Publications

1. Smotherman, W.P., S.G. Wiener, S.P. Mendoza, S.P. and S. Levine (1976). Pituitaryadrenal responsiveness of rat mothers to noxious stimuli and stimuli produced by pups. In: K. Elliott and D.W. Fitzsimons (Eds.), Breast-Feeding and the Mother. Ciba Founda [Request]

2. Smotherman, W.P., S.G. Wiener, S.P. Mendoza and S. Levine (1977). Maternal pituitary-adrenal responsiveness as a function of differential treatment of rat pups. Developmental Psychobiology 10:113-122. [Request]

3. Smotherman, W.P., S.P. Mendoza and S. Levine (1977). Ontogenetic changes in pupelicited maternal pituitary-adrenal activity: Pup age and stage of lactation effects. Developmental Psychobiology 10:365-371. [Request]

4. Mendoza, S.P., W.P. Smotherman, M.T. Miner, J. Kaplan and S.Levine (1978). Pituitary-adrenal response to separation in mother and infant squirrel monkeys. Developmental Psychobiology 11:169-175. [Request]

5. Coe, C.L., S.P. Mendoza, W.P. Smotherman and S. Levine (1978). Mother-infant attachment in the squirrel monkey: Adrenal response to separation. Behavioral Biology 22:256-263. [Request]

6. Mendoza, S.P., E.L. Lowe, J.A. Resko and S. Levine (1978). Seasonal variations in gonadal hormones and social behavior in squirrel monkeys. Physiology and Behavior 20:515-522. [Request]

7. Coe, C.L., S.P. Mendoza, J.M. Davidson, E.R.Smith, M.F. Dallman and S. Levine (1978). Hormonal response to stress in the squirrel monkey (Saimiri sciureus). Neuroendocrinology 26:367-377. [Request]

8. Hennessy, M.B., C.L. Coe, S.P. Mendoza, E.L. Lowe and S. Levine (1978). Scentmarking and olfactory investigatory behavior in the squirrel monkey (Saimiri sciureus). Behavioral Biology 24:57-67. [Request]

9. Mendoza, S.P., E.L. Lowe and S. Levine (1978). Social organization and social behavior in two subspecies of squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus). Folia Primatologica 30:126-144. [Request]

10. Mendoza, S.P., E.L. Lowe, J.M. Davidson and S. Levine (1978). Annual cyclicity in the squirrel monkey (Saimiri sciureus): The relationship between testosterone, fatting and sexual behavior. Hormones and Behavior 11:295-303. [Request]

11. Mendoza, S.P., C.L. Coe, E.L. Lowe and S. Levine (1979). The physiological response to group formation in adult male squirrel monkeys. Psychoneuroendocrinology 3:221-229. [Request]

12. Coe, C.L., S.P. Mendoza and S. Levine (1979). Social status constrains the stress response in the squirrel monkey. Physiology and Behavior 23:633-638. [Request]

13. Hennessy, M.B., J.N. Kaplan, S.P. Mendoza, E.L. Lowe and S. Levine (1979). Separation distress and attachment in surrogate-reared squirrel monkeys. Physiology and Behavior 23: 1017-1023. [Request]

14. Mendoza, S.P., C.L. Coe, W.P. Smotherman, J. Kaplan and S. Levine (1980). Functional consequences of attachment: A comparison of two species. In: R.W. Bell and W.P. Smotherman (Eds.), Maternal Influences and Early Behavior, Spectrum Publications, New [Request]

15. Hennessy, M.B., S.P. Mendoza, C.L. Coe, E.L. Lowe and S. Levine (1980). Androgen-related behavior in the squirrel monkey: An issue that is nothing to sneeze at. Behavioral and Neural Biology 30:103-108. [Request]

16. Hennessy, M.B., S.P. Mendoza and J.N. Kaplan (1982). Behavior and plasma cortisol following brief peer separation in juvenile squirrel monkeys. American Journal of Primatology 3:143-151. [Request]

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

18. Mendoza, S.P. and P.R.Barchas (1983). Behavioral processes leading to linear status hierarchies following group formation in rhesus monkeys. Journal of Human Evolution 12: 185-192. [Request]

19. Coe, C.L., E.R. Smith, S.P. Mendoza and S. Levine (1983). Varying influence of social status on hormone levels in male squirrel monkeys. In: H.D. Steklis and A.S. Kling (Eds.), Hormones, Drugs and Social Behavior in Primates. Spectrum Publications, Ne [Request]

20. Mendoza, S.P. (1983). Diseases and models of diseases. [Review of Non-human Primate Models for Human Disease, W.R. Dukelow (Ed.)]. American Journal of Primatology 5: 387-388. [Request]

21. Barchas, P.R.and S.P. Mendoza, Editors (1984). Social Cohesion: Essays Toward a Sociophysiological Perspective. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut. [Request]

22. Mendoza, S.P. (1984). The psychobiology of social relationships. In: P.R. Barchas and S.P. Mendoza (Eds.), Social Cohesion: Essays Toward a Sociophysiological Perspective. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, pp. 3-29. [Request]

