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Program of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting of The American Society of Primatologists.

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American Journal of Primatology 57 (Suppl.):1–20 (2002)
Program
of the
Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting
of
The American Society of Primatologists
Co-hosted by the University of Oklahoma
Health Sciences Center and the Oklahoma City Zoo in
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
June 1–4, 2002
ASP Board of Directors
President
President-Elect
Past-President
Executive Secretary
Treasurer
John Capitanio
Jeff French
Nancy Caine
Janette Wallis
Steve Schapiro
Chairs of the Standing Committees
Awards and Recognition
Conservation
Education
Membership and Finance
Program
Publications
Research and Development
Gabriele Lubach
Randy Kyes
Lynne Miller
Steve Schapiro
Tammie Bettinger
Melinda Novak
Dee Higley
Historian
Peggy O’Neill-Wagner
Local Arrangements Committee
Janette Wallis, Chair
Deborah Hartley
Albert Jones
Elizabeth Mosteller
Margie Watters
Elizabeth Foshee
© 2002 Wiley-Liss, Inc.
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Program Committee Members
Tammie Bettinger, Chair
Kate Baker
Joe Bielitzki
Richard Harrison
Elizabeth Johnson
Lisa Jones-Engel
Chris Kuhar
Kristen Lucas
Marilyn Norconk, Vice-chair
Joanne Morris
James Paterson
Sharon Pochron
Lori Sheeran
Lorraine Smith
Darlene Smucny
Tara Stoinski
The program committee thanks Nancy Capitanio for her continued assistance
with on-line registration, abstract submission, program review and development of new software that has enabled us to conduct the majority of our
conference preparation via the ASP webpage.
MEETING ROOMS
Keynote and Featured speakers, as well as all oral, poster, workshop, symposia,
and roundtable sessions will take place on the second floor of the Cox Convention Center located in downtown Oklahoma City. The Renaissance Hotel, the
official conference hotel, is located directly across from the convention center
and is connected by an overhead walkway. Committee meetings will take place
at the Renaissance Hotel. The Opening Reception will be held at the Myriad
Gardens Crystal Bridge, located just down the street from the Convention Center (hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar will be provided). The closing banquet will be
held at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum (transportation
will be provided to and from the hotel to the banquet venue).
REGISTRATION
The table for registration and information will be located on the second floor of
the Cox Convention Center. The registration area will be open from 11:00 a.m.
to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 1st, 2002 and from 8:00 a.m. to noon on June 2–4.
EXHIBITS, VENDORS, AND CONSERVATION
SILENT AUCTION
Exhibits, vendors and items donated for the Conservation Committee’s Silent Auction will be displayed in Room D/E on the second floor of the Cox
Convention Center. Exhibits may be set up between 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
on Saturday, June 1st, 2002. Matt Novak will be organizing the silent auction
set-up. Please visit and support the exhibits and sponsors of this year’s conference. (Exhibitors please note: poster sessions will also be held in a section
of these rooms on Sunday and Monday evenings.)
ASP thanks the following Sponsors and Exhibitors for their support of the
2002 conference. Sponsors: Harlan Teklab, Lab Diet, Oklahoma City Zoo.
Exhibitors: Harlan Teklab, Lab Diet, Kluwer, John Wiley & Sons, S. Karger,
Britz-Heidbrink, Harvard University Press.
SLIDE AND POWERPOINT PREVIEW ROOM
Speakers’ may preview their slides and/or PowerPoint presentation in the speakers preparation room located on the second floor of the Cox Convention Center.
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POSTER SET-UP
Authors should set-up their posters between 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. on the
day they are scheduled to present their work. Chris Kuhar will coordinate
assignment of poster location. Poster sessions will take place on the second
floor of the Cox Convention Center in Room D/E. Poster sessions will be
held between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 2nd and Monday,
June 3rd. The presenting author should check the program schedule to determine their assigned night. The presenting author is expected to be present
at his/her poster for the entire two-hour session. Posters should be removed
immediately following their session. (Hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar will be
provided.)
BANQUET
The closing banquet will be held at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum (formerly known as the National Cowboy Hall of Fame) from
7:00 p.m. to midnight on Tuesday, June 4th. Transportation will be provided
to and from the hotel to the museum at various times during the evening. In
addition to dinner, a band will play rock and roll music for those wishing to
dance the night away.
2001 DISTINGUISHED PRIMATOLOGIST AWARD
RECIPIENT
ASP acknowledges the recipient of the 2001 Distinguished Primatologist
Award, Dr. Irwin Bernstein. Dr. Bernstein will deliver the keynote address
at this year’s annual meeting.
2001 STUDENT COMPETITION WINNERS
ASP recognizes the winners of the 2001 Student Paper and Poster Competition:
Oral Paper Award
A concept of value in brown capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella).
Sarah Brosnan and F. de Waal.
Poster Award
Genetic mosaics across tissues in callitrichids (Callithrix kuhlii,
black tufted ear marmosets). Corina Ross, G. Orti and J. A. French.
Honorable Mention
Immigration patterns and group stability in wild golden-headed lion
tamarins in Southern Bahia, Brazil. Becky Raboy and J. Dietz.
25 YEARS OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY
OF PRIMATOLOGISTS
ASP will host a special silver symposium celebrating the organizations contributions to primates and primatology over the past 25 years on Tuesday,
June 4th from 11:00 to 12:00.
