Mahale M-group male branchiating down to forest floor
Infant female of M-group, Mahale Stone-handling female at Arashiyama, Kyoto Japan Liza Moscovise (U-Wisc. Madison) and Rubondo Isl. NP Chimpanzee Habituation Crew of 2001



At 1051 m on Mt. Hon Ba, Khanh Vinh Province, Vietnam (March 2012)

TEDxOsaka2012 talk on 
Animal  Self-Medication (youtube)

Associate Professor
Section of Social Systems Evolution

Mailing Address:
Primate Research Institute
Kyoto University
Inuyama, Aichi 484
JAPAN
 
Tel: +81(568) 63-0538
Fax: +81(568) 63-0085
email: huffman@pri.kyoto-u.ac.jp

Up-dated 2016.6.1

 

Sri Channakeshava Temple, Belur City, Hassan District, Karnataka, India (2007) These carvings in stone of monkeys are part of the temple created by Jakanachari, finished in 1117, during the Hoysala Dynasty in the period of King Vishnuvardhana's reign.

 


SIGIRIYA fresco


UNESCO World Heritage site SIGIRIYA

 


Mahale: A photographic encounter with chimpanzees. Sterling Publishing Co., Inc., New York, 1998
Angelika Hofer, Michael A. Huffman & Gunter Ziesler and forward by Jane Goodall


Mahale: begegnung mit Schimpansen. PAN Edition, im Verlag Nagalon, 1998
Angelika Hofer, Michael A. Huffman & Gunter Ziesler

 


English(Free pdf download here)
 Japanese other Langages


New Book 2009 available 
at Amazon.com  or  
Cambridge University Press

Huffman, Leca, Nahallage 2009 
Integrated approach to social learning
(Free pdf download here)

 


2012 Cambridge University Press, Studies in 
Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology


2012.8 E-book and Hard copy available


2012.10 E-book and Hard copy available soon

 


The Missing Lemur Link
An Ancestral Step in the Evolution of Human Behaviour


Wild Harvest
Plants in the Hominin and Pre-Agrarian Human Worlds

Current Status:
Associate Professor (tenured), Section of Social Systems Evolution, PRI, Kyoto
University (from September 16, 2001)

Adjunct Faculty, National Institute of Advanced Studies, Indian Institute of Science Campus,
Bangalore India (from September 2011)

 


Education

1978.1 - 1979.6 (Japan Studies) Kansai University of Foreign Language Studies, Japan
1983 B.Sc. (Biology), Fort Lewis College, Colorado
1986 M.Sc. (Zoology), Kyoto University, Japan
1989 D.Sc. (Zoology), Kyoto University, Japan

 

Languages Spoken

English, Japanese, Swahili (now learning some Sinhalese & Hindi)



Professional Organizations and Duties

American Primatological Society (Associate Editor)
Primate Society of Japan (Editorial Secretary)
Primate Research (Editorial Board)
Scientific Reports (Editorial Board 2012~)
African Primates (Editorial Board 2013~)
Asian Primate Journal (Editorial Board 2013~)
Conference Papers in Biology- Zoology Section (Editorial Board)
Anthropologial Science (Associate Editor 2012~)
Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine (Associate Editor)
IUCN /SSC & Re-introduction Specialist Group (RSG): (Serving member-consultant)
IUCN SSC Primate Specialist Group - Africa Section: (Serving member-consultant 2014~)
International Primate Society (Lifetime Member)
Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka (Lifetime Member 2011.9~)
International Society of Ethnopharmacology (Editorial Consultant)
Societe Francaise d'Ethnopharmacologie (Scientific advisory board)
Kyoto University English Newsletter ‘Rakuyu’ (Senior Editor - 2007-2009)



Awards & Recognition

1993 Primate Society of Japan's Award for Overseas Research
1997 Frucht Memorial Lecturer (Key Note Speaker), University of Alberta
1997 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001: In Marquis "Who's Who in the World"
1999 Primate Society of Japan's "Takashima Prize"
2000 'The Asia 500' Baron's Special 2000 Award for Global Achievement
2001 Presidential Award '500 Great Minds' Barons Who's Who (USA)
2007 ~ Honorary member Associazone Primatologica Italiana


Advisory & Referee Responsibilities

Journals

African Journal of Plant Science, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, American Journal of Primatology, American Institute of Biological Sciences, ANIMAL, Animal Behavior, Anthropological Science, Appetite, Journal of Archaeological Science, Asian Journal of Primatology, Behaviour, Behavioral and Brain Science, Behavioral Processes, Behavior and Physiology, Biology Letters, Biotropica, Brazilian Journal of Pharmacognosy, Chemical Ecology, Child Development Research, Current Anthropology, Current Biology, Current Clinical Pharmacology, EcoHealth, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Ethology, Evolution & Human Behavior, Evolutionary Anthropology, Folia Primatologica, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, Helminthologia, International Journal of Comparative Psychology, International Journal of Primatology, International Journal of Parasitology, Journal of Ethnobiology, J.S. Guggenheim Memorial Foundation-Canada, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, L.S.B. Leakey Foundation, Mammalia, Mammal Study Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Counsel (Canada), National Science Foundation (USA), Neuroscience, Parasite, Parasitology, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, PloSOne, Primates, Primatologie, Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, Range Ecology and Management, Scientific Research and Essays, Scientific Reports, The Natural Environment Research Council (UK), International Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism, Trends in Evolutionary Anthropology, Wildlife Conservation- Japan, Journal of Virology

Funding Agencies

United States-Israel Binational Science Foundation, Expertises Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR) France, Grant Agency, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (GARC), J.S. Guggenheim Memorial Foundation-Canada, The Natural Environment Research Council (UK), Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Counsel (Canada), National Science Foundation (USA), L. S. B. Leakey Foundation, National Geographic Society, Graduate Women in Science Fellowships (USA).


Colombo Zoo, Sri Lanka field excursion with
Dr. Charmalie Nahallage and students (Feb. 2009)

Three monkey watchers in Ubud Bali
Charmalie, J.B.Leca and Mike (Aug. 2009)

Morning tea and boiled cassava in Katumbi village,
 Lake Tanganyika, Tanzania (June 2013).
 (L - R foreground) Mike, Moshi Bunengwa, Jacques Mitsch).


Diploma & Graduate Degree Students, External PhD Advisor:

1. Teruyoshi Takagaki (Masters in Agricultural Sciences, 1991) "Chemical constituents of Vernonia amygdalina, a possible medicinal plant used by wild chimpanzees", Faculty of Agriculture, Kyoto University

2. Mitsuo Jisaka (Doctor of Agricultural Sciences, 1992) "Bioactive Constituents of Vernonia amygdalina, a possible medicinal plant used by wild chimpanzees.", Faculty of Agriculture, , Kyoto University

3. Daisuke Izutsu (Masters in Agricultural Sciences, 1993) "Steroids, their related compounds and antiparasitic activity of Vernonia amygdalina, a medicinal plant used by chimpanzees in the wild" , Faculty of Agriculture, Kyoto University

4. Gail Renehan (V.M., Tufts University, Boston, U.S.A.) "Evaluation of the potential for the use of medicinal plants in the treatment of parasite infections in captive chimpanzees of African Zoos and Sanctuaries, 1995, 1996"

5. Michelle G. Burrows (D.V. M., Glasgow University, U.K.) "Investigation of the intestinal parasites of chimpanzees in the Budongo Forest, Uganda- 1996"

6. Jessica Zippin (Masters in Geology, 1999) "Geochemistry of termite mound soils ingested by chimpanzees of the Mahale Mtns.- 1995, 1996", York University, Canada.

7. Laura Ketch (Masters in Botany, 2000) "Microbiology of termite mound soils ingested by chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains. - 1996", University of Toronto, Canada.

8. Linda Turner (M. Sc. 1994) "Laterality in Activities of the Japanese Macaques of Arashiyama, (Ph. D received March 2000) "Feeding Ecology of chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains, Tanzania 1994 - 1997." Dept. of Zoology, Kyoto University.

9. James Wakibara (M.Sc. 2000) (PhD. 2003) The adaptive significance of Geophagy in Japanese Macaques of Arashiyama-; Seed dispersal of chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains." Dept. of Zoology, Kyoto University.

10. Ivona Foitova (Ph. D 2003): "Host-parasite relationship and self-medication in the wild orangutan of Northern Sumatra", Brno University, Brno, Czech Republic

11. Sylvia K. Vitazkova (Ph.D. 2005): "Demographic and Ecological Factors Affecting the Parasites of Free-Ranging Black Howler Monkeys, Alouatta pigra, from Belize and Mexico." Columbia University, New York, USA [co-advisor with Marina Cords]

12. Amani Kitagile (M. Sc. 2005) University of Dar es Salaam, Dept. Zoology): Ecology and conservation of colobus and guenons of the Amani Nature Reserve, Tanga, Tanzania.

