Publications

Valerie A.M. Schoof’s CV April 2016

Peer-reviewed manuscripts

21. Valenta K, Twinomugisha D, Godfrey K, Liu C, Schoof VAM, Goldberg TL, Chapman CA. Submitted. Submitted. Habitat effects on gastrointestinal parasites in vervet monkeys (Chlorocebus aethiops). Journal of Parasitology.

20. Chapman CA, Corriveau A, Schoof VAM, Twinomugisha D, Valenta K. In revision. Long-term primate research and its significance for developing theory and conservation plans. Journal of Mammology.

19. Chapman CA, Corriveau A, Valenta K, Espinosa- Gómez F, Schoof VAM. Submitted. Colobine population ecology: What limits population size? In: The behavioural and ecological diversity of the colobines. Ikki Matsuda, Cyril Gruete, and Julie Teichroeb, Editors, University of Chicago Press, New York.

18. Chapman CA, Friant S, Godfrey K, Liu C, Sarkar D, Schoof VAM, Sengupta R, Twinomugisha D, Valenta K, Goldberg TL. In press. Social behaviours and networks of vervet monkeys are influenced by gastrointestinal parasites. PLOS ONE.

17. Chapman CA, Corriveau A, Schoof VAM, Paim FP, Valenta K. In press. Long-term field studies: Africa. In: Fuentes A. et al., editors. International Encyclopedia of Primatology. New York: Wiley-Blackwell Press.

16. Schoof VAM, Bonnell TR, Jack KM, Ziegler TE, Melin AD, Fedigan LM. 2016. Male endocrine response to environmental seasonal variation in a Neotropical primate, Cebus capucinus. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 159(4):671-682Schoof et al. 2016

15. Chapman CA, Schoof VAM , Bonnell TR, Gogarten JF & Calmé S. 2015. Competing pressures on populations: long-term dynamics of food availability, food quality, disease, stress, and animal abundance. Philosophical Transactions B. Special issue “The society-health-fitness nexus in animal societies” (guest editors: Kappeler PM, Nunn C). http://rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/370/1669.toc

14. Schoof VAM, Wikberg EC, Jack KM, Fedigan LM, Ziegler TE & Kawamura S. 2014. Infanticides during periods of social stability: kinship, resumption of ovarian cycling, and mating access in white-faced capuchins (Cebus capucinus). Neotropical Primates 21:192-196. Schoof et al. 2014

13. Schoof, VAM, Jack, KM & TE Ziegler. 2014. Male response to female ovulation in white-faced capuchins (Cebus capucinus): variation in testosterone, DHT, and glucocorticoid production. International Journal of Primatology 35:643-660. Schoof et al. Special issue “The high price of success: costs of male mating effort in primates” (guest editors: Georgiev AV, Emery Thompson M)

12. Schoof, VAM & KM Jack. 2014. Male social bonds: Strength and quality among coresident white-faced capuchin monkeys (Cebus capucinus). Behaviour 151:963-992. Schoof & Jack 2014 Special issue “Primate male social behaviour” (guest editors Jack KM, Riley EP)

11. González-Hernández, M, Rangel-Negrín, A, Schoof, VAM, Chapman, CA, Canales-Espinosa, D & Dias, PAD. 2014. Transmission patterns of pinworms in two sympatric congeneric primate species. International Journal of Primatology 32:445-462.Gonzalez-Hernandez et al. 2014

10. Campos, FA, Bergstrom, ML, Childers, A, Hogan, JD, Jack, KM, Melin, AD, Mosdossy, KN, Myers, MS, Parr, NA, Sargeant, E, Schoof, VAM, & Fedigan, LM. 2014. Drivers of home range characteristics across spatiotemporal scales in a Neotropical primate. Animal Behaviour 91:93-109. Campos et al 2014

9. Baker, KC, Bloomsmith, MA, Oettinger, B, Neu, K, Griffis, C, Schoof, V & Maloney, M. 2014. Comparing options for pair housing rhesus macaques using behavioral welfare measures. American Journal of Primatology 76:30-42. Baker et al 2014

8. Jack, KM, Schoof, VA, Sheller, CR, Rich, CI & PP Klingelhofer. 2014. The influence of age and rank on fecal testosterone, DHT, and cortisol excretion in male white-faced capuchin monkeys (Cebus capucinus) in Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica. General and Comparative Endocrinology 195:58-67. Jack et al. 2014