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PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Saturday, June 1, 2002
9:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Pre-conference Workshop on Nursery Rearing
Cox Convention Center, Rm.18
11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Registration, Exhibit and Silent Auction Set-up
Cox Convention Center
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Standing Committee Meetings
Renaissance Hotel
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Opening Reception
Myriad Gardens’ Crystal Bridge
Sunday, June 2, 2002
6:30 AM – 8:00 AM
Past Presidents Breakfast
Renaissance Hotel
8:00 AM – 8:30 AM
Opening Remarks
Cox Convention Center, Rm. 16/17
8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
Keynote: Dr. Irwin Bernstein
Cox Convention Center, Rm. 16/17
9:45 AM – 12:00 PM
Session 1: Social Behavior
Cox Convention Center, Rm. 16/17
Session 2: Ruffed Lemur
Symposium
Cox Convention Center, Rm. 18
1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
Featured Speaker: Dr. Anne Savage
Cox Convention Center, Rm. 16/17
2:45 PM – 5:00 PM
Session 3: Teaching Undergraduates
Workshop
Cox Convention Center, Rm. 18
Session 4: Conservation/
Demography
Cox Convention Center,
Rm. 16/17
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5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Executive Committee Meeting
Renaissance Hotel
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Session 5: Posters: Colony Management, Enrichment, Breeding, Reproduction, Ecology, Endocrinology, Feeding/Nutrition, Genetics,
Anatomy, Infant Development, Maternal Behavior
Cox Convention Center, Rm. D/E
Monday, June 3, 2002
8:00 AM – 10:45 AM
Session 6: Bushmeat Symposium
Cox Convention Center
Rm. 18
Session 7: Infant Dev/
Maternal Behavior
Cox Convention Center
Rm. 16/17
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Featured Speaker: Dr. Randy Kyes
Cox Convention Center, Rm. 16/17
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
Editorial Board Meeting
Renaissance Hotel
1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
Featured Speaker (Session 8): Dr. Mike Huffman
Cox Convention Center, Rm. 16/17
2:45 PM – 5:00 PM
Session 9: Roundtable-Is there life
during graduate school?
Cox Convention Center, Rm. 16/17
Session 10: Lemur
Management
Cox Convention Center, Rm. 18
5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Board of Directors
Renaissance Hotel
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Session 11: Posters: Biomedicine, Demography, Learning, Cognition,
Language, Neuroscience, Phramacology, Physiology, Immunology,
Research Methods, Social Behavior
Cox Convention Center, Rm. D/E
Tuesday, June 4, 2002
8:30 AM – 10:45 AM
Session 12: Ecology
Cox Convention Center
Rm. 16/17
Session 13: Genetics/
Endocrinology/Learning/
Cognition/Research Methods
Cox Convention Center, Rm. 18
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11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Special Session: 25th Anniversary Symposium
Cox Convention Center, Rm. 16/17
1:30 PM – 3:15 PM
Session 14: Gorilla Workshop
Cox Convention Center, Rm. 18
Session 15: Reproduction
Colony Mgmt/Enrichment
Cox Convention Center
Rm. 16/17
3:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Business Meeting
Cox Convention Center, Rm. 16/17
7:00 PM – 12:00 AM
Closing Banquet
National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum
Wednesday and Thursday, June 5 & 6, 2002
Post-conference teacher workshop
Oklahoma City Zoo Education Center
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ASP 2002 MEETING
SCIENTIFIC AND SOCIAL PROGRAM
Saturday, June 1, 2002 : Pre-Conference
9:00 AM–12:30 PM: Workshop on Nursery Rearing of Nonhuman
Primates in the 21st Century: Gene Sackett
(Room 18, Cox Convention Center) Pre-conference workshop [1]
11:00 AM–6:00 PM: Exhibit and Silent Auction Set up
(D/E Cox Convention Center) Set up.
11:00 AM–6:00 PM: Registration
(Cox Convention Center, 2nd floor) Reception
1:00 PM–5:00 PM: Committee Meetings
(Renaissance Hotel, 2nd floor) Committee Meetings
1:00 PM
1:00 PM
1:00 PM
1:00 PM
2:00 PM
3:00 PM
3:00 PM
Research and Development
Membership and Finance
Conservation
Program
Awards and Recognition
Publications
Education
7:00 PM-9:00 PM:Opening Reception
(Myriad Gardens’ Crystal Bridge) Opening Reception
Sunday, June 2, 2002 : Day One
6:30 AM-8:00 AM:Past Presidents Breakfast
(Renaissance Hotel, 2nd floor)
8:00 AM-8:30 AM:Opening Remarks
Dr. Tammie Bettinger, ASP Program Chair; Dr. Janette Wallis, ASP
Local Host; Mr. Jerry Foshee, Oklahoma City Councilman; Dr. John
Capitanio, ASP President (Room 16/17, Cox Convention Center) Opening Remarks
8:30 AM-9:30 AM: The Study of Things I Have Never Seen
Irwin Bernstein
(Room 16/17, Cox Convention Center) Keynote Address [2]
9:30 AM-9:45 AM: Break
(D/E Cox Convention Center) Break
9:45 AM-12:00 PM:Session 1: Social Behavior
Moderator: Darlene Smucny
(Room 16/17, Cox Convention Center) Concurrent Paper Session
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9:45 AM
IS THERE A TYPICAL FIRST ADOLESCENT CYCLE?
T. Mueller [130]
10:00 AM
POST-CONFLICT INTERACTIONS WITH THIRD PARTIES IN
A SMALL SOCIAL GROUP OF CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES
(PAN TROGLODYTES).
M. Matheson, N. Malone, A. Fuentes [4]
10:15 AM
FEMALE DOMINANCE RELATIONSHIPS AND
HIERARCHIES: A CROSS TAXA COMPARISON
J. L. Burns, A. Koenig [5]
10:30 AM
PROXIMITY PATTERNS OF ADULT FEMALE MANTLED
HOWLER MONKEYS (ALOUATTA PALLIATA): EVIDENCE
FOR FEMALE-BONDING
S. Kovacovsky [6]
10:45 AM
DIFFERENTIAL STRATEGIES OF MATE GUARDING IN
CAPTIVE BABOONS
J. Wallis [7]
11:00 AM
FOOD SHARING WITH OFFSPRING VARIES BY SEX AND
FOOD QUALITY IN MARMOSETS.
