Publications

1. Mason, W.A. & Stone, C.P. (1953). Maze performance of rats under conditions of surface and underwater swimming. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 46, 159-165. [Request]

2. Lawrence, D.H. & Mason, W.A. (1955). Systematic behavior during discrimination reversal and change of dimensions. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 48, 1-7. [Request]

3. Lawrence, D.H. & Mason, W.A. (1955). Intake and weight adjustments in rats to changes in feeding schedule. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 48, 43-46. [Request]

4. Lawrence, D.H. & Mason, W.A. (1955). Food intake in the rat as a function of deprivation intervals and feeding rhythms. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 48, 267-271. [Request]

5. Stone, C.P. & Mason, W.A. (1955). Effects of hypophysectomy on behavior in rats: III. Thermoregulatory behavior. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 48, 456-462. [Request]

6. Mason, W.A., Blazek, N.C. & Harlow, H.F. (1956). Learning capacities of the infant rhesus monkey. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 49, 449-453. [Request]

7. Mason, W.A. & Harlow, H.F. (1958). Formation of conditioned responses in infant monkeys. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 51, 68-70. [Request]

8. Mason, W.A. & Harlow, H.F. (1958). Performance of infant rhesus monkeys on a spatial discrimination problem. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 51, 71-74. [Request]

9. Mason, W.A. & Harlow, H.F. (1958). Learned approach by infant rhesus monkeys to the sucking situation. Psychological Reports, 4, 79-82. [Request]

10. Mason, W.A. & Harlow, H.F. (1959). Initial responses of infant rhesus monkeys to solid foods. Psychological Reports, 5, 193-199. [Request]

11. Mason, W.A. (1959). Development of communication between young rhesus monkeys. Science, 130,712-713. [Request]

12. Mason, W.A., Harlow, H.F. & Rueping, R.R. (1959). The development of manipulatory responsiveness in the infant rhesus monkey. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 52, 555-558. [Request]

13. Mason, W.A. (1960). Socially mediated reduction in emotional responses of young rhesus monkeys. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 60, 100-104. [Request]

14. Harlow, H.F., Harlow, M.K., Rueping, R.R. & Mason, W.A. (1960). Performance of infant rhesus monkeys on discrimination learning, delayed response and discrimination learning set. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 53, 113-121. [Request]

15. Mason, W.A., Green, P.C. & Posepanko, C.J. (1960). Sex difference in affective-social responses of rhesus monkeys. Behaviour, 16, 74-83. [Request]

16. Mason, W.A. (1960). The effects of social restriction on the behavior of rhesus monkeys: I. Free social behavior. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 53, 582 589. [Request]

17. Mason, W.A. (1961). Effects of age and stimulus characteristics on manipulatory responsiveness of monkeys raised in a restricted environment. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 99, 301-308. [Request]

18. Mason, W.A. & Harlow, H.F. (1961). The effects of age and previous training on patterned strings performance of rhesus monkeys. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 54,704-709. [Request]

19. Mason, W.A. (1961). The effects of social restriction on the behavior of rhesus monkeys: II. Tests of gregariousness. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 54, 287-290. [Request]

20. Mason, W.A. (1961). The effects of social restriction on the behavior of rhesus monkeys: III. ominance tests. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 54, 694-699. [Request]

21. Mason, W.A. & Green, P.C. (1962). The effects of social restriction on the behavior of rhesus monkeys: IV. Responses to a novel environment and to an alien species. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 55, 363-368. [Request]

22. Mason, W.A. & Berkson, G. (1962). Conditions influencing vocal responsiveness of infant chimpanzees. Science, 137, 127-128. [Request]

23. Mason, W.A. & Hollis, J.H. (1962). Communication between young rhesus monkeys. Animal Behaviour, 10, 211-221. [Request]

24. Bernstein, S. & Mason, W.A. (1962). The effects of age and stimulus conditions on the emotional responses of rhesus monkeys: Responses to complex stimuli. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 101, 279-298. [Request]

25. Mason, W.A., Hollis, J.H. & Sharpe, L.G. (1962). Differential responses of chimpanzees to social stimulation. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 55, 1105-1110. [Request]

26. Hansen, E.W. & Mason, W.A. (1962). Socially mediated changes in lever-responding of rhesus monkeys. Psychological Reports, 11, 647-654. [Request]

27. Mason, W.A. & Fitz-Gerald, F.L. (1962). Intellectual performance of an isolation reared rhesus monkey. Perceptual Motor Skills, 15, 594. [Request]

28. Mason, W.A. (1963). Social development of rhesus monkeys with restricted social experience. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 16,263-270. [Request]

29. Bernstein, I.S. & Mason, W.A. (1963). Group formation by rhesus monkeys. Animal Behaviour, 11, 28-31. [Request]

30. Benjamin, L.S. & Mason, W.A. (1963). Effect of hunger on nonnutritive sucking in the infant rhesus monkeys. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 66, 526-531. [Request]

31. Mason, W.A. (1963). The effects of environmental restriction on the social development of rhesus monkeys. In: C.H. Southwick (Ed.), Primate social behavior (pp. 161-173). Princeton: Van Nostrand. [Request]

