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History of Primatology--Selected Citations: 1990-2000

Arnhart, L 
Feminism, primatology, and ethical naturalism.
POLITICS AND THE LIFE SCIENCES 11(2): 157-170, 1992.

Asquith, P J
The intellectual history of field studies in primatology:
East and West.
Pp. 49-75 in STRENGTH IN DIVERSITY:  A READER IN PHYSICAL
ANTHROPOLOGY. A. Herring; L. Chan, eds. Toronto, Canadian
Scholars' Press, 1994.

Barsanti, G 
[Lamarck's primates.]
Pp. 101-115 in APE, MAN, APEMAN:  CHANGING VIEWS SINCE 1600.
R. Corbey; B. Theunissen, eds. Leiden, The Netherlands,
Leiden Univ., 1995. (French) 

Bava, A 
Primatology in Italy and the Sixth Congress of the Italian
Primatological Association. Pp. 11-12 in PROSPETTIVE NELLO
STUDIO DEL PRIMATI, VOL. II. A. Bava, ed. Trieste, Univ.
Stud. Trieste, 1991.

Bavister, B D; Boatman, D E
IVF in nonhuman primates:  Current status and future
directions.
Pp. 30-45 in IN VITRO FERTILIZATION AND EMBRYO TRANSFER IN
PRIMATES. D.P. Wolf; R.L. Stouffer; R.M. Brenner, eds. New
York, Springer-Verlag, 1993.

Blanckaert, C 
[The ape question and the Order of Primates in the
Anthropological Society of Paris (1865-1870).] Pp. 117-137
in APE, MAN, APEMAN:  CHANGING VIEWS SINCE 1600. R. Corbey;
B. Theunissen, eds. Leiden, The Netherlands, Leiden Univ.,
1995. (French) 

Bowden, D 
[ROLE OF PRIMATE RESEARCH CENTERS IN THE UNITED STATES.]
Tsukuba, Japan, Experimental Primate Resource Development
Committee, 1990, 31 pp.
(Japanese)

Bramblett, C A 
PATTERNS OF PRIMATE BEHAVIOR.
2nd ed. Prospect Heights, IL, Waveland Press, 1994, viii,
292 pp.

Burton, F D
In the footsteps of anaximander:  Qualitative research in
primates.
Pp. 77-102 in STRENGTH IN DIVERSITY:  A READER IN PHYSICAL
ANTHROPOLOGY. A. Herring; L. Chan, eds. Toronto, Canadian
Scholars' Press, 1994.

Candland, D K; Bush, S L
Primates and behavior.
Pp. 521-551 in CONSERVATION OF ENDANGERED SPECIES IN
CAPTIVITY. E.F. Gibbons, Jr.; B.S. Durrant; A.J. Demarest,
eds. Albany, SUNY Press, 1995.

Carter AM
Classics revisited - J. P. Hill on placentation in primates.
PLACENTA 20(7): 513-517, 1999.

Chivers DJ
The role of the International Primatological Society (IPS)
and national primate societies in global primate
conservation.

Coffman, B S ; Hess, W R ; Glander, K E ; Feeser, P E ;
Simons, E L 
Management of a breeding colony of aye-ayes (Daubentonia
madagascariensis) at the Duke University Primate Center.
AAZPA [AM ASSOC ZOOL PARKS AQUARIUMS] REGIONAL CONFERENCE
PROCEEDINGS (1993): 161-167, 1993.

Corbey, R
Roots, backgrounds and contexts of primatology:  A
bibliographic essay.
PRIMATE REPORT 45: 29-44, 1996.

Das-Chaudhuri, A B 
Primate studies in India--a review.
MAN IN INDIA 71(1): 241-277, 1991.

Dickie, L A
Environmental enrichment in captive primates:  A survey and
review. M.Phil. Thesis. Darwin Coll, Cambridge, 1994, 89 pp.

Dukelow WR
Reflections on a century of primatology.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 49(2): 129-132, 1999.

Dukelow, W R 
Presidential address:  A personal view of the past and
future roles of the International Primatological Society in
science and education.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 14(6): 957-965, 1993.

Dukelow, W R
THE ALPHA MALES:  AN EARLY HISTORY OF THE REGIONAL PRIMATE
RESEARCH CENTERS. Lanham, MD, Univ Press of America, 1995,
207 pp.

Dukelow, W R; Whitehair, L A
A brief history of the regional primate research centers.
COMPARATIVE PATHOLOGY BULLETIN 27(3): 1-2, 1995.

