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1 August 2008 Recent Publications

BOOKS

South American Primates: Comparative Perspectives in the Study of Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation (Developments in Primatology: Progress and Prospects), edited by P. A. Garber, A. Estrada, J. C. Bicca-Marques, E. Heymann and K. B. Strier. 2008. Springer. 447pp. ISBN: 978-0387787046. The focus of each chapter is to examine the nature and range of primate responses to changes in their ecological and social environments, and to use data on South American monkeys to address critical theoretical questions in the study of primate behavior, ecology, and conservation. Contents: 1. Advancing the study of south American primates — P. A. Garber & A. Estrada; 2. The diversity of the new world primates (Platyrrhini), an annotated taxonomy — A. B. Rylands & R. A. Mittermeier; 3. Paleogeography of the South Atlantic: a route for primates and rodents into the new world? — F. B. de Oliveira, E. C. Molina and G. Marroig; 4. Platyrrhine ecophylogenetics in space and time — A. L. Rosenberger, M. F. Tejedor, S. B. Cooke and S. Pekar

Spider Monkeys: The Biology, Behavior and Ecology of the Genus Ateles, edited by Christina J. Campbell. 2008. Cambridge University Press. 352pp. ISBN: 978-0521867504. Spider monkeys are traditionally very difficult to study in the wild, but there has been an expansion in research being carried out on this genus in the past decade. This book is an assimilation of both published and previously unpublished research on spider monkeys, it is a comprehensive source of information for academic researchers and graduate students interested in primatology, evolutionary anthropology and behavioral ecology and covers topics such as taxonomy, diet, sexuality and reproduction, and conservation.

The Biology of Traditions: Models and Evidence, edited by D. M. Fragaszy and S. Perry. Cambridge University Press. 476pp. ISBN: 978-0521087308. This book explores socially-maintained behavioral traditions in animals other than humans. Uniquely, it treats traditions as biological phenomena amenable to comparative evaluation in the same way as other biological phenomena. It is also concerned with how widely shared features of social life and learning abilities can lead to traditions in many species. It differs from other books in its emphasis on explicit evaluation of alternative theories and methods, and in the breadth of species covered. It will be essential reading for students and researchers in behaviour, anthropology and psychology. Contents: 1. Towards a biology of traditions — D. M. Fragaszy and S. Perry; 2. What the models say about social learning — K. N. Laland and J. R. Kendal; 3. Relative brain size and the distribution of innovation and social learning across the nonhuman primates — S. M. Reader; 4. Social learning about food in birds — L. Lefebvre & J. Bouchard; 5. The cue reliability approach to social transmission: designing tests for adaptive traditions — G. Dewar; 6. Traditional foraging behaviors of brown and black rats — B. G. Galef Jr.; 7. Food for thought. Social learning about food feeding capuchin monkeys — E. Visalberghi and E. Addessi; 8. Traditions in mammalian and avian vocal communication — V. M. Janik and P. J. B. Slater; 9. Like mother, like calf: the ontogeny of foraging traditions in wild Indian Ocean bottlenose dolphins — J. Mann and B. Sageant; 10. Biological and ecological foundations of primate behavioral tradition — M.A. Huffman & S. Hirata; 11. Local traditions in orangutans and chimpanzees: social learning and social tolerance — C. P. Van Schaik; 12. Developmental perspectives on great ape traditions — A. E. Russon; 13. Do brown capuchins socially learn foraging skills? — S. Boinski, R. P. Quatrone, K. Sughrue, L. Selvaggi, M. Henry, C. M. Stickler and L. M. Rose; 14. Traditions inn wild white-faced capuchin monkeys — S. Perry, M. Panger, L. M. Rose, M. Baker, J. Gros-Louis, K. Jack, K. C. Mackinnon, J. Manson, L. Fedigan and K. Pyle; 15. Conclusions and research agendas — S. Perry.

ARTICLES

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Appendices

ABSTRACTS

Selected abstracts from the XXII Congress of the International Primatological Society. Edinburgh, Scotland, August 3–8, 2008.

Addessi, E., Spagnoletti, N., and Visalberghi E. Wild bearded capuchin monkeys (Cebus libidinosus) select functional hammer tools.

Anderson, J. R., Hattori, Y., Kuwahata, H., Kuroshima, H., Vick, S., Fujita and K., Gaze between new world monkeys and humans.

Araújo, Jr. A. C., Didonet, J. J., Araújo, C. S., Saletti, P. G., Borges, T. R. J. and Pessoa, V. F. Colour vision discrimination in the black howler monkey (Alouatta caraya).

Arruda, M. F., Alencar, A. I., Sousa, M. B. C. and Araujo, A. Mating systems and female-female competition in the common marmoset, Callithrix jacchus.

Arruda, M. F., Cutrim, F. H. R. and Ribeiro, M. D. P. Activity pattern of wild Callithrix jacchus along infant and juvenile periods.

