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Life History Research in Nonhuman Primates: 1997-(Spring 2000)

Allman J; Rosin A; Kumar R; Hasenstaub A
Parenting and survival in anthropoid primates: Caretakers
live longer.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USA
95(12): 6866-6869, 1998.

Altmann SA
FORAGING FOR SURVIVAL: YEARLING BABOONS IN AFRICA.
Chicago, Univ of Chicago Press, 1998, xii, 609 pp..

Atsalis S
Feeding ecology and aspects of life history in Microcebus
rufus (family Cheirogaleidae, order Primates).
DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS INTERNATIONAL A59(1): 225, 1998.
(To order: #AAD98-20509. University Microfilms, Inc, Ann
Arbor, MI 48106)

Barton R
The evolutionary ecology of the primate brain.
Pp. 167-203 in COMPARATIVE PRIMATE SOCIOECOLOGY. Lee PC, ed.
Cambridge, Cambridge Univ Press, 1999.

Behrens B
Can weaning age of infant primates be approximated using
interbirth interval-gestation length? AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (Suppl 28): 89, 1999. (Abstract)

Bentley GR
Aping our ancestors: Comparative aspects of reproductive
ecology.
EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY 7(5): 175-185, 1999.

Bentley-Condit VK
|The Evolving Female. A Life-History Perspective,| M.E.
Morbeck, et al., eds. Princeton, Princeton Univ Press, 1997,
332 pp.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 19(1): 199-201, 1998.
Book review

Blurton Jones N; Hawkes K; O'Connell JF
Some current ideas about the evolution of the human life
history.
Pp. 140-166 in COMPARATIVE PRIMATE SOCIOECOLOGY. Lee PC, ed.
Cambridge, Cambridge Univ Press, 1999.

Boinski S
The social organizations of squirrel monkeys: Implications
for ecological models of social evolution. EVOLUTIONARY
ANTHROPOLOGY 8(3): 101-112, 1999.

Boinski S; Cropp SJ
Disparate data sets resolve squirrel monkey (Saimiri)
taxonomy: Implications for behavioral ecology and biomedical
usage.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 20(2): 237-256, 1999.

Di Bitetti MS; Janson CH
When will the stork arrive? Patterns of birth seasonality in
neotropical primates.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 50(2): 109-130, 2000.

Dittus WPJ
Birth sex ratios in toque macaques and other mammals:
Integrating the effects of maternal condition and
competition.
BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY 44(3): 149-160, 1998.

Evison MP; Chamberlain AT; Manning JJ
Fluctuating asymmetry, environmental stress and adaptation
in prosimians
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(Suppl 1): 408-409, 1998.

Fedigan, L M
Changing views of female life histories.
Pp. 15-26 in THE EVOLVING FEMALE:  A LIFE-HISTORY
PERSPECTIVE. M.E. Morbeck; A. Galloway; A.L. Zihlman, eds.
Princeton, Princeton Univ Press, 1997.

Fedigan, L M; Zohar, S
Sex differences in mortality of Japanese macaques:
Twenty-one years of data from the Arashiyama West
population. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
102(2): 161-175, 1997.

Fragaszy, D M; Bard, K
Comparison of development and life history in Pan and Cebus.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 18(5): 683-701, 1997.

Gage TB
The comparative demography of primates: With some comments
on the evolution of life histories. ANNUAL REVIEW OF
ANTHROPOLOGY : 197-221, 1998.

Galloway, A
The cost of reproduction and the evolution of postmenopausal
osteoporosis.
Pp. 132-146 in THE EVOLVING FEMALE:  A LIFE-HISTORY
PERSPECTIVE. M.E. Morbeck; A. Galloway; A.L. Zihlman, eds.
Princeton, Princeton Univ Press, 1997.

Garber, P A; Leigh, S R
Ontogenetic variation in small-bodied New World primates:
Implications for patterns of reproduction and infant care.
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 68(1): 1-22, 1997.

Godfrey LR; Jungers WL; Wright PC; Jernvall J
Dental development in giant lemurs: Implications for their
evolution and ecology
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(Suppl 1): 398-399, 1998.

Guateli-Steinberg D
Linear enamel hypoplasia and life history in Cayo Santiago
rhesus monkeys.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (Suppl 26): 89,
1998.
Abstract

Hartwig WC
Reproductive life history variation in macaques.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (Suppl 26): 94,
1998.
Abstract

Hartwig, W C; Campbell, C J; MacKinnon, K C; Turner, S P; et
al 
Life history variation in Old World monkeys.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 42(2) 115, 1997.
(Abstract)

Hawkes K; O'Connell JF; Jones NGB; Alvarez H; Charnov EL
Grandmothering, menopause, and the evolution of human life
histories.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USA
95(3): 1336-1339, 1998.

