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Alloparenting, adoption, foster mothering, kidnapping: 1996-1999

1.   Agoramoorthy, G. "Intergroup infant transfer among red howlers,
     Alouatta seniculus, in Venezuela: Adoption or kidnapping?"
     NEOTROPICAL PRIMATES 6(4): 121-123, 1998.

2.   Anonymous. "The Columbus Zoo gorilla husbandry program." GORILLA
     GAZETTE 10(2): 8, 1996.

3.   Anonymous. "Gorillas in the news." GORILLA 20(1): 10-11, 1997.

5.   Armstrong, B and S White. "Update on the surrogacy program at the
     Columbus Zoo." GORILLA GAZETTE 10(1): 10-11, 1996.

6.   Armstrong, E; D Elder; C Jendry; A Absi and et al. "Creation of an
     age-diversified gorilla group through alternative means." GORILLA
     GAZETTE 11(1): 15, 1997.

7.   Armstrong, E; A Absi; D Elder; D Frisch; C Jendry and S White.
     "Creation of an age-diversified gorilla group through alternative
     means." AZA [AM ZOO AQUARIUM ASSOC] REGIONAL CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
     (1996): 1-4, 1996.

8.   Armstrong, EL; D Elder and S White. "Creation of an age-diversified
     gorilla group through alternative means." IPS/ASP CONGRESS
     ABSTRACTS (1996): #681, 1996.

9.   Conlee, KM. "Rehabilitation, fostering, pseudo-twinning and
     hand-rearing: Techniques used to enhance physiological and
     behavioral development." CHIMPANZOO CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS (1996):
     23-26, 1997.

10.  Daub, S and M Kirkpatrick-Tanner. "Reversal of the cuckoo strategy:
     Infant care in common marmosets, Callithrix jacchus." ADVANCES IN
     ETHOLOGY 32: 270, 1997.

11.  Ellsworth, JA and C Andersen. "Adoption by captive parturient
     rhesus macaques:  Biological vs. adopted infants and the cost of
     being a |twin| and rearing |twins|." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
     PRIMATOLOGY 43(3): 259-264, 1997.

12.  Fragaszy, DM and LE Adams-Curtis. "Growth and reproduction in
     captive tufted capuchins." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 44(3):
     197-203, 1998.

13.  Goin, DL and DA Gust. "Peer-rearing influences subsequent maternal
     behavior and infant survival in a newly formed herpes B-virus
     negative rhesus macaque group." PRIMATES 39(4): 539-543, 1998.

14.  Govindarajulu, PT. "Constraints on kinship in predicting social
     behaviour in vervet monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops sabaeus)."
     MASTERS ABSTRACTS 34(2): 678, 1996.

15.  Hanscom, T. "Lowland gorilla adopts abandoned infant." AZA
     COMMUNIQUE (Mar): 19, 1997.

16.  Hawes, J. "A win-win-win for Ibi." ZOONOOZ (5): 10-13, 1996.

17.  Jovanovic, T and H Gouzoules. "Vocalisations of kidnapped rhesus
     infants elicit differential responses from their mothers." ADVANCES
     IN ETHOLOGY 32: 124, 1997.

18.  Kerridge, FJ and GM Francis. "Parenting and alloparenting in
     captive ruffed lemurs, Varecia variegata: Influences on infant
     development" FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(Suppl 1): 411-412, 1998.

19.  Kerridge, FJ. "Part-time fostering by a pair of black and white
     ruffed lemurs (Varecia variegata variegata)." ANIMAL WELFARE 8(1):
     35-42, 1999.

20.  Killam, L. "Surrogate mothering in red-capped mangabeys." AZA [AM
     ZOO AQUARIUM ASSOC] REGIONAL CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS (1996):
     105-108, 1996.