Dzhikidze, E K
[History of Russian medical primatology.]
VESTNIK ROSSIISKOI AKADEMII MEDITSINSKIKH NAUK (10): 40-47,
1996.
(Russian)

Espinel, A ; Valenzuela, N ; Fajardo, A ; Umana, J ;
Quintero, G 
[Brief review of the primatological activities in Colombia.]
BOLETIN PRIMATOLOGICO LATINOAMERICANO 2(1): 62-68, 1990.
(Spanish)

Fedigan LM; Strum SC
A brief history of primate studies: National traditions,
disciplinary origins, and stages in North American field
research. Pp. 258-269 in THE NONHUMAN PRIMATES. Dolhinow P,
ed. Mountain View, Mayfield Publ, 1999.

Fedigan, L M 
Science and the successful female:  Why there are so many
women primatologists. AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 96(3):
529-540, 1994.

Fedigan, L M ; Asquith, P J 
Arashiyama research as a microcosm of larger trends in
primatology.
Pp. 67-77 in TOPICS IN PRIMATOLOGY.  VOL. 2:  BEHAVIOR,
ECOLOGY, AND CONSERVATION. N. Itoigawa; Y. Sugiyama; G.P.
Sackett, et al., eds. Tokyo, University of Tokyo Press,
1992.

Fedigan, L M; Strum, S C
Changing images of primate societies. 
CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 38(4): 677-681, 1997.

Glaser, H S R
The first two primate research stations.
PRIMATE REPORT 45: 15-27, 1996.

Gold, K C
The conservation role of primate exhibits in the zoo.
Pp. 43-61 in PRIMATE CONSERVATION:  THE ROLE OF ZOOLOGICAL
PARKS. J. Wallis, ed. Location?, Amer Soc of Primatol, 1997.

Haring, D M ; Hess, W R ; Coffman, B S ; Simons, E L ;
Owens, T M 
Natural history and captive management of the Aye-aye at the
Duke University Primate Center, Durham. INTERNATIONAL ZOO
YEARBOOK 33: 201-219, 1994.

Hendrickx, A G ; Binkerd, P E 
Nonhuman primates and teratological research.
JOURNAL OF MEDICAL PRIMATOLOGY 19(2): 81-108, 1990.

Jablonski, N G ; Peng, Y -z 
Foreword:  [Primatology in China].
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 60(1-2): 5-6, 1993.

Kortlandt, A 
Naturalistic primate research:  Flourishing but losing
momentum?
Pp. 133-141 in CURRENT PRIMATOLOGY, VOL. I:  ECOLOGY AND
EVOLUTION. B. Thierry; J.R. Anderson; J.J. Roeder; N.
Herrenschmidt, eds. Strasbourg, Univ. Louis Pasteur, 1994.

Kyes RC; Howell SM
Conservation efforts of the American Society of
Primatologists.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 47(1): 3-13, 1999.

Lambert KA
The role of females in feminist primatology.
MASTERS ABSTRACTS 36(5): 1253, 1998.
(To order: #AADMQ-26926. University Microfilms, Inc., Ann
Arbor, MI 48106)

Lapin B
Addendum to |History and development of the Institute of
Medical Primatology of the Russian Academy of Medical
Sciences.|
LABORATORY PRIMATE NEWSLETTER 38(1): 7-9, 1999.

Lapin BA
History and development of the Institute of Medical
Primatology of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences.
LABORATORY PRIMATE NEWSLETTER 37(2): 5-7, 1998.

Lopez-Wilchis, R ; Estrada, A ; Coates-Estrada, R ;
Rodriguez-Luna, E 
[Degree of knowledge and perspectives of Mexican primate
study.]
ESTUDIOS PRIMATOLOGICOS EN MEXICO 1: 37-84, 1993.
(Spanish)

Loy, J
Charles Darwin as primatologist:  A literature guide.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 42(1): 53-60, 1997.

Loy, J D ; Peters, C B 
Mortifying reflections:  Primatology and the human
disciplines.
Pp. 3-16 in UNDERSTANDING BEHAVIOR.  WHAT PRIMATE STUDIES
TELL US ABOUT HUMAN BEHAVIOR. J.D. Loy; C.B. Peters, eds.
New York, Oxford University Press, 1991.

Mansfield, K G; Lerche, N W; Gardner, M B; Lackner, A A
Origins of simian immunodeficiency virus infection in
macaques at the New England Regional Primate Research
Center.
JOURNAL OF MEDICAL PRIMATOLOGY 24(3): 116-122, 1995.

Masood, E
Researchers rally to save primate pioneer's station.
NATURE 380(6573): 375, 1996.

Matsuzawa, T; Kojima, S; Jitsumori, M
Editorial:  A brief note on the historical background of the
study of cognition and behavior in nonhuman primates by
Japanese researchers.
JAPANESE PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH 38(3): 109-112, 1996.