J. French, L. Charlin [8]
11:15 AM
FOOD SHARING IN OWL MONKEYS
A. Feged, C. Wolovich, S. Evans [9]
11:30 AM
SEROTONERGIC FUNCTION AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOR IN
WIED’S BLACK TUFTED-EAR MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX
KUHLII)
E. L. Kinnally, J. A. French [10]
11:45 AM
FEW BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF AGING IN CHIMPANZEES
L. R. Tarou, C. W. Kuhar, M. A. Bloomsmith, J. M. Erwin [11]
9:45 AM-12:00 PM: Session 2:
NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND
CONSERVATION OF RUFFED LEMURS (VARECIA)
Natalie Vasey (Room 18, Cox Convention Center) Symposium [12]
9:45 AM
SEASONAL BEHAVIORAL VARIATION IN VARECIA
VARIEGATA VARIEGATA AT THE BETAMPONA RESERVE,
MADAGASCAR. A. Britt [13]
10:00 AM
ACTIVITY BUDGETS IN RED RUFFED LEMURS (VARECIA
RUBRA) ON THE MASOALA PENINSULA, MADAGASCAR:
SEASONALITY AND REPRODUCTIVE ENERGETICS
N. Vasey [14]
10:15 AM
BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY OF VARECIA VARIEGATA AT
RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR:
EXPLORING THE INFLUENCE OF GROUP SIZE AND
HABITAT DISTURBANCE E. A. Balko, Y. Hsu [15]
10:30 AM
DOES FEMALE GROUP LEADERSHIP FACILITATE
FEEDING PRIORITY IN BLACK AND WHITE RUFFED
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LEMURS AT THE RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK? D. J.
Overdorff, T. Mutschler, E. Erhart [16]
10:45 AM
11:00 AM
SEX DIFFERENCES IN VERTICAL RANGING OF BLACK
AND WHITE RUFFED LEMURS (VARECIA VARIEGATA) IN
RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR
J. Hunter [17]
THE ROLE OF EXOTIC PLANT SPECIES IN THE DIET OF
RUFFED LEMURS (VARECIA VARIEGATA VARIEGATA) AT
MANOMBO FOREST IN MADAGASCAR
J. H. Ratsimbazafy [18]
11:15 AM
A SURVEY OF THE NUTRIENT CONTENT OF PLANTS
CONSUMED BY VARECIA VARIEGATA VARIEGATA IN
BETAMPONA NATURAL RESERVE
J. Dempsey, A. Britt, B. Iambana, I. Porton, D. Schmidt,
M. Kerley [19]
11:30 AM
BIOMEDICAL EVALUATION OF FREE-RANGING RUFFED
LEMURS (VARECIA VARIEGATA)
R. E. Junge, E. Louis [20]
THE RUFFED LEMUR SPECIES SURVIVAL PLAN (SSP);
ZOOS AND SMALL POPULATION BIOLOGY
I. Porton [21]
11:45 AM
12:00 PM–1:30 PM: Lunch
(Room A/B Cox Convention Center)
1:30 PM–2:30 PM: Proyecto Titi: A multidisciplinary approach to the
conservation of the cotton-top tamarin in Colombia
Anne Savage (Room 16/17, Cox Convention Center)
Featured Speaker [22]
2:30 PM-2:45 PM: Break
(D/E Cox Convention Center)
2:45 PM-5:00 PM: Session 3: Workshop: Teaching the Undergraduate Primate Course: Tips, Techniques, and Strategies
Vicki K. Bentley-Condit (Room 18, Cox Convention Center)
Workshop [23]
2:45 PM-5:00 PM: Session 4: Conservation/Demography
Moderator James Paterson (Room 16/17, Cox Convention Center)
Concurrent paper session
2:45 PM
3:00 PM
HABITAT MEDIATES RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AGE AND
INTERBIRTH INTERVALS IN COSTA RICAN MANTLED
HOWLING MONKEYS (ALOUATTA PALLIATA)
E. Zucker, M. Clarke, K. Glander [24]
FEEDING COMPETITION AND INFANTICIDE CONSTRAIN
GROUP SIZE IN WILD HANUMAN LANGURS
A. Koenig, C. Borries [25]
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3:15 PM
NATAL DISPERSAL IN GOLDEN LION TAMARINS
A. J. Baker, J. M. Dietz [26]
3:30 PM
HABITAT USE BY GOLDEN-HEADED LION TAMARINS IN
BAHIA, BRAZIL
B. E. Raboy, J. M. Dietz [27]
THE NOT SO SACRED MONKEYS OF BALI: A
RADIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF HUMAN-MACAQUE
(MACACA FASCICULARIS) COMMENSALISM
L. Jones-Engel, G. Engel, A. Rompis, A. Putra, I.N. Wandia,
M. Schillaci [28]
3:45 PM
4:00 PM
4:15 PM
4:30 PM
4:45 PM
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EDGE EFFECTS ON STEM
SURVIVAL, PLANT SPECIES DIVERSITY, AND PRIMATE
FEEDING TREES IN LAGO GURI, VENEZUELA
M.A. Norconk, B.W. Grafton, P. Parolin [29]
WILD ZOOS: ENDANGERED PRIMATE SURVIVAL IN
FRAGMENTED TROPICAL FORESTS
L. Marsh [30]
MOLECULAR GENETIC DIFFERENTATION IN THE
CHACMA BABOON (PAPIO HAMADRYAS URSINUS) AND
ITS APPLICATION TO TRANSLOCATION EFFORTS IN
SOUTH AFRICA
C. Lehn, P. Bloomer [31]
VARIATION IN BIRTH RATES AND BIRTH SEASONS
AMONG EULEMUR RUBRIVENTER LIVING IN A
SELECTIVELY LOGGED REGION OF RANOMAFANA
NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR
D. Durham [32]
5:00 PM-7:00 PM: Executive Committee Meeting
(Renaissance Hotel, 2nd floor)
7:00 PM-9:00 PM: Session 5: Poster Session
Colony Management/Enrichment;Breeding/Reproduction; Ecology;
Endocrinology; Feeding/Nutrition; Genetics; Anatomy; Infant
Development/Maternal Behavior
(D/E Cox Convention Center) Poster Session
Breeding/Reproduction
BEHAVIOR AND REPRODUCTIVE PHYSIOLOGY OF
CAPTIVE PYGMY MARMOSET DAUGHTERS
L.B. Spurlock [33]
Colony Management/Enrichment
WHAT IS AN SSP?