21.  Lewis, SE and AE Pusey. "Factors influencing the occurrence of
     communal care in plural breeding mammals." In: Pp. 335-360 in
     COOPERATIVE BREEDING IN MAMMALS. N.G. Solomon; J.A. French, eds.
     New York, Cambridge Univ Press, 1997. (RF 022301)

22.  Lloyd, J. "Unusual surrogate." AZA COMMUNIQUE (Dec): 24, 1997.

23.  Lyall, ZS. "The early development of behavior and independence in
     howler monkeys, Alouatta palliata mexicana." NEOTROPICAL PRIMATES
     4(1): 4-8, 1996.

24.  Maestripieri, D and KA Carroll. "Behavioral and environmental
     correlates of infant abuse in group-living pigtail macaques."
     INFANT BEHAVIOR & DEVELOPMENT 21(4): 603-612, 1998.

25.  Maestripieri, D and KA Carroll. "Child abuse and neglect:
     Usefulness of the animal data." PSYCHOLOGICAL BULLETIN 123(3):
     211-223, 1998. (RF 023413)

26.  Maestripieri, D. "The evolution of male-infant interactions in the
     tribe Papionini (Primates: Cercopithecidae)." FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA
     65(5): 247-251, 1998.

27.  Maestripieri, D; K Wallen and KA Carroll. "Genealogical and
     demographic influences on infant abuse and neglect in group-living
     sooty mangabeys (Cercocebus atys)." DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOBIOLOGY
     31(3): 175-180, 1997. (RF 022743)

28.  Maestripieri, D; K Wallen and KA Carroll. "Infant abuse runs in
     families of group-living pigtail macaques." CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT
     21(5): 465-471, 1997. (RF 022155)

29.  Maestripieri, D and KA Carroll. "Risk factors for infant abuse and
     neglect in group-living rhesus monkeys." PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
     9(2): 143-145, 1998. (RF 023412)

30.  Matisoo-Smith, E; SL Watt; JS Allen and DM Lambert. "Genetic
     relatedness and alloparental behaviour in a captive group of spider
     monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi)." FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 68(1): 26-30,
     1997.

31.  Mota, MTS and MBC Sousa. "[Relationship between alloparental care
     experience and plasma prolactin levels in marmosets, Callithrix
     jacchus.]" In: Pp. 151 in PROGRAMA E RESUMOS DO VIII CONGRESSO
     BRASILEIRO DE PRIMATOLOGIA & V REUNIAO LATINO-AMERICANO DE
     PRIMATOLOGIA. Joao Pessoa, Soc Bras de Primatol, 1997.

32.  Munn, C. "The early introduction of a hand-reared orangutan infant
     to a surrogate mother." AZA [AM ZOO AQUARIUM ASSOC] REGIONAL
     CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS (1996): 155-158, 1996.

33.  Nakamichi, M. "[Relationships between foster mothers and adopted
     infants and mother-infant separation in gorillas at San Diego Wild
     Animal Park.]" REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES 14(3): 263, 1998.

34.  Noordwijk, MA van. "The effects of dominance rank and group size on
     female lifetime reproductive success in wild long-tailed macaques,
     Macaca fascicularis." PRIMATES 40(1): 105-130, 1999.

35.  Ogawa, H. "Adoption and social interactions between a mother and
     'twin' offspring in Macaca fuscata." FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(2):
     100-105, 1998.

36.  Ogawa, H. "[Social interactions among a mother, an adopted infant,
     and a real infant of Japanese macaques in the Arashiyama F group.]"
     REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES 12(1): 1-10, 1996.

37.  Ogden, J. "Hand rearing great apes in zoos...the times they are
     a-changing." ZOONOOZ 70(10): 14-15, 1997.

38.  Ordog, T; MD Chen; KT O'Byrne; JR Goldsmith; MA Connaughton; J
     Hotchkiss and E Knobil. "On the mechanism of lactational
     anovulation in the rhesus monkey." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
     274(4, pt 1): E665-E676, 1998.

