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Environmental Enrichment Information Resources for Nonhuman Primates, 1987-1992


Updated by Environmental Enrichment for Nonhuman Primates Resource Guide, 1992-1999

United States Department of Agriculture
National Agicultural Library

National Institutes of Health
National Library of Medicine

Primate Information Center
University of Washington

May 1992

Environmental Enrichment Information Resources
for Nonhuman Primates: 1987-1992

List of Contributors:

United States Department of Agriculture
National Agricultural Library
Animal Welfare Information Center
10301 Baltimore Boulevard
Beltsville, Maryland 20705

Janice C. Swanson, Ph.D.
Michael D. Kreger, M.S.
D'Anna J. Berry, B.S.
Jennifer L. Lyons-Carter
Jean A. Larson, M.S.

United States Department of Health and Human Services
Public Health Service
National Institutes of Health
National Library of Medicine
8600 Rockville Pike
Bethesda, Maryland 20892

Fritz P. Gluckstein, D.V.M., M.L.S.

Primate Information Center
Regional Primate Research Center
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195

Jackie Pritchard, Ph.D.

PREFACE

This document supercedes Information Resources for
Environmental Enrichment of Primates: 1987-1990 published in March of 1991.-- Produced in cooperation with the National Library of Medicine (NLM), Primate Information Center (PIC), and the Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare (OLAW), the updated edition is more comprehensive and has been peer-reviewed.

The compilers at NAL's Animal Welfare Information Center,
NLM and PIC would like to acknowledge and thank the following expert panel who donated their time to review this document: Dr. Kathryn Bayne, National Institutes of Health (NIH); Peggy O'Neill, NIH; and Dr. Viktor Reinhardt, Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center. We would also like to express our gratitude to OLAW for printing this document and Facts on File, Inc. for the use of line drawings by Priscilla Barrett.---

-National Agricultural Library, USDA; National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health; Office for Protection from Research Risks, National Institutes of Health. Information Resources for Environmental Enrichment of Primates: 1987-1990 Beltsville, MD; National Agricultural Library, 1991, 35 pp.

--Macdonald, D. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Mammals Facts on File, Inc., New York, NY; 1984, 895 pp. (ISBN 0-87196-871-1)

Information Resources for
Environmental Enrichment of Primates 1987-1992

Contents

Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1

How to Use This Document . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2

General. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Regulatory. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Facility Design/Development. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6

Plans/Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9

Enrichment Techniques/Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Training. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

Well-Being Assessment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

Behavior. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Breeding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

Miscellaneous . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

Great Apes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

Family: Pongidae. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

Chimpanzees. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

Gorillas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

Orangutans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

Lesser Apes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

Family: Hylobatidae . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

Gibbons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48

Old World Monkeys. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Family: Cercopithecidae . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Baboons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

Macaques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50

Other Old World Monkeys. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66

New World Monkeys. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67

Marmosets and Tamarins. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67

Family: Callitrichidae . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67

Cebid Monkeys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71

Family: Cebidae. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71

Prosimians . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74

Lemurs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74

Family: Lemuridae. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74

Other Prosimians. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75

Bibliographies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76

Monographs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77

Author Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79

Primate Information Sources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86

Journals Containing Primate Information. . . . . . . . . . . . 98

INTRODUCTION

In 1985, Congress passed amendments to the Animal Welfare
Act that directed the Animal Plant and Health Inpection Service (APHIS) to promulgate regulations that provide for the psychological well-being of nonhuman primates. In February 1991, the USDA/APHIS issued a final ruling which states:

Dealers, exhibitors, and research facilities must develop,
document and follow an appropriate plan for environment enhancement adequate to promote the psychological well-being of nonhuman primates. The plan must be in accordance with the currently accepted professional standards as cited in appropriate professional journals or reference guides, and as directed by the attending veterinarian.-Applied ethologists and stress physiologists recognize that a variety of indicators are necessary to assess an animal's psychological well-being. Indicators such as glucocorticoid levels, responses to preference tests and motivational challenges, immunosuppression, genetic expression, social behavior, and self-directed behaviors such as stereotypies and self-mutilation have opened a window into understanding the needs of the animals in their own language. Observations by field ethologists and laboratory biologists have paved the way for a better understanding of the ultimate and proximate causation of behaviors seen in captivity. While some order-specific generalizations can be made, available research indicates that psychological well-being is also species specific and varies between individuals based upon experience and genetics. To meet the mandate that psychological needs be addressed, there has been a proliferation of facility designs, enrichment devices, and programs for captive nonhuman primates. The literature cited in the bibliography section reflects such research and suggests that well-being encompasses more than a clean environment, good physical health, and successful reproduction. -U.S. Department of Agriculture. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. 9CFR Part 3: Animal Welfare Standards; Final Rule. Federal Register 56(32):5499(1991).

HOW TO USE THIS DOCUMENT

BIBLIOGRAPHIC SECTIONS

General and Taxonomic Sections

Citations are categorized according to the subject of the
article. Articles that address specific species are categorized taxonomically and may be cross-referenced in one of the general sections. Although an effort has been made to ensure that articles are unique to each section, there is considerable overlap due to the scope of the individual articles. The user is advised to consult several sections including species-specific sections when searching for a particular topic due to overlap. For example, articles about enrichment devices and programs developed for chimpanzees are found in the species specific Chimpanzee section as well as the Facility Design/Development, Plans/Programs, Enrichment Techniques and Devices sections when the article may cover a range of species. Conversely, articles about enrichment strategies are not limited to the Plans/Programs section.
Species specific strategies are included in species sections.

Call numbers are included for publications contained in the
collection of the National Agricultural Library. Audiovisuals are indicated by () in the margin to the left of the citation. Suppliers of enrichment devices are mentioned in articles that refer to their development or use.

Bibliographies and Monographs Sections

Much of the pre-1987 literature is included in the
Bibliographies section although each was compiled after 1986. Pre-1987 literature is also frequently cited in more recent articles and provide a valuable resource too vast to be considered in this document.
The Monographs section features books that include
environmental enrichment for nonhuman primates in general.

RESOURCE SECTIONS

Serial and Primate Information Resources Sections

The Serial section contains 67 regularly published serials
that regularly contain articles on enrichment from diverse perspectives within the scientific community. This list is international in scope.
Resources in the Resource Section are derived from
organization directories, telephone interviews, and expert recommendations. Organizations are listed alphabetically and separated in North American and European subsections. Type of organization, contact, services and resources provided, fees, and priority requestor type are included.

GENERAL

Regulatory

001 Anonymous. AAZPA files comments on proposed animal welfare standards regarding nonhuman primates. AAZPA (American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums) Newsletter 30(9):12(1989).

002 Anonymous. Regulations proposed on Animal Welfare Act. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 28(2):15-16(1989).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

003 Bennett, B.T. Translating research into workable
regulations. In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychology Association, 1991, pp. 191-196.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

004 Demarest, J. Animal research: The impact of Federal
regulations on science and education in small colleges. In: Animal Care and Use in Behavioral Research: Regulations, Issues, and Applications 1989, pp. 30-37.
NAL call number: AHV4762 A3A64

005 Friedman, R. Proposed USDA regulations feed dispute over
care of primates in the laboratory. Scientist 3(15):5, 10(1989). NAL call number: Q1 S37

006 Glosser, J.W. Responsibility of the regulator to the regulated community.
Journal of Medical Primatology 19:1-8(1990).
NAL call number: QL737 P9J66

007 Hunt, R.D. The necessity for interpretation of standards
designed to promote psychological well-being of nonhuman primates. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, pp. 26-27.

008 Hunt, R.D. The necessity for interpretation of standards designed to promote the psychological well-being of nonhuman primates. In: Through The Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychology Association, 1991, pp. 20-25.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

009 Johnston, J. USDA issues final dog, cat, primate care
regulations. Journal of NIH Research 3(4):43-44(1991).

010 Leonard, E.A. The psychological well-being of captive primates: Protecting the public interest. In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychological Association, 1991, pp. 202-206.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

011 Miller, J. The NIH perspective. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, p. 26.

012 Miller, J. The Public Health Service's perspective of the proposed regulations. In: Well-being of Nonhuman Primates in Research Mench, J.A.; Krulisch, L. (eds.), Bethesda, MD; Scientists Center for Animal Welfare,1990, pp. 8-11.
NAL call number: QL737 P9W44

013 Samuels, W.M. Animal welfare regulations for exercising dogs, psychological well-being of primates assailed (news). Physiologist 34(2):42-43(1991).

014 Schwindaman, D.F. The proposed USDA/APHIS regulations. In: Well-being of Nonhuman Primates in Research Mench, J.A.; Krulisch, L. (eds.), Bethesda,MD; Scientists Center for Animal Welfare, 1990, pp. 5-7.
NAL call number: QL737 P9W44

015 Smith, W. Registered research facilities in New England
utilizing or housing primates and field inspection procedures utilized by veterinary services employees. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, pp. 24-25.

016 U.S. Department of Agriculture. Animal & Plant Health Inspection Service. 9 CFR Parts 1,2 and 3: Animal Welfare; Proposed Rules. Federal Register 54(49):10822-10954(1989). NAL call number: JK6.F4

017 U.S. Department of Agriculture. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. 9 CFR Part 3: Animal Welfare; Standards; Proposed Rule. Federal Register 55(158, pt IV):33447-33531(1990). NAL call number: JK6.F4

018 U.S. Department of Agriculture. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. 9 CFR Part 3: Animal Welfare Standards; Final Rule. Federal Register 56(32):6426-6505(1991).
NAL call number: JK6.F4

019 Vehrs, K. AAZPA submits comments on the APHIS proposal on
nonhuman primates. AAZPA Communique November 16, 1990. NAL call number: IPS26872

020 Welshman, M.D. Animal behavior. (letter) Veterinary Record 128(17):412(1991).
NAL call number: 41.8 V641

021 Wolfle, T.L. Nonhuman primate well-being: An issue of
science or politics? In: Well-being of Nonhuman Primates in Research Mench, J.A.; Krulisch, L. (eds.), Bethesda, MD; Scientists Center for Animal Welfare, 1990, pp. 64-67. NAL call number: QL737 P9W44

022 Wolfle, T.L. Psychological well-being: The billion-dollar solution. In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychological Association, 1991, pp. 119-128.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

Facility Design/Development

023 Alongi, C.; Condon-Roybal, L.; Williams, E.; Crowley, T.J. A low cost housing alternative for primates. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, p. 34.

024 Anderson, J.R.; Visalberghi, E. [Cognitive capacities of nonhuman primates: Implications for captive housing]. STAL (Sciences et Techniques de l'Animal de Laboratoire)
16:163-171(1991). (French w/ English summary) 025 Animal Welfare Institute. A physical environment adequate to promote the psychological well-being of non-human primates. Animal Welfare Institute Quarterly 38(2):10-11(1989).
NAL call number: HV4761.A5

026 Bayne, K. Alternatives to continuous social housing.
Laboratory Animal Science 41(4):355-359(1991).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

027 Bayne, K.A.L.; McCully, C. The effect of cage size on the
behavior of individually housed rhesus monkeys. Lab Animal 18(9):25-28(1989).
NAL call number: QL55 A1L33

028 Bielitzki, J.; Susor, T.G.; Elias, K.; Bowden, D.M.
Improved cage design for single housing of social nonhuman primates. Laboratory Animal Science 40(4):428-431(1990). NAL call number: 410.9P94

029 Brinkman, C. Single caging of social primates: Problems (and some solutions). Australian Primatology 2(1):17(1987).

030 Bruner, G. From bars to boughs: Design and construction of Zoo Atlanta's great ape exhibits. AAZPA [American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums] Regional Conference Proceedings (1989):550-556(1989).

031 Coe, J.C. Naturalizing habitats for captive primates. Zoo Biology (Suppl.1):117-125(1989).
NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

032 Demoor, G.; Fornoville, L. [Construction of a habitat for a group of primates].Zoo D'anvers 54(4):19-21(1989). (French) NAL call number: QL1.Z62

033 Erkert, H.G. Lighting requirements of nocturnal primates in captivity: a chronobiological approach. Zoo Biology 8(2):179- 191(1989).
NAL call number: Ql77.5.Z6

034 Fritz, J.; Nankivell, B. Variation in facility designs and management techniques: An opportunity. Newsletter (Primate Foundation of Arizona)
3(1):3-5(1991).

035 Gomez, J.C.; Gil, J.R. A proposal for the development of a captive environment for anthropoid apes. (Abstract) International Journal of Primatology 8(5):510(1987).
NAL call number: QL737.P9154

036 Goodall, J. The living environment of non-human primates in captivity. In: Biomedical Research in Primates. Proceedings of the TNO Symposium. Jonker, M. (ed.), TNO Primate Center, Rijswijk, The Netherlands, 1988, pp. 83-96.

037 Goosen, C. Developing housing facilities for rhesus monkeys: Prevention of abnormal behavior. In: New Developments in Biosciences: Their Implication for Laboratory Animal Science Beynen, A.C; Solleveld, H.A. (eds.), 1988, pp. 67-70.
NAL call number: QL55 F43 1987

038 Griede, T.; Magen, W. Using a semi-natural environment and other low cost solutions to improve captive primate welfare. (Abstract) In: XIIth Congress of the International Primatological Society (Abstracts Supplement) Brasilia, International Primatological Society Research Conservation, 1988, p. 32.

039 Guthrie, C.A. The role of an environmental and behavioral enrichment group at the Metro Toronto Zoo. Proceedings of the National AAZK [American Association Zoo Keepers] Conference 16:15-18(1990).

040 Klein, H.J.; Pouch, W.J.; Stelert, A.A.; Ganser, R.J.; Deitrick, R.; Banker, F.S. Design and evaluation of
biocontainment isolation chamber for small nonhuman primates. Laboratory Animal Science 40(5):559(1990).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

041 Markowitz, H. Cage size and enrichment apparatus as factors in well-being in laboratory primates. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, pp. 18-19.

042 Markowitz, H.; Line, S. The need for responsive
environments. In: The Experimental Animal in Biomedical Research. Volume One: a Survey of Scientific and Ethical Issues for Investigators Rollin, B.E.; Kesel, M.L. (eds.),
Boca Raton, FL; CRC Press, 1990, pp. 153-170.
NAL call number: R853A53E86 1990

043 Ogden, J.; Horton, C.; Perkins, L. New facilities open at
Zoo Atlanta. Gorilla Gazette 3(1):12-14(1989).

044 O'Neill, P.L.; Price, C.S.; Suomi, S.J. Designing captive primate environments sensitive to age and gender related activity profile for rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). AAZPA 1990 Regional Proceedings Washington, DC; 1990, pp. 546-554.

045 Pereira, M.E. Primate preference for outdoors. Humane Innovations and Alternatives 5:313-315(1991).
NAL call number: QL55.H8

046 Pereira, M.E.; Macedonia, J.M.; Haring, D.M.; Simons, E.L. Maintenance of primates in captivity for research: The need for naturalistic environments. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989, pp. 40-60.
NAL call number: QL737 P9H78

047 Poole, T.B. Criteria for the provision of captive environments. In: Primate Responses to Environmental Change Box, H.O. (ed.), London, Chapman and Hall, 1991, pp. 357-374. NAL call number: QL737P9P74 1990

048 Rupniak, N.M.J.; Iverson, S.D. Psychological welfare behavior and housing conditions for laboratory primates: A discussion. In: Laboratory Animal Welfare Research - Primates Hertfordshire, England; Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, 1989, pp. 31-38.
NAL call number: QL737P9L3

049 Salzen, E.A.; Marriott, B.M. Technical note: A primatrail
or an inexpensive cage expansion for group housing small primates. Journal of Medical Primatology 20(2):94-96(1991). NAL call number: QL737 P9J66

050 Snowdon, C.T. Naturalistic environments and psychological well-being. In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychological Association, 1991, pp. 103-115.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

051 Williams, L.E.; Abee, C.R.; Barnes, S.R.; Ricker, R.B. Cage design and configuration for an arboreal species of primate. Laboratory Animal Science 38(3):289-291(1988).
NAL call number: 410.9 P94

Plans/Programs

052 Anderson, J.R.; Visalberghi, E. Towards better conditions for captive nonhuman primates: Routines, requirements, and research. In: Biomedical Experimentation and Laboratory Animals: Hot Behavioral Issues Alleva, E.; Laviola, G. (eds.), Rome, Italy; 1990, pp. 1-11.

053 Bayne, K. The National Institutes of Health's approach to improved psychological well being of nonhuman primates. (Abstract) In: XIIth Congress of the International Primatological Society (Abstracts Supplement) Brasilia, International Primatological Society Research Conservation, 1988, p. 7.

054 Bayne, K.A.L.; Dexter, S.L.; Etzler, D. Monitoring an enrichment program: A pilot evaluation. Lab Animal 19(7):33, 37-38, 40, 42(1990).
NAL call number: QL55.A1L33

055 Bloomsmith, M.A.; Brent, L.Y.; Schapiro, S.J. Guidelines
for developing and managing an environmental enrichment program for nonhuman primates. Laboratory Animal Science
41(4):372-377(1991).
NAL call number: 410.9 P94

056 Clark, B. Environmental enrichment: An overview of theory
and application for captive non-human primates. Animal Keeper's Forum 17(8):272-282(1990).

057 Erwin, J. Teamwork in basic and applied primatology: The Sulawesi Primate Project and the SEMA Environmental Enrichment Program. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology
20(3):189-190(1990).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

058 Izard, M.K. Efforts to promote psychological well-being in prosimian primates at the Duke University Primate Research Center. In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychological Association, 1991, pp. 137-148.

059 Keeling, M.E. Decision analysis for developing programs of psychological well-being. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, pp. 16.

060 Keeling, M.E.; Alford, P.L.; Bloomsmith, M.A. Decision analysis for developing programs of psychological well-being: A bias-for-action approach. In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychological Association, 1991, pp. 57-65.
NAL call number: SF407P7T49 1991

061 King, F.A. A primate research center perspective.
Laboratory Animal Science 37:134-136(1987).
NAL call number: 410.9 P94

062 Line, S.W. An environmental enhancement plan for a large
primate colony. (Abstract) AALAS Bulletin 30(4):17(1991).

063 Office of Animal Care and Use, National Institutes of Health. National Institutes of Health Nonhuman Primate Management Plan. Bethesda, MD; National Institutes of Health, 1991, 54 pp. NAL call number: HV4758 N3 1991

064 O'Neill, P. A room with a view for captive primates: Issues, goals, related research and strategies. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989, pp. 135-160.
NAL call number: QL737 P9H78

065 Reinhardt, V. An environmental enrichment program for caged rhesus monkeys at the Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center. In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychological Association, 1991, pp. 149-159.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

066 Reinhardt, V. Environmental enrichment program for caged
stump-tailed macaques (Macaca arctoides). Laboratory Primate Newsletter 29(2):10-11(1990).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

067 Reinhardt, V. Implementing an environmental enhancement
plan for previously singly-caged Macaca mulatta at a research facility. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 30(3):4-4(1991). NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

068 Reinhardt, V.; Eisele, S.; Houser, D. Environmental enrichment program for caged macaques as the Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center: A review. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 27(2):5-6(1988).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

069 The psychological well-being of primates: Center plans
implement a mandate of Congress. Primate News 25(Fall):3-5(1991). NAL call number: QL737.P9P57

070 Weller, R.E.; Wierman, E.L.; Malaga, C.A.; Baer, J.F.; LeMieux, T.P. Battelle primate facility (Abstract) Journal of Medical Primatology 20(3):133-137(1991).
NAL call number: QL737.P9J66

071 Wolff, A.V.; Ruppert, G. A practical assessment of a
non-human primate exercise program. Lab Animal 20(2):36-39(1991). NAL call number: QL55.A1L33

072 Zerath, E.; Mestries, J.C.; Gau, C.; Nogues, C.; Milhaud, C. Five months of daily standardized exercise for sedentary monkeys. Journal of Medical Primatology 19(6):583-594(1990). NAL call number: QL737.P9J66

Enrichment Techniques/Devices

073 Anonymous. Nonhuman primates forage for psychological well-being. Lab Animal 18(7):10(1989).
NAL call number: QL55.A1L33

074 Anonymous. Ecology and behavior of food-enhanced primate
groups. In: Monographs in Primatology Fa, J.E.; Southwick, C.H. (eds.), New York, A.R. Liss, 1988, v. 11, 355 pp.
NAL call number: QL737.P9E26

075 Bayne, K. Grooming and/or foraging apparatus for reduction of stress in caged animals. Report No. PAT-APPL-7-398 564. Department of Health & Human Services, Washington, DC; 1989, 15 pp. (Patent application)(Ordering Information: NTIS #PB90114273. National Technical Information Service, U.S. Department of Commerce, Springfield, VA 22161)

076 Bayne, K. Providing environmental enrichment to captive primates. Compendium of Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian 13(11):1689-1692 & 1694-1695(1991).
NAL call number: SF601.C66

077 Bayne, K.A.L. Environmental enrichment alternatives for
laboratory non-human primates. In: Animal Care and Use in Behavioral Research: Regulations, Issues and Applications Driscoll, J.W. (ed.), Springfield, VA; National Technical Information Service, 1989.
NAL call number: AHV4762. A3A64

078 Bayne, K.A.L. Nylon ball re-visited. Laboratory Primate
Newsletter 28(2):5-6(1989).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

079 Bayne, K.; Dexter, S.; Mainzer, H.; McCully, C.; Campbell, G.; Yamada, F. The use of artificial turf as a foraging substrate for individually housed rhesus monkeys (Macaca Mulatta). Animal Welfare 1:39-53(1992).
NAL call number: HV4704 A5

080 Bayne, K.; Mainze, H.; Dexter, S.; Campbell, G.; Yamada,
F.; Suomi, S. The reduction of abnormal behaviors in individually housed rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) with a foraging/grooming board. American Journal ofPrimatology 23:23-35(1991).
NAL call number: QL737 P9A5

081 Bayne, K.; Suomi, S.; Brown, B. A new monkey swing. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 28(4):16-17(1989).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

082 Beaver, B.V. Environmental enrichment for laboratory
animals. ILAR (Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources) News 31(2):5-13(1989).
NAL call number: QL55.A1I43

083 Beckley, S.; Novak, M. Examination of various foraging
components and their suitability as enrichment tools for captively housed primates. American Journal of Primatology (Suppl.1):37-43(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

084 Beckley, S.; Novak, M. An examination of various foraging
components and their suitability as enrichment tools for captively housed primates. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 14(4):409(1988).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

085 Beckley, S.A. An examination of various foraging components and their suitability as enrichment tools for captively housed primates. Dissertation Abstracts International
B51(11):5197(1991). (Ordering Information: Order
#AAD9110103. University Microfilms, Inc., Ann Arbor, MI 48106)

086 Bercovitch, F.B.; Tena-Betancourt, E.; Kessler, M.J.; LeBron, M.R. A multifunctional environmental enrichment device for primate enclosures.Laboratory Primate Newsletter 29(1):16- 17(1990).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

087 Bernstein, I.S. Social housing of monkeys and apes: Group
formations.Laboratory Animal Science 41(4):329:333(1991). NAL call number: 410.9P94

088 Blackmore, W.M. Solution to psychological enhancement of the environment for the nonhuman primate. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989, pp. 235-243.
NAL call number: QL737.P9H78

089 Bloom, K.R.; Cook, M. Environmental enrichment: Behavioral responses of rhesus to puzzle feeders. Lab Animal 18(5):25- 31(1989).
NAL call number: QL55 A1L33

090 Bloomsmith, M.A.; Finlay, T.W.; Merhalski, J.J.; Maple,
T.L. Rigid plastic balls as enrichment devices for captive chimpanzees. Laboratory Animal Science 40(3):319-322(1990). NAL call number: 410.9 P94

091 Bloomsmith, M.A.; Alford, P.L.; Maple, T.L. Successful feeding enrichment for captive chimpanzees. American Journal of Primatology (Suppl.1):9-15(1989).
NAL call number: QL737 P9A5

092  Bloomsmith, M.A.; Keeling, M.E.; Lambeth, S.P.
Videotapes; Environmental enrichment for singly housed chimpanzees. Lab Animal 19(1):42-46(1990).
NAL call number: QL55 A1L33

093 Bodamer, M.D. The use of raisin tubes as an enrichment
device. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology
20(3):175(1990).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

094 Box, H.O. Responsiveness to environmental change
interrelationships among parameters. In: Primate Responses to Environmental Change Box, H.O. (ed.), New York, NY; Routledge, Chapman and Hall, 1991. pp. 57-74.