13. Liza R. Moscovice (Ph. D. 2005): Ecology and Behavior of wild chimpanzees on Rubondo Island, Tanzania, Dept. of Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

14. Tom Gillespie (Ph. D. 2005 Univ. Florida- Gainsville): Colobine and Guenon parasite infections, foraging behavior and anthelmintic properties of the diet.", University of Florida, Gainesville

15. Sabrina Krief (PhD 2005, Paris): Kibale chimpanzee health, pharmacognosy of diet and self-medication in the Kibale Forest, Uganda.

16. Charmalie A.D. Nahallage (M.Sc. 2005, Kyoto University, PRI, PhD, 2008) "Stone handling behavior in Japanese macaques: biological, environmental and social perspectives of a cultural behavior" [ http://www.sjp.ac.lk/fa/soci/profile/Dr.%20%28Mrs%29%20C.A.D.%20Nahallage.html ]

17. Jared Bakuza (M. Sc. 2006), University of Dar es Salaam, Dept. Zoology): "Ecological parasitology of chimpanzees in Gombe National Park, Tanzania."

18. M. Firoj Jaman (M.Sc. 2006, Kyoto University, PRI, PhD 2010) Kyoto University, Primate Research Institute): "The Affect of Environmental Differences on Behavioral Budgets and the Feeding Strategies of Captive Japanese Macaques (Macaca fuscata): A Social-Ecological Approach to Assessing the Contribution of Natural Vegetation as Social and Nutritional Enrichment." [ http://www.du.ac.bd/department/common/facultymemberdetail.php?memberid=FMZOO97022&bodyid=ZOO ]

19. Christine J. Rheinhart (PhD, 2008, University of Lethbridge, Alberta CA) "Cooperation and competition during play fighting in tonkean and japanese macaques: an examination of juvenile behaviour within egalitarian and despotic social systems"

20. Damiana Francesca Celine Ravasi (PhD 2009) GASTROINTESTINAL PARASITE INFECTIONS IN CHACMA BABOONS (Papio ursinus) OF THE CAPE PENINSULA, SOUTH AFRICA: the influence of individual, group, and anthropogenic factors. University of Cape Town, South Africa. [external examiner]

21. Andrew J.J. MacIntosh (DSc 2010) "Gastrointestinal helminth parasitism among Japanese macaques: patterns processes, and host responses."

22. Jaime Castillo Garcia (MSc 2011, University of Malaya) The Malasian slow loris (Nyctocebus coucang coucang) in the wild: A study combining radio telemetry and molecular biology. [external examiner]

23. Paula Anne Pebsworth (PhD 2012, Kyoto University, Primate Research Institute) “An investigation of geophagic and ranging behavior of chacma baboons (papio hamadryas ursinus) living in a human-modified habitat. Principal advisor

24. Ilona Profusova (MVS 2012) Department of Parasitology, University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Brno, Czech Republic) Biology and Ecology of Troglodytella abrassarti in the common chimpanzee. [external examiner]

25. Rafaela Sayuri Cicalise Takeshita (M.Sc. 2013, Kyoto University, Primate Research Institute) Non-invasive analysis of adrenal hormones in captive Japanese macaques. Principal advisor w/ Fred Bercovitch

26. Renata Mendonca (PhD candidate, Kyoto University, Primate Research Insitute) Mother-infant behaviour in wild orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus morio), Danum Valley, Sabah, Borneo. Secondary advisor w/ Tetsuro Matsuzawa, Misato Hayashi.

27. Rafaela Sayuri Cicalise Takeshita (PhD candidate, Kyoto University, Primate Research Institute) How non-invasive hormonal analysis can promote primate welfare and conservation, Principal advisor w/ Fred B Bercovitch

28. Fany Brotcorne (PhD 2014, Behavioral Biology Unit, University of Liege, Belgium) Human-primate interface, long-tailed macaque behavioural ecology and parasitology. [External committee, defense jury member, defended and examined on 2014.9.23]

29. Yena Kim (PhD candidate, Kyoto University, Primate Research Insitute) Prosocial behavior in captive orangutan.

30. Josue Samuel Alejandro Pastrana (MSc candidate, Kyoto University, Primate Research Institute) Behavioral assessment of the effect of different environments on the stress levels male Japanese macaques. (Principal advisor)

31. Azucena G. Enriquez Magana (Masters candidate, Centro de Estudios e Investigaciones en Comportamiento CUCBA-Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico) Fur rubbing behavior in captive spider monkeys in the Guadalajara Zoo. [co-supervisor with Prof. Gerardo A Ortiz Rueda]

32. Himani Nautiyal (M.Sc. 2015.5 Wildlife Biology, A.V.C College Mayiladuthurai, Tamil Nadu, India) Life High Up In The Himalayas: Factors Affecting The Activity Budgets And Diet Of Village And Forest Dwelling Central Himalayan Langurs (Semnopithecus schistaceus) In The Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary, Uttrakhand India. [External advisor]

33. Mwanahamisi Issa (Ph.D. 2015, Institute of Vertebrate Biology Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic) Diversity and host specificity of malaria agents in African primates [external examiner, completed November 2015]

34. Lena Pfluger (PhD Department of Anthropology, University of Vienna, Austria) [external examiner]

35. Sofia Kaliope Bernstein (PhD candidate, Kyoto University, Primate Research Institute) The Vocal Repertoire of Tibetan Macaques: A Quantitave Analysis, Congeneric Comparisons, and Species-Specific Calls. [Principle advisor, co-advisor Koda]

36. Wei Yi Amanda Tan (PhD candidate, Nanyang Technological University, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Psychology) Behavioral processes and social influences on the development of stone-tool use in long-tailed macaques. [External examiner]

37. Himani Nautiyal (PhD candidate, Kyoto University, Primate Research Institute) Socio-ecology and host-parasite ecology of Central Himalayan langur, Uttarakhand, India (Principal advisor)

38. Nelson Broche Jr. (MSc candidate, Kyoto University, Primate Research Institute) Development of a non-invasively determined measurement of stress and ‘pleasure’ in Japanese macaques using hormones excreted in saliva (Principal advisor)

 


Jaman and Mike in the nutritional lab of the Section of Ecology and Conservation


Alexander D Hernandez following the Umi troop of Japanese macaques on Yakushima. studying the ecology of primate - parasite interactions, and their contribution to the Yakushima food web (Nov. 2007).


Andrew JJ MacIntosh 'scoping' the horizons of Yakushima macaque parasites.


Paula Pebsworth ‘out-standing’ in the field, in the Wildcliff Nature Reserve, Western Cape South Africa (2009-2010).


Rafaela Sayuri Cicalise Takeshita
Preparing samples from the PRI enclosures 
for hormonal analysis in the Section of 
Social Systems Evolution 
Endocrinology Laboratory.

Renata Mendonça in pursuit of mother-infants Orangutan pairs in the forest.

Sofia (Bernstein) Blue at Mt. Huangshan observing the


Yena Kim

ON-GOING COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH PROGRAMS

1) Evolution of the behavioral strategies and mechanisms of animal self-mediation
2) Parasite ecology of apes and macaques
3) Biological and ecological foundations of primate behavioral traditions
4) Affects of forested enclosures as enrichment on the behavior and foraging strategies of captive Japanese macaques
5) Ethno-primatology and the nation wide survey of Sri Lankan primates
6) Behavioral and health monitoring of reintroduced chimpanzees on Rubondo Island National Park, Tanzania
7) Dietary, Parasite, & Spatial Ecology of chacma baboons (Papio cynacephalus ursinus) in the Western Cape of South Africa (Paula Pebsworth’s PhD research).
8) The transmission ecology of Plasmodium knowlesi between macaques and humans in the Khanh Phu commune area, Vietnam
9) Phylogeography of Sri Lankan primates (Charmalie AD Nahallage, Yoshi Kawamoto, Michael A Huffman).


A genetics lab was started up in Biological Anthropology Laboratory of Dr. Nahallage at the University of Sri Jayawardenepura, Colombo in June, 2012 with support from the Environment Research and Technology Development Fund (D-1007) of the Ministry of the Environment, Japan.

 


Jog Falls bonnet macaque, 
South Western India (2008)

stumptailed macaque,
 Thailand (2005)

 


Horton Plains purple face langur, 
Sri Lanka (2007)

Miya & family Mahale M group,
 Tanzania (2003)

 


Khanh Vinh Province, Vietnam. Hillside garden plots of the Raglai ethnic group. (February 2011)

Raglai women gathering maize and forest materials from the slope gardens, Khanh Phu commune, Khanh Vinh Province, Vietnam (August 2010)

 

Visiting researchers, postdoctoral research fellows & undergraduate internships

1. Massimo Bardi (1999.4 - 2001.3) JSPS post doctoral fellow. "The role of the endocrine system in primate maternal behavior".