23. Barchas, P.R. and S.P. Mendoza (1984). Emergent hierarchical relationships in rhesus macaques: An application of Chase's model. In: P.R. Barchas (Ed.), Social Hierarchies: Essays Toward a Sociophysiological Perspective. Greenwood Press, Westport, Conn [Request]

24. Mendoza, S.P. and G.P. Moberg (1985). Species differences in adrenocortical activity of New World primates: Response to dexamethasone suppression. American Journal of Primatology 8:215-224. [Request]

25. Mendoza, S.P. and W.A. Mason (1986). Parenting within a monogamous society. In: J.G. Else and P.C. Lee (Eds.), Primate Ontogeny, Cognition and Social Behavior. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 255-266. [Request]

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

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

28. Anzenberger, G.A., S.P. Mendoza and W.A. Mason (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]

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

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

31. Myers, B.A., S.P. Mendoza and C.E.Cornelius (1988). Elevation in plasma glucagon levels in response to stress in squirrel monkeys: Comparisons of two subspecies (Saimiri sciureus boliviensis and Saimiri sciureus sciureus). Journal of Medical Primatolo [Request]

32. Roberts, J. and S.P. Mendoza (1989). Hematologic and serum chemistry values in Callicebus moloch cupreus. Laboratory Animal Science 39:163-165. [Request]

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

34. Mendoza, S.P. and W.A. Mason (1989). Primate relationships: Social dispositions and physiological responses. In: P.K. Seth and S. Seth (Eds.), Perspectives in Primate Biology, Volume 2: Neurobiology. Today and Tomorrow's Printers and Publishers, New D [Request]

35. Mendoza, S.P., D.M. Lyons and W. Saltzman (1991). Sociophysiology of squirrel monkeys. American Journal of Primatology 23:37-54. [Request]

36. Mendoza, S.P. (1991). Behavioural and physiological indices of social relationships: Comparative studies of New World monkeys. In: H.O. Box (Ed.), Primate Responses to Environmental Change. Chapman and Hall, London, pp. 311-338. [Request]

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

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

39. Mason, W.A., S.P. Mendoza and G.P. Moberg (1991). Persistent effects of early social experience on physiological responsiveness. In: Akiyoshi Ehara, Tasuku Kimura, Osamu Takenaka and Mitsuo Iwamoto (Eds.), Primatology Today. Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 4 [Request]

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

41. Mendoza, S.P. (1991). Sociophysiology of well-being in nonhuman primates. Laboratory Animal Science 41:344-349. [Request]

42. Mason, W.A. and S.P. Mendoza (1992). Endocrine functions and social interrelationships. Anais de Etologia 10:59-67. [Request]

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

44. Mendoza, S.P., M.B. Hennessy and D.M. Lyons (1992). Distinct immediate and prolonged effects of separation on plasma cortisol in adult female squirrel monkeys. Psychobiology 20:300-306. [Request]

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

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

47. Mendoza, S.P. (1993). Social conflict on first encounters. In: W.A. Mason and S.P. Mendoza (Eds.), Primate Social Conflict. Albany: State University of New York Press, pp. 85-110. [Request]

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

49. Mason, W.A. and S.P. Mendoza (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]

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

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

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

53. Mason, W.A., T.R. Geen, D.M. Lyons and S.P. Mendoza (1994). Socialization influences on responses to intruders. In: J.J. Roeder, B. Thierry, J.R. Anderson and N. Herrenschmidt (Eds.), Current Primatology. Volume II: Social Development, Learning and Behavior. Strasbourg, France: Universite Louis Pasteur, pp. 251-256 [Request]

54. Hennessy, M.B., S.P. Mendoza, W.A. Mason and G.P. Moberg (1995). Endocrine sensitivity to novelty in squirrel monkeys and titi monkeys: Species differences in characteristic modes of responding to the environment. Physiology and Behavior 57:331-338. [Request]

55. Mendoza, S.P. and P.R. Shaver (1995). One rendition of evolutionary psychology. [Review of The Evolution of Desire: Strategies of Human Mating]. Contemporary Psychology 40: 634-636. [Request]

56. Hoffman, K.A., S.P. Mendoza, M.B. Hennessy and W.A. Mason (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]

57. Capitanio, J.P., S.P. Mendoza and M. McChesney (1996). Influences of blood sampling procedures on basal hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal hormone levels and leukocyte values in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). Journal of Medical Primatology 25:26-33. [Request]

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

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

60. Valeggia, C.R., S.P. Mendoza and J.P. Capitanio (1997). A non-radioactive assay for determination of mitogen-induced proliferation of peripheral blood lymphocytes in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Boletin Primatologico Latinoamericano 6:9-13. [Request]

61. Baroncelli, S., P.A. Barry, J.P. Capitanio, N.W. Lerche, M. Otsyula and S.P. Mendoza (1997). Cytomegalovirus and simian immunodeficiency virus coinfection: Longitudinal study of antibody responses and disease progression. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes and Human Retroviruses 15:5-15. [Request]

