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A BASELINE GENETIC CENSUS OF THE ENTIRE POPULATION OF THE CRITICALLY ENDANGERED MOUNTAIN GORILLAS IN BWINDI IMPENETRABLE NATIONAL PARK, UGANDA
K. Guschanski*1, L. Vigilant1, A. McNeilage2, M. Gray4, E. Kagoda5, M.M. Robbins1
1Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2Institute for Tropical Forest Conservation, Uganda, 3Wildlife Conservation Society, United States, 4The International Gorilla Conservation Program, Kenya, 5Uganda Wildlife Authority, Uganda
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation Genetics  -  10:00-12:20
A COMPARATIVE APPROACH TO STUDYING QUANTITATIVE COGNITION IN PROSIMIANS
E.M. Brannon*, D.J. Merritt, E. Maclean
Duke University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Sensory perception and cognition in prosimians (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF TESTIS MICROSTRUCTURE OF THE HUMAN AND GREAT APES
M. Nakano*1, H. Fujii-Hanamoto1, T. Enomoto1, K. Matsubayashi2
1Tokai University, Japan, 2Kyoto Unuversity, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
A COMPARISON OF GROUP SIZE AND COMPOSITION BETWEEN TWO NEWLY DESIGNATED PARAPATRIC LANGUR SPECIES, SEMNOPITHECUS PRIAM AND S.ACHATES, IN SOUTHERN INDIA
D. Vasudev*3, A. Kumar1, A. Sinha2
1Centre for Wildlife Studies, India, 2National Institute for Advanced Studies, India, 3Wildlife Conservation Society - India Program, India
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Demography, life history & populations: Groups and populations of colobines  -  13:30-15:30
A COMPARISON OF THE COGNITIVE SKILLS OF GREAT APES AND HUMAN CHILDREN
E. Herrmann*1, J. Call1, M.V. Hernández-Lloreda2, B. Hare1, B. Hare3, M Tomasello1
1Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2Departamento de Metodología de las Cincias del Comportamiento, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain, 3Department of Biological Anthropology and Anatomy, Duke University, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Comparative cognition  -  10:00-12:20
A COMPARISON OF THE POSTCRANIAL ADAPTATIONS OF GUMMIVOROUS PRIMATES
S.M. Ford*1, L.C. Davis2
1Southern Illinois University, United States, 2Northeastern Illinois University, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - The evolution of exudativory in primates (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
A CRITICAL STUDY OF PRIMATE REINTRODUCTION PROJECTS IN THE MESOAMERICAN REGION
S. Martin Solano*, M.C. Huynen, R. Libois
University Of Liege, Belgium
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
A FACE RECOGNITION TASK: HOW SPIDER MONKEYS (ATELES GEOFFROYI) AND HUMANS MATCH COMPOSITE STIMULI
J. Taubert*, D. Burke
CISAB, Macquarie University, Australia
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Learning and perception  -  10:00-12:20
A FEEDING STUDY ON CERCOPITHECUS ASCANIUS AT TAYNA NATURAL RESERVE: THE CASE OF MUTENDA STATION
Luc Mumbere Lango*, Jean-Pierre Mate Mweru, Desire Khasirikani Mbakwiravyo
Tayna Center for Conservation Biology, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Feeding ecology  -  16:00-18:00
A FIELD EXPERIMENT OF STRANGER INDIVIDUAL RECOGNITION IN HANUMAN LANGURS, SEMNOPITHECUS ENTELLUS AROUND JODHPUR (INDIA)
Lal Singh Rajpurohit*, A.K. chhangani, N.R. Bhaker, R.S. Rajpurohit, D.S. Rajpurohit, Gautam Sharma, Devi Lal, Prateek Vijay
J.N.V. University, India
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
A GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM MODEL OF GROUP SIZE IN VERVET MONKEYS (CERCOPITHECUS AETHIOPS)
E.P. Willems*, R.A. Hill
Durham University, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
A GUIDE TO GALAGO DIVERSITY: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE MORPHOLOGY OF HANDS, FEET AND DENTAL STRUCTURE (GETTING A GRIP ON HOW BEST TO CHEW GUM)
I.R. Stephenson*, S.K. Bearder
Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - The evolution of exudativory in primates (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
A LITTLE OF THIS, A LOT OF THAT: SPECIFICITY AND VARIABILITY IN NONHUMAN PRIMATE VOCAL REPERTOIRES
M.J. Owren*1, E.R. Patel1
1Georgia State University, United States, 2Cornell University, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Meaning and function of primate vocalisations and gestures: Monkeys and apes (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF SOCIAL TOLERANCE BY CHIMPANZEES TOWARDS A CONSPECIFIC WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
J.D. Carter
Living Links Center, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
A MEANINGFUL CALL COMBINATION IN A FOREST GUENON
K. Arnold*, K. Zuberbuhler
University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Meaning and function of primate vocalisations and gestures: Monkeys and apes (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
A MUSEUM INFORMATICS APPROACH TO EXAMINING PRIMATE PELAGE COLOUR DIVERSITY: PRELIMINARY RESULTS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
J.M. Kamilar
Washington University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Primate colouration: Measurement, mechanisms and function (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
A NEW APPROACH TO PRIMATE HOME RANGES: USING 3D AND 4D DATA TO CALCULATE HOME RANGE “VOLUME” AND USE
L.J. Digby
Duke University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Defining habitat quality of primates: Implications for behavioural ecology and conservation (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
A NEW COMBINED MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY FOR THE ORDER PRIMATES, WITH RELAXED-CLOCK ESTIMATES OF DIVERGENCE TIMES USING MULTIPLE FOSSIL CALIBRATIONS.
H.J. Chatterjee*1, R. Shore1, I. Barnes2, C. Groves3, S.Y.W. Ho4
1University College London, United Kingdom, 2Royal Holloway, University of London, United Kingdom, 3Australian National University, Australia, 4University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
A NUMEROSITY BASED ALARM CALL SYSTEM IN BLACK-AND-WHITE COLOBUS MONKEYS
A.M. Schel*1, S. Tranquilli2, K. Zuberbuhler1
1University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom, 2University College London, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Field experiments: The challenges and benefits of using experimental methods in field research (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF WILD SILKY SIFAKA (PROPITHECUS CANDIDUS) DIET, FEEDING ECOLOGY, AND HABITAT USE IN MAROJEJY NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR.
E. Queslin*1, E.R. Patel2
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2Cornell University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
A PRELIMINARY STUDY ON LOCOMOTOR KINEMATICS IN ZOO ENVIRONMENT
E. Hirasaki*1, T. Takano2, H. Kumakura1
1Osaka University, Japan, 2Japan Monkey Center, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
A QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEY ON THE CLOSE ENCOUNTERS AND FOOD TRADITION OF THE AFRICAN GREAT APES AMONG PEOPLE IN SOUTHWEST GABON
S. Suzuki
Ryukoku University, Japan
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Bushmeat and conservation outlooks  -  10:00-12:20
A SURVEY OF AN ORANG-UTAN POPULATION IN THE RAINFOREST OF ULU SEGAMA MALUA FOREST RESERVES AND ECOLOGICAL FACTORS INFLUENCING DENSITY
Raymond Alfred*, Shan Khee Lee
Borneo Species Programme-WWF, Malaysia
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
A SURVEY OF THE JAVAN FUSCOUS LANGUR (PRESBYTIS FREDERICAE) ON MT. SLAMET, CENTRAL JAVA INDONESIA
A Setiawan*1, - Djuwantoko1, S Pudyatmoko1, M.A. Imron1, Y Wibisono2
1Wildlife laboratory, Faculty of forestry, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia, 2Primate Study Club. Faculty of Forestry, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Demography, life history and populations: Life history  -  13:30-15:30
A TOOL TO ASSESS THE WELFARE OF CYNOMOLGUS MACAQUES (MACACA FASCICULARIS) FOR USE IN EVALUATING PLANNED REFINEMENTS
L. Tasker*1, T. Smith2, J. Kelly2, H.M. Buchanan-Smith1
1University of Stirling, United Kingdom, 2Covance Laboratories Ltd, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
ABUNDANCE ESTIMATES OF THREE SLOW LORIS TAXA IN SUMATRA (N. COUCANG), JAVA (N. JAVANICUS) AND BORNEO (N. MENAGENSIS)
R.A. Munds*, R. Collins, V. Nijman, K.A.I. Nekaris
Oxford Brookes University, Nocturnal Primate Research Group, School of Social Sciences and Law, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Mitigating threats and trade  -  16:00-18:00
ACOUSTIC PREDATOR RECOGNITION EXPERIMENTS WITH WILD BROWN MOUSE LEMURS, MICROCEBUS RUFUS, IN RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR
A.M. Deppe, S. Zohdy*, Patricia Wright
Stony Brook University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
ACQUISITION OF STONE TOOL USE IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES: PHYSICAL UNDERSTANDING AND SOCIAL INFLUENCES
S. Hirata*1, T. Matsuzawa2
1Hayashibara Great Ape Research Institute, Japan, 2Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Comparing percussive tool use in chimpanzees and capuchins (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
ACTIVITY BUDGET OF SIMAKOBU MONKEYS (SIMIAS CONCOLOR) INHABITING THE MENTAWAI ISLANDS, INDONESIA.
Lisa M. Paciulli*, Sara Holmes
Ithaca College, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Odd-nosed monkeys: Evolution, behaviour and conservation (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
ACTIVITY PATTERN OF WILD CALLITHRIX JACCHUS ALONG INFANT AND JUVENILE PERIODS
M.F. Arruda*, F.H.R. Cutrim, M.D.P. Ribeiro
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
ACUTE CONSERVATION THREATS TO TWO TARSIER SPECIES IN THE SANGIHE ISLAND CHAIN USING GIS MODELLING
Myron Shekelle*, Agus Salim
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation method and monitoring  -  16:00-18:00
ADAPTIVE POPULATION-LEVEL VARIATION IN PRIMATE BIRTH SEX RATIOS
Gillian R. Brown*1, Joan B. Silk2
1School of Psychology, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, 2Department of Anthropology, University of California, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Demography, life history and populations: Reproductive biology  -  16:00-18:00
ADOPTION RULES DURING SOCIAL TRANSMISSION EXPERIMENTS IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEE GROUPS
C. Hrubesch*, K. Pieta, S. Preuschoft, C. van Schaik
Anthropological Institute & Museum, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
ADULT PLAY IN A FAMILY GROUP OF CAPTIVE COMMON MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)
Tatiana Margarita Peraffán Eraso*, Andrea Vignolo, Ivan Norscia, Elisabetta Palagi
Museo di Storia Naturale e del Territorio, Università di Pisa, Italy
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
AFRICAN APES: HOW CAN WE ATTRIBUTE RED LIST STATUS WHEN WE DON'T KNOW HOW MANY THERE ARE?
E.A. Williamson*1, M. Hoffmann2, J.F. Oates3
1University of Stirling, United Kingdom, 2IUCN Biodiversity Assessment Unit, Center for Applied Biodiversity Science, Conservation International, United States, 3Nigerian Conservation Foundation, Nigeria
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Assessing the conservation status of the world's primates: Key issues and challenges (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
AGEING AND VOCAL COMMUNICATION IN COMMON MARMOSETS
G. Kaplan*, L.J. Rogers, H-C. Chen, Y. Berger
University of New England, Australia
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Vocalizations  -  10:00-12:20
AIMED STONE-THROWING BY FEMALES DURING COURTSHIP IN WILD CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS LIBIDINOSUS)
T. Falotico*, E.B. Ottoni
Institute of Psychology - University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Capuchin cognition  -  10:00-12:20
ALLOGROOMING IN FREE-RANGING SPIDER MONKEYS (ATELES GEOFFROYI)
A.L. Pérez-Ruiz*1, R. Mondragón-Ceballos1
1CEFPSVLT, Mexico, 2INP, Mexico
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Grooming  -  13:30-15:30
ALLOMETRY AND PHYSIOLOGY: HORMONES, MASS AND LENGTH
R.M. Bernstein*1, S.R. Leigh2, J. Setchell3
1George Washington University, United States, 2University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States, 3Durham University, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Primate body size: A multiple-level perspective  -  10:00-12:20
ALLOPARENTING IN PRIMATES, WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?
Patricia Wright2
1Centre ValBio, Madagascar, 2Stony Brook University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Cooperative breeding in primates: Expanding our perspectives on taxonomic distribution and mechanisms (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
ALLOPARENTING IN RED RUFFED LEMURS (VARECIA RUBRA) OF THE MASOALA PENINSULA, MADAGASCAR
Natalie Vasey
Portland State University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Cooperative breeding in primates: Expanding our perspectives on taxonomic distribution and mechanisms (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
AN AGENT-BASED MODEL OF PRIMATE DEMOGRAPHY: THE EFFECTS OF LIFE HISTORY, GROUP SIZE, AND PATERNITY CONCENTRATION ON PATTERNS OF RELATEDNESS
R.S. Walker*, J. Ostner, O. Schuelke
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Dominance, paternity and kinship  -  10:00-12:20
AN EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH TO IDENTIFYING SOCIAL LEARNING IN NATURAL CONTEXTS
D. Biro*1, T. Matsuzawa2
1Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, 2Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Identifying social learning in the wild: Implications for culture (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO ETHNO-ECOLOGY: EXPLORING HUMAN-WILDLIFE INTERACTIONS AMONG THE TIKUNA INDIANS OF AMACAYACU
H.E. Parathian*1, C.M. Hill1, L. Rival2
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
AN INVESTIGATION OF GASTRO-INTESTINAL PARASITES IN CAPTIVE, SEMI-CAPTIVE, AND WILD CERCOPITHECINE PRIMATES OF SOUTHERN NIGERIA
S.C. Friant*1, Z.J. Tooze2
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2CERCOPAN, Nigeria
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Health & Disease  -  13:30-15:30
AN ISOTOPIC ASSESSMENT OF INTER- AND INTRA- GROUP DIETARY VARIABILITY OF PAPIO H. HAMADRYAS, PAPIO H. ANUBIS AND THEIR HYBRIDS IN THE AWASH NATIONAL PARK, ETHIOPIA
N.H. Fourie*2, J. Lee-Thorp1, C. Jolly3, J. Phillips-Conroy4, F.L. Brett5
1Division of Archaeological, Geographical and Environmental Sciences, University of Bradford, United Kingdom, 2Center for the Advanced Study of Hominid Paleobiology, George Washington University, United States, 3Department of Anthropology and CSHO, New York University, and NYCEP, United States, 4Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Washington University School of Medicine, United States, 5Awash National Park Baboon Research Project, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
AN OVERVIEW OF PRIMATE TRADE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA
C.R. Shepherd*2, K.A.I. Nekaris1, V. Nijman1
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2TRAFFIC Southeast Asia, Malaysia
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
AN OVERVIEW OF WORLDWIDE SANCTUARIES WITH GREAT APES FROM RESEARCH LABORATORIES
G. Grow
Fauna Foundation Sanctuary, Canada
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - The use of great apes for invasive research: Science, policy, welfare, and current events  -  10:00-12:20
ANIMAL ‘CULTURE’: EVIDENCE FROM THE WILD?
R.L. Kendal
University of Durham, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Identifying social learning in the wild: Implications for culture (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
ANT-EATING BEHAVIOR NOT ACCOMPANIED BY TOOL USE AMONG WILD CHIMPANZEES IN MAHALE MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TANZANIA
Mieko Kiyono
Kyoto University, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
APES IN AN APPEARANCE-REALITY TEST
C. Krachun*1, J. Call1, M. Tomasello1
1Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2Carleton University, Canada
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
APPLICATIONS OF HIGH-THROUGHPUT SEQUENCING IN PRIMATE GENOMICS
Devin Locke*, Elaine Mardis, Rick Wilson
Washington University in St. Louis, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - How interdisciplinary exchange advances our understanding of marmosets: Examples from the European Marmoset Research group (EMRG) and the Marmoset Research Group of the Americas (MaRGA)  -  16:00-18:00
APPLYING INSIGHTS FROM HUMAN FACIAL MOVEMENT RESEARCH TO THE STUDY OF SPONTANEOUS FACIAL SIGNALLING IN PRIMATES
K.L. Schmidt
University of Pittsburgh, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Facial expression in primates: Measurement, meaning and function (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
ARE LOUD CALLS OF CAMPBELL’S MONKEY MALES SEMANTIC COMBINATIONS?
A. Lemasson*1, K. Ouattara1, K. Zuberbühler2
1Université de Rennes 1 - UMR 6552, CNRS, France, 2Saint Andrews University - School of Psychology, United Kingdom
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Meaning and function of primate vocalisations and gestures: Monkeys and apes (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
ARE THERE ADAPTATIONS TO BIPEDALISM IN THE HUMAN LUMBAR BACK MUSCULATURE?
B. Hesse*1, N. Schilling1, M.S. Fischer1, R. Fröber2
1Institut für Spezielle Zoologie und Evolutionsbiologie mit Phyletischem Museum, Germany, 2Institut für Anatomie I, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Functional anatomy & palaeobiology: Palaeobiology  -  13:30-15:30
ARE TUFTED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA) SENSITIVE TO UNEQUAL FOOD SHARE? AN EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF FOOD-CHOICE FOR OPPONENTS.
A. Takimoto*1, H. Kuroshima2, K. Fujita1
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2University of Georgia, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Food and society  -  16:00-18:00
ASPECTS OF THE ECOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR OF THE YELLOW TAILED WOOLLY MONKEY OREONAX FLAVICAUDA, HUMBOLDT 1912
F.M. Cornejo
Museo de Historia Natural, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Peru
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Behavioural ecology  -  16:00-18:00
ASSESSING ANIMAL WELFARE IN A CAPTIVE PRIMATE: AN ANALYSIS OF STRESS RELATED BEHAVIOUR IN MANDRILLUS SPHINX
R. Pansini2, J.R. de Ruiter*1
1Evolutionary Anthropology Research Group, University of Durham, United Kingdom, 2Ethologie des Primates, DEPE (IPHC CNRS UMR 7178), France
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
ASSESSING CAUSAL COMPREHENSION IN A STRIP PULLING TASK BY CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)
A. Albiach-Serrano*, J. Call
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Tool use and cognition  -  16:00-18:00
ASSESSING DYADIC SOCIAL ATTENTION IN LEMUR CATTA
L. Lane*, K.A. Bard
University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Relationships  -  10:00-12:20
ASSESSING TEMPORAL AND INTER-INDIVIDUAL VARIATION IN SECONDARY SEX RATIOS IN THE YELLOW BABOON (PAPIO CYNOCEPHALUS) IN MIKUMI NATIONAL PARK, TANZANIA
L. Jolly*, D. Hawkins, S.K. Wasser, G.W. Norton
Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
ASSESSING THE CONSERVATION STATUS OF SPORTIVE LEMURS (LEPILEMUR SPP.): WHAT WE STILL NEED TO KNOW BEFORE WE CAN START DOING WHAT URGENTLY NEEDS TO BE DONE
C. Schwitzer*1, G. Olivieri2, M. Craul2, F. Ruperti3, R. Hiltgartner4, N Schwitzer5
1Bristol Zoo Gardens, United Kingdom, 2Institute of Zoology, University of Veterinary Medicine, Germany, 3Monkeyland Primate Sanctuary, South Africa, 4Affenberg Salem, Germany, 5Institute of Parasitology, Justus Liebig University, Germany
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Assessing the conservation status of the world's primates: Key issues and challenges (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF HUNTING ON HARVEST-SENSITIVE PRIMATES WITHIN PROTECTED AREAS AND INDIGENOUS LAND IN THE SOUTHERN COLOMBIAN AMAZON
A.M. Maldonado*1, S.K. Bearder1
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2Fundacion Entropika, Colombia
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation method and monitoring  -  16:00-18:00
ASSESSMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION PROJECTS: SUGGESTIONS FOR EFFECTIVE PROGRAMMES AND METHODS FOR EVALUATION OF THESE
M.F. Hansen*1, I. Iryantoro2, K.A.I. Nekaris1, K. Sánchez2
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2International Animal Rescue Indonesia, Indonesia
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Mitigating threats and trade  -  16:00-18:00
ASSESSMENT OF METHODS FOR FECAL PARASITE COLLECTION AND LABORATORY ANALYSIS IN TWO LEMUR SPECIES, EULEMUR ALBOCOLLARIS, VARECIA VARIEGATA VARIEGATA
S.K. Martin
SUNY Stony Brook, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
ASSESSMENT OF SITE-OCCUPANCY MODELING FOR STUDYING PRIMATE POPULATIONS: MONITORING TRENDS AND IDENTIFYING HABITAT USE PATTERNS
L.R. Baker*1, O.S. Olubode2, T.W. Arnold1, D.L. Garshelis3
1Conservation Biology Program, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife, & Conservation Biology, University of Minnesota, 1980 Folwell Ave., United States, 2Department of Crop Protection and Environmental Biology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, 3Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, 1201 E. Highway 2, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Defining habitat quality of primates: Implications for behavioural ecology and conservation (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
ASSOCIATIONS AMONG CHANGES IN CLIMATE, TREE PHENOLOGY AND LEMUR REPRODUCTION IN RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR
Benjamin Green*, Jessica Scirbona, Patricia Wright
Stony Brook University , United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The effects of climate change on primate populations: A review of the mechanisms and theoretical predictions  -  13:30-15:30
ASYMMETRIES FOR COMMUNICATIVE AND NON COMMUNICATIVE GESTURES IN BABOONS AND THE QUESTION OF LANGUAGE ORIGIN
J. Vauclair*, A. Meguerditchian
University of Provence, France
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Gestural communication and the question of language origin  -  10:00-12:20
ATTENDING TO THE OUTCOMES OF OTHERS: DISADVANTAGEOUS INEQUITY AVERSION IN MALE CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)
G.E. Fletcher1
1Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2University of Georgia, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
AUDIO-VISUAL CROSSMODAL IDENTIFICATION IN CHIMPANZEES
L Martinez*, T. Matsuzawa
Primate Research Institute Kyoto University, Japan
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Cogniton & communication: Memory and perception  -  16:00-18:00
BABOON ADVANCE-PLANNING: DOES IT PAY TO GET UP EARLY IN THE MORNING?
R. Noser*2, R.W. Byrne1
1School of Psychology, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, 2Cognitive Ethology, German Primate Center, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Predation and time constraints  -  10:30-12:30
BABOONS PERCEIVE GRUNTS BY SOMEBODY APPROACHING AS A SIGNAL OF BENIGN INTENT
Roman M. Wittig*1, Catherine Crockford2, Robert M. Seyfarth1, Dorothy L. Cheney1
1University of Pennsylvania, United States, 2University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Meaning and function of primate vocalisations and gestures: Monkeys and apes (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
BABOONS PREFER DENSE HABITATS UNDER LEOPARD PREDATION RISK
L.R. Bidner
Arizona State University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Predation and time constraints  -  10:30-12:30
BALD LEMUR SYNDROME: THE SYSTEMIC EFFECTS OF LEUCAENA LEUCOCEPHALA ON LEMUR CATTA AT BERENTY RESERVE, MADAGASCAR
G. Crawford*1, S. Ostapak1, A. Davidson2, T. Baker2, B. Puschner2, V. Affolter2, I. Stalis3, H. Rasamimanana4, A. Jolly5
1San Francisco Zoo Veterinary Department, United States, 2School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, United States, 3Zoological Society of San Diego, Wildlife Disease Laboratories, United States, 4Ecole Normale Superieure, University of Antananarivo, Madagascar, 5Department of Biology and Enviornmental Science, Sussex University, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Health & Disease  -  13:30-15:30
BARBADOS: INTRODUCED MONKEYS HAVE BEEN TRANSFORMED FROM PESTS TO A NATURAL AND RENEWABLE RESEARCH RESOURCE
J. Baulu
Barbados Primate Research Center and Wildlife Reserve, Barbados
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Inconvenience to asset: Transforming nonhuman primate problems into resources  -  10:00-12:20
BARBARY MACAQUES (MACACA SYLVANUS) AND PEOPLE IN NORTHERN MOROCCO
S. Waters*1, A. El Harrad1, M-E. Hobbelink1, M. Aksissou2
1The Northern Morocco Barbary Macaque Conservation Project, Morocco, 2University Abdelmalek Essaadi, Morocco
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Human context of conservation  -  10:30-12:30
BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS: A TOOL TO INCREASE ANIMAL WELFARE LEVELS OF NEW WORLD MONKEYS IN CAPTIVITY
J.S. Perez Flores
Africam Safari, Mexico
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
BEHAVIORAL AND HORMONAL CONTEXT OF FEMALE TRANSFER IN WILD CHIMPANZEES
R.M. Stumpf*1, M. Emery Thompson2, M.N. Muller2, R.W. Wrangham3
1University of Illinois, United States, 2University of New Mexico, United States, 3Harvard University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Should I stay or should I go? Dispersal opportunities, individual decisions and consequences for wild primates (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
BEHAVIORAL AND HORMONAL CORRELATES OF DOMINANCE ACQUISITION OF INFANT RING-TAILED LEMURS IN A WILD VERSUS A FOOD-PROVISIONED POPULATION
S. Longest
University of Chicago, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Sex and stress: Hormones  -  10:00-12:20
BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT AND INFANT CARE IN RED-SHANKED DOUCS (PYGATHRIX NEMAEUS NEMAEUS)
C. Yeong*1, C.L. Tan2, L. Meijer1
1Singapore Zoological Gardens, Singapore, 2Zoological Society of San Diego, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Odd-nosed monkeys: Evolution, behaviour and conservation (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY OF GOLDEN LANGURS INHABITING FOREST RESERVES WITH VARYING DEGREE OF DISTURBANCE
Arun Srivastava1
1Primate Heritage, India, 2Hudson County Schools of Technology, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Demography, life history & populations: Groups and populations of colobines  -  13:30-15:30
BEHAVIORAL MANAGEMENT CONSORTIUM OF THE US NATIONAL PRIMATE RESEARCH CENTERS PROMOTES COMMUNICATION, COLLABORATION, AND CONSENSUS
C.M. Crockett*1, K.C. Baker2, M.A. Bloomsmith3, K. Coleman4, M.A. Fahey5, C.K. Lutz6, B.J. McCowan7, J. Sullivan8
1Washington NPRC, United States, 2Tulane NPRC, United States, 3Yerkes NPRC, United States, 4Oregon NPRC, United States, 5New England NPRC, United States, 6Southwest NPRC, United States, 7California NPRC, United States, 8Wisconsin NPRC, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Behavioural management of captive primates: Enhancing the definition of biomedical models  -  10:00-12:20
BEHAVIORAL MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS FOR NON-HUMAN PRIMATES IN RESEARCH: THE ETHICS OF BALANCING BEHAVIOR AND SCIENTIFIC NEEDS
N. DeBolt Robertson*, A. Maier, K. Coleman
Oregon National Primate Research Center, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Exploring human-nonhuman bonds in primatological research  -  10:30-12:30
BEHAVIORAL OBSERVATIONS OF PROBOSCIS MONKEYS (NASALIS LARVATUS) IN A RIVERINE FOREST IN SABAH, MALAYSIA
I. Matsuda*1, A. Tuuga1, S. Higashi1
1Hokkaido University, Japan, 2Sabah Wildlife Department, Malaysia, 3Hokkaido University, Japan
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Odd-nosed monkeys: Evolution, behaviour and conservation (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
BEHAVIORAL OBSERVATIONS OF PROBOSCIS MONKEYS (NASALIS LARVATUS) IN SABAH, MALAYSIA
Heather Leasor
Australian National University, Australia
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered Papers - Odd-nosed monkeys 1  -  13:30-15:30
BEHAVIOURAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL REACTIVITY TO NOVELTY ACROSS THE CALLITRICHID PRIMATE FAMILY
T.E. Smith*1, J.M. McCallister2, R. Elwood2
1University of Chester, United Kingdom, 2Queen's University, Belfast, United Kingdom
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Comparative cognition  -  10:00-12:20
BEHAVIOURAL AND VOCAL REPERTOIRES OF CAPTIVE GREY-LEGGED NIGHT MONKEYS AOTUS LEMURINUS GRISEIMEMBRA (ELLIOT, 1912)
N. Morris1, A. Richardson1, B.M. Bezerra*1, C. Schwitzer2, G. Jones1
1University of Bristol, United Kingdom, 2Bristol Zoo Gardens, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
BEHAVIOURAL HEALTH OF REINTRODUCED ORANGUTANS (PONGO ABELII) IN BUKIT LAWANG, SUMATRA, INDONESIA
D. Dellatore
Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Human interventions  -  13:30-15:30
BEST PRACTICE NON-HUMAN PRIMATE NETWORKING GROUP
L.F. Mikkelsen*1, M. Carlsen1, L. Holst1, M.O. Jørgensen2, J. Stagegaard3
1Novo Nordisk A/S, Denmark, 2Copenhagen Zoo, Denmark, 3Ree Park - Ebeltoft Safari, Denmark
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Behavioural management of captive primates: Enhancing the definition of biomedical models  -  10:00-12:20
BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF BRAZILIAN PRIMATOLOGY FROM 1976 TO 2006
Danusa Guedes*, Robert Young
Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, Brazil
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
BIOBEHAVIORAL FACTORS IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF SELF INJURIOUS BEHAVIOUR IN RHESUS MONKEYS (MACACA MULATTA)
M.A. Novak*1, M.D. Davenport1, J.S. Meyer2
1New England Primate Research Center, United States, 2University of Massachusetts, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Behavioural management of captive primates: Enhancing the definition of biomedical models  -  10:00-12:20
BIOGEOCHEMICAL EFFECTS OF ANTHROPOGENIC DISTURBANCE ACROSS HABITAT AND TIME IN MADAGASCAR
E.M. McGee*, S.E. Vaughn, J.S. Lundberg
San Jose State University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation and ecology in Madagascar  -  10:00-12:20
BIOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL EVOLUTION IN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS: MAPPING BEHAVIOURAL TRADITIONS ONTO A CEBUS MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY
J.W. Lynch Alfaro*, M.E. Alfaro
Washington State University, United States
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Capuchin cognition  -  10:00-12:20
BIOSYNERGY: A CRUCIAL MISSING LINK IN PRIMATE RESEARCH, CARE AND CONSERVATION
A.L. Rose1
1The Biosynergy Institute, United States, 2The Gorilla Foundation, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Welfare & management: 3Rs  -  13:30-15:30
BIRDS OF A FEATHER STICK TOGETHER: TRAITS PROMOTING THE EVOLUTION OF PARALLEL DISPERSAL BY MALE PRIMATES
V.A.M. Schoof*1, K.M. Jack1, L. Isbell2
1Department of Anthropology, Tulane University, United States, 2Department of Anthropology, University of California, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Should I stay or should I go? Dispersal opportunities, individual decisions and consequences for wild primates (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
BITTERSWEET KNOWLEDGE: CAN FARMERS AND ORANGUTANS LIVE IN HARMONY
G.A. Campbell-Smith*, M. Linkie
University of Kent, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
BODY SIZE AND THE ORIGIN OF THE ORDER PRIMATES
C. Soligo
University College London, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Primate body size: A multiple-level perspective  -  10:00-12:20
BUFFON’S PRIMATES AND HUMANS: 250 YEARS AGO AND NOW
Jorge Martinez-Contreras
UAM, Mexico
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
BUILDING PRIMATE CONSERVATION CAPACITY IN VIETNAM
B.M. Rawson*1, T. Vu Ngoc1, H.H. Covert1, J. Brunner1
1Conservation International, Viet Nam, 2Vietnam National University, Viet Nam, 3University of Colorado, Boulder, United States, 4Cuc Phuong National Park, Viet Nam
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Human context of conservation  -  10:30-12:30
BUSHMEAT IN CAMEROON: THE HUNTERS PERSPECTIVE
J.H. Wright*, N.E.C. Priston
Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Bushmeat and conservation outlooks  -  10:00-12:20
BYSTANDERS’ BEHAVIOUR DURING MATE GUARDING IN CAPTIVE TONKEAN MACAQUES
R. Cozzolino*1, A. De Marco2, B. Thierry3
1Ethoikos and Centro Studi Etologici, Italy, 2Parco Faunistico Piano dell’Abatino, Rieti, and Dipartimento di Biologia Animale e Genetica, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy, 3Département Ecologie, Physiologie & Ethologie, CNRS, Strasbourg University, France
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
CALL STRUCTURE AMONG GALAGOS: HOW DOES SOUND PRODUCTION VARY WITH SPECIES AND HABITAT?
S.K Bearder*1, P.E. Honess2, A.W. Perkin1
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2Oxford University, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Morphological correlates of non-human primate vocalizations: What's the sound of size, sex and species (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
CAN INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE CONTRIBUTE TO WILDLIFE CONSERVATION? A CASE STUDY OF THE BECHATI-FOSSIMONDI-BESALI CROSS RIVER GORILLA (GORILLA GORILLA DIELHI) SITE
Ndeloh Denis Etiendem
Vrije Universitiet Brussel (VUB), Belgium
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
CAPUCHIN MONKEYS AND CHIMPANZEES CRACK NUTS SKILLFULLY: BIOMECHANICAL ANALYSES
Q. Liu*1, D. Fragaszy1, D. Bril2, G. Dietrich2, S. Hirata3
1University of Georgia, United States, 2Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, 54 Bd Raspail, France, 3Hayashibara Great Ape Institute, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Comparing percussive tool use in chimpanzees and capuchins (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA) REGULATE THEIR OWN BEHAVIOUR ACCORDING TO THE CONSPECIFIC’S EMOTIONAL EXPRESSION
Y. Morimoto*, K. Fujita
Kyoto university, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Expression  -  13:30-15:30
CERCOPITHECID MODELS AS A CONTEXTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR HUMAN EVOLUTION
S. Elton
Hull York Medical School, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The context for being human: Social behaviour of early hominins from the perspective of primate socioecology (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
CHALLENGES FACING THE CONSERVATION OF THE MURIQUIS IN THE BRAZILIAN ATLANTIC FOREST
S.L. Mendes*1, A.A. Cunha6, L.G. Dias2, F.R. Melo3, K.B. Strier4, M. Talebi5
1Universidade Federal do Espirito Santo, Brazil, 2Instituto Biotrópicos, Brazil, 3Universidade Federal de Goiás, Brazil, 4Wisconsin University, Brazil, 5Associação Pró-Muriqui, Brazil, 6Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Assessing the conservation status of the world's primates: Key issues and challenges (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
CHALLENGES OF ASSESSING THE CONSERVATION STATUS OF NEOTROPICAL PRIMATES OF THE GENUS CACAJAO
J.P. Boubli*, M.G. de Lima
University of Auckland, New Zealand
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Assessing the conservation status of the world's primates: Key issues and challenges (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
CHANGES IN THE CONSERVATION STATUS OF THE PRIMATE POPULATIONS AND THEIR HABITAT IN A TRANSECT OF THE “LOS TUXTLAS” BIOSPHERE RESERVE, MEXICO
B. Solorzano-Garcia*, E. Rodriguez-Luna
Centro de Investigaciones Tropicales, Mexico
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
CHANGES IN THE FORAGING BEHAVIOUR OF MANTLED HOWLER MONKEYS (ALOUATTA PALLIATA) IN RESPONSE TO FOOD AVAILABILITY AND THEIR EFFECT ON PHYSIOLOGICAL HEALTH
J.C. Dunn*1, J. Cristóbal-Azkarate1, J.B. Veá1
1Centre Especial de Reserca en Primats, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain, 2Centro de Investigaciones Tropicales, Universidad Veracruzana, Mexico
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Feeding ecology  -  16:00-18:00
CHAOS, AND VIOLENCE: GENES INTERACTING WITH ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCES TO PRODUCE IMPULSIVE PERSONALITY
J.D. Higley*1, C.S. Barr2, S.J. Suomi2
1Brigham Young University, United States, 2National Institutes of Health, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - How do we know that primate personality is real and useful?  -  10:00-12:20
CHEMICAL COMMUNICATION MAINTAINS THE COOPERATIVE BREEDING SOCIAL SYSTEM IN TWO PLATYRRHINE SPECIES, CALLITHRIX JACCHUS AND SAGUINUS OEDIPUS
T.E. Ziegler*, C.T. Snowdon
University of Wisconsin, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Cooperative breeding in primates: Expanding our perspectives on taxonomic distribution and mechanisms (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
CHIMPANZEE COPULATION CALLS: A SEXUAL STRATEGY AGAINST FEMALE COMPETITION
S.W. Townsend*1, T. Deschner2, K. Zuberbuhler1
1School of Psychology, University of St-Andrews, United Kingdom, 2Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Meaning and function of primate vocalisations and gestures: Monkeys and apes (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
CHIMPANZEE EXPERIMENTS: THE BEGINNING OF THE END?