7. Schoof, VAM & KM Jack. 2013. The association of intergroup encounters, dominance status, and fecal androgen and glucocorticoid profiles in wild male white-faced capuchins (Cebus capucinus). American Journal of Primatology 75:107-115. Schoof & Jack 2013

6. Baker, KC, Crockett, CM, Oettinger, BC, Schoof,V & JP Thom. 2012. Pair housing for female longtailed and rhesus macaques in the laboratory: Behavior in protected contact versus full contact. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 15(2): 126-143. Baker et al 2012a

5. Baker, KC, Bloomsmith,M, Oettinger, B, Neu,K, Griffis,C, Schoof,V & M Maloney. 2012. Benefits of pair housing are consistent across a diverse population of rhesus macaques. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 137(3): 148-156. Baker et al 2012b

4. Schoof, VAM, Jack, KM & SD Carnegie. 2011. Rise to power: A case study of male fecal androgen and cortisol levels before and after a non-aggressive rank change in a group of wild white-faced capuchins (Cebus capucinus). Folia Primatologica 82 (6): 299-307. Schoof et al 2011

3. Schoof, VAM, Jack, KM & LA Isbell. 2009. What traits promote male parallel dispersal in primates? Behaviour 146: 701-726. Schoof et al 2009 Special issue “Dispersal in primates: advancing an individualized approach” (guest editors Jack KM, Isbell LA)

2. Baker, KC, Bloomsmith,M, Neu,K, Griffis,C, Maloney, M, Schoof,VAM & M Martinez. 2009. Positive reinforcement training moderates only high levels of abnormal behavior in singly housed rhesus macaques. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 12: 236-252. Baker et al. 2009

1. Jack, KM, Lenz, BB, Healan, E, Rudman, S, Schoof, V & LM Fedigan. 2008. The effects of observer presence on the behavior of three groups of Cebus capucinus in Area de Conservación Guanacaste, Sector Santa Rosa, Costa Rica. American Journal of Primatology 70(5):490-494. Jack et al 2008

Peer-reviewed abstracts:

19. Schoof VAM, Corriveau A, Zielger TE, Omeja P, Chapman CA. Submitted. Male residency, but not dominance rank and trajectory, is related to fecal hormone metabolites in male-philopatric red colobus monkeys in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Joint meeting of the International Primatological Society and the American Society of Primatologists, Chicago, Illinois, August 21-27, 2016.

18. Schoof VAM, Twinomugisha D, Teichroeb JA, Rothman JM, Chapman CA. 2015. Vervets in an anthropogenic landscape: Reduced breeding seasonality and mixed diet. 84th Annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, St. Louis, Missouri, March 26-30, 2015. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 154 (suppl 60):279-280

17. Schoof VAM, Jack KM, Ziegler TE, Melin AD, Fedigan LM. 2014. Male capuchins (Cebus capucinus) show significant endocrine responses to ecological factors. 37th Annual meeting of the American Society of Primatologists, Decatur, Georgia, September 12-15, 2014.

16. Schoof, VAM, Wikberg, EC, Fedigan, LM, Jack, KM, Ziegler, TE & Kawamura, S. 2014. Infanticides during a socially stable period in wild white-faced capuchin monkeys (Cebus capucinus). 83rd Annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Calgary, Alberta, April 2014. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 153 (S58):232-233.

15. Jack, KM, Schoof, VA & Fedigan, LM. 2013. Seasonality of alpha male replacements in wild white-faced capuchins (Cebus capucinus). 36th Annual meeting of the American Society of Primatologists, San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 19-22 2013. American Journal of Primatology 75 (suppl 1):79.

14. Schoof, VAM, Jack, KM & Ziegler, TE. 2013. Mating effort in male white-faced capuchins: Variation in testosterone, dihydrotestosterone and glucocorticoid production. 82nd Annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Knoxville, Tennessee, April 9-15 2013. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 150 (S56): 244. Invited participant.

13. Schoof, VAM, Jack, KM & Sheller, CR. 2013. Social and developmental factors associated with fecal hormone levels in male Costa Rican white-faced capuchins (Cebus capucinus). Social Neuroendocrinology Pre-conference, New Orleans, Louisiana. January 17. http://blogs.uoregon.edu/socialneuroendo/data-blitz/. Invited participant.

12. Schoof, VAM & Jack, KM. 2012. Thick as thieves: Strength and quality of male co-resident social relationships in white-faced capuchins. International Primatological Society, 24th biennial congress, Cancun, Mexico, August 12-17. Invited participant.

