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COGNITION STUDIES (including tool use and language) 1998-1999: Part I (Authors A-J)

Anderson JR
Social stimuli and social rewards in primate learning and cognition.
BEHAVIOURAL PROCESSES 42(2-3): 159-175, 1998.

Anderson, J R
Self-recognition and the gaze of others.
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(1): 56, 1998. (Abstract)

Anonymous
Chimps may put their own spin on culture.
SCIENCE NEWS 154(24): 374, 1998.

Anonymous.
Letters: Geronimo! LABORATORY PRIMATE NEWSLETTER 37(2): 22, 1998.

Aogain EM
Imitation without attitudes.
BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES 21(5): 696-697, 1998.
(Open peer commentary)

Aureli F; Smucny D
New directions in conflict resolution research.
EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY 6(4): 115-119, 1998.

Barnaby W
Evolution of social behaviour patterns in primates and man.
INTERDISCIPLINARY SCIENCE REVIEWS 23(2): 95-98, 1998.

Beck BB
Cognitive aspects of reintroduction of golden lion tamarins in Brazil.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(2): 160, 1998. (Abstract)

Bekoff M
Resisting speciesism and expanding the community of equals.
BIOSCIENCE 48(8): 638-641, 1998.

Beran MJ; Rumbaugh DM
Delay of gratification in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(2): 169-170, 1998. (Abstract)

Bering JM; Bjorklund DF; Ragan P
Deferred imitation of object-related actions in young, enculturated great
apes.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(2): 170, 1998. (Abstract)

Bicca-Marques, J C
[Cognitive aspects associated with foraging in diurnal and nocturnal
neotropical primates.]
LABORATORY PRIMATE NEWSLETTER 37(1): 20, 1998. (Portuguese)

Bodamer MD
Cross-fostered chimpanzees initiate sign interactions.
DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS INTERNATIONAL B59(5): 2409, 1998.
(To order: #AAD98-33380. University Microfilms, Inc, Ann Arbor, MI 48106)

Boesch C; Tomasello M
Chimpanzee and human cultures.
CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 39(5): 591-614, 1998. (Comment & reply: Pp. 604-611)

Bovet D
[Object categorisation and perception of abstract relationships in
baboons.]
PRIMATOLOGIE. 1: 269-284, 1998. (French w/ English summary)

Boysen ST
The impact of enculturation on captive chimpanzees: A model of attentional
and socio-cultural re-organization. THIRD INTERNATIONAL GREAT APES OF THE
WORLD CONFERENCE. : 25, 1998.
(Abstract)

Bunk S
Interdisciplinary study of nonhuman primates gains ground.
SCIENTIST 12(10): 10 & 13, 1998.

Butterworth G
What is special about pointing in babies?
Pp. 171-190 in THE DEVELOPMENT OF SENSORY, MOTOR AND COGNITIVE CAPACITIES
IN EARLY INFANCY: FROM PERCEPTION TO COGNITION. Simion F, ed. Hove, UK,
Psychology Press, 1998.

Byrne RW
Chimpanzee and human cultures: Comment.
CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 39(5): 604-605, 1998.

Byrne RW; Russon AE
Learning by imitation: A hierarchical approach.
BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES 21(5): 667-721, 1998.
(Open peer commentary & author's reply: Pp. 684-717)

Carey S
Knowledge of number: Its evolution and ontogeny.
SCIENCE 282(5389): 641-642, 1998.

Carterette EC; Kendall RA
Comparative music perception and cognition. Pp. 725-791 in THE PSYCHOLOGY
OF MUSIC. 2ND ED. Deutsch D, ed. San Diego, Academic Press, 1999.

Chalcraft VJ
Incorporating in cross-fostered chimpanzees.
MASTERS ABSTRACTS 36(5): 1406, 1998.
(To order: #AAD13-89859. University Microfilms, Inc., Ann Arbor, MI 48106)

Chalmeau R
[Comparative study of cooperation in primates.]
PRIMATOLOGIE. 1: 285-307, 1998. (French w/ English summary)

Chen M; Chartrand TL; Lee-Chai AY; Bargh JA
Priming primates: Human and otherwise.
BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES 21(5): 685-686, 1998.
(Open peer commentary)

Committee on Well-Being of Nohuman Primates; Institute for Laboratory
Animal Research; Commission on Life Sciences; National Research Council
THE PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING OF NONHUMAN PRIMATES.
Washington, DC, Nat Acad Press, 1998, xiii, 168 pp.

Cummins DD
Social norms and other minds: The evolutionary roots of higher cognition.
Pp. 30-50 in THE EVOLUTION OF MIND. Cummins DD, ed. New York, Oxford Univ
Press, 1998.

De Lillo C; Aversano M; Tuci E; Visalberghi E
Spatial constraints and regulatory functions in monkeys' (Cebus apella)
search.
JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY 112(4): 353-362, 1998.

Domken D; Zayan R
[Study of individual recognition in primates and birds with pictures as
stimuli.]
PRIMATOLOGIE. 1: 225-248, 1998. (French w/ English summary)

Dunbar RIM
The social brain hypothesis. EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY 6(5): 178-190,
1998.