A.D. Knight
Animal Consultants International, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
CHIMPANZEE (PAN TROGLODYTES) INTRODUCTIONS IN CAPTIVE SETTINGS: CHALLENGES, FACTS AND AS ART
M. Seres
Stichting AAP, Sanctuary for Exotic Animals, Netherlands
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Welfare & management: Captive apes  -  16:00-18:00
CHIMPANZEE (PAN TROGLODYTES VERUS) CONSERVATION IN GUINEA-BISSAU: AN UPDATE OF THE MAJOR THREATS AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
C.C.N. Casanova*1, C. Sousa3
1ISCSP, Lisbon Technical University, Portugal, 2CBA (Centro de Biologia Ambiental), Portugal, 3FCSH, Lisbon New University, Portugal, 4CRIA (Centro de Investigação em Antropologia), Portugal
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Apes in human context  -  13:30-15:30
CHIMPANZEE (PAN TROGLODYTES VERUS) CONSERVATION STATUS, DISTRIBUTION AND NUMBERS IN SOUTH COASTAL REGION OF GUINEA-BISSAU
C. Sousa*1, C. Casanova2, J. Sousa3
1Faculty of Social & Human Sciences, New University of Lisbon, Portugal, 2Advanced Institute of Social & Political Sciences, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal, 3Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon, Portugal
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Apes in human context  -  13:30-15:30
CHIMPANZEE PERSONALITY STUDIED WITH A BEHAVIOURAL APPROACH
S.E. Koski*1, E.H.M. Sterck3, W.C. McGrew1
1Leverhulme Centre for Human Evolutionary Studies, Department of Biological Anthropology, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2Centre of Excellence in Evolutionary Studies, Department of Evolution and Environmental Sciences, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland, 3Department of Behavioural Biology, University of Utrecht, Netherlands, 4Ethology Research Group, Animal Science Department, Primate Biomedical Research Centre, Netherlands
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Welfare & management: Captive apes  -  16:00-18:00
CHIMPANZEE PERSONALITY TRAITS AND RELATED FACIAL EXPRESSIONS: A STUDY WITH BEHAVIOUR MEASURES
C. Carvalho*1, G. Augusta2, M. Friesacher3, J. Ney4
1Coimbra University, Portugal, 2CIS- ISCTE- Lisbon University Institute, Portugal, 3Jane Goodall Institute Germany, Germany, 4JGI Chimpanzee Eden, South Africa
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Facial expression in primates: Measurement, meaning and function (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
CHIMPANZEE SUBSPECIES: INSIGHTS FROM RETROVIRUSES
P.M. Sharp*2, W. Liu1, Y. Li1, B.F. Keele1, F. Van Heuverswyn3, M. Worobey4, W.M. Switzer5, M. Peeters3, B.H. Hahn1
1University of Alabama at Birmingham, United States, 2University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 3University of Montpellier, France, 4University of Arizona, United States, 5Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Biology and conservation of the most endangered apes in Africa (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
CHIMPANZEE TRENDSETTERS: DOES PERFORMER STATUS AFFECT THE PROBABILITY OF CULTURAL TRANSMISSION?
V. Horner*1, D. Proctor1, K.E. Bonnie2, A. Whiten3, F.B.M. de Waal1
1Living Links Center, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University, United States, 2Department of Psychology, Beloit College, United States, 3Centre for Social Learning and Cognitive Evolution, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Social learning and traditions  -  10:00-12:20
CHIMPANZEE USE FOR INVASIVE RESEARCH AND TESTING WORLDWIDE: OVERVIEW, LAWS, CURRENT EVENTS AND CAMPAIGNS
K. Conlee
The Humane Society of the United States, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - The use of great apes for invasive research: Science, policy, welfare, and current events  -  10:00-12:20
CHIMPANZEES AND CHILDREN EVIDENCE EMULATION IN A ‘GHOST’ CONDITION
L.M. Hopper*1, S.P. Lambeth2, S.J. Schapiro2, A. Whiten1
1School of Psychology, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, 2Department of Veterinary Sciences, The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Social learning and traditions  -  10:00-12:20
CHIMPANZEES KNOW WHAT OTHERS KNOW NOT WHAT THEY BELIEVE
J. Kaminski*1, J. Call2, M. Tomasello2
1University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2Max Planck Institute for evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Decisions  -  10:00-12:20
CHIMPANZEES SOLVE THE TRAP PROBLEM WHEN THE CONFOUND OF TOOL USE IS REMOVED
A.M. Seed*1, J. Call1, N.J. Emery2, N.S. Clayton3
1Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom, 3University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Tool use and cognition  -  16:00-18:00
CLIMATE CHANGE AND THE DECLINE OF THE GREATER BAMBOO LEMUR PROLEMUR SIMUS, A CRITICALLY ENDANGERED PRIMATE
Radoniaina Rafaliarison*1, Rachel Jacobs2, Peter Schlichting2, Chia Tan3, Patricia Wright2
1Centre ValBio, University of Antananarivo , Madagascar, 2Stony Brook University, United States, 3San Diego Zoological Society, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The effects of climate change on primate populations: A review of the mechanisms and theoretical predictions  -  13:30-15:30
CLIMATE CHANGE IN KIBALE: INTERACTION OF CLIMATE, DISEASE, TREE PHENOLOGY, TREE CHEMISTRY, AND PRIMATE ABUNDANCE
Dennis Twinomugisha*1, Colin Chapman2, Jessica Rothman3, Thomas Struhsaker4, Peter Waterman5, Stacey Hodder6
1Kibale Fish and Monkey Project, Uganda, 2Department of Anthropology, McGill University and Wildlife Conservation Society, Canada, 3McGill School of Environment and Department of Biology, McGill University, Canada, 4Department of Biological Anthropology and Anatomy, Duke University, United States, 5126 Wenga Drive, Australia, 6Department of Anthropology, McGill University, Canada
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The effects of climate change on primate populations: A review of the mechanisms and theoretical predictions  -  13:30-15:30
CLOSE KIN AVAILABILITY WITHIN WILD GROUPS OF WHITE-FACED CAPUCHINS
L. Muniz*1, S. Perry2, J.H. Manson2, J. Gros-Louis3, H. Gilkenson4, L. Vigilant1
1Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2University of California, United States, 3Indiana University, United States, 4ELPC, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Dominance, paternity and kinship  -  10:00-12:20
COGNITIVE BACKGROUND OF RECIPROCAL ALTRUISM IN TUFTED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)
Y. Hattori*1, H. Kuroshima3, K. Fujita1
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Japan, 3University of Georgia, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Cooperation, reciprocity and response to inequity (part I)  -  10:30-12:30
COLLABORATIVE PASA VETERINARY TRAINING: HEALTH MANAGEMENT AND CAPACITY BUILDING FOR AFRICAN PRIMATE SANCTUARIES
D. Cress*1, S. Unwin2, F. Leendertz3, K. Farmer1, B. Goossens5, M. Ancrenaz6, F. Lankester7, D. Travis8
1Pan African Sanctuary Alliance, United States, 2NEZS, Chester Zoo, United Kingdom, 3Robert Koch Institute, Germany, 4Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom, 5Cardiff University, United Kingdom, 6Kinabatangan Orang-utan Conservation Project, Malaysia, 7Pandrillus, Cameroon, 8Lincoln Park Zoo, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Application of the IPS Captive Care Guidelines for Primates: Principles in practice  -  13:30-15:30
COLOR DISCRIMINATION ON DETECTING FOOD TARGET OF ALOUATTA CARAYA (PRIMATES, ATELIDAE)
S. Chabrawi*, R.C.A. Ajuz, V.F. Pessoa, M.F.P. Araújo
University of Brasilia, Brazil
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
COLOUR CUES TO HEALTH IN HUMAN FACES
D.I. Perrett*1, I.D. Stephen1, M.J. Law Smith1, M.R. Stirrat1, V. Coetzee1, S.P. Henzi2
1School of Psychology, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, 2Department of Psychology, University of Lethbridge, Canada
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Primate colouration: Measurement, mechanisms and function (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
COLOUR PREFERENCES IN ZOO-HOUSED GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA) AND CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)
D.L. Wells1, C.L. McDonald1, J.E. Ringland1, T. Cooper*1
1Queen's University, United Kingdom, 2Belfast Zoological Gardens, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
COLOUR VISION AS AN ADAPTATION IN PRIMATES: WHAT DO WE KNOW?
N. Mundy*, B. Bradley, T. MacFie
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Primate colouration: Measurement, mechanisms and function (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
COLOUR VISION DISCRIMINATION IN THE BLACK HOWLER MONKEY (ALOUATTA CARAYA)
A.C. Araújo Jr.*1, J.J. Didonet1, C.S. Araújo1, P.G. Saletti1, T.R.J. Borges1, V.F. Pessoa1
1University of Brasilia, Brazil, 2Zoological Gardens of Brasilia, Brazil
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ecology of vision: Colour and light  -  16:00-18:00
COMBINING PHYLOGENY AND COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS TO TEST MODELS OF HOMININ BEHAVIORAL EVOLUTION
J.M. Plavcan*1, C.A. Lockwood2
1University of Arkansas, United States, 2University College London, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The context for being human: Social behaviour of early hominins from the perspective of primate socioecology (part I)  -  10:30-12:30
COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE AND CONSERVATION
V. Reynolds*, T. Bettinger
Oxford University, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Interactions between long-term research and conservation  -  16:00-18:00
COMPARATIVE COLOUR VISION
I.C. Cuthill
University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Primate colouration: Measurement, mechanisms and function (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
COMPARATIVE CRANIAL MORPHOLOGY OF THE DOUC LANGURS (PYGATHRIX CINEREA, P. NEMAEUS, P. NIGRIPES)
C. Stefen1, T. Nadler1, T.L. Ha*1
1Museum fuer Tierkunde, Germany, 2Endangered Primate Rescue Center, Viet Nam, 3Endangered Primate Rescue Center, Viet Nam
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Odd-nosed monkeys: Evolution, behaviour and conservation (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
COMPARATIVE ECOLOGY OF SEED PREDATION IN CERCOCEBUS AND LOPHOCEBUS MANGABEYS
C.L. Ehardt*1, J. Wieczkowski2, W.S. McGraw3, N. Shah4, P. Waser5, J. Poulsen6, C. Clark7
1University of Texas at San Antonio, United States, 2University of West Georgia, United States, 3Ohio State University, United States, 4Stony Brook University, United States, 5Purdue University, United States, 6University of Florida, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Foraging  -  16:00-18:00
COMPARATIVE PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF THREE PRIMATE SPECIES IN THE LOWER KINABATANGAN WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, SABAH, MALAYSIA
M.F. Jalil*1, B. Goossens4, J. Cable4, J. Sinyor3, M. Ancrenaz3, I. Lackman-Ancrenaz3, M. Mohamed2, M.W. Bruford4
1Centre for Primate Studies BORNEO, Institute for Tropical Biology & Conservation, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia, 2Institute for Tropical Biology and Conservation, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia, 3Kinabatangan Orang-utan Conservation Project, Malaysia, 4Biodiversity and Ecological Processes Group, School of Biosciences, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Eco- and phylo- geography  -  13:30-15:30
COMPARING URINARY TESTOSTERONE LEVELS OF PRIMATES: PROBLEMS WITH ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS USING HELIX POMATIA JUICE
B. Hauser*, C. Boesch, T. Deschner
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
COMPARISION OF WHITE BLOOD CELLS/LYMPOCYTES RATIO IN ADULT BABOONS REARED IN INDOOR AND OUTDOOR CONDITIONS
G. Ramis*, N. García, L. Martínez-Alarcon, M. Majado, P. Ramírez, A. Muñoz
University of Murcia, Spain
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
COMPARISON BETWEEN CHIMPANZEES AND HUMANS IN FACE-TO-FACE TASKS USING BLOCKS
M. Hayashi*1, H. Takeshita2
1Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan, 2The University of Shiga Prefecture, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Tool use and cognition  -  16:00-18:00
COMPARISON OF CULTURAL REPERTOIRES IN TWO POPULATIONS OF WILD BORNEAN ORANGUTANS (PONGO PYGMAEUS WURMBII)
M.L. Bastian*1, C.P. van Schaik2
1Duke University, United States, 2University of Zurich, Switzerland
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Identifying social learning in the wild: Implications for culture (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
COMPARISON OF HOME RANGE CALCULATION METHODS: GOLDEN LION TAMARINS AS A CASE STUDY
S.J. Hankerson*, J.M. Dietz
University of Maryland, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
COMPARISON OF THE JAVAN GIBBON (HYLOBATES MOLOCH) POPULATION AT GUNUNG HALIMUN-SALAK AND UJUNG KULON NATIONAL PARK, INDONESIA
E. Iskandar*1, R.C. Kyes2, H. Alikodra3, S.S. Mansjoer4, M. Bismark5
1Primate Research Center of Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia, 2Dept. of Psychology & Washington National Primate Research Center, University of Washington, United States, 3Faculty of Forestry of Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia, 4Faculty of Animal Science of Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia, 5Forest and Nature Conservation Research and Development Center, Indonesia
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
COMPARISON OF VIGILANCE BEHAVIOUR IN STATIONARY AND LOCOMOTING MOUSTACHED TAMARINS (SAGUINUS MYSTAX) IN PERUVIAN AMAZONIA
M. Stojan-Dolar*, E.W. Heymann
German Primate Center (DPZ), Germany
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Predation and time constraints  -  10:30-12:30
COMPARISONS OF BEHAVIOURAL PATTERNS AND VOCALISATIONS IN PAIR-HOUSED AND FAMILY-HOUSED CAPTIVE HOWLER MONKEYS (ALOUATTA CARAYA)
H. Farmer*1, L.A. Leaver2, A.B. Plowman1
1Whitley Wildlife Conservation Trust, United Kingdom, 2Exeter University, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
COMPARISONS OF LIMB STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES IN HABITUATED CHIMPANZEES FROM KIBALE, GOMBE, MAHALE AND TAÏ COMMUNITIES.
K.J. Carlson*1, R.W. Wrangham2, M.N. Muller3, D.R. Sumner4, M.E. Morbeck5, T. Nishida6, A. Yamanaka7, C. Boesch8
1Department of Anatomy, New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, United States, 2Department of Anthropology, Harvard University, United States, 3Department of Anthropology, University of New Mexico, United States, 4Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Rush Medical College, United States, 5Departments of Anthropology and Anatomy, University of Arizona, United States, 6Kyoto University, Japan, 7Department of Oral Anatomy, Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences, Kagoshima University, Japan, 8Max-Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Studying primate locomotion: Linking in situ and ex situ research (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
COMPLAINTS ABOUT URBAN MARMOSETS IN BELO HORIZONTE IN THE PERIOD FROM 2002 TO 2006
C.P. Teixeira*, V.D.L.R. Goulart, R.J. Young
PUC Minas, Brazil
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
COMPLEXITY IN CHIMPANZEE GROOMING CLIQUES: COMPLEX THOUGHTS OR SIMPLE RULES?
Y.I. Russell*, R.I.M. Dunbar
School of Biological Sciences, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
CONFORMITY OR HABIT? EXPERIMENTS WITH MULTIPLE GROUPS OF CAPTIVE AND FREE-LIVING COMMON MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)
T. Gunhold*1, M.B. Pesendorfer1, F. Range1, N. Schiel2, A. Souto2, L. Huber1
1Department for Neurobiology and Cognition Research, Austria, 2Departamento de Zoologia, Centro de Ciências Biológicas, Brazil
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Social learning and traditions  -  10:00-12:20
CONFUSING PATERNITY IN A SEASONAL BREEDER? EXTRA-CONCEPTIVE COPULATIONS IN WHITE-COLLARED LEMURS (EULEMUR ALBOCOLLARIS) IN SOUTHEASTERN MADAGASCAR
A. Rued*1, H.E. Andriamaharoa2, C. Ingraldi1, S.E. Johnson1
1University of Calgary, Canada, 2University of Antananarivo, Madagascar
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
CONSERVATION OF RED COLOBUS MONKEYS: STATUS, PROBLEMS, AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
M. Hoffmann1, J.F. Oates*2, T.T. Struhsaker3
1IUCN Biodiversity Assessment Unit, Center for Applied Biodiversity Science, Conservation International, United States, 2Nigerian Conservation Foundation, Nigeria, 3Department of Biological Anthropology and Anatomy, Duke University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Assessing the conservation status of the world's primates: Key issues and challenges (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
CONSERVATION OF THE CRITICALLY ENDANGERED TONKIN SNUB-NOSED MONKEY (RHINOPITHECUS AVUNCULUS) IN VIETNAM
Quyet Khac Le*, Herbert H. Covert, Barth W. Wright
Fauna & Flora International Vietnam Programme, Viet Nam
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Odd-nosed monkeys: Evolution, behaviour and conservation (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
CONSERVATION OR DEVELOPMENT: THE DOUC LANGURS OF SON TRA NATURE RESERVE, VIETNAM
L.K. Lippold*1, T.N. Vu1
1Douc Langur Foundation, United States, 2Vietnam National University, Viet Nam
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Odd-nosed monkeys: Evolution, behaviour and conservation (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
CONSERVING ASIA’S LORISES: SLOW PROGRESS AND SLENDER CHANCE OF SUCCESS?
K.A.I. Nekaris*1, L. Bernede1, C.R. Starr2, J.S. Thorn1, U. Streicher3
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2University of Queensland, Australia, 3Wildlife Alliance, Care for Rescued Wildlife Programme, Cambodia
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Assessing the conservation status of the world's primates: Key issues and challenges (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
CONSUMPTION OF FUNGUS AND INVASIVE PLANTS BY EULEMUR ALBOCOLLARIS IN MANOMBO FOREST, SOUTHEASTERN MADAGASCAR
F.B. Ralainasolo*1, J.H. Ratsimbazafy2, N.J. Stevens3
1University of Antananarivo, Madagascar, 2Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, Madagascar, 3Ohio University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
CONTINENTAL DIFFERENCES IN HABITATS AMONG PRIMATE COMMUNITIES
K.E. Reed*, L.R. Bidner
Arizona State University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Defining habitat quality of primates: Implications for behavioural ecology and conservation (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
CONTRACEPTION FOR POPULATION CONTROL IN MACAQUES
K. Shimizu*1, S. Asaba2, Y. Takenoshita3
1Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan, 2Monkey Park Iwatayama, Japan, 3Chubu Gakuin University, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
CONTRIBUTION OF VARECIA RUBRA TO FOREST REGENERATION THROUGH SEED DISPERSAL IN A RAIN FOREST CORRIDOR, MASOALA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR
B.T. Martinez
University of Minnesota, Conservation Biology Program, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
CONTRIBUTION TO HABITAT ANALYSIS PREFERRED BY THE RED-TAILED-MONKEY (CERCOPITHECUS ASCANIUS SCHMIDTITI)
Rex Shabani Muhubiri
Tayna center for conservation biology, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
CONTRIBUTION TO THE STUDY OF DAILY ACTIVITIES OF THE PENNANT’S RED COLOBUS (PILIOCOLOBUS PENNANTII) IN THE TAYNA GORILLA RESERVE-MAMBASSA IN RDC
Christian Riziki Kabwe
Tayna center for conservation biology, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
COOPERATION AND ALLOPARENTAL CARE IN THE GREY MOUSE LEMUR (MICROCEBUS MURINUS): THE COSTS AND BENEFITS OF BABYSITTING AND BEYOND
J.S. Gilchrist*1, M. Eberle2, P.M. Kappeler2
1School of Life Sciences, Napier University, United Kingdom, 2Department of Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, German Primate Centre, Germany, 3Department of Sociobiology and Anthropology, University of Gottingen, Germany
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Parenting and development: Mothers  -  13:30-15:30
COOPERATION BETWEEN MEMBERS OF TWO ARTIFICIALLY FORMED TRADER CLASSES IN FREE-RANGING VERVET MONKEYS
R. Pansini*1, R. Noe1
1Ethologie des Primates DEPE (IPHC CNRS UMR 7178), Université Louis-Pasteur, France, 2ABEERU, University of South Africa, South Africa
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Social markets  -  16:00-18:00
COOPERATION IN CARNIVORES: IMPLICATIONS FOR PRIMATE COOPERATION STUDIES SNOWDON
C.M. Drea
Duke University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Cooperation, reciprocity and response to inequity (part I)  -  10:30-12:30
COOPERATION, RECIPROCITY AND RESPONSES TO INEQUITY: SYNTHESIS AND CONCLUSIONS
C.T. Snowdon
University of Wisconsin, Madison, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Cooperation, reciprocity and response to inequity (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
COOPERATIVE BREEDING AND ALLOCARE: A CERCOPITHECINE PERSPECTIVE
J.L. Chism
Winthrop University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Cooperative breeding in primates: Expanding our perspectives on taxonomic distribution and mechanisms (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
COPING WITH HABITAT FRAGMENTATION: FLOWERS AS AN ALTERNATIVE RESOURCE FOR BEARDED SAKIS (CHIROPOTES SPP.)
L.M. Veiga*1, S.F. Ferrari2
1Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi, Brazil, 2Federal University of Sergipe, Brazil
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Responses of primates to habitat alteration (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
COPROPHAGY IN SAVANNA CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES VERUS) AT FONGOLI, SOUTH-EASTERN SENEGAL
P. Bertolani*1, J.D. Pruetz2
1University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2Iowa State University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
COPYING FIDELITY IN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)
M. Dindo*, A. Whiten
School of Psychology, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Capuchin cognition  -  10:00-12:20
CORTICAL DEVELOPMENT IN BROWN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS: A STRUCTURAL MRI STUDY
K.A. PHILLIPS*1, C.C. SHERWOOD2
1Hiram College, United States, 2The George Washington University, United States
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Learning and perception  -  10:00-12:20
CORTISOL RESPONSE IN PIGTAILED MACAQUE (MACCACA NEMESTRINA) INFANTS TO WEANING AND SEPARATION FROM THE MOTHER
H.E. Carlsson*1, A. Zagon1, Y. Paramastri3, J. Pamungkas3, J. Hau2
1Division of Comparative Medicine, Department of Neuroscience, Uppsala University, Sweden, 2Department of Experimental Medicine, University of Copenhagen and State Hospital, Panum Institute, Denmark, 3Primate Research Centre, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Parenting and development: Mothers  -  13:30-15:30
COUNTING SULAWESI CRESTED BLACK MACAQUES WON’T SAVE THEM FROM EXTINCTION, HOPEFULLY REDUCING THREATS TO THEIR SURVIVAL WILL.
V.A. Melfi
Whitley Wildlife Conservation Trust, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation method and monitoring  -  16:00-18:00
CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE CAMP AND PHVA WORKSHOPS AS INSTRUMENTS FOR NEOTROPICAL PRIMATE CONSERVATION
E. Rodriguez-Luna*, L. Cortes-Ortiz, A. Shedden, B. Solorzano-Garcia
Centro de Investigaciones Tropicales, Mexico
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Human context of conservation  -  10:30-12:30
CROSS RIVER GORILLA (GORILLA GORILLA DIEHLI) PROTECTION MEASURES AT KAGWENE MOUNTAIN, CAMEROON
H. Mboh*1, J.L. Sunderland-Groves2
1Ministry of Environment and Nature Protection, Cameroon, 2CIFOR, Indonesia
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
CULTURE OF RHESUS MONKEY OVARIAN FRAGMENTS WITH 2,3,7,8-TETRACHLORODIBENZO-P-DIOXIN: EFFECTS ON FOLLICLE NUMBER AND SIZE
Nazima Shahnoor*1, Lisa K. Conley1, Kimberly Broomfield2, Ling Zhong2, Sarah Newburg1, Julia Kluever1, Reinhold Hutz1
1University of Wisconsin, United States, 2Milwaukee Area Technical College, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
CURRENT STATUS OF THE GOLDEN LANGUR, TRACHYPITHECUS GEEI, IN CHAKRASHILA WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, ASSAM, INDIA
Rekha Medhi (Chetry)*1, Dilip Chetry1, Kumud Ghosh1
1J.N.College, India, 2Gibbon Conservation Centre, Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary, India
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Demography, life history & populations: Groups and populations of colobines  -  13:30-15:30
DAILY CLINICAL OBSERVATIONS AND HEALTH MONITORING OF HABITUATED MOUNTAIN GORILLAS (GORILLA BERINGEI BERINGEI) IN UGANDA
B.J. Ssebide*1, J.B. Nizeyi1, M. Ocaido2, M.R. Cranfield3, L. Gaffikin4
1Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project, Uganda, 2Wildlife and Animal Resources Management Department, Makerere University, Uganda, 3Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project, Inc, United States, 4John Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
DEFINING SOCIAL COMPLEXITY IN PRIMATES: A ROLE FOR INDIRECT RELATIONSHIPS
J. Lehmann*1, R.I.M. Dunbar2
1Roehampton University, United Kingdom, 2Institute of Cognitive & Evolutionary Anthropology, Oxford University, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Play & social brains  -  13:30-15:30
DEIXIS AND DECLARATIVE COMMUNICATION AMONG APES
D.A. Leavens*1, W.D. Hopkins2, J.P. Taglialatela2, J.L. Russell2
1University of Sussex, United Kingdom, 2Yerkes National Primate Research Center, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Gestural communication and the question of language origin  -  10:00-12:20
DEMOGRAPHIC, REPRODUCTIVE AND BEHAVIOURAL RESPONSES OF LION-TAILED MACAQUES TO ALTERED HABITATS IN THE WESTERN GHATS, INDIA
Mridula Singh*1, Mewa Singh1, Werner Kaumanns1
1Maharaja's College, University of Mysore, India, 2Department of Psychology, University of Mysore, India, 3Cologne Zoo, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Responses of primates to habitat alteration (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
DEMOGRAPHICS AND BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY OF A FOREST FRAGMENT POPULATION OF CHIMPANZEES
J. Wallis*1, A. Wallace2
1American University of Nigeria, Nigeria, 2Kasokwa Forest Project, Uganda
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
DEMOGRAPHY, ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION STATUS OF THE KIPUNJI RUNGWECEBUS KIPUNJI IN SOUTHERN TANZANIA
T.R.B. Davenport1, C.E. Bracebridge*2, D.W. De Luca1, N.E. Mpunga1, S Marsden2
1Wildlife Conservation Society, Tanzania, United Republic of, 2Manchester Metropolitan University, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
DENSITY OF THE SAHAMALAZA SPORTIVE LEMUR (LEPILEMUR SAHAMALAZENSIS) IN FOREST FRAGMENTS WITH DIFFERENT DEGREES OF DEGRADATION
F.S. Ruperti*1, F.P.M. Rabenandrasana2, S. Renaudeneau3, S.K. Bearder4, N. Schwitzer5, C. Schwitzer6
1Monkeyland Primate Sanctuary, South Africa, 2Departement de Biologie Animale, Universite d'Antananarivo, Madagascar, 3Laboratoire de Neurobiologie de la Cognition, Universite de la Provence, France, 4Nocturnal Primate Research Group, Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 5Association Europeenne pour l'Etude et la Conservation des Lemuriens (AEECL), France, 6Bristol Zoo Gardens, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Responses of primates to habitat alteration (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
DENSITY, BIRTH SEASONALITY AND INFANT MORTALITY IN GOLDEN-HEADED LION TAMARINS (LEONTOPITHECUS CHRYSOMELAS) INHABITING A SEMI-DECIDUOUS FOREST FRAGMENT IN BAHIA, BRAZIL
C.E. Guidorizzi*1, M.C.M. Kierulff2, M.R. Alvarez1
1UESC - Universidade Estadual de Santa Cruz, Brazil, 2Parque Zoológico de São Paulo, Brazil
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
DETECTING EVIDENCE FOR SOCIAL LEARNING IN DEVELOPMENTAL DATA: A DOLPHIN EXAMPLE
B.L. Sargeant*, J. Mann
Georgetown University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Identifying social learning in the wild: Implications for culture (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
DETECTING FOOD OVER THE 24-HOUR CYCLE: DO CATHEMERAL LEMURS USE DIFFERENT CUES AT DIFFERENT LIGHT CONDITIONS?
G. Donati*1, A. Bollen2, K.A.I. Nekaris1, S.K. Bearder1
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2UNEP ROAP, Thailand
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ecology of vision: Colour and light  -  16:00-18:00
DETERMINANTS OF GROUP SIZE IN COLOBUS VELLEROSUS AT BOABENG-FIEMA, GHANA: A TEST OF THE ECOLOGICAL-CONSTRAINTS MODEL
J.A. Teichroeb*, P. Sicotte
University of Calgary, Canada
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Demography, life history & populations: Groups and populations of colobines  -  13:30-15:30
DETERMINING THE HABITAT FEATURES ASSOCIATED WITH THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE BLACK HOWLER MONKEY WITHIN BELIZE, CENTRAL AMERICA
T.S. Steffens*, M.S.M. Pavelka
University of Calgary, Canada
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
DEVELOPING NEW CENSUS TECHNIQUES TO ESTIMATE THE COTTON-TOP TAMARIN (SAGUINUS OEDIPUS) POPULATION IN COLOMBIA
A. Savage*1, L. Thomas2, K. Leighty1, L. Soto3, J. Causado3, F. Medina3
1Disney’s Animal Kingdom, United States, 2CREEM, University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom, 3Fundación Proyecto Tití, Colombia
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Assessing the conservation status of the world's primates: Key issues and challenges (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
DEVELOPING OPTIMAL MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES FOR BREEDING COLONIES OF RHESUS MACAQUES
Bruce Bernacky
UTMDACC, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Inconvenience to asset: Transforming nonhuman primate problems into resources  -  10:00-12:20
DEVELOPMENT OF NUT-CRACKING BEHAVIOR IN TUFTED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA) AND COMPARISON WITH CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)
B. Resende*1, D.M. Fragaszy1
1University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2University of Georgia, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Comparing percussive tool use in chimpanzees and capuchins (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
DEVELOPMENT OF THE PREFRONTAL AREA IN CHIMPANZEES
Tomoko Sakai*, Akichika Mikami, Tsuyoshi Nishimura, Hiroshi Toyoda, Takako Miwa, Mie Matsui, Masayuki Tanaka, Masaki Tomonaga, Tetsuro Matsuzawa, Juri Suzuki, Kato Akino, Kiyoaki Matsubayashi, Syunji Goto, Takako Miyabe
Primate Research Institution, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
DEVELOPMENTAL PROCESS OF GROOMING HAND-CLASP BY CHIMPANZEES OF THE MAHALE MOUNTAINS, TANZANIA
M. Nakamura*1, T. Nishida2
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2Japan Monkey Centre, Japan
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Social learning and traditions  -  10:00-12:20
DID MATERNAL PLASMA PCBS CONTAMINATIONS AFFECT HER OFFSPRING'S BEHAVIOR IN CYNOMOLGUS MONKEYS (MACACA FASCICULARIS)?
Akiko Nakagami*1, Takayuki Negishi2, Katsuyoshi Kawasaki3, Yoichiro Kuroda1, Yasuhiro Yoshikawa1, Takamasa Koyama1
1Japan Women's University, Japan, 2Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan, 3Hoshi University, Japan, 4Tokyo Metropolitan Institute for Neuroscience, Japan, 5Tokyo University, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
DIET AND BEHAVIOURAL ACTIVITY PATTERNS OF WILD CALLICEBUS NIGRIFRONS
G.P. Santos*, C.M.F. Morais, R.J. Young
PUC MInas, Brazil
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
DIET AND REPRODUCTIVE FUNCTION IN WILD OLIVE BABOONS (PAPIO HAMADRYAS ANUBIS) AT GASHAKA-GUMTI NATIONAL PARK, NIGERIA
J.P. Higham1, C. Ross*1, M. Heistermann2, A.M. MacLarnon1
1Roehampton University, United Kingdom, 2German Primate Centre, Germany
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Hormonal studies of social and reproductive behaviour  -  13:30-15:30
DIET OF CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES SCHWEINFURTHII) IN A DRY HABITAT: UGALLA, WESTERN TANZANIA
R.A. Hernandez-Aguilar
University of Southern California, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ape foraging  -  10:00-12:20
DIFFERENCES IN FRUIT IN THE DIET AMONG INDIVIDUALS IN THE WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLA (GORILLA G. GORILLA) GROUP AT MOUKALABA-DOUDOU NATIONAL PARK, GABON
I. Iwata*, C. Ando
Kyoto university, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
DIFFERENCES OF MORTALITY RATES AND CAUSES COMPARING TWO SYSTEMS OF REARING FOR OLIVE AND CHACMA BABOONS (P. H. ANUBIS AND P. H. URSINUS)
N. García, G. Ramis*, L. Martínez-Alarcon, F.J. Pallares, P. Ramírez, A. Muñoz
University of Murcia, Spain
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
DIFFERENTIAL SEED SIZE SELECTION BY OLIVE BABOONS (PAPIO ANUBIS) AND IMPLICATIONS FOR PLANT REGENERATION
B.K. Kunz*, K.E. Linsenmair
Theodor-Boveri Institute, University of Wuerzburg, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Foraging  -  16:00-18:00
DISCOVERY AND PROTECTION OF NEWLY IDENTIFIED BONOBO POPULATIONS: BONOBO SURVEYS, INFORMATION EXCHANGE AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF A LINKED CONSTELLATION OF COMMUNITY-BASED RESERVES
S. Coxe*1, N. Mwanza2, A. Almquist1, M. Hurley1, E. Lubala1, J.M. Benishay1, A. Lokasola3, A. Tusumba4, M. Mulavwa2, K. Yangozene2, M.S. Balemba2, B. Mupenda1
1Bonobo Conservation Initiative, United States, 2Centre de Recherche en Ecologie et Foresterie, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the, 3Vie Sauvage, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the, 4ACOPRIK, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
DISPERSAL AND REPRODUCTION IN REINTRODUCED WESTERN GORILLAS (GORILLA G. GORILLA)
T. King*, C. Chamberlan
The Aspinall Foundation, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Human interventions  -  13:30-15:30
DISPERSAL PATTERNS IN PITHECIINES: PRELIMINARY VIEWS AND PREDICTIONS
M.A. Norconk*1, L.M. Veiga2, A.A. Barnett3, M. Bowler4
1Kent State University, United States, 2Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi, Brazil, 3Roehampton University, United Kingdom, 4University of Kent, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Should I stay or should I go? Dispersal opportunities, individual decisions and consequences for wild primates (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
DIVERSITY OF STONE TOOL USE BY WILD CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS LIBIDINOSUS) IN SERRA DA CAPIVARA, BRAZIL
E.B. Ottoni*, M. Mannu
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Comparing percussive tool use in chimpanzees and capuchins (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
DIVISION OF INSULAR AND MAINLAND SOUTHEAST ASIAN SLOW LORISES BY CRANIOMETRIC ANALYSIS, AND THE DIVERSITY OF NYCTICEBUS COUCANG TAXA
S.D. Fam*, I. Maryanto, M. Shekelle
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
DO ADULT BONOBOS SHARE THE INTENTION TO PLAY?
E. Palagi
Museo di Storia Naturale e del Territorio, Università di Pisa, Italy
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Facial expression in primates: Measurement, meaning and function (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
DO BYSTANDERS AFFILIATE EACH OTHER AFTER A CONFLICT? A BEHAVIOURAL STUDY ON GELADA BABOONS (THEROPITHECUS GELADA)
G. Mancini*, M. Mignini, A. Leone, E. Palagi
Museo di Storia Naturale e del Territorio, via Roma, 79, Italy
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
DO CHIMPANZEES YAWN CONTAGIOUSLY IN RESPONSE TO 3D COMPUTER ANIMATIONS?
M.W. Campbell*, J.D. Carter, D. Proctor, F.B.M. de Waal
Living Links Center, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Facial expression in primates: Measurement, meaning and function (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
DO GORILLAS LEARN MOST OF THEIR GESTURES THROUGH ONTOGENETIC RITUALIZATION?
E. Genty*, R.W. Byrne
university of St Andrews, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Ape gestures  -  10:30-12:30
DO NON-HUMAN PRIMATE CELL LINES CONSTITUTE A REPLACEMENT FOR LIVE MONKEYS IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH?
C. Hallberg*1, J. Hau2, H.E. Carlsson1
1Division of Comperative Medicine, Department of Neuroscience, Uppsala University, Sweden, 2Department of Experimental Medicine, University of Copenhagen and State Hospital, Panum Institute, Denmark
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
DO OLIVE BABOONS MODIFY THEIR VOCALIZATIONS ACCORDING TO THEIR ENVIRONMENT?
E. Ey*, C. Rahn, K. Hammerschmidt, D. Zinner, J. Fischer
German Primate Center, Germany
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Vocalizations  -  10:00-12:20
DO PERIPHERAL FEEDING SPECIALIZATIONS EXTEND TO THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM IN NEW WORLD MONKEYS?
A.B. Taylor*1, C.J. Vinyard1, L.E. White1
1Duke University School of Medicine, United States, 2Northeastern Ohio Universities Colleges of Medicine, United States, 3Duke University School of Medicine, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - The evolution of exudativory in primates (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
DOES A CONDITIONING PROGRAM CHANGE THE BEHAVIOUR OF A CAPTIVE HAREM GROUP OF LOWLAND GORILLAS?
M.R. Hawkins
Zoological Parks Board of NSW, Australia
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Welfare & management: 3Rs  -  13:30-15:30
DOES COLOUR CHANGE SIGNAL THE TIMING OF OVULATION IN FEMALE RHESUS MACAQUES?
L.J.N. Brent*1, C. Dubuc2, A.K. Accamando3, A. Engelhardt4, M. Heistermann4, A. MacLarnon1, S. Semple1, M.S. Gerald3
1Centre for Research in Evolutionary Anthropology, Roehampton University, United Kingdom, 2Department of Anthropology, Université de Montréal, Canada, 3Caribbean Primate Research Center, University of Puerto Rico, United States, 4Department of Reproductive Biology, German Primate Centre, Germany
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Primate colouration: Measurement, mechanisms and function (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
DOES COLOUR VISION EXPLAIN VARIATION IN FORAGING BEHAVIOUR FOR WILD TITI MONKEYS (CALLICEBUS BRUNNEUS)?
J. A. Bunce*, L. A. Isbell
University of California, Davis, United States
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ecology of vision: Colour and light  -  16:00-18:00
DOES HABITAT FRAGMENTATION AND LOSS INFLUENCE PARASITE PREVALENCE AND RICHNESS DIFFERENTLY IN ARBOREAL AND TERRESTRIAL AFRICAN FOREST PRIMATES?
