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Stress and Nonhuman Primates: 1998-1999

1.   A Dettling; Pryce CR; Martin RD and Dobeli M. "Physiological
     responses to parental separation and a strange situation are
     related to parental care received in juvenile Goeldi's monkeys
     (Callimico goeldii)." DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOBIOLOGY 33(1): 21-31,
     1998. 

2.   AFT Arnsten and Goldman-Rakic PS. "Noise stress impairs prefrontal
     cortical cognitive function in monkeys - Evidence for a
     hyperdopaminergic mechanism." ARCHIVES OF GENERAL PSYCHIATRY 55(4):
     362-368, 1998. 

3.   AS Clarke; Kraemer GW and Kupfer DJ. "Effects of rearing condition
     on HPA axis response to fluoxetine and desipramine treatment over
     repeated social separations in young rhesus monkeys." PSYCHIATRY
     RESEARCH 79(2): 91-104, 1998. 

4.   B Bower. "Monkeys provide models of child abuse." SCIENCE NEWS
     153(21): 324, 1998.

5.   B Wallner; Moestl E; Dittami J and Prossinger H. "Fecal
     glucocorticoids document stress in female Barbary macaques (Macaca
     sylvanus)." GENERAL AND COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY 113(1): 80-86,
     1999.

6.   BN Roy; Reid RL and Van Vugt DA. "The effects of estrogen and
     progesterone on corticotrophin-releasing hormone and vasopressin
     messenger ribonucleic acid levels in the paraventricular nucleus of
     the rhesus monkey." SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE ABSTRACTS 24(Pt 1):
     620, 1998.

7.   C Brinkman. "Do monkeys prefer to give birth on weekends? A follow
     up." AUSTRALASIAN PRIMATOLOGY 12(4): 5-6, 1998.

8.   C Shannon; Champoux M and Suomi SJ. "Rearing condition and plasma
     cortisol in rhesus monkey infants." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
     46(4): 311-321, 1998.

9.   CA Shively and Wallace JM. "Social status, social stress and fat
     distribution in primates." PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE 61(1): 107, 1999.

10.  CA Shively; Watson SL; Williams JK and Adams MR. "Social stress,
     reproductive hormones, and coronary heart disease risk in
     primates." In: Pp. 205-217 in WOMEN, STRESS, AND HEART DISEASE.
     OrthGomer K, ed. Mahwah, Erlbaum, 1998. 

11.  CA Shively. "Social subordination stress, behavior, and central
     monoaminergic function in female cynomolgus monkeys." BIOLOGICAL
     PSYCHIATRY 44(9): 882-891, 1998. 

12.  CE Hotchkiss and Jerome CP. "Evaluation of a nonhuman primate
     model to study circadian rhythms of calcium metabolism." AMERICAN
     JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY 275(4, pt 2): R494-R501, 1998.

13.  CJ Rogers; Brissette-Storkus CS; Hayes LA; Cameron JL and Chambers
     WH. "Selective reduction in CD2 expression on CD2bright/CD8+
     lymphocytes from cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis) in
     response to acute stress." JOURNAL OF NEUROIMMUNOLOGY 86(1): 63-73,
     1998. 

14.  CL Bowers; Crockett CM and Bowden DM. "Differences in stress
     reactivity of laboratory macaques measured by heart period and
     respiratory sinus arrhythmia." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
     45(3): 245-261, 1998.

15.  CM Crockett. "Psychological well-being of captive nonhuman
     primates." In: Pp. 129-152 in SECOND NATURE: ENVIRONMENTAL
     ENRICHMENT FOR CAPTIVE ANIMALS. Shepherdson DJ, ed. Washington, DC,
     Smithsonian Inst Press, 1998.

16.  CM Schaffner and Smith TE. "Corresponding changes in behavior and
     urinary cortisol excretion following relocation in Wied's black
     tufted-ear marmoset (Callithrix kuhli)." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
     PRIMATOLOGY 45(2): 205-206, 1998.

