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CULTURE, TROOP-SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES AND CUSTOM SPREAD: 1996 to early 1999

Alp, R
|Stepping-sticks| and |seat-sticks|:  New types of tools
used wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) in Sierra Leone.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 41(1): 45-52, 1997.

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

Arcadi AC; Robert D; Boesch C
Buttress drumming by wild chimpanzees: Temporal patterning,
phrase integration into loud calls, and preliminary evidence
for individual distinctiveness.
PRIMATES 39(4): 505-518, 1998.

Arcadi, A C
Phrase structure of wild chimpanzee pant hoots:  Patterns of
production and interpopulation variability.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 39(3): 159-178, 1996.

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

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

Boesch, C
Three approaches for assessing chimpanzee culture.
Pp. 404-429 in REACHING INTO THOUGHT:  THE MINDS OF THE
GREAT APES. A.E. Russon; K.A. Bard; S.T. Parker, eds. New
York, Cambridge Univ Press, 1996.

Boesch, C
The emergence of cultures among wild chimpanzees.
Pp. 251-268 in EVOLUTION OF SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR PATTERNS IN
PRIMATES AND MAN. W.G. Runciman; J. Maynard Smith; R.I.M.
Dunbar, eds. Oxford, Oxford Univ Press, 1996. Serial title:
Proc Brit Acad 88.

Boesch, C; Boesch, H
Rain forest chimpanzees:  The human connection.
NATURE AND RESOURCES 32(1): 26-32, 1996.

Boyd, R; Richerson, P J
Why culture is common, but cultural evolution is rare.
Pp. 77-93 in EVOLUTION OF SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR PATTERNS IN
PRIMATES AND MAN. W.G. Runciman; J. Maynard Smith; R.I.M.
Dunbar, eds. Oxford, Oxford Univ Press, 1996. Serial title:
Proc Brit Acad 88.

Byrne, R W
Machiavellian intelligence.
EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY 5(5): 172-180, 1996.

Fouts RS; Fouts DH
Chimpanzee sign language research.
Pp. 252-256 in THE NONHUMAN PRIMATES. Dolhinow P, ed.
Mountain View, Mayfield Publ, 1999.

Galef BG Jr
Chimpanzee and human cultures: Comment.
CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 39(5): 605-606, 1998.

Hafen T; Neveu H; Rumpler Y; Wilden I; Zimmermann E
Acoustically dimorphic advertisement calls separate
morphologically and genetically homogenous populations of
the grey mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus). FOLIA
PRIMATOLOGICA 69(Suppl 1): 342-356, 1998.

Heyes, C M; Galef, B G, Jr, eds 
SOCIAL LEARNING IN ANIMALS:  THE ROOTS OF CULTURE.
San Diego, Academic Press, 1996, xix, 411 pp.

Hosey GR; Jacques M; Pitts A
Dippers and floaters: Spread of a novel behaviour in a
ring-tailed lemur group
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(Suppl 1): 410-411, 1998.

Hosey, G R; Jacques, M; Pitts, A
Tail dipping in lemurs:  Evidence of observational learning?
IPS/ASP CONGRESS ABSTRACTS (1996): #320, 1996.
(Abstract)

Hosey, G R; Jacques, M; Pitts, A
Drinking from tails:  Social learning of a novel behaviour
in a group of ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta). PRIMATES
38(4): 415-422, 1997.

Huffman, M A
Acquisition of innovative cultural behaviors in nonhuman
primates:  A case study of stone handling, a socially
transmitted behavior in Japanese macaques.
Pp. 267-289 in SOCIAL LEARNING IN ANIMALS:  THE ROOTS OF
CULTURE. C.M. Heyes; B.G. Galef, Jr., eds. San Diego, Acad
Press, Inc., 1996.

Huffman, M A
[Medicinal plant selection in the African great apes.
Regional culture zones and their ecological influences.]
REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES 13(3): 264, 1997. (Japanese,
abstract)

Ingold T
Chimpanzee and human cultures: Comment.
CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 39(5): 606-607, 1998.

Inoue-Nakamura, N; Matsuzawa, T
Development of stone tool use by wild chimpanzees (Pan
troglodytes).
JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY 111(2): 159-173, 1997.

Jacques, M; Hosey, G R; Pitts, A
Weird and wonderful tails: Social learning of a novel
drinking behaviour in ring-tailed lemurs (Lemur catta).
ADVANCES IN ETHOLOGY 32: 80, 1997. (Abstract)

Matsumoto-Oda A
[Chimpanzees' leaf-clipping display as cultural behavior.]
REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES 14(3): 234, 1998.
(Japanese) (Abstract)

Matsuzawa, T
Chimpanzee intelligence in nature and in captivity:
Isomorphism of symbol use and tool use. Pp. 196-209 in GREAT
APE SOCIETIES. W.C. McGrew; L.F. Marchant; T. Nishida, eds.
Cambridge, Cambridge Univ Press, 1996.