095 Bramblett, C.A. Enrichment options for guenons in the laboratory. American Journal of Primatology (Suppl.1):59- 63(1989).
NAL call number: QL737 P9A5

096 Brent, L.; Daly, A.; Martin, N. Enrichment ideas from the
Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research. Newsletter (Primate Foundation of Arizona) 2(4):2-3(1991).

097 Brent, L.; Lee, D.R.; Eichberg, J.W. Evaluation of two environmental enrichment devices for single caged chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). American Journal of Primatology (Suppl.1):65- 70(1989).
NAL call number: QL737 P9A5

098 Brokenshire, B. Increasing food foraging activities in
caged Macaca fascicularis. Australian Primatology 5(2):19- 20(1990). 099 Catlow, G.; Ryan, P. Enriching the lives of Edinburgh Zoo's primates. Zoological Society of Scotland Annual Report No. 78, 1990 1991, pp. 57-60.

100 Chamove, A.S. Basic factors in enrichment. (Abstract) Primate Eye (35):7(1988).

101 Chamove, A.S. Environmental enrichment: A review. Animal Technology 40(3):155-178(1989).
NAL call number: QL55.I5

102 Chamove, A.S.; Anderson, J.R. Examining environmental
enrichment. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989, pp. 183-202.
NAL call number: QL737.P9H78

103 Chamove, A.S.; Moodie, E.M. Objective criteria for
enrichment. In: Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takanaka, O.; Iwamoto, M. (eds.), Amsterdam, Elsevier Science Publishing, 1991, pp. 663-664.

104 Champoux, M.; Hempel, M.; Reinhardt, V. Environmental enrichment with sticks for single-caged adult rhesus monkeys. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 26(4):5-7(1987).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

105 Champoux, M.; Metz, B.; Suomi, S.J. Rehousing
nonreproductive rhesus macaques with weanlings: I. Behavior of adults toward weanlings. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 28(4):1- 6(1989).
NAL call number: SF407 P7l3

106 Clark, B. Environmental enrichment: An overview of theory
and application for captive non-human primates. Animal Keeper's Forum 17(8):272-283(1991).
NAL call number: QL76 A598

107 Coelho, A.M.; Carey, K.D. A social tethering system for
nonhuman primates used in laboratory research. Laboratory Animal Science 40(4):388-394(1990).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

108 Contel, N.R. Perches for primate squeeze cages. (letter)
Laboratory Animal Science 39(6):537(1989).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

109 Crockett, C. Psychological well-being and enrichment
workshop held at Primate Center's Director's meeting. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 29(3):3-6(1990).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

110 Crockett, C.; Bielitzki, J.; Carey, A.; Velez, A. Kong toys as enrichment devices for singly-caged macaques. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 28(2):21-22(1989).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

111 Dow, S.M. Environmental enrichment for captive primates and foxes. Applied Animal Behavior Science 18(3/4):383(1987). NAL call number: QL750.A6

112 Fajzi, K. A review of environmental enrichment strategies for singly caged nonhuman primates. Lab Animal 18(2):23-29, 31, 33, 35(1989).
NAL call number: QL55.A1L33

113 Field, K.J.; Denny, J.; Kubicz, G. Nonhuman primate
socialization and environmental enrichment using a transfer tunnel. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 36(2):5-7(1992). NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

114 Gilbert, S.G.; Wrenshall, E. Environmental enrichment for monkeys used in behavioral toxicology studies. In: Housing, Care, and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989, pp. 244-254.
NAL call number: QL737.P9H78

115 Grief, L.; Fritz, J.; Maki, S. Alternative forage types for captive chimpanzees. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 36(2):11- 13((1992).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

116 Hamilton, P. Enrichment toys and tools in recent trials.
Humane Innovations and Alternatives in Animal Experimentation: A Notebook 5:272-277(1991).
NAL call number: QL55 H8

117 Hamilton, P. Reducing the suffering of primates in
captivity: Testing toys for primates. Humane Innovations and Alternatives in Animal Experimentation: A Notebook
3:114-116(1989).
NAL call number: QL55 H8

118 Heath, S.J. Behavioral enrichment for primates: What are
the options? Scientists Center for Animal Welfare Newsletter 9(1):11-12(1987).
NAL call number: QL55.N48

119 Heath, S.; Shimoji, M.; Tumanguil, J.; Crockett, C. Peanut puzzle solvers quickly demonstrate aptitude. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 31(1):12-13(1992).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

120 Kopecky, J.; Reinhardt, V. Comparing the effectiveness of
PVC swings versus PVC perches as environmental enrichment objects for caged female rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). Laboratory Primate Newsletter 30(2):5-6(1991).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

121 Lam, K.; Rupniak, N.M.J.; Iversen, S.D. Use of a grooming
and foraging substrate to reduce cage stereotypies in macaques. Journal of Medical Primatology 20:104-109(1991).
NAL call number: QL737 P9A5

122 Line, S.W.; Clarke, A.S.; Markowitz, H.; Ellman, G.
Responses of female rhesus macaques to an environmental enrichment apparatus. Laboratory Animals 24:213-220(1990). NAL call number: QL55 A1L3

123 Line, S.W.; Morgan, K.N. The effects of two novel objects on the behavior of singly caged adult rhesus macaques. Laboratory Animal Science 41:365-369(1991).
NAL call number: 410.9 P94

124 Line, S.W.; Morgan, K.N.; Markowitz, H. Simple toys do not alter the behavior of aged rhesus monkeys. Zoo Biology 10:473- 484(1991).
NAL call number: QL77.5 Z6

125 Markowitz, H. Cage size and enrichment apparatus as factors in well-being in laboratory primates. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, pp. 18-19.

126 Migler, B. Pole housing for monkeys. U.S. patent no. 4685424 Office Gazette U.S. Patent Trademark Office Patent 1081(2):665(1987).
NAL call number: T223 A21

127 Moazed, T.C.; Wolff, A.V. The raisin board as an
environmental enrichment tool for laboratory primates. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 27(1):16(1988).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

128 Morton, W.R.; Knitter, G.H.; Smith, P.M.; Susor, T.G.;
Schmitt, K. Alternative to chronic restraint of nonhuman primates. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 191(10):1282-1286(1987).
NAL call number: 41.8Am3

129 Mosely, J.R.; Davis, J.A. Psychological enrichment
techniques and new world monkey restraint device reduce colony management time. Lab Animal 18(7):31-33(1989).
NAL call number: QL55.A1L33

130 Murchison, M.A. PVC-pipe food puzzle for singly caged
primates. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 30(3):12-14(1991). NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

131 Murchison, M.A. Task-oriented feeding device for singly caged primates. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 31(1):9-11(1992). NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

132 Novak, M.A.; Drewsen, K.H. Enriching the lives of captive primates: Issues and problems. In: Housing, Care and
Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989, 161-182 pp.
NAL call number: QL737.P9H78

133 O'Neill, P. Dear Peggy... [On socialization enrichment of a macaque.] Humane Innovations and Alternatives in Animal Experimentation: A Notebook 3:57(1989).
NAL call number: QL55 H8

134 O'Neill, P. Enriching the lives of primates in captivity. Humane Innovations a Alternatives in Animal Experimentation: A Notebook 1:1-5(1987).
NAL call number: QL55 H8

135 O'Neill, P. Enrichment techniques for confined primates.
Director Times (Promotional issue):2-4(1989). Double L, 103 E Centre Street, PO Box 128, Garnavillo, IA 52049.

136 O'Neill, P. Enrichment techniques for confined primates. Scientists Center for Animal Welfare Newsletter 9(4):5, 7-8(1987).
NAL call number: QL55.N48

137 O'Neill, P.L.; Novicky, P.; George, E. Preliminary
evaluation of Prima-Hedron play structures for non-human primates. Lab Animal 19(5):40-41(1990).
NAL call number: QL55.A1L33

138 Reinhardt, V. Behavioral responses of unrelated adult male rhesus monkeys familiarized and paired for the purpose of environmental enrichment. American Journal of Primatology 17:243-248(1989).
NAL call number: QL737 P9A5

139 Reinhardt, V. Evaluating the effectiveness of the
environmental enrichment. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 29(1):15(1990).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

140 Reinhardt, V. Environmental enrichment branches that do not clog drains. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 36(2):8(1992). NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

141 Reinhardt, V. Foraging for commercial cow. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 36(2):10(1992).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

142 Reinhardt, V. Group formation of previously single-caged
adult rhesus macaques for the purpose of environmental enrichment. Journal of Experimental Animal Science
34:110-115(1991).
NAL call number: Ql1 J687

143 Reinhardt, V. Improved installation method for branches as cage enrichment. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 26(3):1(1987). NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

144 Reinhardt, V. Social enrichment for aged rhesus monkeys that have lived singly for many years. Animal Technology 42:173-177(1991).
NAL call number: Ql55 I5

145 Reinhardt, V. Social enrichment for laboratory primates: A critical review. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 29(3):7-11(1990). NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

146 Reinhardt, V.; Houser, W.D.; Eisele, S.G.; Champoux, M. Social enrichment of the environment with infants for singly caged adult rhesus monkeys. Zoo Biology 6:365-371(1987). NAL call number: QL77.5 Z6

147 Reinhardt, V.; Pape, R. An alternative method for primate perch installation. Lab Animal 20(8):47-48(1991).
NAL call number: QL55.A1L33

148 Reinhardt, V.; Reinhardt, A. Quantitatively tested
environmental enrichment options for singly caged nonhuman primates: A review. In: Humane Innovations and Alternatives in Animal Experimentation: A Notebook Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center, Vol. 6, 1992, 30 pp.
NAL call number: QL55 H8

149 Reinhardt, V.; Smith, M. PVC pipes effectively enrich the
environment of caged rhesus monkeys. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 27(3):4-5(1988).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

150 Roberts, B. On exhibit foraging at the Little Rock Zoo.
Gorilla Gazette 4(2):2-3(1990).

151 Roberts, J.A. Environmental enrichment, providing psychological well-being for people and primates. American Journal of Primatology Supplement 1:25-30(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

152 Ross, P.W.; Everitt, J.I. A nylon ball device for primate
environmental enrichment. Laboratory Animal Science
38(4):481-481(1988).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

153 Schapiro, S.J.; Bloomsmith, M.A.; Kessel, A.L.; Bushong,
D.; Keeling, M.E. Effects of environmental enrichment on the social behavior of pair-housed juvenile specific pathogen free (SPF) rhesus monkeys. American Journal of Primatology
24:133-134(1991).
NAL call number: QL737 P9A5

154 Schapiro, S.J.; Brent, L.; Bloomsmith, M.A.; Satterfield,
W.C. Enrichment devices for nonhuman primates. Lab Animal 20(6):22-28(1991).
NAL call number: QL55.A1L3

155 Schmidt, E.M.; Dold, G.M.; McIntosh, J.S. A perch for
primate squeeze cages. Laboratory Animal Science
39(2):166-167(1989).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

156 Shaw, H.L. Primate enrichment--(Dear Heidi). Humane
Innovations and Alternatives in Animal Experimentation: A Notebook 5:241-242(1991).
NAL call number: QL55.H8

157 Shepherdson, D. Review of environmental enrichment in zoos. Ratel 16(2):35-40(1989).
NAL call number: QL77.5 R37

158 Spector, M.R.; Bennett, B.T. The use of naturally occurring manipulanda can reduce the frequency of cage stereotypy in solitary-housed primates. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference
Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, pp. 44-45.

159 Struthers, E.J.; Rodriguez, P.; Cooper, P.; Rowell, J.
Xenospecific enrichment at the Primate Research Institute. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 29(2):14-15(1990).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

160  Universities Federation for Animal Welfare (UFAW).
Environmental Enrichment Advancing Animal Care Countryside Communications, South Mimms, Herts, England; 1991, videotape.

161 Watson, D.S.B. A built-in perch for primate squeeze cages. Laboratory Animal Science 41(4):378-379(1991).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

162 Watson, D.S.B.; Houston, B.J.; Macallum, G.E. The use of
toys for primate environmental enrichment. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 28(2):20(1989).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

163 Watson, L.M. Environmental enrichment devices and
procedures for captive nonhuman primates. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 18(2):168(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

Training

164 Anonymous. Training as an aid to welfare (UFAW). Veterinary Record 125(20):492-493(1989).
NAL call number: 41.8V641

165 Anonymous. Training as an aid to welfare (UFAW). (Letter)
Veterinary Record 124(23):585(1989).
NAL call number: 41.8V641

166 Priest, G.M. The use of operant conditioning in training
husbandry behaviors with captive exotic animals. Proceedings of the National AAZK [American Association of Zoo Keepers] Conference 16:94-108(1990).

167 Shellabarger, W. Animal training techniques at the Toledo Zoo in different species to aid in introductions, movement, and for behavioral enrichment. AAZV [American Association of Zoo Veterinarians] Annual Proceedings, 1990 pp. 309-311(1990).

168 Singh, S. Investigation of Effects of 60-HZ Electric and Magnetic Fields on Operant and Social Behavior and on the Neuroendocrine System of Nonhuman Primates: Quarterly Report DOE/RA/50219-T15. Laboratory Animal Science Orr, J.L. (ed.), San Antonio, Southwest Research Institute, 1990, pp. 55-58. (Ordering Information: NTIS #DE90-011559. National Technical Information Service, U.S. Department of Commerce, Springfield, VA 22161)

Well-being Assessment

169 Anderson, J.R.; Visalberghi, E. Primate psychological well-being: A comparative approach to environmental enrichment for captive primates. In: Society for Veterinary Ethology Summer Meeting 1990 Proceedings Montecatini Terme, Pistoia, Italy; 1990, pp. 59-61.

170 Bayne, K. Resolving issues of psychological well-being and management of laboratory non-human primates. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989. NAL Call Number: QL737.P9H78

171 Bennett, C.L.; Davis, R.T. Long term animal studies. (Abstract) In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989, pp. 213-234.

172 Besch, E.L. Environmental variables and animal needs. In: The Experimental Animal in Biomedical Research, Volume I. A Survey of Scientific and Ethical Issues for Investigators Rollin, B.E. (ed.), Boca Raton, FL; CRC Press, Inc., 1990, pp. 113-132. NAL call number: R853 A53E86 1990

173 Bramblett, C. Mental well-being in anthropoids. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989, pp. 1-11.
NAL call number: QL737.P9H78

174 Chamove, A.S. Assessing the welfare of captive primates - a critique. In: Laboratory Animal Welfare Research - Primates Hertfordshire, England; Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, 1989, pp. 39-49.
NAL call number: QL737 P9L3

175 Chamove, A.S.; Moody, E. Objective criteria for enrichment. (Abstract) In: Primatology Today: Proceedings of the XIIITH Congress of the International Primatological Society Abstracts. Nagoya, International Primatological Society, 1990, pp. 59.

176 Chamove, A.S.; Moodie, E.M. Are alarming events good for captive monkeys? Applied Animal Behavior Science
27(1/2):169-176(1990).
NAL call number: QL750.A6

177 Chapple, W.P.; Marshland, H.D.; Izard, M.K.; Laverne, S.E. Psychological well-being of nocturnal primates in captivity. (Abstract) In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989, pp. 61-74.

178 Chivers, D.J. Species differences in tolerance to environmental change. In: Primate Responses to Environmental Change Box, H.O. (ed.), New York, NY; Routledge, Chapman and Hall, 1991, pp. 5-38.

179 Clark, A.B. Individual variation in responsiveness to environmental change. In: Primate Responses to Environmental Change Box, H.O. (ed.), New York, NY; Routledge, Chapman and Hall, 1991, pp. 91-110.

180 Coe, C.L.; Scheffler, J. Utility of immune measures for evaluation of psychological well-being in non-human primates. Zoo Biology (Suppl.1):89-99(1989).
NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

181 Coe, C.L.; Lubach, G.; Erschler, W. Are psychological and
physical well-being the same? (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, pp. 13.

182 Dantzer, R. Assessment of psychological well-being in animals: Lessons from farm animal studies. American Journal of Primatology (Suppl.1, 1989):5-7(1990).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

183 De Waal, F.B.M. Social nature of primates. In: Through the Looking Glass Washington, DC; American Psychology Association, 1991, 274 pp.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

184 Dukelow, R.W.; Dukelow, K.B. Reproductive and
endocrinological measures of stress and nonstress in nonhuman primates. American Journal of Primatology (Suppl.1):17-24(1989). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

185 Duktig, J.T.; Meunier, L.D. Using videotape cameras to quantify data in primate environmental enrichment studies. Lab Animal 19(7):30-31(1990).
NAL call number: QL55.A1L33

186 Erwin, J. Applied primate ecology: Evaluation of
environmental quality. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, pp. 21-22.

187 Erwin, J.M. Applied primate ecology: Evaluation of environmental changes intended to promote psychological well-being. In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychological
Association, 1991, pp. 180-188.
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188 Evans, H.L.; Taylor, J.D. Diurnal cycle in homecage
behavior. A potential index of the well-being of laboratory primates. In: Through the Looking Glass Washington, DC; American Psychological Association, 1991, pp. 38-39.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

189 Evans, H.L.; Taylor, J.D.; Ernst, J.; Graefe, J.F. Methods to evaluate the well-being of laboratory primates: Comparisons of macaques and tamarins. Laboratory Animal Science
39:318-323(1989).
NAL call number: 410.9 P94

190 Fa, J.E. Influence of people on the behavior of display
primates. (Abstract) In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989, pp. 270-290.

191 Harris, D.H.R. Environmental enrichment and its effects on the individual. In: Laboratory Animal Welfare Research - Primates Hertfordshire, England; Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, 1989, pp. 15-16.
NAL call number: QL737 P9L3

192 Hayes, A. Remedies for aberrant behavior in zoo animals.
Animal Keeper's Forum 18(10):332-334(1991).

193 Holden, C. Experts ponder simian well-being. Science 241(4874):1753-1755(1988).
NAL call number: 470 Sci2

194 Levine, S. Stress and cognition in laboratory animals. In: The Experimental Animal in Biomedical Research. Volume I. A Survey of Scientific and Ethical Issues for Investigators Rollin, B.E.; Kesel, M.L. (eds.), Boca Raton, FL; CRC Press, 1990, pp. 173-184.

195 Line, S.; Markowitz, H. Environmental enrichment for laboratory primates. Scientists Center for Animal Welfare Newsletter 9(2):3, 5(1987).
NAL call number: QL55.N48

196 Line, S.W. Environmental enrichment for laboratory
primates. Journal of American Veterinary Medical Association 190(7):854-859(1987).
NAL call number: 41.8Am3

197 Line, S.W.; Markowitz, H.; Morgan, K.; Strong, S. Assessing the impact of routine laboratory procedures on the well-being of primates. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, p. 19.

198 Line, S.W.; Markowitz, H.; Morgan, K.; Strong, S. Effects of cage size and environmental enrichment on behavioral and physiological responses of rhesus macaques to the stress of daily events. In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychological Association, 1991, pp. 160-179.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

199 Line, S.W.; Markowitz, H; Morgan, K.; Strong, S. Evaluation of attempts to enrich the environment of single-caged non-human primates. In: Animal Care and Use in Behavioral Research: Regulations, Issues and, Applications Driscoll, J.W. (ed.) Springfield, VA; National Technical Information Service, 1989.
NAL call number: AHV4762.A3A64

200 Maple, T.L. Toward a comparative psychology of well-being. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 20(3):210(1990). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

201 Markowitz, H. Cage size and enrichment apparatus as factors in well-being in laboratory primates. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, pp. 18-19.

202 Markowitz, H.; Line, S. Primate research models and environmental enrichment. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989.
NAL call number: QL737.P9H78

203 Mason, W.A. Effects of social interaction on well-being:
development aspects. (Abstract) Laboratory Animal Science 41(4):323-328(1991).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

204 Mason, W.A. Primatology and primate well-being. American
Journal of Primatology (Suppl.1):1-4(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

205 Mendoza, S.P. Sociophysiology of well-being in nonhuman
primates. Laboratory Animal Science 41(4):344-349(1991). NAL call number: 410.9P94

206 Moberg, G.P. Problems in defining stress and distress in animals. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 191(15):1207-1211(1987).
NAL call number: 41.8 AM3

207 Niemi, S.M. Well-being of nonhuman primates in research:
Summary. Well-being of Non-human Primates in Research Mench, J.A.; Krulisch, L. (eds.), Bethesda, MD; Scientists Center for Animal Welfare, 1990, pp. 85-86.
NAL call number: QL737.P9W44

208 Novak, M. Environmental cues that influence awareness and
well-being in animals. Journal of Dairy Science
72(Suppl.1):102(1989).
NAL call number: 44.8 J822

209 Novak, M.A. Psychological well-being: Applications to
social groups of nonhuman primates. In: Animal Care and Use in Behavioral Research: Regulations, Issues and Applications Driscoll, J.W. (ed.), Springfield, VA; National Technical Information Services, 1989.
NAL call number: AHV4762.A3A64

210 Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. Perspectives on psychological
well-being in captive primates. In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychology Association, 1991, pp. 1-7.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

211 Novak, M.A.; Suomi, S.J. Psychological well-being of
primates in captivity. American Psychologist
43(10):765-773(1988).

212 Poole, T.B. Availability of captive bred primates for the
laboratory: welfare considerations. In: Universities Federation for Animal Welfare Laboratory Animal Welfare Research: Primates South Mimms, England; Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, 1989, pp. 7-14.

213 Poole, T.B. Behavior, housing and welfare of non-human primates. In: New Developments In Biosciences: Their Implications For Laboratory Animal Science Beynee, A.C.; Solleveld, H.A. (eds.), Dordrecht, Nijhoff, 1988.
NAL call number: QL55.F43 1987

214 Poole, T.B.; Takenaka, O. Problems of the captive care and welfare of primates. In: Primatology Today Ehara, A; Kimura, T.; Takanaka, O.; Iwamoto, M. (eds.), Amsterdam, Elsevier Science Publishing Co., 1991, pp. 725-728.