L. Villers [34]
EFFICACY OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT FOR
GARNETT’S BUSHBABY (OTOLEMUR GARNETTII)
S. Watson, A. Gray, E. Taylor, B. Johnson, B. Fahm, A. McGee,
W. Bingham, P. Banks [35]
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ONSET OF AGGRESSIVE TOY BITING BY A LABORATORY
BABOON COINCIDES WITH CESSATION OF SELFINJURIOUS BEHAVIOR
C.M. Crockett, G.M. Gough [36]
EFFECTS OF CAGE SIZE ON ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR IN
RHESUS MONKEYS
B.M. Kaufman, A.L. Pouliot, S. Tiefenbacher, M.A. Novak [37]
THE AMERICAN ZOO AND AQUARIUM ASSOCIATION (AZA)
PROSIMIAN TAXON ADVISORY GROUP’S REGIONAL
COLLECTION PLAN (RCP) FOR PROSIMIANS
A.J. Baker, I. Porton [38]
BEHAVIORAL STUDY OF OCCUPATIONAL FEEDERS FOR
HYLOBATES
K. Pappas [39]
VASECTOMIES AS PART OF AN ENVIRONMENTAL
ENRICHMENT PLAN FOR PRIMATES
J.L. Weed, R. Byrum, S. Parrish, M. Knezevich, D.A. Powell,
P.L. O’Neill Wagner [40]
Ecology
BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY OF THE WHITE-BELLIED SPIDER
MONKEY (ATELES BELZEBUTH BELZEBUTH) IN
EASTERN ECUADOR
S.A. Suarez [41]
SEED DISPERSAL BY THE WHITE-FACED SAKI (PITHECIA
PITHECIA), A NEOTROPICAL SEED PREDATOR
B.W. Grafton, M.A. Norconk, M.A. Raghanti [42]
Endocrinology
EFFECTS OF STABLE VERSUS UNSTABLE SOCIAL GROUP
FORMATION ON TESTOSTERONE IN ADULT MALE
RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)
N. Maninger, S.P. Mendoza, J.P. Capitanio [43]
SPONTANEOUS EPISODES OF SELF-BITING AND
ASSOCIATED CORTISOL LEVELS IN CAPTIVE MALE
MACACA MULATTA
C.K. Lutz, S. Tiefenbacher, A.L. Pouliot, B.M. Kaufman,
J.S. Meyer, M.A. Novak [44]
BROWN CAPUCHINS (CEBUS APELLA) AND SALIVARY
CORTISOL: RESPONSE TO ISOLATION AND
CORRELATIONS WITH DOMINANCE
M.A. Raghanti, K.A. Phillips, M.A. Norconk,
J.L. Marcinkiewicz [45]
Feeding/Nutrition
FATTY ACID PROFILES OF ORANGUTAN (PONGO
PYGMAEUS) FOODS AS DETERMINED BY GAS-LIQUID
CHROMATOGRAPHY: CAMBIUM, SEEDS AND FRUIT
J.A. Heller, C.D. Knott, N.L. Conklin-Brittain, L.L. Rudel,
M.D. Wilson, J.W. Froehlich [46]
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A SURVEY OF THE MUSCOSA DISTRIBUTION IN THE
SMALL INTESTINES OF THE PRIMATE GENUS MACACA
E.L. Cruz, H. Colyer, L. Allen, L.L. Mai, M.Young Owl [47]
Genetics
DETERMINATION OF GENETIC STATUS IN A CLOSED
RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA) COLONY
M.R. Andrade, T. Ward, L.R. Bertolini, P.H. Cabello,
J. Roberts, J.P. Leite, M.C. Penedo [48]
Human Evolution/Anatomy/Growth
APPLICATION OF DERTING AND BOGUE’S TECHNIQUE
FOR MUCOSA MEASUREMENT TO THE HUMAN SMALL
INTESTINE
M. Young Owl, R. Leal, L.L. Mai [49]
Infant Development/Maternal Behavior
BEHAVIORAL RESPONSE TO PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGES IN
TWO SPECIES OF MACAQUES (MACACA NEMESTRINA &
M. MULATTA)
D.L. Ignatoff, R.C. Kyes [50]
ATYPICAL ANTERIOR COMMISSURE STATUS AND EARLY
DEVELOPMENT IN LABORATORY REARED MACACA
NEMESTRINA
T.L. Arndt, G.P. Sackett, R.F. Martin, M. Dubach,
G.C. Ruppenthal [51]
A CASE STUDY: EVIDENCE OF TRISOMY X IN A FREERANGING POPULATION OF LONG-TAILED MACAQUES
(MACACA FASICULARIS) ON TINJIL ISLAND, INDONESIA
K. Hinde, R.C. Keyes, E. Iskandar, D. Isakandriati,
D. Sajuthi [52]
DECREASED SEROTONIN TURNOVER AND SOCIAL PLAY
DURING INFANCY ARE PREDICTORS OF AGGRESSION IN
JUVENILE RHESUS MACAQUES
C.S. Barr, M.L. Becker, T.K. Newman, S. Higley, S. Suomi,
J.D. Higley [53]
POSSIBLE STABLE EFFECTS OF EARLY PROLONGED
CONTROLLABILITY ON RESPONSES TO A NOVEL
ENVIRONMENT IN INFANT RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA
MULATTA)
P. Roma, M. Champoux, C. Lindell, C. Shannon,
S.J. Suomi [54]
METHODS AND SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF HANDREARING RUFFED LEMURS AND BLACK LEMURS
K. Niebruegge, I. Porton [55]
DON’T WORRY, IF IT ITCHES, JUST SCRATCH IT B. J.
