Sackett, Gene P.

Nursery Rearing of Nonhuman Primates in the 21st Century

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Table of contents

Section One. Introduction to Section 1: The History of Nursery Rearing and a Glimpse into the Future

1. The Effects of Rearing Experiences: The Early Years
Melinda A. Novak, Gene P. Sackett

2. The Changing Role of Hand Rearing in Zoo-Based Primate Breeding Programs
Ingrid Porton, Kelli Niebruegge

3. Animal Welfare Regulations and Nursery Rearing
Carolyn M. Crockett

4. Data Management for the Nonhuman Primate Nursery
James C. Ha, Arthur E. Davis

5. Very Early Rearing Experience: Rationale and Methodologies for Studying Prenatal Development in Nonhuman Primates
Matthew Francis Stuart Xavier Novak

Section Two. Introduction to Section 2: Methods and Outcomes for Infrequently Hand-Reared Species

6. The Effect of Hand Rearing on the Sexual and Maternal Competence of Three Species of Lemurs, Varecia variegata, Varecia rubra, and Eulemur macaco

Kelli Niebruegge, Ingrid Porton

7. Nursery-Reared Prosimian Primates
M. Kay Izard

8. Hand Rearing of Infant Common Marmosets (Callithrix jacchus)
Bernhard Voelkl, Ludwig Huber

Section Three. Introduction to Section 3: Methods and Outcomes for Frequently Hand-Reared Species

9. Immunological Consequences of Nursery Rearing
Gabriele R. Lubach, Christopher L. Coe

10. Special Challenges of Rearing Infant Macaques Infected with Lentivirus (SIV, HIV, SHIV)
Julie M. Worlein, James C. Ha, Christy Harris, Jennifer Leigh, Kelsey Stratton, Rodney J. R. Ho

11. Nursery Rearing and Biobehavioral Organization
John P. Capitanio, William A. Mason, Sally P. Mendoza, Laura DelRosso, Jeffrey A. Roberts

12. Neurobehavioral Assessment of Nonhuman Primate Neonates
Mary L. Schneider, Maribeth Champoux, Colleen F. Moore

13. Is It Nutrients or Nurturing? Comparison of the Growth and Development of Mother-Reared and Laboratory-Reared Macaque Infants (Macaca nemestrina)
Debra L. Durham, Laura L. Newell-Morris

14. Baboon Nursery Rearing Practices and Comparisons between Nursery-Reared and Mother-Reared Individuals
Linda Brent, Anne Bode

15. Early Rearing Conditions and Captive Chimpanzee Behavior: Some Surprising Findings
Mollie A. Bloomsmith, Kate C. Baker, Stephen R. Ross, Susan P. Lambeth

16. Effects of Early Rearing History on Growth and Behavioral Development in Captive Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)
Susan M. Howell, Melanie Schwandt, Jo Fritz, Mary W. Marzke, James Murphy, Dennis Young

Section Four. Introduction to Section 4: Nursery Care Methodology and Testing Techniques for the Future

17. Squirrel Monkeys as an Example of Primate Nursery Medicine
Alan G. Brady, Susan V. Gibson, Lawrence E. Williams, Christian R. Abee

18. Nursery Care of At-Risk Nonhuman Primates
Gerald C. Ruppenthal, Gene P. Sackett

19. A Quick and Effective Method for Establishing Self-Feeding in Stump-Tailed Macaques (Macaca arctoides)
Arnold S. Chamove

20. Saliva as a Medium for Assessing Cortisol and Other Compounds in Nonhuman Primates: Collection, Assay, and Examples
Mark L. Laudenslager, Tamara Bettinger, Gene P. Sackett

21. The SPIT Method for Simultaneous and Unobtrusive Collection of Salivary Cortisol from Individually Housed Infant Monkeys
Peter G. Roma

22. Actimetry Measurement of Behavioral Regulation and Sleep Cycles in Infant Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta)
Peter J. Pierre, Allyson J. Bennett, Stephen J. Suomi

23. Noninvasive Neuroimaging Techniques for the Study of Primate Brain Development
James K. Rilling

24. Tethering with Maternal and Fetal Catheterization as a Model for Studying Pre- to Postnatal Continuities
Matthew Francis Stuart Xavier Novak

Section Five. Introduction to Section 5: Hematology and Serum Chemistry Values

25. Hematology and Serum Chemistry in Young Captive Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)
Susan M. Howell, Kathleen Hoffman, Jo Fritz, Melanie Schwandt

26. Hematology and Serum Chemistry Reference Values for Rhesus Macaque (Macaca mulatta) Infants
John P. Capitanio

27. Hematology and Serum Chemistry Reference Values for Pigtailed Macaque (Macaca nemestrina) Infants
Erika Rainwater

28. Hematology and Serum Chemistry Reference Values for Mother-Reared Squirrel Monkey (Saimiri boliviensis boliviensis) Infants
Lawrence E. Williams

Keywords: Medicine & Public Health, Veterinary Medicine, Anthropology, Zoology, Behavioural Sciences

Publication year
Developments in Primatology: Progress and Prospects
Page amount
636 pages
Medicine, Health Care, Mode

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