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PROGRAM

Nov. 16, 17
SAGA-2nd Symposium
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Nov. 18 - 20
COE Symposium
Nov. 21, 22
CBSG Meeting

 

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Abstracts for COE / SAGA Symposium

 

OFFICIAL REPORT

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Inuyama International Sightseeing Center Freude
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PROGRAM OF COE SYMPOSIUM

   18th to 20th November  

at Inuyama International Sightseeing Center Freude, Inuyama, Japan

November 18th (Thursday)

9:20-9:30 Opening remarks: Osamu TAKENAKA

9:30-12:00 Session 1: Tool and Culture

Chair: Toshisada NISHIDA

Christophe BOESCH
Hunting, tools and Sociality: A new evolutionary scenario for chimpanzee and human

Carel van SCHAIK
Evolution of material culture: insights from orangutans

Tetsuro MATSUZAWA
Intelligence and culture in chimpanzees

12:00-13:00 Lunch and Business meeting of the invitees

13:00-15:30 Session 2: Symbols

Chair: Shozo KOJIMA

E. Sue SAVAGE-RUMBAUGH
Lessons of bonobo apes: language and culture

Francene PATTERSON
Words and pictures: use of symbolism by two lowland gorillas.

Sarah BOYSEN
Moving our message beyond the academy: the significance of understanding chimpanzee cognition and its role in conservation.

15:30-16:40 Poster Session (Part 1)

COGNITION & BEHAVIOR

1
Dora BIRO and Tetsuro MATSUZAWA
The concept of number in the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes): The introduction of "Zero"

2
Nobuyuki KAWAI and Tetsuro MATSUZAWA
"The magical number 5" in a chimpanzee

3
Jonathan GULLEDGE, David WASHBURN and Duane RUMBAUGH
Evidence for rhesus monkeys' concept of number

4
Valerie KUHLMEIER
Scale model comprehension by chimpanzees

5
Masayuki TANAKA
Discrimination and categorization of pictures of natural objects by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)

6
Satoshi HIRATA and Naruki MORIMURA
Naive chimpanzees' timing of observation of experienced conspecifics in a honey-fishing task

7
Maura CELLI, Masaki TOMONAGA, Toshifumi UDONO, Migaku TERAMOTO, and Kunitoshi NAGANO
Learning processes in a tool using task by captive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)

8
Masako MYOWA-YAMAKOSHI and Tetsuro MATSUZAWA
Imitation of intentional manipulatory actions in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)

9
Shoji ITAKURA, Mari KUMASHIRO and Toshifumu UDONO
Visual attention following in chimpanzees: A preliminary study

10
Claudia SOUSA and Tetsuro MATSUZAWA
Food preference measured by tokens as exchange tools in chimpanzees

11
Chikako SUDA
Food sharing and underlying reciprocity among chimpanzees

12
Sumirena SEKINE and Hideko TAKESHITA
Development of social play in captive chimpanzees: preliminary observation in Tama Zoological Park, Tokyo

13
Hideko TAKESHITA, Shinsuke TANAKA, Toshifumi UDONO, Migaku TERAMOTO and Ikuo HAYASAKA
Development in play of building blocks in chimpanzee infants: piling up and lining up

14
Makiko UCHIKOSHI, Toshiaki MIZUTANI and Tetsuro MATSUZAWA
Behavioral development of gibbon infants (Hylobates agilis)

15
K. HASHIYA, Satoru ISHIKAWA, Kazuo FUJITA and Masaki TOMONAGA
The "initial knowledge" about the correspondence of auditory-visual events in macaque infants.

16:40-16:50 Break

16:50-18:30 Session 3: DNA

Chair: Naruya SAITOU

Svante PAABO
DNA sequence variation among apes

C.-K. James SHEN
Genomic evolution of primates

November 19th (Friday)

9:20-9:30 Daily announcement

9:30-12:00 Session 4: Society

Chair: Yukimaru SUGIYAMA

Warren BROCKELMAN
New finding s and models of gibbon social organization, and parallels with humans

Juichi YAMAGIWA
Social flexibility of gorillas: some implications for the origin of human family

Richard WRANGHAM
On human bonding: The search for a unified theory of ape evolutionary ecology and hunter-gatherer social organization

12:00-13:00 Lunch and Business meeting of the invitees

13:00-15:30 Session 5: Molecular and Neural Biology

Chair: Osamu TAKENAKA

Naruya SAITOU
Evolution of ABO and Rh blood group genes in primates

John ELY
Genetic variability among chimpanzee subspecies and the implications for biomedical research

Joseph ERWIN
Great ape aging project: contributions to evolutionary neurobiology

15:30-16:40 Poster Session (Part 2)

SOCIOLOGY & ECOLOGY

16
Chie HASHIMOTO, Takeshi FURUICHI and Yasuko TASHIRO
Diversity in forest types and habitat use by chimpanzees in the Kalinzu Forest, Uganda

17
Takeshi FURUICHI, Chie HASHIMOTO and Yasuko TASHIRO
Seasonal changes in habitat use by chimpanzees in the Kalinzu Forest, Uganda: Application of marked nest count method.

18
Yasuko TASHIRO, Takeshi FURUICHI and Chie HASHIMOTO
A preliminary report of the feeding ecology of chimpanzees in the Kalinzu Forest Reserve, Uganda: fecal analysis and habitat use.

19
Yuji TAKENOSHITA and Shigeru SUZUKI
Seasonal variations in the bed group size of the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) in the Petit Loango Reserve, Gabon.