Crouthamel, G. P. Sackett [56]
FEMALE BABOONS’ (PAPIO HAMADRYAS ANUBIS SP.)
INTERACTIONS WITH YOUNGSTERS CHANGES FROM
THE PREPARTUM TO THE POSTPARTUM PERIOD
S.M. Ramirez, L. Brent [63]
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Monday, June 3, 2002 : Day Two
8:00 AM-10:45 AM: Session 6: Bushmeat Crisis Symposium
Moderator Natalie Bailey (Room 18, Cox Convention Center)
8:00 AM
SOLUTIONS TO THE AFRICAN BUSHMEAT CRISIS: THE
BUSHMEAT CRISIS TASK FORCE AND COLLABORATIVE
ACTION PLANNING
N.D. Bailey, H.D. Steklis, P. Mehlman, T.S. Stoinski,
C.M. Ellis, J. Wallis [58]
8:30 AM
PUBLIC OUTREACH AND THE BUSHMEAT CRISIS
T.S. Stoinski, M.T. Allen, M.A. Bloomsmith, D.L. Forthman,
T.L. Maple [59]
9:00 AM
THE JANE GOODALL INSTITUTE: A FOCUS ON WOMEN
AND CONSERVATION
C. Ellis [60]
A BRIEF HISTORY AND CURRENT ASSESSMENT OF
POACHING ACTIVITY IN THE VIRUNGA REGION OF
CENTRAL-EAST AFRICA
H.D. Steklis [61]
9:30 AM
10:00 AM
SNARE INJURIES IN CHIMPANZEES: COLLATERAL
DAMAGE OF THE BUSHMEAT TRADE
J. Wallis, J. Munn, V. Reynolds [62]
8:15 AM-10:45 AM: Session 7: Infant Development and Maternal
Behavior: Moderator Gene Sackett (Room 16/17, Cox Convention
Center) Concurrent paper session
8:15 AM
8:30 AM
8:45 AM
9:00 AM
9:15 AM
CAN MARMOSET MOTHERS COUNT TO THREE? EFFECT
OF LITTER SIZE ON MOTHER-INFANT INTERACTIONS
S. D. Tardif, D. A. Smucny, D. G. Layne [64]
THE BEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF EARLY REARING
EXPERIENCE ON CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEE BEHAVIORAL
DEVELOPMENT: THE JUVENILE YEARS
M. Bloomsmith, K.C. Baker, S.R. Ross, K.A. Pazol [67]
ORIGINS OF IMPULSIVE AND AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR IN
MACAQUES: ROLE OF THE EARLY MATERNAL
RELATIONSHIP
M. Laudenslager, A.C. Weaver, W. MacCannell,
R.L. Richardson, J.M. Worlein [65]
CSF 5-HIAA AND HVA ASSOCIATED WITH WEANING
AGGRESSION AMONG RHESUS MONKEY MOTHERS AT
THE N.I.H. FIELD STATION
B.J. DeVinney, P.B. DePetrillo, J.J. Yang, L.C. Morin,
S.J. Suomi [66]
QUALITY OF ATTACHMENT BEHAVIOR IN FREERANGING MALE INFANT RHESUS MONKEYS
(MACACA MULATTA) IS CORRELATED WITH TIME
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INFANTS SPEND NEARBY AND AT A DISTANCE FROM
MOTHER AND WITH THEIR PLAY PATTERNS.
J.J. Warfield [68]
9:30 AM
9:45 AM
SLEEP, NIGHTTIME BEHAVIOR, AND INFANT CARE IN
MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX KUHLII)
J.E. Fite, K.J. Patera, J.A. French, E.C. Hopkins,
M. Rukstalis, C.N. Ross [71]
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE INFLUENCES THE BEHAVIOR
OF CAPTIVE BABOON (PAPIO HAMADRYAS ANUBIS
SP.)MOTHER-INFANT PAIRS
L. Brent, T. Koban, S. Evans [70]
10:00 AM
THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN DISTRESS
VOCALIZATIONS AND CORTISOL RESPONSE DURING
STRESS ARE MODULATED BY EARLY REARING
EXPERIENCE IN RHESUS MACAQUES
M.L. Becker, C.S. Barr, T.L. Gura, M. Champoux, S.J. Suomi,
J.D. Higley [69]
10:15 AM
MATERNAL CARE IN WILD GOLDEN LION TAMARINS
(LEONTOPITHECUS ROSALIA): FROM FIRST SOLID FOOD
THROUGH WEANING K. L. Bales [72]
NEUROBEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT OF NURSERY REARED
INFANT SQUIRREL MONKEYS
L. Williams, S. Gibson [73]
10:30 AM
10:45 AM-11:00 AM: Break
(D/E Cox Convention Center)
11:00 AM-12:00 PM: International Primate Programs: Considerations
and Challenges of Working In Habitat Countries: Randall Kyes
(Room 16/17, Cox Convention Center) Featured Speaker [74]
12:00 PM-1:30 PM: Lunch
(Room A/B Cox Convention Center)
12:00 PM-1:30 PM: Editorial Board Meeting
(Renaissance Hotel, 2nd floor)
1:30 PM-2:30 PM: The evolution of medicinal plant use in African
great apes and traditional human societies
Michael Huffman
(Room 16/17, Cox Convention Center)
Featured Speaker [120] (sessions)
2:30 PM-2:45 PM: Break
(D/E Cox Convention Center)
2:45 PM-5:00 PM: Session 9: Is there life DURING graduate school?
