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 This book is an assimilation of both published and previously unpublished research on spider monkeys, it is a comprehensive source of information for academic researchers and graduate students interested in primatology, evolutionary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.
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)?
Cronin, K. A., Snowdon, C. T. and Silk, J. B. Performance of cottontop tamarins (Saguinus Oedipus) on a food donation task: a comparison with chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus).
Culot, L., Muñoz Lazo, F. J., Huynen, M. C. and Heymann, E. W. Primary seed dispersal by tamarins into a secondary forest.
Da Cunha, R. and Byrne, R. The screech complex of calls of immature black howler monkeys (Alouatta caraya).
Dacier, A., De Luna, G., Fernandez-Duque, E. and Di Fiore, A. Estimating population density of tit monkeys (Callicebus discolor) through playback calls.
De Marco, A., Petit, O. and Visalberghi, E. Facial displays in two capuchin species: Cebus capucinus and Cebus apella.
Defler, T. R. and Bueno, M. L. Species or subspecies: the relationship of two Colombian Lagothrix taxa.
DeLuycker, A. M. Dynamics of the social pair bond in the Rio Mayo titi monkey (Callicebus oenanthe) in northern Peru.
Di Fiore, A. Molecular assessment of dispersal patterns in sympatric woolly and spider monkeys.
Dindo, M. and Whiten, A. Copying fidelity in capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella).
Dunn, J., Cristobal-Azkarate, J. and Vea, J.B. Changes in foraging behavior of mantled howler monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in response to food availability and their effect on physiological health.
Emile, N., Goncalves, I. and Barras, M. Object versus picture recognition of a snake predator by captive black tufted-ear marmosets.
Eraso, T. M., Vignolo, A., Norscia, I. and Palagi, E. Adult play in a family group of captive common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus).
Falotico, T. and Ottoni, E. B. Aimed stone-throwing by females during courtship in wild capuchin monkeys (Cebus libidinosus).
Farmer, H., Leaver, L. A. and Plowman, A. B. Comparisons of behavioural patterns and vocalizations in pair-housed and family-housed captive howler monkeys (Alouatta caraya).
Feistner, A. and Rabeson, P. Participatory ecological monitoring of biodiversity: implicating villages in primate conservation.
Fernandez-Duque, E. and Juarez, C. Ecological demographic and behavioral aspects of natal dispersal in monogamous owl monkeys (Aotus azarai) of the argentinan Chaco.
Ferreira, R. G. and Jerusalinsky, L. Three stones for three seeds: selective tool use in capuchins.
Ferris, C., Meyer, J. and Harder, J. Gender differences in common prefrontal function and chemistry in response to ECSTASY: females are selectively vulnerable.
Fogaca, M. D. F. and Izar, P. I. Selection of sleeping sites by Cebus nigritus in Brazilian Atlantic forest.
Freitas, C., Spironello, W. and Venticinque, E. Logs and long-term survival: the impact of selective timber extraction on central Amazonia primate communities.
Garber, P. A. and Porter, L. M. Exudate production and the ecology of exudates feeding in Saguinus and Callimico.
Gibson, K. N. Male mating tactics in spider monkeys: sneaking to compete.
Ginther, A. J. Social strategies of fathers and adult son alloparents in cooperatively breeding cottontop tamarins (Saguinus oedipus oedipus).
Gonzalez-Martinez, J. and Kessler, M. Surgical sterilization as a means of population control for free-ranging introduced primate population in southwestern Puerto Rico.
Gordo, M., Calleia, F. O., Rohe, F., Leite, J. F., Vasconcelos, S. A., Cardoso, G. L., Anjos, M. P., Venticinque, E. M., Farias, I. P., Hrbek, T. and Ferrari, S. F. When small is dangerous: the conservation ecology of a naturally range-restricted primate, Saguinus bicolor, the Manaus marmoset.
Gros-Louis, J. The function of white-faced capuchin vocalizations differs from the signaler's and recipient's perspective.
Guedes, D. and Young, R. Bibliometric analysis of Brazilian primatology from 1976 to 2006.
Guidorizzi, C. E., Kierulff, M. C. and Alvarez, M. R. Density, birth seasonality and infant mortality in golden-headed lion tamarins (Leontopithecus chrysomelas) inhabiting a semi-deciduous forest fragment in Bahia, Brazil.
Gunhold, T., Pesendorfer, M. B., Range, F., Schiel, N., Souto, A. and Huber, L. Conformity of habit? Experiments with multiple groups of captive and free-living common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus).
Hankerson, S. J. and Dietz, J. M. Comparison of home range calculation methods: golden lion tamarins as a case study.
