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COGNITION STUDIES (including tool use and language) 1998-1999: Part II (Authors K-Z)

Kawasaki K; Kubo N; Tsuchida J
[An application of behavior observation for analysis of cognitive ability
in aged monkeys.]
REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES 14(2): 103-107, 1998. (Japanese)

Kheck NM; Gannon PJ; Hof PR; Braun AR; et al
Brain language area evolution II. Human-like pattern of hemispheric
asymmetry in planum parietale of chimpanzees. SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE
ABSTRACTS 24(Pt 1): 160, 1998.
(Abstract)

Kuhlmeier VA; Boysen ST; Mukobi KL
Scale model comprehension by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(2): 191, 1998. (Abstract)

Lacreuse A; Herndon GJ; Moss MB
[Age-related cognitive decline in humans and rhesus monkeys (Macaca
mulatta).]
PRIMATOLOGIE. 1: 333-377, 1998.
(French w/ English summary)

Leavens DA; Hopkins WD
Intentional communication by chimpanzees: A cross-sectional study of the
use of referential gestures.
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 34(5): 813-822, 1998.

Leon MI; Shadlen MN
Exploring the neurophysiology of decisions. NEURON 21(4): 669-672, 1998.

Levin ED; Simon BB
Nicotinic acetylcholine involvement in cogitive function in animals.
PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY 138(3-4): 217-230, 1998.

Lurz RW
Animal minds: The possibility of second-order beliefs in non-linguistic
animals.
DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS INTERNATIONAL A59(3): 847, 1998.
(To order: #AAD98-26176. University Microfilms, Inc, Ann Arbor, MI 48106)

Lyn H; Savage-Rumbaugh ES; Rumbaugh D
Observational word learning in bonobos (Pan paniscus).
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(2): 193, 1998. (Abstract)

Martin-Malivel J
[Are real objects and their pictorial representation equivalent for
baboons (Papio papio)?
PRIMATOLOGIE. 1: 249-268, 1998. (French w/ English summary)

Matheson MD; Fragaszy DM
Imitation is not the |Holy Grail| of comparative cognition.
BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES 21(5): 697-698, 1998.
(Open peer commentary)

McGrew WC
Chimpanzee and human cultures: Comment.
CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 39(5): 607-608, 1998.

McGrew WC
Culture in nonhuman primates?
ANNUAL REVIEW OF ANTHROPOLOGY 27: 301-328, 1998.

McKinney, M L
The juvenilized ape myth - our |overdeveloped| brain. 
BIOSCIENCE 48(2): 109-116, 1998.

Menzel CR
Memory and communication of object types and object locations by a
language-trained chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
PRIMATOLOGY 45(2): 195-196, 1998.
(Abstract)

Middleton FA; Strick PL
Cerebellar output: Motor and cognitive channels.
TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES 2(9): 348-355, 1998.

Mitchell RW
Scientific and popular conceptions of the psychology of great apes from
the 1790s to the 1970s: Deja vu all over again. PRIMATE REPORT 53: 3-118,
1999.

Moss MB; Herndon JG; Killiany RJ
Age-related cognitive impairment in the rhesus monkey: Successful and
unsuccessful aging.
FASEB JOURNAL 12(5 pt 2 suppl): A943, 1998. (Abstract)

Mushiake H; Sato Y; Ishikawa T; Saito N; et al
Behavioral analysis of a path-finding task performed by Japanese monkeys.
SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE ABSTRACTS 24(Pt 1): 172, 1998. (Abstract)

Nakamichi M
Stick throwing by gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) at the San Diego Wild
Animal Park.
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 65(5): 291-295, 1998.

Nakamichi, M; Kato, E; Kojima, Y; Itoigawa, N
Carrying and washing of grass roots by free-ranging Japanese macaques at
Katsuyama.
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(1): 35-40, 1998.

Nisbett, R A; Ciochon, R L
Social behavior, cognition, and intelligence.
Pp. 1-5 in THE PRIMATE ANTHOLOGY:  ESSAYS ON PRIMATE BEHAVIOR, ECOLOGY,
AND CONSERVATION FROM NATURAL HISTORY. R.L. Ciochon; R.A. Nisbett, eds.
Upper Saddle River, Prentice Hall, 1998.

Nowak R
Almost human.
NEW SCIENTIST 161(2173): 20-21, 1999.

Ochiai M; Itou K; Izumi A; Kojima S
[Studies on the cognitive functions of aged monkeys.]
REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES 14(2): 95-102, 1998. (Japanese)

Overdorff DJ; Erhart EM
Group movements in wild Propithecus diadema edwardsi and Eulemur fulvus
rufus.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(2): 198, 1998. (Abstract)

Palfi S; Conde F; Riche D; Brouillet E; Dautry C; Mittoux V; Chibois A;
Peschanski M; Hantraye P
Fetal striatal allografts reverse cognitive deficits in a primate model of
Huntington disease.
NATURE MEDICINE 4(8): 963-966, 1998.

Panger MA
Object-use in free-ranging white-faced capuchins (Cebus capucinus) in
Costa Rica.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 106(3): 311-321, 1998.