Moran, F , III 
Between primates and primitives:  Natural man as the missing
link in Rousseau's Second Discourse. JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY
OF IDEAS 54(1): 37-58, 1993.

Nadler, R D 
Walter Heape and the issue of estrus in primates.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 33(2): 83-87, 1994.

Nadler, R D
Robert Mearns Yerkes and the early studies of primate sexual
behavior.
PRIMATE REPORT 45: 65-77, 1996.

Nadler, R D; Dukelow, W R
The First Symposium on the History of Primatolgy XVth
Congress of the International Primatological Society 3-8
August, 1994, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia.
PRIMATE REPORT 45: 3-4, 1996.

Nishimura, A; Izawa, K; Kimura, K
Long-term studies of primates at La Macarena, Colombia.
PRIMATE CONSERVATION 16: 7-14, 1995.

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

Preuschoft, H
History of the International Primatological Society:  The
first sixteen years.
PRIMATE REPORT 45: 5-13, 1996.

Preuss, T M 
The role of the neurosciences in primate evolutionary
biology: Historical commentary and prospectus. Pp. 333-362
in PRIMATES AND THEIR RELATIVES IN PHYLOGENETIC
PERSPECTIVES. R.D.E. MacPhee, ed. New York, Plenum Press,
1993.

Reynolds, V 
The discovery of primate kinship systems by Japanese
anthropologists.
Pp. 79-87 in TOPICS IN PRIMATOLOGY.  VOL. 2:  BEHAVIOR,
ECOLOGY, AND CONSERVATION. N. Itoigawa; Y. Sugiyama; G.P.
Sackett, et al., eds. Tokyo, University of Tokyo Press,
1992.

Rodman PS
Whither primatology? The place of primates in contemporary
anthropology.
ANNUAL REVIEW OF ANTHROPOLOGY 28: 311-339, 1999.

Rowell T
The myth of peculiar primates.
SYMPOSIA OF THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON 72: 6-16, 1999.
(Book title: Mammalian Social Learning. ISBN 0521632633)

Schubert, G 
Introduction:  Primatology, feminism, and political
behavior.
Pp. 3-25 in PRIMATE POLITICS. G. Schubert; R.D. Masters,
eds. Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press, 1991.

Serio Silva, J C 
[Primates:  The first feral studies.]
CIENCIA Y EL HOMBRE 18: 23-29, 1994. (Spanish)

Steklis, H D 
Primate socioecology from the bottom up.
Pp. 39-74 in MILESTONES IN HUMAN EVOLUTION. A.J. Almquist;
A. Manyak, eds. Prospect Heights, IL, Waveland Press, Inc.,
1993.

Strier, K B 
Myth of the typical primate.
YEARBOOK OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 37: 233-271, 1994.

Sugardjito, J 
The growth of primate research and conservation management
of the species in Indonesia. Pp. 181-194 in THE ASEAN
WORKSHOP ON WILDLIFE RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT. S. Manan; J.
Sugardjito, ed. Bogor, Ministry of Forestry, 1990.

          
Takahata, Y 
[Only yesterday:  Reviewing the Japanese primatology of the
1980s and the future.] REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES 10(3):
181-189, 1994.
(Japanese w/ English summary)

Teuber, M L 
The founding of the Primate Station, Tenerife, Canary
Islands.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY 107(4): 551-581, 1994.

Tomasello, M; Call, J
PRIMATE COGNITION.
New York, Oxford Univ Press, 1997, ix, 517 pp.

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

Visalberghi, E; Valente, M
PRIMATES:  |COLLEZIONI INVISIBILI|.
Turin, Museo Reg di Sci Natur, 1997, 50 pp. (Italian) 

Wallis, J
>From ancient expeditions to modern exhibitions:  The
evolution of primate conservation in the zoo community.
Pp. 1-27 in PRIMATE CONSERVATION:  THE ROLE OF ZOOLOGICAL
PARKS. J. Wallis, ed. Location?, Amer Soc of Primatol, 1997.

Ward, J P ; Hopkins, W D , eds 
PRIMATE LATERALITY:  CURRENT BEHAVIORAL EVIDENCE OF PRIMATE
ASYMMETRIES. New York, Springer-Verlag, 1993, xii, 356 pp.

Whiten, A 
Evolving a theory of mind:  The nature of non-verbal
mentalism in other primates.
Pp. 367-396 in UNDERSTANDING OTHER MINDS:  PERSPECTIVES FROM
AUTISM. S. Baron-Cohen; H. Tager-Flusberg; D.J. Cohen, eds.
New York, Oxford University Press, 1993.

Wolfle TL
Psychological well-being of nonhuman primates: A brief
history.
JOURNAL OF APPLIED ANIMAL WELFARE SCIENCE 2(4): 297-302,
1999.