32. Berkson, G., Mason, W.A. & Saxon, S. (1963). Situation and stimulus effects on stereotyped behaviors of chimpanzees. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 56, 786-792. [Request]

33. Bernstein, I.S. & Mason, W.A. (1963). Activity patterns of rhesus monkeys in a social group. Animal Behaviour, 11, 455-460. [Request]

34. Mason, W.A. & Sponholz, R.R. (1963). Behavior of rhesus monkeys raised in isolation. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 1, 299-306. [Request]

35. Mason, W.A., Saxon, S.V. & Sharpe, L.G. (1963). Preferential responses of young chimpanzees to food and social rewards. Psychological Record, 13, 341-345. [Request]

36. Berkson, G. & Mason, W.A. (1963). Stereotyped movements of mental defectives: III. Situation effects. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 68, 409-412. [Request]

44. Mason, W.A. (1966). Social organization of the South American monkey, Callicebus moloch: A preliminary report. Tulane Studies in Zoology, 13, 23-28. [Request]

1963 Mason APA Symposium - Role of Primates [Request]

37. Berkson, G. & Mason, W.A. (1964). Stereotyped movements of mental defectives: IV. The effects of toys and the character of the acts. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 68, 511- 524. [Request]

38. Mason, W.A. & Riopelle, A.J. (1964). Comparative psychology. Annual Review of Psychology, 15, 143-180. [Request]

39. Mason, W.A. (1964). Sociability and social organization in monkeys and apes. In: L. Berkowitz (Ed.), Recent advances in experimental social psychology (Vol. 1, pp. 277-305). New York: Academic Press. [Request]

40. Berkson, G. & Mason, W.A. (1964). Stereotyped behaviors of chimpanzees: Relation to general arousal and alternative activities. Perceptual Motor Skills, 19, 635-652. [Request]

41. Mason, W.A. (1965). Determinants of social behavior in young chimpanzees. In: A.M. Schrier, H.F. Harlow & F. Stollnitz (Eds.), Behavior of nonhuman primates (Vol. 2, pp. 335-364). New York: Academic Press. [Request]

42. Mason, W.A. (1965). Social development of monkeys and apes. In: I. DeVore (Ed.), Primate behavior: Field studies of monkeys and apes (pp. 514-543). New York: Holt. [Request]

43. Mason, W.A. (1965). [Review of The mountain gorilla]. Current Anthropology, 6, 300. [Request]

45. Mason, W.A. (1967). Motivational aspects of social responsiveness in young chimpanzees. In: H.W. Stevenson, E.H. Hess & H. Rheingold (Eds.), Early behavior: Comparative and developmental approaches (pp. 103-126). New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. [Request]

46. Mason, W.A. (1967). Traditions synthesized. [Review of Animal behaviour: A synthesis of ethology and comparative psychology]. Contemporary Psychology, 12, 589-590. [Request]

52. Mason, W.A. (1967). [Printed discussion of Animal vocalization and communication]. In: C.H. Millikan & F.L. Darley (Ed.), Brain mechanisms underlying speech and language (pp. 11-12). New York: Grune and Stratton. [Request]

47. Mason, W.A. (1968). Scope and potential of primate research. Science and Psychoanalysis, 12, 101-118. [Request]

48. Mason, W.A., Davenport, R.K., Jr. & Menzel, E.W., Jr. (1968). Early experience and the social development of rhesus monkeys and chimpanzees. In: G. Newton & S. Levine (Eds.), Early experience and behavior (pp. 440-480). Springfield: C.C. Thomas. [Request]

49. Mason, W.A. (1968). Lemur lore. [Review of Lemur behavior: A Madagascar field study]. Contemporary Psychology, 13, 373-374. [Request]

50. Mason, W.A. (1968). Use of space by Callicebus groups. In: P.C. Jay (Ed.), Primates: Studies in daptation and variability (pp. 200-216). New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston. [Request]

51. Mason, W.A. (1968). Naturalistic and experimental investigations of the social behavior of monkeys and apes. In: P.C. Jay (Ed.), Primates: Studies in adaptation and variability (pp. 398-419). New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston. [Request]

53. Mason, W.A. (1968). Early social deprivation in the nonhuman primates: Implications for human behavior. In: D. Glass (Ed.), Biology and behavior: Environmental influences (pp. 70-101). New York: Rockefeller University Press. [Request]

55. Candland, D.K. & Mason, W.A. (1968). Infant monkey heart rate: Habituation and effects of social substitutes. Developmental Psychobiology, 1, 254-256. [Request]

54. Randolph, M.C. & Mason, W.A. (1969). Effects of rearing conditions on distress vocalizations in chimpanzees. Folia Primatologica, 10, 103-112. [Request]

57. Mason, W.A. & Epple, G. (1969). Social organization in experimental groups of Saimiri and Callicebus. Proceedings of the Second International Congress of Primatology (Vol. 1, pp. 59-65). New York: Karger. [Request]