Aureli, F. and Schaffner, C. M. Outcome of approaches in wild spider monkeys.

Bales, K. L., Jarcho M. R., Mason W. A. and Mendoza, S. P. Intranasal vasopressin administration modulates pair-bonding in monogamous titi monkeys (Callicebus cupreus).

Barnes, J. L. and Santos, L. R. Spontaneus helping behavior in capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella)?

Barnett, A. A., Bezerra, B. M., MacLarnon, A. and Ross, C. Hard-fruits and black waters: the conservation ecology of golden-backed uacari, Cacajao ouakary, an extreme diet and habitat specialist.

Behie, A. M., Pavelka, M. S. M. and Chapman, C. A. Variation in fecal Cortisol levels in a wild vlack howler population in southern Belize.

Benitez, M. E., Anestis, S. F., Santos, L. R. and Bribiescas, R. G. Non-invasive salivary collection techniques in captive brown capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella).

Bergstrom, M. L. and Fedigan, L. M. Maternal kin bias among female white-faced capuchins.

Bettridge, C. M., Dunbar, R. I. M. and Lehmann, J. Time and predation as constraints on primate biogeography.

Bezanson, M. and Raichlen, D. A. Bringing the lab into the field: kinematics during quadrupedal walking in Cebus capucinus.

Bezerra, B. M., Barnett, A., Silva, Jr. S. J., Souto, A. S. and Jones, G. Sounding out species: holes in our distributional knowledge of Amazonian primates, and the potential for call playback as a survey technique.

Bicca-Marques, J. C., Muhle, C. B., Prates, H. M., Oliveira, S. G. and Calegaro-Marques, C. Habitat deterioration and unexpected trophic niche broadening: a case study on egg-eating by black-and-gold howler monkeys (Alouatta caraya).

Blair, M. and Melnick, D. The effect of habitat fragmentation on population genetic structure in the Central American squirrel monkey (Saimiri oerstedii).

Boubli, J. P. and De Lima, M. G. Challenges of assessing conservation status of Neotropical primates of genus Cacajao.

Bowell, V. A., Rumble, R. J. and Buchanan-Smith, H. M. Reducing the stress of capture through the use of positive reinforcement training and positive human interactions in common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus).

Boyle, S. A., Smith, A. T. and Spironello, W. Forest fragmentation in central Amazonia and its consequences for the brown bearded saki, Chiropotes satanas chiripotes.

Bridgett, C. R. and Pavelka, M. S. M. Effects of folivory versus frugivory on ranging in black howlers.

Brown, C., Gordon, M., Becker, M. and Alipour, F. The case for biomechanical lateralization of the squirrel monkey larynx.

Brunce, J. A. and Isbell, L. A. Does colour vision explain variation in foraging behavior for wild titi monkeys (Callicebus brunneus).

Bueno, R. and Galetti, M. Status of primate populations in protected areas of south east Sao Paulo Atlantic forest, Brazil.

Burkart, J. M., Foglia, M. and Strasser, A. Trade-offs between social learning and innovativeness in common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus)?

Carnegie, S. D., Fedigan, L. M. and Ziegler, T. E. Predictors of allomaternal care in Cebus capucinus.

Carretero Pinzón, X., Defler, T. R. and Ruíz García, M. Fence-rows as biological corridors: an important tool for primate conservation in Colombian Llanos.

Castelo-Branco, R., Leitao, M., Serra, B., Pessoa, D. M. A. and Sousa, M. B. C. Response to children's toys in common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus).

Chabrawi, S., Ajuz, R. C., Pessoa, V. F. and Araujo, M. F. Color discrimination on detecting food target of Alouatta caraya (Primates, Atelidae).

Chowdhury, S., Fernandez-Duque, E. and Rudran, R. Influence of group structure on life histories of female red howler monkeys (Alouatta seniculus).

Coelho, C. G., Ramos-da-Silva, E. D. and Ottoni, E. B. Opportunities for social learning of nut-cracking behavior by two populations of capuchin monkeys: semi-free raning (Cebus sp.) and wild Cerrado populations (Cebus libidinosus).

Coles, R. C., Talebi, M. G. and Lee, P. C. Fission-fusion sociality in southern muriquis (Brachyteles arachnoids) in the continuous atlantic forest of Brazil.

Cornejo, F. M. Aspects of the ecology and behavior of je yellow tailed woolly monkeys Oreonax flavicauda.

Cortes-Ortiz, L. Phylogeography of Mesoamerican howler monkeys.

Crescimbene, L., Mancini, A., Addessi, E. and Visalberghi, E. Symbolic use on tokens in capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella)?

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"Recent Publications," Neotropical Primates 15(2), 69-77, (1 August 2008). https://doi.org/10.1896/044.015.0205
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