2. Massimo Bardi (2001.4 - 2002.3) Visiting Associate Professor for COE Program.

3. Jean-Babtiste Leca (2003-2005, 18 months) Lavoisier Grant, "Ethnographic approach to stone handling, a behavioral tradition in 10 groups of Japanese macaques, Macaca fuscata: Environmental, demographic, and social factors."

4. Klara Petrzelkova (2004.6.1 - 8.29) JSPS short term-visiting researcher. "Feeding behavior and possible medicinal plant use in chimpanzee populations on Rubondo Island National Park, Tanzania."

5. Cecile M. Garcia (2006.8.16 - 2007.12.20, 18 months) Lavoisier Grant, "Social stress, nutritional state and reproduction in female Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata)

6. Alexander Hernandez (2006.8.29 - 2008.9.27, 24 months), JSPS Post-Doctoral Fellowship, "Structure and energetics of the Yakushima Island food web sustaining Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) and their helminth parasites."

7. Jean-Babtiste Leca (2007.11.28 - 2009.11.27, 24 months) JSPS Post-Doctoral Fellowship, "Japanese macaque behavioral traditions: demographic and social factors influencing diffusion and maintenance"

8. Broox Boze (2008.6.24 - 8.20) NSF-JSPS Summer Internship Program "Behavioral responses of a coprophagous beetle to a nematode parasite infecting Japanese macaques on Yakushima Island, Japan".

9. Cecile Garcia (2008.8.29 - 200.11.28, 2 months) JSPS Post-Doctoral Short-term Fellowship, "Social stress, nutritional state and reproduction in female Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata)."

10. Cecile Garcia (2011.10.16 - 2012.1.12) CNRS, Paris "Sexual signaling and mating behavior in the Japanese macaque (Macaca fuscata)"

11. Lucie Rigaill (2011.10.26 - 2012.1.23) CNRS, Paris "Sexual signaling and mating behavior in the Japanese macaque (Macaca fuscata)"

 

Professional Consulting Activities

Scientific Advisor to:
BBC Natural History Wildlife Unit, Bristol U.K. (1992- )
National Geographic Society, Washington D.C. (1993- )
ANC Productions, Tokyo, Japan (1989- )
NHK, Tokyo, Osaka, Japan (1983- )
University of the Air, Tokyo, Japan (1998- )
Natural History New Zealand Ltd. (2001- )
Discovery Channel, CANADA (2001- )


Primate Survey Feb.2009,
Sri Lanka w/Nadeera Kuruppu & Tharindi Weerasingha 

Harvest dance, Univ. of Sri Jayawardenpura campus, Colombo (Feb. 2009)

LTM, Valparai, India (2008)

Sangeh macaque, Bali, Indonesia (photo by JB LECA Aug. 2008)

 

Research Activities
(see publication lists for details)

1977 (1 month) Observation of free-ranging vervet monkeys on St. Kitts Isl., Northern Antilles, Caribbean (International Expedition Training Institute).

1979-80, 1983- to present, Ecological and sociological studies of the Japanese monkey, Japan (Arashiyama, Takasakiyama, Funekoshiyama, PRI captive colonies)

1983 (1 month) behavioral study of feral cattle on Kuchino Isl., in the Tokara Archipelago, Japan

1985 (6 months) Sociological study of the M Group chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania

1987 (6 months) Socio-ecological study of the M Group chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania

1989 (6 months) Ecological and parasitological study of the M Group chimpanzees at Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania

1991-92 (4 months) Ethological, phytochemical, and parasitological study of the M Group chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania

1991- current, Principle organizer of The C.H.I.M.P.P. Group (Chemo-ethology of the Interactions of Hominoids with Medicinal Plants and Parasites).

1993-94 (4 months) Ethological, phytochemical and parasitological study of the M Group chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania

1995-96 (4 months) Ethological, phytochemical and parasitological study of the M Group chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park and Gombe Stream National Park, Tanzania

1996 (1 month) Ethological, microbiological and parasitological study of the M Group chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park and Gombe Stream National Park, Tanzania

1997 (1 month) Ethological, botanical and parasitological study of the Bossou Group of chimpanzees in Guinea West Africa.

1998 (21 days) Botanical survey and plant collection in Tanzania and pharmacological study of medicinal plant activity on swine parasites at the Danish Center for Experimental Parasitology, Copenhagen Denmark.

1998 (1 month) Ethological, botanical and parasitological study of the Sonso Group, Budongo Forest, Western Uganda; collaborative exchange visit for pharmacological study of medicinal plant activity at the laboratories of Homeopathy & Pharmacognosy, Parasitology, Universite de la Mediterranee Aix-Marseille, Marseille France; University of Leiden, Leiden, The Netherlands; Danish Center for Experimental Parasitology, Copenhagen Denmark.

1999 (1 month) Phytochemical study of the Mahale M group chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania (October)

2000 (1 month) Ethological, phytochemical and parasitological study of the M Group chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania. Preliminary site survey of Rubondo Island National Park, TZ (September)

2001- 2009: Principle investigator of Rubondo Island Chimpanzee Development Initiative: Integrating Research and Conservation. Long-term research project for work on Rubondo Island National Park

2002 (January - February) Site survey of Rubondo Island National Park, TZ:
SIV cpz sample, general survey of the M Group chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park and Rubondo Island National Park, TZ

2002 (June) Ethological study, SIVcpz sampling of the M Group chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania, TZ.

2003 (February) Ecological survey of chimpanzee habitat on Rubondo Island National Park, TZ; 3 day visit to Mahale.

2003 (September) Behavioral study on the acquisition and transmission of leaf swallowing behavior in three captive groups of chimpanzees at Parco Natura Viva-Safari Park, Bussolengo-Verona Italia.

2003 (December) Ethological, phytochemical and parasitological study of the M Group chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania.

2004 (October) Primate observations in the wet and dry zone regions of central (Kurunegala, Kandy area) and northern (Anuradhbura) parts of Sri Lanka.

2005 (January) Short survey of Rubondo Island National Park and Mahale Mountains National Park chimpanzees, TZ.

2005 (March) Site visit and discussions with collaborators in primate foraging research program. National University of Taiwan, Institute of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Taipei & Fushan Research Field Station and Botanical Gardens, Ilan County

2006 (January) Primate observations in the wet and dry zone regions of southwestern (Sinharaja), central (Kandy area) and northern (Polonnaruwa) parts of Sri Lanka.

2006 (April-May) Visit, lectures and discussions with collaborators in primate research. Institute of Wildlife Conservation, National Pingtung University of Science and Technology (Pingtung), Kaoushiung Medical University (Kaohsiung), Kenting National Park, southern Taiwan

2007 (February) Survey of primates in the southern and central regions of Sri Lanka. Visit to Bandipur National Park and Mysore region, southern India to observe bonnet macaques and hanuman langurs.

2007 (March) Visit, lectures and feeding experiments on captive orangutans with collaborators in primate research at the Institute of Wildlife Conservation, National Pingtung University of Science and Technology (Pingtung), Kaoushiung Medical University (Kaohsiung) Taiwan.

2007 (September-October) Survey of primates in Karnataka (Bandipur NP), Kerera (Sharavathi Wildlife Sanctuary) and Tamil Nadhu (Indira Ghandi Wildlife Sanctuary, Western Ghats, Anaimalai hills, Valparai) states in southern India to observe bonnet macaques, lion-tailed macaques, nilgiri langurs, slow loris and hanuman langurs. Based out of National Institute for Advanced Studies, Bangalore.

2007 (November 4-12) Five-part lecture series: Fundamentals of Primatology, at the Behavioral Research Institute in the University of Guadalajara-Mexico.

2008 (May 7-12) "The animal roots of herbal medicine- People learning from animals about ways to cure disease. Another reason why we need to conserve plant and animal bio-diversity" Lectures at the Institute of Wildlife Conservation, National Pingtung University of Science and Technology (Pingtung), Kaoushiung Medical University (Kaohsiung) Taiwan. Collaboration on civet leaf swallowing and parasite expulsion.

2008 (August 14-28) Indonesia, Bali, Ubud temple long-tail macaque stone handling study.

2009 (February 23 - March 24) Sri Lankan Primate Surveys; India New Delhi, brief observations of urban rhesus monkey group.

2009 (October) Sri Lankan Primate Surveys in Western Province.