56. Mason, W.A. (1970). Back to nature. [Review of Naturalistic viewpoints in psychological research]. Contemporary Psychology, 15, 88-89. [Request]

58. Jones, C., Martin, T.W. & Mason, W.A. (1970). Survival of an escaped Callicebus moloch in Southern Louisiana. Laboratory Primate Newsletter, 9, 6-7. [Request]

59. Mason, W.A. (1970). Chimpanzee social behavior. In: G.H. Bourne (Ed.), The Chimpanzee (Vol. 2, pp. 265-288). New York: Karger. [Request]

60. Bernstein, S. & Mason, W.A. (1970). Effects of age and stimulus conditions on the emotional responses of rhesus monkeys: Differential responses to frustration and to fear stimuli. Developmental Psychobiology, 3, 5-12. [Request]

61. Mason, W.A. (1970). Information processing and experiential deprivation: A biological perspective. In: F.A. Young & D.B. Lindsley (Eds.), Early experience on visual information processing in perceptual and reading disorders (pp. 302-323). Washington, [Request]

62. Mason, W.A. (1970). Early deprivation in biological perspective. In: V.H. Denenberg (Ed.), Education of the infant and young child (pp. 25-50). New York: Academic Press. [Request]

63. Mason, W.A. (1971). Motivational factors in psychosocial development. In: W.J. Arnold & M.M. Page (Eds.), Nebraska symposium on motivation (pp. 35-67). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. [Request]

64. Lorenz, R. & Mason, W.A. (1971). Establishment of a colony of titi monkeys (Callicebus moloch). International Zoo Yearbook, 11, 168-175. [Request]

65. Mason, W.A. (1971). Field and laboratory studies of social organization in Saimiri and Callicebus. In: L.A. Rosenblum (Ed.), Primate behavior: Developments in field and laboratory research (Vol. 2, pp. 107-137). New York: Academic Press. [Request]

66. Mason, W.A., Hill, S.D. & Thomsen, C.E. (1971). Perceptual factors in the development of filial attachment. In: H. Kummer (Ed.), Proceedings of the third international congress of primatology (Vol. 3, pp. 125-133). Basel: S. Karger. [Request]

67. Mason, W.A. (1972). Social reflections. [Review of The social behavior of animals]. Contemporary Psychology, 17, 187-188. [Request]

68. Mason, W.A. (1972). Learning to live. In: Marvels of animal behavior (pp. 374-391). National Geographic Society. [Request]

69. Mason, W.A. (1972). [Review of Primate behavior: Developments in field and laboratory research (Vol. 1)]. Animal Behaviour, 20, 615-616. [Request]

70. Hill, S.D., McCormack, S.A. & Mason, W.A. (1973). Effects of artificial mothers and visual experience on adrenal responsiveness of infant monkeys. Developmental Psychobiology, 6, 421-429. [Request]

71. Mason, W.A. (1973). Regulatory functions of arousal in primate psychosocial development. In: C.R. Carpenter (Ed.), Behavioral regulators of behavior in primates (pp. 19-33). Bucknell: Pennsylvania University Press. [Request]

72. Lorenz, R., Anderson, C.O. & Mason, W.A. (1973). Notes on reproduction in captive squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus). Folia Primatologica, 19, 286-292. [Request]

76. Mason, W.A. (1973). Discussant's comments. Annuals New York Academy of Sciences, 223, 123-124. [Request]

73. Mason, W.A., Hill, S.D. & Thomsen, C.E. (1974). Perceptual aspects of filial attachment in monkeys. In: N.F. White (Ed.), Ethology and psychiatry (pp. 84-93). Toronto: University of Toronto Press. [Request]

74. Mason, W.A. (1974). Differential grouping patterns in two species of South American monkey. In: N.F. White (Ed.), Ethology and psychiatry (pp. 153-169). Toronto: University of Toronto Press. [Request]

75. Mason, W.A. & Kenney, M.D. (1974). Re-direction of filial attachments in rhesus monkeys: Dogs as mother surrogates. Science, 183, 1209-1211. [Request]

77. Anderson, C.O. & Mason, W.A. (1974). Early experience and complexity of social organization in groups of young rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 87, 681-690. [Request]

78. Mason, W.A. (1974). Comparative studies of social behavior in Callicebus and Saimiri: Behavior of male-female pairs. Folia Primatologica, 22, 1-8. [Request]

82. Mason, W.A. (1975). [Review of Primate odyssey and Primate aggression, territoriality, and xenophobia]. American Scientist, 63, 475. [Request]

79. Mason, W.A. (1975). Comparative studies of social behavior in Callicebus and Saimiri: Strength and specificity of attraction between male-female cagemates. Folia Primatologica, 23, 113-123. [Request]

80. Mason, W.A. & Berkson, G. (1975). Effects of maternal mobility on the development of rocking and other behaviors in rhesus monkeys: A study with artificial mothers. Developmental Psychobiology, 8, 197-211. [Request]

81. Eastman, R.F. & Mason, W.A. (1975). Looking behavior in monkeys raised with mobile and stationary artificial mothers. Developmental Psychobiology, 8, 213-221. [Request]