Hiraiwa-Hasegawa, M
Development of sex differences in nonhuman primates.
Pp. 69-75 in THE EVOLVING FEMALE:  A LIFE-HISTORY
PERSPECTIVE. M.E. Morbeck; A. Galloway; A.L. Zihlman, eds.
Princeton, Princeton Univ Press, 1997.

Jablonski NG
The response of catarrhine primates to Pleistocene
environmental fluctuations in East Asia. PRIMATES 39(1):
29-37, 1998.

Jablonski NG; Whitfort MJ
Environmental change during the Quaternary in East Asia and
its consequences for mammals. RECORDS OF THE WESTERN
AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM (Suppl 57): 307-315, 1999.

Jablonski, N G
The relevance of environmental change and primate life
histories to the problem of hominid evolution in East Asia.
Pp. 462-475 in THE CHANGING FACE OF EAST ASIA DURING THE
TERTIARY AND QUATERNARY. N.G. Jablonski, ed. Hong Kong, Ctr
of Asian Stud, Univ of Hong Kong, 1997. (ISBN 962-8269-05-4)
Serial title:  Ctr of Asian Stud Occas Pap & Monogr 124.

Jablonski, N G; Kelley, J
Did a major immunological event shape the evolutionary
histories of apes and Old World monkeys? JOURNAL OF HUMAN
EVOLUTION 33(4): 513-520, 1997.

Joffe, T H
Social pressures have selected for an extended juvenile
period in primates.
JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION 32(6): 593-605, 1997.

Johnson RL; Kapsalis E
Menopause in free-ranging rhesus macaques: Estimated
incidence, relation to body condition, and adaptive
significance.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 19(4): 751-765, 1998.

Jones JH
The evolution of sex-biased mortality: Testing theories with
diverse strepsirhine social systems. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (Suppl 26): 130, 1998. Abstract

Jones, C B
Life history patterns of howler monkeys in a time-varying
environment.
BOLETIN PRIMATOLOGICO LATINOAMERICANO 6(1): 1-8, 1997.
(Spanish summary)

Kaplan JR; Phillips-Conroy J; Fontenot MB; Jolly CJ;
Fairbanks LA; Mann JJ
Cerebrospinal fluid monoaminergic metabolites differ in wild
anubis and hybrid (Anubis hamadryas) baboons: Possible
relationships to life history and behavior.
NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY 20(6): 517-524, 1999.

Kaplan JR; Phillips-Conroy JE; Jolly CJ; Fontenot MB; et al
Cerebrospinal fluid monoaminergic metabolites differ in wild
anubis, hamadryas, and hybrid baboons, possibly reflecting
variation in life history.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (Suppl 28): 164,
1999. (Abstract)

Kappeler PM
Nests, tree holes, and the evolution of primate life
histories.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 46(1): 7-33, 1998.

Kappeler PM
Primate socioecology: New insights from males.
NATURWISSENSCHAFTEN 86(1): 18-29, 1999.

Kappeler PM
Lemur social structure and convergence in primate
socioecology.
Pp. 273-299 in COMPARATIVE PRIMATE SOCIOECOLOGY. Lee PC, ed.
Cambridge, Cambridge Univ Press, 1999.

Kappeler, P M
Determinants of primate social organization:  Comparative
evidence and new insights from Malagasy lemurs. BIOLOGICAL
REVIEWS OF THE CAMBRIDGE PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY 72(1):
111-151, 1997.

Kelley, J
Paleobiological and phylogenetic significance of life
history in Miocene hominoids. Pp. 173-208 in FUNCTION,
PHYLOGENY, AND FOSSILS:  MIOCENE HOMINOID EVOLUTION AND
ADAPTATIONS. D.R. Begun; C.V. Ward; M.D. Rose, eds. New
York, Plenum Press, 1997.

Kerr KB
Variation in reproduction of female Gombe chimpanzees.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(2): 190, 1998.
(Abstract)

Kimura, K
Males' life history and their social relations of wild red
howler monkeys.
FIELD STUDIES OF FAUNA AND FLORA, LA MACARENA, COLOMBIA 11:
35-40, 1997.

Lee PC
The evolutionary significance of growth to weaning among
primates.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (Suppl 26): 148,
1998. Abstract

Lee PC
Comparative ecology of postnatal growth and weaning among
haplorhine primates. Pp. 111-139 in COMPARATIVE PRIMATE
SOCIOECOLOGY. Lee PC, ed. Cambridge, Cambridge Univ Press,
1999.

Leigh SR; Terranova CJ
Comparative perspectives on bimaturism, ontogeny, and
dimorphism in lemurid primates. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF
PRIMATOLOGY 19(4): 723-749, 1998.

Maclarnon A
The comparative method: Principles and illustrations from
primate socioecology.
Pp. 5-22 in COMPARATIVE PRIMATE SOCIOECOLOGY. Lee PC, ed.
Cambridge, Cambridge Univ Press, 1999.