David N.M. Mbora*, Mark A. McPeek
Dartmouth College, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
DOMINANCE IN CHIMPANZEES: PERSONALITY, POSITION AND BEYOND
S.M.R. Schneider*, J.E. King
University of Arizona, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Dominance, paternity and kinship  -  10:00-12:20
DOMINANCE, ANDROGENS AND STRESS IN MALE ASSAMESE MACAQUES (MACACA ASSAMENSIS)
J. Ostner*1, M. Heistermann2, O. Schülke1
1Max Planck Insitute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2German Primate Center, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Sex and stress: Hormones  -  10:00-12:20
DUETTING IN A NOCTURNAL, DISPERSED PAIR-LIVING LEMUR (LEPILEMUR EDWARDSI)?
M.G. Méndez-Cárdenas*, E. Zimmermann
University of Veterinary Medicine, Germany
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Vocalizations  -  10:00-12:20
DYNAMICS OF THE SOCIAL PAIR BOND IN THE RÍO MAYO TITI MONKEY (CALLICEBUS OENANTHE) IN NORTHERN PERU
A.M. DeLuycker
Butler University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
ECOLOGICAL AND COGNITIVE CONSTRAINTS ON EARLY HOMINID SOCIALITY
R.I.M. Dunbar*1, C. Bettridge1
1University of Oxford, United Kingdom, 2University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The context for being human: Social behaviour of early hominins from the perspective of primate socioecology (part I)  -  10:30-12:30
ECOLOGICAL, DEMOGRAPHIC AND BEHAVIORAL ASPECTS OF NATAL DISPERSAL IN MONOGAMOUS OWL MONKEYS (AOTUS AZARAI) OF THE ARGENTINEAN CHACO. JACK AND ISBELL SYMPOSIUM
E. Fernandez-Duque*1, C. Juarez1
1University of Pennsylvania, United States, 2Cecoal-Conicet, Argentina
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Should I stay or should I go? Dispersal opportunities, individual decisions and consequences for wild primates (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
ECOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR OF PIGTAIL MACAQUES (MACACA NEMESTRINA LEONINA) IN THE KHAO YAI NATIONAL PARK (THAILAND)
M.C. HUYNEN*1, A. LATINNE1, G. BOTTIN1, T. SAVINI2
1University of Liege, Belgium, 2King Mongkut's University of technology Thonburi, Thailand
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Behavioural ecology  -  16:00-18:00
ECOLOGY AND BEHAVIOUR OF SNUB-NOSED MONKEYS (GENUS RHINOPITHECUS): A NEW SYNTHESIS
R.C. Kirkpatrick
TRAFFIC East Asia, Hong Kong
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Odd-nosed monkeys: Evolution, behaviour and conservation (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
EFFECT OF POSTURE ON HAND PREFERENCE DURING A TOOL USE TASK WITH CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)
S. Braccini*1, W.T. Fitch1, S. Lambeth2
1University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom, 2University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Research Center, United States
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Functional anatomy & paleobiology: Functional morphology  -  16:00-18:00
EFFECT ON LEMUR CATTA ALOPECIA OF REMOVING LEUCAENA LEUCOCEPHALA AT BERENTY RESERVE, MADAGASCAR: MANAGEMENT DECISIONS
Hajarimanitra Rambeloarivony*1, Alison Jolly2
1Berenty Private Reserve, Madagascar, 2Department of Biology and Environmental Science, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
EFFECTIVENESS OF CHROMATIC AND ACHROMATIC SIGNALS IN FRUIT FORAGING OF WILD SPIDER MONKEYS (ATELES GEOFFROYI)
C. Hiramatsu*1, A.D. Melin2, F. Aureli3, C.M. Schaffner4, M. Vorobyev5, S. Kawamura1
1The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2University of Calgary, Canada, 3Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, 4University of Chester, United Kingdom, 5University of Queensland, Australia
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ecology of vision: Colour and light  -  16:00-18:00
EFFECTS AND PREVALENCE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL TRAUMA IN CHIMPANZEES IN CAPTIVITY
H.R. Ferdowsian*1, L. Brent2, D.L. Durham3, G.A. Bradshaw4
1Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, United States, 2Chimp Haven, United States, 3People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, United States, 4Kerulos Centre, United States
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Welfare & management: Captive apes  -  16:00-18:00
EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON PRIMATE POPULATIONS: DEMOGRAPHIC AND SPECIES RANGE EFFECTS
J.A. Ahumada*, S. Andelman
Conservation International, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The effects of climate change on primate populations: A review of the mechanisms and theoretical predictions  -  13:30-15:30
EFFECTS OF EBOLA OUTBREAKS ON THE GORILLA POPULATION IN ODZALA KOUKOUA-NATIONAL PARK, NORTHWESTERN CONGO
R.P. Boundja*1, S. Blake1, R. Malonga1, E. Stokes1, F. Iyenguet1, D. Bourges2, P. Rouquet3, S. Ibata1
1Wildlife Conservation Society, Congo, 2Ministere de l'Economie Forestiere, Congo, 3Ecosystemes Forestiers d'Afrique Centrale (ECOFAC), Congo
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Ape conservation biology  -  10:00-12:20
EFFECTS OF FOLIVORY VERSUS FRUGIVORY ON RANGING IN BLACK HOWLERS
G.R. Bridgett*, M.S.M. Pavelka
University of Calgary, Canada
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ranging  -  10:00-12:20
EFFECTS OF FOOD AVAILABILITY ON TOOL USE OF WILD BEARDED CAPUCHIN MONKEY (CEBUS LIBIDINOSUS)
Noemi Spagnoletti*1, Patricia Izar3, Elisabetta Visalberghi2
1University La Sapienza, Italy, 2ISTC-CNR, Italy, 3USP, Brazil
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Comparing percussive tool use in chimpanzees and capuchins (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
EFFECTS OF HABITAT DEGRADATION ON THE BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND GROUPING PATTERNS OF BROWN SPIDER MONKEYS (ATELES HYBRIDUS) AT SERRANIA DE LAS QUINCHAS, COLOMBIA
A. Link*4, A.M. Aldana2, A.G. de Luna1, A.L. Morales-Jimenez3, P.R. Stevenson2
1Proyecto Primates Colombia, Colombia, 2Centro de Investigaciones Ecologica La Macarena, Universidad De Los Andes, Colombia, 3Fundacion Biodiversa Colombia, Colombia, 4New York University and NYCEP, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Responses of primates to habitat alteration (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
EFFECTS OF HABITAT DISTURBANCE ON RELATIVE DENSITIES OF BORNEAN AGILE GIBBONS (HYLOBATES ALBIBARBIS) IN THE PEAT-SWAMP FOREST OF SABANGAU, CENTRAL KALIMANTAN, INDONESIA
M. Hamard*1, V. Nijman1, S.M. Cheyne2
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation method and monitoring  -  16:00-18:00
EFFECTS OF POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT TRAINING TECHNIQUES ON STRESS AND AGGRESSION IN ZOO-HOUSED CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)
O.P. Pomerantz*, J.T. Terkel
Tel-Aviv University, Israel
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
EFFECTS OF YEARLY DIFFERENCES IN NUT-FRUITING ON FORAGING SUCCESS OF WILD JAPANESE MACAQUES THROUGH INTRA-TROOP COMPETITION
Yamato Tsuji*1, Seiki Takatsuki2
1Azabu University, Japan, 2Azabu University, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
ENHANCED RECOGNITION OF EMOTIONAL STIMULI IN THE CHIMPANZEE (PAN TROGLODYTES)
Fumihiro Kano*, Masayuki Tanaka, Masaki Tomonaga
Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
ENHANCING WELFARE IN CAPTIVITY: PROVIDING PRIMATES WITH CHOICE
C. McCann*1, E. Metzger1, V. Melfi2, N. Magee2, M. Bloomsmith3
1Wildlife Conservation Society/Bronx Zoo, United States, 2Whitley Wildlife Conservation Society, Paignton Zoo Environmental Park, United Kingdom, 3Yerekes National Primate Research Center, Emory University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Application of the IPS Captive Care Guidelines for Primates: Principles in practice  -  13:30-15:30
ENSO-INFLUENCED DEMOGRAPHIC AND GENETIC CHANGES IN WEDGE-CAPPED CAPUCHINS
X. Valderrama*1, J. Robinson3, M. Cane2, A. Giannini2, D. Melnick2
1Ramapo College of New Jersey, United States, 2Columbia University, United States, 3Wildlife Conservation Society, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The effects of climate change on primate populations: A review of the mechanisms and theoretical predictions  -  13:30-15:30
ESTABLISHMENT OF AN ELISA SYSTEM FOR THE DETECTION OF CYNOMOLGUS MONKEYS (MACACA FASCICULARIS) AUTO-ANTIBODIES AGAINST CALRETICULIN
A. Higashino*, H. Shibata, K. Terao
National Institute of Biomedical Innovation, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
ESTABLISHMENT OF THE SANKURU NATURE RESERVE, THE LARGEST CONTINUOUS PROTECTED AREA FOR GREAT APES
A. Tusumba*1, M. Mulavwa2, E. Lubala3, M.S. Balemba2, K. Yangozene2, J.M. Benishay3
1Action Communautaire pour la Protection des Primates du Kasai, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the, 2Centre de Recherche en Ecologie et Foresterie, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the, 3Bonobo Conservation Initiative, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
ESTIMATING POPULATION DENSITY OF TITI MONKEYS (CALLICEBUS DISCOLOR) THROUGH PLAYBACK CALLS
A. Dacier*1, G. De Luna1, E. Fernandez-Duque2, A. Di Fiore1
1Department of Anthropology, New York University, United States, 2Department of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania, United States
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
ETHICAL ISSUES SURROUNDING THE USE OF GREAT APES IN INVASIVE RESEARCH
Michael Balls
FRAME, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - The use of great apes for invasive research: Science, policy, welfare, and current events  -  10:00-12:20
ETHNOPRIMATOLOGY: MOVING HUMAN-NONHUMAN PRIMATE RELATIONSHIPS FROM THE FRINGES TO THE CORE OF PRIMATOLOGY
A. Fuentes
University of Notre Dame, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Exploring human-nonhuman bonds in primatological research  -  10:30-12:30
ETHOGRAM OF PLAY BEHAVIOUR OF HANUMAN LANGURS: THE EVALUATION OF THE CHARACTER OF THE PATTERNS
Milada Petru*1, Marek Spinka2
1Charles University, Czech Republic, 2Institute of Animal Science, Czech Republic
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
EVALUATING COSTS AND BENEFITS OF LONG-TERM RESEARCH FOR CONSERVATION OF MOUNTAIN GORILLAS
N. Gerald Steklis*1, H.D. Steklis2
1The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International, United States, 2University of Arizona, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Interactions between long-term research and conservation  -  16:00-18:00
EVALUATING TOOLS FOR EBOLA CONTROL IN THE CONGO BASIN
K. Cameron*1, C. Sanz2, D. Morgan3, D. Morgan4, P. Reed1
1Field Veterinary Program, Wildlife Conservation Society, United States, 2Department of Primatology, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 3Lincoln Park Zoo, Lester E. Fisher Center for Conservation of Great Apes, United States, 4Wildlife Conservation Society – Congo Program, United States
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Ape conservation biology  -  10:00-12:20
EVALUATION OF CONIFER INNER BARK AS A FOOD OF JAPANESE MACAQUES
Miho Funakoshi*1, Kunio Watanabe1, Hideshi Ogawa2
1Primate research center in Kyoto university, Japan, 2Chukyo university, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
EVIDENCE FOR MALE CARETAKER ROLES IN CHACMA BABOONS AND THE RELATIONSHIP TO PATERNITY
L.R. Moscovice*1, M. Heesen2, A. Di Fiore3, R.M. Seyfarth1, D.L. Cheney1
1University of Pennsylvania, United States, 2Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 3New York University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
EVIDENCE FOR SPATIAL KNOWLEDGE ABOUT FOOD RESOURCE OF JAPANESE MACAQUES (MACACA FUSUCATA) IN TERMS OF TRAVELLING PATTERNS
M. Nishikawa
Kyoto University, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
EVOLUTION AND SUSTAINABILITY OF AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT IN NORTHERN SIBERUT.
Myrtille Lacoste*1, C. Deschamps1, T. Fauvel1, R. Figueras1, J-B. Marre1, Emily Martin1, Christophe Abegg2, Keith Hodges1
1French National Institute of Agronomy, France, 2German Primate Centre, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The Siberut Conservation Programme: Integrating field research and applied conservation (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
EVOLUTIONARY APPROACHES TO UNDERSTANDING HUMAN-PRIMATE INTERACTIONS: ECOTOURISM AND WHITE-FACED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS IN COSTA RICA
M.H.C. Schulte
Washington State University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Responses of primates to habitat alteration (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
EVOLUTIONARY DETERMINATES OF SOCIAL STRUCTURE IN MACAQUE TROOPS: A NEW ADAPTIVE UTILITY FOR LOW REPRODUCTION RATE?
H. Lehmann*1, J.J. Bryson2
1University of Bath, United Kingdom, 2Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research, Austria
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Social evolution & fission-fusion dynamics  -  13:30-15:30
EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY OF EXTANT LEMURS: EVIDENCE FOR ENERGETIC EQUIVALENCE OR PHYLOGENETIC NICHE CONSERVATION?
S.M. Lehman
University of Toronto, Canada
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Primate body size: A multiple-level perspective  -  10:00-12:20
EVOLUTIONARY MORPHOLOGY OF TREE-GOUGING IN MARMOSETS
C.J. Vinyard*1, C.E. Wall2, S.H. Williams3, L.C. de Oliveira Melo4, M.M. Valenca-Montenegro5, Y.B.M. Valle6, M.A.O. Monteiro da Cruz7, P.W. Lucas8, A.B. Taylor9, W.L. Hylander2
1NEOUCOM, United States, 2Duke University, United States, 3Ohio University, United States, 4Universidade Federal de Paraiba, Brazil, 5IBAMA, Brazil, 6Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil, 7Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, Brazil, 8George Washington University, United States, 9Duke University Medical Center, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - The evolution of exudativory in primates (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
EVOLVING LIFE HISTORY TRAITS: THE INFLUENCE OF ENVIRONMENT AND NUTRITION ON THREE POPULATIONS OF JAPANESE MACAQUE (MACACA FUSCATA)
A.C. Chalmers*1, K. Shimizu2, J. Yamagiwa1
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2Kyoto University, Japan
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Demography, life history and populations: Life history  -  13:30-15:30
EXAMINING THE EFFICACY OF CHIMPANZEE RESEARCH AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO COMBATING HUMAN DISEASES
J. Bailey
NEAVS/Project R&R: Release & Restitution for Chimpanzees in US Laboratories, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - The use of great apes for invasive research: Science, policy, welfare, and current events  -  10:00-12:20
EXPERIMENTAL AND COMPUTATIONAL STUDIES OF BIPEDAL LOCOMOTION IN THE BIPEDALLY-TRAINED JAPANESE MONKEY
N. Ogihara*1, E. Hirasaki2, M. Nakatsukasa1
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2Osaka University, Japan
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Studying primate locomotion: Linking in situ and ex situ research (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
EXPERIMENTAL APPROACHES TO STUDYING PRIMATE-PREDATOR INTERACTIONS: FROM RISK TO ALARM
C.H. Janson*1, S.M. Karpanty2, B.C. Wheeler3
1University of Montana, United States, 2Virgina Tech, United States, 3Stony Brook University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Emerging methods in field primatology  -  10:00-12:20
EXPERIMENTAL MODELS FOR TESTING HYPOTHESES ABOUT CUMULATIVE CULTURAL EVOLUTION
C.A. Caldwell*, A.E. Millen
University of Stirling, United Kingdom
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Comparative cognition  -  10:00-12:20
EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON RECIPROCAL COOPERATION IN CHIMPANZEES
S. Yamamoto*, M. Tanaka
Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Cooperation, reciprocity and response to inequity (part I)  -  10:30-12:30
EXPERIMENTAL TESTING OF THREE MODELS OF THE EVOLUTION OF FEMALE BEHAVIOUR IN A GROUP OF COMMENSAL BONNET MACAQUES (MACACA RADIATA) IN MYSORE, INDIA
S.R. McLaughlin-Chacko
University of California, San Diego, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Field experiments: The challenges and benefits of using experimental methods in field research (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
EXPLAINING FEMALE DISPERSAL IN A FEMALE-PHILOPATRIC SPECIES (CEBUS CAPUCINUS)
K.M. Jack*1, L.M. Fedigan2
1Tulane Univeristy, United States, 2University of Calgary, Canada
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Should I stay or should I go? Dispersal opportunities, individual decisions and consequences for wild primates (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
EXPORT OF WILD-CAUGHT LONG-TAILED MACAQUES FROM SOUTHEAST ASIA
I.C. Twigg*, V. Nijman
Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Mitigating threats and trade  -  16:00-18:00
EX-SITU CAPTIVE BREEDING OF JAVAN GIBBON (HYLOBATES MOLOCH) AT THE PRIMATE RESEARCH CENTER OF BOGOR AGRICULTUTAL UNIVERSITY (PSSP-IPB), BOGOR, INDONESIA
J. Pamungkas1, Y.A. Paramastri1, P. Permanawati1, E. Iskandar*1, D. Sajuthi2, I.N. Budiarsa1, J. Manansang3
1Primate Research Center of Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia, 2Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia, 3Indonesia Safari Park (Taman Safari Indonesia), Indonesia
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
EXUDATE PRODUCTION AND THE ECOLOGY OF EXUDATE FEEDING IN SAGUINUS AND CALLIMICO
P.A. Garber*1, L.M. Porter2
1University of Illinois, United States, 2Northern Illinois University, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - The evolution of exudativory in primates (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
EXUDATIVORY AMONG EARLY PRIMATES: REAL, IMAGINED OR RARE
A.L. Rosenberger
Brooklyn College, CUNY, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - The evolution of exudativory in primates (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
EXUDATIVORY IN GALAGOS: MAYBE IT’S NOT THE TOOTHCOMB THAT COUNTS
A.M. Burrows*1, L.T. Nash2
1Duquesne University, United States, 2Arizona State University, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - The evolution of exudativory in primates (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
EXUDATIVORY IN PRIMATES: WHAT, WHY, AND WHEN
A.C. Smith
Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - The evolution of exudativory in primates (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
FACE RECOGNITION IN INFANT RHESUS MACAQUES
A. Paukner*1, P.F. Ferrari2, S.J. Suomi1
1NIH/NICHD/LCE, United States, 2Università degli Studi di Parma, Italy
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Social cognitive development in monkeys, apes and humans (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
FACIAL COLOURATION IN LEMURS: A CONDITION-DEPENDENT SIGNAL?
D. Clough*1, M. Heistermann2, P.M. Kappeler1
1Abt. Verhaltensökologie & Soziobiologie, Deutsches Primatenzentrum, Germany, 2Abt. Reproduktionsbiologie, Deutsches Primatenzentrum, Germany
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Primate colouration: Measurement, mechanisms and function (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
FACIAL DISPLAYS IN TWO CAPUCHIN SPECIES: CEBUS CAPUCINUS AND CEBUS APELLA
A. De Marco*3, O. Petit3, E. Visalberghi2
1Istituto di Scienze e Tecnologie della Cognizione, CNR, Italy, 2Parco Faunistico Piano dell’Abatino, Italy, 3Département Ecologie, Physiologie et Ethologie, CNRS-ULP, France
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Facial expression in primates: Measurement, meaning and function (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
FACIAL EXPRESSION AND SOCIAL ORGANIZATION IN MACACA: A PHYLOGENETIC COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS
S.D. Dobson
Dartmouth College, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Facial expression in primates: Measurement, meaning and function (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
FACIAL EXPRESSION CATEGORIZATION BY CHIMPANZEES USING STANDARDIZED STIMULI
Lisa Parr*1, Matthew Heintz2
1Yerkes National Primate Research Center, United States, 2University of Chicago, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Facial expression in primates: Measurement, meaning and function (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
FACILITATING CROSS DISCIPLINARY COMMUNICATION IN SCIENTIFIC STUDIES INVOLVING NON-HUMAN PRIMATES
Leah Scott*1, Suzette Tardif2
1DSTL, United Kingdom, 2University of Texas Health Science Center, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - How interdisciplinary exchange advances our understanding of marmosets: Examples from the European Marmoset Research group (EMRG) and the Marmoset Research Group of the Americas (MaRGA)  -  16:00-18:00
FACTORS AFFECTING SUCCESS IN THE USE OF HAMMERS AND ANVILS TO CRACK OPEN NUTS IN WILD BEARDED CAPUCHINS
E. Visalberghi*1, N. Spagnoletti2
1Istituto di Scienze e Tecnologie della Cognizione (CNR), Italy, 2Dipartimento di Biologia Animale e dell’Uomo, Università di Roma “La Sapienza”, Italy
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Comparing percussive tool use in chimpanzees and capuchins (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
FACTORS INFLUENCING DISPERSAL IN MALE MOUNTAIN GORILLAS (GORILLA BERINGEI BERINGEI) IN THE VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK, RWANDA
T. Ngaboyamahina*1, T.S. Stoinski1, F. Ndagijimana1, V. Vecellio1, K.A. Fawcett1
1Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International, Rwanda, 2Zoo Atlanta, United States
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
FACTORS INFLUENCING POPULATIONS OF ENTODINIMORPH CILIATES IN WILD AND CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES
Klara Petrzelkova*1, David Modry2, Katerina Pomajbikova2, Ilona Profousova2, Jiri Kamler1, Katerina Schovancova4, Janova Eva1
1Institute of Vertebrate Biology AS CR, Czech Republic, 2Dept. of Parasitology, University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Czech Republic, 3Biology Center, Institute of Parasitology, AS CR, Czech Republic, 4Dept. of Zoology and Ecology, Masaryk University, Czech Republic
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Health & Disease  -  13:30-15:30
FACTORS INFLUENCING THE DISTRIBUTION OF URBAN MARMOSETS
R.J. Young*, A.P. Fróes, C.G. Torquetti, B. Teixeira, S.A. Talamoni
PUC MInas, Brazil
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Human interventions  -  13:30-15:30
FALSE ALARM!: DO TUFTED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA) USE ANTI-PREDATOR CALLS TO USURP RESOURCES FROM CONSPECIFICS?
B.C. Wheeler
Stony Brook University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Decisions  -  10:00-12:20
FEEDING ECOLOGY OF ORANG-UTANS IN SABANGAU, INDONESIAN BORNEO: FOOD SELECTION AND THE INFLUENCE OF ENERGY INTAKE ON ACTIVITY PROFILES
M.E. Harrison*, H. Morrogh-Bernard
Wildlife Research Group, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ape foraging  -  10:00-12:20
FEEDING ECOLOGY OF THE TONKIN SNUB-NOSED MONKEY (RHINOPITHECUS AVUNCULUS) IN KHAU CA
H.T. DONG
Forestry University of Vietnam, Viet Nam
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Odd-nosed monkeys: Evolution, behaviour and conservation (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
FEEDING ECOLOGY, FOOD CHOICE AND DIET CHARACTERISTICS OF GIBBONS IN A DISTURBED PEAT-SWAMP FOREST, INDONESIA
Susan Cheyne1
1University of Oxford, United Kingdom, 2Centre for the International Mangement and Cooperation of Tropical Peatlands, Indonesia
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Feeding ecology  -  16:00-18:00
FEMALE DOMINANCE OVER MALE PRIMATES: SELF-ORGANISATION AND SEXUAL DIMORPHISM
C.K. Hemelrijk*, J. Wantia, K. Isler
Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Studies, Netherlands
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
FEMALE FEEDING BEHAVIOR AND NUTRIENT INTAKE IN SPINY FOREST-DWELLING LEMUR CATTA DURING LATE GESTATION/EARLY LACTATION PERIOD: COMPENSATING IN A HARSH ENVIRONMENT
L. Gould*1, M. Power2, H. Rambeloarivony3
1University of Victoria, Canada, 2National Zoo Nutrition Lab, United States, 3University of Antananarivo, Madagascar
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation and ecology in Madagascar  -  10:00-12:20
FEMALE MATING STRATEGIES IN WILD ASSAMESE MACAQUES (MACACA ASSAMENSIS)
I. Fürtbauer*1, M. Heistermann2, O. Schülke1, J. Ostner1
1Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2German Primate Center, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Female sexual strategies  -  10:30-12:30
FEMALE SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS OF WILD TOOL-USER CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS LIBIDINOSUS)
Michele Verderane*, Patrícia Izar
Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
FEMALES GO WHERE THE FOOD IS…DOES THE SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL MODEL EXPLAIN VARIATION IN SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF SOLITARY FORAGERS?
M. Dammhahn*, P.M. Kappeler
German Primate Center, Germany
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Decisions  -  10:00-12:20
FENCE-ROWS AS BIOLOGICAL CORRIDORS: AN IMPORTANT TOOL FOR PRIMATE CONSERVATION IN THE COLOMBIAN LLANOS
X. Carretero-Pinzón*1, T.R. Defler2, M. Ruiz-García1
1Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Colombia, 2Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Human context of conservation  -  10:30-12:30
FERAL PRIMATES FUNDING CONSERVATION
N. Padayatchy*, M-A. Griffiths, O. Griffiths
Bioculture (Mauritius) Ltd, Mauritius
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Inconvenience to asset: Transforming nonhuman primate problems into resources  -  10:00-12:20
FERTILITY OF OLDER FEMALE CYNOMOLGUS MONKEYS COMPARED WITH YOUNGER MONKEYS
N. Shimozawa*1, M. Hatori2, T. Sankai1
1Tsukuba Primate Research Center, National Institute of Biomedical Innovation, Japan, 2Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
FIELD AND EXPERIMENTAL APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF LOCOMOTOR ONTOGENY IN PROPITHECUS VERREAUXI.
R.E. Wunderlich*1, R.R. Lawler2, A.E. Williams1
1James Madison University, United States, 2Boston University, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Studying primate locomotion: Linking in situ and ex situ research (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
FIELD EXPERIMENTS ABOUT HAMMER CHOICE IN TAI CHIMPANZEES
Christophe Boesch*1, Claudia Steiner1
1Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Comparing percussive tool use in chimpanzees and capuchins (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
FIELD EXPERIMENTS OF AN EXTRACTIVE PROCESSING TASK IN WILD WHITE-FRONTED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS ALBIFRONS)
L.J. Matthews1
1New York University, United States, 2New York Consortium in Evolutionary Primatology, United States, 3National Institutes of Health, Laboratory of Comparative Ethology, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Field experiments: The challenges and benefits of using experimental methods in field research (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
FIG FORAGING BY WHITE-FACED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS IN COSTA RICA: CONSIDERING POLYMORPHIC COLOR VISION
A.D. Melin*1, L.M. Fedigan1, S. Kawamura2, C. Hiramatsu2
1University of Calgary, Canada, 2University of Tokyo, Japan
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Primate colouration: Measurement, mechanisms and function (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
FINDINGS ON DRILL (MANDRILLUS LEUCOPHAEUS) ECOLOGY AND STATUS IN KORUP NATIONAL PARK, SOUTHWEST CAMEROON: IMPLICATIONS FOR CONSERVATION
C. Astaras*, M. Waltert
Centre for Nature Conservation, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Bushmeat and conservation outlooks  -  10:00-12:20
FINGER LENGTH RATIOS (2D:4D) AND EARLY PROGRAMMING OF COMPETITIVE TRAITS IN ANTHROPOIDS
E.C. Nelson*1, S. Shultz1, R.I.M. Dunbar2
1University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, 2Univeristy of Oxford, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
FIRST FIELD STUDY OF THE SALONGO MONKEY (CERCOPITHECUS DRYAS), KOKOLOPORI BONOBO RESERVE, DRC
A. Lokasola
Vie Sauvage, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
FISSION-FUSION DYNAMICS AND INHIBITORY SKILLS IN MONKEYS AND APES
F. Amici*1, J. Call2, F. Aureli1
1Research Centre in Evolutionary Anthropology and Palaeoecology, School of Biological and Earth Sciences. Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, 2Department of Developmental and Comparative Psychology, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 3Unit of Cognitive Primatology and Primate Center, Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies. CNR., Italy, 4Research Group Behavioural Biology, Utrecht University, Netherlands
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Social evolution & fission-fusion dynamics  -  13:30-15:30
FISSION-FUSION SOCIALITY IN SOUTHERN MURIQUIS (BRACHYTELES ARACHNOIDES) IN THE CONTINUOUS ATLANTIC FOREST OF BRAZIL
R.C. Coles*1, M.G. Talebi2, P.C. Lee3
1Department of Biological Anthropology, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2Pró-Muriqui Association, Brazil, 3Department of Psychology, University of Stirling, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
FLOR DE CATEMACO: INTENSIVE USE AND HOWLER MONKEY (ALOUATTA PALLIATA) HABITAT MANTAINMENT
A. Shedden*, E. Rodríguez-Luna
Centro de Investigaciones Tropicales, Mexico
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Responses of primates to habitat alteration (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
FOOD AND MEDICINE: BONOBO AND HUMAN PLANT CONSUMPTION AT LUI KOTALE, DRC, WITH FOCUS ON PLANT ALKALOID CONTENT
G.K. Matchimba*1, N.I. Bondjengo1, B.I. Fruth2
1Institut Congolais pour la Conservation de la Nature, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the, 2Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
FOOD CALLS OF COMMON MARMOSETS, CALLITHRIX JACCHUS
L.E. Stewart, G. Kaplan, L.J. Rogers*
University of New England, Australia
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
FOOD SHARING, CO-FORAGING AND SCAFFOLDING IN WILD GOLDEN LION TAMARINS (LEONTOPITHECUS ROSALIA)
L. Rapaport
Clemson University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Cooperation, reciprocity and response to inequity (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
FOOD TRANSFER AND FEMALE LEVERAGE AMONG ORANG-UTANS AND OTHER PRIMATES
M.A. van Noordwijk*1, C.P. van Schaik1, S.S. Utami Atmoko2
1University of Zurich, Switzerland, 2Universitas Nasional, Indonesia
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Food and society  -  16:00-18:00
FOOD-SHARING EXPERIMENTS IN A CAPTIVE MULTI-MALE CHIMPANZEE GROUP
A.V. Jaeggi*, C.P. van Schaik
Anthropological Institute & Museum, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Food and society  -  16:00-18:00
FORAGING STRATEGIES OF EASTERN AND WESTERN GORILLAS: DIET AND SITE FIDELITY
J. Yamagiwa*, A.K. Basabose, Y. Iwata, C. Ando
Kyoto University, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ape foraging  -  10:00-12:20
FOREST EDGE EFFECTS ON THE BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY OF L’HOEST’S MONKEYS IN BWINDI IMPENETRABLE NATIONAL PARK (BINP) IN SOUTHWESTERN UGANDA
T. Ukizintambara*, B.A. Kaplin
Center for Tropical Ecology and Conservation, Antioch University New England, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Responses of primates to habitat alteration (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
FOREST FRAGMENTATION IN CENTRAL AMAZÔNIA AND ITS CONSEQUENCES FOR THE BROWN BEARDED SAKI, CHIROPOTES SATANAS CHIROPOTES
S.A. Boyle*1, A.T. Smith1, W. Spironello2
1Arizona State University, United States, 2Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas da Amazônia, Brazil
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Primate ecology and conservation: Lessons from central Amazonia  -  10:00-12:20
FOREST MANAGEMENT ON SIBERUT: CONSERVATION VERSUS CONCESSION
Rinekso Soekmadi*, Muhammad Agil
Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The Siberut Conservation Programme: Integrating field research and applied conservation (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
FOREST STRUCTURE PREFERENCES FOR THE TONKIN SNUB-NOSED MONKEY (RHINOPITHECUS AVUNCULUS) IN THE KHAU CA AREA, HA GIANG PROVINCE, NORTHERN VIETNAM
K.A. Wright*1, Le Khac Quyet1, H.H. Covert1, Nguyen Anh Duc1, Vu Anh Tai1
1Kansas City University of Medicine & Biosciences, United States, 2Fauna & Flora International Vietnam Conservation Programme, Viet Nam, 3University of Colorado, United States, 4Vietnam National University, Viet Nam
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered Papers - Odd-nosed monkeys 1  -  13:30-15:30
FORTY YEARS OF CHIMPANZEE RESEARCH AT MAHALE: TRADITIONS, CHANGES, AND FUTURE
Toshisada Nishida
Japan Monkey Centre, Japan
Thursday 7th August:  Forty years of chimpanzee research at Mahale: Traditions, changes, and future - Toshisada Nishida  -  08:30-09:30
FRAMING EFFECTS AND THE ENDOWMENT EFFECT IN CAPUCHINS
V.R. Lakshminarayanan*1, L.R. Santos2
1Yale University, United States, 2Harvard University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Cooperation, reciprocity and response to inequity (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
FROM JOY TO JOY: A STUDY ON THE OCCURRENCE OF EMOTIONAL CONTAGION FOR POSITIVE DISPLAYS IN INFANT AND JUVENILE GREAT APES
M. Davila Ross
Department of Psychology, University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Social cognitive development in monkeys, apes and humans (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
FROM RANGE EXCLUSIVITY TO COALITIONARY POWER: ECOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF SOCIAL ORGANIZATION IN HOMINOIDS
N.M. Malone*1, A. Fuentes2, F.J. White1, M.T. Waller1, A.K. Cobden3
1University of Oregon, United States, 2University of Notre Dame, United States, 3Emory University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The context for being human: Social behaviour of early hominins from the perspective of primate socioecology (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
FRUGIVORY AND FOOD SHARING IN BONOBOS AND CHIMPANZEES
G. Hohmann*, B. Fruth
Max-Planck-Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The context for being human: Social behaviour of early hominins from the perspective of primate socioecology (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
FRUGIVORY IN A LEAF MONKEY, SEMNOPITHECUS VETULUS NESTOR, LIVING IN HUMAN MODIFIED ENVIRONMENTS, SRI LANKA: IMPLICATIONS OF SEVERE HABITAT CHANGE
J.D.S. Dela
Open University, Sri Lanka
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Responses of primates to habitat alteration (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
FRUIT AVAILABILITY, EPISODIC MEMORY, AND PERIODIC RANGING BY WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLAS
A.F. Todd*1, C. Cipolletta1, M.R. Robbins1, P.D. Walsh1
1Max Plank Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2WWF-CAR, Central African Republic
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Defining habitat quality of primates: Implications for behavioural ecology and conservation (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
FRUIT DETECTION BY MARMOSETS: IS IT TRICHROMACY IMPORTANT?
D.M.A. Pessoa*1, E.S. Perini2, V.F. Pessoa2
1Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil, 2University of Brasilia, Brazil
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE PRIMATE SHOULDER AND THORAX
H. Preuschoft*1, B. Hohn1, H. Scherf2, M. Schmidt3, U. Witzel1
1Ruhr-Univesität Bochum,, Germany, 2MPI Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 3Special Zoology and Evolutionary Biology, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Functional anatomy & palaeobiology: Palaeobiology  -  13:30-15:30
FUNCTIONALLY REFERENTIAL SIGNALLING IN THE MATING CONTEXT: THE INFORMATION CONTENT OF FEMALE BARBARY MACAQUE COPULATION CALLS
Julia Fischer
German Primate Center, Germany
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Meaning and function of primate vocalisations and gestures: Monkeys and apes (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
GAIT AND KINEMATICS OF ARBOREAL QUADRUPEDAL WALK OF FREE-RANGING RED HOWLERS (ALOUATTA SENICULUS) IN FRENCH GUIANA
D. Youlatos*1, J.-P. Gasc2
1Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, School of Biology, Department of Zoology, Greece, 2Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Laboratoire d'Anatomie Comparee, USM 301 UMR 7179, France
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Studying primate locomotion: Linking in situ and ex situ research (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
GAMES THAT FORAGERS PLAY: HIMALAYAN LANGURS AND THE SOCIAL PREY MODEL
K. Sayers*1, M.A. Norconk1, N.L. Conklin-Brittain2
1Department of Anthropology and School of Biomedical Sciences, Kent State University, United States, 2Department of Anthropology, Peabody Museum, Harvard University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Games  -  13:30-15:30
GAZE BETWEEN NEW WORLD MONKEYS AND HUMANS
J.R. Anderson*1, Y. Hattori2, H. Kuwahata2, H. Kuroshima2, S. Vick1, K. Fujita2
1University of Stirling, United Kingdom, 2Kyoto University, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Expression  -  13:30-15:30
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN COMMON MARMOSET PREFRONTAL FUNCTION AND CHEMISTRY IN RESPONSE TO ECSTASY: FEMALES ARE SELECTIVELY VULNERABLE
Craig Ferris*1, Jerrold Meyer2, Josie Harder3
1Northeastern University , United States, 2University of Massachusetts, United States, 3University of Bradford, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - How interdisciplinary exchange advances our understanding of marmosets: Examples from the European Marmoset Research group (EMRG) and the Marmoset Research Group of the Americas (MaRGA)  -  16:00-18:00
GENERALIST OR SPECIALIST? BLUE-EYED BLACK LEMURS (EULEMUR MACACO FLAVIFRONS) IN A FRAGMENTED FOREST
N. Schwitzer1, C. Schwitzer*2
1Institute of Parasitology, Justus Liebig University, Germany, 2Bristol Zoo Gardens, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Responses of primates to habitat alteration (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
GENETIC ANALYSIS OF THE BILI APES
Leslie Knapp*, Boanna Owens, K. Ammann
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation Genetics  -  10:00-12:20
GENETIC AND MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF UNKNOWN INDOCHINESE RHESUS MACAQUES
Suchinda Malaivijitnond*1, Yuzuru Hamada2
1Primate Research Unit, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, 2Section of Morphology, Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation Genetics  -  10:00-12:20
GENETIC ESTIMATES OF MALE AND FEMALE DISPERSAL IN MULTIPLE POPULATIONS OF BORNEAN AND SUMATRAN ORANGUTANS (PONGO SPP.)