17.  CP Yeager and Kirkpatrick RC. "Asian colobine social structure:
     Ecological and evolutionary constraints." PRIMATES 39(2): 147-155,
     1998.

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

19.  D Maestripieri and Carroll KA. "Behavioral and environmental
     correlates of infant abuse in group-living pigtail macaques."
     INFANT BEHAVIOR & DEVELOPMENT 21(4): 603-612, 1998.

20.  D Shepherdson and Carlstead K. "Understanding the relationship
     between environment and reproduction in captive animals: The role
     of environmental enrichment." 218-230 PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2ND
     INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT. Holst B, ed.
     Frederiksberg, Copenhagen Zoo, 1998.

21.  DC Blanchard; Griebel G; Rodgers RJ and Blanchard RJ.
     "Benzodiazepine and serotonergic modulation of antipredator and
     conspecific defense." NEUROSCIENCE AND BIOBEHAVIORAL REVIEWS 22(5):
     597-612, 1998.

22.  DK Brockman; Whitten PL; Richard AF and Schneider A. "Reproduction
     in free-ranging male Propithecus verreauxi: The hormonal correlates
     of mating and aggression." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL
     ANTHROPOLOGY 105(2): 137-151, 1998.

23.  DL Castles and Whiten A. "Post-conflict behaviour of wild olive
     baboons. II. Stress and self- directed behaviour." ETHOLOGY 104(2):
     148-160, 1998.

24.  DM Lyons; Kim S; Schatzberg AF and Levine S. "Postnatal foraging
     demands alter adrenocortical activity and psychosocial
     development." DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOBIOLOGY 32(4): 285-291, 1998.

25.  DM Lyons; Wang OJ; Lindley SE; Levine S; Kalin NH and Schatzberg
     AF. "Separation induced changes in squirrel monkey
     hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal physiology resemble aspects of
     hypercortisolism in humans." PSYCHONEUROENDOCRINOLOGY 24(2):
     131-142, 1999.

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

27.  E Fuchs and Fluegge G. "Stress, glucocorticoids and structural
     plasticity of the hippocampus." NEUROSCIENCE AND BIOBEHAVIORAL
     REVIEWS 23(2): 295-300, 1998.

28.  E Gould; Tanapat P; McEwen BS; Fluegge G and Fuchs E.
     "Proliferation of granule cell precursors in the dentate gyrus of
     adult monkeys is diminished by stress." PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL
     ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 95(6):
     3168-3171, 1998.

29.  EN Xiao; Xia-Zhang L; Barth A; Zhu J and Ferin M. "Stress and the
     menstrual cycle: Relevance of cycle quality in the short- and
     long-term response to a 5-day endotoxin challenge during the
     follicular phase in the rhesus monkey." JOURNAL OF CLINICAL
     ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM 83(7): 2454-2460, 1998.

30.  EN Xiao; Xia-Zhang LN and Ferin M. "Stress and the menstrual
     cycle: Short- and long-term response to a five-day endotoxin
     challenge during the luteal phase in the rhesus monkey." JOURNAL OF
     CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM 84(2): 623-626, 1999.

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

32.  F Ohl; Oitzl MS and Fuchs E. "Assessing cognitive functions in
     tree shrews: Visuo-spatial and spatial learning in the home cage."
     JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE METHODS 81(1-2): 35-40, 1998. 

33.  F Ohl and Fuchs E. "Differential effects of chronic stress on
     memory processes in the tree shrew." COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH 7(3):
     379-387, 1999.

34.  F Ohl and Fuchs E. "Memory performance in tree shrews: Effects of
     stressful experiences." NEUROSCIENCE AND BIOBEHAVIORAL REVIEWS
     23(2): 319-323, 1998.

35.  F Ohl and Fuchs E. "Stress susceptible and stress resistant memory
     processes in tree shrews." EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
     10(Suppl): 141, 1998.

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

37.  G Fluegge; Kramer M; Rensing S and Fuchs E. "5HT1A-receptors and
     behaviour under chronic stress: Selective counteraction by
     testosterone." EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 10(8): 2685-2693,
     1998. 

