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AGGRESSION AND RECONCILIATION IN MACACA: 2001-2002

Andrew RJ; Rogers LJ
The nature of lateralization in tetrapods. 
COMPARATIVE VERTERATE LATERALIZATION. Rogers LJ Andrew RJ, Editors. New York: Cambridge Univ Press. 2002. Pgs: 94-125 


Barros M; Tomaz C 
Non-human primate models for investigating fear and anxiety. 
NEUROSCIENCE AND BIOBEHAVIORAL REVIEWS. 2002. 26(2). Pgs: 187-201 


Berman CM 
Impact of translocation, provisioning and range restriction on a group of Macaca thibetana. 
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2002. 23(2). Pgs: 383-397 


Brent L; Veira Y 
Social behavior of captive Indochinese and Insular long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis) following transfer to a new facility. 
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2002. 23(1). Pgs: 147-159 


Byrne RW 
The primate origins of human intelligence. 
THE EVOLUTION OF INTELLIGENCE. Sternberg RJ Kaufman JC, 


Call J; Aureli F; de Waal FBM 
Postconflict third-party affiliation in stumptailed macaques. 
ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR. 2002. 63(2). Pgs: 209-216 


Cleveland A; Trenkle M; Lussier I; Higley J; Westergaard G 
CSF 5-HIAA, life history and aggression in captive female rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). 
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. 2002. Suppl 34. Pgs: 55 


Cooper MA; Bernstein IS 
Counter aggression and reconciliation in Assamese macaques (Macaca assamensis). 
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2002. 56(4). Pgs: 215-230 


Enomoto T; Watanabe K 
Characteristics of social interactions among groups of Macaca hecki/M. tonkeana hybrid monkeys. 
ANTHROPOLOGICAL SCIENCE. 2002. 110(1). Pgs: 88 


Lorenz J; Smith K; Viray J; Bender P; Beck J; Smith D 
Serotonin transporter promoter length variants among the Cercopithecinae. 
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. 2002. Suppl 34. 


Pavelka MM 
Resistance to the cross-species perspective in anthropology. 
PRIMATES FACE TO FACE: CONSERVATION IMPLICATIONS OF HUMAN-NONHUMAN PRIMATE INTERCONNECTIONS. Fuentes A Wolfe LD, 


Russell JA 
Editorial: Neuroendocrinology with feeling. 
JOURNAL OF NEUROENDOCRINOLOGY. 2002. 14(1). Pgs: 1-3 


Sugiura H; Agetsuma N; Suzuki S 
Troop extinction and female fusion in wild Japanese macaques in Yakushima. 
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2002. 23(1). Pgs: 69-84 


Arnold K; Barton RA 
Postconflict behavior of spectacled leaf monkeys (Trachypithecus obscurus). II. Contact with third parties. 
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 22(2). Pgs: 267-286 


Arnold K; Barton RA 
Postconflict behavior of spectacled leaf monkeys (Trachypithecus obscurus). I. Reconciliation. 
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 22(2). Pgs: 243-266 


Arnold K; Whiten A 
Post-conflict behaviour of wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes 
schweinfurthii) in the Budongo Forest, Uganda. BEHAVIOUR. 2001. 138(5). Pgs: 649-690 


Bardi M; Shimizu K; Fujita S; Borgognini-Tarli S; Huffman MA 
Social behavior and hormonal correlates during the perinatal period in Japanese macaques. 
HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR. 2001. 39(3). Pgs: 239-246 


Barrett L; Henzi SP 
The utility of grooming in baboon troops. 
ECONOMICS IN NATURE: SOCIAL DILEMMAS, MATE CHOICE AND BIOLOGICAL MARKETS.
Noe R van Hooff JARAM Hammerstein P, Editors. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ Press. 2001. Pgs: 119-145 


Bermond B 
A neuropsychological and evolutionary approach to animal consciousness and animal suffering. 
ANIMAL WELFARE. 2001. 10(Suppl). Pgs: S47-S62


Birky W 
Mating patterns in the Formosan macaque (Macaca cyclopis). 
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 54(Suppl 1). Pgs: 46 


Capitanio JP 
Sociability in adult male rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) may be associated with social skills. 
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 54(Suppl 1). Pgs: 98 


Chamove AS 
Floor-covering research benefits primates. 
AUSTRALASIAN PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 14(3). Pgs: 16-19 