M. Krutzen*, N. Arora, A. Nater, C.P. van Schaik
Anthropological Institute and Museum, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Should I stay or should I go? Dispersal opportunities, individual decisions and consequences for wild primates (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
GENETIC STRUCTURE OF NORTH AMERICAN ZOO GORILLAS INFERRED FROM MICROSATELLITE MARKERS
A.M.N. Nsubuga*, J.H. Holzman, O.A.R. Ryder
Conservation and Research for Endangered Species, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation Genetics  -  10:00-12:20
GEOGRAPHIC VARIATION IN FUNCTIONALLY EQUIVALENT CALLS IN WILD ORANGUTANS
A.R. Lameira*1, M.E. Hardus1, A. Naso3, C.P. van Schaik3, S.A. Wich2
1Utrecht University, Netherlands, 2Great Ape Trust of Iowa, United States, 3Zurich University, Switzerland
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
GESTURAL COMMUNICATION IN EAST AFRICAN CHIMPANZEES OF BUDONGO FOREST, UGANDA
A.I. Roberts*, S.-J. Vick, H.M. Buchanan-Smith
University of Stirling, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
GESTURAL COMMUNICATION IN ORANGUTANS
R. Das*, H. Karpouzos, L. Adams, A. Russon
York University, Canada
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Ape gestures  -  10:30-12:30
GESTURAL REFERENCE
D.A. Leavens
University of Sussex, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Social cognitive development in monkeys, apes and humans (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
GESTURE USE BY CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES): THE EFFECT OF RANK
N.M. Scott*, S. Semple
Roehampton University, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Ape gestures  -  10:30-12:30
GIBBONS AND GREAT APES: SIMILARITY IN LIFE HISTORY, HAND MANIPULATION SKILLS AND REPRODUCTIVE STRATEGIES
U.H. Reichard*1, J.M. Prime1, C. Barelli2
1Southern Illinois University Carbondale, United States, 2German Primate Center, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Tool use and cognition  -  16:00-18:00
GIBRALTAR’S MACAQUES: SEROLOGICAL AND BEHAVIOURAL VARIABLES MAY COMBINE TO REDUCE THE RISK OF PRIMATE-TO-HUMAN INFECTIOUS AGENT TRANSMISSION
G. Engel*2, M. Pizarro3, E. Shaw4, J. Cortes4, A. Fuentes5, N. Lerche7, P. Barry7, D. Cohn6, L. Jones-Engel1
1University of Washington- NPRC, United States, 2Swedish Hospital, United States, 3Gibraltar Veterinary Clinic, Gibraltar, 4Gibraltar Ornithological and Natural History Society, Gibraltar, 5Notre Dame, United States, 6Albany Medical College, United States, 7University of California, Davis, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Health & disease: Primate zoonoses  -  16:00-18:00
GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS IN PRIMATE CONSERVATION BIOLOGY: FIELD TRAINING AND OUTREACH EDUCATION
R.C. Kyes*1, E. Iskandar2, J. Onibala3, M.K. Chalise4, J.-H. Li5, M.M. Feeroz6, N. Aggimarangsee7, P. Kakule8, J.C. Serio Silva9
1University of Washington, United States, 2Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia, 3Sam Ratulangi University, Indonesia, 4Tribhuvan University, Nepal, 5Anhui University, China, 6Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh, 7Chiang Mai University, Thailand, 8Tayna Center for Conservation Biology, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the, 9Instituto de Ecologia AC, Mexico
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
GOAL-DIRECTED MOVEMENTS OF BLACK CAPUCHIN MONKEYS, CEBUS NIGRITUS, IN ATLANTIC FOREST
Patricia Izar*, Andrea Presotto, Mariana Dutra Fogaça
University of São Paulo, Brazil
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Spatial cognition in nonhuman primates: New directions  -  10:00-12:20
GOUGING BEHAVIOUR OF WILD-CAUGHT SUMATRAN GREATER SLOW LORISES (NYCTICEBUS COUCANG) IN BANDAR LAMPUNG, INDONESIA
R. Collins*, K.A.I. Nekaris
Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Feeding ecology  -  16:00-18:00
GRANDMOTHERING IN CAPTIVE GALAGO SENEGALENSIS BRACCATUS
S.E. Kessler*, L.T. Nash
Arizona State University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Cooperative breeding in primates: Expanding our perspectives on taxonomic distribution and mechanisms (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
GREAT APE PERFORMANCE ON THE OBJECT-CHOICE TASK: HOW HUMAN-SMARTNESS MIGHT MAKE A DIFFERENCE
J.T. Byrnit
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), United States
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Comparative cognition  -  10:00-12:20
GREAT APES ATTRIBUTE DIFFERENT GOALS TO THE SAME ACTION DEPENDING ON THE SITUATIONAL CONTEXT
David Buttelmann*, Malinda Carpenter, Josep Call, Michael Tomasello
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
GREAT APES´ (PAN PANISCUS, PONGO PYGMAEUS AND GORILLA GORILLA) PERFORMANCE IN DISCRIMINATING WEIGHT AND COLOR
Cornelia Schrauf*1, Josep Call2, Bernhard Voelkl3
1Department for Neurobiology and Cognition Research, Austria, 2Max Planck Institut for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 3CNRS, Departement Ecologie, Physiologie & Ethologie, France
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
GROOMING ALLIES HELPS TO MANAGE RAISED FAECAL GLUCOCORTICOID LEVELS IN FEMALE BABOONS (PAPIO HAMADRYAS URSINUS)
Catherine Crockford*1, Roman M. Wittig2, Robert M. Seyfarth2, Dorothy L. Cheney2
1University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, 2University of Pennsylvania, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Hormonal studies of social and reproductive behaviour  -  13:30-15:30
GROOMING DISTRIBUTION AND RECIPROCITY BETWEEN FEMALE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES SCHWEINFURTHII) AT NGOGO, KIBALE NATIONAL PARK, UGANDA
M.L. Wakefield
Yale University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
GROOMING RECIPROCATION IN CEBUS APELLA
G. Schino*, F. Di Giuseppe, E. Visalberghi
Istituto di Scienze e Tecnologie della Cognizione, C.N.R., Italy
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Social markets  -  16:00-18:00
GROOMING RECIPROCITY AND RELATEDNESS IN FEMALE BLUE MONKEYS
E. Nikitopoulos*, M. Cords
Columbia University, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Grooming  -  13:30-15:30
GROOMING RECIPROCITY AND THE TIME-LAG BETWEEN GIVING AND RECEIVING IN WILD WEST AFRICAN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES VERUS)
C. Gomes*, C. Boesch
Max Planck Insitute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Social markets  -  16:00-18:00
GROUND-BASED LIGHT DETECTION AND RANGING (LIDAR): A RAPID MEANS FOR QUANTIFYING FOREST STRUCTURE
N.J. Dominy*1, G.G. Parker2
1University of California, Santa Cruz, United States, 2Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Defining habitat quality of primates: Implications for behavioural ecology and conservation (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
GROUP DECISION MAKING IN YELLOW BABOONS (PAPIO CYNOCEPHALUS): PATTERNS OF MOVEMENT AND THE POSITIONS OF INDIVIDUALS
G.W. Norton
Anglia Ruskin University, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Decisions  -  10:00-12:20
GROUP DIVISION AND REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE IN FEMALE OLIVE BABOONS AT GOMBE
D.A. Collins*, A. Sindimwo, J. Goodall
Jane Goodall Institute, Tanzania, Tanzania, United Republic of
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Demography, life history and populations: Reproductive biology  -  16:00-18:00
GROUPING PATTERNS AND SPATIAL CROWDING IN AN ALL-MALE GROUP OF CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES VERUS): IMPLICATION FOR THE STUDY OF SOCIALITY
Nerea Amezcua-Valmala*, M.Victoria Fernández-Lloreda, Fernando Colmenares
Departmento de Metodología de las Ciencias del Comportamiento. Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
GROWTH AND MATERNAL INVESTMENT IN HOMINID LIFE HISTORY EVOLUTION
Phyllis Lee
University of Stirling, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The context for being human: Social behaviour of early hominins from the perspective of primate socioecology (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
GRUNTING AND GROOMING IN WILD OLIVE BABOONS: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR LANGUAGE EVOLUTION?
R.A. Hoolahan*1, S.C. Strum2
1Uaso Ngiro Baboon Project, Kenya, 2University of California, San Diego, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
HABITAT AND POPULATION STATUS OF WHITE-COLLARED LEMURS (EULEMUR ALBOCOLLARIS) AT MANOMBO, MADAGASCAR: TEN YEARS OF RECOVERY AFTER CYCLONE GRETELLE
S.E. Johnson*1, C. Ingraldi1, F.B. Ralainasolo2, H.J. Ratsimbazafy2
1University of Calgary, Canada, 2Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, Madagascar
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation and ecology in Madagascar  -  10:00-12:20
HABITAT CHANGE AND THE ROLE OF BABOONS, HUMANS AND ELEPHANTS AS SEED DISPERSERS
S.C. Strum1, G.A. Stirling*2, P. Muchiri2, F.O. Molo2, J. King'aa1
1University of California, United States, 2Uaso Ngiro Baboon Project, Kenya
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
HABITAT CORRELATES OF PRIMATE ABUNDANCE: FINE-SCALE MODELING IN THE UDZUNGWA MOUNTAINS
F. Rovero*1, A.S. Mtui2, J.S. Msirikale2
1Museo Tridentino di Scienze Naturali, Italy, 2Udzungwa Ecological Monitoring Centre (Tanzania National Parks), Tanzania, United Republic of
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Defining habitat quality of primates: Implications for behavioural ecology and conservation (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
HABITAT DETERIORATION AND UNEXPECTED TROPHIC NICHE BROADENING: A CASE STUDY ON EGG-EATING BY BLACK-AND-GOLD HOWLER MONKEYS (ALOUATTA CARAYA)
J.C. Bicca-Marques*, C.B. Muhle, H.M. Prates, S.G. Oliveira, C. Calegaro-Marques
Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Responses of primates to habitat alteration (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
HABITUAL HOT SPRING BATHING BY A GROUP OF JAPANESE MACAQUES IN THEIR NATURAL HABITAT
Peng Zhang*1, Kunio Watanabe1, Eishi Tokida2
1Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan, 2Jigokudani Wild Monkey Park, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
HABITUATION AND CONSERVATION OF WESTERN GORILLAS IN MOUKALABA-DOUDOU NATIONAL PARK, GABON
C. Ando*, Y. Iwata, J. Yamagiwa
Kyoto University, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
HAEMATHOLOGICAL VALUES IN BABOONS COMPARING INDOOR AND OUTDOOR REARING SYSTEMS
L. Martínez-Alarcon*, G. Ramis, N. García, M. Majado, P. Ramírez, A Muñoz
University of Murcia, Spain
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
HAND PREFERENCE, REACTIVITY AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR IN CALLITHRIX JACCHUS
L.J. Rogers*, D.J. Gordon
University of New England, Australia
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Grooming  -  13:30-15:30
HARD LIFE: THE PREFERENCE OF SEVERAL INDOCHINESE LANGUR TAXA FOR KARST HABITATS
T. Nadler
Frankfurt Zoological Society / Endangered Primate Rescue Center, Viet Nam
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Defining habitat quality of primates: Implications for behavioural ecology and conservation (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
HARD-FRUITS AND BLACK WATERS: THE CONSERVATION ECOLOGY OF THE GOLDEN-BACKED UACARI, CACAJAO OUAKARY, AN EXTREME DIET- AND HABITAT-SPECIALIST
A.A. Barnett*1, B.M. Bezerra2, A. MacLarnon1, C. Ross1
1Roehampton University, United Kingdom, 2Bristol University, United Kingdom
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Primate ecology and conservation: Lessons from central Amazonia  -  10:00-12:20
HEAD-TILT AND UNIMANUAL HAND USE DURING FEEDING IN VARECIA VARIEGATA VARIEGATA
E.L. Nelson*1, F.S. Ruperti2, J.M. O'Karma1, M.A. Novak1
1University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States, 2Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
HELMINTHS PARASITIZING SUMATRAN ORANG-UTANS: A SURVEY AND NEW FINDINGS
Ivona Foitová*1, František Tenora2, Vlastimil Baruš3, Iveta Hodová1, Božena Koubková1, Wisnu Nurcahyo4
1Department of Botany and Zoology, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University, Czech Republic, 2Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry, Czech Republic, 3Institute of Parasitology, Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic, Czech Republic, 4Department of Parasitology, Kedoktoran Hewan Faculty, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Health & Disease  -  13:30-15:30
HIERARCHICAL LEARNING IN CHIMPANZEES
L.M. Riley*, D. Custance
Goldsmiths College, University of London, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Learning and perception  -  10:00-12:20
HIERARCHY IN WOOLLY MONKEYS, LAGOTHRIX LAGOTRICHA, AT LA MACARENA, COLOMBIA
A. Nishimura
Doshisha University, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
HISTOLOGICAL DISTRIBUTION OF CLAUDIN FAMILY IN THE TESTIS OF RHESUS MACAQUE (MACACA MULATTA)
H. Fujii-Hanamoto*1, M. Nakano1, T. Enomoto1, S. Matsubayashi1
1Tokai University School of Medicine, Japan, 2Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
HISTORICAL AND BIOGEOGRAPHICAL PERSPECTIVE ON THE APES OF WESTERN CAMEROON AND NIGERIA
J.F. Oates
Hunter College CUNY, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Biology and conservation of the most endangered apes in Africa (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
HOME RANGE AND HABITAT USE OF THE HAIRY-EARED DWARF LEMUR (ALLOCEBUS TRICHOTIS) IN ANALAMAZAOTRA SPECIAL RESERVE, CENTRAL EASTERN MADAGASCAR
K. Biebouw*1, T. Andrianoelina2, S.K. Bearder1, K.A.I. Nekaris1
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2University of Antananarivo, Madagascar
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ranging  -  10:00-12:20
HOME RANGE SIZE, TROOP SIZE AND HABITAT USE OF WESTERN PURPLE-FACED LEAF MONKEYS (TRACYPITHECUS VETULUS NESTOR) IN TALANGAMA WETLAND, SRI LANKA
R.S. Moore*, C. Eschmann, K.A.I. Nekaris
Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
HOME RANGE STABILITY, RANGE SHIFTS AND GROUP FISSION IN GRAY-CHEEKED MANGABEYS
W. Olupot*1, K. Janmaat2, R. Chancellor3, G. Arlet3, P.M. Waser4
1Wildlife Conservation Society, Uganda, 2University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, 3University of California, United States, 4Purdue University, United States
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ranging  -  10:00-12:20
HOMO SAPIENS AND OTHER NUISANCE PRIMATES – TURNING ANNOYANCE INTO ASSET
B. P. Y-H Lee*3, S. Chan4, J. Sha4, G. Engel2, L. Jones-Engel1
1University of Washington-NPRC, United States, 2Swedish Hospital, United States, 3Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology, University of Kent, United Kingdom, 4Central Nature Reserve, Conservation Division, National Parks Board, Singapore
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Inconvenience to asset: Transforming nonhuman primate problems into resources  -  10:00-12:20
HOPEFUL OR HELPFUL? BONOBOS (PAN PANISCUS), CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) AND ORANGUTANS (PONGO PYGMAEUS) POINTING BEHAVIOR IN DIFFERENT MOTIVATIONAL CONTEXTS
F. Haimerl*, A. Bullinger, F. Zemke
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
HORMONAL AND BEHAVIORAL PROFILE OF BREEDING AND NON BREEDING COMMON MARMOSET (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS) FREE-RANGING MALES
M.B.C. Sousa*, M.C. Pontes
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Sex and stress: Hormones  -  10:00-12:20
HORMONAL STUDIES OF SOCIAL AND REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIOUR: HORMONE DYNAMIC INDEX CHANGES IN NEW FATHERS AND IN RESPONSE TO LIFESTYLE CHANGES
K.E. Wynne-Edwards
Queen's University, Canada
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Hormonal studies of social and reproductive behaviour  -  13:30-15:30
HORMONES, COLOURATION AND SOCIALITY IN MALE DRILL MONKEYS
J.P. Higham*1, J.S. Marty1, E.L. Gadsby2, K.L. Wood2, C. Ross1, M. Heistermann3, A.M. MacLarnon1
1Roehampton University, United Kingdom, 2Pandrillus, Nigeria, 3German Primate Center, Germany
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Primate colouration: Measurement, mechanisms and function (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
HOW CAN PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSES INFORM US ABOUT EARLY HOMININ BEHAVIOUR?
S.M. Shultz*1, R.I.M. Dunbar2
1University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, 2University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The context for being human: Social behaviour of early hominins from the perspective of primate socioecology (part I)  -  10:30-12:30
HOW LEMURS COUNT OBJECTS AND SUBSTANCES
N. Mahajan*, J.L. Barnes, L.R. Santos
Yale University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Sensory perception and cognition in prosimians (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
HOW ORANGUTANS PRODUCE INNOVATIONS
A.E. Russon*1, P. Kuncoro1, A. Ferisa2, D.P. Handayani2
1Glendon College, York University, Canada, 2Orangutan Social Learning and Culture Project, Indonesia
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Innovation in Orangutans  -  16:00-18:00
HOW UNIFORM ARE HUMAN FACIAL MUSCLES? IMPLICATIONS FOR THE EVOLUTION OF UNIVERSAL FACIAL COMMUNICATION
B.M. Waller*1, J.J. Cray2, A.M. Burrows2
1University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom, 2University of Pittsburgh, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Facial expression in primates: Measurement, meaning and function (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
HOW YOUNG HUMANS, APES AND MONKEYS ALIGN OBJECTS TO SURFACES
H. Kuroshima*1, N. Scott1, B. Stone1, C. Menzel2, D. Fragaszy1
1University of Georgia, United States, 2Georgia State University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Spatial cognition in nonhuman primates: New directions  -  10:00-12:20
HOWLER MONKEY LEAF CHOICE: PROTEIN-TO-FIBER RATIO REVISITED
B.J. Welker
SUNY Geneseo, United States
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
HUMAN FEMALE VOICE – A CUE TO REPRODUCTIVE STATE?
S. Semple*1, J. Fischer2, O. Amir3
1Roehampton University, United Kingdom, 2German Primate Centre, Germany, 3Tel-Aviv University, Israel
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Hormonal studies of social and reproductive behaviour  -  13:30-15:30
HUMAN OBSERVER-PRIMATE RELATIONSHIP IN THE FIELD: OBJECTIVATION OF ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR DURING THE PROCESS OF HABITUATION
F. Jankowski
EHESS- SHADYC, France
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Exploring human-nonhuman bonds in primatological research  -  10:30-12:30
HUMAN PREFERENCE AND DETECTION OF SEXUAL DIMORPHISM ACROSS PRIMATE SPECIES
J.A.F. Griffey*, A.C. Little
University of Stirling, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
HUMAN-CHIMPANZEE COMPETITION AND COEXISTENCE AT BOSSOU, REPUBLIC OF GUINEA: A SYNTHESIS OF ECOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIOURAL PERSPECTIVES
K.J. Hockings*1, J.R. Anderson1, T. Matsuzawa2
1University of Stirling, Department of Psychology, United Kingdom, 2University of Kyoto, Primate Research Institute, Japan
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Apes in human context  -  13:30-15:30
HUMANE CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING THE USE OF CHIMPANZEES IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH AND TESTING
T. Capaldo
NEAVS/Project R&R: Release & Restitution for Chimpanzees in US Laboratories, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - The use of great apes for invasive research: Science, policy, welfare, and current events  -  10:00-12:20
HUMAN-NONHUMAN RELATIONS AS MORAL EDUCATION
S. Pollo
Dipartimento di Studi filosofici ed epistemologici - "Sapienza" Università di Roma, Italy
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Exploring human-nonhuman bonds in primatological research  -  10:30-12:30
HUSBANDRY AND EXHIBITRY OF ASIAN COLOBINES AT THE SINGAPORE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS
C. Alagappasamy
Singapore Zoological Gardens, Singapore
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Odd-nosed monkeys 2  -  16:00-18:00
IDENTIFICATION OF PLANTS EATEN BY L'HOEST'S MONKEY (CERCPITHECUS L'HOESTI) IN TAYNA GORILLA RESERVE, DRC
Jeanny Kahindo Misave
Tayna center for conservation biology, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
IDENTIFYING SOCIAL LEARNING IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SKILLS
E.V. Lonsdorf
Lincoln Park Zoo, the Lester E. Fisher Center for the Study and Conservation of Apes, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Identifying social learning in the wild: Implications for culture (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
IMPACTS OF EBOLA ON GENETIC DIVERSITY AND STRUCTURE OF WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLA POPULATIONS IN THE REPUBLIC OF CONGO
P. Le Gouar*1, L. Girard1, M. Bermejo2, S. Gatti1, F. Levréro1, D. Vallet1, E. Petit1, N. Ménard1
1UMR 6553 ecobio, France, 2Universidad de Barcelona, Spain
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation Genetics  -  10:00-12:20
IMPLICATIONS OF CHIMPANZEE BIPEDAL FEEDING FOR THE EVOLUTION OF HOMINID POSTURE AND LOCOMOTION
C.B. Stanford
University of Southern California, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Studying primate locomotion: Linking in situ and ex situ research (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
IMPLICATIONS OF FEMALE DISPERSAL FOR MANAGING THE NORTHERN MURIQUI (BRACHYTELES HYPOXANTHUS)
S.L. Mendes*1, K. Strier2
1Universidade Federal do Espirito Santo, Brazil, 2Wisconsin University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Should I stay or should I go? Dispersal opportunities, individual decisions and consequences for wild primates (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
IMPLICATIONS OF NEOCEREBELLAR EXPANSION FOR PRIMATE BRAIN EVOLUTION
C.E. MacLeod
Langara College, Canada
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
IMPORTANCE OF AND CHALLENGES TO STATUS ASSESSMENTS OF SOUTH ASIAN PRIMATES AND ITS IMPACT ON PRIORITIZATION
Sanjay Molur*, Sally Walker, Mewa Singh
Zoo Outreach Organisation, India
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Assessing the conservation status of the world's primates: Key issues and challenges (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
IMPORTANCE OF MONITORING EFFORTS IN PROTECTED AREAS AND PRODUCTION FORESTS: CASE STUDY OF MECHANIZED LOGGING ON SYMPATRIC APES IN THE CONGO BASIN
D.B. Morgan*1, C.M. Sanz3, J.R. Onononga1, E. Stokes2, E. Lonsdorf2, S. Strindberg2
1Lincoln Park Zoo, Lester E. Fisher Center for Great Ape Conservation, United States, 2Wildlife Conservation Society, United States, 3Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Interactions between long-term research and conservation  -  16:00-18:00
IMPROVING MANAGEMENT OF NOCTURNAL PRIMATES: ASSESSING THE DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE OF OWL MONKEYS (AOTUS ZONALIS) IN ALTO CHAGRES, PANAMA
M.S. Svensson*, S.K. Bearder
Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
IMPROVING METHODS TO ESTIMATE APE DENSITIES IN THE CONGO BASIN: COMPARISON OF STANDING-CROP AND MARKED-NEST SURVEYS IN NORTHERN REPUBLIC OF CONGO
J.R. Onononga*1, C.M. Sanz2, D.B. Morgan3, S. Strindberg4
1Congo Program, Wildlife Conservation Society, Congo, 2Max Planck Society for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 3Fisher Center for the Study and Conservation of Great Apes, United States, 4Living Landscapes Program, Wildlife Conservation Society, United States
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Great ape conservation methods  -  16:00-18:00
IMPROVING NON-HUMAN PRIMATE WELFARE BY REFINEMENT OF SCIENTIFIC PROCEDURES USED IN NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH
M.J. Prescott
National Centre for the Replacement, Refinement and Reduction of Animals in Research (NC3Rs), United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Application of the IPS Captive Care Guidelines for Primates: Principles in practice  -  13:30-15:30
INCONVENIENCE TO ASSET: TRANSFORMING NONHUMAN PRIMATE PROBLEMS INTO BIOMEDICAL RESOURCES IN EAST AFRICA
J. Hau*1, N.N. Moinde-Fockler2, M. Ngotho1, T. Kariuki2, I.O. Farah2, H-E. Carlsson3, S.J. Schapiro4, M.A. Suleman2
1Department of Experimental Medicine, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 2Institute of Primate Research, Kenya, 3Department of Neuroscience, Uppsala University, Sweden, 4Department of Veterinary Sciences, UTMDACC, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Inconvenience to asset: Transforming nonhuman primate problems into resources  -  10:00-12:20
INDIVIDUAL FACIAL RECOGNITION IN RING-TAILED LEMURS (LEMUR CATTA)
E.H.R. Moss
Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
INDIVIDUAL SIGNATURES IN COMMUNICATION CALLS OF A NOCTURNAL LEMUR (MICROCEBUS MURINUS)
L.M.C. Leliveld*, M. Scheumann, E. Zimmermann
University of Vetrinary Medicine Hannover, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
INDIVIDUAL VARIATION IN BED SITE FEATURES IN THE BORNEAN ORANGUTAN (PONGO PYGMAEUS)
Yaya Rayadin*1, Takashi Saitoh1
1Hokkaido University, Japan, 2Mulawarman University, Indonesia
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Innovation in Orangutans  -  16:00-18:00
INEQUITY AND COOPERATION
S.F. Brosnan
Georgia State University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Cooperation, reciprocity and response to inequity (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
INFLUENCE OF DAY LENGTH, AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND SEASONALITY ON DAILY TRAVEL LENGTH IN THE YUNNAN SNUB-NOSED MONKEY AT LAOJUNSHAN, YUNNAN, CHINA
Baoping Ren*1, Ming Li1, Yongcheng Long2, Fuwen Wei1
1Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, 2The Nature Conservancy, China Program, China
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered Papers - Odd-nosed monkeys 1  -  13:30-15:30
INFLUENCE OF FRUGIVORY ON THE ENERGY BUDGET OF WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLAS AT BAI-HOKOU, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
Shelly Masi*1, C. Cipolletta3, S. Ortmann4, M.M. Robbins1
1Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2University of Rome "La Spapienza", Italy, 3WWF, Central African Republic, 4Leibniz-Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ape foraging  -  10:00-12:20
INFLUENCE OF FRUIT AVAILABILITY ON DIET, RANGING AND SUBGROUP FORMATION IN MANDRILLS
E.C. White*1, K.A. Abernethy2
1University of Exeter, United Kingdom, 2University of Stirling, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Feeding ecology  -  16:00-18:00
INFLUENCE OF GROUP STRUCTURE ON LIFE HISTORIES OF FEMALE RED HOWLER MONKEYS (ALOUATTA SENICULUS) OF VENEZUELA
S. Chowdhury*1, E. Fernandez-Duque2, R. Rudran3
1Department of Anthropology, The City University of New York, United States, 2Department of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania, United States, 3National Zoological Park, Directorate of Conservation and Science, United States
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Demography, life history and populations: Life history  -  13:30-15:30
INFLUENCE OF HABITAT HETEROGENEITY ON FORAGING EFFICIENCY OF CHIMPANZEES IN KIBALE NATIONAL PARK, UGANDA
K. Potts*1, R. Wrangham2
1Yale University Department of Anthropology, United States, 2Harvard University Department of Anthropology, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Defining habitat quality of primates: Implications for behavioural ecology and conservation (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
INFLUENCE OF HIERARCHY ON THE SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR OF FEMALES RING-TAILED LEMURS AT BERENTY RESERVE, SOUTH MADAGASCAR
Hantanirina Rasamimanana*, S. Anjaranantenaina
Université d'Antananarivo, Madagascar
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
INFLUENCE OF MINE EXPLOSION ON HOME RANGE AND RANGING BEHAVIOR OF DELACOUR’S LANGUR (TRACHYPITHECUS DELACOURI) IN VAN LONG NATURE RESERVE, VIETNAM
Vinh Thanh Nguyen*, Vu Khoi Le
Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Viet Nam
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
INFLUENCE OF SEX DIFFERENCE AND ESTRUS STATE ON THE RANGING PATTERN OF CHIMPANZEES IN THE KALINZU FOREST, UGANDA
Chie Hashimoto*1, Takeshi Furuichi2
1Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan, 2Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Female sexual strategies  -  10:30-12:30
INFLUENCE OF THE SOCIAL AND THE EMOTIONAL VALUE OF SOUNDS ON THE AUDITORY LATERALITY: A COMPARATIVE APPROACH BETWEEN HUMAN AND NON HUMAN PRIMATES
M. Basile*, A. Lemasson, C. Blois-Heulin
University of Rennes I, France
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
INFORMATION CONTENT OF NONHUMAN PRIMATE CALL SEQUENCES
Kurt Hammerschmidt*, Julia Fischer
German Primate Center, Germany
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Meaning and function of primate vocalisations and gestures: Monkeys and apes (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
INSECT FORAGING STRATEGIES BY SYMPATRIC CHIMPANZEES (P. T. TROGLODYTES) AND GORILLAS (G. G. GORILLA) IN SOUTHEAST CAMEROON
I. Deblauwe1
1Centre for Research and Conservation (CRC), Royal Zoological Society of Antwerp (RZSA), Belgium, 2Department of Biology, University of Antwerp (UA), Belgium
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ape foraging  -  10:00-12:20
INTERCHANGE BETWEEN GROOMING AND TOLERANCE AMONG WILD TUFTED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA): COMBINING EXPERIMENTS AND OBSERVATIONS
B. Tiddi*1, E. Polizzi di Sorrentino1, F. Aureli1, C. Janson2, G. Schino3
1Research Centre in Evolutionary Anthropology and Palaeoecology, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, 2Division of Biological Sciences, University of Montana, United States, 3Istituto di Scienze e Tecnologie della Cognizione, C.N.R., Italy
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
INTERCHANGE OF GROOMING AND FOOD-SHARING IN CAPTIVE BONOBOS (PAN PANISCUS)
J.M.G. Stevens*, S. Van Coillie, M. Ruitenberg
Centre for Research and Conservation, Belgium
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Food and society  -  16:00-18:00
INTERPRETING ALOPECIA IN RHESUS MONKEYS
T.R. Hobbs*, A. Maier, K. Coleman
Oregon National Primate Research Center, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Health & Disease  -  13:30-15:30
INTERSPECIES AND INTRASPECIES VARIATIONS IN THE SEROTONIN TRANSPORTER GENE INTRON 3 VNTR IN NONHUMAN PRIMATES
M. Inoue-Murayama*1, E. Inoue1, K-W. Hong2, T. Nishida3, S. Ito1, Y. Murayama4
1Gifu University, Japan, 2National Institute of Animal Science, Korea, Republic of, 3Japan Monkey Centre, Japan, 4National Institute of Animal Health, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
INTRANASAL VASOPRESSIN ADMINISTRATION MODULATES PAIR-BONDING IN MONOGAMOUS TITI MONKEYS (CALLICEBUS CUPREUS)
K.L. Bales*, M.R. Jarcho, W.A. Mason, S.P. Mendoza
California National Primate Research Center, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Sex and stress: Hormones  -  10:00-12:20
INTRASEXUAL SCALING OF DIMORPHIC FEATURES AND THEIR ROLE IN SIGNALLING BODY SIZE AND FITNESS VARIATION WITHIN PRIMATE SPECIES
B.T. Shea*, E.B. Klopp
Northwestern University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Primate body size: A multiple-level perspective  -  10:00-12:20
INTRODUCING THE SIBERUT CONSERVATION PROGRAMME: INTEGRATING FIELD RESEARCH AND APPLIED CONSERVATION
R.A. Mittermeier
Conservation International, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The Siberut Conservation Programme: Integrating field research and applied conservation (part I)  -  10:30-12:30
INTRODUCTORY STUDY ABOUT THE SOCIAL BEHAVIOR OF THE OWL-FACED MONKEY (CERCOPITHECUS HAMLYNI) IN TAYNA NATURE RESERVE, EASTERN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO
Honoré Kambale Masumbuko*, Emmanuel Kambale Shabantu, Jackson Kabuyaya Mbeke
Tayna Center for Conservation Biology, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
IS DENTAL DEVELOPMENT A RELIABLE INDICATOR OF THE PACE OF LIFE HISTORY IN EARLY HOMININS?
J. Kelley*1, G.T. Schwartz2
1University of Illinois at Chicago, United States, 2Arizona State University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The context for being human: Social behaviour of early hominins from the perspective of primate socioecology (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
IS EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH ON SOCIAL LEARNING IN PRIMATES TOO FOCUSED ON FOOD?
C.F.E. Watson*, C.A. Caldwell
University of Stirling, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
IS ORANGUTAN PERSONALITY STRUCTURE A PRODUCT OF THE ANIMALS OR THE RATERS?
A. Weiss
The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - How do we know that primate personality is real and useful?  -  10:00-12:20
IT’S JUST PLAY! VISUAL SIGNALS AND PLAYFUL INTENTION IN CHIMPANZEES
G. Cordoni*, E.P. Palagi
Museo di Storia Naturale-Università di Pisa, Italy
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Play & social brains  -  13:30-15:30
KEEPING TRACK OF TIME: EVIDENCE FOR EPISODIC-LIKE MEMORY IN APES
G. Martin-Ordas*1, D. Haun2, F. Colmenares3, J. Call1
1Max Planck Institute, Germany, 2Department of Psychology University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom, 33Departamento de Psicobiología, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Cogniton & communication: Memory and perception  -  16:00-18:00
KINSHIP AND INFANT CARE IN A COOPERATIVELY BREEDING TAMARIN, SAGUINUS MYSTAX
E.W. Heymann*1, M. Huck2, P. Loettker3
1Abt. Verhaltensoekologie & Soziobiologie, Deutsches Primatenzentrum, Germany, 2Dept. of Biology & Environmental Science, University of Sussex, United Kingdom, 3Department of Research and Documentation, Nationalpark Bayrischer Wald, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Cooperative breeding in primates: Expanding our perspectives on taxonomic distribution and mechanisms (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
KLOSS’S GIBBON: BIOLOGY AND CONSERVATION.
Danielle Whittaker*1, Helen Dooley2
1Indiana University, United States, 2University of Western Australia, Australia
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The Siberut Conservation Programme: Integrating field research and applied conservation (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
KNOW THY NEIGHBOUR: INDIVIDUAL FORAGING DECISIONS IN CHACMA BABOON GROUPS
A.J. King*1, N.J.B. Isaac1, G. Cowlishaw1
1Institute of Zoology, Zoological Society of London, United Kingdom, 2Department of Anthropology, University College London, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Decisions  -  10:00-12:20
LANGUAGE AS GESTURE
M. Corballis
University of Auckland, New Zealand
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Gestural communication and the question of language origin  -  10:00-12:20
LARGE BRAINS AND BIG OFFSPRING
K. Isler*, C.P. van Schaik
University of Zürich, Switzerland
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The context for being human: Social behaviour of early hominins from the perspective of primate socioecology (part I)  -  10:30-12:30
LATEST SURVEY RESULTS: POPULATIONS AND HOME RANGES OF THE YUNNAN SNUB-NOSED MONKEY (RHINOPITHECUS BIETI)
Y.C. Long*, R.D. Wu
The Nature Conservancy, China
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Odd-nosed monkeys: Evolution, behaviour and conservation (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
LAW OF SUPPLY AND DEMAND AND INHIBITION: TWO WAYS TO EXPLAINS CHANGES IN THE EXPERIMENTALLY ALTERED MARKET VALUES OF LOW-RANKING VERVET MONKEYS
C. Fruteau*1, R. Noë2, E. van Damme1
1Tilburg University CentER, Netherlands, 2IPHC CNRS ULP, France
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Social markets  -  16:00-18:00
LEADERSHIP AND GROUP DECISION-MAKING IN BABOONS: DEMOCRACY OR DESPOTISM?
A.L. de Raad*, R.A. Hill
Durham University, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
LEAF NEST CONSTRUCTION IN THE GOLDEN-BROWN MOUSE LEMUR (MICROCEBUS RAVELOBENSIS) IN THE ANKARAFANTSIKA NATIONAL PARK
S. Thorén, D. Schwochow, F. Quietzsch, S. Kunath, U. Radespiel*
Institute of Zoology, University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
LEAPING, BODY SIZE, PREDATION AND ENERGETIC EFFICIENCY OF LOCOMOTION
Mary Blanchard*1, William Sellers2, Robin Huw Crompton1
1University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, 2University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Studying primate locomotion: Linking in situ and ex situ research (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
LEARNING AND VOLUNTARY PRODUCTION OF A NEW SOUND IN AN ORANGUTAN
S.A. Wich*1, K. Swartz1, M. Hardus2, A.R. Lameira2, E. Stromberg3, R.W. Shumaker1
1Great Ape Trust of Iowa, United States, 2Behavioural Biology Department of Utrecht University, Netherlands, 3Smithsonian’s National Zoological Park, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Meaning and function of primate vocalisations and gestures: Monkeys and apes (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
LEARNING TO MAKE DETOURS: THE MICRO-DEVELOPMENT OF SKILLED NAVIGATION IN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)
J. Pan1, D. Fragaszy*1, T. Pickering1, E.H. Kennedy2
1University of Georgia, United States, 2Frostburg State University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Spatial cognition in nonhuman primates: New directions  -  10:00-12:20
LEMUR CONSERVATION PLANNING FOR MAKIRA FOREST, MADAGASCAR
M.T. Rasolofoharivelo*3, J. Ratsimbazafy1, D. Rasolofoson1, E.O. Rakotonirainy1, H. Andrianandrasana2, J.G. Rakotondratsimba1
1Groupe d'Etude et de recherche sur les primates de Madagascar, Madagascar, 2Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, Madagascar, 3Conservation International, Madagascar
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation and ecology in Madagascar  -  10:00-12:20
LEMURS’ USE OF VISUAL CO-ORIENTATION IN A MODIFIED OBJECT-CHOICE TASK
A.M. Ruiz*1, J.C. Gómez1, J.J. Roeder2, R.W. Byrne1
1School of Psychology, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, 2IPHC, DEPE, UMR 7178, France
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Sensory perception and cognition in prosimians (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
LESSONS FOR PRIMATE RELATED COMMUNITY-BASED CONSERVATION
Shirley C. Strum, D.L. Manzolillo Nightingale*, Aliya Bauer
Uaso Ngiro Baboon Project, Kenya
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
LET THE GAMES BEGIN! PAN AT PLAY AND THE EVOLUTION OF SOCIAL BRAINS
I. Behncke*1, P.C. Lee2, W.C. McGrew1
1Cambridge University, United Kingdom, 2Stirling University, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Play & social brains  -  13:30-15:30
LET’S MAKE A DEAL: CAN CHIMPANZEES SUCCESSFULLY NEGOTIATE?