38.  G Flugge; Kramer M; Rensing S and Fuchs E. "Stress-induced
     5HT1A-receptor down-regulation and behavioural changes are
     counteracted by testosterone in male Tupaia." EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF
     NEUROSCIENCE 10(Suppl): 106, 1998.

39.  GM Sullivan; Coplan JD and Gorman JM. "Psychoneuroendocrinology of
     anxiety disorders." PSYCHIATRIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA 21(2):
     397-412, 1998.

40.  GR Lubach and Coe CL. "Iron deficiency in prenatally-stressed
     infant rhesus monkeys." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF HUMAN BIOLOGY 11(1):
     120, 1999.

41.  GW Kraemer and Bachevalier J. "Cognitive changes associated with
     persisting behavioral effects of early psychosocial stress in
     rhesus monkeys: A view from psychobiology." In: Pp. 438-462 in
     ADVERSITY, STRESS, AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY. Dohrenwend BP, ed. New
     York, Oxford Univ Press, 1998.

42.  H Bjork Skantze; Kaplan J; Pettersson K; Manuck S; Blomqvist N;
     Kyes R; Williams K and Bondjers G. "Psychosocial stress causes
     endothelial injury in cynomolgus monkeys via beta(1)-adrenoceptor
     activation." ATHEROSCLEROSIS 136(1): 153-161, 1998. 

43.  H Markowitz. "Environmental enrichment and the conservation of
     behavior." 17-23 PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2ND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
     ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT. Holst B, ed. Frederiksberg, Copenhagen,
     1998.

44.  H Schulze; Benirschke K; Doyle GA; Johann A; Meier B; Wirth R and
     Zimmermann E. "A 'checklist' of possible items for prosimian
     husbandry manuals and research" FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 69(Suppl 1):
     152-170, 1998.

45.  J Andrews. "Infanticide by a female black lemur, Eulemur macaco,
     in disturbed habitat on Nosy Be, north-western Madagascar" FOLIA
     PRIMATOLOGICA 69(Suppl 1): 14-17, 1998.

46.  J Higley; Hasert M; Suomi S and Linnoila M. "The serotonin
     reuptake inhibitor sertraline reduces excessive alcohol consumption
     in nonhuman primates: Effect of stress." NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
     18(6): 431-443, 1998. 

47.  JA Firestone; Raskind MA; Wilkinson CW; Peskind ER and et al.
     "Autoradiographic study of sauvagine slice binding distribution in
     the medial temporal lobe of the non-human primate." SOCIETY FOR
     NEUROSCIENCE ABSTRACTS 24(Pt 1): 615, 1998.

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

49.  JD Coplan; Trost RC; Owens MJ; Cooper TB; Gorman JM; Nemeroff CB
     and Rosenblum LA. "Cerebrospinal fluid concentrations of
     somatostatin and biogenic amines in grown primates reared by
     mothers exposed to manipulated foraging conditions." ARCHIVES OF
     GENERAL PSYCHIATRY 55(5): 473-477, 1998.

50.  JD Jentsch; Taylor JR and Roth RH. "Subchronic phencyclidine
     administration increases mesolimbic dopaminergic system
     responsivity and augments stress- and psychostimulant-induced
     hyperlocomotion." NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY 19(2): 105-113, 1998.

51.  JF Baer. "A veterinary perspective of potential risk factors in
     environmental enrichment." In: Pp. 277-301 in SECOND NATURE:
     ENVIRONMENTAL ENRICHMENT FOR CAPTIVE ANIMALS. Shepherdson DJ, ed.
     Washington, DC, Smithsonian Inst Press, 1998.

52.  JL Harding. "The first state of rehabilitation of a family of
     white handed gibbons Hylobates lar." AUSTRALASIAN PRIMATOLOGY
     12(2): 2-8, 1998.

53.  JL Norcross and Newman JD. "Effects of separation and novelty on
     distress vocalizations and cortisol in the common marmoset
     (Callithrix jacchus)." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 47(3):
     209-222, 1999.