215 Reinhardt, V.; Cowley, D.; Eisele, S. Serum cortisol concentrations of single-housed and isosexually pair-housed adult rhesus macaques. Journal of Experimental Animal Science 34:73-76(1991).
NAL call number: QL1 J687

216 Reinhardt, V.; Cowley, D.; Eisele, S.; Vertein, R.; Houser, D. Pairing compatible female rhesus monkeys for the purpose of cage enrichment has no negative impact on body weight. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 27(1):13-15(1988).
NAL call number: Sf407 P7L3

217 Rolland, R.M. A prescription for psychological well-being. In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychology Association, 1991, pp. 129-134.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

218 Rosenblum, L.A. Subjective and objective factors in
assessing psychological well-being in nonhuman primates. In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychological Association, 1991, pp. 43-49.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

219 Sackett, G.P. The human model of psychological well-being
in primates. In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychological Association, 1991, pp. 35-42.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

220 Sapolsky, R. Physiological perspectives on nonhuman primate well-being. In: Well-being of Nonhuman Primates in Research Mench, J.A.; Krulisch, L. (eds.), Bethesda, MD; Scientists Center for Animal Welfare, 1990, pp. 32-35.
NAL call number: QL737 P9W44

221 Shepherdson, D. The application and evaluation of
behavioral enrichment in zoos. Primate Report 22:35-42, 1988.

222 Snowden, C.T.; Savage, A. Psychological well-being of captive primates: general considerations and examples from callitrichids. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989.
NAL call number: QL737.P9H78

223 Spector, M.R.; Bennett, B.T. The use of naturally occurring manipulanda can reduce the frequency of cage stereotypy in solitary-housed primates. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, pp. 44-45.

224 Tembrock, G. Behavior and environment from the point of view of the zoo. Milu 7:13-22(1989).

225 Thomas, R.K.; Lorden, R.B. What is psychological well-being? Can we know if primates have it? In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989, pp. 12-26.
NAL call number: QL737 P9H78

226 Vandenbergh, J.G. Issues related to psychological well-
being in nonhuman primates. American Journal of Primatology (Suppl.1):9-15(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

227 Widowski, T. The evaluation and promotion of well-being in farm animals and laboratory primates: Common problems in contemporary animal care. In: Well-being of Nonhuman Primates in Research Mench, J.A.; Krulisch, L. (eds.), Bethesda, MD; Scientists Center for Animal Welfare, 1990, pp. 19-25. NAL call number: QL737 P9W44

228 Woolverton, W.L.; Ator, N.A.; Beardsley, P.M.; Carroll, M.E. Effects of environmental conditions on the psychological well-being of primates: A review of the literature. Life Sciences 44(14):901-917(1989).
NAL call number: 442.8 L62

229 Wright, P.C.; Haring, D.M.; Izard, M.K.; Simon, E.L.
Psychological well-being of nocturnal primates in captivity. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989.
NAL call number: QL737.P9H78

Behavior

230 Bayne, K.A.L.; McCully, C. The effect of cage size on the behavior of individually housed rhesus monkeys. Lab Animal 18(9):25-28(1989).
NAL call number: QL55 A1L33

231 Bhardwaj, K.R. Social and sexual behavior of non-human
primates in captivity. Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takenaka, O.; Iwamoto, M. (eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 1990,pp. 185-188.
NAL call number: QL737.P9I532 1990

232 Chapman, C.A.; Chapman, L.J. Dietary variability in primate populations. Primates 31(1):121-128(1990).
NAL call number: QL737 P9B39

233 Fairbanks, L.A. Reciprocal benefits of allomothering for
female vervet monkeys. Animal Behavior 40(3):553-562(1990). NAL call number: QL751 S26

234 Gore, M.A. A comparative study of the relationships and behaviours in a female and a non-female bonded social system. (Abstract) In: XIIITH Congress of the International
Primatological Society Abstracts Nagoya, International Primatological Society, 1990, p. 109.

235 Harcourt, C. Diet and behavior of a nocturnal lemur, Avahi laniger, in the wild. Journal of Zoology 233(4):667-674(1991). NAL call number: 410.9 L84P

236 Iwamoto, T. Feeding strategies of primates in relation to social status. Animal Societies: Theories and Facts Ito, Y.; Brown, J.L.; Kikkawa, J. (eds.), Japan Science Social Press, Tokyo, Japan; 1987, pp. 243- 252.

237 Kalin, N.H.; Shelton, S.E.; Barksdale, C.M. Separation distress in infant rhesus monkeys: Effects of diazepam and Ro 15-1788. Brain Research 408(1, 2):192-198(1987).

238 Krueger, M.; Maki, S. Effects of spatial proximity between human and nonhuman primates in a zoo environment. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 24(2):113(1991).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

239 Lindburg, D.; Smith, A. Organoleptic factors in animal
feeding. Zoonooz 61(12):14-15(1988).
NAL call number: QL1.Z65

240 Maple, T.L.; Finlay, T.W. Applied primatology in the modern zoo. Zoo Biology (Suppl. 1):101-116(1989).
NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

241 Novak, M.A.; Bayne, K. Monkey behavior and laboratory
issues: Introduction. Laboratory Animal Science
41(4):306-307(1991).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

242 Novak, M.A.; Suomi, S.J. Social interaction in nonhuman
primates: An underlying theme for primate research. Laboratory Animal Science 41(4):308-314(1991).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

243 Owren, M.J.; Dieter, J.A. Infant cross-fostering between Japanese (Macaca fuscata) and rhesus macaques (M. mulatta). American Journal of Primatology 18(3):245-250(1989).
NAL call number: QL737 P9A5

244 Patterson, F.; Kennedy, M.M. Interspecies communication: Humane innovation. Humane Innovations and Alternatives in Animal Experimentation: A Notebook 3:126-127(1989).
NAL call number: QL55.H8

245 Patterson, J.D. Primate behavior: An exercise workbook.
Waveland Press, Inc., Prospect Heights, IL; 1992, 95 pp.

246 Poole, T.B. The behavioral needs of captive primates: Can they be identified? Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takenaka, O.; Iwamoto, M. (eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 1990, pp. 659-662.
NAL call number: QL737.P9I532 1990

247 Poole, T.B. Normal and abnormal behavior in captive
primates. Primate Report 22:3-12(1988).
NAL call number: QL737 P9P65 1988

248 Priest, G.M. The use of operant conditioning in training
husbandry behaviors with captive exotic animals. Proceedings of the National AAZK [American Association of Zoo Keepers] Conference 16:94-108(1990).

249 Reinhardt, V. Uncommon tool usage by captive primates. International Zoo News 38(230):13-14(1991).

250 Rosenblum, L.A. Adaptive strategies and environmental control. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, p. 12.

251 Shellabarger, W. Animal training techniques at the Toledo Zoo in different species to aid in introductions, movement, and for behavioral enrichment. AAZV [American Association of Zoo Veterinarians] Annual Proceedings, 1990 pp. 309-311(1990).

252 Shopland, J.M.; Altman, J. Fatal intragroup kidnapping in yellow baboons. American Journal of Primatology
13(1):61-65(1987).
NAL call number: QL737 P9A5

253 Silakov, V.L.; Maljukova, I.V.; Moiseeva, L.A.; Uvarova,
I.A. Comparative study of group behavior in primates. Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takenaka, O.; Iwamoto, M. (eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 1990, pp. 183-184.
NAL call number: QL737.P9I532 1990

254 Singh, S. Investigation of Effects of 60-HZ Electric and Magnetic Fields on Operant and Social Behavior and on the Neuroendocrine System of Nonhuman Primates: Quarterly Report DOE/RA/50219-T15. Laboratory Animal Science Orr, J.L. (ed.), San Antonio, Southwest Research Institute, 1990, pp. 55-58. (Ordering Information: NTIS #DE90-011559. National Technical Information Service, U.S. Department of Commerce, Springfield, VA 22161) NAL call number: QL55 E4

255 Suomi, S. Behavioral and physiological variability. In: Well-being of Nonhuman Primates in Research Mench, J.A.; Krulisch, L. (eds.), Bethesda, MD; Scientists Center for Animal Welfare, 1990, pp. 36-40.
NAL call number: QL737 P9W44

256 Tardif, S.D.; Carson, R.L.; Gangaware, B.L. Infant-care
behavior of mothers and fathers in a communal-care primate, the cotton-top tamarin (Saguinus oedipus). American Journal of Primatology 22(2):73-85-(1990).
NAL call number: QL737 P9A5

257 Vancatova, M.A. Quantitative analysis of the aspects of
behavior in some monkey species. Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takenaka, O.; Iwamoto, M. (eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1990, pp. 193-198. NAL call number: Ql737.PI532 1990

258 Van Elsacker, L. [Perspective of one ethologist]. Study of the behavior of anthropoids. Zoo D'anvers 54(4):24-29(1989). (French)
NAL call number: QL1.Z62

259 Wright, P.C. Patterns of paternal care in primates.
International Journal of Primatology 11(2):89-102(1990). NAL call number: QL737 P9I54

Breeding

260 Bernstein, I.S. Breeding colonies and psychological well- being. American Journal of Primatology (Suppl.1):31-36(1989). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

261 Brown, A.D. [Application of ecological studies to the breeding of primates]. Boletin Primatologico Argentino 5(1-2):107-113(1987). (Spanish)

262 De Mello, M.T. Breeding in captivity for the conservation of primates. In: Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takenaka, O.; Iwamoto, M. (eds.), Amsterdam, Elsevier Science Publishing, 1991, pp. 69-72.

263 Markham, R.J. Breeding Orangutans at Perth Zoo: Twenty years of appropriate husbandry. Zoo Biology 9(2):171-182(1990). Erratum: Zoo Biology 9(4):337-338(1990).
NAL call number: QL77.5 Z6

264 Snowdon, C.T. The criteria for successful captive
propagation of endangered primates. Zoo Biology
(Suppl.1):149-161(1989).
NAL call number: QL77.5 Z6

Miscellaneous

265 Altmann, J. Summary. In: Well-being of Nonhuman Primates in Research Mench, J.A.; Krulisch, L. (eds.), Bethesda, MD; Scientists Center for Animal Welfare, 1990, pp. 81-84. NAL call number: QL737 P9W44

266 Anderson, C. One step forward... Nature
346(6287):782(1990).
NAL call number: 472 N21

267 Anderson, J.R.; Visalberghi, E. Towards better conditions
for captive nonhuman primates: Routines, requirements, and research. In: Biomedical Experimentation and Laboratory Animals: Hot Behavioral Issues Alleva, E.; Laviola, G. (eds.), Rome, Istisan Reports, 1990, pp. 1-11.

268 Anonymous. Annual report covering 1 April 1988 to 31 March 1989. Zoological Society of London Annual Report
(1988/1989):1-75(1989).
NAL call number: QL75.5G72L663

269 Anonymous. Biological perspectives: Question and answer
session. In: Well-being of Nonhuman Primates in Research Mench, J.A.; Krulisch, L. (eds.), Bethesda, MD; Scientists Center for Animal Welfare, 1990, pp. 41-45.
NAL call number: QL737 P9W44

270 Anonymous. There's no place like home. Zoonooz
64(2):15-16(1991).
NAL call number: QL1.Z65

271 Anonymous. Training as an aid to welfare (UFAW). Veterinary Record 125(20):492-493(1989).
NAL call number: 41.8V641

272 Anonymous. Training as an aid to welfare (UFAW). (Letter)
Veterinary Record 124(23):585(1989).
NAL call number: 41.8V641

273 Bayne, K. Resolving issues of psychological well-being and management of laboratory non-human primates. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge,
NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989.
NAL Call Number: QL737.P9H78

274 Bowden, D.M. Primate research and psychological well-being. [letter]. Science 240(4848):12(1988).
NAL call number: 470 Sci2

275 Chamove, A.S.; Hosey, G.R.; Schaetzel, P. Visitors excite
primates in zoos. Zoo Biology 7(4):359-369(1988).
NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

276 Crockett, C.; Hutchins, M. Training zoo researchers: The
Applying Behavioral Research to Zoo Animal Management Workshop. AAZPA [American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums] Annual Conference Proceedings (1988):542-558(1988).

277 Dayan, A.D. A Framework for the use of primates? Human Toxicology 6(6):449-450(1987).

278 Demontoy-Bomsel, M.C.; Berthier, J.L. [Examples of the role played by the environment in pathogenesis]. Erkrankungen der Zootiere 32:107-113(1990). (French w/ German, English & Russian summaries)
NAL call number: SF996.I5

279 Diamond, J. Natural talents. BBC Wildlife
9(5):350-355(1991).

280 Divers, S.J. Psychological space (letter). Veterinary
Record 127(20):508(1990).
NAL call number: 41.8 V641

281 Honjo, S. Establishing nonhuman primates as laboratory
animals: Past, present and future aspects. Jikken Dobutsu (Experimental Animals) 36(4):367-79(1987).
NAL call number: QL55.J55

282 Houser, S.F. Audiovisual services at the Wisconsin Regional Primate Center. Research Resources Reporter 13(6):12-13(1989). NAL call number: IPSG1655

283 Keeling, M.E. A historical view. In: Well-being of Nonhuman Primates in Research Mench, J.A.; Krulisch, L. (eds.), Bethesda, MD; Scientists Center for Animal Welfare, 1990, pp. 12-14. NAL call number: QL737 P9W44

284 King, F.A.; Yarbrough, C.J.; Anderson, D.C.; Gordon, T.P.; Gould, K.G. Primates. Science 240(4845):1475-1482(1988). NAL call number: 470 Sci2

285 Lee, P.C. Adaptations to environmental change: An evolutionary perspective. In: Primate Responses to Environmental Change Box, H.O. (ed.), New York, NY; Routledge, Chapman and Hall, 1991, pp. 39-56.

286 Markowitz, H. Factors determining the choice of species. (Abstract) Laboratory Animals 22(2):186(1988).
NAL call number: QL55.A1L33

287 McWilliam, A. Important reports on HPB monkey colony due
soon. Resource 14(1):1, 4(1989).
NAL call number: SF405.5R37

288 Meritt, D.A., Jr. The captive husbandry and management of
neotropical primates. In: Primatologia En Mexico: Comportamiento, Ecologia, Aprovechamiento Y Conservacion De Primates Memorias Del I Simposio Nacional De Primatologia Estrada, A; Lopez-Wilchis, R. and Coates-Estrada, R. (comps.), Iztapalapa, D.F., Mexico; Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, 1989, pp. 117-125.

289 Nogge, G. [1988 Annual Report of Cologne Zoological Garden]. Zeitschrift des Klner Zoos 32(1):3-26 & 299(1989). (German w/ English summary)

290 Novak, M.A.; Meyer, J.S. What we don't know about lab animals. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 27(2):16-17(1988). NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

291 Petto, A.J.; Novak, M.A.; Fingold, S.A.; Walsh, A.C. The search for psychological well-being in captive nonhuman primates: Information sources. Science and Technology Libraries
10(2):101-127(1990).
NAL call number: Z675.T3S342

292 Sainsbury, A.W.; Mew, J.A.; Purton, P.; Eaton, B.D.;
Cooper, J.E. Advances in the management of primates kept for biomedical research. Animal Technology 41(2):87-101(1990). NAL call number: QL55 I5

293 Swenson, R.B. Overview of the issues. In: Well-being of Nonhuman Primates in Research Mench, J.A.; Krulisch, L. (eds.), Bethesda, MD; Scientists Center for Animal Welfare, 1990, pp. 60-63.
NAL call number: QL737 P9W44

294 Tudge, C. A richer life for captive animals. In: Science
for Conservation London, Zoological Society of London, 1991, pp. 10-11.

295 Tudge, C. A wild time at the zoo. New Scientist
129(1750):26-30(1991).
NAL call number: 472N42

296 Tudge, C. More room for the woollies. New Scientist 126(1713):44-47(1990).
NAL call number: 472N42

297 Van Puijenbroeck, P. Batiment des anthropoides reouverture printemps. Zoo Anvers 54(4):30-34(1989).
NAL call number: QL1.Z62

298 Visalberghi, E. [Maintenance and care of primates in
Italy]. Annali Dell'instituto Superiore Di Sanita
25(2):345-351(1989). (Italian w/ English summary)

GREAT APES

Family: Pongidae

Chimpanzees

299 Adang, O.M.J.; Wensing, J.A.; Van Hooff, J.A.R.A.M. The Arnhem zoo colony of chimpanzees Pan troglodytes: Development and management techniques. International Zoo Yearbook
26:236-248(1987).
NAL call number: QL76 I5

300 Anonymous. Committee for conservation and care of
chimpanzees. Journal of Medical Primatology 17(2):113-115(1988). NAL call number: QL737.P9J66

301 Anonymous. Management of imaginary play in a chimpanzee. Primatologist 4(1):2-4(1989).

302 Anonymous. Pressure for better care for chimpanzees in captivity. Alternatives to Laboratory Animals
15(3):255-259(1988).
NAL call number: Z7994.L3A5

303 Anonymous. Recommendations to USDA on improving conditions of psychological well-being for captive chimpanzees. Journal of Medical Primatology 17(2):116-121(1988).
NAL call number: QL737 P9J66

304 Bloomsmith, M.A. Feeding enrichment for captive great apes. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989.
NAL call number: QL737.P9H78

305 Bloomsmith, M.A. Interactions between adult male and immature captive chimpanzees: Implications for housing chimpanzees. American Journal of Primatology
(Suppl.1):93-99(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

306 Bloomsmith, M.A.; Alford, P.L. Produce fed to the
chimpanzees at the University of Texas Science Park Breeding colony. Newsletter (Primate Foundation of Arizona) 1(3):2(1990).

307 Bloomsmith, M.A.; Alford, P.L.; Maple, T.L. Successful feeding enrichment for captive chimpanzees. American Journal of Primatology 16(2):155-164(1988).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

308 Bloomsmith, M.A.; Finlay, T.W.; Merhalski, J.J.; Maple,
T.L. Rigid plastic balls as enrichment devices for captive chimpanzees. Laboratory Animal Science 40(3):319-322(1990). NAL call number: 410.9 P94

309  Bloomsmith, M.A.; Keeling, M.E.; Lambeth, S.P. Videotape: Environmental enrichment for singly housed chimpanzees. Lab Animal 19(1):42-46(1990).
NAL call number: QL55.A1L33

310 Bloomstrand, M.A. An analysis of feeding enrichment for
captive chimpanzees. Dissertation Abstracts International 48(5- B):1545(1987).
NAL call number: Z5055.U49D53

311 Bloomstrand, M.A.; Young, S.P. The use of videotapes as
enrichment for singly housed chimpanzees. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 14(4):411(1988).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

312 Bodamer, M.D.; Fouts, R.S.; Fouts, D.H.; Shipley, D.
Captive chimpanzee care and enrichment: a day in the life. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 20(3):176(1990). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

313 Bodamer, M.D.; Goodall, J.; Fouts, R.S. Implementation of a daily enrichment program for adult chimpanzees at a large primate facility. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology
20(3):176(1990).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

314 Boesche, C.; Boesche, H. Tool use and tool making in wild
chimpanzees. Folia Primatologica 54:86-99(1990).
NAL call number: QL737 P9F6

315 Brent, L.; Eichberg, J.W. Primate puzzleboard: A simple
environmental enrichment device for captive chimpanzees. Zoo Biology 10(4):353-360(1991).
NAL call number: QL77.5 Z6

316 Brent, L.; Eichberg, J.W. Woodchip bedding as enrichment
for captive chimpanzees. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 24(2):91-92(1991).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

317 Brent, L.; Lee, D.R.; Eichberg, J.W. Environmental
enrichment of a semi-free-ranging facility for captive chimpanzees. (Abstract) American
Journal of Primatology 18(2):137-138(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

318 Brent, L.; Lee, D.R.; Eichberg, J.W. Evaluation of a
chimpanzee enrichment enclosure. Journal of Medical Primatology 20(1):29-34(1991).
NAL call number: QL737.P9J66

319 Brent, L; Lee, D.R.; Eichberg, J.W. Evaluation of two
environmental enrichment devices for singly caged chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). American Journal of Primatology
(Suppl.1):65-70(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

320 Brent, L.; Lee, D.R.; Eichberg, J.W. Primate puzzleboard: A simple environmental enrichment device for captive chimpanzees. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 20(3):177(1990). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

321 Brent, L.; Lee, D.R.; Eichberg, J.W. The development of pathological behaviors in chimpanzees in a physically and socially restricted environment and responsiveness to enrichment. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 14(4):413(1988). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

322 Brent, L; Lee, D.R.; Eichberg, J.W. The effects of single caging on chimpanzee behavior. Laboratory Animal Science 39(4):345- 346(1989).
NAL call number: 410.9 P94

323 Buirski, P; Plutchik, R. Measurement of deviant behavior in a Gombe chimpanzee: Relation to later behavior. Primates 32(2):207- 211(1991).
NAL call number: QL737 P9B39

324 de Abrev, M.C.; Otta, E. Expressive movements of
chimpanzees in captivity. Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takenaka, O.; Iwamoto, M. (eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 1990, pp. 329-330. NAL call number: QL737.P9I532 1990

325 De Waal, F.B.M. Tension regulation and nonreproductive functions of sex in captive bonobos (Pan paniscus). National Geographic Research 3(3):318-335(1987).
NAL call number: G3 N32

326 Eichberg, J.W.; Lee, D.R.; Butler, T.M.; Kelley, J.; Brent, L. Construction of playgrounds for chimpanzees in biomedical research. Journal of Medical Primatology 20(1):12-16(1991). NAL call number: QL737.P9J66

327 Erwin, J.; Landon, J.; Bradbury, R. Spacious quarantine suites for chimpanzees: Biological containment, management flexibility, and enhancement of species-typical behavior. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 24(2):98(1991). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

328 Fitch, A.L.; Merhalski, J.J.; Bloomsmith, M.A. Social housing for captive adult male chimpanzees: Comparing single-male and multi-male social groups. American Journal of Primatology (Suppl.1):87-91(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

329 Fouts, R.S.; Abshire, M.L.; Bodamer, M.; Fouts, D.H. Signs of enrichment toward the psychological well-being of chimpanzees. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-Being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989.
NAL call number: QL737.P9H78

330 Fouts, R.S.; Bodamer, M.D.; Fouts, D.H. Analysis of use and cost of enrichment techniques for captive chimpanzees. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 20(3):191(1990).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

331 Fouts, R.S.; Fouts, D.H. Listening to the chimpanzee
...or... what Washoe and her family have taught us. Humane Innovations and Alternatives in Animal Experimentation: A Notebook 3:121-122(1989).
NAL call number: QL55.H8

332 Fouts, R.S.; Fouts, D.H. Loulis in conversation with the
cross-fostered chimpanzees. In: Teaching Sign Language to Chimpanzees Gardner, R.A; Gardner, B.T.; Van Cantfort, T.E. (eds.), Albany, State University of New York, 1989, pp. 293-307.

333 Fritz, J. Resocialization of captive chimpanzees: An amelioration procedure. American Journal of Primatology (Suppl.1):79-86(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

334 Gomez, J.C.; Gil, J.R. A proposal for the development of a captive environment for anthropoid apes. (Abstract) International Journal of Primatology 8(5):510(1987).
NAL call number: QL737.P9154

335 Goodall, J. A plea for the chimpanzees. American Scientist 75(6):574-577(1987).
NAL call number: 470 Sc2

336 Goodall, J. Conservation and care of chimpanzees. Aids
Research and Human Retroviruses 6(1):102(1990).

337 Graham, C.E.; Struthers, E.J. Atypical behavior associated with prolonged postpartum anexorrhea in chimpanzees. Primate Report 22:13- 18(1988).
NAL call number: QL737 P9P65 1988

338 Green, R.J. Protectiveness by family members towards young chimpanzees: Incidental notes taken at Taronga Zoo. Australian Primatology 3(2-3):13-14(1988).