Erwin J; Bloomsmith M; Hof P; Holloway R; et al
The great ape aging project: A resource for the comparative study of
behavior, cognition, health, and neurobiology of the oldest apes. THIRD
INTERNATIONAL GREAT APES OF THE WORLD CONFERENCE. : 48, 1998. (Abstract)

Erwin JM; Hof P; Perl D
The Great Ape Aging Project: Behavior, cognition, and neurobiology.
CHIMPANZOO CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS 1997: 72, 1998. (Abstract)

Fouts, R S
On the psychological well-being of chimpanzees.
JOURNAL OF APPLIED ANIMAL WELFARE SCIENCE 1(1): 65-73, 1998.

Fragaszy DM
Planning and problem-solving in tufted capuchins (Cebus apella).
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(4): 205, 1998. (Abstract)

Fujita K; Ishikawa S; Tomonaga M; Hashiya K; et al
[Initial knowledge in infant Japanese monkeys.]
REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES 14(3): 265, 1998. (Japanese) (Abstract)

Gallese V; Goldman A
Mirror neurons and the simulation theory of mind-reading.
TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES 2(12): 493-501, 1998.

Gannon PJ; Broadfield DC; Kheck NM; Hof PR; et al
Brain language area evolution I. Anatomic expression of Heschl's gyrus and
planum temporale asymmetry in great apes, lesser apes and Old World
monkeys.
SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE ABSTRACTS 24(Pt 1): 160, 1998.
(Abstract)

Gardner RA; Gardner BT
THE STRUCTURE OF LEARNING: FROM SIGN STIMULI TO SIGN LANGUAGE.
Mahwah, Lawrence Erlbaum, 1998, xv, 373 pp..

Gibson KR; Rumbaugh D; Byrne R
Bigger is better: Primate brain size in relationship to cognition.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (Suppl 26): 101-102, 1998.
Abstract

Gilmore RO; Johnson MH
Learning what is where: Oculomotor contributions to the development of
spatial cognition.
Pp. 25-47 in THE DEVELOPMENT OF SENSORY, MOTOR AND COGNITIVE CAPACITIES IN
EARLY INFANCY: FROM PERCEPTION TO COGNITION. Simion F, ed. Hove, UK,
Psychology Press, 1998.

Goodale MA; Humphrey GK
The objects of action and perception.
COGNITION 67(1-2): 181-207, 1998.

Goodall J
Learning from the chimpanzees: A message humans can understand.
SCIENCE 282(5397): 2184-2185, 1998.

Gray C; Russell P
Theory of mind in nonhuman primates: A question of language?
BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES 21(1): 121, 1998. (Peer commentary)

Hall SL
Object play by adult animals.
Pp. 45-60 in ANIMAL PLAY: EVOLUTIONARY, COMPARATIVE, AND ECOLOGICAL
PERSPECTIVES. Bekoff M, ed. Cambridge, Cambridge Univ Press, 1998.

Harder JA; Baker HF; Ridley RM
The role of the central cholinergic projections in cognition: Implications
of the effects of scopolamine on discrimination learning by monkeys. BRAIN
RESEARCH BULLETIN 45(3): 319-326, 1998.

Hashimoto C
Chimpanzees of the Kalinzu Forest, Uganda. PAN AFRICA NEWS 5(1): 6-8,
1998.

Hauser MD
Functional referents and acoustic similarity: Field playback experiments
with rhesus monkeys.
ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR 55(6): 1647-1658, 1998.

Herndon JG; Constantinidis I; Moss MB
Age-related brain changes in rhesus monkeys: A magnetic resonance
spectroscopic study.
NEUROREPORT 9(9): 2127-2130, 1998.

Heyes CM
Theory of mind in nonhuman primates.
BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES 21(1): 101-148, 1998.
(Open peer commentary & author's reply: Pp. 115-141)

Heyes CM
Liberalism, chauvinism, and experimental thought.
BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES 21(1): 134-144, 1998.
(Author's response)

Hirata S; Myowa M; Matsuzawa T
Use of leaves as cushions to sit on wet ground by wild chimpanzees.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 44(3): 215-220, 1998.

Hixson MD
Ape language research: A review and behavioral perspective.
ANALYSIS OF VERBAL BEHAVIOR 15: 17-39, 1998.

Hodos W
Animal intelligence: A three-ring circus.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (Suppl 26): 135, 1998.
Abstract

Hopkins WD
The evolution and genetic basis (possibly?) of hemispheric specialization
and language: What can the great apes tell us? CAHIERS DE PSYCHOLOGIE
COGNITIVE 17(6): 1167-1175, 1998.

Hopkins WD; Leavens DA
Learning and cognition in aged chimpanzees: A preliminary report.
CHIMPANZOO CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS 1997: 74, 1998.
(Abstract)

Hopkins WD; Marino L; Rilling JK; MacGregor LA
Planum temporale asymmetries in great apes as revealed by magnetic
resonance imaging (MRI).
NEUROREPORT 9(12): 2913-2918, 1998.

          
Itakura S
|Primate Cognition,| by M Tomasello, et al. New York, Oxford Univ Press,
1997, 517 pp.
PRIMATES 39(3): 385-386, 1998. (Book review)

Iversen IH; Matsuzawa T
Automated training of line drawing and object movement (in fingermaze and
sorting tasks) on a touch-sensitive monitor in captive chimpanzees (Pan
troglodytes).
167-170 MEASURING BEHAVIOR '98. Noldus LPJJ, ed. Groningen, Noldus Info
Technol b.v., 1998.

Jolly A
Pair-bonding, female aggression and the evolution of lemur societies
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(Suppl 1): 1-13, 1998.