Chimpanzees in Context


The ePoster session will be held in Lincoln Park Zoo’s Regenstein Center for African Apes from 6:15pm – 8:00pm on Friday August 19th. Entry to ePoster session only with conference registration.


ePoster NumberPresenterTitle
1Morgane AllanicInfluence of inter-individual distance on grooming interaction in captive chimpanzees and bonobos
2Drew AltschulLongevity and personality in captive chimpanzees
3Mimi ArandjelovicChimp&See: An online citizen science platform for large-scale remote video camera trap annotation of chimpanzee behaviour, demography and individual identification
4Caroline AsiimweTransdisciplinary approach to solving conservation challenges: a case of Budongo Conservation Field Station, Uganda
5Crepin Avina EyanaNest Creation rates of western lowland gorillas: refining an overlooked conversion factor in ape population estimates
6Helen BoostromManagement strategies for integrating two established ex-pet and ex-entertainment chimpanzee groups
7Umaru BubaConstructing social identity? Potential non-nutritional functions of chimpanzee insectivory
8Sarah DavisFoundations of cumulative culture in apes: improved foraging efficiency through relinquishing and combining witnessed behaviors in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)
9Africa de las Heras MartinezDo chimpanzees and orangutans use communication in a cooperative task?
10Shona DuguidA comparative study of how children and chimpanzees coordinate decisions for mutual benefit
11Fabrice EbombiFifteen years of feeding ecology of sympatric chimpanzees and gorillas in the Goualougo Triangle, Republic of Congo
12Crystal EgelkampUsing touchscreens to explore the welfare and cognition of zoo-housed primates
13Steffen FoersterSociality and its relationship to intestinal parasite infections in a community of wild chimpanzees
14Marlen FrohlichCommunication styles in bonobos and chimpanzees: same but different?
15Amy FultzThe effects of dietary changes on chimpanzee behavior
16Kirsty GrahamExpressed and understood gestural repertoires of wild bonobos (Pan paniscus)
17Sebastian GrueneisenChimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) provide food benefits to conspecifics after receiving their assistance
18Bethany HansenDeveloping and evaluating tools to assess the impact of chimpanzee sanctuaries via a unique zoo-sanctuary partnership
19Kathelijne KoopsSex differences in object manipulation in wild immature chimpanzees and bonobos: preparation for tool use?
20Christopher KrupenyeGreat apes anticipate actions based on agents' (false) beliefs
21Christopher MartinShared touchpanel tasks for great apes: a new platform for research, education, and enrichment at zoos
22Alexander MielkeFlexibility in social bonds and strategies to protect them in wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes verus) and wild sooty mangabeys (Cercocebus atys atys) of the Tai Forest
23Deus MjunguFighting back: population recovery and expansion of the range size of the Mitumba chimpanzee community in Gombe National Park, Tanzania
24Emily OtaliHolistic conservation approach for Kibale National Park, Uganda
25Alejandra Pascual-GarridoRaw material procurement for termite fishing tools in wild chimpanzees
26Lilian PinteaLand satellite observations and crowd-sourced data provide near real-time monitoring of chimpanzee habitat
27Herman PontzerChimpanzee energetics, ecology, and evolution
28Anna PreisUrinary oxytocin levels in relation to reconciliation in wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes verus) of the Tai Forest
29Michelle RodriguesSocio-behavioral convergence in female affiliative behaviors in Pan and Ateles
30Heungjin RyuPresbyopia in old wild bonobos (Pan paniscus)
31Liran SamuniTerritorial behaviour, parochial altruism and urinary oxytocin levels in wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes verus) of the Tai Forest
32Alejandro Sanchez-AmaroStrategic decision-making by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), bonobos (Pan paniscus) and children in a snowdrift-game task
33Cecile SarabianRevulsion in chimpanzees: health maintenance through avoidance of biological contaminants
34Katie SlocombeVocal learning in functionally referential chimpanzee food calls
35Nikki TaggChimpanzee population response to commercial hunting in south-east Cameroon
36Moreen UwimbabaziSeasonal variation in energy intake of female chimpanzees: comparing estimates based on time spent feeding versus nutrient intake
37Jennifer VonkHas human culture 'shaped' the shape bias: comparisons with other apes
38Erin WesslingLiving on the edge: using isotopes to disentangle constraints imposed on chimpanzees at the frontier of the west African chimpanzee range
39Claudia WilkeProduction and reception of unimodal and multimodal signals in wild chimpanzees
40Lara WoodEvidence of model based transmission bias in captive chimpanzees: initial tool choice matches proficient groupmate

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