339 Hannah, A.C. Rehabilitation of captive chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). Primate Eye 44:19(1989).

340 Hemelrijk, C.K.; Ek, A. Reciprocity and interchange of grooming and support of captive chimpanzees. Animal Behavior 41:923-935(1991).
NAL call number: QL751 B7

341 Itakura, S. Brain areas involved in vocal motor
coordination. Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takenaka, O.; Iwamoto, M. (eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 1990, pp. 331- 332.
NAL call number: QL737.P9I532 1990

342 James-Aldridge, V.; Gorena, R. Utilization of a
naturalistic environment by a group of captive chimpanzees. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 24(2):109-110(1991). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

343 James-Aldridge, V.; Gorena, R.L. Captive chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) use of a naturalistic environment. Newsletter (Primate Foundation of Arizona) 3(2):1-3(1991).

344 Johnson, G.; Carson, G.; Nowak, M. Chimps at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo get a termite mound. Newsletter (Primate Foundation of Arizona) 1(2):4(1989).

345 Keeling, M.E.; Alford, P.L.; Bloomstrand, M.A.
Psychological well-being of semi-free-ranging chimpanzees. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology Summit, NJ; Gridley Press 14(4):428(1988).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

346 Kempfer, L. Chimpanzee breeding program slows likelihood of extinction; benefits medical research, DVM says. DVM--The Newsmagazine of Veterinary Medicine 20(2):48(1989).
NAL call number: SF601 D3

347 Kennedy, K. Chimpanzees invent enrichment devices: A brief anecdotal report. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 30(3):15(1991). NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

348 Lambeth, S.P.; Bloomsmith, M.A. Mirrors as enrichment for captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 24(2):114(1991).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

349 Lee, D.R.; Kelley, J.A.; Butler, T.M.; Brent, L.Y.
Construction of a semi-free-ranging enrichment facility for captive chimpanzees. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 18(2):152(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

350 Mahoney, C.J.; Moor-Jankowski, J. Criteria of successful
methodology for psychosocial well-being of chimpanzees in a medical research laboratory. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, p. 42.

351 Maki, S.; Alford, P.L.; Bloomsmith, M.A.; Franklin, J. Food puzzle device simulating termite fishing for captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). American Journal of Primatology
(Suppl.1):71-78(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

352 Maki, S.; Bloomsmith, M.A. Uprooted trees facilitate the
psychological well-being of captive chimpanzees. Zoo Biology 8(1):79-87(1989).
NAL call number: QL77.5 Z6

353 Martin, T.; Fritz, J.; Matevia, M.; Nash, L. Forage
material and coprophagy in captive chimpanzees. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 24(2):119-120(1991).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

354 Matevia, M.; Fritz, J.; Nankivell, B. Effect of increased space on behaviors of captive chimpanzees. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 24(2):120-121(1991).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

355 Meller, L.; Reid, D. Development and management of a social group of chimpanzees at the Dallas Zoo. AAZPA [American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums] Regional Conference Proceedings, 1989 pp. 807-814(1989).

356 Metz, B.; Weld, K.; Erwin, J. A system for documentation and assessment of behavioral responses of chimpanzees to environmental enrichment. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 24(2):123(1991).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

357 Metz, B.; Weld, K.; Erwin, J. Sustained object manipulation by laboratory chimpanzees. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 20(3):213(1990).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

358 Moor-Jankowski, J.; Mahoney, C.J. Chimpanzees in captivity: Humane handling and breeding within the confines imposed by medical research and testing. Journal of Medical Primatology 18(1):1-26(1989).
NAL call number: QL737 P9J66

359 Nadler, R.D. The psychological well-being of captive and
laboratory primates. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989.
NAL call number: QL737.P9H78

360 Paquette, D.; Prescott, J. Use of novel objects to enhance environments of captive chimpanzees. Zoo Biology
7(1):15-23(1988).
NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

361 Prince, A.M.; Brotman, B.; Garnham, B.; Hannah, A.C.
Enrichment, rehabilitation, and release of chimpanzees used in biomedical research: Procedures used at Vilab II, the New York Blood Center's laboratory in Liberia, West Africa. Lab Animal 19(5):28-29, 32-37(1990).
NAL call number: QL55.A1L33

362 Prince, A.M.; Goodall, J.; Brotman, B.; Dienske, H.;
Schellekens, H.; Eichberg, J.W. Appropriate conditions for maintenance of chimpanzees in studies with blood-borne viruses: An epidemiologic and psychosocial perspective. Journal of Medical Primatology 18(1):27-42(1989).
NAL call number: QL737 P9J66

363 Pruetz, J.D.; Bloomsmith, M.A. Comparing two manipulable
objects as enrichment for captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 24(2):127(1991). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

364 Rogers, K. Enclosure design: Effects of increasing environmental complexity on captive bonobos (Pan paniscus). (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 24(2):132(1991). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

365 Rumbaugh, D.M.; Washburn, D.; Savage-Rumbaugh, E.S. On the care of captive chimpanzees: methods of enrichment. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-Being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989.
NAL call number: QL737.P9H78

366 Sass, P. Recipe for chimp termite mound. AAZPA [American
Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums] Regional Conference Proceedings 1988:509(1988).

367 Savage-Rumbaugh, S. A new look at ape language:
Comprehension of vocal speech and syntax. Current Theory and Research in Motivation 35:201-255(1988).
368 Schapiro, S.J.; Bloomsmith, M.A. Applying primate psychology to the behavioral management and well-being of captive chimpanzees and rhesus monkeys. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 20(3):231(1990).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

369 Schefferly, N. Use of toys as a means of environmental
enrichment in captive juvenile chimpanzees. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 14(4):445(1988).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

370 Shumaker, R.W. Choices for captive primates. Humane
Innovations and Alternatives in Animal Experimentation: A Notebook 3:117-120(1989).
NAL call number: QL55.H8

371 Swyers, J.P. Successful breeding program benefits
chimpanzee conservation and research. Research Resources Reporter 14(6):1-6(1990).
NAL call number: IPSG1655

372 Thompson, M.A.; Bloomsmith, M.A. The effect of various
types of produce on behavior in a uni-male and a multi-male group of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 24(2):137-138(1991).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

373 Thompson, M.A.; Bloomsmith, M.A.; Taylor, L.L. A canine
companion for a nursery-reared infant chimpanzee. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 30(2):1-5(1991).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

374 Tompkins, A.E.; Maki, S.G.; Bloomstrand, M.A. Uprooted
trees as environmental enrichment for captive chimpanzees. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 14(4):449(1988). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

Gorillas

375 Anonymous. New gorilla playyard. Gorilla Gazette 12(2):8-9(1989).

376 Bailey, H. Dallas gorillas settle into their new home. Gorilla Gazette 5(3):8-10(1991).

377 Brinkley, P.; Vande Hei, H.; Evans, S. Fostering King's contentment at Monkey Jungle. Gorilla Gazette 5(3):13-15(1991).

378 Coburn, C. Landscaping gorilla tropics. Zoonooz
64(2):17-19(1991).
NAL call number: QL1 Z65

379 Czekala, N. Gorilla infertility. Zoonooz 61(7):11(1988).
NAL call number: QL1 Z65

380 Glassman, D.M.; Butter, S.J.; Willis, F.B.; Kingswood, S. An attempt at behavioral enrichment for a captive male lowland gorilla. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology
12(3):344(1987).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

381 Goerke, B; Fleming, L.; Creel, M. Behavioral changes of a
juvenile gorilla after a transfer to a more naturalistic environment. Zoo Biology 6(4):283-295(1987).
NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6.

382 LaMalfa, S. An overview from Milwaukee County. Gorilla
Gazette 1(2):4-5(1987).

383 Mahaney, W.C.; Watts, D.P.; Hancock, R.G.V. Geophagia by mountain gorillas (Gorilla gorilla beringei) in the Virunga Mountains, Rwanda. Primates 31(1):113-120(1990).
NAL call number: QL737 P9B39

384 Meenan, J.E., Jr. Gorilla keeping at the Philadelphia Zoo. Gorilla Gazette 4(1):5-6(1990).

385 Meller, L.; Kaemmerer, K. Development of gorilla management and husbandry practices at the Dallas Zoo. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 24(2):122(1991).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

386 Miller-Schroeder, P.; Patterson, J.D. Environmental
influences on reproduction and maternal behavior in captive gorillas: Results of a survey. In: Housing, Care and
Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989, pp. 389-415.
NAL call number: QL737 P9H7

387 Mitchell, R.W. Functions and social consequences of
infant-adult male interaction in a captive group of lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla). Zoo Biology
8(2):125-137(1989).
NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

388 Neder, A. Preliminary study results: The effect of
environment on gorilla behavior in zoos. Gorilla Gazette 4(3):6-8(1990).

389 Ogden, J.J.; Finlay, T.W.; Jackson, D.; Maple, T.L. Gorillas of Cameroon: A post-occupancy evaluation. AAZPA [American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums] Regional Conference Proceedings
1989:557-563(1989).

390 Patterson, F.; Espey, L. Procedures at the Gorilla
Foundation. Gorilla Gazette 1(2):9-11(1987).

391 Redshaw, M.E.; Mallinson, J.J.C. Stimulation of natural patterns of behavior: Studies with golden lion tamarins and gorillas. In: Primate Responses to Environmental Change Box, H.O. (ed.), London, Chapman and Hall, 1991, pp. 217-238.
NAL call number: QL737 P9P74 1990

392 Reichard, T.A.; Favata, G.F.; Petiniot, C.; Gheres, A.; Czekala, N.M.; Lasley, B.L. Reproductive management plan of Toledo Zoo lowland gorillas over the past 25 years. Zoo Biology 9(2):149-156(1990).
NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

393 Rosenthal, M.A. To be a gorilla: The management of lowland gorillas in captivity. (Abstract) AAZPA Annual Conference Proceedings 1990:580(1990).

394 Ruempler, U. Abnormal behavior of lowland gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla, Savage and Wyman) in the Cologne Zoological Garden during changes in feeding routine. Zeitschrift Des Koelner Zoo 33(2):75-84(1990). (German w/ English summary)

395 Ruempler, U. Behavior modification of lowland gorilla at the Cologne Zoo. Gorilla Gazette 5(2):2-6(1990).

396 Simpton, D.; Coburn, C. Prescription browse for gorillas. Zoonooz 64(3):18-19(1991).
NAL call number: QL1.Z65

397 Sunde, V. Bedding materials: A primary need for captive
gorillas. Gorilla Gazette 1(2):7(1987).

398 Watts, D.P. Mountain gorilla life: Histories, reproductive competition, and sociosexual behavior and some implications for captive husbandry. (Abstract) Zoo Biology 9(3):185-200(1990). NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

399 Woods, S. A successful introduction at Denver. Gorilla Gazette 4(1):6-8(1990).

400 Woods, S. Behavioral enrichment of a group of captive gorillas: A quantitative study. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 20(3):245-246(1990).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

401 Woods, S. Gorilla-approved behavioral enrichment ideas.
Gorilla Gazette 5(1):8-9(1991).

Orangutans

402 Markham, R.J. Breeding orangutans at Perth Zoo: Twenty years of appropriate husbandry. Zoo Biology 9(2):171-182(1990). NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

403 Perkins, L.; Bradfield, E. Orangutans of Ketambe: Enclosure utilization. AAZPA [American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums] Regional Conference Proceedings, 1989 pp.
564-570(1989).

404 Perkins, L.A. AAZPA orangutan activity abstract. (Abstract) AAZPA Annual Conference Proceedings, 1990 pp. 579(1990).

405 Schacherl, U. The environmental influence on the behavior of orangutans in two zoological gardens (Vienna, Munich). (Abstract) Primate Report (25):81(1989).

406 Seymour, S.; Shepherdson, D. Puzzle feeder for orangutans. Environmental Enrichment Report (UFAW & ZSL) (3):1-3(1990); Animal Keepers' Forum 18(7):230-232(1991). Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, 8 Hamilton Close, South Mimms, Potters Bar, Herts EN6 3QD, England.

407 Tobach, E.; Greenberg, G.; Radell, P.; McCarthy, T. Social behavior in a group of orangutans (Pongo pygmaen abelii) in a zoo setting. Applied Animal Behavior Science 23:141-154(1989). NAL call number: QL750 A6

LESSER APES

Family: Hylobatidae

Gibbons

408 Dahl, J.F. An inexpensive, climate-controlled enclosure for gibbons utilizing appropriate technology. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well- being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, pp. 323-335.

409 Shepherdson, D.; Carman, M.; Bemment, N. Lar Gibbon Duets. Environmental Enrichment Report No. 1 Potters Bar, Herts, England; Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, 1988, 4 pp.

410 Shepherdson, D.; Bemment, N.; Carman M.; Reynolds, S. Auditory enrichment for lar gibbons hylobates-lar at London Zoo Great Britain USA. International Zoo Yearbook 28:256-260(1989). NAL call number: QL76.I5

OLD WORLD MONKEYS

Family: Cercopithecidae

Baboons

411 Bennett, B.T.; Spector, M.R. The use of naturally occurring manipulanda to improve the psychological well-being of singly housed baboons. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 194(12):1782(1989).
NAL call number: 41.8 Am3

412 Coelho, A.M. Jr.; Carey, K.D.; Shade, R.E. Assessing the
effects of social environment on blood pressure and heart rates of baboons. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 23(4):257-267(1991).

413 Desmond, T. Training to enhance socialization and reproduction in drills. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference
Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, p. 38.

414 Dunbar, R.I.M.; Bose, U. Adaptation to grass-eating in
Gelada baboons. Primates 32(1):1-7(1991).
NAL call number: QL737 P9B39

415 Harris, D. Welfare and housing of old world non-human
primates (Macaca fascicularis and Papio sp.). UFAW Animal Welfare Research Report No.1 Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, England; Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, 1988, 64 pp. NAL call number: HV4701.U4 no.1

416 Jerome, C.P.; Szostak, L. Environmental enrichment for adult female baboons, Papio anubis. Laboratory Animal Science 37(4):508- 509(1987).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

417 Maclean, J.M.; Phippard, A.F.; Garner, M.G.; Duggin, G.G.; Horvath, J.S.; Tiller, D.J. Group housing of hamadryas baboons: A new design based upon field studies of social organizations. Laboratory Animal Science 37(1):89-93(1987).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

418 Rhine, R.J.; Norton, G.W.; Wynn, G.M.; Wynn, R.D. Plant
feeding of yellow baboons (Papio cynocephalus) in Mikumi National Park, Tanzania, and the relationship between seasonal feeding and immature survival. International Journal of Primatology 10(40):319-342(1989).
NAL call number: QL737 P9I54

419 Wood, K.L. A survey of captive mandrill populations in U.S. zoos. In: Mandrill Papio Sphinx Regional Studbook, Canada, United States and Mexico LaRue, M.D. (comp.), Topeka, KS; Topeka Zoological Park, 1991, pp. 3-18.

Macaques

420 Anderson, J.R.; Stoppa, F. Incorporating objects into sequences of aggression and self-aggression by Macaca arctoides: An unusual form of tool use? Laboratory Primate Newsletter 30(3):1-3(1991).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

421 Anonymous. Rhesus monkey colony management: A 1988 update. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 28(1):8-14(1989).
NAL Call Number: SF407 P7L3

422 Anonymous. Training adult male rhesus monkeys to actively
cooperate during in-homecage venipuncture. Animal Technology 42(1):11- 17(1991).

423 Applebee, K.A.; Marshall, P.E.; McNab, A.M. A prototype rhesus cage to satisfy the needs of the home office, research, the animal technician and most importantly the monkey. Animal Technology 42(1):23-38(1991).
NAL call number: QL55.15

424 Ashmore-Declue, P. The genus macaca: A synthesis of the
data form an ecological perspective. Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takenaka, O.; Iwanmoto, M. (eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 1990, pp. 77-80. NAL call number: QL737.P9I532 1990

425 Bartecki, U. Influence of different laboratory environments on the behavior of rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). (Abstract) Primate Report (25):64(1989).

426 Bayne, K. Nylon balls re-visited. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 28(1):5-6(1989).
NAL Call Number: SF407 P7L3

427 Bayne, K.; Mainzer, H.; Dexter, S.; Campbell, G.; Yamada,
F.; Suomi, S. The reduction of abnormal behaviors in individually housed rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) with a foraging/grooming board. American Journal of Primatology 23(1):23-35(1991). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

428 Beirise, J.; Reinhardt, V. Three inexpensive environmental enrichment options for group-housed Macaca mulatta. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 31(1):7-8(1992).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

429 Bloom, K.R. Environmental enrichment: Behavioral response of rhesus to puzzle feeders. (Abstract) In: XIIITH Congress of the International Primatological Society Abstracts Nagoya, International Primatological Society, 1990, p. 74.

430 Bloom, K.R.; Cook, M. Environmental enrichment: Behavioral responses of rhesus to puzzle feeders. Lab Animal 18(5):25, 27, 29, 31(1989). Reprinted in: LAIR Institute Report No. 402. (NTIS #AD-A214-316)
NAL Call Number: QL55.A1L33

431 Boccia, M.L. Long-term effects of a natural foraging task
on aggression and stereotypies in socially housed pigtail macaques. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 28(2):18-19(1989). NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

432 Boccia, M.L. Preliminary report on the use of a natural foraging task to reduce aggression and stereotypies in socially housed pigtail macaques. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 28(1):3-4(1989).
NAL Call Number: SF407 P7L3

433 Boccia, M.L.; Reite, M.; Laudenslager, M. On the physiology of grooming in a pigtail macaque. Physiology and Behavior 45:667-670(1989).
NAL call number: QP1.P4

434 Bowden, D.M.; Crockett, C.; Sackett, G.P.; Bowers, C.L.
Effects of cage size and tethering on longtailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis). (Abstract) In: XIIITH Congress of the
International Primatological Society Abstracts
Nagoya, International Primatological Society, 1990, p. 59.

435 Brokenshire, B. Increasing food foraging activities in caged Macaca fascicularis. Australian Primatology
6(3):19-20(1991).

436 Bryant, C.E.; Rupniak, N.M.; Iverson, S.D. Effects of different environmental enrichment devices on cage stereotypies and autoaggresion in captive cynomolgus monkeys. Journal of Medical Primatology 17(5):257-269(1988).
NAL Call Number: QL737.P9J66

437 Bryne, G.D.; Suomi, S.J. Effects of woodchips and buried
food on behavior patterns and psychological well-being of captive rhesus monkeys. American Journal of Primatology
23(3):141-151(1991).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

438 Burt, D.A.; Plant, M. Observations on a caging system for
housing stump-tailed macaques. Animal Technology
41(3):175-179(1990).
NAL call number: QL55.I5

439 Chamove, A.S.; Anderson, J.R. [Impact of feeding practices on growth and behavior of stump-tailed macaques (Macaca arctoides)]. Bulletin de la Societie Herpetologique (French) 11:231-246(1988).

440 Champoux, M.; DiGregorio, G.; Schneider, M.L.; Suomi, S.J. Inanimate environmental enrichment for group-housed rhesus macaque infants. American Journal of Primatology
22(1):61-67(1990).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

441 Champoux, M.; Hempel, M.; Reinhardt, V. Environmental
enrichment with sticks for singly-cages adult rhesus monkeys. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 26(4):5-7(1987).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

442 Champoux, M.; Metz, B.; Suomi, S.J. Rehousing
nonreproductive rhesus macaques with weanlings: Behavior of adults toward weanlings. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 28(4):1-6(1989).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

443 Clarke, A.S.; Line, S.; Ellman, G.; Markowitz, H. Hormonal and behavioral responses of rhesus macaques to an environmental enrichment apparatus. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 12(3):335-336(1987).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

444 Clarke, A.S.; Mason, W.A.; Moberg, G.P. Interspecific
contrasts in responses of macaques to transport cage training. Laboratory Animal Science 38(3):305-309(1988).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

445 Clarke, M.R.; Koritnik, D.R.; Martin, L.N.; Baskin, G.B.
Cage enrichment, physiology, and behavior in nursery-reared rhesus monkeys. American Journal of Primatology
(Suppl.1):53-57(1989).
NAL Call Number: QL737.P9A5

446 Collazo, V.E. Male rhesus monkey's unusual behavior:
Interspecies adaptation. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 28(1):23(1989).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

447 Crockett, C.; Bielitzki, J.; Carey, A.; Velez, A. Kong toys as enrichment devices for singly-caged macaques. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 28(2):21-22(1989).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

448 Crockett, C.M. Effects of cage size and tethering on the
psychological well-being of longtailed macaques. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 18(2):141(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

449 Crockett, C.M.; Bowden, D.M.; Bowers, C.L.; Sackett, G.P.
Social pairing of longtailed macaques with preferred,
nonpreferred, and randomly assigned cagemates. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology
24(2):94-95(1991).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

450 Crockett, C.M.; Bowers, C.L.; Sackett, G.P.; Bowden, D.M.
Appetite suppression and urinary cortisol responses to different cage sizes and tethering procedures in longtailed macaques. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 20(3):184-185(1990). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

451 Crowley, T.J.; Goebel, A.; Nesbitt, T. Inexpensive outdoor enclosure for Japanese macaques used in biobehavioral research. Laboratory Animal Science 39(5):420-424(1989).
NAL call number: 410.9 P94

452 DiGregorio, G. The effects of woodchips and buried food on behavior patterns and psychological well-being of captive rhesus monkeys. (dissertation) Dissertation Abstracts International 50(11- B):5353(1990).
NAL call number: Z5055.U49D53

453 Drewsen, K.H. The importance of auditory variation in the
homecage environment of socially housed rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). (dissertation) Dissertation Abstracts International 50(12- B):5924(1989).
NAL call number: Z5055.U49D53

454 Eaton, G.G.; Kelley, S.T.; Axthelm, M. Assessment of
psychological well-being in paired rhesus females. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 24(2): 97-98(1991).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

455 Ernst, J.; Evans, H.L.; Taylor, J.D. A brief test of foraging for socialization and evaluation of well-being: Comparison of macaques and tamarins. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, pp. 39-40.

456 Evans, H.L.; Taylor, J.D.; Ernst, J.; Graefe, J.F. Methods to evaluate the well-being of laboratory primates: Comparisons of macaques and tamarins. Laboratory Animal Science
39(4):318-323(1989).
NAL call number: 410.9 P94

457 Goosen, C. Developing housing facilities for rhesus monkeys prevention of abnormal behavior. In: New Developments in Biosciences: Their Implications for Laboratory Animal Science; The Third Symposium of the Federation of European Laboratory Animal Science Associations, Amsterdam, Netherlands Beynen, A.C.; Solleveld, H.A. (eds.), Dordrecht, Netherlands; Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1988, pp. 67-70.
NAL call number: QL55 F43 1987

458 Gullekson, R.; Bench, L.; Harrigan, K.; Pyle, K.
Seed-feeder as a foraging device for singly housed cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis). Lab Animal 20(6):44-46(1991). NAL call number: QL55.A1L33

459 Harris, D. Welfare and housing of old world non-human primates (Macaca fascicularis and Papio sp.) UFAW Animal Welfare Research Report: No.1 Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, England; Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, 1988, 64 pp. NAL call number: HV4701.U4 no. 1

460 Heath, M. The training of cynomolgus monkeys and how the human to animal relationship improves with environmental and mental enrichment. Animal Technology 40(1):11-22(1989). NAL call number: QL55.15

461 Hinds, K.; Ballard, R. Providing an enriched environment for rhesus monkeys in spaceflight. (Abstract) In: The
Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, pp. 41.