Chapais B 
Primate nepotism: What is the explanatory value of kin selection? 
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 22(2). Pgs: 203-229 


Cobb N 
The development of partner preferences in juvenile rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). 
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 54(Suppl 1). Pgs: 66-67 


Combes SL; Altmann J 
Status change during adulthood: Life-history by-product or kin selection based on reproductive value? 
PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON. 2001. B268(1474). Pgs: 1367-1373 


Cooper M 
Inter-group encounters in bonnet macaques (Macaca radiata). 
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 54(Suppl 1). Pgs: 83 


Cowlishaw G; Clutton-Brock T 
Primates. 
THE NEW ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MAMMALS. Macdonald D, Editors. Oxford: Oxford Univ Press. 2001. Pgs: 290-301 


Crockett CM; Koberstein D; Heffernan KS 
Compatibility of laboratory monkeys housed in grooming-contact cages varies by species and sex. 
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 54(Suppl 1). Pgs: 51-52 


Demaria C; Thierry B 
A comparative study of reconciliation in rhesus and Tonkean macaques. 
BEHAVIOUR. 2001. 138(3). Pgs: 397-410 


Devinney BJ; Berman CM; Rasmussen KLR 
Changes in yearling rhesus monkeys' relationships with their mothers after sibling birth. 
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 54(4). Pgs: 193-210 


DeVinney B; Yang J; Suomi S 
Maternal rejection and aggression toward infants during weaning among rhesus monkeys at the N.I.H. field station. 
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 54(Suppl 1). Pgs: 77 


Fashing PJ 
Male and female strategies during intergroup encounters in guerezas (Colobus guereza):
 Evidence for resource defense mediated through males and a comparison with other primates. 
BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY. 2001. 50(3). Pgs: 219-230 


Fessler DMT 
Emotions and cost-benefit assessment: The role of shame and self-esteem in risk taking. 
BOUNDED RATIONALITY: THE ADAPTIVE TOOLBOX. Gigerenzer G Selten R, Editors. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. 2001. Pgs: 191-214 


Gordis E 
The living legacy of science: In memory of Markku Linnoila, MD, PhD. 
ALCOHOLISM CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH. 2001. 25(4). Pgs: 485-486 


Hauser MD; Akre K 
Asymmetries in the timing of facial and vocal expressions by rhesus monkeys: Implications for hemispheric specialization. 
ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR. 2001. 61(2). Pgs: 391-400 


Heinz A; Mann K; Weinberger DR; Goldman D 
Serotonergic dysfunction, negative mood states, and response to alcohol. 
ALCOHOLISM--CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH. 2001. 25(4). Pgs: 487-495 


Higley JD 
Individual differences in alcohol-induced aggression: A nonhuman-primate model. 
ALCOHOL RESEARCH & HEALTH. 2001. 25(1). Pgs: 12-19 


Hsu MJ; Lin JF 
Troop size and structure in free-ranging Formosan macaques (Macaca cyclopis) at Mt. Longevity, Taiwan. 
ZOOLOGICAL STUDIES. 2001. 40(1). Pgs: 49-60 


Itoigawa N 
The role of individuals in the history of a free-ranging group of Japanese macaques: Some thoughts on the relevance
for human behavioural research. 
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT. 2001. 25(2). Pgs: 184-186 


Keay KA; Bandler R 
Parallel circuits mediating distinct emotional coping reactions to different types of stress. 
NEUROSCIENCE & BIOBEHAVIORAL REVIEWS. 2001. 25(7-8). Pgs: 669-678 


Kilner TJ 
A preliminary study of the behaviour and ecology of the Buton macaque (Macaca brunnescens). 
PRIMATE EYE. 2001. 74. Pgs: 24-31 


Koyama NF 
The long-term effects of reconciliation in Japanese macaques Macaca fuscata. 
ETHOLOGY. 2001. 107(11). Pgs: 975-987 


Koyama N 
Patterns of coalition formation among high and low ranking Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata). 
PRIMATE EYE. 2001. 74. Pgs: 7 


Lesch KP 
Molecular foundation of anxiety disorders. 
JOURNAL OF NEURAL TRANSMISSION. 2001. 108(6). Pgs: 717-746 


Lindburg DG 
A century of involvement with lion-tailed macaques in North America. 
PRIMATE REPORT. 2001. 59. Pgs: 51-64 