85. Cubicciotti, D., III & Mason, W.A. (1975). Comparative studies of social behavior in Callicebus and Saimiri: Male-female emotional attachments. Behavioral Biology, 16,185-197. [Request]

83. Phillips, M.J. & Mason, W.A. (1976). Comparative studies of social behavior in Callicebus and Saimiri: Social looking in male-female pairs. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 7, 55-56. [Request]

84. Mason, W.A. & Lott, D.F. (1976). Ethology and comparative psychology. Annual Review of Psychology, 27, 129-154. [Request]

86. Mason, W.A. (1976). Environmental models and mental modes: Representational processes in the great apes and man. American Psychologist, 31, 284-294. [Request]

87. Mason, W.A. (1976). Primate social behavior: Pattern and process. In: R.B. Masterton, M.E. Bitterman, C.B.G. Campbell & N. Hotton (Eds.), Evolution of brain and behavior in vertebrates (pp. 425-455). Hillsdale: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. [Request]

88. Mason, W.A. (1976). Windows on other minds. [Review of The question of animal awareness]. Science, 194, 930-931. [Request]

89. Anderson, C.O. & Mason, W.A. (1977). Hormones and social behavior of squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus): I. Effects of endocrine status of females on behavior within heterosexual pairs. Hormones and Behavior, 8,100-106. [Request]

90. Anderson, C.O., Kenney, A.McM. & Mason, W.A. (1977). Effects of maternal mobility, partner, and endocrine state on social responsiveness of adolescent rhesus monkeys. Developmental Psychobiology, 10, 421-434. [Request]

91. Vaitl, E.A., Mason, W.A., Taub, D.M. & Anderson, C.O. (1978). Contrasting effects of living in heterosexual pairs and mixed groups on the structure of social attraction in squirrel monkeys (Saimiri). Animal Behaviour, 26, 358-367. [Request]

92. Mason, W.A. (1978). Ontogeny of social systems. In: D.J. Chivers & J. Herbert (Eds.), Recent advances in primatology. Vol 1: Behaviour (pp. 5-14). London: Academic Press. [Request]

93. Fragaszy, D.M. & Mason, W.A. (1978). Response to novelty in Saimiri and Callicebus: Influence of social context. Primates, 19, 311-331. [Request]

94. Anderson, C.O. & Mason, W.A. (1978). Competitive social strategies in groups of deprived and experienced rhesus monkeys. Developmental Psychobiology, 11, 289-299. [Request]

95. Cubicciotti, D.D., III & Mason, W.A. (1978). Comparative studies of social behavior in Callicebus and Saimiri: Heterosexual jealousy behavior. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 3, 311-322. [Request]

96. Mason, W.A. (1978). Hundeliebefur ein affenkind. Weltwoche, 45, 63. [Request]

97. Mason, W.A. (1978). Maternal deprivation: Biological and evolutionary perspectives. In: S. Trotter & E.B. Thoman (Eds.), Social responsiveness of infants (pp. 33-37). New Jersey: Johnson & Johnson Baby Products Company. [Request]

98. Mason, W.A. (1978). Social experience and primate cognitive development. In: G.M. Burghardt & M. Bekoff (Eds.), The development of behavior: Comparative and evolutionary aspects (pp. 233-251). New York: Garland Press. [Request]

99. Mason, W.A. (1979). Minding, meddling, and muddling through. Laboratory Primate Newsletter, 18, 1-8. [Request]

100. Mason, W.A. (1979). Environmental models and mental modes: Representational processes in the great apes. In: D.A. Hamburg & E.R. McCown (Eds.), The great apes: Perspectives on human evolution, Volume V. (pp. 277-293). Menlo Park: Benjamin/Cummings Pu [Request]

101. Wood, B.S., Mason, W.A. & Kenney, M.D. (1979). Contrasts in visual responsiveness and emotional arousal between rhesus monkeys raised with living and those raised with inanimate substitute mothers. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, [Request]

102. Kenney, M.D., Mason, W.A. & Hill, S.D. (1979). Effects of age, objects and visual experience on affective responses of rhesus monkeys to strangers. Developmental Psychology, 15, 176-184. [Request]

103. Mason, W.A. (1979). Ontogeny of social behavior. In: P. Marler & J.G. Vandenbergh (Eds.), Handbook of behavioral neurobiology: Volume 3. Social behavior and communication (pp. 1-28). New York: Plenum Press. [Request]

104. Mason, W.A. (1979). Wanting and knowing: A biological perspective on maternal deprivation. In: E. Thoman (Ed.), Origins of the infant's social responsiveness (pp. 225-249). Hillsdale: Erlbaum Associates. [Request]

105. Mason, W.A. (1979). Maternal attributes and primate cognitive development. In: M. von Cranach, K. Foppa, W. Lepenies & D. Ploog (Eds.), Human ethology: Claims and limits of a new discipline (pp. 437-455). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Request]

106. Mason, W.A. (1980). Minding our business. American Psychologist, 35, 964-967. [Request]

107. Leger, D.W., Mason, W.A. & Fragaszy, D.M. (1981). Sexual segregation, cliques, and social power in squirrel monkey (Saimiri) groups. Behaviour, 76, 163-181. [Request]