462 Houser, W.D.; Reinhardt, V.; Cowley, D.; Eisele, S.; Vertein, R. Socializing individually caged female rhesus monkeys for the purpose of environmental enrichment. Laboratory Animal Science 37(4):509(1987).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

463 Iguchi, M.; Izawa, K. Digging and eating of underground
plant-parts by wild Japanese monkeys (Macaca fuscata). Primates 31(4):621-624(1990).
NAL call number: QL737 P9B39

464 Inoue, M. Factors influencing vocalizing motivations in
social interactions of Japanese monkeys. Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takenaka, O.; Iwamoto, M. (eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 1990, pp. 177-178.
NAL call number: QL737.P9I532 1990

465 Kalin, N.H.; Shelton, S.E.; Barksdale, C.M. Separation
distress in infant rhesus monkeys: Effects of diazepam and Ro 15-1788. Brain Research 408(1, 2):192-198(1987).

466 Kaplan, M.L.; Lobao, B.J. A unique housing system for rhesus macaques. Lab Animal 20(6):48-50(1991).
NAL call number: QL55.A1L33

467 Kaumanns, W.; Wilde, J.; Schwibbe, M.; Hindahl, J.;
Klensang, H. [On the behavior of lion-tailed macaques (Macaca silenus)]. Zeitschrift des Klner Zoos 31(3):87-106(1988).

468 Kopecky, J.; Reinhardt, V. Comparing the effectiveness of PVC swings versus PVC perches as environmental enrichment objects for caged female rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). Laboratory Primate Newsletter 30(2):5-8(1991).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

469 Lam, K; Rupniak, N.M.; Iversen, S.D. Use of a grooming and foraging substrate to reduce cage stereotypies in macaques. Journal of Medical Primatology 20(3):104-109(1991).
NAL call number: QL737.P9J66

470 Lee-Parritz, D.E.; Petto, A.J.; Casto, M.B.; Mcintyre, D. Social housing of a timed-mating rhesus monkey colony. Laboratory Animal Science 40(5):549(1990).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

471 Lindburg, D.G. Ecological requirements of macaques.
Laboratory Animal Science 41(4):315-322(1991).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

472 Line, S.W.; Clarke, A.S.; Markowitz, H. Adult female rhesus macaque responses to novel objects. Lab Animal 18(4):33-35, 37, 39-40(1989).
NAL call number: QL55.A1L33

473 Line, S.W.; Clarke, A.S.; Markowitz, H. Plasma cortisol of female rhesus monkeys in response to acute restraint. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 26(4):1-4(1987).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

474 Line, S.W.; Clarke, A.S.; Markowitz, H.; Ellman, G.
Responses of female rhesus macaques to an environmental enrichment apparatus. Lab Animal 24(3):213-220(1990).
NAL call number: QL55.A1L33

475 Line, S.W.; Houghton, P. Influence in an environmental enrichment device on general behavior and appetite in rhesus macaques. Laboratory Animal Science 37(4):508(1987).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

476 Line, S.W.; Markowitz, H.; Morgan, K.N.; Strong, S. Effects of cage size and environmental enrichment on behavioral and physiological responses of rhesus macaques to the stress of daily events. In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychological Association, 1991, pp. 160-179.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

477 Line, S.W.; Morgan, K.N. The effects of two novel objects
on the behavior of singly caged adult rhesus macaques. Laboratory Animal Science 41(4):365-369(1991).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

478 Line, S.W.; Morgan, K.N.; Markowitz, H. Pair formation
among adult female long-tailed macaques (Macaca fascicularis). (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 24(2):115-116(1991). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

479 Line, S.W.; Morgan, K.N.; Markowitz, H.; Strong, S. Heart rate and activity of rhesus monkeys in response to routine events. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 28(2):9-12(1989). NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

480 Line, S.W.; Morgan, K.N.; Markowitz, H.; Strong, S. Increased cage size does not alter heart rate of behavior in female rhesus monkeys. American Journal of Primatology 20(2):107-113(1990).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

481 Line, S.W.; Morgan, K.N.; Markowitz, H.; Strong, S.
Influence of cage size on heart rate and behavior in rhesus monkeys. American Journal of Veterinary Research
50(9):1523-1526(1989). NAL call number: 41.8 AM3A

482 Line, S.W.; Morgan, K.N.; Roberts, J.A.; Markowitz, H. Preliminary comments on resocialization of aged rhesus macaques. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 29(1):8-12(1990).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

483 Line, S.W.; Morgan, K.N.; Roberts, J.A.; Markowitz, H.
Resocialization of aged rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 20(3):208(1990). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

484 Machida, S.; Inoue, M.; Takenaka, O. Alliance formation in a captive group of Japanese monkeys: Matrilineal kinship, paternity and reproductive success. Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takenaka, O.; Iwamoto, M. (eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 1990, pp. 141-144. NAL call number: QL737.P9I532 1990

485 Mader, D.R.; Cello, S.; Maul, D.H. Modification of a standard primate lab care cage to facilitate rehabilitation and exercise of macaques. Laboratory Animal Science 37(4):543(1987). NAL call number: 410.9P94

486 Meunier, L.D.; Duktig, J.T.; Landi, M.S. Modification of stereotype behavior in rhesus monkeys using videotapes, puzzlefeeders, and foraging boxes. (Abstract) Laboratory Animal Science 39(5):479(1989).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

487 Nakagawa, N. Choice of food patches by Japanese monkeys
(Macaca fuscata). American Journal of Primatology 21:17-29(1990). NAL call number: QL737 P9A5

488 Novak, M.A.; O'Neill, P.; Suomi, S.J. Back to the field: Social propensities of lab-born rhesus monkeys living in different environments. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 18(2):158(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

489 Ohta, H.; Matano, S. The development of learning ability in Japanese macaques. Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takenaka, O.; Iwamoto, M. (eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 1990, pp. 305-308.
NAL call number: QL737.P9I532 1990

490 O'Neill, P. Dear Peggy [On maintaining coat condition in
rhesus monkeys]. Humane Innovations and Alternatives in Animal Experimentation: A Notebook 2:25-26(1988).
NAL call number: QL55.H8

491 O'Neill, P. Developing effective social and environment
enrichment strategies for macaques in captive groups. Lab Animal 17(4):23-24, 27-28, 31-33, 36(1988).
NAL call number: QL55.A1L32

492 O'Neill, P. Short-term and long-term benefits of
environmental enrichment on laboratory raised rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). AAZPA [American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums] Regional Conference Proceedings
1989:616-625(1989).

493 O'Neill, P.L. The longterm impact of social and
environmental enrichment on rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta) subjects reared with artificial surrogate mothers. (Abstract) AAZPA [American Association of Zoological Parks and
Aquariums] Annual Conference Proceedings, 1989 pp. 635(1989).

494 O'Neill, P.L.; Novak, M.A.; Suomi, S.J. Normalizing laboratory-reared rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) behavior with exposure to complex outdoor enclosures. Zoo Biology
10(3):237-245(1991).
NAL call number: QL77.5 Z6

495 O'Neill, P.L.; Price, C.S. Customizing an enrichment
program: rhesus monkeys. Lab Animal 20(6):29-34, 36, 38-40, 42(1991).
NAL call number: QL55.A1L33

496 Owren, M.J.; Dieter, J.A. Infant cross-fostering between
Japanese (Macaca fuscata) and rhesus macaques. American Journal of Primatology 18(3):245-250(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

497 Parks, K.A.; Novak, M.A. Water as a medium for promoting
tool use and enrichment in the captive environment of rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 18(2):159-160(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

498 Preilowski, B.; Reger, M.; Engele, H. Combining scientific experimentation with conventional housing: A pilot study with rhesus monkeys. American Journal of Primatology
14(3):223-234(1988).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

499 Ranheim, S.; Reinhardt, V. Compatible rhesus monkeys
provide long-term stimulation for each other. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 28(3):1-2(1989).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

500 Ratnayeke, A. Influence of kinship on the social behavior
between young and adult toque macaques (Macaca sinica) in the wild. Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takenaka, O.; Iwamoto, M. (eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 1990, pp. 137-140.
NAL call number: QL737.P9I532 1990

501 Reinhardt, V. Agonistic behavior responses of socially
experienced, unfamiliar adult male rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) to pairing. Laboratory Primate Newsletter
30(1):5-7(1991).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

502 Reinhardt, V. Alternatives to single caging of rhesus
monkeys. Humane Innovations and Alternatives in Animal Experimentation: A Notebook 3:123-125(1989).
NAL call number: QL55.H8

503 Reinhardt, V. An environmental enrichment program for caged rhesus monkeys at the Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center. In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychological Association, 1991, pp. 149-159.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

504 Reinhardt, V. Are rhesus macaques really so aggressive?
International Zoo News 39(1):14-19(1992).

505 Reinhardt, V. Behavioral responses of unrelated adult male rhesus monkeys familiarized and pared for the purpose of environmental enrichment. American Journal of Primatology 17(3):243-248(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

506 Reinhardt, V. Comparing the effectiveness of pvc perches
versus wooden perches as environmental enrichment objects for singly caged rhesus monkeys. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 29(1):13-14(1990).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

507 Reinhardt, V. Environmental enrichment program for caged
stump-tailed macaques (Macaca arctoides). Laboratory Primate Newsletter 29(2):10-11(1990).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

508 Reinhardt, V. Evaluation of the long-term effectiveness of two environmental enrichment objects for singly caged rhesus macaques. Lab Animal 18(6):31-33(1989).
NAL call number: QL55.A1L33

509 Reinhardt, V. Group formation of previously single-caged
adult rhesus macaques for the purpose of environmental enrichment. Journal of Experimental Animal Science
34(3):110-115(1991).
NAL call number: QL1 J687

510 Reinhardt, V. Implementing an environmental enrichment plan for previously singly-caged Macaca mulatta at a research facility. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 30(3):4-5(1991). NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

511 Reinhardt, V. Preliminary comments on pairing unfamiliar adult male rhesus monkeys for the purpose of environmental enrichment. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 27(4):1-3(1988). NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

512 Reinhardt, V. Re-pairing caged rhesus monkeys. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 28(4):19(1989).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

513 Reinhardt, V. Social enrichment for aged rhesus monkeys
that have lived singly for many years. Animal Technology 42(3):173-177(1991).
NAL call number: QL55 I5

514 Reinhardt, V. Space utilization by captive rhesus macaques. Animal Technology 43:5-11(1992).
NAL call number: QL55 I5

515 Reinhardt, V. Time budget of caged rhesus monkeys exposed to a companion, a pvc perch and a piece of wood for an extended time. American Journal of Primatology 20(1):51-56(1990). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

516 Reinhardt, V. Voluntary progression order in captive rhesus monkey. Zoo Biology 11:61-66(1992).
NAL call number: QL77.5 Z6

517 Reinhardt, V.; Cowley, D.; Eisele, S. Serum cortisol
concentrations of single-housed and isosexually pair-housed adult rhesus macaques. Journal of Experimental Animal Science 34(2):73-76(1991).
NAL call number: QL1 J687

518 Reinhardt, V.; Cowley, D.; Eisele, R.; Vertein, R.; Houser, D. Pairing compatible female rhesus monkeys for cage enrichment has no negative impact on body weight. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 27(1):13- 15(1988).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

519 Reinhardt, V.; Cowley, D.; Eisele, R.; Vertein, R.; Houser, D. Preliminary comments on pairing unfamiliar adult female rhesus monkeys for the purpose of environmental enrichment. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 26(2):5-8(1987).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

520 Reinhardt, V.; Cowley, J.; Scheffler, J.; Vertein, R.
Living continuously with compatible companions is not a distressing experience for rhesus monkeys. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 29(2):16-17(1990).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

521 Reinhardt, V.; Dodsworth, R. Why not socialize singly caged rhesus monkeys? A cinematographic documentation. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 14(4):440(1988).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

522 Reinhardt, V.; Eisele, S. Long-term compatibility of
unrelated rhesus monkeys paired with each other for the purpose of cage enrichment. (Abstract) Laboratory Animal Science 38(4):506-507(1988).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

523 Reinhardt, V.; Eisele, S.; Houser, D. Environmental
enrichment program for caged macaques: a review. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 27(2):5- 6(1988).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

524 Reinhardt, V.; Houser, D.; Eisele, S. Pairing previously
singly caged rhesus monkeys does not interfere with common research protocols. Laboratory Animal Science 39(1):73-74(1989). NAL call number: 410.9P94

525 Reinhardt, V.; Houser, D.; Eisele, S.; Cowley, D.; Vertein, R. Behavioral responses of unrelated rhesus monkey females paired for the purpose of environmental enrichment. American Journal of Primatology 14(2):135-140(1988).
NAL Call Number: QL737.P9A5

526 Reinhardt, V.; Houser, D.; Eisele, S.; Vertein, R.
[Alternative to single caging of rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta)]. Zeitschrift fr Versuchstierkunde 32(6):275-279(1989). NAL call number: 410 Z36

527 Reinhardt, V.; Houser, W.D.; Cowley, D.; Champoux, M. Preliminary comments on environmental enrichment with branches for individually caged rhesus monkeys. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 26(1):1-3(1987).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

528 Reinhardt, V.; Houser, W.D.; Eisele, S.G. Cage enrichment
for singly housed rhesus monkeys. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 12(3):367(1987).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

529 Reinhardt, V.; Houser, W.D.; Eisele, S.G.; Champoux, M.
Social enrichment of the environment with infants for singly caged adult rhesus monkeys. Zoo Biology 6(4):365-371(1987). NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

530 Reinhardt, V.; Reinhardt, A. Impact of a privacy panel on the behavior of caged female rhesus monkeys living in pairs. Journal of Experimental Animal Science 34(2):55-58(1991). NAL call number: QL1 J687

531 Reinhardt, V.; Smith, M.D. PCV pipes effectively enrich the environment of caged rhesus monkeys. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 27(3):4- 5(1988).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

532 Rice, D. The lion-tailed macaque. (Abstract) Ratel
17(3):71-75(1990).

533 Rosenberg, D.P.; Berke, L.A.; Williams, M.P.; Ferandin, J.A. Using computer games for environmental enrichment of rhesus monkeys. Laboratory Animal Science 40(5):548(1990).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

534 Rosenberg, D.P.; Berke, L.A.; Williams, M.P.; Ferandin, J.A. Using computer games for environmental enrichment of rhesus monkeys in space flight and in the vivarium. (Abstract) Laboratory Animal Science 40(5):548(1990).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

535 Ruppenthal, G.G.; Walker, C.G.; Sackett, G.P. Rearing infant monkeys Macaca nemestrina in pairs produces deficient social development compared with rearing in single cages. American Journal of Primatology 25(2):103-114(1991).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

536 Sainsbury, A.W.; Mew, J.A.; Purton, P.; Eaton, B.D.; Cooper, J.E. Management of primates kept for biomedical research. Animal Technology 41(2):87-102(1990).
NAL call number: QL55.I5

537 Santillan-Doherty, A.M.; Mondragon-Ceballos, R. Male-female coalitions in dominance takeovers in a captive group of stumptail macaques. Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takenaka, O.; Iwamoto, M. (eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 1990, pp. 145- 146.
NAL call number: QL737.P9I532 1990

538 Schapiro, S.J.; Bloomsmith, M.A.; Keeling, M.E. A
comparison of the effects of physical and feeding enrichment on singly caged specific pathogen free (SPF) rhesus monkey yearlings. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology
20(3):231-232(1990).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

539 Schapiro, S.J.; Bloomsmith, M.A.; Keeling, M.E. Short-term effects of environmental enrichment on the behavior of singly-caged specific pathogen free (SPF) rhesus monkey yearlings. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology
20(3):232(1990).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

540 Schapiro, S.J.; Bloomsmith, M.A.; Kessel, A.L.; Bushong, D. Effects of environmental enrichment on the social behavior of pair-housed juvenile specific pathogen free (SPF) rhesus monkeys. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 24(2):133-134(1991). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

541 Schapiro, S.J.; Bloomsmith, M.A.; Kessel, A.L.; Keeling, M.E. Effects of environmental enrichment on plasma cortisol levels of juvenile specific-pathogen-free (SPF) rhesus monkeys. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 24(2):134(1991). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

542 Schneider, M.L.; Moore, C.F.; Suomi, S.J.; Champoux, M. Laboratory assessment of temperament and environmental enrichment in rhesus monkey infants (Macaca mulatta). American Journal of Primatology 25(3):137-155(1991).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

543 Scott, L. Environmental enrichment for marmosets and rhesus monkeys. In: Laboratory Animal Welfare Research - Primates Hertfordshire, England; Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, 1989, pp. 26-30.
NAL call number: QL737 P9L3

544 Suomi, S.J. Role of individual differences in fostering and promoting psychological well-being in rhesus monkeys. In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, p. 15.

545 Suomi, S.J.; Novak, M.A. The role of individual differences in promoting psychological well-being in rhesus monkeys. In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychological Association, 1991, pp. 50-56.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

546 Takeda, S.; Asano, T. Social learning of curiosity behavior in a captive group of Japanese monkeys: Characteristics in age-sex classes. Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takenaka, O.; Iwamoto, M. (eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 1990, pp. 345- 346.
NAL call number: QL737.P9I532 1990

547 Toriqoe, T. Further report on object manipulation in non-
human primates: A comparison within 15 species of the genus Macaca. Primates 28(4):533-538 (1987).

548 Triosi, A.; Schino, G. Environmental and social influences on autogrooming behavior in a captive group of Java monkeys. Behavior 100(1-4):292-302(1987).
NAL Call Number: 410 B393

549 Washburn, D.A.; Rumbaugh, D.M. Investigations of rhesus
monkey (Macaca mulatta) video-task performance: evidence for enrichment. (Abstract) AALAS Bulletin 30(4):18(1991).

550 Watson, L. Use of enrichment devices by four species of macaques in various housing situations. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 20(3):242(1990).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

551 Weick, B.G.; Perkins, S.E.; Burnett, D.E.; Rice, T.R.
Environmental enrichment objects and singly housed rhesus monkeys: Individual preferences and the restoration of novelty. (Abstract) AALAS Bulletin 30(4):18(1991).

552 Weld, K.; Erwin, J. Provision of manipulable objects to cynomolgus macaques promotes species-typical behavior. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 20(3):243(1990).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

553 Weld, K.; Metz, B.; Erwin, J. Environmental enrichment for (Macaca fasicularis): Effects of shape and substance of manipulable objects. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 24(2):139(1991).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

554 Westergaard, G.C.; Lindquist, T. Manipulation of objects in a captive group of lion-tailed macaques (Macaca silenus). American Journal of Primatology 12(2):231-234(1987).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

555 Woodbeck, T.; Reinhardt, V. Perch use by Macaca mulatta in relation to cage location. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 30(4):11-12(1991).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

556 Yap, K.L.; Awang, A. Care and management of new-born
formula-fed cynomolgus monkeys for diarrhoea studies. Animal Technology 40(1):5-9(1989).
NAL call number: QL55 I5

Other Old World Monkeys

557 Bloomstrand, M.; Maple, T.L. Management and husbandry of African monkeys in captivity. Monographs in Primatology 10:197-234(1987).

558 Bielitzki, J.T.; Ruppenthal, G.C. Nursery rearing of Old World monkeys. AAZV [American Association of Zoo Veterinarians] Annual Proceedings, 1989 pp. 193-196. (Brief communication) 559 Bramblett, C.A. Enrichment options for Guenons in the laboratory. American Journal of Primatology 1:59-63(1989). NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

560 Davies, G. Seed-eating by Red Leaf monkeys (Presbytis rubicunda) in dipterocarp forest of northern Borneo.
International Journal of Primatology 12(2):119-144(1991). NAL call number: QL737 P9I54

561 Fairbanks, L.A. Who benefits from allomaternal care in vervet monkeys? (Sixtieth Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, April 2-6, 1991) American Journal of Physical Anthropology (Suppl.12):71-72(1991).

562 Fairbanks, L.A. Reciprocal benefits of allomothering for female vervet monkeys. Animal Behavior 40(3):553-562(1990). NAL call number: QL751 S26

563 Hattenbach, H. Effect of different environmental conditions on behavior of Cercopithecus petaurista. (Abstract) 154th National American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting Boston, MA; February 11-15, 1988 Washington, DC; American Association for Advancement of Science, pp. 117.

564 Taff, M.A.; Dolhinow, P. Langur monkeys (Presbytis entellus) in captivity. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989, pp. 291-304. NAL call number: QL737 P9H78

565 Maki, S.; Fineg, I.; Bramblett, C. The psychological well-being of a captive guenon troop (Cercopithecus aethiops and C. mitis) enhanced by a naturalistic and enriched environment. In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, pp. 42-43.

566 Mitchell, G.; Herring, F.; Obradovich, S.; Tromborg, C.; Dowd, B.; Neville, L.E.; Field, L. Effect of visitors and cage changes on the behaviors of mangabeys. (Abstract) Zoo Biology 10(5):417-424(1991).
NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

567 Mitchell, G.; Obradovich, S.; Sumner, D.; DeMorris, K.;
Lofton, L.; Minor, J.; Cotton, L.; Foster, T. Cage location effects on visitor attendance at three Sacramento Zoo mangabey enclosures. Zoo Biology 9(1):55-63(1990).
NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

NEW WORLD MONKEYS

Marmosets and Tamarins

Family: Callitrichidae

568 Box, H.O. Behavioral responses to environmental change observations on captive marmosets and tamarins (Callitrichidae). Animal Technology 39(1):9-16(1988).
NAL call number: QL55.I5

569 Box, H.O.; Hubrecht, R.C. Long-term data on the
reproduction and maintenance of a colony of common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus jacchus). Lab Animal 21(3):249-260(1987). NAL call number: QL55.A1L33

570 Chamove, A.S. Moving callitrichid monkeys from cages to outside areas. Zoo Biology 8(2):151-163(1989).
NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

571 Chamove, A.S.; Rohrhuber, B. Moving callitrichid monkeys
from cages to outside areas. Zoo Biology 8(2):151-163(1989). NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

572 Ernst, J.; Evans, H.L.; Taylor, J.D. A brief test of foraging for socialization and evaluation of well-being: Comparison of macaques and tamarins. In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, pp. 39-40.

573 Evans, H.L.; Taylor, J.D.; Ernst, J.; Graefe, J.F. Methods to evaluate well-being of laboratory primates: Comparisons of macaques and tamarins. Laboratory Animal Science
39(4):318-323(1989).
NAL call number: 410.9 P94

574 Forster, F.C. Exploratory behavior in the marmoset
(Callithrix-jacchus-jacchus) under conditions of varying object novelty and training procedures. Australian Primatology 6(1):8-9(1991).

575 Francis, L.; Moore, R.T.; Raymond, R.T.; Baskerville, A. The housing and handling of marmosets and tamarins infected with AIDS and other retroviruses. In: New Developments in Biosciences: Their Implications for Laboratory Animal Science Beynen, A.C.; Solleveld, H.A. (eds.), Boston, MA; Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1988, pp. 99-103.
NAL call number: QL55 F43 1987

576 Harrison, M.L.; Sherwood, R.J.; Tardif, S.D. Differential
use of wooden cage furniture in callitrichid primates: Implications for psychological well-being. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, p. 40.

577 Johnson, E.O.; Kamilaris, T.C.; Carter, S.; Gold, P.W.; Chrousos, G.P. Environmental stress and reproductive success in the common marmoset callithrix-jacchus-jacchus. American Journal of Primatology 25(3):191-201(1991).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

578 Johnson, L.D.; Petto, A.J.; Sehgal, P.K. Reproduction and
parental behavior as measures of psychological well-being of cotton top tamarins. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, pp. 13-14.