A roundtable discussion on how to survive the challenges of higher
education (sponsored by the ASP Education Committee)
Scientific and Social Program / 15
Lynne Miller (Room 16/17, Cox Convention Center)
Roundtable [76]
2:45 PM-5:00 PM: Session 10: Lessons From the Wild: Improving the
Captive Management of Lemurs Through Dialogue with Field
Researchers: Ingrid Porton
(Room 18, Cox Convention Center) Workshop [77]
5:00 PM-6:30 PM: Board of Directors Meeting
(Renaissance Hotel, 2nd floor)
7:00 PM-9:00 PM: Session 11: Poster session
Biomedicine; Demography; Learning/Cognition/Language;
Neuroscience/Pharmacology; Physiology/Immunology; Research
Methods; Social Behavior
(D/E Cox Convention Center)
Biomedicine
BIOLOGIC DATA OF NON-HUMAN PRIMATES HELD IN
CAPTIVITY
C.T. Ribeiro, M.R. Andrade, V.F. Silva, E.M. Molinaro,
M.B. Goncalves, M.A. Marques, P. Cabello, J.P. Leite [78]
HEALTH MONITORING IN A CLOSED RHESUS MONKEY
(MACACA MULATTA) COLONY
M.R. Andrade, J. Yee, N. Lerche, P. Barry, A. Spinner,
J.P. Leite, J. Roberts [79]
Demography/Population Studies
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PRIMATOLOGISTS: 2001
S.J. Schapiro [80]
Learning/Cognition/Language
BEHAVIORAL AND CORTISOL RESPONSES OF RHESUS
MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA) TO IMPOSSIBLE TASKS
A.L. Pouliot, B.M. Kaufman, M.D. Davenport, C.K. Lutz,
S. Tiefenbacher, J.S. Meyer, M.A. Novak [81]
JUDGING RELATIVE NUMEROUSNESS IN CAPTIVE
CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)
T.A. Evans, P.G. Judge, C.L. Holzworth, D.K. Vyas [82]
RHYTHMIC DRUMMING BY KANZI AN ADULT MALE
BONOBO (PAN PANISCUS) AT THE LANGUAGE RESEARCH
CENTER
K. Kugler, S. Savage-Rumbaugh [83]
Neuroscience/Pharmacology
ASSESSING THE INFLUENCE OF HVA LEVELS ON MALE
REPRODUCTIVE OUTPUT IN CAPTIVE RHESUS
MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)
C.C. Parker, C.S. Barr, S. Higley, C. Lindell, S.J. Suomi,
J.D. Higley, T.K. Newman [84]
16 / Scientific and Social Program
PROLACTIN AND CORTISOL RESPONSE TO
FENFLURAMINE CHALLENGE IN SOCIALLY REARED
CAPTIVE RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA) WITH
SELF-INJURIOUS BEHAVIOR
S. Tiefenbacher, M.D. Davenport, M.A. Novak, A.L. Pouliot,
J.S. Meyer [85]
NEONATAL BEHAVIOR CORRELATES WITH ALCOHOL
CONSUMPTION IN YOUNG ADULT RHESUS MACAQUES M.