Matsuzawa, T; Yamakoshi, G
Comparison of chimpanzee material culture between Bossou and
Nimba, West Africa. Pp. 211-232 in REACHING INTO THOUGHT:
THE MINDS OF THE GREAT APES. A.E. Russon; K.A. Bard; S.T.
Parker, eds. New York, Cambridge Univ Press, 1996.

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.

McGrew, W C; Ham, R M; White, L J T; Tutin, C E G;
Fernandez, M
Why don't chimpanzees in Gabon crack nuts?
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 18(3): 353-374, 1997.

Mitani JC; Hunley KL; Murdoch ME
Geographic variation in the calls of wild chimpanzees: A
reassessment.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 47(2): 133-151, 1999.

Parker, S T; Goodenough, W; McGrew, W; Matsuzawa, T; et al 
|Culture| and |enculturation| in great apes.
IPS/ASP CONGRESS ABSTRACTS (1996): #617, 1996.
(Abstract)

Parker, S T; Russon, A E
On the wild side of culture and cognition in the great apes.
Pp. 430-450 in REACHING INTO THOUGHT:  THE MINDS OF THE
GREAT APES. A.E. Russon; K.A. Bard; S.T. Parker, eds. New
York, Cambridge Univ Press, 1996.

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

Russon AE
Exploiting the expertise of others.
Pp. 174-206 in MACHIAVELLIAN INTELLIGENCE II: EXTENSIONS AND
EVALUATIONS. Whiten A, ed. Cambridge, UK, Cambridge Univ
Press, 1997.

Segerstrale, U; Molnar, P
Nonverbal communication:  Crossing the boundary between
culture and nature.
Pp. 1-21 in NONVERBAL COMMUNICATIION:  WHERE NATURE MEETS
CULTURE. U. Segerstrale; P. Molnar, eds. Mahwah, NJ,
Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc, 1997.

Snowdon, C T; Elowson, A M; Roush, R S
Social influences on vocal development in New World
primates.
Pp. 234-248 in SOCIAL INFLUENCES ON VOCAL DEVELOPMENT. C.T.
Snowdon; M. Hausberger, eds. Cambridge, Cambridge Univ
Press, 1997.

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)

Stanford CB
THE HUNTING APES: MEAT EATING AND THE ORIGINS OF HUMAN
BEHAVIOR. Princeton, Princeton Univ Press, 1999, xi, 253 pp.

Sugiyama, Y
Social tradition and the use of tool-composites by wild
chimpanzees.
EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY 6(1): 23-27, 1997.

Suomi, S J
Nonverbal communication in nonhuman primates:  Implications
for the emergence of culture. Pp. 131-146 in NONVERBAL
COMMUNICATIION:  WHERE NATURE MEETS CULTURE. U. Segerstrale;
P. Molnar, eds. Mahwah, NJ, Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc, 1997.

Takeshita, H; van Hooff, J A R A M
Tool use by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) of trhe Arnhem Zoo
community.
JAPANESE PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH 38(3): 163-173, 1996.

Tomasello M
Social cognition and the evolution of culture.
Pp. 221-245 in PIAGET, EVOLUTION, AND DEVELOPMENT. Langer J,
ed. Mahwah, NJ, L Erlbaum Assoc, 1998.

Tomasello, M
Do apes ape?
Pp. 319-346 in SOCIAL LEARNING IN ANIMALS:  THE ROOTS OF
CULTURE. C.M. Heyes; B.G. Galef, Jr., eds. San Diego, Acad
Press, Inc., 1996.

Uehara, S
Predation on mammals by the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes).
PRIMATES 38(2): 193-214, 1997.

Van Schaik CP; Deaner RO; Merrill, MY
The conditions for tool use in primates: Implications for
the evolution of material culture. Journal of Human
Evolution 36: 719-741, 1999

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

Whiten A
Chimpanzee cultures.
PRIMATE EYE (65): 19, 1998. (Abstract)

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

de Waal, F
GOOD NATURED:  THE ORIGIN OF RIGHT AND WRONG IN HUMANS AND
OTHER ANIMALS. Cambridge, Harvard Univ Press, 1996, viii,
296 pp.

de Waal, F B M
Macaque social culture:  Development and perpetuation of
affiliative networks.
JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY 110(2): 147-154, 1996.

de Waal, F B M; Seres, M
Propagation of handclasp grooming among captive chimpanzees.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 43(4): 339-346, 1997.

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