108. Mason, W.A. (1981). [Review of Social behaviour in primates]. Animal Behaviour, 29, 968. [Request]

109. Mason, W.A. (1982). Primate social intelligence: Contributions from the laboratory. In: D.R.Griffin (Ed.), Animal mind - human mind (pp. 131-143). Berlin: Springer-Verlag. [Request]

110. Mendoza, S.P. & Mason, W.A. (1983). Animal models. California Veterinarian, 37, 91-92; 103-104. [Request]

111 Mason, W.A. (1983). Dogs as monkey companions. In: A.H. Katcher & A.M. Beck (Eds.), New perspectives on our lives with companion animals (pp. 17-25). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. [Request]

112. Visalberghi, E. & Mason, W.A. (1983). Determinants of problem-solving success in Saimiri and Callicebus. Primates, 24, 385-396. [Request]

113 Andrews, M.W. & Mason, W.A. (1983). [Review of Brain and intelligence in vertebrates]. The Quarterly Review of Biology, 58, 594-595. [Request]

114. Fragaszy, D.M. & Mason, W.A. (1983). Comparisons of feeding behavior in captive squirrel and titi monkeys (Saimiri sciureus and Callicebus moloch). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 97, 310-326. [Request]

115. Mason, W.A. (1984). Animal learning: Experience life modes and cognitive style.Verhandlungen Deutsche Zoologische Gesellschaft 77, 45-56. [Request]

116. Mason, W.A. (1985). Experiential influences on the development of expressive behaviors in rhesus monkeys. In: G. Zivin (Ed.) The development of expressive behavior: Biologyenvironment interactions (pp. 117-152). New York: Academic Press, Inc. 117. Me [Request]

117. Mendoza, S.P. & Mason, W.A. (1986). Parental division of labour and differentiation of attachments in a monogamous primate (Callicebus moloch). Animal Behaviour 34, 1336-1347. 1986 Mendoza, Mason - Parental division of labour . . . . [Request]

118. Mason, W.A. & Mendoza, S.P. (1986). [Review of Handbook of Squirrel Monkey Research]. Primates 27, 270-272. [Request]

119. Mason, W.A. (1986). Behavior implies cognition. In: W. Bechtel (Ed.), Integrating Scientific Disciplines: Case Studies from the Life Sciences (pp. 297-307). Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff. [Request]

120. Anzenberger, G.A., Mendoza, S.P. & Mason, W.A. (1986). Comparative studies of social behavior in Callicebus and Saimiri: Behavioral and physiological responses of established pairs to unfamiliar pairs. American Journal of Primatology, 11, 37-51. [Request]

121. Mason, W.A. (1986). Can primate political traits be identified? In: J.G. Else & P.C. Lee (Eds.) Primate ontogeny, cognition and social behaviour (pp. 3-11). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Request]

122. Mendoza, S.P. & Mason, W.A. (1986). Parenting within a monogamous society. In: J.G. Else & P.C. Lee (Eds.), Primate ontogeny, cognition and social behavior (pp. 255-266). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Request]

123. Cubicciotti, D.D. III, Mendoza, S.P., Mason, W.A. & Sassenrath, E.N. (1986). Differences between Saimiri sciureus and Callicebus moloch in physiological responsiveness: Implications for behavior. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 100, 385-391. [Request]

124. Mason, W.A. (1986). Early socialization. In: K. Benirschke (Ed.) Primates: The road to selfsustaining populations (pp. 321-329). New York: Springer-Verlag. [Request]

125. Mendoza, S.P. & Mason, W.A. (1986). Contrasting responses to intruders and to involuntary separation by monogamous and polygynous New World monkeys. Physiology & Behavior, 38, 795-801. [Request]

126. Clarke, A.S., Mason, W.A. & Moberg, G.P. (1988). Differential behavioral and adrenocortical responses to stress among three macaque species. American Journal of Primatology, 14, 37-52. [Request]

127. Mason, W.A. & Capitanio, J.P. (1988). Formation and expression of filial attachment in rhesus monkeys raised with living and with inanimate mother substitutes. Developmental Psychobiology, 21, 401-430. [Request]

128. Clarke, A.S., Mason, W.A. & Moberg, G.P. (1988). Interspecific contrasts in responses of macaques to transport cage training. Laboratory Animal Science, 38, 305-309. [Request]

129. Clarke, A.S. & Mason, W.A. (1988). Differences between three macaque species in responsiveness to an observer. International Journal of Primatology, 9, 347-364. [Request]

130. Mendoza, S.P. & Mason, W.A. (1989). Behavioral and endocrine consequences of heterosexual pair formation in squirrel monkeys. Physiology & Behavior, 46, 597-603. [Request]

131. Mendoza, S.P. & Mason, W.A. (1989). Primate relationships: Social dispositions and physiological responses. In: P.K. Seth & S. Seth (Eds.), Perspectives in Primate Biology, Volume 2: Neurobiology (pp. 129-143). New Delhi: Today and Tomorrow's Printer [Request]