Champoux, A. Sponberg, C. Shannon, S.B. Higley,
S.J. Suomi, J.D. Higley [86]
EVOLUTION OF THE PRIMATE HIPPOCAMPAL
FORMATION: A STEREOLOGIC ANALYSIS
C.C. Sherwood, J.M. Allman, A. Hakeem, A.A. Singer,
R.L. Holloway, D.P. Perl, J.M. Erwin, P.R. Hof [87]
SHORT-TERM CORTICOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE
RECEPTOR-1 ANTAGONIST, ANTALARMIN TREATMENT
DOWN REGULATES 5-HT2A SITES WITH PET IN RHESUS
MACAQUE (MACACA MULATTA) BRAIN
T. Gura, C. Contoreggi, S. Suomi, D. Hommer, R. Carson,
M. Channings, S. Grant, E. Webster, J. Pushkas, P. Gold,
J.D. Higley, W. Eckelman, G. Chrouso, K. Rice [88]
Physiology/Immunology
PLASMA AND SALIVARY CORTISOL LEVELS IN
DIFFERENTIALLY REARED JUVENILE RHESUS MONKEYS
M.D. Davenport, S. Tiefenbacher, J.S. Meyer, C. Shannon,
M. Champoux, J.D. Higley, S.J. Suomi, M.A. Novak [89]
SALIVARY PROLACTIN FOLLOWING FENFLURAMINE
STIMULATION IN THE RHESUS MACAQUE (MACACA
MULATTA)
S.G. Lindell, R. Dvoskin, S.J. Suomi, S. Shoaf, J.D. Higley [90]
PRELIMINARY STUDY ON HORMONE MEASUREMENT IN
DRIED FECES OF FREE-RANGING HOWLING MONKEYS
(ALOUATTA PALLIATA) IN COSTA RICA
M.R. Clarke, M.F. Teaford [91]
Research Methods
A SIMPLE APPARATUS FOR SIMULTANEOUSLY AND
UNOBTRUSIVELY COLLECTING SALIVA SAMPLES FROM
INDIVIDUALLY HOUSED INFANT RHESUS MONKEYS
(MACACA MULATTA)
P. Roma, T. Lowery, M. Champoux, S.J. Suomi [92]
Social Behavior
WEAK RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN DOMINANCE AND
FORAGING EFFICIENCY IN COLOMBIAN WOOLLY
MONKEYS (LAGOTHRIX LAGOTHRICHA) AT TINIGUA
PARK P.R. Stevenson [93]
PRELIMINARY EVIDENCE FROM SOUND PLAYBACKS FOR
RECOGNITION OF INDIVIDUAL CONTACT CALLS BY
SEMI-FREE RANGING RINGTAILED LEMURS (LEMUR
CATTA) M.S. Hoffine [94]
Scientific and Social Program / 17
PERSONALITY AS A PREDICTOR OF DOMINANCE IN MALE
VERVET MONKEYS
A.J. Huff [95]
SOCIAL CONTEXT AFFECTS VOCAL STRUCTURE IN A
CALLITRICHID PRIMATE (CALLITHRIX KUHLII)
M. Rukstalis, J.E. Fite, J.A. French [96]
A SURVEY OF VERVET MONKEY (CHLOROCEBUS
[CERCOPITHECUS] AETHIOPS SABAEUS) POPULATIONS
AT FIVE SITES IN NEVIS, WEST INDIES
R.G. Seltzer, H.P. York, M.R. Clarke [97]
INCREASED VOLUNTARY ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION
DURING PERIODS OF LOW STRESS (EVENINGS AND
WEEKENDS) AMONG MALE RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA
MULATTA)
T. Graham, A.C. Sponberg, J.D. Higley [98]
USE OF POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT TRAINING TO
DECREASE STEREOTYPIC BEHAVIORS IN A PAIR OF
ORGANUTANS (PONGO PYGMAEUS)
J.R. Raper, M.A. Bloomsmith, A. Stone, L. Mayo [99]
MEDICAL TREATMENT AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOR IN
NURSERY REARED INFANT MACAQUES (MACACA
NEMISTRINA)
E. R. Rainwater, G. P. Sackett [100]
STRANGE AND FAMILIAR SCENTS: RESPONSES TO
CONSPECIFIC SCENTS IN CAPTIVE WHITE-FACED SAKIS
(PITHECIA PITHECIA)
C.A. Buzzell, M.A. Norconk [101]
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TEMPERMENT AND
SOCIAL BEHAVIOR IN LABORATORY REARED PIGTAILED
MACAQUES (MACACA NEMESTRINA)
R. M. Godwin, G. P. Sackett [3]
Tuesday, June 4, 2002 : Day Three
8:30 AM-10:45 AM: Session 12: Ecology: Moderator Marilyn Norconk
(Room 16/17, Cox Convention Center) Concurrent paper session
8:30 AM
8:45 AM
9:00 AM
THE FEEDING COMPETITION AMONG FEMALES IN A
TAIWANESE MACAQUE GROUP AT FUSHAN FOREST,
TAIWAN
H. Su [102]
KHAYA BARK CHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AT
SONSO, BUDONGO FOREST, UGANDA
J.D. Paterson [103]
DICHROMATIC AND TRICHROMATIC MARMOSETS
(CALLITHRIX GEOFFROYI) DIFFER IN RELATIVE
FORAGING ABILITY FOR RED-GREEN COLORCAMOUFLAGED AND NON-CAMOUFLAGED FOOD
N.G. Caine, A.K. Surridge, N.I. Mundy [104]
18 / Scientific and Social Program
9:15 AM
WHAT SENSORY CUES DO CAPUCHINS USE TO LOCATE
EMBEDDED INVERTEBRATES?
K.A. Phillips, L.M. Shauver Goodchild, M.E. Haas, S. Petro [105]
9:30 AM
RING-TAILED LEMUR FORAGING CORRELATES WITH
NUTRITIONAL CONTENT AND ABUNDANCE AT BERENTY
RESERVE, MADAGASCAR
A.S. Mertl-Millhollen, E.S. Moret, D. Felantsoa,
H. Rasamimanana, K.C. Blumenfeld-Jones, A. Jolly [106]
9:45 AM
LONG-TERM CHANGES IN SPECIES COMPOSITION OF
THE HABITAT AND DIET OF A TANA RIVER CRESTED
MANGABEY (CERCOCEBUS GALERITUS GALERITUS)
GROUP, TANA RIVER, KENYA
J. Wieczkowski [107]
SEASONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE BEHAVIOR OF GOLDEN
LION TAMARINS (LEONTOPITHECUS ROSALIA ROSALIA)
T.S. Stoinski, S. Allard, B.B. Beck [108]
10:00 AM
10:15 AM
10:30 AM
THE ALARM REACTIONS OF NEIGHBORING GROUPS
HAVE LONG-TERM EFFECTS ON MARMOSETS
S.J. Hankerson, K. Short, K. Bachand, N.G. Caine [109]
INFLUENCE OF BETWEEN GROUP ENCOUNTERS ON THE
RANGING BEHAVIOR OF GEOFFROY’S PIED COLOBUS IN
BOABENG FIEMA MONKEY SANCTUARY, GHANA.