20
Hiroyuki TAKEMOTO
Feeding selectivity in leaves of wild chimpanzees, Bossou, Guinea: the role of phytochemistry.

21
Tatyana HUMLE and Tetsuro MATSUZAWA
Investigation into the cultural and ecological factors leading to differences in behaviour among two recently isolated neighbouring populations of West African chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes verus)

22
Gen YAMAKOSHI, Hiroyuki TAKEMOTO, Tetsuro MATSUZAWA and Yukimaru SUGIYAMA
Research history and conservation status of chimpanzees at Bossou, Guinea

23
Kanyunyi A. BASABOSE
Influence of sympatric gorillas on chimpanzee's nesting behavior in the Kahuzi-Biega National Park, Democratic Republic of Congo

24
A. MATSUMOTO-ODA, M. KASAGULA and D. SPRAGUE
Preliminary study of feeding competition between baboons and chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania

25
Sally COXE
"Bililingi na kati ya Zamba"
Shadows in the Forest: Bonobo Lore from the Congo

26
Nancy BRIGGS
Orangutan outreach: improved communication through curriculum and educational CD-ROM

27
N. CHEN
Ecology of the black-crested gibbon (Hylobates concolor) in the Ailao Mt.Reserve, Yunnan, China

28
U. SUWANVECHO and W.Y. BROCKELMAN
Interspecific relations between two gibbon species (H. lar and H. pileatus) at Khao Yai National Park, Thailand

29
Teruki OKA
The effects of forest fires on the family of Bornean gibbons.

30
J. WAKIBARA, M. MATSUBARA and G. HANYA
Geophagia amongst Japanese monkeys (Macaca fuscata)

16:40-16:50 Break

16:50-18:30 Session 6: Origins

Chair: Juichi YAMAGIWA

Jo THOMPSON
A model of biogeographical journey from proto-pan to Pan paniscus

Alexander HARCOURT
Biology of extinction and persistence in apes compared to monkeys

November 20th (Saturday)

9:20-9:30 Daily announcement

9:30-12:00 Session 7: Fossils

Chair: Hidemi ISHIDA

Terry HARRISON
New perspectives on the phylogenetic relationships of the earliest Hominoids

Russell TUTTLE
Are Human beings apes, or are apes people too?

Yves COPPENS
Hominid evolution and the evolution of the environment

12:00-13:00 Lunch and Business meeting of invitees

13:00-15:30 Session 8: Sex

Chair: Takayoshi KANO

Barbara FRUTH
Genito-genital-rubbing: a display of differences in social status

Janette WALLIS
Factors influencing sexual behavior and reproductive patterns in chimpanzees

David WATTS
Demographic influences on the behavior of male chimpanzees

15:30-16:40 Poster Session (Part 3)

WELFARE & ENRICHMENT

31
Masaki TOMONAGA, Juri SUZUKI, Satoshi OHKURA, Minoru NAKAMURA and Tsuneyuki ABE
Are cognitive experiments stressful works for the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes)?: relationship between performance and physiological factors during cognitive experiments.

32
Naruki MORIMURA, Kouki HUWA and Gen'ich IDANI
Training for the environmental enrichment.

33
Tomomi OCHIAI and Tetsuro MATSUZAWA
Environmental enrichment for captive chimpanzees: introduction of two climbing structures 4m and 8m high

34
Miya HAMAI and Masao SATO
Nutritional analysis of plant species used as browse for captive primates at Japan Monkey Center

EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY

35
Judith CATON
The hominoid digestive strategy

36
S. KAWAMURA, M. HIRAI and O. TAKENAKA
Red/green visual pigment gene organization of owl monkeys and common marmosets

37
M. INOUE-MURAYAMA, Y. NIIMI, O. TAKENAKA and Y. MURAYAMA
Evolution of personality-related genes in primates

38
J. RILLING, C. KILTS, S. WILLIAMS, J. KELLEY, M. BERAN, M. GIROUX, J. HOFFMAN, S. SAVAGE-RUMBAUGH and D. RUMBAUGH
Functional Neuroimaging of Linguistic Processing in Chimpanzees

39
H. KIM, O. TAKENAKA, B. HYUN, J. CHOI and T. CROW
Phylogeny and evolution of retro-elements in humans and apes

40
Mikio KATO
Evaluation of the phylogenetic distances between alpha satellite DNA

41
Makoto SHIMADA
A Study plan of gene flow between Chimpanzee group at Bossou and others.

42
Yuzuru HAMADA
Characteristics of the growth of chimpanzee and the implications for its evolution.

43
Takeshi NISHIMURA
Comparative Study of Basicranial Morphology among Catarrhines

44
Keiko SHIMIZU, Toshifumi UDONO, Fusako MITSUNAGA and Motoharu HAYASHI
Assessment of reproductive status by using urinary hormone evaluation in great apes

45
Motoharu HAYASHI, Mariko ITOH, Keiko SHIMIZU, Fusako MITSUNAGA and Koji OHIRA
Neuronal distribution and BDNF immunoreactive cells in the cerebral cortex of a fetal chimpanzee

16:40-16:50 Break

16:50-18:30 Session 9: Behavior and Cognition

Chair: Tetsuro MATSUZAWA

Linda VAN ELSACKER
Present and future bonobo (Pan paniscus) research at the Royal Zoological Society of Antwerp (Belgium)

Duane RUMBAUGH
The apes and us: brain and emergent processes

18:30-20:30 2F: FAREWELL PARTY


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