132. Mason, W.A. (1989). Primatology and primate well-being. In: W.A. Mason (Ed.), Special Issue: Psychological Well-Being and Environmental Enrichment. American Journal of Primatology, 1 (Suppl.), 1-4. [Request]

133. Mason, W.A. (1990). Premises, promises and problems of primatology. American Journal of Primatology, 22, 123-138. [Request]

134. Mendoza, S.P. & Mason, W.A. (1991). Breeding readiness in squirrel monkeys: Femaleprimed females are triggered by males. Physiology and Behavior, 49, 471-479. [Request]

135. Mason, W.A., Mendoza, S.P. & Moberg, G.P. (1991). Persistent effects of early social experience on physiological responsiveness. In: Akiyoshi Ehara, Tasuku Kimura, Osamu Takenaka & Mitsuo Iwamoto (Eds.), Primatology Today (pp. 469-471). Amsterdam: El [Request]

136. Mendoza, S.P., Saltzman, W., Lyons, D.M., Schiml, P.A. and Mason, W.A. (1991). Within-sex relationships in squirrel monkeys regulate pituitary-adrenal activity. In: Akiyoshi Ehara, Tasuku Kimura, Osamu Takenaka & Mitsuo Iwamoto (Eds.), Primatology To [Request]

137. Saltzman, W., Mendoza, S.P. & Mason, W.A. (1991). Sociophysiology of relationships in squirrel monkeys. I. Formation of female dyads. Physiology and Behavior, 50, 271-280. [Request]

138. Mason, W.A. (1991). Effects of social interaction on well-being: Developmental aspects. Laboratory Animal Science, 41, 323-328. [Request]

139. NRC (National Research Council) (1992). Recognition and Alleviation of Pain and Distress in Laboratory Animals. A report of the Institute of Laboratory Animal Resources Committee on Pain and Distress in Laboratory Animals. Washington, D.C.: National

140. Mason, W.A. (1992). Does function imply structure? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 15, 519-520. [Request]

141. Mason, W.A. & Mendoza, S.P. (1992). Endocrine functions and social inter-relationships. Anais de Etologia, 10, 59-67. [Request]

142. Lyons, D.M., Mendoza, S.P. & Mason, W.A. (1992). Sexual segregation in squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus): A transactional analysis of adult social dynamics. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 106, 323-330. [Request]

143. Mason, W.A. & Mendoza, S.P. (Eds.) (1993). Primate Social Conflict (419 pp.). Albany: State University of New York Press. [Request]

144. Mason, W.A. & Mendoza, S.P. (1993). Primate social conflict: An overview of sources, forms, and consequences. In: W.A. Mason & S.P. Mendoza (Eds.), Primate Social Conflict (pp. 1-11). Albany: State University of New York Press. [Request]

145. Mason, W.A. (1993). The nature of social conflict: A psycho-ethological perspective. In: W.A. Mason & S.P. Mendoza (Eds.), Primate Social Conflict (pp. 13-47). Albany: State University of New York Press. [Request]

146. Mason, W.A., Long, D.D. & Mendoza, S.P. (1993). Temperament and mother-infant conflict in macaques: A transactional analysis. In: W.A. Mason & S.P. Mendoza (Eds.), Primate Social Conflict (pp. 205-227). Albany: State University of New York Press. [Request]

147. Mason, W.A. & Mendoza, S.P. (1993). Contrasting life modes in Cebidae: Titi monkeys (Callicebus) and squirrel monkeys (Saimiri). Regional Proceedings of the American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums (pp. 715-722). [Request]

148. Lyons, D.M., Mendoza, S.P. & Mason, W.A. (1994). Psychosocial and hormonal aspects of hierarchy formation in groups of male squirrel monkeys. American Journal of Primatology, 32, 109-122. [Request]

149. Clarke, A.S., Mason, W.A. & Mendoza, S.P. (1994). Heart rate patterns under stress in three species of macaques. American Journal of Primatology, 33, 133-148. [Request]

150. Mason, W.A. (1994). [Review of Through the Looking Glass: Issues of Psychological Well-Being in Captive Nonhuman Primates]. American Journal of Primatology, 33, 161-166. [Request]

151. Mason, W.A., Geen, T.R., Lyons, D.M. & Mendoza, S.P. (1994). Socialization influences on responses to intruders. In: J.J. Roeder, B. Thierry, J.R. Anderson & N. Herrenschmidt (Eds.), Current Primatology. Volume II: Social Development, Learning and Be [Request]

152. Mendoza, S.P. & Mason, W.A. (1994). Constitution and context: The social modulation of temperament. In: J.J. Roeder, B. Thierry, J.R. Anderson & N. Herrenschmidt (Eds.), Current Primatology. Volume II: Social Development, Learning and Behaviour (pp. [Request]

153. Hennessy, M.B., Mendoza, S.P., Mason, W.A. & Moberg, G.P. (1995). Endocrine sensitivity to novelty in squirrel monkeys and titi monkeys: Species differences in characteristic modes of responding to the environment. Physiology and Behavior, 57, 331-33 [Request]