Lutz C; Marinus L; Chase W; Meyer J; Novak M 
Self-injurious behavior in male rhesus macaques: Association with aggression and stress. 
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 54(Suppl 1). Pgs: 76-77 


Maestripieri D 
Biological bases of maternal attachment. 
CURRENT DIRECTIONS IN PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE. 2001. 10(3). Pgs: 79-83 


Maestripieri D 
Intraspecific variability in parenting styles of rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta): The role of the social environment. 
ETHOLOGY. 2001-. 107(3). Pgs: 237-248 


Mathy JW; Isbell LA 
The relative importance of size of food and interfood distance in eliciting aggression in captive rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). 
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA. 2001. 72(5). Pgs: 268-277 


Matsumura S 
The myth of despotism and nepotism: Dominance and kinship in matrilineal societies of macaques. 
PRIMATE ORIGINS OF HUMAN COGNITION AND BEHAVIOR. T Matsuzawa, Editors. Tokyo: Springer. 2001. Pgs: 441-462 


McCormack K; Megna NL 
The effects of privacy walls on aggression in a captive group of rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) 
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 54(Suppl 1). Pgs: 50-51 


Mellers BA; Erv I; Fessler DMT; Hemelrijk CK; Hertwig R; Laland KN; Scherer KR; Seeley TD; Selten R; Tetlock PE 
Group report: Effects of emotions and social processes on bounded rationality. 
BOUNDED RATIONALITY: THE ADAPTIVE TOOLBOX. Gigerenzer G Selten R, Editors. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. 2001. Pgs: 263-279 


Mondragon-Ceballos R 
Interfering in affiliations: Sabotaging by stumptailed macaques, Macaca arctoides. 
ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR. 2001. 62(6). Pgs: 1179-1187 


Nakamichi M 
Mother-offspring relationship in macaques. 
PRIMATE ORIGINS OF HUMAN COGNITION AND BEHAVIOR. T Matsuzawa, Editors. Tokyo: Springer. 2001. Pgs: 418-440 


Nunn CL; van Schaik CP; Zinner D 
Do exaggerated sexual swellings function in female mating competition in primates? A comparative test of the reliable indicator hypothesis. 
BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY. 2001. 12(5). Pgs: 646-654 


Nystrom P; Schapiro SJ; Hau J 
Accumulated means analysis: A novel method to determine reliability of behavioral studies using continuous focal sampling. 
IN VIVO. 2001. 15(1). Pgs: 29-34 


Okamoto K; Matsumura S 
Group fission in moor macaques (Macaca maurus). 
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 22(3). Pgs: 481-493 


O'Neill AC 
The relationship between ovarian hormones and the behavior of Japanese macaque females (Macaca fuscata) during the mating season. 
MASTERS ABSTRACTS. 2001. 39(6). Pgs: 1494 


Palit G; Kalsotra A; Kumar R; Nath C; Dubey MP 
Behavioural and anti-psychotic effects of Ca2+ channel blockers in rhesus monkey. 
EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY. 2001. 412(2). Pgs: 139-144 


Plavcan JM 
Sexual dimorphism in primate evolution. 
YEARBOOK OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. 2001. 44. Pgs: 25-53 


Reader SM; Laland KN 
Primate innovation: Sex, age and social rank differences. 
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 22(5). Pgs: 787-805 


Rilling JK; Winslow JT; O'Brien D; Gutman DA; Hoffman JM; Kilts CD 
Neural correlates of maternal separation in rhesus monkeys. 
BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY. 2001. 49(2). Pgs: 146-157 


Rosenblum LA; Forger C; Noland S; Trost RC; Coplan JD 
Response of adolescent bonnet macaques to an acute fear stimulus as a function of early rearing conditions. 
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOBIOLOGY. 2001. 39(1). Pgs: 40-45 


Sanz CS; Weghorst JA; Sussman RW 
An examination of the relationship between post-conflict interaction method and theory. 
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. 2001. (Suppl 32). Pgs: 130 


Schino G 
Grooming, competition and social rank among female primates: A meta-analysis. 
ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR. 2001. 62(2). Pgs: 265-271 


Schino G; Speranza L; Troisi A 
Early maternal rejection and later social anxiety in juvenile and adult Japanese macaques. 
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOBIOLOGY. 2001. 38(3). Pgs: 186-190 