Panger, M A
Hand preference and object-use in free-ranging white faced capuchin
monkeys (Cebus capucinus) in Costa Rica. DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS
INTERNATIONAL A58(8): 3193, 1998.
(To order:  #AAD98-03322.  University Microfilms, Inc, Ann Arbor, MI
48106)

Paterson JD
Chimpanzee and human cultures: Comment.
CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 39(5): 608-609, 1998.

Patterson F
Twenty six years of Project Koko and Michael.
THIRD INTERNATIONAL GREAT APES OF THE WORLD CONFERENCE. : 15, 1998.
(Abstract)

Paul A
VON AFFEN UND MENSCHEN: VERHALTENSBIOLOGIE DER PRIMATEN.
Darmstadt, Germany, Wissenschftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1998, viii, 315 pp.

Paule MG
Assessment of behavior in primates.
427-436 HANDBOOK OF DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROTOXICOLOGY. Slikker W, ed. San
Diego, Academic Press, 1998.

Pawlowski B; Lowen CB; Dunbar RIM
Neocortex size, social skills and mating success in primates.
BEHAVIOUR 135(3): 357-368, 1998.

Perret K; Buechner S; Adler HJ
[Enrichment program for zoo chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).]
ZOOLOGISCHE GARTEN 68(2): 95-111, 1998. (German)

Phillips KA
Tool use in wild capuchin monkeys (Cebus albifrons trinitatis).
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 46(3): 259-261, 1998.

Picault S; Collinot A
Designing social cognition models for multi-agent systems through
simulating primate societies.
Pp. 238-245 in INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MULTI-AGENT SYSTEMS,
PROCEEDINGS. , ed. Los Alamitos, IEEE Computer Soc Press, 1998.

Pollack D
Spontaneous tool use in a vervet monkey (Cercopithecus aethiops sabaeus).
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(2): 201, 1998. (Abstract)

Prut Y; Vaadia E; Bergman H; Haalman I; Slovin H; Abeles M
Spatiotemporal structure of cortical activity: Properties and behavioral
relevance.
JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY 79(6): 2857-2874, 1998.

Rice DC
Lack of effect of methylmercury exposure from birth to adulthood on
information processing speed in the monkey. NEUROTOXICOLOGY AND TERATOLOGY
20(3): 275-283, 1998.

Richard-Hansen C; Bello N; Vie JC
Tool use by a red howler monkey (Alouatta seniculus) towards a two-toed
sloth (Cholepus didactylus).
PRIMATES 39(4): 545-548, 1998.

Ristau CA
Cognitive ethology: The minds of children and animals.
Pp. 127-161 in THE EVOLUTION OF MIND. Cummins DD, ed. New York, Oxford
Univ Press, 1998.

Roitblat HL
Mechanisms of imitation: The relabeled story.
BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES 21(5): 701-702, 1998.
(Open peer commentary)

Romski MA; Sevcik RA
BREAKING THE SPEECH BARRIER: LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT THROUGH AUGMENTED MEANS.
Baltimore, Paul H. Brookes, 1998, xvi, 197 pp.

Russon AE
The nature and evolution of intelligence in orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus).
PRIMATES 39(4): 485-503, 1998.

Sanchez MM; Hearn EF; Do D; Rilling JK; Herndon JG
Differential rearing affects corpus callosum size and cognitive function
of rhesus monkeys.
BRAIN RESEARCH 812(1-2): 38-49, 1998.

Sapolsky, R M; Share, L J
Darting terrestrial primates in the wild:  A primer.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 44(2): 155-167, 1998.

Savage-Rumbaugh ES; Rumbaugh DM
Perspectives on consciousness, language, and other emergent processes in
apes and humans.
Pp. 533-549 in TOWARD A SCIENCE OF CONSCIOUSNESS II. Hameroff SR, ed.
Cambridge, MA, MIT Press, 1998.

Savage-Rumbaugh S; Shanker SG; Taylor TJ
APES, LANGUAGE, AND THE HUMAN MIND.
New York, Oxford Univ Press, 1998, x, 244 pp..

Sept J
Shadows on a changing landscape: Comparing nesting patterns of hominids
and chimpanzees since their last common ancestor. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
PRIMATOLOGY 46(1): 85-101, 1998.

Shillito DJ; Shumaker RW; Gallup GG Jr; Beck BB
Visual-perspective taking by an orang utan.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(2): 207, 1998. (Abstract)

Silberberg A; Widholm JJ; Bresler D; Fujita K; Anderson JR
Natural choice in nonhuman primates.
JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, ANIMAL BEHAVIOR PROCESSES 24(2):
215-228, 1998.

Silk JB
Making amends: Adaptive perspectives on conflict remediation in monkeys,
apes, and humans.
HUMAN NATURE 9(4): 341-368, 1998.