T. L. Saj, J. A. Teichroeb, A. J. MacIntosh, P. Sicotte [110]
8:30 AM-10:45 AM: Session 13: Genetics; Endocrinology; Learning/
Cognition/Language; Research Methods: Moderator William Gergits
(Room 18, Cox Convention Center) Concurrent paper session
8:30 AM
8:45 AM
9:00 AM
9:15 AM
9:30 AM
GENETIC EVIDENCE OF MULTIPLY-SIRED DIZYGOTIC
(DZ) TWINS IN A CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEE (PAN
TROGLODYTES VERUS)
J. Ely, K. Izard, M.E. Keeling, D.R. Lee, W.I. Frels [111]
GENETIC CHIMERISM IN CALLITRICHIDS (CALLITHRIX
KUHLII)
C.N. Ross, G. Orti, J.A. French [112]
ESTIMATING GENETIC VARIATION WITHIN AND AMONG
CAPTIVE COLONIES OF PRIMATES USING MULTILOCUS
DNA PROBES
W.F. Gergits [113]
IDENTICAL DNA SEQUENCES IN FOXP2 LANGUAGE GENE
BETWEEN HUMANS, CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)
AND BONOBOS (PAN PANISCUS)
J.J. Ely, H.H. Khun, S.T. Boysen, J.M. Erwin, P.R. Hof,
P.R. Hof, W.I. Frels [115]
DIFFERENCES IN PERSONALITY AND NEUROENDOCRINE
RESPONSES TO PHARMALOGICAL TREATMENT IN ADULT
MALE RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) J.D. Ruys,
J.P. Capitanio, S.P. Mendoza [114]
Scientific and Social Program / 19
9:45 AM
A CHIMPANZEE’S COMPREHENSION OF TELEVISED
SPATIAL INFORMATION
C.R. Menzel, J.W. Kelley, I.C. Sanchez [116]
10:00 AM
SOCIAL LEARNING ABOUT VALUE IN BROWN CAPUCHIN
MONKEYS, CEBUS APELLA
S.F. Brosnan, F.B. de Waal [117]
THE USE OF ACTIVITY MONITORS ON SOCIALLY-HOUSED
VERVETS
M.J. Jorgensen, W.P. Melega, L.A. Fairbanks [118]
10:15 AM
10:30 AM
HABITUATION OF WILD GOELDI’S MONKEYS (CALLIMICO
GOELDII) AT SAN SEBASTIAN, DEPARTAMENTO PANDO,
BOLIVIA
L.M. Porter [119]
10:45 AM-11:00 AM: Break
(D/E Cox Convention Center)
11:00 AM-12:00 PM: Special Session: Twenty-five Years of ASP
Meetings: Contributions to Primates and to Primatology:
John P. Capitanio
(Room 16/17, Cox Convention Center)
25th Anniversary Symposium [75]
12:00 PM-1:30 PM: Lunch
(Room A/B Cox Convention Center)
1:30 PM-3:15 PM: Session 14: GORILLAS IN THE 21ST CENTURY:
NOVEL APPROACHES TO CONSERVATION: H. D. Steklis
(Room 18, Cox Convention Center) Workshop [121]
1:30 PM-3:15 PM: Session 15: Reproduction and Colony Management/
Enrichment: Moderator Steve Schapiro
(Room 16/17, Cox Convention Center) Concurrent session
1:30 PM
REARING AND HOUSING HISTORY OF RHESUS
MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA) DISPLAYING SELFINJURIOUS AND NONINJURIOUS ABNORMAL BEHAVIORS
K. Baker [122]
1:45 PM
UNDERSTANDING INCREASED AGGRESSION IN A
SILVERBACK GORILLA AT LINCOLN PARK ZOO:
CHALLENGING ZOOKEEPER HYPOTHESES
K.E. Lukas, S.D. Thompson [123]
EFFECTS OF SUPPLEMENTAL FEEDING ENRICHMENT
ON GORILLA (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA) ACTIVITY
AT THE LOS ANGELES ZOO
C.R. Cox, T.T. duBois, V.I. Renzetti [124]
THE EFFECT OF MUSIC ON THE BEHAVIOR OF CAPTIVE
CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)
S. Howell, E. Roeder, C. Nelson, J. Fritz, M. Schwandt [125]
2:00 PM
2:15 PM
20 / Scientific and Social Program
2:30 PM
COMPUTER-ASSISTED ENRICHMENT FOR ZOO-HOUSED
ORANGUTANS (PONGO PYGMAEUS)
L.R. Tarou, L. Mayo, A.M. Stone, D. Adcock, C.W. Kuhar,
M A. Bloomsmith, T.L. Maple [126]
2:45 PM
SOCIAL ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION IN A CAPTIVE
CHIMPANZEE GROUP S
R. Ross, K. E. Lukas [127]
REPRODUCTION IN BABOONS: THE INFLUENCE OF
ENVIRONMENTAL ENHANCEMENT
J. Wallis [128]
3:00 PM
3:15 PM-3:30 PM: Break
(Room 16/17, Cox Convention Center)
3:30 PM-5:00 PM: Business Meeting
(Room 16/17, Cox Convention Center)
7:00 PM-12:00 AM: Closing Banquet
(National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum)
Wednesday, June 5, 2002 : Post-Conference
9:00 AM-5:00 PM: Session 16: Bringing Primatology into the
Classroom: A Workshop for K-12 Teachers (sponsored by the ASP
Education Committee): Lynne Miller
(Oklahoma City Zoo Education Center)
Post-conference teacher workshop [129]
Thursday, June 6, 2002 : Post-Conference
9:00 AM-5:00 PM:Bringing Primatology into the Classroom: A
Workshop for K-12 Teachers (sponsored by the ASP Education
Committee): Lynne Miller
(Oklahoma City Zoo Education Center) Day 2,
Post-conference teacher workshop [129]
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