579 Johnson, L.D.; Petto, A.J.; Sehgal, P.K. Survival and reproduction as measures of psychological well-being in cotton-top tamarins (Saguinus oedipus). In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychology Association, 1991, pp. 93- 102.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

580 Jorgensen, M.O. Tamarins - small, fascinating, mischief
makers, which require some special attention and care. (Abstract) Nord Herpetol Foren 31(5):134-141(1988).

581 Koenig, A.; Rothe, H.; Radespiel, U.; Darms, K.; Bodemeyer, J. [Gnawing sticks for marmosets]. Zeitschrift des Klner Zoos 30(3):107-108(1987). (German w/ English summary)

582 Maxwell, J. Pygmy marmosets: Sap-harvesters of the Amazon. Zoonooz 64(2):12-14(1991).
NAL call number: QL1.Z65

583 Molzen, E.M.; French, J.A. Environmental enrichment and
novel feeding techniques in lion tamarins. (Abstract) American Journal of Primatology 12(3):361(1987).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

584 Molzen, E.M.; French, J.A. The problems of foraging in
captive callitrichid primates: Behavioral time budgets and foraging skills. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F.
(ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989, pp. 89-101. NAL call number: QL737 P9H78

585 Moodie, E.; Chamove, A.S. Brief threatening events beneficial for captive tamarins? Zoo Biology 9(4):275-286(1990). NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

586 Norconk, M.A. Mechanisms promoting stability in mixed Saquinus mystax and S. fuscicollis troops. American Journal of Primatology 21(2):159-170(1990).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

587 Poole, T.B. Environmental enrichment for marmosets. Animal Technology 41(2):81-86(1990).
NAL call number: QL55.I5

588 Price, E.C.; McGrew, W.C. Cotton-Top tamarins (Saguinus
(O.) Oedipus) in a semi-naturalistic captive colony. American Journal of Primatology 20(1):1-12(1990).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

589 Redshaw, M.E.; Mallinson, J.J.C. Stimulation of natural
patterns of behavior: Studies with golden lion tamarins and gorillas. In: Primate Responses to Environmental Change Box, H.O. (ed.), London, Chapman and Hall, 1991, pp. 217-238.
NAL call number: QL737 P9P74 1990

590 Schoenfeld, D. Effects of environmental impoverishment on the social behavior of marmosets (Callithrix jacchus). American Journal of Primatology (Suppl.1):45-51(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

591 Scott, L. Environmental enrichment for marmosets and rhesus monkeys. In: Laboratory Animal Welfare Research - Primates Hertfordshire, England; Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, 1989, pp. 26-30.
NAL call number: QL737 P9L3

592 Scott, L. Environmental enrichment for single housed common marmosets. In: Primate Responses to Environmental Change Box, H.O. (ed.), London, Chapman & Hall, 1991, pp. 265-274. NAL call number: QL737 P9P74 1990

593 Scullion, F.T. Husbandry, breeding and maintenance of a viable population of cotton top tamarins (Sanguinus oedipus oedipus). Animal Technology 38(3):167-174(1987).
NAL call number: QL55.I5

594 Snowdon, C.T. Promoting psychological well-being in captive callitrichids. (Abstract) In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, pp. 18.

595 Snowden, C.T.; Savage, A. Psychological well-being of captive primates: General considerations and examples from callitrichids. In: Housing, Care, and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989, p. 75-88.
NAL call number: QL737.P9H78

596 Tardif, S.D.; Carson, R.L.; Gangaware, B.L. Infant-care
behavior of mothers and fathers in a communal-care primate, the cotton-top tamarin (Saguinus Oedipus). American Journal of Primatology 22(2):73-85(1990).
NAL call number: QL737 P9A5

597 Tardif, S.D.; Clapp, N.K.; Henke, M.A.; Carson, R.L.;
Knapka, J.J. Maintenance of cotton-top Tamarins fed an experimental pellet diet versus a highly diverse sweetened diet. Laboratory Animal Science 38(5):588-591(1988).
NAL call number: 410.9 P94

Cebid Monkeys

Family: Cebidae

598 Adams, B.W.; Adair, E.R.; Olsen, M. Two enrichment devices for Saimiri sciureus. (Abstract) AALAS Bulletin 30(4):23(1991).

599 Anderson, J.R.; Roeder, J. Responses of capuchin monkeys (Cebur apella) to different conditions of mirror image stimulation. Primates 30(4):581-587(1989).
NAL call number: QL737 P9B39

600 Bayne, K.; Dexter, S.; Suomi, S. Social housing ameliorates behavioral pathology in Cebus apella. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 30(2):9-12(1991).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

601 Bramblett, C.A. Enrichment options for guenons in the
laboratory. American Journal of Primatology
(Suppl.1):59-63(1989).
NAL call number: QL737.P9A5

602 Collinge, N.E. Mirror reactions in a zoo colony of Cebus
monkeys. Zoo Biology 8:89-98(1989).
NAL call number: QL77.5 Z6

603 Combette, C.; Anderson, J.R. Responses to two environmental enrichment techniques in two primate species in a laboratory setting (Cebus apella, Lemur macaca). Cahiers D'ethologie 11(1):1-16(1991). (French w/English summary)

604 Dillard, D.L.S. Effects of individual caging on cortisol levels and percentages of circulating T cell subsets in juvenile squirrel monkeys (Saimirira boliviensis). (masters thesis) Masters Abstracts International 28(4):645(1990).
NAL call number: Z5055 U5M3

605 Fragaszy, D.M.; Adams-Curtis, L.E. Environmental challenges in groups of capuchins. In: Primate Responses to Environmental Change Box, H.O. (ed.), London; Chapman and Hall, 1991, pp. 239-264.

606 Fragaszy, D.M.; Visalberghi, E. Social processes affecting the appearance of innovative behaviors in capuchin monkeys. Folia Primatologica 54(3-4):155-165(1990).
NAL call number: QL737 P9F6

607 Fragaszy, D.M.; Visalberghi, E. Social influences on the
acquisition of tool using behavior in tufted capuchin monkeys (Cebus apella). Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology 103(2):159-170(1989).
NAL call number: 410 J822

608 Harmon, J. Environmental enrichment and reduction of
agonistic interactions in captive Aotus trivirgatus. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 81(2):235-236(1990).

609 Hayes, S.L. Increasing foraging opportunities for a group of captive capuchin monkeys (Cebus capucinus). Laboratory Animal Science 40(5):515-519(1990).
NAL call number: 410.9P94

610 Hayes, S.L. Increasing foraging opportunity for a group of captive cebus monkeys (Cebus capucinus). In: The Psychological Well-being of Captive Primates, Conference Boston, Harvard Medical School, 1988, pp. 41.

611 Izawa, K. Foods and feeding behavior of wild black-capped Capuchin (Cebus apella). Primates 20(1):57-76(1979). NAL call number: QL737 P9B39

612 King, J.E.; Norwood, V.R. Free-environment rooms as alternative housing for squirrel monkeys. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989, pp. 102-114.
NAL call number: QL737 P9H78

613 Lloyd, R.L.; Kling, A.S. Delta activity from amygdala in
squirrel monkeys saimiri-sciureus influence of social and environmental context. (Abstract) Behavioral Neuroscience 105(2):223-229(1991).
NAL call number: QP351 B45

614 Mendoza, S.P.; Mason, W.A. Behavioral and endocrine
consequences of heterosexual pair formation in squirrel monkeys. Physiology and Behavior 46(4):597-603(1989).
NAL Call Number: QP1.P4

615 Salzen, E.A. A closed colony of squirrel monkeys for
laboratory studies. In: Housing, Care and Psychological Well-being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Segal, E.F. (ed.), Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989, pp. 115-134. NAL call number: QL737 P9H78

616 Thornhill, A. Observations on the benefit of environmental enrichment when group housing male squirrel monkeys. In: Institute of Animal Technology Congress Proceedings Edinburgh, Institute of Animal Technology, 1991, pp. 28.

617 Ueno, Y. Urine-washing in tufted Capuchin (Cebus apella): Discrimination between groups by urine-odor. Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takenaka, O.; Iwamoto, M. (eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 1990, pp. 297-300.
NAL call number: QL737.P9I532 1990

618 Valerrama, X.; Srikosamatara, S.; Robinson, J.G.
Infanticide in wedge-capped capuchin monkeys, Cebus olivaceus. Special issue: Adaptation and adaptability of capuchin monkeys. Folia Primatologica 54(3-4):171-176(1990).
NAL call number: QL737 P9F6

619 Visalberghi, E.; Vitale, A.F. Coated nuts as an enrichment device to elicit tool use in tufted capuchins (Cebus apella). Zoo Biology 9(1):65- 71(1990).
NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

620 Visalberghi, E.; Riviello, M.C. The integration into a
social group of a hand-reared brown capuchin (Cebus apella). International Zoo Yearbook 26:232-236(1987).
NAL call number: QL76.I5

621 Williams, L.E.; Abee, C.R.; Barnes, S.R.; Ricker, R.B. Cage design and configuration for an arboreal species of Primate. Laboratory Animal Science 38(3):289-291(June 1988).
NAL call number: 410.9 P94

623 Wolff, A.V. Polyvinyl chloride piping as perch material for squirrel monkeys. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 28(1):7(1989). NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

624 Zucker, E.L.; Deitchman, M.; Watts, E. Behavioral evaluation of exhibit modifications designed to accommodate an aged diana monkey. Zoo Biology 10(1):69-74(1991).
NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

PROSIMIANS

Lemurs

Family: Lemuridae

625 Brockman, D.K.; Willis, M.S.; Karesh, W.B. Management and husbandry of ruffed lemurs, varecia variegata, at the San Diego Zoo, III. Medical considerations and population management. Zoo Biology 7(3):253-262(1988).
NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

626 Brockman, D.K.; Willis, M.S.; Karesh, W.B. Management and
husbandry of ruffed lemurs varecia variegata at the San Diego Zoo California, USA II. Reproduction pregnancy parturition litter size infant care and reintroduction of hand-raised infants. Zoo Biology 6(4):349-364(1987).
NAL call number: Ql77.5.Z6

627 Brockman, D.K.; Willis, M.S.; Karesh, W.B. Management and
husbandry of ruffed lemurs varecia variegata at the San Diego Zoo California USA I. Captive population San Diego zoo housing and diet. Zoo Biology 6(4):341-348(1987).
NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

628 Combette, C.; Anderson, J.R. [Responses to two
environmental enrichment techniques in two primate species in a laboratory setting (Cebus apella, Lemur macaca)]. Cashiers D'ethologie 11(1):1-16(1991). (French w/English summary)

629 Ganzhorn, J.U. Soil consumption of two groups of semi-free- ranging Lemurs (Lemur catta and Lemur fulvus). Ethology 74:146-154(1987).
NAL call number: QL750 E74

630 Harcourt, C. Diet and behavior of a nocturnal lemur, Avahi laniger, in the wild. Journal of Zoology 233(4):667-674(1991). NAL call number: 410.9 L84P

631 White, F.J. Social organization, feeding ecology, and reproductive strategy of ruffed lemurs, (Varencia variegata). Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takenaka, O.; Iwamoto, M. (eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 1990, pp. 81-84.
NAL call number: QL737.P9I532 1990

Other Prosimians

632 Cowgill, U.M.; States, S.J.; States, K.J. A twenty-five- year chronicle of a group of captive nocturnal prosimians (Perodicticus potto). Mammal Review 19(2):83-89(1989). NAL call number: QL700.M24

633 Haring, D.M. Natural history and captive management of Verreaux's sifaka. International Zoo Yearbook 27:125-134(1988). NAL call number: QL76.I5

634 Iwano, T.; Iwakawa, C. Feeding behavior and hand manipulation of the aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis). Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takenaka, O.; Ewamoto, M. (eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 1990, pp. 707-708.
NAL call number: QL737.P9I532 1990

635 Izard, M.K. Efforts to promote psychological well-being in prosimian primates at the Duke University Primate Research Center. In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychological Association, 1991, pp. 137-148.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

636 Macedonia, J.M. Effects of housing differences upon
activity budgets in captive sifakas propithecus verreauxi. Zoo Biology 6(1):55- 68(1987).
NAL call number: QL77.5.Z6

637 Nash, L.T. Development of food sharing in captive infant (Galago senegalensis braccatus). Primatology Today Ehara, A.; Kimura, T.; Takenaka, O.; Iwamoto, M. (eds.), Elsevier Science Publishers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 1990, pp. 181-182. NAL call number: QL737.P9I532 1990

638 Nash, L.T.; Chilton, S.M. Space or novelty?: Effects of altered cage size on galago behavior. American Journal of Primatology 10:37-49(1986).
NAL call number: QL737 P9A5

639 Roberts, M. Management and husbandry of the western tarsier (Tarsius bancanus) at the National Zoological Park. Laboratory Primate Newsletter 27(2):1-4(1988).
NAL call number: SF407 P7L3

640 Wright, P.C.; Haring, D.; Simons, E.L.; Andau, P.T. A
conservation perspective. Primate Conservation (8):51-54(1987). NAL call number: QL737 P9 P6723

BIBLIOGRAPHIES

641 Boysen, S.T. Primate Enrichment: An Annotated Bibliography Columbus, OH; Ohio State University, 1989, 130 pp.
NAL call number: Z7996 P85B69

642 Kenyon, K. Recommended List of Books and Other Information Resources for Zoo and Aquarium Libraries. Smithsonian Institution Libraries, National Zoological Park, Washington DC, 20008, 1987.

643 National Agricultural Library, USDA; National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health; Office for Protection from Research Risks, National Institutes of Health Information Resources for Environmental Enrichment of Primates: 1987-1990 Beltsville, MD; National Agricultural Library, 1991, 35 pp.

644 Novak, M.A. Welfare of nonhuman primates in research settings: A bibliography. Washington, DC; American Psychological Association, 1200 17th Street, N.W., 1988, 56 pp.

645 Novak, M.A.; Drewsen, K.H.; Beckley, S.A. The welfare of nonhuman primates in research settings: A bibliography. In: Through the Looking Glass Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Washington, DC; American Psychological Association, 1991, pp. 221-273.
NAL call number: SF407 P7T49 1991

646 Pritchard, J.L. Primate Welfare, Well-being and Enrichment Studies and Legislation: a Selected Bibliography, 1987-1989: A Selective Bibliography Seattle, Primate Information Center, 1989, 23 pp. (Stock #89-013) Ordering Information: Primate Information Center, Regional Primate Research Ctr SJ-50, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195.

647 Pritchard, J.L. Primate Welfare, Well-being and Enrichment Studies and Legislation: 1989-1990 Update: A Selective Bibliography Seattle, Primate Information Center, 1990, 17 pp. (Stock #90-008) Ordering Information: Primate Information Center, Regional Primate Research Center SJ-50, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195.

648 Pritchard, J.L. Primate Welfare, Well-being and Enrichment Studies and Legislation: 1990-1991 Update: A Selective Bibliography Seattle, Primate Information Center, 1991, 13 pp. (Stock #91-006) Ordering Information: Primate Information Center, Regional Primate Research Center SJ-50, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195.

649 Williams, J.B. Environmental Enrichment For Captive Nonhuman Primates: A Bibliography, 1972-1987 Seattle, Primate Information Center, 1987, 5 pp. Ordering Information: Primate Information Center, Regional Primate Research Ctr SJ-50, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195.

650 Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center. Chimpanzees: A Bibliography of Audiovisual Materials: 1929-1990 Madison, WI; Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center, Audio-Visual Services, Publication 002- 90, 1991, 18 pp.

651 Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center. Gorillas: An Annotated Bibliography of Audiovisual Materials: 1938-1990 Madison, WI; Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center, Audio-Visual Services, Publication 003-90, 1991, 10 pp.

MONOGRAPHS

652 Box, H.O. (ed.), Primate Responses to Environmental Change New York, NY; Routledge, Chapman and Hall, 1991, 442 pp. NAL call number: QL737 PGP74 1990 653 Canadian Council on Animal Care, Social and Behavioral Requirements of Experimental Animals (SBREA) Ottawa, Canadian Council on Animal Care, 1991, 100+ pp.

654 De Waal, F. Peacemaking Among Primates Cambridge, MA; Harvard University Press, 1989, 294 pp. (ISBN 0-674-65920-1) NAL call number: QL737 P9W28

655 Driscoll, J.W. (ed.), Animal Care and Use in Behavioral Research: Regulations, Issues, and Applications Beltsville, MD; National Agricultural Library, 1989, 120 pp. (ISBN
P-B90-11993-4)
NAL call number: AHV4762 A3A64

656 International Primatological Society Captive Care
Committee. International Primatological Society International Guidelines for the Acquisition, Care and Breeding of Nonhuman Primates Nairobi, Institute of Primate Research, National Museums of Kenya, 1988, 27 pp. Edited version reprinted in: Primate Report (25):3-27(1989).

657 Landon, J.C., Primate Environmental Enrichment Report No. NSF/ISI-88054 Rockville, MD; SEMA, Inc., 1988, 9 pp. (Ordering Information: NTIS #PB91-186015. National Technical Information Service, U.S. Department of Commerce, Springfield, VA 22161)

658 Mench, J.A.; Krulisch, L. (eds.), Well-being of Nonhuman Primates in Research Bethesda, MD; Scientists Center for Animal Welfare, 1990, 86 pp.
NAL call number: QL737.P9W44

659 National Institutes of Health, National Institutes of
Health Non-Human Primate Management Plan Bethesda, MD; National Institutes of Health, 1991, 49 pp.

660 National Institutes of Health, Resources for Comparative Biomedical Research Bethesda, MD; National Center for Research Resources, National Institutes of Health,, NIH publication no. 91-1431, 1991, 72 pp.

661 Novak, M.A.; Petto, A.J. (eds.), Through the Looking Glass: Issues of Psychological Well-being in Captive Non-human Primates Washington, DC; American Psychological Association, 1200 17th Street, N.W., 1991.

662 Segal, E.F. (ed.), Housing, Care and Psychological Well- being of Captive and Laboratory Primates Park Ridge, NJ; Noyes Publications, 1989, 544 pp.
NAL call number: QL737.P9H78

663 Rollin, B.E.; Kesel, M.L. (eds.), The Experimental Animal
in Biomedical Research. Volume I - A Survey of Scientific and Ethical Issues For Investigators Boca Raton, FL; CRC Press, 1990. (ISBN 0-8493-4981-8)

664 Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, Laboratory Animal Welfare Research - Primates Hertfordshire, England; Universities Federation for Animal Welfare, 1989, 56 pp. (ISBN 0-900767-57-x)
NAL call number: QL737 P9L3

665 Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center. Audiovisual Resources in Primatology Madison, WI; University of Wisconsin - Madison, 1991, 128 pp.