Hattori, Y., Kuroshima, H. and Fujita, K. Cognitive background of reciprocal altruism in tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella).
Heymann, E. W., Huck, M. and Loettker, P. Kinship and infant care in a cooperatively breeding tamarin, Saguinus mystax.
Hiramatsu, C., Melin, A. D., Aureli, F., Schaffner, C. M., Vorobyev, M. and Kawamura, S. Effectiveness of chromatic and achromatic signals in fruit foraging of wild spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi).
Izar, P., Presotto, A. and Fogaca, M. D. Goal-directed movements of black capuchin monkeys, Cebus nigritus, in Atlantic forest.
Jack, K. M. and Fedigan, L. M. Explaining female dispersal in a female-philopatric species (Cebus capucinus).
Kaneko, T. and Tomonaga, M. Utility of habituation-dishabituation procedure for cognitive studies of new world monkeys: verification of looking time sensitivity and exploration of behavioural measures.
Kaplan, G., Rogers, L. J., Chen, H. C. and Berger, Y. Ageing and vocal communication in common marmosets.
Kawamura, S., Matsumoto, Y., Ozawa, N., Hiwatashi, T., Okabe, Y., Tsutsui, T., Hiramatsu, C., Melin, A. D., Innan, H., Schaffner, C. M., Aureli, F. and Fedigan, L. M. Mutations creating novel spectral types of atelid L/M opsin alleles and the natural selection acting to maintain allelic polymorphism of L/M opsin genes in wild populations of new world monkeys.
King, Z., Sheller, C. and Jack, K. M. The effects of infant births on male-female relationships in white-faced capuchins (Cebus capucinus).
Kyes, R. C., Iskandar, E., Onibala, J. O., Chalise, M. K., Li, J. H., Feeroz, M. M., Aggimarangsee, N., Kakule, P. and Serio Silva, J. C. Global partnerships in primate conservation biology: field training and outreach education.
Lakshminarayanan, V. R. and Santos, L. R. Framing effects and the endowment effect in capuchins. Lawrence, J. M. Using playback experiments to investigate pair bond function in brown titi monkeys (Callicebus brunneus).
Link, A., Aldana, A. M., de Luna, A. G., Morales-Jimenez, A. L. and Stevenson, P. R. Effects of habitat degradation on the behavioral ecology and grouping patterns of brown spider monkeys (Ateles hybridus) at Serrania de las Quinchas, Colombia.
Liu, Q., Fragaszy, D., Bril, D., Dietrich, G. and Hirata, S. Capuchin monkeys and chimpanzees crack nuts skillfully: biomechanical analyses.
Lynch Alfaro, J. W. and Alfaro, M. E. Biological and cultural evolution in capuchin monkeys: mapping behavioural traditions onto a Cebus molecular phylogeny.
Maldonado, A. M. and Bearder, S. K. Assessing the impact of hunting on harvest-sensitive primates within protected areas and indigenous lands in the southern Colombian Amazon.
Matthews, L. J. Field experiments of an extractive processing task in wild white-faced capuchin monkeys (Cebus albifrons).
McCabe, G. M. and Joachim, L. The 21st century male: a case of unexpected care-giving in an alpha male capuchin (Cebus capucinus).
Melin, A. D., Fedigan, L. M., Kawamura, S. and Hiramatsu, C. Fig foraging by white-faced capuchin monkeys in Costa Rica: considering polymorphic color vision.
Mendes, A. L. B., Barbalho, J. C., Ferreira, R. G. and Araujo, J. F. Understanding of apparatus for cognitive test by common marmoset.
Mendes, S. and Strier, K. Implications of female dispersal of managing the northern muriqui (Brachyteles hypoxanthus).
Mendes, S. L., Cunha, A. A., Dias, L. G., Melo, F. R., Strier, K. B. and Talebi, M. Challenges facing the conservation of the muriquis in the Brazilian Atlantic forest.
Menzel, C. R. and Fragaszy, D. M. Monkeys get the point: capuchins use lasers to select and rank distant rewards.
Montague, M. J. The effects of colour vision on decoy predator recognition among wild squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus).
Morales-Jimenez, A. L. The silvery brown tamarin (Saguinus leucopus) conservation program: two years of experience.
Morimoto, Y. and Fujita, K. Capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) regulate their own behaviour according to the conspecific's emotional expression.
Morris, N., Richardson, A., Bezerra, B. M., Schwitzer, C. and Jones, G. Behavioural and vocal repertoires of captive grey-ledged night monkeys Aotus lemurinus griseimembra.
Moura, A. and Lee, P. Wild capuchins show sex differences in tool use: energetic costs, sexual selection or social tradition?