2010 (March 8 - 24) Sri Lankan Primate Survey in Western Province, examination of extent and fossil primates, participated in cultural anthropological field trip to interview EasternVedda in Batticaloa Provence, lectures at Sri Jayawardenepura University and Post-graduate Institute of Archaelogy, visit to Potana and Anuradhapura archaelogical sites.

2010 (March 24-27) Singapore; Seminar at Nanyang University, observation of longtailed macaques.

2010 (August 17-29) Vietnam, Khan Vinh Province, Khanh Phu Commune, Primate survey and fecal sample collection for the study of monkey malaria (Plasodium knowlesi) transmission in the Raglai indigenous human population in a mountainous area of south central Vietnam.

2010 (December 7-23) Sri Lanka Primate Surveys in Central Provence.

2011 (January 10-23) Observation of wild chacma baboons in the Western Cape of South Africa.

2011 (February 20-March 7) Vietnam, Khan Vinh Province, Khanh Phu Commune, Primate survey and fecal sample collection for the study of monkey malaria (Plasodium knowlesi) transmission in the Raglai indigenous human population in a mountainous area of south central Vietnam.

2011 (November) Sri Lanka Primate Surveys in Western, Central and Subaragamuwa Provinces.

2012 (February 25 - March 9) Vietnam, Cuc Phuong National Park & Khan Vinh Province, Khanh Phu Commune, Primate survey and fecal sample collection for the study of monkey malaria (Plasodium knowlesi) transmission in the Raglai indigenous human population in a mountainous area of south central Vietnam.

2012 (June 3 - 22 / 23 -30) Sri Lanka primate surveys / and a week at National Institute of Advanced Studies in Bangalore, India

2012 (November 6 - 22) Sri Lanka primate survey and sample collection.

2013 (January 12- 27) Sri Lanka primate survey and sample collection.

2013 (March 3-13) Khan Vinh Province, Khanh Phu Commune, Primate survey and fecal sample collection for the study of monkey malaria (Plasodium knowlesi) transmission in the Raglai indigenous human population in a mountainous area of south central Vietnam. Intestinal parasite survey of Monkey Island macaques.

2013 (June 16-July 1) Tanzania, Mahale Mountains National Park, behavioral ecology study and filming of program ‘Animal Doctors’, K productions for ARTE TV.

2013 (August 17- / ) Sri Lanka primate survey and sample collection.

2013 (October 13-18 India/ 19-25 Nepal/ 26-31 Vietnam) Visit to NIAS Bangalore/ Primate survey and sample collection Nepal/ Khan Vinh Province, Khanh Phu Commune, Primate survey and fecal sample collection for the study of monkey malaria (Plasmodium knowlesi) transmission in the Raglai indigenous human population in a mountainous area of south central Vietnam.

2014 (January 13-

2014 (June 12-26 Sri Lanka/ 27- July 4 China) Sri Lanka primate survey and sample collection (Western Province-Wilpattu NP, Northern Province to Jaffna).

2015 (January 20- February 8 Sri Lanka) Sri Lanka primate survey, sample collection and DNA extraction (Mihintale NCP, South, Eastern SL).

2015 Taiwan

2015 (June 4-29) Field site visit to see Central Himalayan langurs in Mandal village and Chopta, Uttarakhand, India.

2015 (July 31-August 17) Field trip. ITP2015 training program in Sri Lanka (Participants sponsored by PWS), Resource Person.

2015 (October 24 - November 3) Khan Vinh Province, Khanh Phu Commune, Monkey Island, Pet monkey survey and fecal/blood sample collection for the study of monkey malaria (Plasodium knowlesi).

2015- (December 20 - January 11) Sri Lanka primate survey, behavioral observation, sample collection and DNA extraction.

 


Japanese macaque in the Jigokudani Hot Springs, Nagano Japan (2000)

Nuwara Eliya District, Sri Lanka (2005)

Indonesian long-tailed macaques, Ubud Bali (2001)

Grey langurs, Sithulpawwa National Park (2007)

Chacma baboons foraging on fynbos in Wildcliff area, Heidelberg, Western Cape South Africa.

Rhesus macaque 
at Swayambhunath (Devanagari) 
the ‘Monkey Temple’ 
in the western outskirts
of Kathmandu, Nepal (October 2013)

 

Public Education, Popular Science Activities
A few textbooks, technical reference citations

1. The Plant-Book. A portable dictionary of the vascular plants. 2nd Edition. (1997). D. J. Mabberley, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Vernonia amygdalina description includes use of chimpanzees when sick and bioactivities properties of pith. (p. 744).

2. Parasitology & Vector Biology 2nd Edition (2000). William C. Marquardt, Richard S. Demaree, Robert B. Grieve, Harcourt Academic Press, San Diego. "Self-treatment for parasites" (text box p. 390).

3. The Natural History of Medicinal Plants (2000). Judith Sumner, Timber Press, Portland. "Chimpanzees and self-medication" (pp. 149-150).

4. Natures Medicine Plants that Heal (2000) Joel L. Sherdlow, National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C. "Vernonia amygdalina, includes description of medicinal uses for humans and chimpanzees. (p. 388). On animal self-medication (pp. 176-177, 180).

5. Parasite Rex. Inside the world of nature's most dangerous creatures (2000). Carl Zimmer, The Free Press, New York (pp. 201-202).

6. Medicine Quest. In search of Nature's Healing Secrets (2000). Mark J. Plotkin, Viking Penguin Press, New York, "Plants of the Apes" (pp. 163-165, 167-169).

7. Wild Health. How animals keep themselves well and what we can learn from them (2002) Cindy Engel, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, "chimpanzees" (pp. 46, 200), parasites (pp. 139, 140, 142-143, 146), "self-medication, determination of" (p. 37). 「動物たちの自然健康法- 野生の知恵に学ぶ」 (2003) シンディ エンジェル(羽田節子訳)紀伊國屋書店

8. Primate Behavioral Ecology 1st & 2nd Editions (2000, 2003). Karen Strier, Allyn and Bacon, Boston. ""Box 6.1 Forest Pharmacy" (pp. 180-181).

9. Parasites and the Behavior of Animals (2002). Janice Moore, Oxford Series in Ecology and Evolution, Oxford University Press, Oxford. "Self-medication" (pp. 135-137).

10. Modern Biology (2005 Edition) Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Austin. Science in Action Feature "Do animals self-medicate? (p. 598).

 


Island group of chimpanzees, Parco Natura Viva,
  Bussolengo, Verona, Italy (Sept. 2008)

Slender loris, Sri Lanka (2004)
photo property of CAD Nahallage

 


Purple face langur mother and offspring in Hakgalla NP, Sri Lanka (December 2010)

Toque macaque near Devon Falls, Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka (December 2010)

 

Some recent selected on-line interviews & articles

“How man apes animal medicine” The Telegraph, Aisling Irwin. Dec. 14, 2000
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/science/science-news/4757357/How-man-apes-animal-medicine.html

“Apes were first to get high on drugs” The Telegraph 26 December 2001. Roger Highfield
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/1366329/Apes-were-first-to-get-high-on-drugs.html

“Hot tub monkeys” offer eye on nonhuman “culture” National Geographic News, February 6, 2004. Bijal P. Trivedi http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2004/02/0206_040206_tvmacaques.html

Nature's Pharmacy: Ancient Knowledge, Modern Medicine: Really Wild Remedies. University of Iowa Hospital & Clinics, Medical Museum.
http://www.uihealthcare.com/depts/medmuseum/galleryexhibits/naturespharmacy/remedies/wild.html

“Self-medicating animals” The Scientist, October 23, 2012 http://www.the-scientist.com/?articles.view/articleNo/32957/title/Self-Medicating-Animals/

“Natural-born doctors” The Scientist, October 23, 2012 http://www.the-scientist.com/?articles.view/articleNo/32966/title/Natural-Born-Doctors/

“Wild Medicine- Some animals have learned how to use plants to heal themselves” January 19, 2014. https://student.societyforscience.org/article/wild-medicine

“Study notes widening disease transmission by monkeys” Sci Dev Net August 20, 2014. http://www.scidev.net/asia-pacific/malaria/news/study-notes-widening-disease-transmission-by-monkeys.h

Animaux medecins : La science inspiree par Curious George
https://www.actualitte.com/insolite/animaux-medecins-la-science-inspiree-par-curious-george-52415.html

“Animals Hack Nature’s Medicine Cabinet ? We Should Too” Discover, Science for the Curious. December 22, 2014
http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/crux/2014/12/22/animals-hack-natures-medicine-cabinet/#.VJhLo0CwIA

“News Features: Animals that self-medicate.” Joel Shurkin December 9, 2014 PNAS 111(49): 17339-17341.
http://www.pnas.org/content/111/49/17339.full

How animals SELF-MEDICATE: Dogs, elephants, chimps and even parrots use natural remedies to treat digestive problems and even induce birth. Mail Online December 10, 2014
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2868348/Do-animals-SELF-MEDICATE-Dogs-elephants-chimps-parrots-use-natural-remedies-treat-digestive-problems-induce-birth.html

Automedicacion animal
http://www.acercaciencia.com/2015/01/23/automedicacion-animal/

用天然材料做物也会 2014.12.16, Chinese introduction of Joel Shurkin article above.
http://www.guokr.com/article/439671/

Dr. Zoo: Radio interview on the field of animal self-medication (German).

