Anita J. Ginther, Ph.D.

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2008 University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Area:
ethology, primatology, sociobiology, endocrinology
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Charles T. Snowdon grad student 2008 UW Madison
 (Reproductive biology and social strategies of cooperatively breeding adult male cottontop tamarins (Saguinus oedipus oedipus) in two life-history phases: Fathers and adult sons.)
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Ginther AJ, Snowdon CT. (2009) Expectant parents groom adult sons according to previous alloparenting in a biparental cooperatively breeding primate Animal Behaviour. 78: 287-297
Ginther AJ, Carlson AA, Ziegler TE, et al. (2002) Neonatal and pubertal development in males of a cooperatively breeding primate, the cotton-top tamarin (Saguinus oedipus oedipus). Biology of Reproduction. 66: 282-90
Ginther AJ, Ziegler TE, Snowdon CT. (2001) Reproductive biology of captive male cottontop tamarin monkeys as a function of social environment. Animal Behaviour. 61: 65-78
Ginther AJ, Washabaugh KF, Snowdon CT. (2000) Measurement of scrotum and testis size of unrestrained captive cotton-top tamarins (Saguinus oedipus oedipus). American Journal of Primatology. 51: 187-95
Ziegler TE, Carlson AA, Ginther AJ, et al. (2000) Gonadal source of testosterone metabolites in urine of male cotton-top tamarin monkeys (Saguinus oedipus). General and Comparative Endocrinology. 118: 332-43
Carlson AA, Ginther AJ, Scheffler GR, et al. (1996) The effects of infant births on the sociosexual behavior and hormonal patterns of a cooperatively breeding primate (Cebuella pygmaea). American Journal of Primatology. 40: 23-39
Carlson AA, Ginther AJ, Scheffler GR, et al. (1996) The effects of infant births on the sociosexual behavior and hormonal patterns of a cooperatively breeding primate (Cebuella pygmaea) American Journal of Primatology. 40: 23-39
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