McFarland, R
Female primates:  Fat or fit? Pp. 163-175 in THE EVOLVING
FEMALE:  A LIFE-HISTORY PERSPECTIVE. M.E. Morbeck; A.
Galloway; A.L. Zihlman, eds. Princeton, Princeton Univ
Press, 1997.

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

Morbeck, M E
Life history, the individual, and evolution.
Pp. 3-14 in THE EVOLVING FEMALE:  A LIFE-HISTORY
PERSPECTIVE. M.E. Morbeck; A. Galloway; A.L. Zihlman, eds.
Princeton, Princeton Univ Press, 1997.

Morbeck, M E
Reading life history in teeth, bones, and fossils.
Pp. 117-131 in THE EVOLVING FEMALE:  A LIFE-HISTORY
PERSPECTIVE. M.E. Morbeck; A. Galloway; A.L. Zihlman, eds.
Princeton, Princeton Univ Press, 1997.

Morbeck, M E; Galloway, A; Zihlman, A L, eds 
THE EVOLVING FEMALE:  A LIFE-HISTORY PERSPECTIVE.
Princeton, Princeton Univ Press, 1997, xix, 332 pp.

Mutschler T; Nievergelt CM; Feistner ATC
Social organization of the Alaotran gentle lemur (Hapalemur
griseus alaotrensis).
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 50(1): 9-24, 2000.

Okamoto K; Matsumura S; Watanabe K
[Population dynamics and life history of wild moor
macaques.]
REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES 14(3): 248, 1998.
(Japanese) (Abstract)

Overdorff DJ; Merenlender AM; Talata P; Telo A; Forward ZA
Life history of Eulemur fulvus rufus from 1988-1998 in
southeastern Madagascar.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 108(3): 295-310,
1999.

Parker ST
The life history and development of great apes in
comparative perspective.
Pp. 43-69 in THE MENTALITIES OF GORILLAS AND ORANGUTANS:
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES. Parker ST, ed. Cambridge,
Cambridge Univ Press, 1999.

Parker ST; Mitchell RW
The mentalities of gorillas and orangutans in phylogenetic
perspective.
Pp. 397-411 in THE MENTALITIES OF GORILLAS AND ORANGUTANS:
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES. Parker ST, ed. Cambridge,
Cambridge Univ Press, 1999.
(ISBN 0521580277)

Pavelka MSM; Fedigan LM
Reproductive termination in female Japanese monkeys: A
comparative life history perspective. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 109(4): 455-464, 1999.

Pavelka, M S M
The social life of female Japanese monkeys.
Pp. 76-85 in THE EVOLVING FEMALE:  A LIFE-HISTORY
PERSPECTIVE. M.E. Morbeck; A. Galloway; A.L. Zihlman, eds.
Princeton, Princeton Univ Press, 1997.

Pereira ME; Strohecker RA; Cavigelli SA; Hughes CL; Pearson
DD
Metabolic strategy and social behavior in Lemuridae.
Pp. 93-118 in NEW DIRECTIONS IN LEMUR STUDIES.
Rakotosamimanana B, ed. New York, Kluwer Acad/Plenum, 1999.
(French summary) (ISBN 0306461870)

Pond, C M
The biological origins of adipose tissue in humans.
Pp. 147-162 in THE EVOLVING FEMALE:  A LIFE-HISTORY
PERSPECTIVE. M.E. Morbeck; A. Galloway; A.L. Zihlman, eds.
Princeton, Princeton Univ Press, 1997.

Purvis A; Webster AJ
Phylogenetically independent comparisons and primate
phylogeny.
Pp. 44-70 in COMPARATIVE PRIMATE SOCIOECOLOGY. Lee PC, ed.
Cambridge, Cambridge Univ Press, 1999.

Rasmussen DT; Nekaris KA
Evolutionary history of lorisiform primates
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(Suppl 1): 250-285, 1998.

Rehg JA
A dynamic modeling approach to the study of callitrichine
life history, demography, and social systems.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (Suppl 26): 186,
1998. Abstract

Rhine, R J; Norton, G W; Hawkins, D M; Wasser, S K
Validity of an estimator of reproductive success.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 44(2): 137-145, 1998.

Ross C
Primate life histories.
EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY 6(2): 54-63, 1998.

Ross C; Jones KE
Socioecology and the evolution of primate reproductive
rates.
Pp. 73-110 in COMPARATIVE PRIMATE SOCIOECOLOGY. Lee PC, ed.
Cambridge, Cambridge Univ Press, 1999.