 

Selected public science television programs, radio interviews and consultation

1. ウォッチング「熱中 石で遊ぶニホンザル」1985年6月26日:NHK総合テレビ司会者 タモリ;ゲスト:河合雅雄(京都大学霊長類研究所教授);マイケル・ハフマン(京都大学 動物学教室)Watching “Feverish stone handling Japanese monkeys.”NHK Sougo TV, 1985 June 26. Host Tamori, guests, Prof. Kawai, Masao (Primate Research Institute), Michael A Huffman graduate student (Kyoto University, Department of Zoology)

2. “Wisdom of the Wild”(2000), Argo Productions Washington D.C. for Public Broadcasting System (USA). An national and later internationally televised documentary with special feature of chimpanzee self-medication research project at Mahale. (appearance, interview, scientific advisor)

3. “Magic, murder, and medicine”, BBC Radio 4 (2001), Interview for 2 part series on medicinal plants. (interview, scientific advisor)

4. “Nature’s Secrets” (2002), Discovery Channel, Toronto. An internationally televised documentary with special feature of chimpanzee self-medication research at Mahale. (Appearance, interview, scientific advisor)

5. “Dr. Animal” (2003), Tele Image Paris for Discovery Channel. An internationally televised documentary, with special feature of chimpanzee self-medication research at Mahale.. (appearance, interview, scientific advisor)

6. “Animal self-medication”, BBC Radio 4 (2003), A special program on animal self-medication. (interview, scientific advisor)

7. “Animal Medicine” (2004) St. Thomas, Prod., Aix en Provence, France for National Geographic Television Documentary on self-medicative behavior in the animal kingdom. (appearance, interview, scientific advisor)

8. Animals Like Us- Culture (2009), National Geographic TV (St. Thomas, Prod., Aix en Provence, France). An internationally televised documentary with special feature of chimpanzee self-medication research at Mahale and Stone handling, a behavioral tradition in Japanese macaques. (appearance, interview, scientific advisor)

9. Animals Like Us- Medicine (2009), National Geographic TV (St. Thomas, Prod., Aix en Provence, France). An internationally televised documentary on self-medication in animals with special feature of chimpanzee self-medication research at Mahale. (appearance, interview, scientific advisor)

10. Animal Doctors (2014), ARTE television (Produced and Directed by R Productions, Jacques Mitsch), An internationally televised documentary on self-medication in animals with special reference to the history of self-medicative research by MA Huffman on chimpanzee self-medication research at Mahale. (French, German, English)

11. Life Story: Episode ‘Courtship’ (2014) BBC Wildlife History Unit (Narrated by David Attenborough), Scientific Advisor for Japanese macaque part of Episode ‘Courtship’, on-site in Japan.

Museum exhibits

1. United States Botanic Garden, Washington D.C., Film and text of research included in 'Navipass Multimedia Tour handheld devise for self-guided educational narration of the botanical gardens. Used to describe use of chimpanzee medicinal plants in the gardens. In permanent use from May 2005 (Scientific advisor)

2. Ibaraki Prefectural Nature Museum, "Medicinal Plants: A Boxful of Gifts from Mother Nature", 33rd Exhibition, Special section on animal self-medication, with a focus on chimpanzees. On displayed from March 19-June 19, 2005. (scientific advisor, provided exhibit materials). ミュージアムパーク茨城県自然博物館「第33回企画展YAKUSO野山は自然のくるりばこ」、2005年3月19日-6月19日開催

3. The Kyoto University Museum, Kyoto, Special Exhibition "The Natural History of Medicine" On display from June 1 to September 1, 2003. (scientific advisor in charge of 'Animals and Medicine' section). 京都大学総合博物館、平成14年特別企画展「薬と自然詩」、2003年6月1日-9月1日開催

 

EVOLUTION OF A PRIMATOLOGIST
(some kids never grow up?!)


Mike at 3 with a copy of Curious George in arms.

Mike at 18 with 4 yr. old 'Dobbie' in arms as a volunteer at the Denver Zoo, CO

Mike at 21, beginning his study of the Arashiyama B troop of Kyoto, Japan.

‘Curious Fimby’, the infant of an old friend, Fatuma 
(Mahale M group, Tanzania June 2013).


Refereed Scientific Articles

1. ハフマン、マイケル・A 1984. 嵐山ニホンザルの植物性食物と採食行動について:植物性食物の周年変化, 「嵐山のニホンザル:嵐山自然史研究所報告」 3: 55-65. [Huffman, M.A. Plant foods and foraging behavior of the Arashiyama Japanese macaques. In. Arashiyama Japanese monkeys: Arashiyama Natural History Research Station Report, Volume 3, edited by Nobuo Asaba]

2. Huffman, M. A. (1984). Stone-play of Macaca fuscata in Arashiyama B Troop: Transmission of a non-adaptive behavior. Journal of Human Evolution. 13: 725-735.

3. Huffman, M. A. & Quiatt, D. (1986). Stone handling by Japanese macaques Macaca fuscata: Implications for tool use of stone. Primates 27: 427-437.

4. Huffman, M. A. (1987). Consort intrusion and female mate choice in Japanese macaques. Ethology 75: 221-234.

5. Huffman, M. A. & Seifu, M. (1989). Observations on the illness and consumption of a possibly medicinal plant Vernonia amygdalina by a wild chimpanzee in the Mahale Mountains, Tanzania. Primates 30(1): 51-63.

6. Hayaki, H., Huffman, M. A. & Nishida, T. (1989). Dominance among male chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania. Primates 30(2): 187-197.

7. Ohigashi, H., Takagaki, T., Koshimizu, K. Nishida, T., Huffman, M. A., Takasaki, H., Jato, J. & Muanza, D.N. (1991). Biological activities of plant extracts from tropical Africa. African Study Monographs 12(4): 201-210.

8. Ohigashi, H., Jisaka, M., Takagaki, T., Nozaki, H., Tada, T., Huffman, M. A., Nishida, T., Kaji, M. & Koshimizu. K. (1991). Bitter principle and a related steroid glucoside of Vernonia amygdalina, a possible medicinal plant for wild chimpanzees. Agricultural and Biological Chemistry. 55(4): 1201-1203.

9. Huffman, M. A. (1992). Influences of female partner preference on possible reproductive outcome in Japanese macaques. Folia Primatologica 59: 77-88.

10. Jisaka, M., Kawanaka, M., Sugiyama, H., Takegawa, K., Huffman, M. A., Ohigashi, H. & Koshimizu, K. (1992a). Antischistosomal activities of sesquiterpene lactones and steroid glucosides from V. amygdalina, possibly used by wild chimpanzees against parasite-related disease. Bioscience, Biotechnology and Biochemistry 56(5): 845-846.

11. Jisaka, M., Ohigashi, H., Takagaki, T., Nozaki, H., Tada, T., Hirota, M., Irie, R., Huffman, M.A., Nishida, T., Kaji, M. & Koshimizu, K. (1992b). Bitter steroid glucosides, Vernoniosides A1, A2 and A3 and related B1 from a possible medicinal plant Vernonia amygdalina, used by wild chimpanzees. Tetrahedron 48: 625-632.

12. Koyama, N., Takahata, Y., Huffman, M. A., Norikoshi, K. & Suzuki, H. (1992). Reproductive parameters of female Japanese macaques: Thirty-years data from the Arashiyama troops, Japan. Primates 33: 33-47.

13. 大東肇, 地阪光生, 小清水弘一, Michael A. Huffman, 西田利貞, 高崎浩幸, 梶幹男(1992). 野生チンパンジーの薬用植物と生理活性成分, 「アフリカ研究」 39: 15-27. [Ohigashi, H., Jisaka, M., Koshimizu, K., Huffman, M. A., Nishida, T., Takasaki, H., Kaji, M. The medicinal plants of wild chimpanzees and their bioactive constituents. Africa Research].

14. Huffman, M. A. & Kalunde, M. S. (1993). Tool-assisted predation on a squirrel by a female chimpanzee in the Mahale Mountains, Tanzania. Primates 34(1): 93-98.