A.P. Melis*1, B.A. Hare2, M. Tomasello1
1Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2Duke University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Games  -  13:30-15:30
LIFE HISTORY AND BODY SIZE AS DETERMINANTS OF QUATERNARY MAMMALIAN SPECIES LOSS
L.R. Godfrey*1, G.T. Schwartz2, M.R. Sutherland1, W.L. Jungers3, M.T. Irwin4
1University of Massachusetts, United States, 2Arizona State University, United States, 3Stony Brook University, United States, 4McGill University, Canada
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Primate body size: A multiple-level perspective  -  10:00-12:20
LIFE HISTORY PATTERNS AND POPULATION DYNAMICS OF MOUNTAIN GORILLAS IN BWINDI IMPENETRABLE NATIONAL PARK, UGANDA
M.M. Robbins*1, M. Gray2, E. Kagoda3, A.M. Robbins1
1Max Planck Institute for Evoultionary Anthropology, Germany, 2The International Gorilla Conservation Program, Kenya, 3Uganda Wildlife Authority, Uganda
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Demography, life history and populations: Life history  -  13:30-15:30
LIFE-HISTORY PROFILES OF FEMALE CHIMPANZEES IN BOSSOU OVER 40 YEARS.
G. Yamakoshi*1, K. Koops2
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Demography, life history and populations: Life history  -  13:30-15:30
LIMITED DISPERSAL AND COOPERATIVE BREEDING IN CALLIMICO GOELDII
L.M. Porter*1, P.A. Garber2
1Northern Illinois University, United States, 2University of Illinois, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Cooperative breeding in primates: Expanding our perspectives on taxonomic distribution and mechanisms (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
LINKING IN SITU AND EX SITU APPROACHES FOR STUDYING PRIMATE LOCOMOTOR RESPONSES TO SUPPORT STABILITY
N.J. Stevens
Ohio University, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Studying primate locomotion: Linking in situ and ex situ research (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
LINKING RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY-BASED CONSERVATION: A MODEL IN NORTH SIBERUT
Christophe Abegg*1, Dodi Priata2, F. Syamsuri2, Muhammad Agil3
1German Primate Centre, Germany, 2Jalan Thamrin Dalam, Indonesia, 3Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The Siberut Conservation Programme: Integrating field research and applied conservation (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
LITTLE EVIDENCE FOR AGGRESSIVE CONFLICTS LEADING TO INCREASED URINARY CORTISOL IN A ZOO-HOUSED GROUP OF SPIDER MONKEYS
N. Davis*2, C.M. Schaffner1, T.E. Smith1
1Chester zoo, United Kingdom, 2University of Chester, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
LOCAL VARIATION OF A STRANGE TENSION-REDUCTION BEHAVIOR IN JAPANESE MACAQUES (MACACA FUSCATA)
N. Nakagawa*1, Y. Shimooka2, M. Nishikawa1, M. Matsubara3
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2Teikyo University of Science and Technology, Japan, 3Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & Societies: Conflict, tension and reconciliation  -  10:00-12:20
LOCOMOTOR BIOMECHANICS IN APES: NEW INSIGHTS, NEW QUESTIONS
K. D'Août*1, E.E. Vereecke3, K. Schoonaert2, F. Michilsens1, P. Aerts1
1University of Antwerp, Belgium, 2Centre for Research and Conservation, Belgium, 3University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, 4Ghent University, Belgium
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
LOGS AND LONG-TERM SURVIVAL: THE IMPACT OF SELECTIVE TIMBER EXTRACTION ON CENTRAL AMAZONIAN PRIMATE COMMUNITIES
C. Freitas*, W. Spironello, E. Venticinque
INPA, Brazil
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Primate ecology and conservation: Lessons from central Amazonia  -  10:00-12:20
LONG TERM RESEARCH, AN EFFECTIVE CONSERVATION TOOL: THE CENTRE VALBIO, RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR
Benjamin Andriamihaja*1, Anna Feistner1, Patricia Wright1
1MICET, Madagascar, 2Stony Brook University, United States, 3Centre ValBio, Madagascar
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Interactions between long-term research and conservation  -  16:00-18:00
LONGTAILED MACAQUES WAIT LONG FOR RETURNS IN TRADING TASKS
B. Thierry
CNRS, France
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Games  -  13:30-15:30
LONG-TERM MONITORING OF BLACK-SHANKED DOUC LANGUR (PYGATHRIX NIGRIPES) AND YELLOW-CHEEKED CRESTED GIBBON (NOMASCUS GABRIELLAE) IN THE SEIMA BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION AREA, CAMBODIA
T.J. Clements*1, B.M. Rawson2, E. Pollard1, H. Nut Meng1, D. An1
1Wildlife Conservation Society, Cambodia, 2Australian National University, Australia
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Demography, life history & populations: Groups and populations of colobines  -  13:30-15:30
LOOKING AHEAD: HOW THE GENOME SEQUENCE WILL INFLUENCE STUDIES OF AGING AND PLACENTAL FUNCTION
Corinna Ross*1, Julienne Rutherford Goehl2, Suzette Tardif1
1University of Texas Health Science Center & Southwest National Primate Center, United States, 2Northwestern University, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - How interdisciplinary exchange advances our understanding of marmosets: Examples from the European Marmoset Research group (EMRG) and the Marmoset Research Group of the Americas (MaRGA)  -  16:00-18:00
LOOKING TOWARD THE FUTURE: CONSERVATION OF THE TONKIN-SNUB NOSED MONKEY IN NORTHERN HA GIANG PROVINCE, VIETNAM
H.H. Covert*1, Q.K. Le2, B.W. Wright3, T.V. Hoang4
1University of Colorado at Boulder, United States, 2Fauna and Flora International Vietnam Primate Programme, Viet Nam, 3Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, United States, 4Forestry Protection Department, Viet Nam
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Odd-nosed monkeys 2  -  16:00-18:00
LOVE THY UNIT MEMBERS: POSTCONFLICT BEHAVIOR IN SICHUAN SNUB-NOSED MONKEYS
C.L. Tan*1, Q. Zhao2, E. Zhang3
1Zoological Society of San Diego, United States, 2Peking University, China, 3Beijing Zoological Gardens, China
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Odd-nosed monkeys: Evolution, behaviour and conservation (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
MACAQUE SOCIAL MARKETS: THE ROLE OF GROOMING IN SOCIAL TRADE
M.D. Gumert
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Social markets  -  16:00-18:00
MALE AND PREGNANT FEMALE RINGTAILED LEMUR FEEDING AND NUTRITION DURING A TAMARIND FRUITING FAILURE IN THE GALLERY FOREST AT THE BEZA-MAHAFALY SPECIAL RESERVE, MADAGASCAR
M. LaFleur*, L. Gould
University of Victoria, Canada
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
MALE BABOON RESPONSES TO LOUD ‘WAHOO’ CALLS: AN EXPERIMENTAL TEST OF AN HONEST SIGNAL
D.M. Kitchen*1, D.L. Cheney2, R.M. Seyfarth2, L. Moscovice2, M. Heesen3
1The Ohio State University, United States, 2University of Pennsylvania, United States, 3Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Field experiments: The challenges and benefits of using experimental methods in field research (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
MALE DISPERSAL IN PATAS MONKEYS (ERYTHROCEBUS PATAS) IN KENYA
W. Rogers*, J.L. Chism
Winthrop University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Should I stay or should I go? Dispersal opportunities, individual decisions and consequences for wild primates (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
MALE MATING TACTICS IN SPIDER MONKEYS: SNEAKING TO COMPETE
K.N. Gibson
Yale University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Male sexual strategies  -  13:30-15:30
MALE SOCIO-SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION AND MALE-FEMALE INTERACTIONS RESULTING IN MALE ESCAPE IN A PROVISIONED TROOP OF JAPANESE MACAQUES (MACACA FUSCATA) AT ARASHIYAMA
S. HANAMURA
Laboratory of Human Evolution Studies, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
MALE TAKEOVERS AND FEMALE IMMIGRATION IN HAMADRYAS BABOONS (PAPIO HAMADRYAS HAMADRYAS): RELATIONSHIPS OF FEMALE IMMIGRANTS VERSUS RESIDENTS WITH THEIR UNIT MALES
Pablo Polo*, Fernando Colmenares
Departamento de Psicobiología. Facultad de Psicología. Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
MALE TESTOSTERONE AND GLUCOCORTICOID LEVELS ASSOCIATED WITH FRIENDSHIP WITH LACTATING FEMALES IN WILD OLIVE BABOONS (PAPIO HAMADRYAS ANUBIS)
M.D. Shur*1, R.A. Palombit1, P.L. Whitten2
1Rutgers University, United States, 2Emory University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Sex and stress: Hormones  -  10:00-12:20
MALE-MALE COMPETITION IN SIMAKOBU MONKEYS (SIMIAS CONCOLOR): THE ROLE OF LOUD CALLS
Wendy Erb
Stony Brook University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The Siberut Conservation Programme: Integrating field research and applied conservation (part I)  -  10:30-12:30
MAN MEETS MONKEY: THE IMPACT OF TOURISM ON THE DEMOGRAPHIC STRUCTURE AND BEHAVIOURAL STRATEGIES OF BONNET MACAQUES (MACACA RADIATA) IN THE BANDIPUR NATIONAL PARK – MUDUMALAI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, SOUTHERN INDIA
K. Mukhopadhyay*1, A. Sinha2
1National Institute of Advanced Studies, India, 2Nature Conservation Foundation, India
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Evolutionary ecology of coexistence of nonhuman and human primates: Lessons from South Asia  -  13:30-15:30
MAPPING WOLF-HIRSCHHORN (WH 4P16.3) LOCUS ON NON-HUMAN PRIMATES
F. Dumas1, B. Picone1, R. Stanyon2, O. Privitera3, L. Sineo*1
1Dip. Biologia Animale, "G. Reverberi", Laboratorio di Antropologia, Universita di Palermo, Italy, 2Dip. Biologia Animale e Genetica, Universita di Firenze, Italy, 3Ospedale di Legnano, Laboratorio di Citogenitica, Italy
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
MARKET CARCASS COUNTS AND FOREST ENCOUNTER RATES FOR MONKEYS ON BIOKO ISLAND, EQUATORIAL GUINEA (1990–2007)
G.W. Hearn*1, W.A. Morra2, F. Rioso Etingüe3, D. Bocuma Meñe4, T.M. Butynski1
1Drexel University, United States, 2Arcadia University, United States, 3Bioko Biodiversity Protection Program, Equatorial Guinea, 4Universidad Nacional de Guinea Ecuatorial, Equatorial Guinea
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Bushmeat and conservation outlooks  -  10:00-12:20
MATE-GUARDING IN CHACMA BABOONS (PAPIO HAMADRYAS URSINUS): WHAT REALLY MEDIATES MALE MONOPOLIES?
P.M.R. Clarke
University of Lethbridge, Canada
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Male sexual strategies  -  13:30-15:30
MATERNAL KIN BIAS AMONG FEMALE WHITE-FACED CAPUCHINS
M.L. Bergstrom*, L.M. Fedigan
University of Calgary, Canada
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
MATERNAL OBESITY STUDIES IN THE MARMOSET: COLLABORATIONS AMONG REPRODUCTION, NUTRITION, AND OBESITY RESEARCHERS
S.D. Tardif*1, M. Paulik2, R. Bertram2, M. Power3
1University of Texas Health Sciences Center & Southwest National Primate Research Center, United States, 2GlaxoSmithKline, United States, 3American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists, United States, 4National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Inst., United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - How interdisciplinary exchange advances our understanding of marmosets: Examples from the European Marmoset Research group (EMRG) and the Marmoset Research Group of the Americas (MaRGA)  -  16:00-18:00
MATERNAL VISUAL MONITORING OF THE INFANT IN A FREE-RANGING GROUP OF JAPANESE MONKEYS (MACACA FUSCATA)
K. Onishi*, M. Nakamichi
Graduate School of Human Sciences, Osaka University, Japan
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Parenting and development: Mothers  -  13:30-15:30
MATING BEHAVIOR AND PATERNITY DETERMINATION USING MICROSATELLITE MARKERS IN RING-TAILED LEMURS (LEMUR CATTA) AT BERENTY RESERVE, MADAGASCAR
S. Ichino*, Y. Kawamoto, N. Miyamoto, H. Hirai, N. Koyama
Kyoto University, Japan
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Dominance, paternity and kinship  -  10:00-12:20
MATING SKEW AND MALE SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS IN WILD ASSAMESE MACAQUES (MACACA ASSAMENSIS)
O. Schülke*, J. Ostner
Integrative Primate Socio-Ecology Group, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Male sexual strategies  -  13:30-15:30
MATING SYSTEMS AND FEMALE-FEMALE COMPETITION IN THE COMMON MARMOSET, CALLITHRIX JACCHUS
M.E. YAMAMOTO*, M.F. ARRUDA, A.I. ALENCAR, M.B.C. SOUSA, A. ARAÚJO
Universidade Federal do rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Cooperative breeding in primates: Expanding our perspectives on taxonomic distribution and mechanisms (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
MEASURES OF SOCIAL LEARNING IN WILD CAPUCHIN MONKEYS
S.E. Perry
University of California, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Identifying social learning in the wild: Implications for culture (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
MEASURING DYSREGULATION OF THE HYPOTHALAMIC-PITUITARY-ADRENAL (HPA) SYSTEM
S.P. Mendoza*1, B. Corbett1, C. Franz2, W. Kremen2, M.J. Lyons3, S. Levine1, J.P. Capitanio1
1University of California, Davis, United States, 2University of California, San Diego, United States, 3Boston University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Sex and stress: Hormones  -  10:00-12:20
MEASURING THE DEMAND FOR MOUNTAIN GORILLA TOURISM IN RWANDA: A CHOICE EXPERIMENT APPROACH
G.K. Bush*1, S. Colombo2, N.D. Hanley1, K.A. Fawcett3
1Environmental Economics research Group,University of Stirling, United Kingdom, 2Department of Agricultural Economics, IFAPA, Centro de Granada, Spain, 3Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund Inetrnational, Karisoke Research Center, Rwanda
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Apes in human context  -  13:30-15:30
MECHANICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF FOODS INGESTED BY THE TONKIN SNUB-NOSED MONKEY (RHINOPITHECUS AVUNCULUS) AT KHAU CA, HA GIANG PROVINCE, VIET NAM
B.W. Wright*1, L.A.T. Nguyen2, Q.K. Le3, T.A. Vu4, D.A. Nguyen2
1Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, United States, 2Hanoi University of Science, Vietnam National University, -, 3Fauna and Flora International, -, 4Vietnamese Academy of Science and Technology, -
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered Papers - Odd-nosed monkeys 1  -  13:30-15:30
MECHANISMS OF RELATIONSHIP FORMATION IN IMMATURE WESTERN GORILLAS
J.E. Hutchinson*, A.W. Fletcher
University of Chester, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Relationships  -  10:00-12:20
METHODS FOR DETECTING SOCIAL LEARNING IN THE WILD: EVALUATING THE ALTERNATIVES
K.N. Laland
University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Identifying social learning in the wild: Implications for culture (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
MHC-DRB POLYMORPHISM IN CAPTIVE JAPANESE MACAQUES
M. Matsubara*1, T. Kageyama2, K. Matsubayashi2
1Chukyo University, Japan, 2Kyoto University, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
MIND YOUR MONKEY MANNERS: ADDRESSING PPC – PEOPLE/PRIMATE CONFLICT IN INDIA
Sally R. Walker*1, Sanjay Molur2, Janaki Lenin3
1Zoo Outreach Organisation, India, 2Wildlife Information Liaison Development Society, India, 3Draco Films, India
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Human context of conservation  -  10:30-12:30
MODELLING SLOW LORIS (NYCTICEBUS) DISTRIBUTIONS ON BORNEO, JAVA, AND SUMATRA: A PREDICTIVE TOOL FOR ASSESSING THREATS AND SETTING CONSERVATION PRIORITIES
J.S. Thorn*, K.A.I. Nekaris
Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation method and monitoring  -  16:00-18:00
MODELLING THE EVOLUTION OF HAMADRYAS BABOON SOCIAL SYSTEM
D. Zinner*, K. Hammerschmidt
Deutsches Primatenzentrum, Germany
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Social evolution & fission-fusion dynamics  -  13:30-15:30
MODIFICATION OF ACOUSTIC CALL VARIABLES THROUGH THE USE OF HANDS AND TOOLS IN WILD ORANGUTANS
M.E. Hardus*1, A.R. Lameira1, C.P. van Schaik3, S.A. Wich2
1Utrecht University, Netherlands, 2Great Ape Trust of Iowa, United States, 3Zurich University, Switzerland
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
MOLECULAR ASSESSMENT OF DISPERSAL PATTERNS IN SYMPATRIC WOOLLY AND SPIDER MONKEYS
A. Di Fiore1
1Center for the Study of Human Origins, Department of Anthropology, New York University, United States, 2New York Consortium in Evolutionary Primatology, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Should I stay or should I go? Dispersal opportunities, individual decisions and consequences for wild primates (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
MONITORING GREAT APE POPULATIONS AT THE LANDSCAPE SCALE: MEASURING THE IMPACT OF MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION STRATEGIES IN NORTHERN CONGO
E.J. Stokes*, H. Rainey, S. Strindberg
Wildlife Conservation Society, Global Conservation Program, United States
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Great ape conservation methods  -  16:00-18:00
MONITORING WELFARE IN EX-LABORATORY CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)
E.P. Schippers*1, F.H. de Jonge2, S. Koot2
1AAP sanctuary for exotic mammals, Netherlands, 2universiteit utrecht, Netherlands
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Welfare & management: Captive apes  -  16:00-18:00
MONKEYS GET THE POINT: CAPUCHINS USE LASERS TO SELECT AND RANK DISTANT REWARDS
T.A. Evans*1, B. Stone2, C.R. Menzel1, D.M. Fragaszy2
1Language Research Center, United States, 2University of Georgia, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Spatial cognition in nonhuman primates: New directions  -  10:00-12:20
MONKEYS SEEING RED : COLORATION, TESTOSTERONE, DOMINANCE RANK AND MATING ACTIVITY IN MALE MANDRILLS (MANDRILLUS SPHINX)
J.M. Setchell*1, T. Smith4, L.A. Knapp2, E.J. Wickings3
1Department of Anthropology, Durham University, United Kingdom, 2Department of Biological Anthropology, Cambridge University, United Kingdom, 3Centre International de Recherches Médicales, Gabon, 4Department of Biological Sciences, University of Chester, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Primate colouration: Measurement, mechanisms and function (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
MORPHOLOGICAL FACTORS AFFECTING MALE REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS IN GORILLAS
T. Breuer*1, M. Robbins1, C. Boesch1
1Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2Wildlife Conservation Society, Congo
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Male sexual strategies  -  13:30-15:30
MORPHOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF CERCOPITHECOID HAND POSTURES
B.A. Patel
Ohio University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Functional anatomy & paleobiology: Functional morphology  -  16:00-18:00
MORPHOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE ANTHROPOID THORACIC CAGE: RIB ORIENTATION AND ITS IMPLICATION FOR ORTHOGRADE POSTURAL BEHAVIOR
M. Kagaya*, N. Ogihara, M. Nakatsukasa
Lab. of Physical Anthropology, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto Univ., Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
MOVING INTO LESS FAMILIAR AREAS. HOW IMPORTANT IS LONG TERM SPATIAL MEMORY FOR MANGABEY FORAGING EFFICIENCY?
K.R.L. Janmaat*1, R. Chancellor1
1University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, 2University of California, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
MULTI-MODAL COMMUNICATION IN OLIVE BABOONS (PAPIO HAMADRYAS ANUBIS)
D.P. MacGregor Inglis*, C. Ross, S. Semple
Roehampton University, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
MUTATION ANALYSIS OF DILATED CARDIOMYOPATHY IN CYNOMOLGUS MONKEY (MACACA FASCICULARIS) PEDIGREE
N. Ageyama*1, H. Koie2, K. Kanayama2, T. Sakai2, T. Sankai1, K. Terao1
1Tsukuba Primate Research Center, National Institute of Biomedical Innovation, Japan, 2Department of Veterinary Medicine, College of Bioresource Sciences, Nihon University, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
MUTATIONS CREATING NOVEL SPECTRAL TYPES OF ATELID L/M OPSIN ALLELES AND THE NATURAL SELECTION ACTING TO MAINTAIN ALLELIC POLYMORPHISM OF L/M OPSIN GENES IN WILD POPULATIONS OF NEW WORLD MONKEYS
S. Kawamura*1, Y. Matsumoto1, N. Ozawa1, T. Hiwatashi1, Y. Okabe1, T. Tsutsui1, C. Hiramatsu1, A.D. Melin2, H. Innan3, C.M. Schaffner4, F. Aureli5, L.M. Fedigan2
1University of Tokyo, Japan, 2University of Calgary, Canada, 3Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 4University of Chester, United Kingdom, 5Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ecology of vision: Colour and light  -  16:00-18:00
NATURALIZING THE CAPTIVE ENVIRONMENT OF SLENDER LORISES (LORIS LYDEKKERIANUS NORDICUS) VIA OLFACTORY ENRICHMENT
K.M. Ablard*1, K.A.I. Nekaris1
1Simon Fraser University, Canada, 2Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Olfactory communication in nocturnal and cathermeral primates  -  10:00-12:20
NEGOTIATING TOLERANCE IN FREE-RANGING REHABILITANT ORANGUTANS
P. Kuncoro*1, A. Russon2
1York University, Canada, 2Glendon College, York University, Canada
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Innovation in Orangutans  -  16:00-18:00
NEONATAL IMITATION IN RELATION TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF ACTION CHAINS IN RHESUS MACAQUES
P.F. Ferrari*1, A. Paukner2, A. Ruggiero2, L. Darcey2, S. Unbehagen2, S.J. Suomi2
1Universita' di Parma, Italy, 2NIH, NICHD, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Social cognitive development in monkeys, apes and humans (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
NEPOTISTIC BACK-SCRATCHING: PATTERNS OF GROOMING AMONG CAPTIVE FEMALE SPIDER MONKEYS
M.A. Rodrigues
Ohio State University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
NEST BUILDING IN WILD ORANGUTANS: COGNITIVE AND CULTURAL VARIATION ACROSS POPULATIONS
A. Gibson
University Zurich, Switzerland
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
NEST-BUILDING ECOLOGY OF PAN TROGLODYTES VELLEROSUS AT GASHAKA, NIGERIA
A. Fowler*1, U. Buba2, V. Sommer3
1Max Plank Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2Gashaka Primate Project, Nigeria, 3University College London, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Biology and conservation of the most endangered apes in Africa (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
NESTING CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CROSS RIVER GORILLA (GORILLA GORILLA DIEHLI) AT KAGWENE MOUNTAIN, CAMEROON
A. Ekinde*2, J.L. Sunderland-Groves1
1CIFOR, Indonesia, 2Wildlife Conservation Society, Cameroon
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
NEURAL CORRELATES OF FACIAL RECOGNITION IN CHIMPANZEES
E.E. Hecht*1, L.A. Parr1, S.K. Barks1, T.M. Preuss1, J.K. Rilling1, J.R. Votaw1
1Emory University, United States, 2Yerkes National Primate Research Center, United States
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
NEURAL CORRELATES OF GESTURE-VOCAL COMMUNICATION IN CHIMPANZEES: A COMBINED PET-MRI STUDY
W.D. Hopkins*1, J.P. Taglialatela1
1Yerkes National Primate Research Center, United States, 2Agnes Scott College, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Gestural communication and the question of language origin  -  10:00-12:20
NEW PRIMATE HINDLIMB ELEMENTS FROM THE MIDDLE EOCENE OF CHINA
D.L. Gebo*, M. Dagosto, X. Ni, C. Beard
Northern Illinois University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Functional anatomy & palaeobiology: Palaeobiology  -  13:30-15:30
NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR UNDERSTANDING PRIMATE MASTICATORY FORM, FUNCTION AND EVOLUTION: A PORTABLE SYSTEM FOR ASSESSING JAW-MUSCLE FUNCTION IN THE FIELD
S.H. Williams*1, C.J. Vinyard2, K.E. Glander3, M. Deffenbaugh1, C.L. Thompson1
1Ohio University, United States, 2NEOUCOM, United States, 3Duke University, United States, 4Johns Hopkins University, United States, 5Kent State University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Emerging methods in field primatology  -  10:00-12:20
NICHE DIFFERENTIATION OF TWO SYMPATRIC COLOBINES, SIMIAS CONCOLOR AND PRESBYTIS POTENZIANI ON SIBERUT ISLAND, INDONESIA.
Susilo Hadi*1, Thomas Ziegler3, Keith Hodges3
1Georg-August University of Göttingen, Germany, 2Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia, 3German Primate Centre, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The Siberut Conservation Programme: Integrating field research and applied conservation (part I)  -  10:30-12:30
NON-HUMAN PRIMATES MASK SIGNS OF PAIN
R. Plesker*1, V. Mayer2
1Paul-Ehrlich-Institut, Germany, 2Medical doctor, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Expression  -  13:30-15:30
NON-INVASIVE BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH WITH AFRICAN APES IN AFRICAN SANCTUARIES
B. Hare
Duke University, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - The use of great apes for invasive research: Science, policy, welfare, and current events  -  10:00-12:20
NON-INVASIVE SALIVARY COLLECTION TECHNIQUES IN CAPTIVE BROWN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)
M.E. Benitez*, S.F. Anestis, L.R. Santos, R.G. Bribiescas
Yale University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
NON-NUTRITIVE TREE GOUGING IN WILD MILNE-EDWARDS’ SIFAKAS (PROPITHECUS EDWARDSI): DESCRIPTION AND POTENTIAL COMMUNICATIVE FUNCTIONS
E.R. Patel*, C. Girard-Buttoz
Cornell University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Olfactory communication in nocturnal and cathermeral primates  -  10:00-12:20
NUT-CRACKING & NUT-CRACKER? - ETHO-ARCHAEOLOGY IN PAN SITES AT BOSSOU AND DIECKÉ, GUINEA, WESTERN AFRICA
S. Carvalho*1, T. Matsuzawa2, W.C. McGrew1
1University of Cambridge-Leverhulme Centre for Human Evolutionary Studies, United Kingdom, 2University of Kyoto-Primate Research Institute, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Comparing percussive tool use in chimpanzees and capuchins (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
NUT-CRACKING AND THE CHIMPANZEES OF THE NIMBA MOUNTAINS, GUINEA, WEST AFRICA: AN EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF APE TECHNOLOGY
K. Koops*1, W.C. McGrew1, T. Matsuzawa2
1Leverhulme Centre for Human Evolutionary Studies, Department of Biological Anthropology, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2Primate Research Institute, University of Kyoto, Japan
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Field experiments: The challenges and benefits of using experimental methods in field research (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
NUTRITIONAL AND DIGESTIVE CHALLENGES TO BEING A GUM-FEEDING PRIMATE
M.L. Power1
1Smithsonian National Zoological Park, United States, 2American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - The evolution of exudativory in primates (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
NUTRITIONAL ECOLOGY OF SOUTHERN MURIQUIS (BRACHYTELES ARACHNOIDES ) INHABITTING THE LAST REMNANT OF CONTINUOUS BRAZILIAN ATLANTIC FOREST
M.G. Talebi*1, P.C. Lee2
1Pró-Muriqui Association, Brazil, 2University of Stirling, Dept of Psychology, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Feeding ecology  -  16:00-18:00
OBJECT VERSUS PICTURE RECOGNITION OF A SNAKE PREDATOR BY CAPTIVE BLACK TUFTED-EAR MARMOSETS
N. Emile, I. Gonçalves Jr, M. Barros*
University of Brasilia, Brazil
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
OBJECTIVE BEHAVIOURAL TESTS OF TEMPERAMENT IN VERVET MONKEYS
L.A. Fairbanks*, M.J. Jorgensen
UCLA, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - How do we know that primate personality is real and useful?  -  10:00-12:20
OBSERVATIONS OF BIRTH IN FREE-RANGING JAPANESE MACAQUES
S.E. Turner*1, L.M. Fedigan1, M. Nakamichi2, H. Nobuhara3, T. Nobuhara3, K. McKenna4, H.D. Matthews5, K. Shimizu6
1University of Calgary, Canada, 2Osaka University, Japan, 3Awajishima Monkey Center, Japan, 4McGill University, Canada, 5Concordia University, Canada, 6Kyoto University, Japan
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Parenting and development: Mothers  -  13:30-15:30
OF MONKEYS AND MEN: HUMAN-MACAQUE CONFLICT IN NORTHERN INDIA
S. Chaudhury1, A. Sinha*2
1Conservation International - Centre for Applied Biodiversity Sciences, United States, 2Nature Conservation Foundation, India
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Evolutionary ecology of coexistence of nonhuman and human primates: Lessons from South Asia  -  13:30-15:30
OLFACTORY COMMUNICATION IN CATHEMERAL AND NOCTURNAL STREPSIRHINES: A COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT
I.C. Colquhoun
University of Western Ontario, Canada
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Olfactory communication in nocturnal and cathermeral primates  -  10:00-12:20
OLIVE COLOBUS MONKEYS PRODUCE UNIT AND COMBINATION CALLS IN CONTEXT-SPECIFIC WAYS
Jean-Claude Bene1, Inza Kone2, Abdoulaye Bah2, Klaus Zuberbuhler*3
1Centre Suisse de Recherches Scientifiques en Côte d’Ivoire, Cote D'Ivoire, 2Université de Cocody, Cote D'Ivoire, 3University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Vocalizations  -  10:00-12:20
ON FINDING AN OBVIOUS, LINEAR DOMINANCE HIERARCHY IN A GROUP OF WILD, NON-PROVISIONED PATAS MONKEYS (ERYTHROCEBUS PATAS) IN LAIKIPIA, KENYA
L.A. Isbell
University of California, Davis, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Dominance, paternity and kinship  -  10:00-12:20
ONTOGENY AND CANINE DIMORPHISM IN WILD RING-TAILED LEMURS (LEMUR CATTA)
M.L. Sauther*1, F.P. Cuozzo1
1University of Colorado, United States, 2University of North Dakota, United States
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Functional anatomy & paleobiology: Functional morphology  -  16:00-18:00
ONTOGENY AND PHYLETIC SIZE CHANGE IN LIVING AND FOSSIL STREPSIRRHINES
M.J. Ravosa
University of Missouri School of Medicine, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Primate body size: A multiple-level perspective  -  10:00-12:20
OPPORTUNITIES FOR SOCIAL LEARNING OF NUT-CRACKING BEHAVIOUR BY TWO POPULATIONS OF CAPUCHIN MONKEYS: SEMI-FREE RANGING (CEBUS SP.) AND WILD CERRADO POPULATION (CEBUS LIBIDINOSUS)
C.G. Coelho*, E.D. Ramos-da-Silva, E.B. Ottoni
Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Comparing percussive tool use in chimpanzees and capuchins (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
ORIGIN OF AIDS: HIV-1 LIKE VIRUSES IN WILD CHIMPANZEE AND GORILLA POPULATIONS IN CAMEROON
C. Neel*1, F. Van Heuverswyn1, Y. Li3, B. Keele3, J. Takehisa3, B. Yangda2, E. Mpoudi Ngole2, E. Delaporte1, B. Hahn3, M. Peteers1
1IRD, UMR 145, France, 2PRESICA Project, Cameroon, 3University of Alabama, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Health & disease: Primate zoonoses  -  16:00-18:00
OUTCOME OF APPROACHES IN WILD SPIDER MONKEYS
F. Aureli*1, C.M. Schaffner1
1Research Centre in Evolutionary Anthropology and Palaeoecology, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, 2Department of Psychology, University of Chester, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Relationships  -  10:00-12:20
OUTDOOR HOUSING: EVALUATION OF WELFARE CONSIDERATIONS
H.M. Buchanan-Smith*1, I. Badihi1, V. Melfi2
1University of Stirling, United Kingdom, 2Whitley Wildlife Conservation Trust, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Application of the IPS Captive Care Guidelines for Primates: Principles in practice  -  13:30-15:30
PAN ECONOMICUS – CHIMPANZEES ARE RATIONAL MAXIMIZERS IN AN ULTIMATUM GAME
K. Jensen*, J. Call, M. Tomasello
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Games  -  13:30-15:30
PANDEMIC HUMAN VIRUSES CAUSE DECLINE OF ENDANGERED GREAT APES
S. Köndgen1, H. Kühl2, P. Ngoran2, C. Boesch2, F.H. Leendertz*1
1Robert Koch-Institute, Germany, 2Max-Planck-Institute for evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Ape conservation biology  -  10:00-12:20
PARTICIPATORY ECOLOGICAL MONITORING OF BIODIVERSITY: IMPLICATING VILLAGERS IN PRIMATE CONSERVATION
Anna Feistner*, Pascal Rabeson
Centre ValBio, Madagascar
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation method and monitoring  -  16:00-18:00
PATERNITY AND SOCIAL RANK IN BUDONGO FOREST CHIMPANZEES
N.E. Newton-Fisher*1, M. Emery Thompson2, V. Reynolds3, C. Boesch4, L. Vigilant4
1University of Kent, United Kingdom, 2Harvard University, United States, 3University of Oxford, United Kingdom, 4Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Dominance, paternity and kinship  -  10:00-12:20
PATTERNS OF FEEDING ON ANIMAL MATTER IN TAIWANESE MACAQUES (MACACA CYCLOPIS) AT FUSHAN EXPERIMENTAL FOREST, TAIWAN
Y. Teng*, H. Su
National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
PEACEKEEPING IN THE FOREST: RECONCILIATION IN WILD SIFAKA (PROPITHECUS VERREAUXI)
Ivan Norscia*, Daniela Antonacci, Elisabetta Palagi
Museo di Storia Naturale, Università di Pisa, Italy
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & Societies: Conflict, tension and reconciliation  -  10:00-12:20
PERCEPTION AND MEASUREMENT OF SYMMETRY AND SEXUAL DIMORPHISM IN THE FACES OF HUMANS AND MACAQUE MONKEYS
A.C. Little*1, C. Waitt2, B.C. Jones3
1University of Stirling, United Kingdom, 2Oxford University, United Kingdom, 3University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Female sexual strategies  -  10:30-12:30
PERCEPTION OF SOCIAL CAUSALITY: A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVE
S. Itakura
Kyoto University, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Social cognitive development in monkeys, apes and humans (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
PERFORMANCE OF COTTONTOP TAMARINS (SAGUINUS OEDIPUS) ON A FOOD DONATION TASK: A COMPARISON WITH CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) AND COMMON MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)
K.A. Cronin*1, C.T. Snowdon1, J.B. Silk2
1University of Wisconsin, United States, 2University of California, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Cooperation, reciprocity and response to inequity (part I)  -  10:30-12:30
PERSONALITY AND SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING IN BONOBOS
S. Van Coillie1, J.J.M. Pereboom1, A. Weiss*2
1Centre for Research and Conservation, Royal Zoological Society of Antwerp, Belgium, 2Scottish Primate Research Group, The University of Edinburgh, Department of Psychology, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Welfare & management: Captive apes  -  16:00-18:00
PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT OF ZOO HOUSED PRIMATES
K.R. Knight*, S. Lea, V. Melfi
University of Exeter, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
PERSONALITY, DEVELOPMENT AND GENE X ENVIRONMENT INTERACTIONS IN PRIMATES
S.J. Suomi
National Institute of Chikld health & Human Development, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - How do we know that primate personality is real and useful?  -  10:00-12:20
PERSONALITY, SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING, AND RATER BIAS IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)
M.J. Adams*, A. Weiss
University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
PHENOTYPE AND FUNCTION OF NATURAL KILLER CELLS IN CYNOMOLGUS MONKEYS
Hiroaki Shibata*, Keiji Terao
National institute of biomedical Innovation, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
PHENOTYPE, FUNCTION AND ORIGIN OF PERIPHERAL CD4+CD8+ T LYMPHOCYTES IN CYNOMOLGUS MONKEYS: NOVEL MODEL FOR HUMAN AGING
K.T. Terao
Tsukuba Primate Research Center, National Institute of Biomedical InnovationNational Institute, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
PHONEME DISCRIMINATION ABILITY IN A LOWLAND GORILLA THAT IS SIMILAR TO HUMANS
C. Nunes*, M. Goodreau, F. Patterson
The Gorilla Foundation, United States
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Learning and perception  -  10:00-12:20
PHYLETIC POSITION AND DISPERSAL ROUTE OF PARADOLICHOPITHECUS AND PROCYNOCEPHALUS, LARGE-BODIED CERCOPITHECINES FROM THE LATE PLIOCENE TO EARLY PLEISTOCENE OF EURASIA
M. Takai*1, E.N. Maschenko2, T.D. Nishimura1
1Primate Res. Inst., Kyoto Univ., Japan, 2Paleontological Inst., Russian Academy of Science, Russian Federation
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
PHYLOGENETIC ANALYSES OF CHIMPANZEE BEHAVIOUR: THE IMPORTANCE OF HISTORY IN THE STUDY OF SOCIAL LEARNING AND CULTURE
S.J. Lycett
University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Identifying social learning in the wild: Implications for culture (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
PHYLOGEOGRAPHY AND POPULATION STRUCTURE OF THE YUNNAN SNUB-NOSED MONKEY (RHINOPITHECUS BIETI, COLOBINAE, CERCOPITHECIDAE) INFERRED FROM MITOCHONDRIAL DNA AND MICROSATELLITE LOCI
Zhijin Liu*1, Baoping Ren1, Fuwen Wei1, Yongcheng Long2, Yanli Hao1, Ming Li1
1Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, 2The Nature Conservancy, China
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered Papers - Odd-nosed monkeys 1  -  13:30-15:30
PHYLOGEOGRAPHY OF MESOAMERICAN HOWLER MONKEYS
L. Cortes-Ortiz
University of Michigan, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Eco- and phylo- geography  -  13:30-15:30
PHYSICAL COGNITION IN THREE CERCOPITHECINE MONKEYS
O. Petit*1, M. Herrenschmidt1, J. Call2
1CNRS, France, 2MPI, Germany
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Comparative cognition  -  10:00-12:20
PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF THE TANA RIVER MANGABEY (CERCOCEBUS GALERITUS) DIET
J. Wieczkowski*1, C.B. Mowry2, E.S. Dierenfeld3
1University of West Georgia, United States, 2Berry College, United States, 3Saint Louis Zoo, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
PLANNING TOKEN EXCHANGES IN ORANGUTANS
V. Dufour*1, M. Pelé2, J. Call3
1School of Psychology, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, 2Département Ecologie, Physiologie & Ethologie, IPHC, Centre National pour la Recherche Scientifique, Université Louis Pasteur de Strasbourg, France, 3Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
PLANT FOOD AND TOOL SHARING IN WILD CHIMPANZEES
T. Humle*1, K. Hockings2, G. Ohashi3, T. Matsuzawa3
1Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University, Japan, 2Department of Psychology, University of Stirling, United Kingdom, 3Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Cooperation, reciprocity and response to inequity (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
PLENARY - BABOON NATURAL HISTORIES
L. Barrett
University of Lethbridge, Canada
Friday 8th August:  Baboon natural histories - Louise Barrett  -  08:30-09:30
PLENARY - PRIMATE EVOLUTION: THE GENERAL FRAMEWORK REVISITED
Robert Martin
The Field Museum, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Primate evolution: The general framework revisited - Robert Martin  -  08:30-09:30
PLENARY - PRIMATE POPULATIONS: WHERE BEHAVIORAL VARIATION, LIFE HISTORIES, AND CONSERVATION COINCIDE
K.B. Strier
University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Primate populations: Where behavioral variation, life histories, and conservation coincide - Karen Strier  -  08:30-09:30
PLENARY: LIVING LINKS TO HUMAN EVOLUTION: PRIMATES AND THE ORIGINS OF CULTURE
A. Whiten
University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Living links to human evolution: Primates and the origins of culture - Andrew Whiten  -  09:00-10:00
PONTIFICATING PROSIMIANS: DOES VOCAL TRACT ANATOMY INFLUENCE CALL REPERTOIRE?