154. Hoffman, K.A., Mendoza, S.P., Hennessy, M.B. & Mason, W.A. (1995). Responses of infant titi monkeys, Callicebus moloch, to removal of one or both parents: Evidence for paternal attachment. Developmental Psychobiology, 28, 399-407. [Request]

155. Aruguete, M.A. & Mason, W.A. (1996). Effect of infants on adult social relations in the squirrel monkey (Saimiri sciureus). Psychological Reports, 79, 603-611. [Request]

156. Schiml, P.A., Mendoza, S.P., Saltzman, W., Lyons, D.M. & Mason, W.A. (1996). Seasonality in squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus): Social facilitation by females. Physiology and Behavior, 60, 1105-1113. [Request]

157. Mendoza, S.P. & Mason, W.A. (1997). Attachment relationships in New World primates. In: C.S. Carter, I.I. Lederhendler & B. Kirkpatrick (Eds.), The Integrative Neurobiology of Affiliation (pp. 203-209). New York: New York Academy of Sciences. [Request]

158. Mason, W.A. (1997). Discovering behavior. American Psychologist, 52, 713-720. [Request]

159. Mendoza, S.P. & Mason, W.A. (1997). Autonomic balance in Saimiri sciureus and Callicebus moloch: Relation to life-style. Folia Primatologica, 68, 307-318. [Request]

160. Fernandez-Duque, E., Mason, W.A. & Mendoza, S.P. (1997). Effects of duration of separation on responses to mates and strangers in the monogamous titi monkey (Callicebus moloch). American Journal of Primatology, 43, 225-237. [Request]

161. Capitanio, J.P., Mendoza, S.P., Lerche, N.W. & Mason, W.A. (1998). Social stress results in altered glucocorticoid regulation and shorter survival in simian acquired immune deficiency syndrome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sceinces, 95, 471 [Request]

162. Mason, W.A. (1998). Words, deeds and motivations: Comment on Maestripieri and Carroll (1998). Psychological Bulletin, 123, 231-233. [Request]

163. NRC (National Research Council) (1998). The Psychological Well-being of Nonhuman Primates. A report of the Institute of Laboratory Animal Research Committee on Well Being of Nonhuman Primates. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. 168 pp. [Request]

164. Mayeaux, D.J. & Mason, W.A. (1998). Development of responsiveness to novel objects in the titi monkey, Callicebus moloch. Primates, 39, 419-431, 1998. [Request]

165. Mason, W.A. & Mendoza, S.P. (1998). Generic aspects of primate attachments: Parents, offspring and mates. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 23, 765-778. [Request]

168. Aruguete,M. S., Lyons, D.M., Mason, W. A., & Mendoza, S.P. (1998). Reactions of adult and immature squirrel monkeys to intergroup exposure. Zoo Biology, 17, 519-524. [Request]

166. Schiml, P.A., Mendoza, S.P., Saltzman, W., Lyons, D.M. & Mason, W.A. (1999). Annual physiological changes in individually housed squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus). American Journal of Primatology, 47, 93-103. [Request]

167. Valeggia, C. R., Mendoza, S. P., Fernandez-Duque, E., Mason, W. A., & Lasley, B. (1999). Reproductive biology of female titi monkeys (Callicebus moloch) in captivity. American Journal of Primatology, 47(3), 183-195. [Request]

169. Capitanio, J. P., Mason, W. A. (2000). Cognitive style: Problem-solving by rhesus macaques (Macaca Mulatta) reared with living or inanimate substitute mothers. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 114(2), 115-125. [Request]

170. Mason, W.A. (2000). Early developmental influences of experience on behaviour, temperament, and stress. In: G. P. Moberg and J. A. Mench (Eds.), The Biology of Animal Stress. Basic Principles and Implications for Animal Welfare, CABI Publishing, New [Request]

171. Mendoza, S.P., Capitanio, J.P., Mason, W.A. (2000). Chronic Social Stress: Studies in Nonhuman Primates. In: G. P. Moberg and J. A. Mench (Eds). Biology of Animal Stress. Basic Principles and Implications for Animal Welfare. CABI Publishing, New, Yor [Request]

172. Fernandez-Duque, E., Valeggia, C. R. and Mason, W. A. (2000). Effects of pair-bond and social context on male-female interactions in captive titi monkeys (Callicebus moloch). Ethology, 106, 1067-1082. [Request]

173. Emery, N. J., Capitanio, J. P., Mason, W. A., Machado, C. J., Mendoza, S. P. and Amaral, D. G. (2001). The effects of bilateral lesions of the amygdala on dyadic social interactions in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Behavioral Neuroscience, 115(3), [Request]

174. Mason, W. A. & Kinzey, W. G. (2001). Diligent fathers. In: David Macdonald (ed), The New Encyclopedia of Mammals. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, p. xxii. [Request]

175. Prather, M. D., Lavenex, P., Mauldin-Jourdain, M. L., Mason, W. A., Capitanio, J. P., Mendoza, S. P., and Amaral, D. G. (2001). Increased social fear and decreased fear of objects in monkeys with neonatal amygdala lesions. Neuroscience, 106(2), 653-6 [Request]