Muniz, L., Perry, S., Manson, J. H., Gross-Louis, J., Gilkenson, H. and Vigilanr, L. Close kin availability within wild groups of white-faced capuchins.
Nishimura, A. Hierarchy in woolly monkeys, Lagothrix lagotricha, at La Macarena, Colombia.
Novy, M. B., Mundy, N. I. and Caine, N. G. Trichromatic and dichromatic marmosets (Callithrix geoffroyi) may differ in food inspection strategies.
O'Malley, R. C. and Fedigan, L. M. Social conventions in Cebus and Pan: ‘Hand-sniffing’ and the ‘groomming hand-clasp’ compared.
Ottoni, E. B., Mannu M. Diversity of stone tool use by wild capuchin monkeys (Cebus libidinosus) in Serra Da Capivara, Brazil.
Pan, J., Fragaszy, D., Pickering, T. and Kennedy, E. H. Learning to make detours: the micro-development of skilled navigation in capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella).
Pavelka, M. S. M. and Behie, A. M. Reduction and recovery of a black howler population in response to a major hurricane.
Perez Flores, J. S. Behavior management programs: a tool to increase animal welfare levels of new world monkeys in captivity.
Perez-Ruiz, A. L. and Mondragon-Ceballos, R. Allogrooming in free-ranging spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi).
Perry, S. E. Measures of social learning in wild capuchin monkeys.
Phillips, K. A. and Sherwood, C. C. Cortical development in brown capuchin monkeys: a structural MRI study.
Porter, L. M. and Garber, P. A. Limited dispersal and cooperative breeding in Callimico goeldii.
Poti, P. and Saporiti, M. Tufted capuchins can use configurations of nearby landmarks to find food.
Presotto, A. and Izar, P. Weather conditions affect traveling patterns of black capped capuchins (Cebus nigritus) in atlantic forest.
Priscila, C., Goncalver, I., Emile, N., Ziller, F., Barros, M. and Tomaz, C. Similar defense-related behaviors in captive marmosets confronted with different types of potential predators.
Rapaport, L. Food sharing, coforaging and scaffolding in wild golden lion tamarins (Leontopithecus rosalia).
Rebecchini, L., Schaffner, C. M., Auleri, F., Vick, L. and Ramos-Fernandez, G. The impact of hurricane Emily on the activity budget, diet and subgroup composition of wild spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi yucatanensis).
Resende, B. and Fragaszy, D.M. Development of nut-cracking behavior in tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) and comparison with chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).
Rodrigues, M. A. Nepotistic back-scratching: patterns of grooming among captive female spider monkeys.
Rodríguez Luna, E., Cortés Ortíz, L., Shedden A. and Solórzano García B. Critical review of the CAMP and PHVA workshops as instruments for Neotropical primate conservation.
Rogers, L. J. and Gordon, D. J. Hand preference, reactivity and social behavior in Callithrix jacchus.
Rohe, F., da Silva-Jr, J. and Spironello, W. The diversity of central amazonian primates and its newest addition, a new tamarin, provisionally of genus Saguinus.
Rudolf von Rohr, C. The goeldi's monkey (Callimico goeldi) a callitrichid that breaks ranks.
Rylands, A. B., Williamson, L., Hoffmann, M. and Savage, A. The IUCN rel list assessment for primates-2008: overviews of the results for Madagascar, Africa, Asia and Neotropics.
Santorelli, C. J., Schaffner, C. M. and Aureli, F. Variation in fur rubbing in two populations of wild spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi).
Savage, A., Thomas, L., Leighty, K., Soto, L., Causado, J. and Medina, F. Developing new techniques to estimate the cotton-top tamarin (Saguinus oedipus) population in Colombia. Schino, G., Di Giuseppe, F. and Visalberghi, E. Grooming reciprocation in Cebus apella.
Schulte, M. H. C. Evolutionary approaches to understanding human-primate interactions: ecotourism and white-faced capuchin monkeys in Costa Rica.
Shedden, A. and Rodríguez-Luna, E. Flor de Catemaco: intensive use and howler monkey (Alouatta palliata) habitat maintainment.
Siani, J. M. and Dietz, J. M. Using acoustic playback experiments to assess infant-caregiver communication in wild golden lion tamarins at Poco Das Antas reserve, Brazil.
Slater, K. Y., Schaffner, C. M. and Aureli, F. Relationship quality among wild male spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi yucatanensis).
Smith, T. E., McCallister, J. M. and Elwood, R. Behavioural and physiological reactivity to novelty across the Callitrichid primate family.
Solorzano-García, B. and Rodríguez-Luna, E. Changes in the conservation status of the primate populations and their habitat in a transect of Los Tuxtlas, biosphere reserve, Mexico.