AUTHOR INDEX Abee, C.R. 051, 621
Abshire, M.L. 329
Adair, E.R. 598
Adams, B.W. 598
Adams-Curtis, L.E. 605
Adang, O.M.J. 299
Alford, P.L. 060, 091, 306, 307,
345, 351
Alongi, C. 023
Altmann, J. 265
Andau, P.T. 640
Anderson, C. 266
Anderson, D.C. 284
Anderson, J.R. 024, 052, 102, 169,
267, 420, 439, 599, 603, 628
Applebee, K.A. 423
Asano, T. 546
Ashmore-Declue, P. 424
Ator, N.A. 228
Awang, A. 556
Axthelm, M. 454
Baer, J.F. 70
Bailey, H. 376
Ballard, R. 461
Banker, F.S. 040
Barksdale, C.M. 237, 465
Barnes, S.R. 051, 621
Bartecki, U. 425
Baskerville, A. 575
Baskin, G.B. 445
Bayne, K. 026, 053, 075, 076, 079,
080, 081, 170, 241, 273, 426, 427, 600
Bayne, K.A.L. 027, 054, 077, 078, 230
Beardsley, P.M. 228
Beaver, B.V. 082
Beckley, S. 083, 084
Beckley, S.A. 085, 645
Beirise, J. 428
Bemment, N. 409, 410
Bench, L. 458
Bennett, B.T. 003, 158, 223, 411
Bennett, C.L. 171
Bercovitch, F.B. 086
Berke, L.A. 534
Bernstein, I.S. 087, 260
Berthier, J.L. 278
Besch, E.L. 172
Bhardwaj, K.R. 231
Bielitski, J.T. 028, 110, 447, 558
Blackmore, W.M. 088
Bloom, K.R. 089, 429, 430
Bloomsmith, M.A. 055, 060, 090, 091, 092,
153, 154, 304, 305, 306, 307, 308, 309,
310, 311, 328, 348, 351, 352, 363, 368,
372, 373, 538, 539, 540, 541
Bloomstrand, M.A. 345, 374, 557
Boccia, M.L. 431, 432, 433
Bodamer, M. 329
Bodamer, M.D. 093, 312, 313, 330
Bodemeyer, J. 581
Boesche, C. 314
Boesche, H. 314
Bose, U. 414
Bowden, D.M. 028, 274, 434, 449, 450
Bowers, C.L. 434, 449, 450
Box, H.O. 094, 568, 569
Boysen, S.T. 641
Bradbury, R. 327
Bradfield, E. 403
Bramblett, C. 173, 565
Bramblett, C.A. 095, 559, 601
Brent, L. 096, 097, 154, 315, 316, 317,
318, 319, 320, 321, 322, 326
Brent, L.Y. 055, 349
Brinkley, P. 377
Brinkman, C. 029
Brockman, D.K. 625, 626, 627
Brokenshire, B. 098, 435
Brotman, B. 361, 362
Brown, A.D. 261
Brown, B. 081
Brown, J.L. 236
Bruner, G. 030
Bryant, C.E. 436
Bryne, G.D. 437
Buirski, P. 323
Burnett, D.E. 551
Burt, D.A. 438
Bushong, D. 153, 540
Butter, S.J. 380
Campbell, G. 079, 080, 427
Carey, A. 110, 447
Carey, K.D. 107, 412
Carman, M. 409, 410
Carroll, M.E. 228
Carson, G. 344
Carson, R.L. 256, 596, 597
Carter, S. 577
Casto, M.B. 470
Catlow, G. 099
Cello, S. 485
Chamove, A.S. 100, 101, 102, 103,
174, 175, 176, 275, 439, 570, 571, 585
Champoux, M. 104, 105, 146, 440, 441,
442, 527, 529, 542
Chapman, C.A. 232
Chapman, L.J. 232
Chapple, W.P. 177
Chilton, S.M. 638
Chivers, D.J. 178
Chrousos, G.P. 577
Clapp, N.K. 597
Clark, A.B. 179
Clark, B. 056, 106
Clarke, A.S. 122, 443, 444, 472,
473, 474
Clarke, M.R. 445
Coburn, C. 378, 396
Coe, C.L. 180, 181
Coe, J.C. 031
Coelho, A.M. 107, 412
Collazo, V.E. 446
Combette, C. 603, 628
Condon-Roybal, L. 023
Contel, N.R. 108
Cook, M. 089, 430
Cooper, J.E. 292, 536
Cooper, P. 159
Cotton, L. 567
Cowley, D. 215, 216, 462, 517,
518, 519, 520, 525, 527
Crockett, C. 109, 110, 119, 276,
434, 447
Crockett, C.M. 448, 449, 450
Crowley, T.J. 023, 451
Czekala, N. 379, 392
Dahl, J.F. 408
Daly, A. 096
Dantzer, R. 182
Darms, K. 581
Davies, G. 560
Davis, J.A. 129
Davis, R.T. 171
Dayan, A.D. 277
de Abrev, M.C. 324
Deitchman, M. 624
Deitrick, R. 040
Demarest, J. 004
Demontoy-Bomsel, M.C. 278
Demoor, G. 032
DeMorris, K. 567
Denny, J. 113
Desmond, T. 413
De Waal, F.B.M. 183, 325, 654
Dexter, S. 079, 080, 427, 600
Dexter, S.L. 054
Diamond, J. 279
Dienske, H. 362
Dieter, J.A. 243, 496
DiGregorio, G. 440, 452
Dillard, D.L.S. 604
Divers, S.J. 280
Dodsworth, R. 521
Dold, G.M. 155
Dolhinow, P. 564
Dow, S.M. 111
Dowd, B. 566
Drewsen, K.H. 132, 453, 645
Duggin, G.G. 417
Dukelow, K.B. 184
Dukelow, R.W. 184
Duktig, J.T. 185, 486
Dunbar, R.I.M. 414
Eaton, B.D. 292, 536
Eaton, G.G. 454
Eichberg, J.W. 097, 315, 316, 317, 318,
319, 320, 321, 322, 326, 362
Eisele, R. 518, 519
Eisele, S. 068, 215, 216, 462, 517, 522,
523, 524, 525, 526
Eisele, S.J. 146, 528, 529
Ek, A. 340
Elias, K. 028
Ellman, G. 122, 443, 474
Engele, H. 498
Erkert, H.G. 033
Ernst, J. 189, 455, 456, 512, 513
Erschler, W. 181
Erwin, J. 057, 186, 327, 356, 357,
552, 553
Erwin, J.M. 187
Espey, L. 390
Etzler, D. 054
Evans, H.L. 188, 189, 455, 456,
572, 573
Evans, S. 377
Everitt, J.I. 152
Fa, J.E. 190
Fairbanks, L.A. 233, 561, 562
Fajzi, K. 112
Favata, G.F. 392
Ferandin, J.A. 533, 534
Field, K.J. 113
Fineg, I. 565
Fingold, S.A. 291
Finlay, T.W. 090, 240, 308, 389
Fitch, A.L. 328
Fleming, L. 381
Fornoville, L. 032
Forster, F.C. 574
Foster, T. 567
Fouts, D.H. 312, 329, 330, 331, 332
Fouts, R.S. 312, 313, 329, 330,
331, 332
Fragaszy, D.M. 605, 606, 607
Francis, L. 575
Franklin, J. 351
French, J.A.583, 584
Friedman, R. 005
Fritz, J. 034, 115, 333, 353, 354
Gangaware, B.L. 256, 596
Ganser, R.J. 040
Ganzhorn, J.U. 629
Garner, M.J. 417
Garnham, B. 361
Gau, C. 072
Gheres, A. 392
Gil, J.R. 035, 334
Gilbert, S.G. 114
Glassman, D.M. 380
Glosser, J.W. 061
Goebel, A. 451
Goerke, B. 381
Gold, P.W. 577
Gomez, J.C. 035, 334
Goodall, J. 036, 313, 335, 336, 362
Goosen, C. 037, 457
Gordon, T.P. 284
Gore, M.A. 234
Gorena, R. 342
Gorena, R.L. 343
Gould, K.G. 284
Graefe, J.F. 189, 456, 573
Graham, C.E. 337
Green, R.J. 338
Greenberg, G. 407
Griede, T. 038
Grief, L. 115
Gullekson, R. 458
Guthrie, C.A. 039
Hamilton, P. 116, 117
Hancock, R.G.V. 383
Hannah, A.C. 339, 361
Harcourt, C. 235, 630
Haring, D. 640
Haring, D.M. 046, 229, 633
Harmon, J. 608
Harrigan, K. 458
Harris, D. 415, 459
Harris, D.H.R. 191
Harrison, M.L. 576
Hattenbach, H. 563
Hayes, A. 192
Hayes, S.L. 609, 610
Heath, M. 460
Heath, S.J. 118, 119
Hemelrijk, C.K. 340
Hempel, M. 104, 441
Henke, M.A. 597
Herring, F. 566
Hindahl, J. 467
Hinds, K. 461
Holden, C. 193
Honjo, S. 281
Horton, C. 043
Horvath, J.S. 417
Hosey, G.R. 275
Houghton, P. 475
Houser, D. 068, 216, 518, 519, 523, 524,
525, 526
Houser, S.F. 282
Houser, W.D. 146, 462, 527, 528, 529
Houston, B.J. 162
Hunt, R.D. 007, 008
Hutchins, M. 276
Iguchi, M. 463
Inoue, M. 464, 484
International Primatological Society-

Captive Care Committee 656
Itakura, S. 341
Iverson, S.D. 048, 436
Iwamoto, T. 236
Izard, M.K. 058, 177, 229, 635
Izawa, K. 463, 611
Jackson, D. 389
Jerome, C.P. 416
Johnson, E.O. 577
Johnson, G. 344
Johnson, L.D. 578, 579
Johnston, J. 009
Jorgensen, M.O. 580
Kaemmerer, K. 385
Kalin, N.H. 237, 465
Kamilaris, T.C. 577
Kaplan, M.L. 466
Karesh, W.B. 625, 626, 627
Kaumanns, W. 467
Keeling, M.E. 059, 060, 092, 153,
283, 309, 345, 538, 539, 541
Kelley, J. 326
Kelley, J.A. 349
Kelley, S.T. 454
Kempfer, L. 346
Kennedy, K. 347
Kennedy, M.M. 244
Kenyon, K. 642
Kessel, A.L. 153, 540, 541
Kessler, M.J. 086
King, F.A. 061, 284
King, J.E. 612
Kingswood, S. 380
Klein, H.J. 040
Klensang, H. 467
Kling, A.S. 613
Knapka, J.J. 597
Knitter, G.H. 128
Koenig, A. 581
Kopecky, J. 120, 468
Koritnik, D.R. 445
Krueger, M. 238
Kubicz, G. 113
Lam, K. 121
LaMalfa, S. 382
Lambeth, S.P. 092, 309, 348
Landi, M.S. 486
Landon, J. 327
Landon, J.C. 657
Lasley, B.L. 392
Laudenslager, M.L. 433
Laverne, S.E. 177
LeBron, M.R. 086
Lee, D.R. 097, 317, 318, 319, 320, 321,
322, 326, 349
Lee, P.C. 285
Lee-Parritz, D.E. 470
LeMieux, T.P. 070
Leonard, E.A. 010
Levine, S. 194
Lindburg, D. 239
Lindburg, D.G. 471
Lindquist, T. 554
Line, S. 042, 195, 202, 443
Line, S.W. 062, 122, 123, 124, 196, 197,
198, 199, 472, 473, 474, 475, 476, 477,
478, 479, 480, 481, 482, 483
Lloyd, R.L. 613
Lobao, B.J. 466
Lofton, L. 567
Lorden, R.B. 225
Lubach, G. 181
Macallum, G.E. 162
Macedonia, J.M. 046, 636
Machida, S. 484
Maclean, J.M. 417
Mader, D.R. 485
Magen, W. 038
Mahaney, W.C. 383
Mahoney, J. 350, 358
Mainzer, H. 079, 427
Maki, S. 115, 238, 351, 352, 374, 565
Malaga, C.A. 070
Maljukova, I.V. 253
Mallinson, J.J.C. 391, 589
Moiseeva, L.A. 253
Maple, T.L. 090, 091, 200, 240, 307, 308,
389, 557
Markham, R.J. 263, 402
Markowitz, H. 041, 042, 122, 124, 125,
195, 197, 198, 199, 201, 202, 286, 443,
472, 473, 474, 476, 478, 479, 480, 481,
482, 483
Marriott, B.M. 049
Marshall, P.E. 423
Marshland, H.D. 177
Martin, L.N. 445
Martin, N. 096
Martin, T. 353
Mason, W.A. 203, 204, 444, 614
Matano, S. 489
Matevia, M. 353, 354
Maul, D.H. 485
Maxwell, J. 582
McCarthy, T.407
McCully, C. 027, 079, 230
McGrew, W.C. 588
McIntosh, J.S. 155
Mcintyre, D. 470
McNab, A.M. 423
McWilliam, A. 287
Meenan, J.E., Jr. 384
Meller, L. 355, 385
Mendoza, S.P. 205, 614
Merhalski, J.J. 090, 308, 328
Meritt, D.A., Jr. 288
Mestries, J.C. 072
Metz, B. 105, 356, 357, 442, 553
Meunier, L.D. 185, 486
Mew, J.A. 292, 536
Meyer, J.S. 290
Migler, B. 126
Milhaud, C. 072
Miller, J. 011, 012
Miller-Schroeder, P. 386
Minor, J. 567
Mitchell, G. 566, 567
Mitchell, R.W. 387
Moazed, T.C. 127
Moberg, G.P. 206, 444
Molzen, E.M. 583, 584
Mondragon-Ceballos, R. 537
Moodie, E. 175, 585
Moodie, E.M. 103, 176
Moor-Jankowski, J. 358
Moore, C.F. 542
Moore, R.T. 575
Morgan, K. 197, 198, 199
Morgan, K.N. 123, 124, 476, 477,
478, 479, 480, 481, 482, 483
Morton, W.R. 128
Mosely, J.R. 129
Murchison, M.A. 130, 131
Nadler, R.D. 359
Nakagawa, N. 487
Nankivell, B. 034, 354
Nash, L. 353
Nash, L.T. 637, 638
National Institutes of Health 659, 660
Neder, A. 388
Nesbitt, T. 451
Neville, L.E. 566
Niemi, S.M. 207
Nogge, G. 289
Nogues, C. 072
Norconk, M.A. 586
Norton, G.W. 418
Norwood, V.R. 612
Novak, M. 083, 084, 208
Novak, M.A. 132, 209, 210, 211, 241, 242,
290, 291, 488, 494, 497, 545, 644, 645
Nowak, M. 344
O'Neill, P. 064, 133, 134, 135, 136, 488,
490, 491, 492
O'Neill, P.L. 044, 137, 493, 494, 495
Obradovich, S. 566, 567
Office of Animal Care and Use - NIH 063
Ogden, J. 043
Ogden, J.J. 389
Ohta, H. 489
Olsen, M. 598
Otta, E. 324
Owren, M.J. 243, 496
Pape, R. 147
Paquette, D. 360
Parks, K.A. 497
Patterson, F. 244, 390
Patterson, J.D. 245, 386
Pereira, M.E. 045, 046
Perkins, L. 043, 403
Perkins, L.A. 404
Perkins, S.E. 551
Petto, A.J. 291, 470, 578, 579
Phippard, A.F. 417
Plant, M. 438
Plutchik, R. 323
Poole, T.B. 047, 212, 213, 214, 246,
247, 587
Pouch, W.J. 040
Preilowski, B. 498
Prescott, J. 360
Price, C.S. 044, 495
Price, E.C. 588
Priest, G.M. 166, 248
Prince, A.M. 361, 362
Pritchard, J.L. 646, 647, 648
Pruetz, J.D. 363
Purton, P. 293, 536
Pyle, K. 458
Radell, P. 407
Radespiel, U. 581
Ranheim, S. 499
Ratnayeke, A. 500
Raymond, R.T. 575
Redshaw, M.E. 391, 589
Reger, M. 498
Reichard, T.A. 392
Reid, D. 355
Reinhardt, A. 148, 530
Reinhardt, V. 065, 066, 067, 068, 104, 120,
138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145,
146, 147, 148, 149, 215, 216, 249, 428,
441, 462, 468, 499, 501, 502, 503, 504,
505, 506, 507, 508, 509, 510, 511, 512,
513, 514, 515, 516, 517, 518, 519, 520,
521, 522, 523, 524, 525, 526, 527, 528,
529, 530, 531, 555
Reite, M. 433
Reynolds, S. 410
Rhine, R.J. 418
Rice, D. 532
Rice, T.R. 551
Ricker, R.B. 051, 621
Riviello, M.C. 620
Roberts, B. 150
Roberts, J.A. 151, 482, 483
Roberts, M. 639
Robinson, J.G. 618
Roeder, J. 599
Rogers, K. 364
Rohrhuber, B. 571
Rolland, R.M. 217
Rosenberg, D.P. 533, 534
Rosenblum, L.A. 218, 250
Rosenthal, M.A. 393
Ross, P.W. 152
Rothe, H. 581
Rowell, J. 159
Ruempler, U. 394, 395
Rumbaugh, D.M. 365, 549
Rupniak, N.M. 436, 469
Rupniak, N.M.J. 048, 121
Ruppenthal, G.G. 535, 558
Ruppert, G. 071
Ryan, P. 099
Sackett, G.P. 219, 434, 449, 450, 535
Sainsbury, A.W. 292, 536
Salzen, E.A. 049, 615
Samuels, W.M. 013
Santillan-Doherty, A.M. 537
Sapolsky, R. 220
Sass, P. 366
Satterfield, W.C. 154
Savage, A. 222, 595
Savage-Rumbaugh, E.S. 365
Savage-Rumbaugh, S. 367
Schacherl, U. 405
Schaetzel, P. 275
Schapiro, S.J. 055, 153, 154, 368, 538,
539, 540, 541
Schefferly, N. 369
Scheffler, J. 180, 520
Schellekens, H. 362
Schino, G. 548
Schmidt, E.M. 155
Schmitt, K. 128
Schneider, M.L. 440, 542
Schoenfeld, D. 590
Schwibbe, M. 467
Schwindaman, D.F. 014
Scott, L. 543, 591, 592
Scullion, F.T. 593
Sehgal, P.K. 578, 579
Seymour, S. 406
Shade, R.E. 412
Shaw, H.L. 156
Shellabarger, W. 167, 251
Shelton, S.E. 237, 465
Shepherdson, D. 157, 221, 406, 409, 410
Sherwood, R.J. 576
Shimoji, M. 119
Shipley, D. 312
Shopland, J.M. 252
Shumaker, R.W. 370
Silakov, V.L. 253
Simon, E.L. 229
Simons, E.L. 046, 640
Simpton, D. 396
Singh, S. 168, 254
Smith, A. 239
Smith, M. 149
Smith, M.D. 531
Smith, P.M. 128
Smith, W. 015
Snowdon, C.T. 050, 264, 594
Spector, M.R. 158, 223, 411
Srikosamatara, S. 618
States, K.J. 632
States, S.J. 632
Stelert, A.A. 040
Stoppa, F. 420
Strong, S. 197, 198, 199, 476. 479, 480,
481
Struthers, E.J. 159, 337
Sumner, D. 567
Sunde, V. 397
Suomi, S. 080, 081, 255, 427, 600
Suomi, S.J. 044, 105, 211, 242, 437, 440,
442, 488, 494, 542, 544, 545
Susor, T.G. 028, 128
Swenson, R.B. 293
Swyers, J.P. 371
Szostak, L. 416
Taff, M.A. 564
Takeda, S. 546
Takenaka, O. 214, 484
Tardif, S.D. 256, 576, 596, 597
Taylor, J.D. 188, 189, 455, 456, 572, 573
Taylor, L.L. 373
Tembrock, G. 224
Tena-Betancourt, E. 086
Thomas, R.K.225
Thompson, M.A. 372, 373
Thornhill, A. 616
Tiller, D.J. 417
Tobach, E. 407
Tompkins, A.E. 374
Triosi, A. 548
Tromborg, C. 566
Tudge, C. 294, 295, 296
Tumanguil, J. 119
Ueno, Y. 617
Universities Federation for Animal
Welfare 160, 664
USDA - APHIS 018
Uvarova, I.A. 253
Valerrama, X. 618
Vancatova, M.A. 257
Vandenbergh, J.G. 226
VanHooff, J.A.R.A.M. 299
VanPuijenbroeck, P. 297
Vehrs, K. 019
Velez, A. 110, 447
Vertein, R. 216, 462, 518, 519, 520, 525,
526
Visalberghi, E. 024, 052, 169, 267, 298,
606, 607, 619, 620
Vitale, A.F. 619
Walker, C.G. 535
Walsh, A.C. 291
Washburn, D. 365
Washburn, D.A. 549
Watson, D.S.B. 161, 162
Watson, L. 550
Watson, L.M. 163
Watts, D.P. 383, 398
Watts, E. 624
Weick, B.G. 551
Weld, K. 356, 357, 552, 553
Weller, R.E. 070
Welshman, M.D. 020
Wensing, J.A. 299
White, F.J. 631
Widowski, T. 227
Wierman, E.L. 070
Wilde, J. 467
Williams, E. 023
Williams, J.B. 649
Williams, L.E. 051, 621
Williams, M.P. 533, 534
Willis, F.B. 380
Willis, M.S. 625, 626, 627
Wisconsin Regional Primate Research
Center 650
Wolff, A.V. 071, 127, 623
Wolfle, T.L. 021, 022
Wood, K.L. 419
Woodbeck, T. 555
Woods, S. 399, 400, 401
Woolverton, W.L. 228
Wrenshall, E. 114
Wright, P.C. 229, 259, 640
Wynn, G.M. 418
Wynn, R.D. 418
Yamada, F. 079, 080, 427
Yap, K.L. 556
Yarbrough, C.J. 284
Young, S.P. 311
Zerath, E. 072
Zucker, E.L. 624
PRIMATE INFORMATION RESOURCES

NORTH AMERICAN RESOURCES:

American Association for Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) 70 Timber Creek, Suite 5
Cordova, TN 38018
TELEPHONE: (901)754-8620
CONTACT: Donald Keene, Executive Director
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Non-profit, professional
RESOURCES/SERVICES: International in scope. Serves as a
clearinghouse for
collection and exchange of information on all phases of laboratory animal care and
management, use and procurement of laboratory animals used in
biomedical
research. Educational materials, guides, and audiovisuals. Hold annual meetings
that have workshops or seminars on environmental enrichment.
Publish
Contemporary Topics - a bimonthly journal with an expanded peer
reviewed
section on topics such as clinical management and husbandry.
REQUESTOR: Anyone.
COSTS: Charge for materials (members are charged a lower rate).

American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine (ACLAM)
The Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Pennsylvania State University
PO Box 850
Hershey, Pennsylvania 17033
TELEPHONE: (717)531-8462
CONTACT: Dr. C. Max Lang, Secretary-Treasurer
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Private organization of
veterinarians
specializing in laboratory animal medicine
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Sponsor symposia on infectious and metabolic diseases
in laboratory animals. Conducts continuing education forums.
Publishes quarterly ACLAM Newsletter. Publishes various publications on
laboratory animals, such as, The Biology of the Laboratory Rabbit, The Biology of
the Guinea Pig, The Laboratory Rat, Spontaneous Animal Models of Human
Disease, The Mouse in Biomedical Research, and Laboratory Animal Medicine.
REQUESTOR: Veterinarians and those working with laboratory
animals.
COSTS: Charge for publications and for symposia.

American Society of Laboratory Animal Practitioners
University of Texas Medical School
6431 Fannin Street, Room B 236
Houston, TX 77030
TELEPHONE: (713)792-5127
CONTACT: Bradford S. Goodwin, Jr., Secretary-Treasurer
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Private group of veterinarians RESOURCES/SERVICES: Personal knowledge of veterinarians. REQUESTOR: Anyone.
COSTS: None.

American Society of Primatologists
Department of Obstetrics-Gynecology
Rush Medical College
600 South Paulina St.
Chicago, Illinois
TELEPHONE: (312)942-2152
CONTACT: Dr. Richard Rawlins, President
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Non-profit, academic
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Variety of information on primates. Hold
summer
programs to present scientific information. These programs rotate through college
campuses.
REQUESTOR: Anyone.
COSTS: None for information, charge for use of mailing list.

Animal Welfare Information Center (AWIC)
National Agricultural Library
10301 Baltimore Boulevard
Beltsville, Maryland 20705
TELEPHONE: (301)504-6212
CONTACT: Jean Larson, Coordinator
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Public, non-profit, government agency
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Vast collection of serials, monographs, and audiovisuals
within the National Agricultural Library. Documents may be
borrowed through an
interlibrary loan. For more information on document delivery,
contact
(301)504-5755. The Center performs brief complimentary searches of AGRICOLA
and other relevant databases. The Center can also assist you in formulating your
own database searches, provides conference facilities and host
training sessions,
and make available speakers and/or a tabletop exhibit for
training sessions,
conferences, and workshops. The Center produces bibliographies
on topics such
as stress, analgesia, animal testing alternatives, training
materials and other
relevant topics to animal welfare.
REQUESTOR: Anyone.
COSTS: None for information, exhaustive searches on a cost
recovery basis.

Association of Primate Veterinarians
Hazelton Laboratories America, Inc.
9200 Leesburg Turnpike
Vienna, Virginia 22180
TELEPHONE: (703)893-5400 (ext. 381)
CONTACT: Dr. Dan W. Delgard, Secretary
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Private association of
veterinarians
interested in primates
RESOURCES/SERVICES: The veterinarians themselves. Opportunity
for members
to exchange information, ideas, comments, and questions.
REQUESTOR: Members.
COSTS: None.

Brown University
Psychology Department
Providence, Rhode Island 02912
TELEPHONE: (401)863-2511
BITNET: PRIMATE@BROWNVM
INTERNET: PRIMATE@BROWNVM.BROWN.EDU
CONTACT: Judith Schrier
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: private, academic
RESOURCES/SERVICES: News and information that will be of help
and interest to
persons involved in research with nonhuman primates. Laboratory Primate
Newsletter, published quarterly, providing information on the
care, breeding, and
supply of nonhuman primates; information and news bearing on
nonhuman primate
research; research problems and solutions; and conservation of
nonhuman
primates. A Directory of Programs in Primatology and Primate
Research is issued
periodically.
REQUESTOR: Anyone with an interest and involved in nonhuman
primate research.
COSTS: Fee for publications and newsletter.

California Primate Research Center
University of California, Davis
Davis, California 95616
TELEPHONE: (916)752-0420
FAX: (916)752-2880
CONTACT: Andrew Hendrickx, Ph.D., Director
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Public, academic
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Provide brochures on the Center's program.
Conduct
collaborative research. Maintain an environmental enrichment program and will
consult with researchers and investigators interested in this
area. Biological
samples are provided on special request. Diagnostic and clinical laboratory
services are available.
REQUESTOR: Researchers.
COSTS: Fee-for-service basis.

Canadian Council on Animal Care (CCAC)
1000 - 151 Slater Street
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1P 5H3
TELEPHONE: (613)238-4031
TELEX: 053-3329
FAX: (613)238-2837
CONTACT: Dr. James Wong, Director of Assessments
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Private, non-profit
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Establishment and enforcement of standards
and
guidelines (in Canada) concerning the use of animals in research, testing and
teaching. Maintain active, expert committees on all aspects of
animal care and
use. The Council's program is based on its major publication
"Guide to the Care
and Use of Experimental Animals," Volume 1 (1980) and Volume 2
(1984). Within
these two documents the subject of nonhuman primates and
environmental
enrichment are addressed. CCAC conducts workshops and training
courses on
various aspects of the care and use of experimental animals, as
well as, the
training of personnel working with these animals. The Council
addresses
alternative methods and conducts a course on tissue culture.
Semi-annually
publishes the newsletter, Resource.
REQUESTOR: Anyone.
COSTS: Free of charge.