176. Mason, W. A. (2002). Tool-using chimpanzees. [Review of Folk Physics for Apes. The Chimpanzee's Theory of How the World Works.] American Journal of Primatology, 56, 253-255. [Request]

177. Mason, W. A. (2002). The natural history of primate development: An organismic perspective. In: D. J. Lewkowicz and R. Lickliter (eds.), Conceptions of Development: Lessons From The Laboratory. New York: Psychology Press, pp. 105-134. [Request]

178. Mayeaux, D. J., Mason, W. A., & Mendoza, S. P. (2002). Developmental changes in responsiveness to parents and unfamiliar adults in a monogamous monkey (Callicebus moloch). American Journal of Primatology 58:71-89. [Request]

180. Mendoza, S. P.; Reeder, D. M.; & Mason, W. A. (2002). The nature of proximate mechanisms underlying primate social systems: Simplicity and redundancy. In: Soligo, C., Anzenberger, G., Martin, R. D. (Eds.) Primatology and Anthropology: Into the Third [Request]

179. Mason, W. A. (2003). Reflections on "Motivational aspectsof social responsiveness in young chimpanzees." In: Harlene Hayne and Jeffrey Fagen (eds.), Progress in Infancy Research, Volume 3. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, pp. 14-1 [Request]

181. Amaral, D. G., Bauman, M. D., Capitanio, J. P., Lavenex, P., Mason, W. A., Mauldin-Jourdain, M. L., Mendoza, S. P. (2003). The amygdala: is it an essential component of the neural network for social cognition? Neuropsychologia 41:517-522. [Request]

182. Mason, W. A. (2003). Forward. In: Duane M. Rumbaugh and David A. Washburn (eds.), Intelligence of Apes and Other Rational Beings. New Haven: Yale University Press, pp. xi-xii. [Request]

183. Maninger, N., Capitanio, J. P., Mendoza, S. P. and Mason, W. A. (2003). Personality influences tetanus-specific antibody response in adult male rhesus macaques after removal from natal group housing relocation. American Journal of Primatology, 61, 73 [Request]

184. Bauman, M.D., Lavenex, P., Mason, W. A., Capitanio, J. P., and Amaral, D. G. (2004). The development of mother-infant interactions after neonatal amygdala lesions in rhesus monkeys. The Journal of Neuroscience, 24(3), 711-721. [Request]

185. Ruys, J. D., Mendoza, S. P., Capitanio, J. P. and Mason, W. A. (2004). Behavioral and physiological adaptation to repeated chair restraint in rhesus macaques. Physiology & Behavior, 82, 205-213. [Request]

186. Bauman, M.D., Lavenex, P., Mason, W. A., Capitanio, J. P., and Amaral, D. G. (2004). The development of social behavior following neonatal amygdala lesions in macaque monkeys. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 16(8), 1388-1411. [Request]

187. Mason, W. A. (2004). Proximate behaviors in the evolution of macaque societies. In: B. Thierry, M. Singh & W. Kaumanns (Eds.) Macaque Societies: A Model for the Study of Social Organization. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge, UK), pp. 313-317. [Request]

188. Capitanio, J P, Mendoza, S P, Mason, W A, Maninger, N. (2005). Rearing environment and hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal regulation in young rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatto). Developmental Psychobiology 46, 318-330. [Request]

190. Mason, W. A. (2005). Book Review. Primate Psychology edited by Dario Maestripieri, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, ix + 619 pp., 2003. International Journal of Primatology 26(4), 991-993. [Request]

189. Capitanio, J.P., Mason, W.A., Mendoza, S.P., DelRosso, L.A., Roberts, J.A., (2006). Nursery rearing and biobehavioral organization. In: Gene P. Sackett, Gerald C. Ruppenthal, Kate Elias (eds.), Nursery Rearing of Nonhuman Primates in the 21st Century [Request]

191. Mason, W. A., Capitanio, J. P., Machado, C. J., Mendoza, S. P., and Amaral, D. G. (2006). Amygdalectomy and Responsiveness to Novelty in Rhesus Monkeys: Generality and Individual Consistency of Effects. Emotion, 6(1), 73-81. [Request]

192. Bauman, M.D., Toscano, J. E., Mason, W. A., Lavenex, P., Amaral, D. C. (2006). The expression of social dominance following neonatal lesions of the amygdale or hippocampus in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Behavioral Neuroscience,120(4), 749-760. [Request]

193. Mason, W. A. (2006). Volume Forward. In: David A. Washburn (ed.), Primate Perspectives on Behavior and Cognition. American Psychological Association, Washington, D. C., 319 pp. [Request]

194. Tardif, S., Bales, K., Williams, L., Moeller, E. L.//Abbott, D.//Schultz-Darken, N., Mendoza, S. P., Bourgeois, Sabrina, Ruiz, Julio (2006). Preparing new world monkeys for laboratory research. ILAR Journal, 47(4), 307-315. [Request]