Sousa, M. B. C. and Pontes, M. C. Hormonal and behavioral profile of breeding and non breeding common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus) free-ranging males.
Spagnoletti, N., Izar, P. and Visalberghi, E. Effects of food availability on tool use of wild bearded capuchin monkey (Cebus libidinosus).
Spehar, S., Mathewson, P. and Di Fiore, A. The male spider monkey loud call: a means of mate attraction and mate choice?
Spironello, W., Gordo, M., Noronha, M., Boyle, S., de Freitas, C., Bezerra, B. and Barnett, A. Priorities applications and monitoring: learning from the Amazon primate research experience.
Steffens, T. S. and Pavelka, M. S. M. Determining the habitat features associated with the distribution of the black howler monkey within Belize, Central America.
Stewart, L. E., Kaplan, G. and Rogers, L. J. Food calls of common marmosets, Callithrix jacchus.
Stojan Dolar, M. and Heymann, E. W. Comparison of vigilance behavior in stationary and locomoting moustached tamarins (Saguinus mystax) in Peruvian Amazonia.
Strier, K. B. and Mendes, S. L. The muriqui project of Caratinga: research and conservation over 26 years.
Svensson, M. S. and Bearder, S. K. Improving management of nocturnal primates: Assessing the distribution and abundance of owl monkeys (Aotus zonalis) in Alto Chagres, Panamá.
Takimoto, A., Kuroshima, H. and Fujita, K. Are tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) sensitive to unequal food share? An experimental analysis of food-choice for opponents.
Talebi M.G., Lee P.C. Nutritional ecology of southern muriquis (Brachyteles arachnoides) inhabiting the last remnant of continuous Brazilian Atlantic forest.
Tardif, S., Paulik, M., Bertram, R. and Power, M. Maternal obesity studies in marmoset: collaborations among reproduction, nutrition, and obesity researchers.
Taubert, J. and Burke, D. A face recognition task: how spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi) and humans match composite stimuli.
Taylor, A. B., Vinyard, C. J. and White, L. E. Do Peripheral feeding specializations extend to the central nervous system in new world monkeys?
Teixeira, S. D, Tavares, A., Almeida, R., Tavares, M. C., Martins, R., Goldolfi, L. and Pratesi, R. Possible presence of sensitivity to gluten (celiac disease) among captive primates of the subfamily Callitrichinae.
Tiddi, B., Polizzi di Sorrentino, E., Aureli, F., Janson, C. and Schino, G. Interchange between grooming and tolerance among wild tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella): combining experiments and observations.
Truppa, V., Ciolfi, F., Spinozzi, G. and De Lillo, C. The role of similarity between global and local orientation in visual perception in tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella).
Turnock, S. E. and Slater, K. Y. The effect of environmental enrichment on the locomotive feeding and social behavior of spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi) in the Zoologico National, Honduras.
Valderrama, X., Robinson, J., Cane, M., Giannini, A. and Melnick, D. Enso-influenced demographic and genetic changes in wedge-capped capuchins.
Van Wolkenten, M., Brosnan, S. F. and de Waal, F. B. Response to inequity in effort and reward in Brown capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella).
Verderane, M. and Izar, P. Female social relationships of wild tool-user capuchin monkeys (Cebus libidinosus).
Vinyard, C. J., Wall, C. E., Williams, S. H., de Oliveira Melo, L. C., Valenca-Montenegro, M. M., Valle, Y. B. M., Monteiro da Cruz, M. A. O., Lucas, P. W., Taylos, A. B. and Hylander, W. L. Evolutionary morphology of tree-gouging in marmosets.
Visalberghi, E. and Spagnoletti, N. Factors affecting success in the use of hammers and anvils to crack open nuts in wild bearded capuchins.
Waga, I. C., Tomaz, C. and Tavares M. C. H. Spatial and non-spatial relational memory in capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella).
Welker, B. J. Howler monkey leaf choice: protein-to-fiber ratio revisited.
Wheeler, B. C. False alarm: do tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella) use anti-predator calls to usurp resources from conspecifics?
Youlatos, D. and Gase, J. P. Gait and kinematics of arboreal quadrupedal walk of free-ranging red howlers (Alouatta seniculus) in French Guiana.
Young, R. J., Froes, A. P., Torquetti, C. G., Teixeira, B. and Talamoni, S. A. Factors influencing the distribution of urban marmosets.
Ziegler, T. E. and Snowdon, C. T. Chemical communication maintains the cooperative breeding social system in two platyrrhine species, Callithrix jacchus and Saguinus oedipus.