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

63. Fernandez-Duque, E., W.A. Mason and S.P. Mendoza (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]

64. Capitanio, J.P., S.P. Mendoza and N.W. Lerche (1998). Individual differences in peripheral blood immunological and hormonal measures in adult male rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta): Evidence for temporal and situational consistency. American Journal of Primatology 44:29-41 [Request]

65. Capitanio, J.P., S.P. Mendoza, N.W. Lerche and W.A. Mason (1998). Social stress results in altered glucocorticoid regulation and shorter survival in simian acquired immune deficiency syndrome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sceinces 95:4714-47 [Request]

66. Mason, W.A. and S.P. Mendoza (1998). Generic aspects of primate attachments: Parents, offspring and mates. Psychoneuroendocrinology 24:765-778. [Request]

71. Mendoza, S. P. (1999). Squirrel Monkeys. In: Trevor Poole (Ed.), The UFAW Handbook on the Care and Management of Laboratory Animals, Seventh Edition, Volume 1, Oxford: Blackwell Science Ltd, pp. 591-600. [Request]

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

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

69. Capitanio, J.P., S.P. Mendoza and S. Baroncelli (1999). The relationship of personality dimensions in adult male rhesus macaques to progression of simian immunodeficiency virus disease. Brain, Behavior and Immunity, 13:138-154. [Request]

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

72. Mendoza, S. P., J. P. Capitanio and W. A.Mason (2000). Chronic Social Stress: Studies in Non-human Primates. In: G. P. Moberg and J. A. Mench (Eds.), Biology of Animal Stress. Basic Principles and Implications for Animal Welfare, CABI Publishing, New York, pp 227-247 [Request]

73. Mendoza, Sally P. and Ruys, John D. (2001). The beginning of an alternative view of the neurobiology of emotion. Social Science Information 40:39-60. [Request]

74. Emery, Nathan J., Capitanio, John P., Mason, William A., Machado, Christopher J., Mendoza, Sally P. and Amaral, David G. (2001). The effects of bilateral lesions of the amygdala on dyadic social interactions in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Behaviorial Neuroscience 115:515-544 [Request]

75. Prather, M. D., Lavenex, P., Mauldin-Jourdain, M. L., Mason, W. A., Capitanio, J. P., Mendoza, S. P., Amaral, D. G. (2001). Increased social fear and decreased fear of objects in monkeys with neonatal amygdala lesions. Neuroscience 106:653-658. [Request]

76. Moorman, E. A.; Mendoza, S. P.; Shideler, S. E. & Lasley, B. L. (2002). Excretion and measurement of estradiol and progesterone metabolites in the feces and urine of female squirrel monkeys (Saimiri scireus). American Journal of Primatology 57:79-90. [Request]

77. 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]

78. 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 Millennium. Evolutionary Anthropology 11, S1:112-116. Wiley, New York. [Request]

79. Abbott, D. H., Keverne, E. B., Bercovitch, F. B., Shively, C. A., Mendoza, S. P., Saltzman, W., Snowdon, C. T., Ziegler, T. E., Banjevic, M., Garland Jr., T., Sapolsky, R. M. (2003). Are subordinates always stressed? A comparative analysis of rank differences in cortisol levels among primiates. Hormones and Behavior 43:67-82 [Request]

80. 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]

81. Bentson, K. L., Capitanio, J. P., Mendoza, S. P. (2003). Cortisol responses to immobilization with Telazol or ketamine in baboons (Papio cynocephaluslanubis) and rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). Journal of Medical Primatology 32:148-160. [Request]

82. Schradin C., Reeder D.M., Mendoza S.P., Anzenberger G. (2003). Prolactin and paternal care: comparison of three species of monogamous New World monkeys (Callicebus cupreus, Callithrix jacchus, and Callimico goeldii). Journal of Comparative Psychology 117:166-175 [Request]

83. Pravosudov, V.V., Mendoza, S. P., Clayton, Nicola S. (2003). The relationship between dominance, corticosterone, memory, and food caching in mountain chickadees (Poecile gambeli). Hormones and Behavior 44:93-102. [Request]

84. Maninger, N., Capitanio, J. P., Mendoza, S. P. & 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 83 [Request]

85. 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]

86. Capitanio, J. P., Mendoza, S. P., Bentson, K. L. (2004). Personality characteristics and basal cortisol concentrations in adult male rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). Psychoneuroendocrinology, 29, 1300-1308. [Request]

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

88. 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. Springer Science + Business Media, Inc., New York, pp. 191-214 [Request]

89. Corbett, B. A., Mendoza, S. P., Abdullah, M., Wegelin, J. A., Levine, S. (2006). Cortisol circadian rhythms and response to stress in children with autism. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 31, 59-68. [Request]

90. 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]

91. Goursaud, A-P S., Mendoza, Sally P., Capitanio, J. P. (2006) . Do neonatal bilateral ibotenic acid lesions of the hippocampal formation or of the amygdala impair HPA axis responsiveness and regulation in infant rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)? Brain Research, 1071, 97-104 [Request]

92. 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]