M.L. Becker*1, J.C. Kahane2, J.D. Newman1, T.D. Smith3, A.M. Burrows4
1NIH-NICHD, Unit on Developmental Neuroethology, United States, 2AUSP, The University of Memphis, United States, 3Slippery Rock University, United States, 4Duquesne University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Morphological correlates of non-human primate vocalizations: What's the sound of size, sex and species (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
POPULATION DYNAMICS AND DISTRIBUTION OF BROWN AND RINGTAILED LEMURS AT BERENTY RESERVE – SOUTHEASTERN MADAGASCAR
Josia Razafindramanana*1, Alison Jolly2, Rija Rasamimanana3
1ESSA University of Antananarivo, Madagascar, 2Sussex University, United Kingdom, 3PAMM, Madagascar
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation and ecology in Madagascar  -  10:00-12:20
POPULATION GENETICS OF GREAT APES IN NIGERIA AND CAMEROON: STATUS AND PROSPECTS FOR THE FUTURE
M.K. Gonder*1, N.M. Anthony2
1University at Albany, United States, 2University of New Orleans, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Biology and conservation of the most endangered apes in Africa (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
POPULATION STATUS OF FRANÇOIS’ LANGURS IN CHINA
Zhaoyuan Li*, Jinrong Xiong, Dong Yang, Shihua Gong, Baojian Huang
Southwest Forestry College, China
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
POPULATION VIABILITY ANALYSIS OF SEVERAL MALAGASY RAINFOREST LEMURS: IMPLICATIONS OF HUNTING, DEFORESTATION, AND A COMBINED THREAT MODEL
C. Golden*, S. Veran
University of California, Berkeley, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation and ecology in Madagascar  -  10:00-12:20
POSITIVE EMOTIONAL EXPRESSIONS IN CHIMPANZEE INFANTS
K. Thorsteinsson*, K. Ross, K. Bard
University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Social cognitive development in monkeys, apes and humans (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
POSSIBLE PRESENCE OF SENSITIVITY TO GLUTEN (CELIAC DISEASE) AMONG CAPTIVE PRIMATES OF THE SUBFAMILY CALLITRICHINAE
Danilo Simonini Teixeira*, Alexandre Tavares, Rodrigo Almeida, Maria Clotilde Tavares, Rita Martins, Lenora Goldolfi, Riccardo Pratesi
Universty of Brazilian, Brazil
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
POST NASAL TRIP OR IS IT? THE VOCAL MECHANISMS ASSOCIATED WITH SOUND PRODUCTION IN EULEMUR MACACO
M.E. Kovacik*1, M.L. Becker2, J.C. Kahane3, T.D. Smith4, A.M. Burrows5
1University of Pittsburgh, United States, 2NIH-NICHD-Unit on Developmental Neuroethology, United States, 3AUSP-University of Memphis, United States, 4Slippery Rock University, United States, 5Duquesne University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Morphological correlates of non-human primate vocalizations: What's the sound of size, sex and species (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
POST-CONFLICT INTERACTIONS OF CAPTIVE BONOBOS (PAN PANISCUS)
M.H.M. van Dongen*1, J.J.M. Pereboom2, E.H.M. Sterck3
1University of Antwerp, Belgium, 2Centre for Research and Conservation, Belgium, 3Utrecht University, Netherlands
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & Societies: Conflict, tension and reconciliation  -  10:00-12:20
POSTCOPULATORY BEHAVIOUR IN RELATION TO FEMALE MATE PREFERENCES OF WILD CHIMPANZEES IN KANYAWARA
K. Pieta*1, R.W. Wrangham2
1University of Vienna, Dep. Anthropology, Austria, 2Harvard University, Dep. Anthropolgy, United States
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Female sexual strategies  -  10:30-12:30
PREDATOR-SENSITIVE FORAGING IN WEDGE-CAPPED CAPUCHINS (CEBUS OLIVACEUS): EXPERIMENTATION TO INVESTIGATE VULNERABILITY AND RISK
L.E. Miller
MiraCosta College, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Field experiments: The challenges and benefits of using experimental methods in field research (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
PREDICTORS OF ALLOMATERNAL CARE IN CEBUS CAPUCINUS
S.D. Carnegie*1, L.M. Fedigan1, T.E. Ziegler2
1University of Calgary, Canada, 2University of Calgary, Canada, 3National Primate Research Center, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Cooperative breeding in primates: Expanding our perspectives on taxonomic distribution and mechanisms (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
PREFERRED CONTENTS OF MOVIES AS AN ENRICHMENT METHOD FOR JAPANESE MACAQUES
Tadatoshi Ogura*, Masayuki Tanaka
Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
PRELIMINARY EVIDENCE FOR SEQUENTIAL LIST-LEARNING BY A WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLA (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA): PERFORMANCE MEASURES AND ANALYSIS OF ERRORS.
S.R. Ross*, K.E. Wagner, E.V. Lonsdorf
Lester E. Fisher Center for the Study and Conservation of Apes, Lincoln Park Zoo, United States
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Learning and perception  -  10:00-12:20
PRELIMINARY STUDY ON THE FEEDING ECOLOGY OF THE SOUTHERN GENTLE LEMUR, HAPALEMUR MERIDIONALIS, IN THE MANDENA LITTORAL FOREST, SOUTHEASTERN MADAGASCAR
T.M. Eppley*, G. Donati
Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
PREVALENCE AND HOMOGENEITY OF TOOL USING BEHAVIORS AMONG WILD CHIMPANZEES IN NORTHERN CONGO
C.M. Sanz*1, D.B. Morgan2
1Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2Lester E. Fisher Center for the Study and Conservation of Apes, Lincoln Park Zoo, United States
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Tool use and cognition  -  16:00-18:00
PREVALENCE OF RIGHT-HANDEDNESS DURING INTRA-SPECIFIC, INTER-SPECIFIC GESTURES AND CLAPPING IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE ORIGIN OF LANGUAGE
A. Meguerditchian*1, J. Vauclair1, W.D. Hopkins2
1University of Provence, Research Center in Psychology of Cognition, Language & Emotion, France, 2Yerkes National Primate Research Center, United States
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Ape gestures  -  10:30-12:30
PRIMARY SEED DISPERSAL BY TAMARINS INTO A SECONDARY FOREST
L. Culot*1, F.J.J. Muñoz Lazo2, M-C. Huynen1, E.W. Heymann3
1Université de Liège, Belgium, 2Universidad Nacional de la Amazonía Peruana, Peru, 3Deutsches Primatenzentrum, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
PRIMATE BREEDING COLONIES: RESOURCES FOR EVIDENCE-BASED WELFARE RESEARCH
Paul Honess*1, Corri Waitt1, Carolina Marin2, Moshe Bushmitz3, Mary-Ann Griffiths5, Mellissa Nixon4, Sarah Wolfensohn1
1University of Oxford, United Kingdom, 2Complutense University, Spain, 3BFC, Israel, 4CFM, United Kingdom, 5Bioculture Mauritius, Mauritius
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Health & welfare  -  16:00-18:00
PRIMATE CONSERVATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY: A GLOBAL OVERVIEW
R.A. Mittermeier
Conservation International, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Assessing the conservation status of the world's primates: Key issues and challenges (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
PRIMATE DEFECATION PATTERNS: IMPLICATIONS FOR SEED DISPERSAL PROCESS
Gabriela Ponce-Santizo*2, Ellen Andresen1
1Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico, 2Wildlife Conservation Society, Guatemala
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Foraging  -  16:00-18:00
PRIMATE DENSITIES IN A PEAT SWAMP FOREST OF NORTHERN SIBERUT (INDONESIA)
Marcel Quinten*1, Matthias Waltert1, Keith Hodges2
1Georg-August University of Göttingen , Germany, 2German Primate Centre, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The Siberut Conservation Programme: Integrating field research and applied conservation (part I)  -  10:30-12:30
PRIMATE GUMMIVORY – A 20-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE. WHAT NEXT?
L.T. Nash*1, A.M. Burrows2
1Arizona State University, United States, 2Duquesne University, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - The evolution of exudativory in primates (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
PRIMATE LOCOMOTION: TOWARDS A SYNERGY OF IN SITU AND EX SITU RESEARCH
E.E. Vereecke*1, K. D'Aout2, P. Aerts2
1The University of Liverpool, United Kingdom, 2The University of Antwerp, Belgium, 3The Centre for Research and Conservation, Belgium
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Studying primate locomotion: Linking in situ and ex situ research (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
PRIMATE PERSONALITY: THEORY, APPROACHES, AND ASSESSMENT METHODS
J. Uher
Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - How do we know that primate personality is real and useful?  -  10:00-12:20
PRIMATE TIBIAE FROM THE MIDDLE EOCENE SHANGHUANG FISSURE-FILLINGS OF EASTERN CHINA
M. Dagosto*1, D.L. Gebo2, X. Ni3, K. Beard4, T. Qi5
1Feinberg School of Medicine, United States, 2Northern Illinois University, United States, 3American Museum of Natural History, United States, 4Carnegie Museum of Natural History, United States, 5Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, China
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Functional anatomy & palaeobiology: Palaeobiology  -  13:30-15:30
PRIMATE VETERINARIANS: COLLABORATORS WITH FIELD AND LABORATORY PRIMATOLOGISTS
Susanne Rensing*1, D. Rick Lee1
1Covance Laboratories, Germany, 2Charles River Laboratories, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
PRIMATES ON THE EDGE: CONSERVATION OF NONHUMAN PRIMATES IN THE FRAGMENTED HABITATS IN THE UPPER BRAHMAPUTRA VALLEY, NORTHEASTERN INDIA
Narayan Sharma*1, M.D. Madhusudan2, Anindya Sinha1
1National Institute of Advanced Studies, India, 2Nature Conservation Foundation, India
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Evolutionary ecology of coexistence of nonhuman and human primates: Lessons from South Asia  -  13:30-15:30
PRIMATE-TO-HUMAN TRANSMISSION OF SIMIAN FOAMY VIRUS IN DIVERSE CONTEXTS IN SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST ASIA
L. Jones-Engel*1, G. Engel3, A. Rompis4, N. Aggimarangsee7, M. Chalise6, M. Feeroz5, M. Linial2
1University of Washington- NPRC, United States, 2Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, United States, 3Swedish Hospital, United States, 4Universitas Udayana, Indonesia, 5Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh, 6Tribhuvan University, Nepal, 7Chiang Mai University, Thailand
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Health & disease: Primate zoonoses  -  16:00-18:00
PRIMATOLOGY IN PRINT: A META-ANALYSIS OF THE EVOLVING IDENTITY OF THE FIELD
D.L. Durham
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, United States
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
PRINCIPLES OF ORGANIZATION OF THE CIRCUITS OF PRIMATE NEOCORTEX
J.C. Anderson*1, H. Kennedy1, K.A.C. Martin1
1Institute for Neuroinformatics, Switzerland, 2Cerveau et Vision INSERM 371, France
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
PRIORITIES, APPLICATIONS AND MONITORING: LEARNING FROM THE AMAZON PRIMATE RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
W. Spironello*, M. Gordo, M. Noronha, S. Boyle, C. de Freitas, B. Bezerra, A. Barnett
INPA, Brazil
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Primate ecology and conservation: Lessons from central Amazonia  -  10:00-12:20
PROBING INTO EMOTIONAL WORLD OF CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)
Masaki Tomonaga*1, Yuu Mizuno2, Fumihiro Kano1
1Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan, 2Chubu Gakuin University, Japan
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Facial expression in primates: Measurement, meaning and function (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
PRODUCTION OF FOOD-ASSOCIATED CALLS IN WILD CHIMPANZEES IS AUDIENCE DEPENDENT
K.E. Slocombe*, K. Zuberbühler
University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Meaning and function of primate vocalisations and gestures: Monkeys and apes (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
PROFILES OF CORTISOL EXCRETION DURING REPRODUCTION IN RED-BELLIED LEMURS (EULEMUR RUBRIVENTER) IN RANOMAFANA NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR
S.R. Tecot1
1Stony Brook University, United States, 2University of Texas - Austin, United States, 3Institute for the Conservation of Tropical Environments, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Cooperative breeding in primates: Expanding our perspectives on taxonomic distribution and mechanisms (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
PROTEIN CONSERVATION IN WILD PRIMATES: MEASURING VARIATION IN ENERGY UTILIZATION IN THE FIELD
E.R. Vogel*1, B.E. Crowely1, C.D. Knott2, N.J. Dominy1
1University of California - Santa Cruz, United States, 2Harvard University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Emerging methods in field primatology  -  10:00-12:20
PROXIMATE DETERMINANTS OF SEASONAL CHANGES IN FECAL GLUCOCORTICOID LEVELS IN WILD SYKES MONKEYS (CERCOPITHECUS MITIS ALBOGULARIS) AT GEDE RUINS, KENYA.
S. Foerster*1, S. Monfort2
1Columbia University, Dept. of Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology, United States, 2National Zoological Park, Conservation and Research Center, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
PUTTING APE CONSERVATION INTO PRACTICE IN NIGERIA AND CAMEROON
A. Dunn*1, J. Oates5, A. Nicholas4, Y. Warren4, J. Sunderland-Groves6, B. Morgan3, E. Abwe3, R. Bergl2
1Wildlife Conservation Society, Nigeria, 2North Carolina Zoological Society, United States, 3Conservation and Research for Endangered Species (CRES), Zoological Society of San Diego, Cameroon, 4Wildlife Conservation Society, Cameroon, 5Hunter College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York, United States, 6Center for International Forestry Research, Indonesia
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Biology and conservation of the most endangered apes in Africa (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
PUTTING PRIMATES INTO THE LANDSCAPE OF FEAR
R.A. Hill*1, E.P. Willems1, B. Logan2
1Durham University, United Kingdom, 2Nottingham University, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Predation and time constraints  -  10:30-12:30
QUANTIFYING SOCIAL LEARNING PROCESSES IN MONKEY POPULATIONS
J.R. Kendal
University of Durham, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Identifying social learning in the wild: Implications for culture (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
QUANTITY VS. QUALITY: COMPARING THE NUTRITIVE VALUE OF FRUITS AND GUMS CONSUMED BY CHEIROGALEIDS
F. Genin*1, J.U. Ganzhorn2
1University of Fort Hare, Department of Zoology, South Africa, 2Zoologisches Institut und Zoologisches Museum, Germany
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - The evolution of exudativory in primates (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
RANGING PATTERNS AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR OF THE RED SLENDER LORIS (LORIS TARDIGRADUS TARDIGRADUS): A RADIO-TELEMETRY STUDY IN A LOWLAND RAINFOREST IN SRI LANKA
L. Bernede*1, A. Gunawardene2, K.A.I. Nekaris1
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ranging  -  10:00-12:20
RANGING PATTERNS IN BWINDI MOUNTAIN GORILLAS: THE ROLE OF SPATIAL MEMORY, FOOD RESOURCE DISTRIBUTION AND INTERGROUP DYNAMICS
D. Caillaud*1, M. Gray3, J. Ganas1, E. Kagoda4, A. Tumukunde1, J.B. Nkurunungi1, A. McNeilage2, M.M. Robbins1
1Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2Wildlife Conservation Society, United States, 3The International Gorilla Conservation Program, Kenya, 4Uganda Wildlife Authority, Uganda
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ranging  -  10:00-12:20
RANGING PATTERNS OF CHIMPANZEES IN THE NIMBA MOUNTAINS, GUINEA AND CÔTE D’IVOIRE, WEST AFRICA
N. Granier*1, M.C. Huynen1, T. Matsuzawa2
1Behavioural Biology Unit, University of Liège, Belgium, 2Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ranging  -  10:00-12:20
RAPID DECLINE IN SIZE OF THE LARGEST RECORDED GROUP OF MOUNTAIN GORILLAS (GORILLA BERINGEI BERINGEI), VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK, RWANDA
V. Vecellio*, F. Ndagijimana, T. Ngaboyamahina, K. Fawcett
Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International, Karisoke Research Center, Rwanda
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
RECOGNISING INNOVATIONS IN ORANG-UTANS BY USING DATA FROM THE WILD AND CAPTIVITY
S.R. Lehner*, J.M. Burkart, C.P. van Schaik
Anthroplogical Institute, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Innovation in Orangutans  -  16:00-18:00
RED HOWLER MONKEY DEMOGRAPHY: IMPLICATIONS FOR UNDERSTANDING PRIMATE LIFE HISTORY
Bernardo Urbani
Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
REDUCING THE STRESS OF CAPTURE THROUGH THE USE OF POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT TRAINING AND POSITIVE HUMAN INTERACTIONS IN COMMON MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)
V.A. Bowell*1, R.J. Rumble2, H.M. Buchanan-Smith1
1University of Stirling, United Kingdom, 2GlaxoSmithKline, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Behavioural management of captive primates: Enhancing the definition of biomedical models  -  10:00-12:20
REDUCTION AND RECOVERY OF A BLACK HOWLER MONKEY POPULATION IN RESPONSE TO A MAJOR HURRICANE
M.S.M. Pavelka*, A.M. Behie
University of Calgary, Canada
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
REFERENTIAL GESTURAL COMMUNICATION IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) IN THE WILD
S.P. Pika*1, P.M. Maciej2, J.C.M. Mitani3, K.Z. Zuberbühler4
1University of Manchester, United Kingdom, 2University of Leipzig, Germany, 3University of Michigan, United States, 4University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Meaning and function of primate vocalisations and gestures: Monkeys and apes (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
REFUTATION OF THE ‘FLOTATION’ HYPOTHESIS OF PARANASAL SINUS FUNCTION
Todd Rae*1, Thomas Koppe2
1Roehampton University, United Kingdom, 2Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University Greifswald, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Functional anatomy & palaeobiology: Palaeobiology  -  13:30-15:30
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN QUESTIONNAIRE RATING AND RECORDED BEHAVIOUR IN PERSONALITY STUDY OF HANUMAN LANGUR MALES
M. Konecna*1, A. Weiss2, S. Lhota1
1Faculty of Science, University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic, 2Scottish Primate Research Group, Department of Psychology, School of Philosophy, Psychology, and the Language Sciences, The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - How do we know that primate personality is real and useful?  -  10:00-12:20
RELATIONSHIP QUALITY AMONG WILD MALE SPIDER MONKEYS (ATELES GEOFFROYI YUCATANENSIS)
K.Y. Slater*1, C.M. Schaffner2, F. Aureli3
1Operation Wallacea, United Kingdom, 2University of Chester, United Kingdom, 3Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Relationships  -  10:00-12:20
RELATIONSHIP QUALITY AND SOCIAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN CAPTIVE MALE GORILLAS HOUSED IN BREEDER AND BACHELOR GROUPS
P.K. Pullen*1, A.B. Plowman1, L.A. Leaver2
1Whitley Wildlife Conservation Trust, United Kingdom, 2Exeter University, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN NEST BUILDING AND RANGING BEHAVIOR IN THE M GROUP CHIMPANZEES AT MAHALE, TANZANIA
Hiroshi Ihobe
Sugiyama Jogakuen University, Japan
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ranging  -  10:00-12:20
REPRODUCTIVE PARAMETERS OF FOREST-DWELLING CAPTIVE DRILL MONKEYS MANDRILLUS LEUCOPHAEUS IN NIGERIA
K.L. Wood*1, E.L. Gadsby1, S. Brault2
1Pandrillus Nigeria, Nigeria, 2University of Massachusetts, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Demography, life history and populations: Reproductive biology  -  16:00-18:00
REPRODUCTIVE PARAMETERS OVER A 37-YEAR PERIOD OF REHABILITATED FEMALE BORNEO ORANGUTANS (P. P. MORIO) AT SEPILOK ORANGUTAN REHABILITATION CENTRE
N. Kuze*1, A. Russon2, S. Sipangkui3, T. Malim3, L. Ambu3, H. Bernard4, S. Kohshima5
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2Glendon College of York University, Canada, 3Sabah Wildlife Department, Malaysia, 4Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia, 5Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
RESEARCH POSSIBILITIES ON FREE RANGING BARBARY MACAQUES IN OUTDOOR ENCLOSURES
Roland Hilgartner*1, Ellen Merz2, Jérôme Lagarrigue3, Guillaume de Turckheim4
1Affenberg Salem, Germany, 2La Montagne des Singes, France, 3La Forêt des Singes, France, 4Trentham Monkey Forest, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
RESPONSE OF SIAMANG AND AGILE GIBBONS TO CLIMATE FLUCTUATIONS IN INDONESIA
Tim O'Brien*1, Margaret Kinnaird2, Anton Nurcahya3, Meyner Nusalawo3
1Wildlife Conservation Society, United States, 2Mpala Research Centre , Kenya, 3Wildlife Conservation Society, Indonesia
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The effects of climate change on primate populations: A review of the mechanisms and theoretical predictions  -  13:30-15:30
RESPONSE TO CHILDREN’S TOYS IN COMMON MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)
R. Castelo-Branco*, M. Leitão, B. Serra, D.M.A. Pessoa, M.B.C. Sousa
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
RESPONSE TO INEQUITY IN EFFORT AND REWARD IN BROWN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)
M. van Wolkenten*1, S.F. Brosnan2, F.B.M. de Waal3
1Washington State University, United States, 2Georgia State University, United States, 3Emory University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
RESPONSES OF LEMURS TO HABITAT ALTERATION (DEGRADATION, FRAGMENTATION, AGRICULTURAL USE, RESTORATION)
J.U. Ganzhorn*1, M.T. Irwin2, J. Ratsimbazafy3, C. Schwitzer4
1Hamburg University, Germany, 2McGill University, Canada, 3Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, Madagascar, 4Bristol Zoo Gardens, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Responses of primates to habitat alteration (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
RESTORING PRIMATE COMMUNITIES: REINTRODUCTION OF MONA MONKEYS (CERCOPITHECUS MONA) TO A PROTECTED COMMUNITY FOREST IN SOUTHEAST NIGERIA
Z.J. Tooze*, S. Lemoine
Centre for Education, Research and Conservation of Primates and Nature, Nigeria
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Human interventions  -  13:30-15:30
REVEALING RHETORIC: WHAT DO REPORTS REALLY SAY ABOUT PRIMATE USE IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH?
M. Hudson
Fund for the Replacement of Animals in Medical Experiments (FRAME), United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Health & welfare  -  16:00-18:00
REVIVAL OF BONOBO RESEARCH, MONITORING AND CONSERVATION AT LILUNGU, DRC
M. Mulavwa*, M.S. Balemba
Centre de Recherche en Ecologie et Foresterie, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
RISKY INTIMATE CONTACT IN PRIMATES: COMPARATIVE TESTS OF COMPETING HYPOTHESES
J.H. Manson*1, F. Aureli2, C.M. Schaffner3, S. Perry1
1UCLA, United States, 2Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, 3University of Chester, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Relationships  -  10:00-12:20
ROCKING, CLAPPING AND GAZE: FINDING MEANING IN APE GESTURES
E.J. Ingmanson
Bridgewater State College, United States
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Ape gestures  -  10:30-12:30
ROLES OF LONGTERM RESEARCH FOR CONSERVATION OF BONOBOS AT WAMBA: HOW IT SUPPORTS COEXISTENCE OF LOCAL PEOPLE WITH BONOBOS.
Takeshi Furuichi*1, Suehisa Kuroda2, Gen'ichi Idani3, Hiroshi Ihobe4, Chie Hashimoti1, Yasuko Tashiro2, Tetsuya Sakamaki5, Daiji Kimura1, Hirokazu Yasuoka6, Ndunda Mwanza7, Mbangi Mulavwa7, Kumugo Yangozene7, Takayoshi Kano1
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2University of Shiga Prefecture, Japan, 3Hayashibara Biocehnical Laboratories, Japan, 4Sugiyama Jogakuen University, Japan, 5Meiji-Gakuin University, Japan, 6Housei University, Japan, 7Research Center for Ecology and Forestry, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Interactions between long-term research and conservation  -  16:00-18:00
ROOTS OF HUMAN ALTRUISM IN CHIMPANZEES
Felix Warneken*, Michael Tomasello
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Cooperation, reciprocity and response to inequity (part I)  -  10:30-12:30
SAVANNA CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES VERUS) AND BAOBAB FRUITS (ADANSONIA DIGITATA) AT FONGOLI, SENEGAL: PRELIMINARY RESULTS ON BEHAVIORAL DETAILS OF PERCUSSIVE TECHNOLOGY
M. Gaspersic*1, J.D. Pruetz2
1Institutum Studiorum Humanitatis, Slovenia, 2Iowa State University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
SCALE AND SELECTION PRESSURES IN THE EVOLUTION OF ANTHROPOID BODY SIZE DIMORPHISM
A.D. Gordon1
1Center for the Advanced Study of Hominid Paleobiology, United States, 2Department of Anthropology, George Washington University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Primate body size: A multiple-level perspective  -  10:00-12:20
SCAPULA MOVEMENTS AND THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO THREE-DIMENSIONAL FORELIMB EXCURSIONS IN QUADRUPED PRIMATES
M. Schmidt*, C. Krause
Friedrich Schiller Universität, Germany
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Studying primate locomotion: Linking in situ and ex situ research (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
SCENT-MARKING IN MANDRILLS (MANDRILLUS SPHINX): A CHEMICAL AND ETHOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION
S. Vaglio*1, F.R. Dani2, J. Moggi Cecchi1, B. Chiarelli1
1Laboratory of Anthropology – Department of Animal Biology and Genetics “Leo Pardi” of University of Florence, Italy, 2Mass Spectrometry Center of University of Florence, Italy
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
SCREAM-FIGHTS IN BARBARY MACAQUES: A LINK WITH COALITION FORMATION?
A. Bissonnette*, S. Preuschoft, C.P. van Schaik
Anthropological Institute, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Relationships  -  10:00-12:20
SEARCHING FOR WHAT IS WHERE IN A NOCTURNAL LEMUR: OPEN THE BLACK BOX!
J. Rossberg*, M. Joly, E. Zimmermann
University of Veterinary Medicine, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Sensory perception and cognition in prosimians (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
SEASONAL VARIATION IN RANGING OF THE SANJE MANGABEY (CERCOCEBUS SANJEI), PRELIMINARY RESULTS
E.K. Lloyd*, G. Pagès, C.L. Ehardt
University of Texas at San Antonio, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
SELECTION OF MULTI-DESTINATION FORAGING ROUTES BY CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)
C.R. Menzel*1, E.W. Menzel2, B. Chan1, J.W. Kelley1
1Language Research Center, Georgia State University, United States, 2Stony Brook University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Spatial cognition in nonhuman primates: New directions  -  10:00-12:20
SELECTION OF NONHUMAN PRIMATE SUBJECTS FOR RESEARCH: ASSESSMENTS OF ACCLIMATION TO CHANGES IN HOUSING CONDITION
S.J. Schapiro*, S.P. Lambeth, P.N. Nehete, L.E. Williams
UTMDACC, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Behavioural management of captive primates: Enhancing the definition of biomedical models  -  10:00-12:20
SELECTION OF SLEEPING SITES BY CEBUS NIGRITUS IN BRAZILIAN ATLANTIC FOREST
M.D.F. Fogaça*, P.I. Izar
University of São Paulo, Brazil
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
SEMANTIC DIFFERENCES IN SIFAKA ALARM CALLS
C. Fichtel
German Primate Center, Germany
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Meaning and function of primate vocalisations and gestures: Monkeys and apes (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
SEROPREVALENCE OF SELECTED AGENTS IN WILD AND CONFISCATED MOUNTAIN GORILLAS, CONFISCATED GRAUER’S GORILLAS AND OTHER PRIMATES IN THE VIRUNGA MASSIF
C.A. Whittier*1, F.B. Nutter2, M.K. Stoskopf1, M.R. Cranfield3
1North Carolina State University, College of Veterinary Medicine, United States, 2The Marine Mammal Center, United States, 3Mountain Gorilla Veterinary Project, Inc., Rwanda
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Health & Disease  -  13:30-15:30
SEX DIFFERENCES IN FORAGING AMONG WHITE-HANDED GIBBONS
T.Q. Bartlett
The University of Texas at San Antonio, United States
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
SEX DIFFERENCES IN LONG-TERM GROOMING RELATIONSHIPS IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)
N.F. Koyama*, K. Morrison
Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Grooming  -  13:30-15:30
SEX DIFFERENCES IN THE SONG OF INDRI INDRI
C. Giacoma*, M. Gamba, Viviana Sorrentino
University of Torino, Italy
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Morphological correlates of non-human primate vocalizations: What's the sound of size, sex and species (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
SEX SKIN COLOURATION IN MALE SULAWESI CRESTED BLACK MACAQUES (MACACA NIGRA)
A. Engelhardt*1, M. Heistermann1, D. Perwitasari-Farajallah2
1German Primate Centre, Dept. of Reproductive Biology, Germany, 2Bogor Agricultural University, India
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Primate colouration: Measurement, mechanisms and function (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
SEX-BIASED MATERNAL INVESTMENT IN THE VIRUNGA MOUNTAIN GORILLAS
W. Eckardt*1, A.W. Fletcher1, K. Fawcett2
1University of Chester, United Kingdom, 2Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International, Karisoke Research Center, Rwanda
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Parenting and development: Mothers  -  13:30-15:30
SEX-SPECIFIC PERCEPTION OF CONSPECIFIC COMMUNICATION CALLS IN GREY MOUSE LEMURS
M. Scheumann*, E. Zimmermann
University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Institute of Zoology, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Sensory perception and cognition in prosimians (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
SEX-SPECIFIC REPRODUCTIVE STRATEGIES AND PATERNITY OUTCOME IN THE BARBARY MACAQUE
M. Heistermann*1, K. Brauch1, D. Pfefferle2, A. Engelhardt1, J.K. Hodges1
1German Primate Center, Department of Reproductive Biology, Germany, 2German Primate Center, Research Group of Cognitive Ethology, Germany
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Hormonal studies of social and reproductive behaviour  -  13:30-15:30
SEXUAL SWELLINGS AS CONDITION INDICATORS: NEW INSIGHTS
E. Huchard*1, A. Courtiol1, J. Benavides1, L.A. Knapp3, M. Raymond1, G. Cowlishaw2
1Institut des Sciences de l'Evolution, France, 2Institute of Zoology, United Kingdom, 3University of Cambridge- Department of Biological Anthropology, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Female sexual strategies  -  10:30-12:30
SEXUALLY DIMORPHIC VOCAL MIMICRY IN SEXUALLY MONOCHROMATIC JUVENILE YELLOW-CHEEKED CRESTED GIBBONS: RAMIFICATIONS FOR CAPTIVE BREEDING AND IN-SITU CONSERVATION
M.J. Anderson*, F.B. Bercovitch
Zoological Society of San Diego, United States
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Vocalizations  -  10:00-12:20
SHARED OR UNSHARED CONSENSUS DECISION IN MACAQUES?
C. Sueur*, O. Petit
IPHC CNRS-ULP, France
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Decisions  -  10:00-12:20
SHARED TOUCH-PANEL TASKS FOR PAIRS OF CHIMPANZEES
C.F. Martin*1, D. Biro2, T. Matsuzawa1
1Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan, 2University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
SHORT AND LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF PROFESSIONAL THEATRE AND SCHOOL PLAY AIMED AT SENSITIZING THE HUMAN POPULATION TO CHIMPANZEE AND RAINFOREST CONSERVATION AROUND THE TAÏ NATIONAL PARK, CÔTE D’IVOIRE
Ilka Herbinger*1, Zoro Bertin Gone Bi1, Christophe Boesch2
1Wild Chimpanzee Foundation, Cote D'Ivoire, 2Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Human interventions  -  13:30-15:30
SIMIAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS (SIV) PREVALENCE AND MOLECULAR CHARACTERISTICS IN WESTERN RED COLOBUS SPECIES (PILIOCOLOBUS BADIUS BADIUS AND PILIOCOLOBUS BADIUS TEMMINCKII) FROM THE TAÏ NATIONAL PARK, CÔTE D’IVOIRE AND ABUKO NATURE RESERVE, THE GAMBIA
S. Locatelli*1, B. Lafay2, F. Liegeois1, N. Ting3, A.D. Roeder4, M.W. Bruford4, P. Formenty5, R. Noë6, E. Delaporte1, M. Peeters1
1UMR 145, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), and University of Montpellier 1, France, 2UMR CNRS-IRD 2724, France, 3Anthropology Program, City University of New York Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue and New York Consortium in Evolutionary Primatology (NYCEP), United States, 4Cardiff School of Biosciences, Museum Avenue, United Kingdom, 5World Health Organisation (WHO), Department of Communicable Diseases, Surveillance and Response (CDS/CSR), Switzerland, 6Ethologie des Primates (DEPE-IPHC-CNRS UMR 7178) and University of Louis Pasteur, France
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Health & disease: Primate zoonoses  -  16:00-18:00
SIMILAR DEFENSE-RELATED BEHAVIORS IN CAPTIVE MARMOSETS CONFRONTED WITH DIFFERENT TYPES OF POTENTIAL PREDATORS
C. Priscila, I. Gonçalves Jr., N. Emille, F. Ziller, M. Barros, C. Tomaz*
University of Brasília, Brazil
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
SKILL DEVELOPMENT IN WILD BORNEAN ORANGUTANS, AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR THE NEEDING-TO-LEARN HYPOTHESIS
C.P. van Schaik*1, K. Isler1, L. Dunkel1, A. Jaeggi1, M. Latscha1, S.A. Utami2, M.A. van Noordwijk1, E. Vogel3
1Anthropological Institute & Museum, University Zurich, Switzerland, 2Fakultas Biologi, Universitas Nasional, Indonesia, 3Anthropology & Social Science, UC Santa Cruz, United States
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Innovation in Orangutans  -  16:00-18:00
SLEEPING TREE SELECTION BY SYMPATRIC PRIMATES IN GIBBON WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, ASSAM, INDIA
Dilip Chetry*1, Rekha Chetry3, Kumud Ghosh1
1Gibbon Conservation Centre, Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary, India, 2Aaranyak, India, 3J.N.College, India
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Behavioural ecology  -  16:00-18:00
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC MOBILITY ON THE FRONTIER: SILVER PROSPECTING IN LATE 19TH CENTURY COLORADO
S.M. Glover*, M.C. Towner
University of California, Davis, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Should I stay or should I go? Dispersal opportunities, individual decisions and consequences for wild primates (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
SOCIAL BEHAVIOR OF DELACOUR’S LANGUR (TRACHYPITHECUS DELACOURI) IN VAN LONG NATURE RESERVE, VIETNAM
Vinh Thanh Nguyen*, Vu Khoi Le
Vietnam National University, Hanoi, Viet Nam
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
SOCIAL CONVENTIONS IN CEBUS AND PAN: ‘HAND-SNIFFING’ AND THE 'GROOMING HAND-CLASP’ COMPARED
R.C. O'Malley*1, L.M. Fedigan2
1University of Southern California, United States, 2University of Calgary, Canada
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Social learning and traditions  -  10:00-12:20
SOCIAL GAMES BETWEEN BONOBOS AND HUMANS: EVIDENCE FOR SHARED INTENTIONALITY?