Seyfarth RM; Cheney DL 
Cognitive strategies and the representation of social relations by monkeys. 
NEBRASKA SYMPOSIUM ON MOTIVATION. 2001. 47. Pgs: 145-177 


Silk JB 
Grunts, girneys, and good intentions: The origins of strategic commitment in nonhuman primates. 
EVOLUTION AND THE CAPACITY FOR COMMITMENT. Nesse RM, Editors. New York: Russell Sage Fdn. 2001. Pgs: 138-157 


Silk JB 
Bonnet macaques: Evolutionary perspectives on females' lives. 
MODEL SYSTEMS IN BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY. Dugatkin LA, Editors. Princeton: Princeton Univ Press. 2001. Pgs: 433-452 


Smith TD; Siegel MI; Bhatnagar KP 
Reappraisal of the vomeronasal system of catarrhine primates: Ontogeny, morphology, functionality, and persisting questions. 
ANATOMICAL RECORD. 2001. 265(4). Pgs: 176-192 


Soltis J 
Why do female primates engage in non-procreative mating with multiple males? 
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. 2001. (Suppl 32). Pgs: 140 


Stahl D; Herrmann F; Kaumanns W 
Group formation of a captive all-male group of lion-tailed macaques (Macaca silenus). 
PRIMATE REPORT. 2001. 59. Pgs: 93-108 


Stavisky RC; Adams MR; Watson SL; Kaplan JR 
Dominance, cortisol, and behavior in small groups of female cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis). 
HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR. 2001. 39(3). Pgs: 232-238 


Stavisky RC; Whitten PL; Hammett DH; Kaplan JR
Lake pigments facilitate analysis of fecal cortisol and behavior in group-housed macaques. 
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY. 2001. 116(1). Pgs: 51-58 


Tanaka I; Tokida E; Takefushi H; Hagiwara T 
Tube test in free-ranging Japanese macaques: Use of sticks and stones to obtain fruit from a transparent pipe. 
PRIMATE ORIGINS OF HUMAN COGNITION AND BEHAVIOR. T Matsuzawa, Editors. Tokyo: Springer. 2001. Pgs: 509-518 


Tomaszycki ML; Davis JE; Gouzoules H; Wallen K 
Sex differences in infant rhesus macaque separation-rejection vocalizations and effects of prenatal androgens. 
HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR. 2001-. 39(4). Pgs: 267-276 


van Hooff JARAM 
Conflict, reconciliation and negotiation in non-human primates: The value of long-term relationships. 
ECONOMICS IN NATURE: SOCIAL DILEMMAS, MATE CHOICE AND BIOLOGICAL MARKETS.
 Noe R van Hooff JARAM Hammerstein P, Editors. 


van Noordwijk MA; van Schaik CP 
Career moves: Transfer and rank challenge decisions by male long-tailed macaques. 
BEHAVIOUR. 2001. 138(3). Pgs: 359-395 


Verbeek P; de Waal FBM 
Peacemaking among preschool children. 
PEACE & CONFLICT: JOURNAL OF PEACE PSYCHOLOGY. 2001. 7(1). Pgs: 5-28 


Waitt C; Buchanan-Smith HM 
What time is feeding? How delays and anticipation of feeding schedules affect stump-tailed macaque behavior. 
APPLIED ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR SCIENCE. 2001. 75(1). Pgs: 75-85 


Watanabe K 
A review of 50 years of research on the Japanese monkeys of Koshima: Status and dominance. 
PRIMATE ORIGINS OF HUMAN COGNITION AND BEHAVIOR. T Matsuzawa, Editors. Tokyo: Springer. 2001. Pgs: 405-417 


Worlein JM; Laudenslager ML 
Effect of early rearing experiences and social interactions on immune function in nonhuman primates. 
PSYCHONEUROIMMUNOLOGY. 3RD ED. VOL. 2. R. Ader D. L. Felten N. Cohen, Editors. San Diego: Academic Press. 2001. Pgs: 73-85 


Yang JJ; DeFinney BJ; Suomi SJ 
Kidnapping of infant rhesus macaques at the N.I.H. field station. 
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY. 2001. 54(Suppl 1). Pgs: 58 


Zinner D; Hindahl J; Kaumanns W 
Experimental intergroup encounters in lion-tailed macaques (Macaca silenus). 
PRIMATE REPORT. 2001. 59. Pgs: 77-92