15. Huffman, M. A., Gotoh, S., Izutsu, D., Koshimizu, K. & Kalunde, M. S. (1993). Further observations on the use of the medicinal plant, Vernonia amygdalina (Del) by a wild chimpanzee, its possible effect on parasite load, and its phytochemistry. African Study Monographs 14(4): 227-240.

16. Quiatt, D. & Huffman, M. A. (1993). On home bases, nesting sites, activity centers, and new analytic perspectives. Current Anthropology 34(1): 68-70.

17. Koshimizu, K., Ohigashi, H., Huffman, M. A., Nishida, T. & Takasaki, H. (1993). Physiological activities and the active constituents of potentially medicinal plants used by wild chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains, Tanzania. International Journal of Primatology 14(2): 345-356.

18. Jisaka, M., Ohigashi, H., Takegawa, K., Huffman, M. A. & Koshimizu, K. (1993). Antitumoral and antimicrobial activities of bitter sesquiterpene lactones of Vernonia amygdalina, a possible medicinal plant used by wild chimpanzee. Bioscience, Biotechnology, Biochemistry 57(5): 833-834.

19. Jisaka, M., Ohigashi, H., Takegawa, H., Hirota, M., Irie, R., Huffman, M. A. & Koshimizu. K (1993). Steroid glucosides from Vernonia amygdalina, a possible chimpanzee medicinal plant. Phytochemistry 34(2): 409-413.

20. Ohigashi, H., Huffman, M. A., Izutsu, D., Koshimizu, K., Kawanaka, M., Sugiyama, H., Kirby, G. C., Warhurst, D. C., Allen, D., Wright, C. W., Phillipson, J. D., Timmon-David, P., Delmas, F., Elias, R., Balansard, G. (1994). Toward the chemical ecology of medicinal plant use in chimpanzees: The case of Vernonia amygdalina, a plant used by wild chimpanzees possibly for parasite-related diseases. Journal of Chemical Ecology 20(3): 541-553.

21. Koshimizu, K., Ohigashi, H. & Huffman, M. A. (1994). Use of Vernonia amygdalina by wild chimpanzees; Possible roles of its bitter and related constituents. Physiology and Behavior 5(6): 1209-1216.

22. Takahata, Y., Koyama, N., Huffman, M. A., Norikoshi, K. & Suzuki, H. (1995) Are daughters more costly to raise for Japanese macaque mothers? - Sex of the offspring and subsequent inter-birth intervals. Primates 36(4): 571-574.

23. Mahaney, C. W., Hancock, R. G. V., Aufreiter, S. & Huffman, M. A. (1996). Geochemistry and clay mineralogy of termite mound soil and the role of geophagy in chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains, Tanzania. Primates 37(2): 121-134

24. Huffman, M. A., Page, J. E., Sukhdeo, M. V. K., Gotoh, S., Kalunde, M. S., Chandrasiri, T. & Towers, G. H. N. (1996). Leaf-swallowing by chimpanzees, a behavioral adaptation for the control of strongyle nematode infections. International Journal of Primatolology 17(4): 475-503.

25. Huffman, M. A., Gotoh, S. Turner, L. A., Hamai, M. & Yoshida, K. (1997). Seasonal trends in intestinal nematode infection and medicinal plant use among chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania. Primates 38(2): 111-125.

26. Page, J.E., Huffman, M. A., Smith, V. & Towers, G. H. N. (1997). Chemical basis for Aspilia leaf-swallowing by chimpanzees: a re-analysis. Journal of Chemical Ecology 23(9): 2211-2225.

27. Huffman, M. A. (1997). Current evidence for self-medication in primates: a multidisciplinary perspective. Yearbook of Physical Anthropology 40: 171-200.

28. Matsumoto-Oda, A., Hosaka, K. Huffman, M. A., Kawanaka, K. (1998). Factors affecting party size in chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains. International Journal of Primatolology 19: 999-1011.

29. Takahata, Y., Huffman, M. A., Suzuki, S., Koyama, N. & Yamagiwa, J. (1999). Why dominants do not consistently attain high mating and reproductive success: A review of longitudinal Japanese macaque studies. Primates 40(1): 143-158.

30. Gasser R. B., Woods W. G., Huffman M. A., Blotkamp J. & Polderman, A.M. (1999). Molecular separation of Oesophagostomum stephanostomum and Oesophagostomum bifurcum (Nematoda: Strongyloidea) from non-human primates. International Journal for Parasitology 29: 1087-1091.

31. Mahaney, W. C., Zippin, J., Milner M. A., Sanmugadas, K., Hancock, R. G. V., Aufreiter, S., Campbell, S., Huffman, M. A. & Wink, M. (1999). Chemistry, mineralogy and microbiology of termite mound soil eaten by chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains, Western Tanzania. Journal of Tropical Ecology 15: 565-588.

32. Alados C. L. & Huffman, M. A. (2000). Fractal long range correlations in behavioural sequences of wild chimpanzees: a non-invasive analytical tool for the evaluation of health. Ethology 106: 105-116.

33. 保坂和彦, 松本晶子, マイケル・A・ハフマン, 川中健二(2000). マハレの野生チンパンジーにおける同種個体の死体に対する反応, 「霊長類研究」 16: 1-15. [Hosaka, K., Matsumoto, A., Huffman, M.A., Kawanaka, K. Response of Mahale chimpanzees to finding the dead bodies of conspecifics. Primate Research].

34. Huffman, M. A. & Caton J. M. (2001). Self-induced increase of gut motility and the control of parasitic infections in wild chimpanzees. International Journal of Primatology 22(3) 329-346.

35. Wakibara, J. V., Huffman, M. A., Wink, M, Reich, S., Aufreiter, S., Hancock, R. G. V., Sodhi, R., Mahaney, W. C. & Russell, S. (2001). Adaptive Significance of Geophagy for Japanese Macaques (Macaca fuscata) at Arashiyama, Japan. International Journal of Primatology 22 (3): 495-520.

36. Bardi, M., Shimizu, K., Fujita, S., Borgognini-Tarli, S. & Huffman, M. A. (2001). Hormonal correlates of maternal style in captive macaques (Macaca fuscata, M. mulatta). International Journal of Primatology 22(4): 647-662.

37. Bardi, M., Shimizu, K., Fujita, S., Borgognini-Tarli, S. & Huffman, M. A. (2001). Social behavior and hormonal correlates during the perinatal period in Japanese macaques. Hormones and Behavior 39: 239-246.

38. Aufreiter, S., Mahaney, W. C., Milner, M. W., Huffman, M. A., Hancock, R. G. V., Wink, M., Reich, M. & Rana, S. (2001). Mineralogical and chemical interactions of soils eaten by chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains and Gombe Stream National Parks, Tanzania. Journal of Chemical Ecology 27(2): 285-311.

39. Ketch, L. A., Malloch, D., Mahaney, W. C. & Huffman, M. A. (2001). Comparative microbial analysis and clay mineralogy of soils eaten by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) in the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 33(2): 199-203.

40. Dupain, J., van Elsaker, L., Nell, C., Garcia, P., Ponce, F. & Huffman, M. A. (2002). New evidence for leaf swallowing and Oesophagostomum infections in bonobos (Pan paniscus),International Journal of Primatology 23 (5):1053-1062.

41. Takahata, Y., Huffman, M. A. & Bardi, M. (2002). Long-term trends in matrilineal inbreeding among the Japanese macaques of Arashiyama B Troop. International Journal of Primatology 23: 399-410.

42. Cousins, D. & Huffman, M. A. (2002). Medicinal properties in the diet of gorillas- an ethnopharmacological evaluation. African Study Monographs 23:65-89.

43. Bardi, M. & Huffman, M. A. (2002). Effects of maternal style on infant behavior in Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata). Developmental Psychobiology 41: 364-372.

44. Shimizu, D., Gunji, H., Hosaka, K., Huffman M. A., Kawanaka, K., Matsumoto, A., & Nishida, T. (2002). The four chimpanzee skulls collected in the Mahale Mountains, Tanzania. Anthropological Sciences 110(3): 251-266.

45. Bardi, M., Shimizu, K., Barrett, G.M., Borgognini-Tarli, S.M. & Huffman, M.A. (2003). Peripartum cortisol levels and mother-infant interactions in Japanese macaques. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 119(2): 298-304.

46. Carrai, V., Borgognini-Tarli, S. M., Huffman, M.A., Bardi, M. (2003). Increase in tannin consumption by sifaka (Propithecus verreauxi verreauxi) females during the birth season: a case for self-medication in prosimians? Primates 44(1): 61-66

47. Gunji, H., Hosaka, K., Huffman, M.A., Kawanaka, K., Matsumoto-Oda, A., Hamada, Y., Nishida, T. (2003). Extraordinarily low mineral density in an old female chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) from the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania. Primates 44(2): 145-149.