54.  JP Capitanio. "Social experience and immune system measures in
     laboratory-housed macaques: Implications for management and
     research." ILAR [INST LAB ANIM RESOUR] JOURNAL 39(1): 12-20, 1998.
     
55.  JP, Capitanio and Lerche NW. "Social separation, housing
     relocation and survival in simian AIDS: A retrospective analysis."
     PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE 60(3): 235-244, 1998. 

56.  JP Capitanio; Lerche NW; Mendoza SP and Mason WA. "Social stress
     affects survival and pituitary-adrenal functioning in
     SIV-inoculated rhesus monkeys." JOURNAL OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY
     27(2/3): 172, 1998.

57.  JP Capitanio; Mendoza SP; Lerche NW and Mason WA. "Social stress
     results in altered glucocorticoid regulation and shorter survival
     in simian acquired immune deficiency syndrome." PROCEEDINGS OF THE
     NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE USA 95(8): 4714-4719, 1998.

58.  JR Kaplan and Manuck SB. "Monkeys, aggression, and the
     pathobiology of atherosclerosis." AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR 24(4):
     323-334, 1998. 

59.  JR Kaplan; Manuck SB and Adams MR. "The physiologic consequences
     of subordinate social status in groups of female macaques."
     AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR 25(1): 44-45, 1999.

60.  KA Carroll and Maestripieri D. "Infant abuse and neglect in
     monkeys: A discussion of definitions, epidemiology, etiology, and
     implications for child maltreatment: Reply to Cicchetti (1998) and
     Mason (1998)." PSYCHOLOGICAL BULLETIN 123(3): 234-237, 1998.

61.  KA Grant; Shively CA; Nader MA; Ehrenkaufer RL; Line SW; Morton
     TE; Gage HD and Mach RH. "Effect of social status on striatal
     dopamine D2 receptor binding characteristics in cynomolgus monkeys
     assessed with positron emission tomography." SYNAPSE 29(1): 80-83,
     1998.

62.  Kalin, NH and SE Shelton. "Ontogeny and stability of separation and
     threat-induced defensive behaviors in rhesus monkeys during the
     first year of life." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 44(2):
     125-135, 1998. 

63.  KS Kearns; Afema J and Duncan A. "Dosage trials using medetomidine
     as an oral preanesthetic agent in chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes)."
     AAZV [AM ASSOC ZOO VET]/ AAWV [AM ASSOC WILDL VET] JOINT CONFERENCE
     PROCEEDINGS (1998): 511, 1998.

64.  L Arborelius; Owens MJ; Plotsky PM and Nemeroff CB. "The role of
     corticotropin-releasing factor in depression and anxiety
     disorders." JOURNAL OF ENDOCRINOLOGY 160(1): 1-12, 1999.

65.  L Cocks and Collier J. "The transportation of orang-utans:
     Problems and protocols." THIRD INTERNATIONAL GREAT APES OF THE
     WORLD CONFERENCE. : 6, 1998.

66.  LA Fowler and Hopkins WD. "Asymmetries in tympanic membrane
     temperature in response to anxiety produced by cognitive challenge
     in chimpanzees." JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE 9(Suppl): 61,
     1998.

67.  Lane, SJ. "Clinical interpretation of |maternal endocrine
     activation during pregnancy alters neurobehavioral state in primate
     infants|." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 52(2): 99-101,
     1998. 

68.  M Das; Penke Z and van Hooff JARAM. "Postconflict affiliation and
     stress-related behavior of long-tailed macaque aggressors."
     INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 19(1): 53-71, 1998.

69.  M Madesh; Benard O and Balasubramanian KA. "Apoptotic process in
     the monkey small intestinal epithelium: 2. Possible role of
     oxidative stress." FREE RADICAL BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE 26(3-4):
     431-438, 1999.

70.  M van Kampen; Hiemke C and Fuchs E. "Psychosocial stress in tree
     shrews: Diazepam does not counteract stress-induced behavioral
     alterations." EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 10(Suppl): 293,
     1998.