S.P. Pika*1, K.Z. Zuberbühler2
1University of Manchester, United Kingdom, 2University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Gestural communication and the question of language origin  -  10:00-12:20
SOCIAL LEARNING OF TOOL MODIFICATION BY CHIMPANZEES USING VIDEO DEMONSTRATIONS
E.E. Price*1, S.P. Lambeth2, S.J. Schapiro2, A. Whiten1
1University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom, 2Department of Veterinary Sciences, The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Research Center, United States
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
SOCIAL NETWORK THEORY PREDICTS CONFLICT, WOUNDING AND WAR IN RHESUS MACAQUE SOCIETIES
B. McCowan*, A. Heagarty, A. Cameron
UC Davis, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & Societies: Conflict, tension and reconciliation  -  10:00-12:20
SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF THE BLACK-SHANKED DOUC (PYGATHRIX NIGRIPES) IN TWO NATIONAL PARKS IN SOUTHERN VIETNAM
Duc Hoang Minh
Institute of Tropical Biology, Viet Nam
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Odd-nosed monkeys: Evolution, behaviour and conservation (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
SOCIAL PERCEPTIONS OF CHIMPANZEES IN TOMBALI (GUINEA-BISSAU, WEST AFRICA)
S. Costa*1, C. Casanova2, P. Lee1
1University of Stirling, United Kingdom, 2Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal, 3Portuguese Primatological Association, Portugal
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS IN DIFFERENT CAPTIVE GROUPS OF BORNEAN ORANGUTANS
D. Classen*1, W. Kaumanns2
1Cologne University & Cologne Zoo, Germany, 2Cologne Zoo, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS OF MALE HAMADRYAS BABOONS (PAPIO HAMADRYAS HAMADRYAS): AGGRESSION, AFFILIATION, GREETING, COOPERATION AND TOLERANCE
F. Colmenares*, P. Polo, P. Torres-Romero
Departamento de Psicobiología, Facultad de Psicología, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Campus de Somosaguas, Spain
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & Societies: Conflict, tension and reconciliation  -  10:00-12:20
SOCIAL ROLES OF THE MAKUMBA GROUP SILVERBACK DURING INTER-GROUP INTERACTIONS AT BAI HOKOU, DZANGA-NDOKI NATIONAL PARK, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
Michelle Klailova*1, Angelique Todd2, Leanne Van der Weyde2, Olliver Wearn2, Phyllis Lee1
1University of Stirling, United Kingdom, 2Bai Hokou Primate Habituation Project, Central African Republic
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Relationships  -  10:00-12:20
SOCIAL STRATEGIES OF FATHERS AND ADULT SON ALLOPARENTS IN COOPERATIVELY BREEDING COTTONTOP TAMARINS (SAGUINUS OEDIPUS OEDIPUS)
A.J. Ginther
University of Wisconsin - Madison, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Cooperative breeding in primates: Expanding our perspectives on taxonomic distribution and mechanisms (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
SOCIAL-INTEGRATION IN CAPTIVE HAMADRYAS BABOONS (PAPIO HAMADRYAS): TRADE-OFFS BETWEEN SOCIALITY AND FEEDING AS A FUNCTION OF INDIVIDUAL COMPETENCE AND GROUP SIZE
A.J. Montiel-Castro
University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Social evolution & fission-fusion dynamics  -  13:30-15:30
SOCIO-ECOLOGIC INFLUENCES ON BIRTH RATES IN RHESUS MACAQUES IN INDIA
C.H. Southwick*1, M.F. Siddiqi1
1University of Colorado, United States, 2Aligarh Muslim University, India
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Demography, life history and populations: Reproductive biology  -  16:00-18:00
SOCIO-EMOTIONAL FACTORS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF JOINT ATTENTION IN CHIMPANZEES
K.A. Bard
University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Social cognitive development in monkeys, apes and humans (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
SONORANT, VOWEL-LIKE SOUNDS IN NONHUMAN PRIMATE VOCAL COMMUNICATION AND IN THE EVOLUTION OF HUMAN SPEECH
D. Rendall
University of Lethbridge, Canada
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Morphological correlates of non-human primate vocalizations: What's the sound of size, sex and species (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
SOUNDING OUT SPECIES: HOLES IN OUR DISTRIBUTIONAL KNOWLEDGE OF AMAZONIAN PRIMATES, AND THE POTENTIAL FOR CALL PLAYBACK AS A SURVEY TECHNIQUE
B.M. Bezerra*1, A. Barnett1, S.J. Silva Junior1, A.S. Souto1, G. Jones1
1University of Bristol, United Kingdom, 2University of Roehampton, United Kingdom, 3Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi, Brazil, 4Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Bouvet Island, 5University of Bristol, United Kingdom
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Primate ecology and conservation: Lessons from central Amazonia  -  10:00-12:20
SOUTHEAST ASIAN PRIMATE SPECIES RICHNESS CORRELATES LINEARLY WITH RAINFALL USING GIS MODELLING
Amrita Srivathsan*, Agus Salim, Myron Shekelle
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Eco- and phylo- geography  -  13:30-15:30
SPACE AVAILABILITY DOES NOT INFLUENCE PLAY BEHAVIOUR IN ADULT BONOBOS (PAN PANISCUS)
G. Tacconi*, E. Palagi
Università di Pisa Centro Interdipartimentale, Museo di Storia Naturale e del Territorio, Italy
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Play & social brains  -  13:30-15:30
SPATIAL AND NON-SPATIAL RELATIONAL MEMORY IN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)
I.C Waga*, C. Tomaz, M.C.H Tavares
University of Brasilia, Brazil
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATION IN RESOURCE DISPERSION AND HABITAT UTILISATION BY VERVET MONKEYS IN RELATION TO ENERGY AVAILABILITY.
A.S. Barrett*, P. Henzi, L. Barrett, L. Brown
UNISA, South Africa
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION AND ECOLOGICAL FACTORS DETERMINING THE OCCURRENCE OF THE RED-BELLIED GUENON CERCOPITHECUS E. ERYTHROGASTER IN BENIN AND TOGO
Georges Nobime*1, Brice Sinsin1, Jean-Marc Lernould2
1Université d'Abomey-Calavi , Benin, 2Conservation des Espèces et de Populations Animales, France
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Eco- and phylo- geography  -  13:30-15:30
SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF WILD SPIDER MONKEYS IN FISSION-FUSION SOCIETIES: SIMULTANEOUS FOLLOWS OF TWO INDIVIDUALS USING GPS
Yukiko Shimooka*1, Andres Link2, Monica Alejandra Ramirez3, Anthony Di Fiore2
1Laboratory of Human Evolution Studies, Department of Zoology, Kyoto University, Japan, 2Center for the Study of Human Origins, Department of Anthropology, New York University and the New York Consortium in Evolutionary Primatology, United States, 3Univeridad de Caldas, Colombia
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Social evolution & fission-fusion dynamics  -  13:30-15:30
SPATIAL MEMORY IN CHIMPANZEES: SINGLE-TRIAL LEARNING, 24-HOUR AND 3-MONTH LONG TERM MEMORY
N. Mendes*, J. Call
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Cogniton & communication: Memory and perception  -  16:00-18:00
SPATIAL MEMORY IN GREY MOUSE LEMURS (MICROCEBUS MURINUS)
M.L. Lührs*2, M. Dammhahn2, C. Fichtel2, P.M. Kappeler2
1Dept. Sociobiology & Anthropology, University of Göttingen, Germany, 2Dept. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology, German Primate Center, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Sensory perception and cognition in prosimians (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
SPECIES OR SUBSPECIES: THE RELATIONSHIP OF TWO COLOMBIAN LAGOTHRIX TAXA
T.R. Defler*, M.L. Bueno
Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation Genetics  -  10:00-12:20
SPELLING THE 3RS ON THE FIELD?
S. Pollo*1, C. Giacoma2
1Dipartimento di Studi filosofici ed epistemologici - "Sapienza" Università di Roma, Italy, 2Dipartimento di Biologia Animale e dell'Uomo - Università di Torino, Italy
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Welfare & management: 3Rs  -  13:30-15:30
SPONTANEOUS HELPING BEHAVIOR IN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)?
J.L. Barnes*, L.R. Santos
Yale University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
SPONTANEOUS SOCIAL ORIENTING AND GAZE FOLLOWING IN RINGTAIL LEMURS (LEMUR CATTA)
Michael Platt
Duke University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Sensory perception and cognition in prosimians (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
STATISTICAL SIGNATURES OF SOCIAL LEARNING
W.J.E. Hoppitt
University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Identifying social learning in the wild: Implications for culture (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
STATUS OF PRIMATE POPULATIONS IN THE PROTECTED AREAS OF SOUTH EAST SÃO PAULO ATLANTIC FOREST, BRAZIL
Rafael Bueno*1, Mauro Galetti2
1Pró-Muriqui, Brazil, 2Paulista State University UNESP, Brazil
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
STATUS OF THE GOLDEN MONKEY (CERCOPITHECUS MITIS KANDTI) IN VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARKS, RWANDA
D. Tuyisingize*, K. Fawcett
Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International, Karisoke Research Center, Rwanda
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
STONE HANDLING IN JAPANESE MACAQUES: AN EXAPTIVE TRADITIONAL BEHAVIOR?
Jean-Baptiste Leca*1, Noëlle Gunst2, Charmalie Nahallage1, Michael A Huffman1
1Section of Ecology, Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan, 2Odum School of Ecology, University of Georgia, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Social learning and traditions  -  10:00-12:20
STRATEGIC PERSEVERANCE IN ORANGUTAN GESTURAL COMMUNICATION
E.A. Cartmill*, R.W. Byrne
University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Gestural communication and the question of language origin  -  10:00-12:20
STRESS ALLEVIATION THROUGH CONSOLATION BY VALUABLE PARTNERS IN CHIMPANZEES
O.N. Fraser*1, D. Stahl2, F. Aureli1
1Research Centre in Evolutionary Anthropology and Palaeoecology, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, 2Institute of Psychiatry, King's College, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & Societies: Conflict, tension and reconciliation  -  10:00-12:20
STUDY OF GASTRIC EMPTYING UNDER THREE DIFFERENT HOUSING CONDITIONS IN OLIVE BABOONS (PAPIO ANUBIS)
N. García, G. Ramis*, L. Martínez-Alarcon, P. Ramírez, A. Muñoz
University of Murcia, Spain
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
SUCCESSFULLY TRANSFORMING NONHUMAN PRIMATES PROBLEMS INTO RESOURCES: MACACA FASCICULARIS ON MAURITIUS
P. Koenig*1, S.J. Schapiro2, M.C. Henry3
1Biodia Co. Ltd., Mauritius, 2The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Centre, United States, 3Biodia Co. Ltd., Mauritius
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Inconvenience to asset: Transforming nonhuman primate problems into resources  -  10:00-12:20
SUDYING THE IMPACT OF THE ROOTS & SHOOTS PROGRAM ON CHILDREN IN THE LUGUFU CONGOLESE REFUGEE CAMP, TANZANIA
S. Meshach1, C. Buerki2, P.O. Waeber*2
1Jane Goodall Institute - Roots & Shoots, Tanzania, United Republic of, 2Jane Goodall Institute, Switzerland
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
SUNLIGHT AS ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT FOR LABORATORY CYNOMOLGUS MONKEYS SHOWING STEREOTYPICAL BEHAVIOURS: A SHORT-TERM STUDY
L. Moro*1, A.L. Stefani1, E. Cozzi2, E. Ancona2, L. Ravarotto1
1Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie, Italy, 2Università degli Studi di Padova, Italy
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
SURGICAL STERILIZATION AS A MEANS OF POPULATION CONTROL FOR A FREE-RANGING INTRODUCED PRIMATE POPULATION IN SOUTHWESTERN PUERTO RICO
Janis Gonzalez-Martinez*1, Matt Kessler1
1Caribbean Primate Research Center-University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, 2Division of Comparative Medicine-University of Virginia, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Inconvenience to asset: Transforming nonhuman primate problems into resources  -  10:00-12:20
SURVEYS, MONITORING, HABITUATION AND PROTECTION OF BONOBOS AT KOKOLOPORI, DRC
A. Lokasola
Vie Sauvage, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
SYMBOLIC USE OF TOKENS IN CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)?
Lara Crescimbene1, Alessandra Mancini*2, Elsa Addessi1, Elisabetta Visalberghi1
1ISTC-CNR, Italy, 2University La Sapienza, Italy
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Capuchin cognition  -  10:00-12:20
SYSTEMATIC, ECLECTICALLY-BASED IDENTIFICATION OF CULTURALLY VARIANT BEHAVIOUR IN CHIMPANZEES
A. Whiten
University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Identifying social learning in the wild: Implications for culture (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
TAKING ACTIONS SERIOUSLY: AN IMPROVED STUDY ON GESTURE COPYING IN CHIMPANZEES
C. Tennie*, J. Call, M. Tomasello
MPI EVA, Department of Developmental and Comparative Psychology, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Ape gestures  -  10:30-12:30
TAXONOMY AND EVOLUTIONARY HISTORY OF ODD-NOSED MONKEYS
C. Roos*1, M. Osterholz1, M. Yang1, L. Walter1, T. Nadler1
1German Primate Center, Germany, 2Endangered Primate Rescue Center, Viet Nam
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Odd-nosed monkeys: Evolution, behaviour and conservation (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
TECHNIQUES FOR STUDYING VISUAL SIGNALS
M. Stevens
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Primate colouration: Measurement, mechanisms and function (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
TEMPORAL CHANGE IN HYBRIDIZATION PATTERNS AND EFFECTS OF HYBRIDITY ON MATURATION IN A WILD BABOON POPULATION
M.J.E. Charpentier*1, J. Tung1, J. Altmann3, S.C. Alberts1
1Duke University, United States, 2Centre d’Ecologie Fonctionnelle et Evolutive, France, 3Princeton University, United States, 4National Museums of Kenya, Kenya
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation Genetics  -  10:00-12:20
TESTING CONVERGENCE COGNITIVE EVOLUTION: PRIMATE-LIKE THIRD-PARTY INTERVENTIONS IN RAVENS
T. Bugnyar
University of Vienna, Austria
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Comparative cognition  -  10:00-12:20
TESTING PRIMATE HEARING IN THE FIELD USING ABR/ASSR: METHODS, ISSUES, AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
M.A. Ramsier*, N.J. Dominy
University of California, Santa Cruz, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Emerging methods in field primatology  -  10:00-12:20
TESTING SEQUENCE LEARNING ABILITIES IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)
L.A. Heimbauer*1, R.L. Antworth1, M.J. Owren1, C.M. Conway2, M.H. Christiansen3, M.J. Beran4
1Georgia State University, United States, 2Indiana University, United States, 3Cornell University, United States, 4Language Research Center, Georgia State University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
TESTING THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ISCHIAL TUBEROSITY SIZE, POSITIONAL BEHAVIOR AND BODY MASS IN A COMMUNITY OF WEST AFRICAN CERCOPITHECIDS
W.S. McGraw
The Ohio State University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
TESTING TRANSFER IN THE TRAP-TUBE TASK IN THE GREAT APES
G. Martin-Ordas*, J. Call
Max Planck Institute, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
THE 21ST CENTURY MALE: A CASE OF UNEXPECTED CARE-GIVING IN AN ALPHA MALE CAPUCHIN (CEBUS CAPUCINUS)
G.M. McCabe*1, L. Joachim2
1University of Texas, San Antonio, United States, 2University of New Mexico, United States
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
THE 3RS MODEL AND THE USE OF NON-HUMAN PRIMATES IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE STUDIES
A. Vitale*, A. Manciocco
Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Italy
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Exploring human-nonhuman bonds in primatological research  -  10:30-12:30
THE A.P.E.S. DATABASE AS A TOOL FOR GREAT APE CONSERVATION: OBJECTIVES, APPROACHES, RESULTS
H.S. Kuehl*1, L. Williamson3, L. Pintea2, D. Morgan1, C. Sanz1, P. N’Goran Kouamé1, G. Campell1, S. Tranquilli1, C. Boesch1
1Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2Jane Godall Institute, United States, 3IUCN Section on great apes, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Great ape conservation methods  -  16:00-18:00
THE ASSOCIATION OF KINSHIP WITH FEEDING ACTIVITIES AND AFFILIATIVE INTERACTIONS IN THE TAIWANESE MACAQUE (MACACA CYCLOPIS)
H. Su
National Ping-tung University of Science and Technology, -
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Food and society  -  16:00-18:00
THE AUSTRALOPITHECUS – HOMO TRANSITION: A GENERAL PRIMATE PATTERN OR A SPECIAL HOMININ FEATURE
E.H.M. Sterck1
1Behavioural Biology, Utrecht University, Netherlands, 2Ethology Research, Biomedical Primate Research Centre, Netherlands
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The context for being human: Social behaviour of early hominins from the perspective of primate socioecology (part I)  -  10:30-12:30
THE BARBARY MACAQUE IN 2008: CONSERVATION ISSUES
E. van Lavieren1
1AAP, Sanctuary for exotic animals, Netherlands, 2WWF MedPO, Italy
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Human context of conservation  -  10:30-12:30
THE BEHAVIOUR OF CAPTIVE BONOBOS UNDER SEPARATION MANAGEMENT CONDITIONS
S. Kießling*1, W. Kaumanns2
1University of Ulm, Germany, 2Cologne Zoo, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Welfare & management: Captive apes  -  16:00-18:00
THE BIOGEOGRAPHY OF GALAGOS WITHIN THE EASTERN ARC AND COASTAL OF FORESTS OF TANZANIA AND KENYA.
Charles Leonard, Andrew Perkin*
Tanzania Forest Conservation Group, Tanzania, United Republic of
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Eco- and phylo- geography  -  13:30-15:30
THE BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION OF THE MENTAWAI MACAQUES
Thomas Ziegler*, Christian Roos, Keith Hodges, Christophe Abegg
German Primate Centre, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The Siberut Conservation Programme: Integrating field research and applied conservation (part I)  -  10:30-12:30
THE CASE FOR BIOMECHANICAL LATERALIZATION OF THE SQUIRREL MONKEY LARYNX
C. Brown*1, M. Gordon1, M. Becker2, F. Alipour1
1University of South Alabama, United States, 2NIH-NICHD, United States, 3University of Iowa, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Morphological correlates of non-human primate vocalizations: What's the sound of size, sex and species (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF FACIAL EXPRESSION, 135 YEARS AFTER DARWIN.
J.A.R.A.M. van Hooff
Retired, Netherlands
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Facial expression in primates: Measurement, meaning and function (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
THE CREATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A GREAT APE WELFARE INDEX
A.C. Fernie*, C.J.C. Phillips, A. Tribe, P.J. Murray
The University of Queensland, Australia
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Welfare & management: 3Rs  -  13:30-15:30
THE DEVELOPMENT OF GESTURES IN CHIMPANZEES FROM 1 TO 5 YEARS
V. Maguire*, K.A. Bard
University of Portsmouth, UK, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Social cognitive development in monkeys, apes and humans (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
THE DEVELOPMENT OF GROOMING RECIPROCITY IN CHACMA BABOONS
S.P. Henzi*, L. Barrett, D. Rendall
University of Lethbridge, Canada
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Cooperation, reciprocity and response to inequity (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
THE DISTRIBUTION AND CONSERVATION OF THE PYGMY LORIS (NYCTICEBUS PYGMAEUS) IN EASTERN CAMBODIA
C.R. Starr*1, U. Streicher2, K.A.I. Nekaris3
1University of Queensland, Australia, 2Wildlife Alliance, Care for Rescued Wildlife Programme, Cambodia, 3Oxford Brookes University, Nocturnal Primate Research Group, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
THE DISTRIBUTION AND POPULATION VARIATION WITHIN THE MOUNTAIN GALAGO GALAGOIDES ORINUS FROM TANZANIA
A. Perkin
Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
THE DISTRIBUTION, STATUS AND CONSERVATION OUTLOOK OF DRILLS (MANDRILLUS LEUCOPHAEUS) IN CAMEROON
B.J. Morgan*1, C. Astaras2
1Conservation and Research for Endangered Species (CRES), Zoological Society of San Diego, Cameroon, 2Centre for Nature Conservation, University of Göttingen, Germany
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Bushmeat and conservation outlooks  -  10:00-12:20
THE DIVERSITY OF CENTRAL AMAZONIAN PRIMATES AND ITS NEWEST ADDITION, A NEW TAMARIN, PROVISIONALLY OF THE GENUS SAGUINUS
F. Rohe*, J. da Silva-Junior, W. Spironello
WCS, Brazil
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Primate ecology and conservation: Lessons from central Amazonia  -  10:00-12:20
THE ECOLOGICAL RATIONALITY OF PATIENCE AND RISK SENSITIVITY IN PAN
J.R. Stevens*1, A.G. Rosati2, S.R. Heilbronner3, B. Hare2, M.D. Hauser3
1Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Germany, 2Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 3Harvard University, Germany
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Decisions  -  10:00-12:20
THE EFFECT OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT ON THE LOCOMOTIVE, FEEDING AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR OF SPIDER MONKEYS (ATELES GEOFFROYI) IN THE ZOOLOGICO NACIONAL, HONDURAS
S.E. Turnock*1, K.Y. Slater2
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2Operation Wallacea, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
THE EFFECT OF FLUCTUATIONS IN VISITOR DENSITY ON THE BEHAVIOUR OF ZOO-HOUSED GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA) AND CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)
T. Cooper*, D.L. Wells
Queen's University, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
THE EFFECT OF HABITAT FRAGMENTATION ON POPULATION GENETIC STRUCTURE IN THE CENTRAL AMERICAN SQUIRREL MONKEY (SAIMIRI OERSTEDII)
M. Blair*, D. Melnick
Dept. of Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology, Columbia University and New York Consortium in Evolutionary Primatology, United States
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
THE EFFECT OF HABITAT ON THE PREDATOR-SENSITIVE FORAGING BEHAVIOURS OF THREE GROUPS OF VERREAUX’S SIFAKAS (P.V. VERREAUXI) AT BERENTY RESERVE, MADAGASCAR
J. Prew
University of Victoria, Canada
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
THE EFFECT OF MALE PRESENCE ON FEMALE CHIMPANZEE FEEDING EFFICIENCY
Z.P. Machanda
Harvard University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Food and society  -  16:00-18:00
THE EFFECT OF MOONLIGHT ON ACTIVITY IN NOCTURNAL PRIMATES IN RELATION TO THEIR DIETARY ECOLOGICAL NICHES
Deborah Curtis*1, Ruth Waters2, Robin Crompton3
1Roehampton University, United Kingdom, 2Natural England, United Kingdom, 3The University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ecology of vision: Colour and light  -  16:00-18:00
THE EFFECT OF RIVERS ON GENE FLOW BETWEEN WILD ORANG-UTAN POPULATIONS
N. Arora*1, N. Morf1, A. Nater1, M. Bastian2, D. Perwitasari-Farajallah3, J. Pamungkas3, M. van Noordwijk1, C. van Schaik1, M. Kruetzen1
1Anthropological Institute and Museum, University of Zürich, Switzerland, 2Biological Anthropology and Anatomy, Duke University, United States, 3Primate Research Center, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
THE EFFECTS OF COLOUR VISION ON DECOY PREDATOR RECOGNITION AMONG WILD SQUIRREL MONKEYS (SAIMIRI SCIUREUS)
M.J. Montague
New York University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Field experiments: The challenges and benefits of using experimental methods in field research (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
THE EFFECTS OF INFANT BIRTHS ON MALE-FEMALE RELATIONSHIPS IN WHITE-FACED CAPUCHINS (CEBUS CAPUCINUS)
Z. King*, C. Sheller, K.M. Jack
Tulane University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
THE EFFECTS OF INTERMITTENT PLAYGROUP REARING ON INFANT BEHAVIOURAL DEVELOPMENT IN RHESUS MACAQUES (MACACA MULATTA)
I. Rommeck*, D.H. Gottlieb, S.N. Ghirardo, M.E. Jackson, S.C. Strand, B. McCowan
University of California, Davis, California National Primate Research Center, United States
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Health & welfare  -  16:00-18:00
THE EFFECTS OF NUTRITIONAL AND DEFENSIVE COMPOUNDS ON FEEDING SELECTION IN TRACHYPITHECUS DELACOURI
C. Workman*1, L.V. Dung2
1Duke University, United States, 2Endangered Primate Rescue Center, Viet Nam
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Foraging  -  16:00-18:00
THE EFFECTS OF POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT TRAINING ON WELFARE AND RESEARCH WITH LABORATORY PRIMATES
K. Coleman*1, A. Maier1, S.P. Lambeth2, K. Mueller1, E. Thiele2, O. Rousset2, S.J. Schapiro2
1Oregon National Primate Research Center, United States, 2The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Behavioural management of captive primates: Enhancing the definition of biomedical models  -  10:00-12:20
THE EFFECTS OF SEVERE FRAGMENTATION AND HUNTING ON CHIMPANZEE POPULATIONS IN NIGERIA
E.J. Greengrass*1, B.G. Ogunjemite2
1Presco Plc., Nigeria, 2Federal University of Technology, Nigeria
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Biology and conservation of the most endangered apes in Africa (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
THE EVOLVING ROLE OF PRIMATE REHABILITATION CENTRES FOR CONSERVATION IN CAMEROON AND NIGERIA
F.J. Lankester1, E.L. Gadsby*2
1Pandrillus Foundation, Limbe Wildlife Centre, Cameroon, 2Pandrillus Foundation, Nigeria
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Biology and conservation of the most endangered apes in Africa (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
THE FUNCTION OF WHITE-FACED CAPUCHIN VOCALIZATIONS DIFFERS FROM THE SIGNALER'S AND RECIPIENT’S PERSPECTIVE
J. Gros-Louis
Indiana University, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Meaning and function of primate vocalisations and gestures: Monkeys and apes (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
THE GEOGRAPHICAL EXTREMES OF CROSS RIVER GORILLAS: A COMPARISON OF ECOLOGY AT AFI MOUNTAIN IN NIGERIA AND KAGWENE MOUNTAIN IN CAMEROON
J.L. Sunderland-Groves*1, H. Mboh2, A. Ekinde3, K. McFarland4, I. Imong5
1Center for International Forestry Research, Indonesia, 2MINEP, Cameroon, 3WCS, Cameroon, 4CUNY, United States, 5WCS, Nigeria
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Biology and conservation of the most endangered apes in Africa (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
THE GERMINATION AND PREDATION OF A HARD-SHELLED SEED WITH RESPECT TO ORANGUTAN BEHAVIOR
P.W. Lucas*1, M.R. Begley2, J. Gaskins2, T.K. Lowrey3
1George Washington University, United States, 2University of Virginia, United States, 3University of New Mexico, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Ape foraging  -  10:00-12:20
THE GOELDI’S MONKEY (CALLIMICO GOELDII): A CALLITRICHID THAT BREAKS RANKS
C. Rudolf von Rohr
Anthropological Institute, Switzerland
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Olfactory communication in nocturnal and cathermeral primates  -  10:00-12:20
THE GORILLA SITUATION IN KAHUZI-BIEGA NATIONAL PARK, DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO, IN THE POST WAR PERIOD AND CONSERVATION EFFORTS OF THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES
Dominique Bikaba
Pole Pole Foundation, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
THE GORILLAS AND CHIMPANZEES OF THE EBO FOREST: ECOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL ANOMALY
Ekwoge E. Abwe*1, Bethan J. Morgan2
1Wildlife Conservation Society, Cameroon, 2Conservation and Research for Endangered Species (CRES), Zoological Society of San Diego, Cameroon
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Biology and conservation of the most endangered apes in Africa (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
THE GREAT APES MAPPER: DEVELOPING AN ONLINE GLOBAL GEO-DATABASE AND VISUALIZATION TOOL FOR MONITORING GREAT APE POPULATIONS
L. Pintea*1, H. Kuehl2, N. Laporte3, F.G. Maisels4, E.A. Williamson5
1The Jane Goodall Institute, United States, 2Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 3Woods Hole Research Center, United States, 4Wildife Conservation Society, United States, 5Stirling University, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Great ape conservation methods  -  16:00-18:00
THE HUMAN IS THE ONLY PRIMATE SPECIES OF WHICH INDIVIDUALS CAN TRAVEL: A HYPOTHESIS
T. Enomoto
Tokai University, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
THE IDENTIFICATION OF ENTAMOEBA SPP. IN CAPTIVE NON-HUMAN PRIMATES IN BELGIUM AND THE NETHERLANDS
B. Levecke*1, P. Geldhof1, T. Geurden1, P. Dorny2, F. Vercammen3, E. Claerebout1, J. Vercruysse1
1Ghent University, Belgium, 2Prince Leopold Institute of Tropical Medicine, Belgium, 3Centre for Research and Conservation, Belgium
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
THE IMPACT OF HUMAN HUNTING ON PRIMATE COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN KORUP NATIONAL PARK, CAMEROON
J.M. Linder
Duke University, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Bushmeat and conservation outlooks  -  10:00-12:20
THE IMPACT OF HURRICANE EMILY ON THE ACTIVITY BUDGET, DIET AND SUBGROUP COMPOSITION OF WILD SPIDER MONKEYS (ATELES GEOFFROYI YUCATANENSIS)
L. Rebecchini1, C.M. Schaffner*1, F. Aureli2, L. Vick3, G. Ramos-Fernandez4
1University of Chester, United Kingdom, 2Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, 3Peace College, United States, 4Instituto Politécnico Naciona, Mexico
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
THE IMPACT OF INCREASING VERTICAL SPACE AND COMPLEXITY OF CAPTIVE ENVIRONMENTS ON THE WELFARE OF LONG-TAILED MACAQUES (MACACA FASCICULARISIS)
Corri Waitt*1, Paul Honess1, Moshe Bushmitz2
1UNiversity of Oxford, United Kingdom, 2BFC, Israel
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Welfare & management: 3Rs  -  13:30-15:30
THE IMPORTANCE OF THE CONCEPT OF CULTURE IN ANTHROPOLOGY
R.W. Sussman
Washington University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
THE INCISORS OF ASIAN COLOBINES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PROBOSCIS MONKEY, NASALIS LARVATUS
M.S. Willis*1, D.R. Swindler2
1University of Nebraska Lincoln, United States, 2Unversity of Washington, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered Papers - Odd-nosed monkeys 1  -  13:30-15:30
THE INFLUENCE OF FOOD QUANTITY AND QUALITY ON THE HABITAT USE PATTERNS OF MOUNTAIN GORILLAS IN BWINDI IMPENETRABLE NATIONAL PARK, UGANDA
J. Ganas*1, S. Ortmann2, M.M. Robbins3
1Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research, Germany, 3Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, Gola Forest Programme, Sierra Leone
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Defining habitat quality of primates: Implications for behavioural ecology and conservation (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
THE INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL AND GENETIC RELATIONSHIPS ON DISPERSAL DECISIONS IN PHAYRE’S LEAF MONKEYS
E. Larney*1, E. Larney2, C. Borries3, A. Koenig3
1Interdepartmental Doctoral Program in Anthropological Sciences, Stony Brook University, United States, 2Molecular Anthropology Lab, New York University, United States, 3Department of Anthropology, Stony Brook University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Should I stay or should I go? Dispersal opportunities, individual decisions and consequences for wild primates (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
THE INFLUENCE OF TOXIC LEUCAENA LEUCOCEPHALA ON THE DEMOGRAPHY OF RING-TAILED LEMURS, LEMUR CATTA, AT BERENTY RESERVE, MADAGASCAR
Takayo Soma*1, Shinichiro Ichino1, Naoki Koyama1, Alison Jolly2
1Kyoto University, Japan, 2Berenty Reserve, Madagascar
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Demography, life history and populations: Reproductive biology  -  16:00-18:00
THE INFLUENCE OF TRAINING FREQUENCY ON TRAINING SUCCESS IN LABORATORY RHESUS MACAQUES
K. Westlund*, M. Spångberg, H. Fredlund, A-L. Fernström
Swedish Institute for Infectious Disease Control, Sweden
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Behavioural management of captive primates: Enhancing the definition of biomedical models  -  10:00-12:20
THE IPS CAPTIVE CARE GUIDELINES AND RESEARCH-ORIENTED PRIMATE COLONIES: AN EASY PRESCRIPTION TO FOLLOW
L.E. Williams*, S.J. Schapiro, S.P. Lambeth
Michale E Keeling Center for Copmarative Medicine and Research, UT M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Application of the IPS Captive Care Guidelines for Primates: Principles in practice  -  13:30-15:30
THE IUCN RED LIST ASSESSMENT FOR PRIMATES – 2008: OVERVIEWS OF THE RESULTS FOR MADAGASCAR, AFRICA, ASIA AND THE NEOTROPICS
A.B. Rylands*1, L. Williamson1, M. Hoffmann1, A. Savage1
1Center for Applied Biodiversity Science, Conservation International, United States, 2University of Stirling, United Kingdom, 3IUCN Biodiversity Assessment Unit, Center for Applied Biodiversity Science, Conservation International, United States, 4Disney’s Animal Kingdom, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Assessing the conservation status of the world's primates: Key issues and challenges (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
THE KIBALE ECOHEALTH PROJECT: EPIDEMIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY OF INFECTIOUS DISEASE TRANSMISSION AMONG PRIMATES, PEOPLE, AND LIVESTOCK IN A FRAGMENTED FOREST IN WESTERN UGANDA
T.L. Goldberg*1, T.R. Gillespie1, I.B. Rwego2, C.A. Chapman3
1University of Illinois, United States, 2Makerere University, Uganda, 3McGill University, Canada
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Ape conservation biology  -  10:00-12:20
THE KINEMATICS OF LOAD CARRYING IN GREAT APES; IMPLICATIONS FOR THE EVOLUTION OF HUMAN BIPEDALISM
J.C. Watson*1, R.C. Payne2, W.I. Sellers1
1University of Manchester, United Kingdom, 2The Royal Veterinary College, University of London, United Kingdom, 3University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Studying primate locomotion: Linking in situ and ex situ research (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
THE MAJOR THREATS TO THE AFRICAN PRIMATES AND CONSERVATION STRAGEGIES ADOPTED IN THE EASTERN DRC; THE CASE OF TAYNA GORILLA RESERVE AND VIRUNGA NATIONAL PARK
Jobogo Mirindi
Tanya Gorilla Reserve, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Bushmeat and conservation outlooks  -  10:00-12:20
THE MALE SPIDER MONKEY LOUD CALL: A MEANS OF MATE ATTRACTION AND MATE CHOICE?