48. Huffman, M. A. & Hirata, S. (2003). Biological and Ecological Foundations of Primate Behavioral Traditions. In. The Biology of Traditions. (Eds.) D. M. Fragaszy & S. Perry, Cambridge: University of Cambridge Press, pp. 267-296.

49. Bardi, M., Shimizu K., Barrett, G., Borgognini-Tarli, S. M., Huffman, M.A. (2003). Peripartum Sex Steroid Changes and Maternal Style in Rhesus and Japanese Macaques. General and Comparative Endocrinology 133: 323-331.

50. Bardi, M., Shimizu, K., Barrett, G.M., Huffman, M.A. & Borgognini-Tarli, S. M. (2003). Differences in the endocrine and behavioral profiles during the peripartum period in macaques. Physiology and Behavior 80: 185-194.

51. Huffman, M.A. & Hirata, S. (2004). An experimental study of leaf swallowing in captive chimpanzees- insights into the origin of a self-medicative behavior and the role of social learning. Primates 45(2): 113-118.

52. Kaur, T., Huffman, M.A. (2004). Descriptive urological record of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) in the wild and limitations associated with using multi-reagent dipstick test strips. Journal of Medical Primatology 33(4): 187-196.

53. 中井將嗣、伊藤詞子、Huffman, Michael A. , 西田利貞(2004). 野生霊長類の遺体、特に骨や歯からの個体識別についてータンザニア、マハレ山塊国立公園における野生チンパンジーの実例からー.「霊長類研究」20:1-9. [Nakai, X, Itoh, N., Huffman, M.A., Nishida, T. On the identification of individuals from their remains, in particular bones and teeth- Cases from chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania. Primate Research].

54. Krief, S., M. A. Huffman, T. Sevenet, J. Guillot, C. Bories, C. M. Hladik and R. W. Wrangham (2005) Non-invasive monitoring of the health of Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii in the Kibale National Park, Uganda. International Journal of Primatology 26(2): 467-490.

55. Hasegawa, H., Ikeda, Y., Fujisaki, A., Petrzelkova, K. J., Moscovice, L. R., Kaur, T., and Huffman, M. A. (2005). Morphology of chimpanzee pinworms, Enterobius (enterobius) anthropopitheci (Gedoelst, 1916) (Nematoda: Oxyuridae), collected from chimpanzees, Pan troglodytes, on Rubondo island, Tanzania. International Journal of Parasitology 91(6): 1314-1317.

56. Bardi, M. and Huffman, M.A. (2006). Maternal behavior and maternal stress are associated with infant behavioral development in macaques. Developmental Psychobiology 48: 1-9.

57. Krief, S., Huffman, M. A., Sevenet, T., Guillot, J., Hladik, C.-M., Grellier, P., Loiseau, M., and R. W. Wrangham (2006) Bioactive Properties of Plant species ingested by Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) in the Kibale National Park, Uganda. American Journal of Primatology 68(1): 51-71.

58. Petrželková, K. J., Hasegawa, H., Moscovice L, R., Kaur , T., Issa, M., and Huffman, M. A. (2006). Parasitic nematodes in the chimpanzees population on Rubondo Island, Tanzania. International Journal of Primatology 27(3): 767-777.

59. Nahallage, C. and Huffman, M.A. (2007) Age specific functions of stone handling, a solitary-object play behavior in Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata). American Journal of Primatology. 69(3): 267-281.

60. Leca, J-B., Gunst, N. and Huffman, M.A. (2007). Japanese macaque cultures: inter- and intra-troop behavioral variability of stone handling patterns across 10 troops. Behaviour 144: 251-281.

61. Leca, J-B., Gunst, N., Watanabe, K., and Huffman, M.A. (2007). A new case of fish-eating in Japanese macaques: Implications for social constraints on the diffusion of feeding innovation. American Journal of Primatology 69: 821-828.

62. Moscovice, l. M., Issa M.H. Petrzelkova, K.J., Keuler, N.S., Snowdon C.T., and Huffman M.A. (2007). Fruit availability, chimpanzee diet, and grouping patterns on Rubondo Island, Tanzania. American Journal of Primatology 69:1-

63. Nahallage, C.A.D., Huffman, M.A. (2007). Acquisition and development of stone handling behavior in infant Japanese macaques. Behaviour 144:1193-1215.

64. Leca, J-B, Gunst, N. and Huffman, M.A. (2007). Age-related differences in the performance, diffusion, and maintenance of stone handling, a behavioral tradition in Japanese macaques. Journal of Human Evolution 53: 691-708.

65. Leca, J-B., Gunst, N. and Huffman, M.A. (2008). Of stones and monkeys: Testing ecological constraints on stone handling, a behavioral tradition in Japanese macaques. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 135: 213-244.

66. Nahallage, C.A.D. and Huffman, M.A. (2008). Proximate Factors Associated with the Occurrence of Stone Handling Behavior in a Captive troop of Japanese Macaques. International Journal of Primatology 29: 795-806.

67. Leca, J-B., Gunst, N. and Huffman, M.A. (2008). Food provisioning and stone handling tradition in Japanese macaques: a comparative study of ten troops. American Journal of Primatology 70: 803-813.

68. Kaur T, Singh J, Humphrey C, Tong S, Clevenger D, Tan W, Szekely B, Wang Y, Li Y, Muse EA, Kiyono M, Hanamura S, Inoue E, M. Nakamura M, Huffman MA, Jiang B, Anderson LJ and Nishida, T. (2008). Descriptive epidemiology of fatal respiratory outbreaks and detection of a human-related metapneumovirus in wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) at Mahale Mountains National Park, western Tanzania. American Journal of Primatology 70(8): 755-765.

69. Nahallage, C.A.D. and Huffman, M.A. (2008). Comparison of Stone Handling Behavior in Two Macaque Species: Implications for the Role of Phylogeny and Environment in Primate Cultural Variation. American Journal of Primatology 70: 1124-1132.

70. Nahallage, C.A.D., Huffman, M.A., Kuruppu, N., Weerasingha, T. (2008). Diurnal primates of Sri Lanka and people’s perception of them. Primate Conservation 23: 1-7.

71. Jaman FM and Huffman, MA (2008) Enclosure environment affects the activity budgets of captive Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata). American Journal of Primatology 70: 1133-1144.

72. Liu W, Worobey M, Li Y, Keele BF, Bibollet-Ruche F, Guo Y, Goepfert PA, Santiago ML, Ndjango J-B N, Neel C, Clifford SL, Sanz C, Kamenya S, Wilson ML, Pusey AE, Gross-Camp N, Boesch C, Smith V, Zamma K, Huffman MA, Mitani JC, Watts DP, Peeters M, Shaw GM, Switzer WM, Sharp PM, and BH Hahn. (2008). Molecular Ecology and Natural History of Simian Foamy Virus Infection in Wild-Living Chimpanzees. PloS Pathogens.2008; 4: e1000097doi:10.1371/journal.ppat.1000097.

73. Leca, J-B, Nahallage, C.A.D. and Huffman, M.A. (2008). Stone-throwing by Japanese macaques: form and functional aspects of a group-specific behavioral tradition. Journal of Human Evolution 55: 989-998.

74. Huffman, M.A., Pebsworth, P., Bakuneeta, C., Gotoh, S., Bardi, M. (2009). Macro-habitat comparison of host-parasite ecology in two populations of chimpanzees in the Budongo forest, Uganda and the Mahale Mountains, Tanzania. In. Huffman, M. A, & Chapman, C. (eds.) Primate Parasite Ecology: The Dynamics of Host-parasite Relationships. Cambridge University Press, pp. 311-330.

75. Hernandez, A.D., MacIntosh, A.J.J., Huffman, M.A. (2009). Primate parasite ecology: patterns and predictions from an ongoing study of Japanese macaques. In. Huffman, M. A, & Chapman, C. A. (eds.) Primate Parasite Ecology: The Dynamics of Host-parasite Relationships. Cambridge University Press, pp. 387- 401.

76. Chapman, C.A., Huffman, M. A., Ryan, S. J., Sengupta, R., Goldberg, T. L. (2009). Ways forward in the study of primate parasite ecology. In. Huffman, M. A, & Chapman, C. A. (eds.) Primate Parasite Ecology: The Dynamics of Host-parasite Relationships. Cambridge University Press, pp. 487- 507.

77. Hasegawa, H., Chapman, C. A., Huffman, M. A. (2009). Useful diagnostic references and images found in wild primates. In. Huffman, M. A, & Chapman, C. (eds.) Primate Parasite Ecology: The Dynamics of Host-parasite Relationships. Cambridge University Press, pp. 507 - 513.