71.  MB Fontenot. "The relationship between social status in stable and
     unstable social groups and indices of biogenic amine function in
     adult male cynomolgus macaques." DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS
     INTERNATIONAL B58(11): 5734, 1998.

72.  MJ Kim. "Caloric restriction, oxidative stress and aging: Studies
     in red and white blood cells from rhesus monkeys." DISSERTATION
     ABSTRACTS INTERNATIONAL B59(1): 167, 1998.

73.  MJ Mijnster; Isovich E; van Kampen M and Fuchs E. "Alterations in
     dopamine D1-like binding sites in tree shrews exposed to chronic
     psychosocial stress." EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE 10(Suppl):
     346, 1998.

74.  MJ Mijnster; Isovich E and Fuchs E. "Chronic psychosocial stress
     alters the density of dopamine D2-like binding sites." SOCIETY FOR
     NEUROSCIENCE ABSTRACTS 24(Pt 1): 710, 1998.

75.  ML Laudenslager; Rasmussen KLR; Lilly AA; Laban O and et al.
     "Immune and endocrine changes following brief capture experiences
     in free ranging macaques." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(2):
     192, 1998.

76.  ML Schneider; Clarke AS; Kraemer GW; Roughton EC; Lubach GR;
     Rimm-Kaufman S; Schmidt D and Ebert M. "Prenatal stress alters
     brain biogenic amine levels in primates." DEVELOPMENT AND
     PSYCHOPATHOLOGY 10(3): 427-440, 1998.

77.  MM Khananashvili. "[Psychogenic stress: Theory, experiment,
     practice.]" VESTNIK ROSSIISKOI AKADEMII MEDISTINSKIKH NAUK (8):
     13-16, 1998.

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

79.  MP Recabarren; Valenzuela GJ and Seron-Ferre M. "Proteic-caloric
     restriction during pregnancy affects the adrenal- placental axis
     and decreases birth weight in a primate, Cebus apella, without
     affecting gestational length." PRENATAL AND NEONATAL MEDICINE 3(3):
     309-313, 1998.

80.  NH Kalin; Shelton SE; Rickman M and Davidson RJ. "Individual
     differences in freezing and cortisol in infant and mother rhesus
     monkeys." BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE 112(1): 251-254, 1998. (ARCHIVES
     001910)

81.  NI Bahr; Pryce CR; Dobeli M and Martin RD. "Evidence from urinary
     cortisol that maternal behavior is related to stress in gorillas."
     PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR 64(4): 429-437, 1998.

82.  NJ Emery; Machado CJ; Mendoza SP; Capitanio JP and et al. "Role of
     the amygdala in dyadic social interactions & the stress response in
     monkeys." SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE ABSTRACTS 24(Pt 1): 780, 1998.

83.  O Henriksen. "Social conditions affect survival of SIV-infected
     monkeys." NCRR [NAT CTR RES RESOUR] REPORTER 12(3): 3, 1998.

84.  PE Reed; Phillips-Conroy JE; Jolly CJ and Wasser SK. "Differences
     in cortisol levels of anubis and hamadryas baboons captured in the
     Awash National Park, Ethiopia." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL
     ANTHROPOLOGY (Suppl 26): 186, 1998.

85.  RC Stavisky and Kaplan JR. "Social status and |baseline| serum
     cortisol concentrations in small, recently formed groups of female
     cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis)." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
     PRIMATOLOGY 45(2): 210, 1998.

86.  RM Donahoe and Vlahov D. "Opiates as potential cofactors in
     progression of HIV-1 infections to AIDS." JOURNAL OF
     NEUROIMMUNOLOGY 83(1-2): 77-87, 1998.

87.  Roughton EC; ML Schneider; LJ Bromley and CL Coe. "Maternal
     endocrine activation during pregnancy alters neurobehavioral state
     in primate infants." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
     52(2): 90-98, 1998. (ARCHIVES 001889)

88.  RS Wallace; Bell B; Prosen H and Clyde V. "Behavioral and medical
     therapy for self-mutilation and generalized anxiety in a bonobo
     (Pan paniscus)." AAZV [AM ASSOC ZOO VET]/ AAWV [AM ASSOC WILDL VET]
     JOINT CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS (1998): 393-395, 1998.

