER SPECIES

A. J. Bennett, H. Simmons[ 191]
    11:15 AM MOVING FORWARD: HOW SCIENTISTS CAN INFORM PRACTICAL, PUBLIC, AND POLICY CONSIDERATIONS ABOUT ETHICAL RESEARCH WITH NONHUMAN PRIMATES

A. J. Bennett, S. Panicker[ 192]
    11:30 AM-01:00 PM: Workshop: TRAINING FOR PEER REVIEW IN PRIMATOLOGY Chair: Karen Lisa Bales (Room 313)  [193]  (RACE)
    12:00 PM-01:00 PM: LUNCH (On your own) [194]
  - 01:00 PM-02:45 PM: Symposium: THE NON-HUMAN PRIMATE GUT MICROBIOME Chair: Katherine Ryan Amato (Room 313)  [195]
    02:45 PM SEX BIAS IN GUT MICROBIAL TRANSMISSION AFTER PAIRING IN ADULT COMMON MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)

J. B. Clayton, L. Zhu, M. V. Haute, J. A. French, A. K. Benson[ 196]
    01:00 PM HERITABILITY OF THE GUT MICROBIOME IN WILD BABOONS (PAPIO CYNOCEPHALUS)

L. Grieneisen, M. Dasari, T. J. Gould, J. R. Björk, J. Grenier, V. Yotova, D. Jansen, N. Gottel, J. A. Gilbert, L. Barreiro, S. A. Alberts, J. Tung, E. Archie, R. Blekhman[ 197]  (RACE)
    01:15 PM SEASONAL VARIATION OF MICROBIOTA AND METABOLOME IN FECAL SAMPLES OF CAPTIVE AND WILD GOLDEN SNUB-NOSED MONKEYS (RHINOPITHECUS ROXELLANAE)

Y. Zeng, X. NI, D. ZENG, L. NIU, J. DENG, W. ZHENG, Y. FAN, Y. LI, L. KAN[ 198]  (RACE)
    01:30 PM PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION OF DEVELOPMENT OF THE INFANT MARMOSET GUT MICROBIOME

H. R. Hassenstab, L. Zhu, A. K. Benson, J. A. French[ 199]
    01:45 PM GIARDIA INTESTINALIS INFECTION ALTERS THE GUT MICROBIOME PROFILE IN WILD ALOUATTA CARAYA IN CORRIENTES, ARGENTINA

S. Kuthyar, M. M. Kowalewski, D. M. Roellig, E. K. Mallott, Y. Zeng, T. R. Gillespie, K. R. Amato[ 200]
    02:00 PM THE GUT MICROBIOME OF VARECIA VARIEGATA OCCUPYING DISTURBED FOREST

N. McManus, S. Kuthyar, E. Mallott, E. Louis, S. Johnson, S. Holmes, T. H. Webster, A. L. Baden, K. R. Amato[ 201]
    02:15 PM PHYLOGENY VS ENVIRONMENT: HOW HABITAT AND PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS SHAPE THE GUT MICROBIOME OF NON-HUMAN PRIMATES.

B. Featherstone, D. Venditti, M. Mitchell, G. Al-Ghalith, J. B. Clayton, M. K. Gondor[ 202]
    02:30 PM THE GUT MICROBIOME OF HUMAN AND WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLA (G.G. GORILLA) POPULATIONS IN THE DZANGA SANGHA PROTECTED AREAS, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC, REFLECTS PARALLEL FUNCTIONAL CHANGES IN RESPONSE TO ANALOGOUS DIETARY STIMULI

A. K. Sharma, K. Petrzelkova, B. Wilson, R. Stumpf, M. Torralba, K. Nelson, B. White, S. Leigh, A. Gomez[ 203]
  - 01:00 PM-03:05 PM: Symposium: PIONEERS IN PRIMATOLOGY Chair: Sarah Frances Brosnan (Room 225)  [204]
    01:00 PM TRAITS, TOOLS AND TRADITIONS IN PRIMATE FEEDING ECOLOGY

M. A. Norconk[ 205]  (RACE)
    01:25 PM CONTEXTUAL COMPLEXITY OF CHEMICAL SIGNALS IN CALLITRICHIDS

C. T. Snowdon, T. Zeigler[ 206]  (RACE)
    01:50 PM PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING OF CAPTIVE MACAQUES: IMPROVING BEHAVIOR

M. A. Novak[ 207]  (RACE)
    02:15 PM MY LIFE AMONG THE APES

J. Mitani[ 208]
    02:40 PM THE PRIMATE IN ITS WORLD: EXPLORATIONS AND PROSPECTS

C. R. Menzel[ 209]
  - 01:00 PM-03:00 PM: Session: Physiology/Neuroscience Chair: Carol Shively (Room 309) [210]
    01:00 PM NEUROENDOCRINE AND BEHAVIORAL RESPONSES TO A SOCIAL SEPARATION TEST IN JUVENILE MARMOSETS

G. F. Oliveira, T. E. Ziegler, R. J. Colman[ 211]
    01:15 PM A TEST OF THE MUTUAL BENEFIT OF ASSOCIATION HYPOTHESIS FOR MAINTAINING COLOR VISION POLYMORPHISMS IN WILD WHITE-FACED CAPUCHINS

E. K. Mallott, M. L. Bergstrom, S. Kawamura, L. M. Fedigan, A. D. Melin[ 212]
    01:30 PM BERTIELLA MUCRONATA INFECTION IN PARAGUAYAN ALOUATTA CARAYA: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE URBAN AND NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS

J. Kane, R. L. Smith[ 213]
    01:45 PM DEVELOPMENT OF THE BABOON (P. ANUBIS) AS A NON-HUMAN PRIMATE (NHP) MODEL FOR COCHLEAR GENE THERAPY

S. P. Francis, M. J. McKenna, E. A. Clemmons, R. Ng, W. F. Sewell, E. J. Simons, M. D. Valero[ 214]
    02:00 PM MALE ANOGENITAL DISTANCE AND COMPETITIVE ABILITY: A TEST IN COLOBUS MONKEYS

J. A. Teichroeb, S. M. Stead, P. D. Edwards, F. Landry, R. Palme, R. Boonstra[ 215]  (RACE)
    02:15 PM SEX DIFFERENCES IN SLEEP PATTERNS IN AGING COMMON MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS).

E. S. Rothwell, C. Chamberlin, M. Casey, A. Lacreuse[ 216]  (RACE)
    02:30 PM DIVERSITY IN NEURAL OXYTOCIN AND VASOPRESSIN RECEPTORS IN PRIMATES AND HUMANS: IMPLICATIONS FOR SOCIAL COGNITION

S. M. Freeman, K. L. Bales[ 217]  (RACE)
    02:45 PM STRESS RESPONSIVITY IN FEMALE CYNOMOLGUS MACAQUES (MACACA FASCICULARIS) CONSUMING WESTERN VERSUS MEDITERRANEAN DIET

C. A. Shively, S. E. Appt, M. Z. Vitolins, B. Uberseder, S. M. Day, M. G. Silverstein-Metzler, T. C. Register[ 218]  (RACE)
    03:00 PM-03:30 PM: BREAK (Room 325/326) [219]
    03:30 PM-05:30 PM: ASP Business Meeting (Room 325/326) [220]
    12:15 PM-12:15 PM: Silent Auction Closes (AT&T Lounge) [221]
    06:30 PM-12:00 AM: Cocktail hour and Banquet (Great Hall, Memorial Union) [222]