Caribbean Primate Research Center
University of Puerto Rico
Medical Sciences Campus
PO Box 1053
Sabana Seca, Pueto Rico 00749
TELEPHONE: (809)784-6619
FAX: (809)795-6700
CONTACT: Matt Kessler, D.V.M.
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Public, academic
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Information on collaborative research,
facility design.
Maintains a computerized database of primate information. Maintains and operates
an anthropological and biomedical osteologic research museum
housing over 2,000
specimens from various primate species.
REQUESTOR: Investigators and collaborating scientists.
COSTS: Fee-for-service basis.

Department of Comparative Medicine
Primate Research Laboratory
College of Medicine
University of South Alabama
Mobile, Alabama 36688
TELEPHONE: (205)460-6239
FAX: (205)460-7783
CONTACT: Christian Abee, D.V.M.
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Public, academic
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Computerized behavioral, genetic,
reproductive and
clinical information on Aotus and Saimiri New World Primate species. Tissues and
body fluids (Saimiri only).
REQUESTOR: Research laboratories requiring information on these species.
COSTS: Phone consultation usually performed at no charge. Other services
include fee-for-service.

Foundation for Biomedical Research (FBR)
818 Connecticut Ave. N.W. Suite 303
Washington, DC 20006
TELEPHONE: (202)457-0654
FAX: (202)457-0659
CONTACT: Ms. Frankie Trull, President
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Private, non-profit
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Variety of publications, videotapes,
posters, brochures
and books on the use of animals in research. Produce Speaker's Kit: The Use of
Animals in Biomedical Research. This addresses the issue of
animal research in a
public forum.
REQUESTOR: Voluntary contributors (both individuals and
institutions).
Complimentary materials are provided to students and teachers
with interest in the
issues.
COSTS: No charges for services. Some materials provided free of charge, while
others require prepayment.

Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources (ILAR)
National Academy of Sciences
2101 Constitution Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20418
TELEPHONE: (202)334-2590
FAX: (202)334-1687
BITNET: TWOLFLE@NAS
INTERNET: TWOLFLE@NAS.EDU
CONTACT: Dorothy Greenhouse, Ph.D.
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: ILAR is a unit of the National Research
Council's (NRC) Commission on Life Sciences (CLS). The NRC in
the working arm
of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS), a private, non-
governmental,
non-profit organization.
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Information on a wide variety of topics
related to
laboratory animals and emerging adjuncts and alternatives to
animal use.
Assignments of genetic identification for unique colonies.
Guidelines that assist in
the implementation of national policies or laws. Information to teachers and
students about animals in science and careers in biology. ILAR's information
database, which is published as Animals for Research: A
Directory of Sources.
This assists scientists inn locating specific animals and models, including
nonhuman primates. Produce ILAR NEWS - a quarterly journal,
available
free-of-charge to institutional animal care and use committees,
scientists, and
veterinarians. Reports specific to nonhuman primates such as
Laboratory Animal
Management: Nonhuman Primates. A study on the well-being of
nonhuman
primates is currently underway by an ILAR committee. Manage
Animal Models and
Genetic Stocks Information Exchange Program.
REQUESTOR: Anyone.
COSTS: None.

International Primatological Society
Dept of E.E. Biology
Princeton University
Princeton, New Jersey 08544
CONTACT: Alison Jolly, Ph.D.
TELEPHONE: (609)258-5381
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Public, non-profit, academic
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Variety of information on primates, provided by the
members. Hold a Congress on primatology every two years. Support training
programs in primate conservation around the world.
REQUESTOR: Anyone.
COSTS: Free information, charge for use of mailing list.

National Library of Medicine (NLM)
Bethesda, Maryland 20209
TELEPHONE: (301)496-6097 or 1-800-272-4787
CONTACT: Fritz Gluckstein, D.V.M., Coordinator for Veterinary
Affairs
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Public
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Library - extensive collection of serials,
monographs,
audiovisuals can be accessed by anyone. Computer based systems
of information
retrieval include MEDLARS, MEDLINE, CANCERLIT, AVLINE, TOXLINE,
and
Grateful Med.
REQUESTOR: Anyone.
COSTS: $7.00 for each filled interlibrary loan.

New England Regional Primate Research Center
One Pine Hill Drive
Southborough, Massachusetts 01772
TELEPHONE: (508)624-8002
FAX: (508)460-0612
CONTACT: Ronald Hunt, D.V.M., Director
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Private
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Library collection.
REQUESTOR: Anyone.
COSTS: Fee-for-service basis.

New Mexico Regional Primate Research Laboratory
New Mexico State University
Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico 88330
TELEPHONE: (505)479-2118
FAX: (505)479-4103
CONTACT: Preston Marx, Ph.D., Director
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Public
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Maintain a library of medical primatology
references. Will
conduct modest requests for information. Staff of behaviorist
and veterinarians
may used as consultants on the care, handling, and well-being of chimpanzees and
macaques.
REQUESTOR: Facility not open to the public, researchers may
schedule a visit
through the director.
COSTS: None for information.

Oregon Regional Primate Research Center
505 N.W. 185th Avenue
Beaverton, Oregon 97006
TELEPHONE: (503)645-1141
FAX:Administration(503)690-5532
Research Bldg.(503)690-5563
Neuroscience(503)690-5384
CONTACT: B. Vaughn Critchlow, Ph.D., Director
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Private
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Library - primate collection (both
historical and
contemporary); primate data base; 200 current journal
subscriptions; 20,000
bound volumes. Publications - Primate News published quarterly. Videos -
Benevolent Primate Husbandry available for loan or sale. For
more information
contact Dr. Sue Iliff-Sizemore at 503-690-5298. Will respond to inquiries.
REQUESTOR: Public education, academic and research institutions. COSTS: Fee-for-service basis.

Primate Foundation of Arizona
P.O. Box 86
Tempe, Arizona 85281
TELEPHONE: (602)832-3780
FAX: 1-602-830-7039
CONTACT: Paul Fritz
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Private
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Twenty-five years of experience with captive chimpanzees; forming groups, resocialization, environmental
enrichment,
appropriate housing, management, and breeding. Published the Chimpanzee
Wellness Program in 1991.
REQUESTOR: Anyone.
COSTS: No charge.

Primate Information Center SJ-50
Regional Primate Research Center
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195
TELEPHONE: (206)543-4376
FAX: (206)685-0305
CONTACT: Jackie Pritchard, Ph.D., Project Manager
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Public academic institution
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Bibliographic information relevant to research on
nonhuman primates. Provide limited access to our journals and books to outside
users. This is negotiated individually.
REQUESTOR: Anyone.
COSTS: Fee-for-service basis.

Scientists' Center for Animal Welfare (SCAW)
4805 St Elmo Avenue
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
TELEPHONE: (301)654-6390
FAX: (301)907-3993
CONTACT: Lee Krulisch, Coordinator
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Private, non-profit
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Publications, including conference
proceedings, training
manuals, and materials from other organizations. Publications - Canine Research
Environment and Well-Being of Nonhuman Primates in Research.
Each contains
proceedings from conferences sponsored by SCAW.
REQUESTOR: Anyone.
COSTS: Some services are free, others are fee-for-services
basis.

Tulane Regional Primate Research Center
18703 Three Rivers Road
Covington, Louisiana 70433
TELEPHONE: (504)892-2040 (ext.201)
CONTACT: Peter Gerone, Sc.D., Director
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Private institution that is a component of
Tulane University
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Library is available. Pathology sections
and slides can be
accessed by prior arrangements.
REQUESTOR: Any investigator with meritorious need for conducting research with
nonhuman primates and their tissues.
COSTS: The charge for tissues and specimens are the actual cost of collecting
and shipping. Fee schedules for technical assistance, use of the electron
microscope, X-ray, laboratory tests and pathology services
provided upon request.

University of Southwestern Lousiana
New Iberia Research Center
100 Avenue D
New Iberia, Lousiana 70560
TELEPHONE: (318)365-2411
FAX: (318)373-0057
CONTACT: William Greer, D.V.M.
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: State, public, non-profit
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Knowledge of staff and researchers.
REQUESTOR: Government and industrial research communities with legitimate
biomedical investigations.
COSTS: Cost reimbursement plus negotiated fee.

University of Texas
Veterinary Resources Department
M.D. Anderson Science Park
Route 2, Box 151-B1
Bastrop, Texas 78602
TELEPHONE: (512)321-3991
FAX: (512)321-1423
CONTACT: Mollie Bloomsmith, Ph.D.
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Public, academic
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Psychologists and veterinarians with
expertise in primate
care and enrichment who can serve as consultants. Conduct a workshop to
instruct primate care-givers in primate training and enrichment. Developing and
improving techniques of behavioral rehabilation, as well as
improving the
husbandry and well-being of chimpanzees.
REQUESTOR: People working with primates in a laboratory,
academic or zoo
setting.
COSTS: Arranged on an individual basis.

Washington Regional Primate Research Center
I-421 Health Sciences SJ-50
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington 98195
TELEPHONE: (206)543-0440
FAX: (206)685-0305
CONTACT: Douglas Bowden, M.D., Director
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Public, academic
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Computerized citations of world's research
literature
using or regarding non-human primates. Provide published and custom
bibliographies. Maintains the Primate Supply Information
Clearinghouse and the
Tissue Distribution Program. Maintains a collection of slides, x rays, dental casts,
anthropometric measurements, developmental data on social
behavior, videotapes
of labor and delivery, learning assessment data, and computerized historical data.
REQUESTOR: research scientists.
COSTS: Fee-for-service basis.

Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center
1220 Capital Court
Madison, Wisconsin 53715-1299
TELEPHONE: (608)263-3512
FAX: (608)263-4031
E-MAIL: JACOBSON@PRIMATE.WISC.EDU
CONTACT: Viktor Reinhardt, Ph.D.
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: public, academic
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Extensive library, slide and audiovisuals
collection.
Provide referral services. Publish a catalog of audiovisual holdings entitled
Audiovisual Resources in Primatology. Publish the first
International Directory of
Primatology. Maintain and operate an international electronic
discussion forum for
primatologist entitled PRIMATE-TALK. You can join this forum by sending a
message to PRIMATE-TALK-REQUEST@PRIMATE.WISC.EDU. or by calling
(608)263-3512.
REQUESTOR: Anyone.
COSTS: Fee-for-service basis and for materials.

Yerkes Regional Primate Research Center
Emory University
Atlanta, Georgia 30322
TELEPHONE: (404)727-7712
FAX: (404)727-7845
CONTACT: Frederick King, Ph.D., Director
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Private, academic
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Scientific publications of Yerkes
scientists, videos, and
historical information on the Yerkes Center. Publish the newsletter Inside Yerkes
and other general interest publications.
REQUESTOR: Anyone.
COSTS: Informational services are free, but due to limited
personnel, requests
from students and the public are limited.

EUROPEAN RESOURCES:

British Laboratory Animals Veterinary Association
Honorary Secretary
C/O BVA
7 Mansfield Street
London, Wimoat, United Kingdom
TELEPHONE: (0304)616391
CONTACT: Mr. A.J. Webb, Honorary Secretary
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: private
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Slide programs on lab animal diseases,
training materials,
speakers notes and slides (eg. surgery and anaesthesia), and
access to expert
advice.
REQUESTOR: Veterinary surgeons with interests in laboratory
animal health and
welfare.
COSTS: None.

Institute of Animal Technology
12 Animal Unit, Western General Hospital
Crewe Road South
Edinburgh EH4 2XU, Scotland
CONTACT: Mrs. Joan S. Robertson, Honorary Secretary

Laboratory Animal Science Assoc.
20 Queensberry Place
London SW7 2D7, England
TELEPHONE: 01-581-8333
CONTACT: G. Curry, Information Officer

Primate Society of Great Britain
Department of Biology
The Open University, Walton Hall
Milton Keynes MK76AA, England
TELEPHONE: (0908)652506
CONTACT: Dr. Robert Hubrecht, Secretary

Universities Federation for Animal Welfare
8 Hamilton Close
South Mimms, Potters Bar
Hertfordshire EN6 3QD, England
TELEPHONE: +44-707-58202
FAX: +44-707-49279
TYPE OF INSTITUTION/ORGANIZATION: Private
RESOURCES/SERVICES: Publications, reprints, videos, educational brochures, and
advisory services. Published a quarterly scientific journal
entitled Animal Welfare,
which brings together information from zoos, laboratories, farms and companion
animals.
REQUESTOR: Anyone.
COSTS: None, but voluntary contributions are welcomed for
consultant work.

JOURNALS CONTAINING PRIMATE INFORMATION

AAZPA Communique
American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums, Oglebay Park, Wheeling,
WV 26003-1698. Tel. (304)242-2160.

ACCART News
ISSN 1032-3945
Australian Council for the Care of Animals in Research and
Teaching, P.O. Box 45,
Glen Osmond, SA, Australia, 5064. Tel. (08)372-2393.

Acta Zoologica
ISSN 0001-7272
Pergamon Press Inc. Ltd., Headington Hill Hall, Oxford OX3 0BW
United Kingdom.
Tel. (0865)64881.

Advances in Veterinary Science and Comparative Medicine
ISSN 0065-3519
Academic Press, 1250 6th Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101. Tel. (218) 723-9828.

Advances in the Study of Behavior
ISSN 0065-3454
Academic Press, 1250 6th Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101. Tel. (218) 723-9828.

American Association of Zoo Veterinarians Annual Proceedings American Association of Zoo Veterinarians, Secretary-Treasurer, National Zoo,
Washington, DC 20009.

American Journal of Physical Anthropology
ISSN 0002-9483
Alan R. Liss, Inc., 41 East 11th St., New York, NY 10003. Tel.
(212) 475-7700

American Journal of Primatology
ISSN 0275-2565
Alan R. Liss, Inc., 41 East 11th St., New York, NY 10003. Tel.
(212) 475-7700.

American Psychologist
ISSN 0003-066X
American Psychological Association, 1400 North Uhle Street,
Arlington, VA
22201. Tel. (703) 247-7802.

American Zoologist
ISSN 0003-1569
American Society of Zoologists, Box 2739, California Lutheran
College, Thousand
Oaks, CA 91360. Tel. (805) 492-3585.

Animal Behavior Abstracts
ISSN 0301-8695
Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, 5161 River Road, Bethesda, MD
20816. Tel. (301)
951-1408.

Animal Behavior
ISSN 0003-3472
Bailliere Tindall, 1 St-Annes Road, Eastbourne East Sussex BN21
3UN England.
Tel. (01) 630-7881.

Animal Keepers Forum
ISSN 0164-9531
American Association of Zoo Keepers, Topeka Zoological Park, 635 Gage Blvd.,
Topeka, KS 66606. Tel. (913) 272-5821.

Animal Technology
ISSN 0264-4754
FIAT, Zoology Department, Royal Postgraduate Medical School,
Ducane Road,
London W12 0HS.

Anthrozoos
ISSN 0892-7936
University Press of New England, 17 1/2 Lebanon Street, Hanover, NH 03755.
Tel. (603) 646-3349.

Applied Animal Behavior Science
ISSN 0168-1591
Elsevier Science Publishers B V, North-Holland, Excerpta Medica, P.O. Box 211,
1000 AE Amsterdam The Netherlands.

Australian Primatology
ISSN 0817-9573
Australian Primatology Society, Department of Prehistory and
Anthropology
(Faculties), Australian National University, Box 4, Canberra, ACT 2601 Australia.

Behavior of Non-Human Primates
ISSN 0090-8592
Academic Press, 1250 6th Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101. Tel. (218) 723-9828.

Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology
ISSN 0340-5443
Spinger-Verlag New York Inc., 175 5th Ave., New York, NY 10010
Tel. (212) 460-1500.

Behavioral Primatology
ISSN 0148-3781
John Wiley & Sons, One Wiley Drive, Somerset, NJ 08873. Tel.
(212) 867-9800.

Behavioral Neuroscience
ISSN 0735-7044
American Psychological Association, 1400 North Uhle Street,
Arlington, VA
22201. Tel. (703) 247-7802.

Behavioral Processes
ISSN 0376-6357
Elsevier Science Publishers B V, North-Holland, Excerpta Medica, P.O. Box 211,
1000 AE Amsterdam The Netherlands. Tel. 020 5803747.

Biology of Behavior
ISSN 0397-7153
Masson Publishing USA Inc., 530 5th Avenue, 5th Floor,
Plainville, NY 10036.
Tel. (212) 370-1937.

Canadian Journal of Zoology
ISSN 0008-4301
Canadian Journal of Zoology Distribution R-88, National Research Council of
Canada, Ottawa Ontario K1A 0R6 Canada.

Contributions to Primatology
ISSN 0301-4231
S. Karger AG, P.O. Box CH-4009 Basel Switzerland. Tel. 061-39 08 80.

Current Perspectives in Primate Biology
ISBN 0-442-28311-3
Van Nostrand Reinhold Company Inc., 115 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10003.

Current Primate References
ISSN 0590-4102
Primate Information Center, University of Washington SJ-50,
Seattle,WA 98195.
Tel. (206) 543-4376.

Ethology
ISSN 0179-1613
Paul Parey Scientific Publishing, 35 West 38th Street #3W, New
York, NY 10018.
Tel. (212) 730-0518.

The FASEB Journal
ISSN 0014-9446
Federation Proceedings, Subscription Department, 9650 Rockville
Pike, Bethesda,
MD 20814. Tel. (301) 530-7027.

Folia Primatologica
ISSN 0015-5713
S. Karger Publishers Inc., 79 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10003.
Tel. (212)
924-9222.

Hastings Center Report
ISSN 0093-0334
The Hastings Center, 255 Elm Road, Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510.
Tel. (914) 762-8500.

Humane Innovations and Alternatives in Animal Experimentation ISSN 0894-9535
Psychologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PsyETA), P.O. Box 87, New
Gloucester, ME 04260. Tel. (207)926-4817.

ILAR News
ISSN 0018-9960
Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources, National Research
Council, 2101
Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20418.

International Journal for the Study of Animal Problems
ISSN 0195-7554
Institute for the Study of Animal Problems, 2100 L Street NW, Washington, DC
20037. Tel. (202) 452-1100.

International Journal of Primatology
ISSN 0164-0291
Plenum Press, 233 Spring Street, New York, NY 10013. Tel. (212)
620-8000.

International Zoo News
ISSN 0020-9155
Zoo Centrum, Worthyvale Manor Farm, Camelford Cornwall England.
Tel. (0840) 212711.

International Zoo Yearbook
ISSN 0074-9664
Zoological Society of London, Regents Park, London NW1 4RY
England.
Tel. 722-3333.

IPS Newsletter
International Primatological Society, Department of Psychology,
University of
Georgia, Athens, GA 30602.

Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association
ISSN 0003-1489
American Veterinary Medical Association, 930 North Meacham Road, Schaumburg,
IL 60196. Tel. (312) 885-8070.

Journal of Applied Ecology
ISSN 0021-8901
Blackwell Scientific Publishers Ltd., P.O. Box 88, Oxford
OX2 0EL England. Tel. (0865) 240201.

Journal of Comparative Neurology
ISSN 0021-9967
Alan R. Liss Inc., 41 East 11th Street, New York, NY 10003.
Tel. (212) 475-7700.

Journal of Comparative Physiology
Ceased
ISSN 0302-9824
Journal Fulfillment Services, Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., 44 Hartz Way,
Secaucus, NJ 07094. Tel. (212) 460-1500.

Journal of Ethology
ISSN 0289-0771
The Dai-Ichi Kangyo Band Ltd., Hyakumanben Branchl Izumidono-Cho, Yoshida
Sankyo Kyoto 606 Japan.

Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes
ISSN 0097-7403
American Psychological Association, 1200 17th Street NW, Washington, DC
20036. Tel. (703) 247-7802.

Journal of Experimental Zoology
ISSN 0022-104X
Alan R. Liss Inc., 41 East 11th Street, New York, NY 10003.
Tel. (212) 475-7700.

Journal of Medical Primatology
ISSN 0047-2565
Alan R. Liss Inc., 41 East 11th Street, New York, NY 10003.
Tel. (212) 475-7700.

Journal of Zoo Animal Medicine
ISSN 0093-4526
Journal of Zoo Animal Medicine, 500 Ringgold Street, Brownsville, TX 78520.

Lab Animal
ISSN 0093-7355
Media Horizons Inc., 50 West 23rd Street, New York, NY 10010.
Tel. (212) 645-1000.

Laboratory Animal Science
ISSN 0023-6764
American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, 210 North
Hammes Avenue,
Suite 205, Joliet, IL 60435. Tel. (815) 729-1161.

Laboratory Animals
ISSN 0023-6772
Laboratory Animals Ltd., 1 Thrifts Mead, Theydon Bois, Epping
Essex CM16 7NF
England.

Laboratory Primate Newsletter
ISSN 0023-6861
Judith E. Schrier, Psychology Department, Box 1853, Brown
University,
Providence, RI 02912. Tel. (401) 863-2511.

Milu: Wissenschaftliche und Kulturelle Mitteilungen aus dem
Tierpark
DDR-1136 Berlin, AM Tierpark 125, Tierpark Berlin.

Monographs in Primatology
ISSN 0740-9729
Alan R. Liss, 41 East 11th St., New York, NY 10003. Tel.(212)
475-7700.

Primate Library Report
Primate Center Library, Wisconsin Regional Primate Research
Center, 1220 Capitol
Court, Madison, WI 53715-1299. Tel. (608) 263-3512.

Primate News
ISSN 0032-8324
Oregon Regional Primate Research Center, 505 NW 185th Avenue,
Beaverton, OR
97006. Tel. (503) 645-1141.

Primate Record
ISSN 0093-2744
Public Information Officer of Wisconsin Regional Primate Research Center, 1223
Capitol Court, Madison, WI 53706.

Primates
ISSN 0032-8332
Japan Monkey Centre, 26 Kanrin, Inuyama Aichi Japan.

Primates in Medicine
ISSN 0079-5119
S. Karger AG, 4011 Basel Switzerland. Tel. 061-39 08 80.

Primatologia. Handbuch der Primatenkunde
Handbook of Primatology
ISSN 0079-5127
S. Karger, CH-4009 Basel Switzerland. Tel. 061-39 08 80

RATEL-Journal of the Association of British Wild Animal Keepers ISSN 0305-1218
Ratel Editorial Office, 67 Reedley Road, Westbury-on-Trym Bristol B59 3TD
England.

Recent Advances in Primatology
Academic Press Inc., 111 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10003

Reichorui Kenkyusho Nenpo
Annual Report of the Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University Japan.

Zoo Anvers
Societe Royale de Zoologie d'Anvers, Koningin Astridplein 26,
2000 Antwerpen
Belgium.

Zoo Biology
ISSN 0733-3188
Alan R. Liss Inc., 41 East 11th St., New York, NY 10003. Tel.
(212) 475-7700.

Zoological Record
ISSN 0144-3607
BIOSIS User Services, 2100 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA
19103-1399.
Tel. (315) 587-4800.

Zoonooz
ISSN 0044-5282
San Diego Zoological Society, P.O. Box 551, San Diego, CA 92112. Tel. (619) 231-1515.

Zwierzeta Laboratoryjne
ISSN 0084-5825
Panstow Wydawn, Zakad Hodowli Zwierzat Doswiadczalnych, Instytut Biologii
Soswiadczalnej Im M Nenkiego Pan, Ul Pasteura 3, 02-093 Warszawa Poland.
Tel. 34-49-55.

AWIC

Animal Welfare Information Center
United States Department of Agriculture
National Agricultural Library

USDA Cooperative Agreement No. 58-0520-5-076 - July, 1995