89.  S Gibson; Williams L; Brady A and Abee C. "Failure to thrive
     syndrome in squirrel monkey infants (Saimiri spp.)." AMERICAN
     JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 45(2): 181-182, 1998.

90.  S Wolfensohn. "Shigella infection in macaque colonies: Case report
     of an eradication and control program." LABORATORY ANIMAL SCIENCE
     48(4): 330-333, 1998.

91.  SJ Suomi. "Compelling retrospective results call for creative
     prospective investigations." PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE 60(3): 245-246,
     1998. 

92.  SJ Suomi and Levine S. "Psychobiology of intergenerational effects
     of trauma: Evidence from animal studies." In: Pp. 623-637 in
     INTERNATIONAL HANDBOOK OF MULTIGENERATIONAL LEGACIES OF TRAUMA.
     Danieli Y, ed. New York, Plenum Press, 1998.

93.  SL Watson; Shively CA; Kaplan JR and Line SW. "Effects of chronic
     social separation on cardiovascular disease risk factors in female
     cynomolgus monkeys." ATHEROSCLEROSIS 137(2): 259-266, 1998. 
     023575)

94.  T Koyama and Terao K. "[Characteristics of
     psycho-immuno-endocrinological responses of aged monkeys to social
     stress.]" REICHORUI KENKYU/ PRIMATE RES 14(2): 109-114, 1998.

95.  TE Smith; McGreer-Whitworth B and French JA. "Close proximity of
     the heterosexual partner reduces the physiological and behavioral
     consequences of novel-cage housing in black tufted-ear marmosets
     (Callithrix kuhli)." HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR 34(3): 211-222, 1998.
     
96.  TM Butynski and Kalina J. "Gorilla tourism: A critical look."
     294-313 & 359-369 (References) CONSERVATION OF BIOLOGICAL
     RESOURCES. Milner-Gulland EJ, ed. Oxford, Blackwell Sci, 1998.

97.  TM Reyes and Coe CL. "Resistance of central nervous system
     interleukin-6 to glucocorticoid inhibition in monkeys." AMERICAN
     JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY 275(4, pt 2): R612-R618, 1998.

98.  V Glover; Bhattacharya SK; Chakrabarti A and Sandler M. "The
     psychopharmacology of isatin: A brief review." STRESS MEDICINE
     14(4): 225-229, 1998.

99.  W Dirks. "Histological reconstruction of dental development and
     age at death in a juvenile gibbon (Hylobates lar)." JOURNAL OF
     HUMAN EVOLUTION 35(4-5): 411-425, 1998.

100. WA Mason and Mendoza SP. "Generic aspects of primate attachments:
     Parents, offspring and mates." PSYCHONEUROENDOCRINOLOGY 23(8):
     765-778, 1998.

101. WA Mason and Mendoza SP. "Response to infant titi monkeys in
     distress: Effects of parental experience." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF
     PRIMATOLOGY 45(2): 194, 1998.

102. Whitten PL; R Stavisky; F Aureli and E Russell. "Response of fecal
     cortisol to stress in captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)."
     AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 44(1): 57-69, 1998.

103. WT Boyce; O'Neill-Wagner P; Price CS; Haines M and Suomi SJ.
     "Crowding stress and violent injuries among behaviorally inhibited
     rhesus macaques." HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY 17(3): 285-289, 1998. 
     023519)

104. YG Yang and Makita T. "Morphometry of fine structural alterations
     of hepatocytes of Japanese monkeys under fasting stress." JOURNAL
     OF VETERINARY MEDICAL SCIENCE 60(7): 849-852, 1998.

105. Z Sarnyai. "Neurobiology of stress and cocaine addiction: Studies
     on corticotropin-releasing factor in rats, monkeys, and humans."
     ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 851: 371-387, 1998.