11. Jack, KM, Schoof, VA, Sheller, CR, Rich, CI & Klingelhofer, PP. 2011. The influence of age and rank on fecal testosterone, DHT, and cortisol excretion in male white-faced capuchin monkeys (Cebus capucinus) in Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica. American Society of Primatologists, Annual meeting Austin, TX, September 16-19, 2011. American Journal of Primatology 73 (suppl 1):61.

10. Baker, KC, Crockett, CM, Lee, GH, Oettinger, BC, Schoof, VA & Thom, JP. 2011. Behavior of female pairs vary between protected contact and full contact pair housing in rhesus macaques but not longtailed macaques. American Journal of Primatology 73 (suppl 1):107.

9. Schoof, VAM & Jack, KM. 2009. Rank-based differences in fecal androgen and cortisol levels in male white-faced capuchins, Cebus capucinus, in the Santa Rosa Sector, Area de Conservacíon Guanacaste, Costa Rica. American Journal of Primatology 71 (suppl 1): 76.

8. Schoof, VAM, Jack, KM & Isbell, LA. 2008. Birds of a feather stick together: traits promoting the evolution of parallel dispersal by male primates. Primate Eye 96: 374.

7. Baker, KC, Bloomsmith, M, Neu, K, Griffis, C, Oettinger, B, Schoof, V, Clay, A & Maloney, M. 2008. Benefits of isosexual pairing of rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) vary with sex and are limited by protected contact but not by frequent separation of pairs. American Journal of Primatology (suppl 1): 44.

6. Bloomsmith, M, Baker, KC, Neu, K, Griffis, C, Oettinger, B, Schoof, V, Clay, A & Maloney, M. 2008.Behavioral benefits of pair housing in adult rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) do not depend on age, previous duration of single housing, or naturalistic rearing. American Journal of Primatology (suppl 1): 44.

5. Oettinger, BC, Baker, KC, Neu, K, Griffis, C, Schoof, V, Maloney, M, Clay, A & Bloomsmith, M. 2008. Wounding incidence in adult isosexual pairs of adult rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) during introduction and in varying pair housing conditions. American Journal of Primatology (suppl 1): 44.

4. Jack, KM, Lenz, BB, Healan, E, Rudman, S, Schoof, V & Fedigan, LM. 2007. The effects of observer presence on the behavior of three groups of Cebus capucinus in Area de Conservación Guanacaste, Sector Santa Rosa, Costa Rica. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Suppl 44: 134-135.

3. Baker, K, Bloomsmith, M, Schoof, V, Neu, K, Maloney, M, Griffis, C, Martinez, M & Clay, A. 2005. Comparing pair-housing options for caged rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). American Journal of Primatology66 (suppl 1): 180.

2. Bloomsmith, M, Baker, K, Griffis, C, Maloney, M, Neu, K, Schoof, V & Martinez, M. 2005. Comparing training to human interaction as enrichment for captive rhesus monkeys. American Journal of Primatology66 (suppl 1): 178-179.

1. Alvarez, X, Ramesh, G, Schoof, V, Borda, J, Sestak, K, Veazey, R & Lackner, A. 2003. Visualizing cytokines in tissue: an added dimension to evaluation of SIV infection in rhesus macaque. Antiviral Therapy 8 (suppl 1):289.

Other non-refereed contributions:

Jack, KM, Schoof, VA, Sheller, CR, Rich, CI & PP Klingelhofer. 2012. The influence of age and rank on fecal testosterone, DHT, and cortisol excretion in male white-faced capuchin monkeys (Cebus capucinus) in Santa Rosa National Park, Costa Rica. Tulane University Women Faculty Research Day. New Orleans, Louisiana. February 3.

Schoof, VAM, Jack, KM & SD Carnegie. 2011. Non-aggressive gain of alpha status is associated with fecal androgen and cortisol increase in a male white-faced capuchin, Cebus capucinus. Canadian Association of Physical Anthropology, Annual meeting Montreal, Canada. October 26-29.

Schoof, V. 2004. Innovative use of positive reinforcement training to address clinical needs of captive non-human primates. Texas-Louisiana-Arkansas chapter meeting of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, Covington, Louisiana.

Ledoux, S, Schoof, V & M Weedman. 2004. Tulane National Primate Research Center’s Unit of Environmental Enrichment: Dedicated to the health and well-being of our primates. Texas-Louisiana-Arkansas chapter meeting of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, Covington, Louisiana.

Schoof, VAM. 2002. The ratio of 2nd to 4th digit length (2D:4D) and male voice attractiveness. Honors thesis, Department of Biology, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, Canada.

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