Silva, N G; Deputte, B L
Visual individual recognition in arboreal mangabeys (Cercocebus albigena
albigena):  A preliminary study. FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(1): 57, 1998.
(Abstract)

Sitompul AF; Fox EA; van Schaik CP
Intelligent tool use in wild Sumatran orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus abelii).
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (Suppl 26): 202-203, 1998.
Abstract

Slaughter V; Mealey L
Seeing is not (necessarily) believing.
BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES 21(1): 130, 1998. (Peer commentary)

Smith JD; Shields WE; Allendoerfer KR; Washburn DA
Memory monitoring by animals and humans.
JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, GENERAL 127(3): 227-250, 1998.

Spinney L
Liar! Liar! NEW SCIENTIST 157(2121): 22-26, 1998.

Stanford CB
The social behavior of chimpanzees and bonobos: Empirical evidence and
shifting assumptions.
CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 39(4): 399-420, 1998. (Comments: Pp. 407-415, by de
Waal, Ingmanson, Kano, McGrew, Milton, Moore, Parish, White, Wood &
Merrill)

Suddendorf T
On the ontogeny and phylogeny of the representational mind.
DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS INTERNATIONAL B59(2): 898, 1998.
(To order: #AAD98-24385. University Microfilms, Inc, Ann Arbor, MI 48106)

Suddendorf T
Simpler for evolution: Secondary representation in apes, children, and
ancestors.
BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES 21(1): 131, 1998.
(Peer commentary)

Susman RL
Hand function and tool behavior in early hominids.
JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION 35(1): 23-46, 1998.

Tanaka M
Symbolization facilitates formation of categories based on functions in a
chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes).
THIRD INTERNATIONAL GREAT APES OF THE WORLD CONFERENCE. : 29, 1998.
(Abstract)

Tarr MJ; Buelthoff HH
Image-based object recognition in man, monkey and machine.
COGNITION 67(1-2): 1-20, 1998.

Tinker J; Van Velson M; Lloyd GK; Menzaghi F; et al
Effects of SIB-1553A, a novel subtype selective nAChR agonist, on
cognition in chronic MPTP-treated monkeys. SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE
ABSTRACTS 24(Pt 1): 333, 1998.
(Abstract)

Tomasello M
Emulation learning and cultural learning.
BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES 21(5): 703-704, 1998. (Open peer commentary)

Ueno Y; Fujita K
Spontaneous tool use by a Tonkean macaque (Macaca tonkeana).
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 65(5): 318-324, 1998.

Urbani B
An early report on tool use by neotropical primates.
NEOTROPICAL PRIMATES 6(4): 123-124, 1998.

Vea JJ; Sabater-Pi J
Spontaneous pointing behaviour in the wild pygmy chimpanzee (Pan
paniscus).
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 65(5): 289-290, 1998.

Visalberghi E; Tomasello M
Primate causal understanding in the physical and psychological domains.
BEHAVIOURAL PROCESSES 42(2-3): 189-203, 1998.

Walraven VM
Tool use, social learning and mirror-self recognition: A study of the
cognitive capacities of bonobos (Pan paniscus) in captivity. DISSERTATION
ABSTRACTS INTERNATIONAL B59(3): 1011, 1998.
(To order: #AAD98-27996. University Microfilms, Inc, Ann Arbor, MI 48106)

Washburn DA; Astur RS
Nonverbal working memory of humans and monkeys: Rehearsal in the
sketchpad?
MEMORY & COGNITION 26(2): 277-286, 1998.

Washburn DA; Rumbaugh DM
[Learning by - and from - rhesus monkeys.]
PRIMATOLOGIE. 1: 205-223, 1998. (French w/ English summary)

Westergaard GC
What capuchin monkeys can tell us about the origins of hominid material
culture.
JOURNAL OF MATERIAL CULTURE 3(1): 5-19, 1998.

Westergaard GC; Kuhn HE; Suomi SJ
Laterality of hand function in tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella):
Comparison between tool use actions and spontaneous non-tool actions.
ETHOLOGY 104(2): 119-125, 1998.

Westergaard GC; Lundquist AL; Haynie MK; Kuhn HE; Suomi SJ
Why some capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) use probing tools (and others do
not).
JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY 112(2): 207-211, 1998.

Westergaard, G C; Kuhn, H E; Suomi, S J
Effects of upright posture on hand preference for reaching vs. the use of
probing tools by tufted capuchins (Cebus apella). AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
PRIMATOLOGY 44(2): 147-153, 1998.

Whiten A
Chimpanzee and human cultures: Comment.
CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 39(5): 609-610, 1998.

Yamakoshi G
Dietary responses to fruit scarcity of wild chimpanzees at Bossou, Guinea:
Possible implications for ecological importance of tool use. AMERICAN
JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 106(3): 283-295, 1998.

de Blois ST; Novak MA
Do monkeys with self-injurious behavior (SIB) act impulsively in cognitive
tasks?
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(2): 176, 1998. (Abstract)

de Waal FBM
No imitation without identification.
BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES 21(5): 689, 1998. (Open peer commentary)

van Schaik C
The importance of swamp forests for orangutans.
THIRD INTERNATIONAL GREAT APES OF THE WORLD CONFERENCE. : 20, 1998.
(Abstract)

van Schaik CP; Knott C
Orangutan cultures? AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (Suppl 26):
223, 1998.
Abstract