39.  Ordog, T; M-D Chen; JR Goldsmith; MA Connaughton and et al . "Role
     of prolactin in the lactational anovulation in the rhesus monkey."
     SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE ABSTRACTS 22(Pt 3): 1788, 1996.

40.  Paul, A; J Kuester and J Arnemann. "The sociobiology of male-infant
     interactions in Barbary macaques, Macaca sylvanus." ANIMAL
     BEHAVIOUR 51(1): 155-170, 1996.

41.  Pazol, K; S McDonald; K Baker and B Smuts. "Placing hand-reared
     chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) into adult social groups: A technique
     for facilitating group integration." LABORATORY PRIMATE NEWSLETTER
     37(3): 11-13, 1998.

42.  Petiniot, C and G Favata. "Female gorilla to surrogate mother
     gorilla using operant conditioning." GORILLA GAZETTE 11(1): 19,
     1997.

43.  Richardson, RL and WL MacCannell. "Influence of female availability
     on adoption in two captive groups of pigtail macaques (Macaca
     nemestrina)." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(2): 204-205, 1998.

44.  Rogers, K. "Santa Barbara Zoo announces squirrel monkey birth." AZA
     COMMUNIQUE (Jan): 18, 1999.

45.  Scott, JA. "Female competition and dominance hierarchies among
     three captive groups of western lowland gorillas (Gorilla
     gorilla)." DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS INTERNATIONAL A58(6): 2278, 1997.

46.  Scott, JA; JS Lockard and D Kalk. "Infant buffering behavior by
     female gorillas in competition." IPS/ASP CONGRESS ABSTRACTS (1996):
     #776, 1996.

47.  Sexton, P. "It takes a troop to raise a gorilla." GORILLA GAZETTE
     11(1): 20, 1997.

48.  Smith, CM. "Hand-raising a siamang for introduction to a surrogate
     at the Houston Zoo." AZA [AM ZOO AQUARIUM ASSOC] REGIONAL
     CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS (1996): 187-193, 1996.

49.  Smith, DG; S Kanthaswamy; M Disbrow and JL Wagner. "Reconstruction
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     JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 20(3): 415-429, 1999.

50.  Sodaro, C. "Successful orangutan surrogate mother at Brookfield
     Zoo." AZA COMMUNIQUE (Jul): 24, 1997.

51.  Sommerfeld, J; SM Howell and LT Nash. "Age and sex differences in
     alloparental behavior of captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)."
     IPS/ASP CONGRESS ABSTRACTS (1996): #694, 1996.

52.  Sommerfeld, JA; SM Howell; LT Nash and J Fritz. "Alloparental
     behavior among captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)." LABORATORY
     PRIMATE NEWSLETTER 37(1): 7-10, 1998.

53.  Suomi, SJ. "Early determinants of behaviour:  Evidence from primate
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54.  Tardif, SD. "The bioenergetics of parental behavior and the
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     French, eds. New York, Cambridge Univ Press, 1997.

55.  Thierry, B. "Adaptation and self-organization in primate
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56.  Timmermans, PJA and JMH Vossen. "The influence of rearing
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57.  Waal, F de. "CHIMPANZEE POLITICS : POWER AND SEX AMONG APES.
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58.  Waters, SS and D Thomas. "An observation of adoption in colobus
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59.  Watt, S. "Alloparental behaviour in Auckland Zoo spider monkeys
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60.  Watts, E. "Birth management and rearing" In: Pp. 45-58 in ORANGUTAN
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61.  Welker, C. "Alloparental care in capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) in
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62.  Welker, C and A Klaiber. "The crab-eating monkey (Macaca
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     1996.

63.  White, S and C Jendry. "Introductions of infants and juveniles:  A
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64.  Winstel, D. "Columbus Zoo notable birth reported." AZA COMMUNIQUE
     (Aug): 23, 1997.

65.  Wright, PC and SL Gursky. "Alloparental care in the New World
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     1996.