3 edition of Group formation in captive nonhuman primates found in the catalog.
Group formation in captive nonhuman primates
Jean Balch Williams
by Primate Information Center, Regional Primate Research Center, University of Washington in Seattle
Written in English
|Statement||Jean Balch Williams.|
|Series||Primate Information Center topical bibliographies -- 86-003|
|Contributions||University of Washington. Primate Information Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
Handbook of Primate Husbandry and Welfare covers all aspects of primate care and management both in the laboratory environment and in zoos. From the welfare and ethics of primate captivity through to housing and husbandry systems, environmental enrichment, nutritional requirements, breeding issues, primate diseases, and additional information on transportation and quarantine proceedings, this. Serious fighting between females was observed during group formation in the colony of vervet monkeys at the Institute of Primate Research (IPR) in Nairobi, Kenya (Else, ). In our study at the IPR to develop the vervet monkey as a model for heterosexual transmission of African green monkey simian AIDS (SIVagm), the protocol required removing.
Formation of a captive all-male Saimiri group As in social groups of squirrel monkeys females outnumber males, there is a surplus of males in captivity. This problem can be relatively easily solved by the formation of all-male groups. Groups of up to ten males can be formed without many problems. An Overview of the Primates!"# CHAPTER 6 prehensility Grasping with the hands and, in many primates, also the feet. omnivorous Having a diet consisting of many kinds of foods, such as plant materi-als (seeds, fruits, leaves), meat, and insects. diurnal Active during the day. nocturnal Active during the night. stereoscopic vision The conditionFile Size: 6MB.
Nonhuman Primates in Biomedical Research, Two Volume Set (American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine) - Kindle edition by Abee, Christian R., Mansfield, Keith, Tardif, Suzette D., Morris, Timothy. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Nonhuman Primates in Biomedical Research, Two Manufacturer: Academic Press. the animals as is possible for the captive environment. This book serves as an introduction to the basic behavior and environmental enrichment of several species of nonhuman primates that are more commonly used in education, research and entertainment. In many ways, this book is.
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We are using this book for its chapter on bonobos, the second group of non-human primates that we will be observing at the Cincinnati zoo. Bonobos (pygmy chimps), are more humanlike than common chimps in many ways, including being more vocal and more communicative and having extremely expressive humanlike faces.
Bibliography Selected books on enrichment. “Through the Looking Glass: Issues of Psychological Well-being in Captive Nonhuman Primates”.
American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C. Rumble, R. J., Wolfensohn, S. and Buist, D. Refinements in husbandry, care and common procedures for non-human primates: Ninth.
Group-housed nonhuman primates are located in three types of facilities: indoor facilities, which are totally environmentally controlled; indoor/outdoor facilities, in which only the indoor portion is environmentally controlled; and Group formation in captive nonhuman primates book facilities, which are not environmentally controlled.
THE NECESSITY OF THE USE OF NON-HUMAN PRIMATE MODELS IN RESEARCH Working Group Aprilanthologies and over scholarly articles in journals and books.
Many of his articles identifying how stable individual difference factors can influence adaptation in captive management of nonhuman primates: a “personalized,” one-size.
Relocating captive nonhuman primates from a familiar home cage or colony room to a novel environment is a potent psychosocial stressor. The new and unfamiliar environment presents a sudden, uncontrollable, and unpredictable by: The pandemic is an ongoing humanitarian disaster, but concerns have also been raised about impacts of SARS-CoV-2 on non-human animals, especially our closest living relatives, the great apes and other primates.
Outbreaks of other human diseases among wild primates in. Knowledge of the natural behavior of individual species is crucial in proper captive management of nonhuman primates (see Primate Info Net Factsheets for species-specific information). The implementation of a social housing program for facilities with nonhuman primates, including laboratories, zoos, and sanctuaries, requires special attention to ensure the successful formation and maintenance of social groups.
It suggests that to continue the complex task of determining how the psychological well-being of captive nonhuman primates can be best enhanced, one must reject the polarizing idea that there are.
Humans live in societies full of rich and complex relationships that influence health. The ability to improve human health requires a detailed understanding of the complex interplay of biological systems that contribute to disease processes, including the mechanisms underlying the influence of social contexts on these biological systems.
A longitudinal computational systems science approach Cited by: 9. Captive study- Allows us to closely observe nonhuman primates up-close and personal, because they won't hide in dense trees for hours on end.
We often study captive populations over many generations and know their family histories in great detail. The Conservation Implications of Human-Nonhuman Primate Interconnections." International Journal of Primatology Vol. 25, Issue 4. One of the questions that we are asking in our study is about not only the biological connections between humans and non-human primates, but also about behavioral connections between the two species.
The Nonhuman Primate in Drug Development and Safety Assessment is a valuable reference dedicated to compiling the latest research on nonhuman primate models in nonclinical safety assessment, regulatory toxicity testing and translational science.
By covering important topics such as study planning and conduct, inter-species genetic drift. The disease is usually acquired by nonhuman primates following contact with infected humans, and may cause significant morbidity and mortality in captive colonies and in free-roaming groups.
The 2e of the gold standard text in the field, Nonhuman Primates in Biomedical Research provides a comprehensive, up-to-date review of the use of nonhuman primates in biomedical research.
The Biology and Management volume provides basic information on the natural biology of nonhuman primates and the current state of knowledge regarding captive management. This conclusion presents some closing thoughts of the concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of the book. The book focuses on the impact of the captive environment on the behavior and development of nonhuman primates (NHP).
It focuses on the future work of behavioral management. DOI link for Handbook of Primate Behavioral Management. Handbook of Primate Behavioral Management book.
Edited By Steven J. Schapiro. Edition 1st Edition. Back to book. chapter 8. 11 Pages. Depression in Captive Nonhuman Primates. Theoretical Underpinnings, Methods, and Application to Behavioral by: 5.
the animals as is possible for the captive environment. This book serves as an introduction to the basic behavior and environmental enrichment of several species of nonhuman primates that are more commonly used in education, research and entertainment.
In many ways, this book isFile Size: 1MB. Abstract. As has been true for the material on power and dominance in the literature on nonverbal behavior in humans (Chapter 2), there also has been controversy or disagreement in the nonhuman primate literature regarding definitions of dominance or by: The book provides a wealth of specific and useful information about the psychological attributes and needs of the most widely used and exhibited nonhuman primates.
Readable and well-organized, it will be welcomed by animal care and use committees, facilities administrators, enforcement inspectors, animal advocates, researchers, veterinarians. The goals of the Behavioral Management Consortium are to enhance animal welfare through the dedicated efforts of a group of behavioral scientists who work to monitor and improve the welfare of nonhuman primates involved in research.
Abnormal behavior in captive nonhuman primates is often used as an indicator of wellbeing, either past or. Through the Looking Glass: Issues of Psychological Well-being in Captive Nonhuman Primates. American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, CrossRef Google Scholar Nystrom P, Schapiro SJ, Hau J.
Accumulated means analysis: a novel method to determine reliability of behavioral studies using continuous focal by: 5.
Another common method for assessing anxiety and related behaviors in group-housed primates is observer rating (e.g., Capitanio ). Rating typically involves two or more observers who score subjects based on a number of predefined traits or adjectives, such as “apprehensive,” “active,” “playful,” and “curious” (e.g., Stevenson Cited by: Nonhuman primates are remarkably social—most species live and forage in social groups that contain multiple adults, that comprise animals of multiple ages and both sexes, and that persist year-round [Kappeler & van Schaik, ].Contrast this pattern with the typical mammalian pattern of solitary living, with the most persisting social unit being a female with her immature by: 4.