Ross, C; Maclarnon, A
Strepsirhine infant care and life history evolution.
PRIMATE EYE (63): 21-22, 1997. (Abstract)

Samonds KE; Godfrey LR; Jungers WL; Martin LB
Primate dental development and the reconstruction of life
history strategies in subfossil lemurs. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (Suppl 28): 238-239, 1999. (Abstract)

Sarmiento EE
Generalized quadrupeds, committed bipeds, and the shift to
open habitats: An evolutionary model of hominid divergence.
AMERICAN MUSEUM NOVITATES (3250): 1-78, 1998.

Sauther ML; Cuozzo F; Sussman RW
Dental health in a population of wild ring-tailed lemurs: A
life history approach.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 49(1): 97, 1999.
(Abstract)

Scheib JE; Shaver PR
What it means to be female--a review of |The Evolving
Female: A Life-History Perspective,| ME Morbeck, et al.,
eds. Princeton, Princeton Univ Press, 1997, 332 pp. AMERICAN
JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 44(4): 277-279, 1998.

Schmid J; Kappeler PM
Intrasexual selection in Microcebus murinus.
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(4): 211, 1998. (Abstract)

Schmid J; Kappeler PM
Fluctuating sexual dimorphism and differential hibernation
by sex in a primate, the gray mouse lemur (Microcebus
murinus).
BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY 43(2): 125-132, 1998.

Shea BT
Growth in non-human primates.
100-103 THE CAMBRIDGE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF HUMAN GROWTH AND
DEVELOPMENT. Ulijaszek SJ, ed. New York, Cambridge Univ
Press, 1998.

Smith RJ; Leigh SR
Sexual dimorphism in primate neonatal body mass.
JOURNAL OF HUMAN EVOLUTION 34(2): 173-201, 1998.

Smuts, B B
Social relationships and life histories of primates.
Pp. 60-68 in THE EVOLVING FEMALE:  A LIFE-HISTORY
PERSPECTIVE. M.E. Morbeck; A. Galloway; A.L. Zihlman, eds.
Princeton, Princeton Univ Press, 1997.

Sorci, G; Morand, S; Hugot, J-P
Host-parasite coevolution:  Comparative evidence for
covariation of life history traits in primates and oxyurid
parasites.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON B264(1379):
285-289, 1997.

Sprague DS; Suzuki S; Takahashi H; Sato S
Male life history in natural populations of Japanese
macaques: Migration, dominance rank, and troop participation
of males in two habitats.
PRIMATES 39(3): 351-363, 1998.

Stier KB
Predicting primate responses to |stochastic| demographic
events.
PRIMATES 40(1): 131-142, 1999.

Strier KB
The Atelines.
Pp. 109-114 in THE NONHUMAN PRIMATES. Dolhinow P, ed.
Mountain View, Mayfield Publ, 1999.

Strier KB
FACES IN THE FOREST: THE ENDANGERED MURIQUI MONKEYS OF
BRAZIL. Cambridge, MA, Harvard Univ Press, 1999, xxxi, 138
pp.
(a new preface)

Strier, K B
Behavioral ecology and conservation biology of primates and
other animals.
ADVANCES IN THE STUDY OF BEHAVIOR 26: 101-158, 1997.

Strier, K B
Mate preferences of wild muriqui monkeys (Brachyteles
arachnoides): Reproductive and social correlates.
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 68(3-5): 120-133, 1997.

Suzuki S; Hill DA; Sprague DS
Intertroop transfer and dominance rank structure of nonnatal
male Japanese macaques in Yakushima, Japan.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 19(4): 703-722, 1998.

van Noordwijk MA
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.

van Schaik CP; van Noordwijk MA; Nunn CL
Sex and social evolution in primates.
Pp. 204-231 in COMPARATIVE PRIMATE SOCIOECOLOGY. Lee PC, ed.
Cambridge, Cambridge Univ Press, 1999.
(ISBN 0521593360)

van Schaik, C P; Kappeler, P M
Infanticide risk and the evolution of male-female
association in primates.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON B264(1388):
1687-1694, 1997.

Watts DP
Seasonality in the ecology and life histories of mountain
gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla). INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF
PRIMATOLOGY 19(6): 929-948, 1998.

Weisenseel KA; Izard MK; Nash LT; Ange RL; Poorman-Allen P
A comparison of reproduction in two species of Nycticebus
FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(Suppl 1): 321-324, 1998.

Wright PC
Lemur traits and Madagascar ecology: Coping with an island
environment.
YEARBOOK OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 42: 31-72, 1999.

Zihlman, A L
Natural history of apes:  Life-history features in females
and males.
Pp. 86-103 in THE EVOLVING FEMALE:  A LIFE-HISTORY
PERSPECTIVE. M.E. Morbeck; A. Galloway; A.L. Zihlman, eds.
Princeton, Princeton Univ Press, 1997.

Zucker EL; Clarke MR; Glander KE
Life histories of female mantled howling monkeys in Costa
Rica: Weight, age, and status. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL
ANTHROPOLOGY (Suppl 26): 239-240, 1998. Abstract