S. Spehar*1, P. Mathewson2, A. Di Fiore2
1University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, United States, 2New York University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Field experiments: The challenges and benefits of using experimental methods in field research (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
THE MAMMALIAN CHIMPANZEE: TAXA SYMPATRIC WITH CHIMPANZEES AT A SAVANNA SITE, MT. ASSIRIK, SENEGAL
L.F. Marchant*1, P.J. Baldwin2, W.C. McGrew3, J.D. Pruetz4, C.E.G. Tutin5
1Department of Anthropology, Miami University, United States, 2Department of Psychology, University of Stirling, United Kingdom, 3Leverhulme Centre for Human Evolutionary Studies, Department of Biological Anthropology, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, 4Department of Anthropology, Iowa State University, United States, 5Department of Biology, University of Exeter, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
THE MECHANICAL REASONS OF THE INTERNAL STRUCTURE OF FINGER TIPS
U. Witzel*1, H. Preuschoft2
1Faculty for mechanical engineering, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, 2Medical Faculty, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
THE MORPHOLOGY OF THE GIBBON HIND LIMB AND A KINEMATIC STUDY OF JUMPING GIBBONS
A.J. Channon*, E.E. Vereecke, M.M. Gunther
University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
THE MUELLER-LYERSCHE AND THE EBBINGHAUS ILLUSION IN CHIMPANZEES, BONOBOS AND ORANGUTANS
Daniel Hanus*, Josep Call
Max Planck Institute for evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Cogniton & communication: Memory and perception  -  16:00-18:00
THE MURIQUI PROJECT OF CARATINGA: RESEARCH AND CONSERVATION OVER 26 YEARS
K.B. Strier*1, S.L. Mendes2
1University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States, 2Universidade Federal de Espirito Santo, Brazil
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Interactions between long-term research and conservation  -  16:00-18:00
THE NATURAL HISTORY AND BEHAVIOUR OF OLIVE BABOONS AT GASHAKA, NIGERIA
U.N. Buba*1, J.P. Higham2, A.M. MacLarnon2, Y. Warren2, C. Ross2
1Federal University of Technology, Nigeria, 2Roehampton University, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
THE ODD-NOSED MONKEYS IN THE CONTEXT OF CERCOPITHECOID EVOLUTION
N.G. Jablonski
The Pennsylvania State University, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Odd-nosed monkeys: Evolution, behaviour and conservation (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
THE ORIGINS OF PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOR
J.B. Silk
UCLA, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Cooperation, reciprocity and response to inequity (part I)  -  10:30-12:30
THE PERFORMANCE OF BONOBOS AND CHIMPANZEES IN AN ULTIMATUM GAME WITH 'THEFT'
Ingrid Kaiser*, Keith Jensen, Josep Call, Michael Tomasello
Max Planck Institut for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
THE PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIOURAL CONSEQUENCES OF DARTING AND COLLARING ON THE UGANDA RED COLOBUS MONKEY
M.D. Wasserman*1, C.A. Chapman2, T.E. Ziegler3
1University of California, Berkeley, United States, 2McGill University, Canada, 3University of Wisconsin - Madison, United States, 4National Primate Research Center, United States, 5Wildlife Conservation Society, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
THE POOR CONTRIBUTION OF CHIMPANZEE EXPERIMENTS TO BIOMEDICAL PROGRESS
A.D. Knight
Animal Consultants, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Health & welfare  -  16:00-18:00
THE PREDATORY BEHAVIOUR OF AGILE MANGABEYS (CERCOCEBUS AGILIS) ON BLUE DUIKERS (CEPHALOPHUS MONTICOLA) AND OTHER VERTEBRATES AT DZANGA-NDOKI NATIONAL PARK, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
K.A. Knights*1, C. Cipolletta2, L. Buren2, M. Santochirico3, O. Wearn2, A.F. Todd2, O. Djimbele4
1Imperial College, United Kingdom, 2WWF, Central African Republic, 3Università La Sapienza, Italy, 4University of Bangui, Central African Republic
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Behavioural ecology  -  16:00-18:00
THE PRIMATE SOCIETY OF GREAT BRITAIN’S CAPTIVE CARE WORKING PARTY
S.P. Hill
Chester Zoo/PSGB Captive Care Working Party, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
THE PROXIMATE IS KEY TO THE ULTIMATE: IDENTIFYING THE GENETIC BASES OF PRIMATE PIGMENTATION
B.J. Bradley*1, M. Irwin2, P.M. Kappeler3, P. Moisson4, T.L. Morelli5, J. Pastorini6
1University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2McGill University, Canada, 3University of Goettingen, Germany, 4Mulhouse Zoo and Botanical Garden, France, 5Stony Brook University, United States, 6Centre for Conservation and Research, Sri Lanka
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Primate colouration: Measurement, mechanisms and function (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
THE ROLE OF BOGOR AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY (IPB) IN THE SIBERUT CONSERVATION PROGRAMME (SCP)
Muhammad Agil*1, Rinekso Soekmadi1, Christophe Abegg2, Keith Hodges2
1Bogor Agricultural University , Indonesia, 2German Primate Center , Germany
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The Siberut Conservation Programme: Integrating field research and applied conservation (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
THE ROLE OF FACIAL EXPRESSIONS IN GREAT APE MULTIMODAL COMMUNICATION
Amy Pollick
Living Links, Emory University, National Primate Research Center, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Facial expression in primates: Measurement, meaning and function (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
THE ROLE OF KINSHIP AND GROUP SIZE ON GROOMING AND RECONCILIATION IN WILD JAPANESE MACAQUES
Bonaventura Majolo*1, Raffaella Ventura2, Nicola Koyama3, Scott Hardie2, Bethan Jones4, Leslie Knapp4, Gabriele Schino5
1University of Lincoln, United Kingdom, 2University of Abertay, United Kingdom, 3Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, 4University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, 5Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italy
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Grooming  -  13:30-15:30
THE ROLE OF MONKEY FIGURES IN ANCIENT EGYPT COMPARED TO CONTEMPORARY CULTURES IN INDIA AND JAPAN: INDICATIONS FOR A SIMILAR MYTHOLOGICAL ORIGIN
Okyanus Pera Dizdar, Siirsel Tas, Khirim Ghore, Yavuz Dizdar*
Institute of Oncology, Dunya Nevspaper, Turkey
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
THE ROLE OF OLFACTION IN SOCIAL COMMUNICATION OF THE GOODMAN´S MOUSE LEMUR
K. Borchert*, M. Scheumann, E. Zimmermann
Institute of Zoology, Germany
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Olfactory communication in nocturnal and cathermeral primates  -  10:00-12:20
THE ROLE OF PARASITES AS DRIVERS OF ECOSYSTEM HEALTH IN GOMBE NATIONAL PARK, TANZANIA
D.A. Travis*1, T.R. Gillespie2, D. Meyer2, Y. Nadler1, J. Raphael3, J. Bakuza3, S. Kamenya3, T. Mlengeya4, E.V. Lonsdorf1
1Lincoln Park Zoo, United States, 2University of Illinois, United States, 3Gombe Stream Research Center, Jane Goodall Institute, Tanzania, United Republic of, 4Tanzanian National Park Authority, Tanzania, United Republic of
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Ape conservation biology  -  10:00-12:20
THE ROLE OF SIMILARITY BETWEEN GLOBAL AND LOCAL ORIENTATION IN VISUAL PERCEPTION IN TUFTED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS APELLA)
V. Truppa*1, F. Ciolfi1, G. Spinozzi1, C. De Lillo1
1CNR, Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies, Italy, 2University of Leicester, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
THE ROLE OF TASTE PREFERENCE AND WEALTH IN BUSHMEAT HUNTING IN VILLAGES ADJACENT TO MAROJEJY NATIONAL PARK, MADAGASCAR
M. Nielsen*1, E.R. Patel2
1University Of Oxford, United Kingdom, 2Cornell University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
THE SCIENTIFIC CASE FOR INVASIVE RESEARCH WITH CHIMPANZEES
J.L. VandeBerg
Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - The use of great apes for invasive research: Science, policy, welfare, and current events  -  10:00-12:20
THE SCREECH COMPLEX OF CALLS OF IMMATURE BLACK HOWLER MONKEYS (ALOUATTA CARAYA)
R. da Cunha*1, R. Byrne1
1Caixa Postal 17011, Brazil, 2School of Psychology, University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
THE SIBERUT CONSERVATION PROGRAMME: HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT
Keith Hodges*1, Muhammad Agil2, Christophe Abegg1
1German Primate Centre, Germany, 2Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The Siberut Conservation Programme: Integrating field research and applied conservation (part I)  -  10:30-12:30
THE SICHUAN SNUB-NOSED MONKEY AND ITS MULTI-LEVEL SOCIETIES
Peng Zhang*1, Kunio Watanabe1, Baoguo Li2
1Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan, 2College of Life Science, Northwest University, China
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Odd-nosed monkeys 2  -  16:00-18:00
THE SILVERY BROWN TAMARIN (SAGUINUS LEUCOPUS) CONSERVATION PROGRAM: TWO YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
A.L. Morales-Jimenez1
1Fundacion Biodiversa Colombia, Colombia, 2New York University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
THE SPECIES-AREA RELATIONSHIP IN A THREATENED MONKEY COMMUNITY: CONTROLLING FOR CONFOUNDING VARIABLES
A.R. Marshall*1, F. Rovero2, H.I.O. Jørgensbye3, P.C.L. White1, J.C. Lovett1
1University of York, United Kingdom, 2Museo Tridentino di Scienze Naturali, Italy, 3University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Defining habitat quality of primates: Implications for behavioural ecology and conservation (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
THE SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS: SCENT MARKS ADVERTISE THE GENETIC QUALITY OF FEMALE LEMURS
M. Boulet, M.J.E. Charpentier, C.M. Drea*
Duke University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Olfactory communication in nocturnal and cathermeral primates  -  10:00-12:20
THE TEETH AND SKULLS OF THE NIGERIA-CAMEROON CHIMPANZEE AND CROSS RIVER GORILLAS
V.C. Pilbrow*1, C.P. Groves2
1University of Melbourne, Australia, 2Australian National University, Australia
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Biology and conservation of the most endangered apes in Africa (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
“THE TWO-MONTH REVOLUTION” IN SOCIAL COGNITION IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)
M. Myowa-Yamakoshi*1, M. Tomonaga2, M. Tanama2, T. Matsuzawa2
1Graduate School of Education, Kyoto University, Japan, 2Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Social cognitive development in monkeys, apes and humans (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
THE UNUSUAL DISPERSAL PATTERN AND SOCIOGENETIC STRUCTURE OF THE GOLDEN-BROWN MOUSE LEMUR (MICROCEBUS RAVELOBENSIS)
U. Radespiel*, M. Juric, E. Zimmermann
Institute of Zoology, University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Germany
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Should I stay or should I go? Dispersal opportunities, individual decisions and consequences for wild primates (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
THE USE OF BRAIN-TYPE NATRIURETIC PROTEIN AND CARDIAC TROPONIN I TO DIAGNOSE IDIOPATHIC MYOCARDIAL FIBROSIS IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES).
D.R. Lee*, J. Ely, M.L. Lammey
Alamogordo Primate Facility, United States
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Health & welfare  -  16:00-18:00
THE USE OF FRUITING SYNCHRONICITY AS A CONCEPTUAL TOOL BY FORAGING MANGABEYS
K.R.L. Janmaat*1, C.A. Chapman1, K. Zuberbühler1, R.W. Byrne1
1University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, 2Mc Gill University, Canada, 3University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, 4University of St Andrews, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Spatial cognition in nonhuman primates: New directions  -  10:00-12:20
THE USE OF NON-HUMAN PRIMATES IN ANIMAL EXPERIMENTATION: ATTITUDES BETWEEN PRACTICE AND LEGISLATION
A. Vitale
Istituto Superiore di Sanità, Italy
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Exploring human-nonhuman bonds in primatological research  -  10:30-12:30
THE USE OF SPATIAL ANALYSIS IN ANTIPOACHING EFFORTS IN KIBALE NATIONAL PARK, UGANDA
A.A. Pokempner*1, L. Pintea2, F. Babweteera3, R.W. Wrangham4
1Stony Brook University, United States, 2The Jane Goodall Institute, United States, 3Makerere University, Uganda, 4Harvard University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
THE WORLD’S 25 MOST ENDANGERED PRIMATES – 2008-2010
R.A. Mittermeier*1, J. Ratsimbazafy1, A.B. Rylands1, L. Williamson1
1Conservation International, United States, 2Anthropological Sciences, Sate University of New York, United States, 3Conservation International, United States, 4University of Stirling, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  The 25 most endangered primates - Russell Mittermeier  -  19:30-21:00
THERAPEUTIC SELF-MEDICATION BY FREE-RANGING RED COLOBUS MONKEYS
T.R. Gillespie*1, C.A. Chapman2, M.A. Huffman3
1University of Illinois, United States, 2McGill University, Canada, 3Kyoto University, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Foraging  -  16:00-18:00
THERMOGRAPHIC STUDY IN MICROCEBUS MURINUS QUANTIFIES CALORIC OUTPUT OF BROWN FAT DURING SLEEP AND WAKING PERIODS
Carsten Niemitz*1, Christian Müller1, Thomas Zimmermann2
1Free University Berlin, Germany, 2Thermografic Institute Berlin, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Functional anatomy & paleobiology: Functional morphology  -  16:00-18:00
THIRD PARTY PUNISHMENT IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES)
K.R. Riedl*, K.J. Jensen, J.C. Call, M.T. Tomasello
ax Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
THREE STONES FOR THREE SEEDS: SELECTIVE TOOL USE IN CAPUCHIN
R.G. Ferreira*1, L. Jerusalinsky2
1Pós-Graduação em Psicobiologia, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil, 2Centro de Proteção de Primatas Brasileiros, Instituto Chico Mendes de Conservação da Biodiversidade, Brazil
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Comparing percussive tool use in chimpanzees and capuchins (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
TIME AND PREDATION AS CONSTRAINTS ON PRIMATE BIOGEOGRAPHY
C.M. Bettridge*1, R.I.M. Dunbar1, J. Lehmann2
1University of Oxford, United Kingdom, 2Roehampton University, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Predation and time constraints  -  10:30-12:30
TIME BUDGET AND PATTERN OF ACTIVITIES IN THE WILD POPULATION OF CAPPED LANGURS (TRACHYPITHECUS PILEATUS) IN INDIA.
G.S. Solanki*1, Awadhesh Kumar1
1Mizoram University, India, 2North Eastern Regional Institute of Science & Technology, India
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Predation and time constraints  -  10:30-12:30
TIME COURSE OF CHANGES IN PLASMA INHIBIN B LEVEL IN MALE JAPANESE MACAQUES (MACACA FUSCATA)
Mariko Itoh*1, Ken Takumi2, Motoharu Hayashi2, Jun Sato1, Gen Watanabe3, Kazuyoshi Taya3, Keiko Shimizu2
1Futuristic Environmental Simulation Center, Research Institute of Environmental Medicine, Nagoya University, Japan, 2Department of Cellular and Molecular Biology, Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan, 3Laboratory of Veterinary Physiology, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
TIME-MATCHED GROOMING IN WILD GRAY-CHEEKED MANGABEYS (LOPHOCEBUS ALBIGENA)
R.L. Chancellor*, L.A. Isbell
University of California, Davis, United States
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Social markets  -  16:00-18:00
TIMING OF SEXUAL ACTIVITY IN RELATION TO FEMALE OVARIAN CYCLE IN CAPTIVE JAPANESE MACAQUES (MACACA FUSCATA)
C. Garcia*1, K. Shimizu1, M.A. Huffman1
1Primate Research Institute, Japan, 2CNRS, UPR 2147, France
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Hormonal studies of social and reproductive behaviour  -  13:30-15:30
TO FEED OR NOT TO FEED: GUM CONSUMPTION AND SEASONALITY IN GREY MOUSE LEMURS
M. Joly*, E. Zimmermann
University of Veterinary Medicine, Germany
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - The evolution of exudativory in primates (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
TO MATE OR NOT TO MATE? POTENTIAL FACTORS INFLUENCING COPULATION PROBABILITY IN THE SIFAKA
D. Antonacci*, S. Kaburu, I. Norscia, E. Palagi
Centro Interdipartimentale, Museo di Storia Naturale e del Territorio, Università di Pisa, Italy
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Male sexual strategies  -  13:30-15:30
TOKEN TRANSFERS AMONG GREAT APES: SPECIES DIFFERENCES, GESTURAL REQUESTS AND RECIPROCAL EXCHANGE
M. Pelé*1, V. Dufour2, B. Thierry1, J. Call3
1Département Ecologie, Physiologie & Ethologie, IPHC, Centre National pour la Recherche Scientifique, Université Louis Pasteur, France, 2School of Psychology, University of St Andrews, United Kingdom, 3Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Games  -  13:30-15:30
TONGUE MORPHOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT IN OTOLEMUR GARNETTII AND O. CRASSICADAUTUS
B.A. Docherty*1, L.J. Alport2, A.M. Burrows1, T.D. Smith3
1Duquesne University, United States, 2University of Texas at Austin, United States, 3Slippery Rock University, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - The evolution of exudativory in primates (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
TOWARDS A LOCAL EXTINCTION OF SEVERAL THREATENED PRIMATE SPECIES IN CÔTE D’IVOIRE
S Gonedelé Bi1, JC Bené1, A Bitty1, A Sangaré1, D Zinner*1
1Département de génétique, Université d’Abidjan-Cocody, Cote D'Ivoire, 2Centre Suisse de Recherches Scientifiques en Côte d’Ivoire, Cote D'Ivoire, 3Laboratoire de zoologie, Université d’Abidjan-Cocody, Cote D'Ivoire, 4German Primate Center, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
TOWARDS AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE SOCIAL SYSTEM OF BLACK-AND-WHITE SNUB-NOSED MONKEYS (RHINOPITHECUS BIETI)
C.C. Grueter*1, C.P. van Schaik1, B.P. Ren2, FW Wei2
1Anthropological Institute and Museum, University of Zurich, Switzerland, 2Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Odd-nosed monkeys 2  -  16:00-18:00
TRADE IN SUMATRAN GIBBONS AND SUMATRAN ORANG-UTANS
C. Yang Martinez*, V. Nijman
Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
TRADE-OFF THEORY OF MEMORY AND SYMBOLIZATION IN HUMANS AND CHIMPANZEES
T. Matsuzawa*, S. Inoue
Primate Research Institute Kyoto university, Japan
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Cogniton & communication: Memory and perception  -  16:00-18:00
TRADE-OFFS BETWEEN SOCIAL LEARNING AND INNOVATIVENESS IN COMMON MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX JACCHUS)?
J.M. Burkart*, M. Foglia, A. Strasser
Anthropological Institute, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Social learning and traditions  -  10:00-12:20
TRADITIONAL LAND USE PRACTICES OF POLITIOMAN VILLAGE: HOW DO THE MENTAWAI USE THEIR FOREST?
Emily Martin*1, Myrtille Lacoste1, Christophe Abegg2, Keith Hodges2
1French National Institute of Agronomy, France, 2German Primate Centre, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The Siberut Conservation Programme: Integrating field research and applied conservation (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
TRANSFER INDEX: A RELIABLE MEASURE OF GENERAL COGNITIVE ABILITY?
A. Strasser*, J. Burkart, K. Isler, C. van Schaik
University of Zuerich, Switzerland
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Comparative cognition  -  10:00-12:20
TRANSFER OF ASIAN SLOW LORIS TO CITES APPENDIX I: MEASURING THE CONSEQUENCES
T.J. Parish*1, V. Nijman1, K.A.I. Nekaris1, C.R. Shepherd2
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2TRAFFIC Southeast Asia, Malaysia
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Mitigating threats and trade  -  16:00-18:00
TRANSLATING PRIMATE LOCOMOTOR BIOMECHANICAL VARIABLES FROM THE LABORATORY TO THE FIELD.
D. Schmitt
Duke University, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Studying primate locomotion: Linking in situ and ex situ research (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
TRANSVALUED SPECIES AND CONSERVATION: IMPACTS OF HUNTING, LOGGING AND CONSERVATION ON GORILLAS (GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA), CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES TROGLODYTES) AND OTHER CROSS-CULTURALLY SIGNIFICANT SPECIES AT DZANGA-SANGHA RESERVE, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
M.J. Remis*1, R.D. Hardin2, B. DeSemboli3
1Purdue University, United States, 2University of Michigan, United States, 3World Wildlife Fund, Central African Republic
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Apes in human context  -  13:30-15:30
TRIADIC POST-CONFLICT INTERACTIONS AS SUBSTITUTE FOR RECONCILIATION IN CHIMPANZEES
T. Romero*, F.B.M. de Waal
Living Links, Emory University, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
TRICHROMATIC AND DICHROMATIC MARMOSETS (CALLITHRIX GEOFFROYI) MAY DIFFER IN FOOD INSPECTION STRATEGIES
M.B. Novy1, N.I. Mundy2, N.G. Caine*1
1California State University San Marcos, United States, 2University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
TUFTED CAPUCHINS CAN USE CONFIGURATIONS OF NEARBY LANDMARKS TO FIND FOOD
Patrizia Potì*, Martina Saporiti
Institute for Cognitive Sciences and Technologies, CNR, Italy
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Spatial cognition in nonhuman primates: New directions  -  10:00-12:20
ULTRASONIC ADVERTISEMENT CALLING IN THE GOODMAN’S MOUSE LEMUR: SEASONAL EFFECTS AND INDIVIDUALITY
C. Schopf*, M. Scheumann, E. Zimmermann
Institute of Zoology, University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
UNDERSTANDING OF APPARATUS FOR COGNITIVE TEST BY COMMOM MARMOSET
A.L.B. Mendes, J.C. Barbalho, R.G. Ferreira*, J.F. Araujo
Pós-Graduação em Psicobiologia, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
UNRAVELING THE MYSTERIES OF THE MALAGASY MEGAFAUNA: USING STABLE ISOTOPES TO TRACK ECOLOGICAL VARIABILITY IN EXTINCT LEMUR COMMUNITIES ACROSS MADAGASCAR
B.E. Crowley*1, L.E. Godfrey2, D.A. Burney3
1University of California, Santa Cruz, United States, 2University of Massachusetts, Amherst, United States, 34National Tropical Botanical Garden, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Conservation and ecology in Madagascar  -  10:00-12:20
URINARY C-PEPTIDE ALLOWS THE MONITORING OF CHANGES IN BODY WEIGHT RELATED TO DIETARY RESTRICTION IN CAPTIVE BONOBOS
Tobias Deschner*1, Jürgen Kratzsch2, Gottfried Hohmann1
1Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2Institute for Laboratory Medicine, Clinical Chemistry and Molecular Diagnostics, Germany
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Emerging methods in field primatology  -  10:00-12:20
URINARY C-PEPTIDE OF INSULIN AS A NON-INVASIVE MEASURE OF ENERGY BALANCE IN WILD ORANGUTANS
C.D. Knott*, M. Emery Thompson
Harvard University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Emerging methods in field primatology  -  10:00-12:20
USE OF A WELFARE ASSESSMENT MATRIX IN EXPERIMENTAL PRIMATES
Sarah Wolfensohn*, Paul Honess
Oxford University, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Welfare & management: 3Rs  -  13:30-15:30
USE OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES TO ADVANCE PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIORAL STUDIES
C. Schnell*1, C. Pryce1, N. Schultz-Darken2
1Novartis Pharma AG, Switzerland, 2University of Wisconsin, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - How interdisciplinary exchange advances our understanding of marmosets: Examples from the European Marmoset Research group (EMRG) and the Marmoset Research Group of the Americas (MaRGA)  -  16:00-18:00
USING ACOUSTIC PLAYBACK EXPERIMENTS TO ASSESS INFANT-CAREGIVER COMMUNICATION IN WILD GOLDEN LION TAMARINS AT POÇO DAS ANTAS RESERVE, BRAZIL
J.M. Siani*, J.M. Dietz
University of Maryland, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Field experiments: The challenges and benefits of using experimental methods in field research (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
USING OLFACTORY CUES TO DISCERN PREDATORS
S.L. Gursky
Texas A&M University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Olfactory communication in nocturnal and cathermeral primates  -  10:00-12:20
USING PLAYBACK EXPERIMENTS TO INVESTIGATE PAIR BOND FUNCTION IN BROWN TITI MONKEYS (CALLICEBUS BRUNNEUS)
J.M. Lawrence
Columbia University, United States
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Field experiments: The challenges and benefits of using experimental methods in field research (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
USING SEXUAL DIMORPHISM, PATTERNS OF DEVELOPMENT, AND TAPHONOMY TO RECONSTRUCT SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR IN FOSSIL HOMININS
C.A. Lockwood
University College London, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - The context for being human: Social behaviour of early hominins from the perspective of primate socioecology (part II)  -  13:30-15:30
USING THE A.P.E.S. DATABASE FOR CONSERVATION-ORIENTED RESEARCH: THE ALARMING DECLINE OF CHIMPANZEES IN IVORY COAST
G. Campbell*1, H. Kuehl1, C. Boesch1, C. Boesch2
1Max Planck Institute For Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 2Wild Chimpanzee Foundation, Germany
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Great ape conservation methods  -  16:00-18:00
USING VIRTUAL REALITY TO INVESTIGATE COMPARATIVE SPATIAL COGNITIVE ABILITIES OF CHIMPANZEES AND HUMANS
Francine Dolins*1, Charles Menzel2, Alan Cowey3, Steve Pettifer4, Christopher Klimowicz1, Betty Chan2, John Kelley2, Sarah Hunsberger2
1University of Winchester, United Kingdom, 2Georgia State University, United States, 3Oxford University, United Kingdom, 4University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Learning and perception  -  10:00-12:20
UTILITY OF REMOTELY-SENSED DATA FOR FIELD SURVEYS OF PAN TROGLODYTES VELLEROSUS IN NIGERIA
R.A. Bergl*1, J.F. Oates2, R. Ikemeh3, A. Ogunsesan3, L. Pintea4
1North Carolina Zoological Park, United States, 2Hunter College, United States, 3Nigerian Conservation Foundation, Nigeria, 4Jane Goodall Institue, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Biology and conservation of the most endangered apes in Africa (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
UTILITY OF THE HABITUATION–DISHABITUATION PROCEDURE FOR COGNITIVE STUDIES OF NEW WORLD MONKEYS: VERIFICATION OF THE LOOKING TIME SENSITIVITY AND EXPLORATION OF THE BEHAVIOURAL MEASURES
T. Kaneko*, M. Tomonaga
Kyoto University Primate Research Institute, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
VARIABILITY OF COMMUNICATION SOUNDS WITHIN AND AMONG SPECIES: INSIGHTS FROM NOCTURNAL LEMURS
E. Zimmermann
University of Veterinary Medicine, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Morphological correlates of non-human primate vocalizations: What's the sound of size, sex and species (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
VARIABILITY OF SOCIAL AND VOCAL BEHAVIOUR : INFLUENCE OF THE MODIFICATION OF GROUP COMPOSITION IN CAPTIVE DE BRAZZA’S MONKEYS (CERCOPITHECUS NEGLECTUS)
H. Bouchet*, C. Blois-Heulin, A. Lemasson
UMR 6552 Laboratoire Ethologie-Evolution-Ecologie, CNRS - Université de Rennes1, France
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Vocalizations  -  10:00-12:20
VARIATION IN BONOBO MALE MATING AND SOCIAL STRATEGIES
F.J. White*1, M.T. Waller1, N.M. Malone1, A.K. Cobden2
1University of Oregon, United States, 2Emory University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Male sexual strategies  -  13:30-15:30
VARIATION IN FECAL CORTISOL LEVELS IN A WILD BLACK HOWLER POPULATION IN SOUTHERN BELIZE
A.M. Behie*1, M.S.M. Pavelka1, C.A. Chapman2
1University of Calgary, Canada, 2McGill University, Canada
Wednesday 6th August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Sex and stress: Hormones  -  10:00-12:20
VARIATION IN FUR RUBBING IN TWO POPULATIONS OF WILD SPIDER MONKEYS (ATELES GEOFFROYI)
C.J. Santorelli*1, C.M. Schaffner1, F. Aureli2
1University of Chester, United Kingdom, 2Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
VARIATION IN GORILLA BRAIN SIZE: WHERE DO THE CROSS RIVER GORILLAS FIT?
A.B. Taylor*1, C.P. Groves1, B. Morgan1, J. Sunderland-Groves1
1Duke University, United States, 2Australian National University, Australia, 3Zoological Society of San Diego, United States, 4Center for International Forestry Research, Indonesia
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Biology and conservation of the most endangered apes in Africa (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
VARIATION IN NEST ARCHITECTURE OF FONGOLI CHIMPANZEES, IN SOUTH EASTERN SENEGAL
F.A. Stewart*1, W.C. McGrew1, J.D. Pruetz2
1University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2Iowa State University, United States
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Tool use and cognition  -  16:00-18:00
VERY HIGH DENSITIES OF WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLAS GORILLA GORILLA GORILLA IN RAPHIA SWAMP FOREST, REPUBLIC OF CONGO
H.J. Rainey*1, F.C. Iyenguet1, G.A.F. Malanda1, B. Madzoke1, D. Dos Santos2, E.J. Stokes5, F. Maisels3, S. Strindberg4
1Wildlife Conservation Society, Congo, 2Ministere de l'Economie Forestiere, Congo, 3Wildlife Conservation Society, Gabon, 4Wildlife Conservation Society, United States, 5Wildlife Conservation Society, Congo
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Ape conservation biology  -  10:00-12:20
VETERINARY CONSIDERATIONS FOR NEWLY CAPTURED AND IMPORTED PRIMATES
D. Cohn*2, L. Jones-Engel1
1University of Washington- NPRC, United States, 2Albany Medical College, United States
Monday 4 August:  Symposium - Application of the IPS Captive Care Guidelines for Primates: Principles in practice  -  13:30-15:30
VISUAL AND AUDITORY MONITORING OF GROUP MEMBERS DURING MOVING IN A GROUP IN JAPANESE MACAQUES
M. SUZUKI
Primate Research Institute, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
VISUAL LATERALITY IN RED-CAPPED MANGABEYS, CERCOCEBUS TORQUATUS TORQUATUS: INFLUENCE OF THE EMOTIONAL VALUE OF THE STIMULUS AND TEMPORAL STABILITY
C. Blois-Heulin*, M. de Latude, M. Demange
University of Rennes 1, France
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Learning and perception  -  10:00-12:20
VISUAL SEARCH ON THE GROUND-LIKE SURFACE DEFINED BY TEXTURE GRADIENTS IN CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES) AND HUMANS (HOMO SAPIENS)
Tomoko Imura*, Masaki Tomonaga
Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
VOCAL BEHAVIOUR IN FREE-RANGING FEMALE CAMPBELL’S MONKEYS
K. Ouattara*1, K. Zuberbühler2, E.K. N'goran4, J-E. Gombert3, A. Lemasson1
1Rennes 1 University, France, 2St Andrews University, United Kingdom, 3Rennes 2 University, France, 4Cocody University, Cote D'Ivoire
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Vocalizations  -  10:00-12:20
VOCAL INDIVIDUALITY IN WHITE-CHEEKED CRESTED GIBBONS (NOMASCUS LEUCOGENYS): ACOUSTIC FEATURES AND SONG ORGANIZATION
Hou-Chun Chen*, Gisela Kaplan
University of New England, Australia
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
VOCAL REPERTOIRE OF SICHUAN SNUB-NOSED MONKEYS (RHINOPITHECUS ROXELLANA) IN QINLING, CHINA
S. Hua-Connell*1, C.L. Tan2
1Columbia University, United States, 2Zoological Society of San Diego, United States
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Odd-nosed monkeys 2  -  16:00-18:00
VOCAL RESPONSES OF MALE PUTTY-NOSED MONKEYS REFLECT A RESPONSE-URGENCY RATHER THAN A REFERENTIAL CALLING SYSTEM
T.K. Price*1, K. Arnold2, K. Zuberbühler2, S. Semple1
1Roehampton University, United Kingdom, 2University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Field experiments: The challenges and benefits of using experimental methods in field research (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
VOCAL TRACT MORPHOLOGY DETERMINES SPECIES-SPECIFIC CUES IN LEMUR VOCALIZATIONS
M. Gamba*1, J. Medard2, H. Andriamialison2, G. Rakotoarisoa2, C. Giacoma1
1Department of Animal and Human Biology, Italy, 2Parc Botanique et Zoologique Tsimbazaza, Madagascar
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Morphological correlates of non-human primate vocalizations: What's the sound of size, sex and species (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
WEATHER CONDITIONS AFFECT TRAVELING PATTERNS OF BLACK CAPPED CAPUCHINS (CEBUS NIGRITUS) IN ATLANTIC FOREST
Andrea Presotto*, Patricia Izar
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Behavioural ecology  -  16:00-18:00
WELFARE ASPECTS OF THE ILLEGAL WILDLIFE TRADE IN ASIA AS ILLUSTRATED BY THE TRADE IN PET GIBBONS IN INDONESIA
V. Nijman
Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Mitigating threats and trade  -  16:00-18:00
WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLA TOURISM: ASSESSING THE IMPACT ON GORILLA BEHAVIOUR
Chloe Cipolletta*2, Chloe Hodgkinson1
1University College, London, United Kingdom, 2Dzanga-Sangha Project, WWF, Central African Republic
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Apes in human context  -  13:30-15:30
WHAT ECOLOGICAL VARIABLES PREDICT PRIMATE PRESENCE (MACACA, TRACHYPITHECUS, LORIS) IN SRI LANKA’S RAINFOREST FRAGMENTS?
K.A.I. Nekaris*1, P.H. Douglas1, S.N. Gamage2, A. Gunawardene2, R. Moore1, G. Donati1
1Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom, 2University of Ruhuna, Sri Lanka
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Responses of primates to habitat alteration (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
WHAT IS A GESTURE – STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES OF GREAT APES GESTURES
K. Liebal*1, J. Bressem2, F. Fatfouta2, S. Tag2, S. Tempelmann1, C. Mueller2
1University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom, 2European University Viadrina, Germany
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Meaning and function of primate vocalisations and gestures: Monkeys and apes (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
WHAT LIMITS THE BIOLOGICAL EVOLUTION OF CULTURAL ACCUMULATION?
J.J. Bryson
Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research, Austria
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
WHAT PROCOLOBUS CAN TELL US ABOUT THE EVOLUTION OF FEMALE SEXUAL SIGNALS
A.H. Korstjens*1, S. Hobeika2, P. Beziers2, M. Heistermann3
1Bournemouth University, United Kingdom, 2Universite Neuchatel, Switzerland, 3German Primate Centre, Germany
Monday 4 August:  Proffered papers - Sex & societies: Female sexual strategies  -  10:30-12:30
WHAT’S GOING ON IN THE FOREST?: ECOLOGY OF LOWLAND GORILLAS LIVING AROUND LOKOUÉ BAI
C. Devos*, M.C. Huynen
University, Belgium
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Conservation: Ape conservation biology  -  10:00-12:20
WHEN SMALL IS DANGEROUS: THE CONSERVATION ECOLOGY OF A NATURALLY RANGE-RESTRICTED PRIMATE, SAGUINUS BICOLOR, THE MANAUS MARMOSET
Marcelo Gordo*1, Fabiano O. Calleia1, Fabio Rohe2, José J.F. Leite1, Sâmia A. Vasconcelos1, Grace L. Cardoso1, Marisangela P. Anjos1, Eduardo M. Venticinque2, Izeni P. Farias1, Tomas Hrbek3, Stephen F. Ferrari4
1Universidade Federal do Amazonas - Projeto Sauim-de-Coleira, Brazil, 2Wildlife Conservation Society - Brasil, Brazil, 3Universidad de Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico, 4Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Brazil
Thursday 7th August:  Symposium - Primate ecology and conservation: Lessons from central Amazonia  -  10:00-12:20
"WHO PREFERS WHOM?" RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN THE SOCIAL UNITS OF THE GOLDEN SNUB-NOSED MONKEY, RHINOPITHECUS ROXELLANA
D. White
Australian National University, Australia
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Odd-nosed monkeys 2  -  16:00-18:00
WHY ARE PRIMATES LESS DIVERSE AT HIGHER LATITUDES?
A.H. Harcourt*1, B.M. Schreier1
1University of California, United States, 2University of California, United States
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Foraging & ecology: Eco- and phylo- geography  -  13:30-15:30
WHY DO NOCTURNAL PRIMATES HAVE CONES?
E. Davion*1, R.D. Martin2
1The University of Chicago, United States, 2The Field Museum, United States
Wednesday 6th August:  Poster reception 2  -  18:00-19:30
WHY GROUPING - WHY HELP? COOPERATIVE BREEDING IN A SOLITARY FORAGER
M. Eberle
German Primate Center, Leibnitz-Institute for Primate Research, Germany
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Cooperative breeding in primates: Expanding our perspectives on taxonomic distribution and mechanisms (part II)  -  16:00-18:00
WHY HAVEN'T MORE LEMURS GONE EXTINCT? ECOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF LEMURS AND TREES TO HABITAT EDGES IN SE MADAGASCAR
Laura Bolt*, Shawn M. Lehman
University of Toronto, Canada
Tuesday 5th August:  Symposium - Defining habitat quality of primates: Implications for behavioural ecology and conservation (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
WILD BEARDED CAPUCHIN MONKEYS (CEBUS LIBIDINOSUS) SELECT FUNCTIONAL HAMMER TOOLS
Elsa Addessi*1, Noemi Spagnoletti2, Elisabetta Visalberghi1
1CNR, Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies (ISTC), Italy, 2University La Sapienza, Italy
Wednesday 6th August:  Symposium - Comparing percussive tool use in chimpanzees and capuchins (part I)  -  13:30-15:30
WILD CAPUCHINS SHOW SEX DIFFERENCES IN TOOL USE: ENERGETIC COSTS, SEXUAL SELECTION OR SOCIAL TRADITION?
Antonio Moura*1, Phyllis Lee2
1Universidade Estadual de Feira de Santana, Brazil, 2University of Stirling, United Kingdom
Friday 8th August:  Proffered papers - Cognition & communication: Capuchin cognition  -  10:00-12:20
WINTER HABITAT SELECTION BY MACACA MULATTA IN THE TAIHANGSHAN MOUNTAINS NATURE RESERVE, JIYUAN, CHINA
Lu Ji-Qi*1, Lu Jiu-Quan2, Xie Dong-Ming1, Guo Xiang-Bao1, Qu Lei1
1Department of Bioengineering, Zhengzhou University, China, 2School of Life Science, Henan Normal University, China
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
WORKING MEMORY OF NUMERALS IN HUMANS AND CHIMPANZEES
S. INOUE*, T. MATSUZAWA
Primate Research Institute of Kyoto University, Japan
Tuesday 5th August:  Proffered papers - Cogniton & communication: Memory and perception  -  16:00-18:00
YAWNING BEHAVIOUR IN SEMI-FREE RANGING GELADA BABOONS (THEROPITHECUS GELADA)
A. Leone*1, G. Mancini1, M. Mignini1, P.F. Ferrari2, E. Palagi1
1Centro Interdipartimentale Museo di Storia Naturale e del Territorio Università di Pisa Via Roma 79, 56011, Italy, 2Dipartimento di Neuroscienze, Università di Parma, via Volturno 39, 43100, Italy
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
YAWNING IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES (PAN TROGLODYTES): AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY OF FORM AND FUNCTION
S-J. Vick*1, A. Paukner1
1University of Stirling, United Kingdom, 2National Institute of Health and Human Development, United States
Friday 8th August:  Symposium - Facial expression in primates: Measurement, meaning and function (part I)  -  10:00-12:20
Y-STR POLYMORPHISM IN WILD CHIMPANZEES AT MAHALE MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK
Eiji Inoue*1, Miho Inoue-Murayama1, Linda Vigilant2, Osamu Takenaka3, Toshisada Nishida4
1Faculty of Applied Biological Sciences, Gifu University, Japan, 2Department of Primatology, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, 3Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan, 4Japan Monkey Centre, Japan
Monday 4 August:  Poster reception 1  -  18:00-19:30
ZANZIBAR RED COLOBUS POPULATION STRUCTURE AND DEMOGRAPHIC RESILIENCE IN CORAL RAG AND MANGROVE
K. Nowak*1, P.C. Lee2
1WildCRU, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, 2University of Stirling, United Kingdom
Thursday 7th August:  Proffered papers - Demography, life history & populations: Groups and populations of colobines  -  13:30-15:30