78. Foitova I, Huffman MA, Wisnu N, and Olšanský M. (2009) Parasites and their Effect on Orangutan Health. In S.A. Wish, S.S. Utami, T.M. Setia & C.P. van Schaik (eds.). Orangutans – ecology, evolution, behavior and conservation. Oxford University Press. pp. 157-169.

79. Forbey J, Harvey A, Huffman MA, Provenza F, Sullivan R, Tasdemir D (2009). Exploitation of secondary metabolites by animals: A behavioral response to homeostatic challenges. Integrative and Comparative Biology 49(3): 314-328.

80. Garcia C, Shimizu K, Huffman MA. (2009). Relationship between sexual interactions and the timing of the fertile phase in captive female Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata). American Journal of Primatology 71: 869-879.

81. Leca J-B, Gunst N, Huffman MA (2010). Principles and levels of laterality in unimanual and bimanual stone handling patterns by Japanese macaques. Journal of Human Evolution. 58: 155-65

82. Leca J-B, Gunst N, Huffman MA (2010). Indirect social influence in the maintenance of the stone-handling tradition in Japanese macaques, Macaca fuscata Animal Behavior 79:117-126.

83. Garcia C, Huffman MA, Shimizu K. (2010). Seasonal and reproductive variation in body condition in captive female Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata). American Journal of Primatology 72: 277-286.

84. Huffman, M.A., Spiezio, C., Sgaravatti, A., Leca, J-B. (2010). Option biased learning involved in the acquisition and transmission of leaf swallowing behavior in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)? Animal Cognition 13 (6): 871-880.

85. Jaman, M. F., Huffman, M. A., Takemoto H. (2010). The foraging behavior of Japanese macaques Macaca fuscata in a forested enclosure: Effects of nutrient composition, energy and its seasonal variation on the consumption of natural plant foods. Current Zoology 56: 198-208.

86. Petrželkova, K. J., Hasegawa, H., Appleton, C. C., Huffman, M.A. Archer, C. E., Moscovice L. R., Issa Mapua, M., Singh, J., Kaur, T. (2010). Gastrointestinal parasites of the chimpanzee population introduced onto Rubondo Island National Park, Tanzania. American Journal of Primatology 72:307-316.

87. Moscovice L.M, Mbago F, Snowdon CT, and Huffman MA (2010).Evaluating Habitat Suitability for Chimpanzee Releases: A Case Study of Rubondo Island National Park, Tanzania. Biological Conservation 143: 2711-2721.

88. MacIntosh, AJJ, Hernandez, AD, Huffman MA (2010) Host age, sex and reproduction affect nematode parasitism among wild Japanese macaques. Primates 51: 353-364.

89. Petrášová J, Petrželková KJ, Huffman MA, Mapua MI, Bobáková L, Mazoch V, Singh J, Kaur T and David Modrý (2010) Gastrointestinal parasites of indigenous and introduced primate species of Rubondo Island National Park, Tanzania. International Journal of Primatology 31: 920-936.

90. Jaman, M. F., Huffman, M. A. (2011). Age-sex Class Differences in the Feeding Behavior of Captive Japanese Macaques (Macaca fuscata) in a Naturally Vegetated Enclosure Zoo Biology 30:260-274.

91. MacIntosh AJJ, Alados CL, Huffman MA (2011). Fractal analysis of behaviour in a wild primate: behavioral complexity in health and disease. Journal of the Royal Society Interface (J. R. Soc. Interface). 8(63): 1497-1509.

92. Leca J-B, Gunst N, Huffman MA (2011). Complexity in object manipulation by Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata): A cross-sectional analysis of manual coordination in stone handling patterns. Journal of Comparative Psychology 125 (1): 61-71.

93. Kaur T, Singh J, Huffman MA, Petrzelkova KJ, Taylor NS, Xu S, Dewhirst FE, Paster BJ, Debrunyne L, Vandamme P, Fox JG (2011) Campylobacter troglodytes - sp. nov., isolated from feces of human-habituated wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) in Tanzania. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77(7): 2366-2373.

94. Petrášová J, Uzliková, M, Kostka M, Petrželková KJ, Huffman MA, and David Modrý (2011) Diversity and host specificity of Blastocystis in syntopic primates on Rubondo Island, Tanzania. International Journal of Primatology 11: 1113- 1120.

95. Garcia C, Huffman MA, Shimizu K., Paula Redman, P, Speakman JR (2011) Energetic consequences of seasonal breeding in female Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata). American Journal of Physical Anthropology 146: 161-170

96. Pebsworth PA, Bardi M, Huffman MA (2012) Geophagy in chacma baboons: Patterns of soil consumption by age class, sex, and reproductive state. American Journal of Primatology. 74: 48-57.

97. Nahallage CAD, Huffman MA (2012) Stone handling behavior in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta), a behavioral propensity for solitary object play shared with Japanese macaques Primates 53 (1): 71-78.

98. Vallo P, Petrželková KJ, Profousová I, Petrášov J, Pomajbíková K, Leendertz F, Hashimoto C, Simmons N, Babweteera F, Machanda Z, PieA, Robbins M, Boesch C, Sanz C, Morgan, D, Sommer V, Furuichi T, Fujita S, Matsuzawa T, Kaur T, Huffman MA, Modrý D (2012) Molecular diversity of entodiniomorphid ciliate Troglodytella abrassarti and its coevolution with chimpanzees. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 148:525-533.

99. MacIntosh AJJ, Huffman MA, Nishiwaki K, Miyabe-Nishiwaki T (2012) Urological screening of a wild group of Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata yakui): Investigating trends in nutrition and health. International Journal of Primatology 51(4): 353-364.

100. Pebsworth PA, Morgan HR, Huffman MA (2012) Evaluating Home Range Techniques: Use of Global Positioning System (GPS) Collar Data from Chacma Baboons. Primates 53(4):345-55.

101. Pebsworth PA, Morgan HR, Huffman MA (2012) Factors Influencing the Ranging Behavior of Chacma Baboons (Papio hamadryas ursinus) in a Human-Modified Habitat. International Journal of Primatology 33 (4): 872-887.

102. Pebsworth PA, Archer CE, Appelton C, Huffman MA (2012) Parasite transmission risk from geophagic and foraging behavior in chacma baboons. American Journal of Primatology 74(10): 940-947.

103. MacIntosh AJJ, Jacobs A, Garcia C, Shimizu K, Mouri K, et al. (2012) Monkeys in the Middle: Parasite Transmission through the Social Network of a Wild Primate. PLOS ONE 7(12): e51144. Doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0051144

104. McLennan, MR, Huffman, MA (2012). High frequency of leaf swallowing and its relationship to parasite expulsion in “village” chimpanzees at Bulindi, Uganda. American Journal of Primatology 74:642-650.

105. Jaman MF, Huffman MA (2013) The effect of urban and rural habitats and resource type on activity budgets of commensal rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) in Bangladesh. Primates 54 (1): 49-59.

106. Nakamura M, Corp N, Fujimoto M, Fujita S, Hanamura S, Hayaki H, Hosaka K, Huffman MA, Inaba A, Inoue E, Itoh N, Kutsukake N, Kiyono-Fuse M, Kooriyama T, Marchant LF, Matsumoto-Oda A, Matsusaka T, McGrew WC, Mitani JC, Nishie H, Norikoshi K, Sakamaki T, Shimada M, Turner LA, Wakibara JV, Zamma K (2013). Ranging behavior of the Mahale chimpanzees: a 16-year study. Primates 54:171-182.

107. Pebsworth PA, Seim G, Huffman MA, Young SL (2013). Soil consumed by chacma baboons is low in bioavailable iron and high in clay. Journal of Chemical Ecology 39:447-449.

108. Takeshita RSC, Huffman MA, Bercovitch FB, Mouri, K, Shimizu K (2013) The influence of age and season on fecal dehyroepiandrosterone-sulfate (DHEAS) concentrations in Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata). General and Comparative Endocrinology 19:39-43.

109. Hardy K, Buckley, S, Huffman MA (2013) Neanderthal self-medication in context. Antiquity 87: 873-878.

110. Su H, Su Y, Huffman MA (2013) Leaf-swallowing and parasite infection in the Chinese lesser civet (Viverricula indica) in northern Taiwan. Zoological Studies 52(3): http://www.zoologicalstudies.com/content/52/1/22

111. Huffman MA, Nahallage CAD, Hasegawa H, Ekanayake S, De Silva LDGG, Athauda IRK (2013). Preliminary survey of the distribution of four potentially zoonotic parasite species among primates in Sri Lanka. Journal of the National Foundation of Science of Sri Lanka, 41(4): 319-326.

112. Zhao D, Huffman MA, Li B. (2013) First evidence of geophagy by golden snub-nosed monkeys (Rhinopithecus roxellana). Acta Theriologica Sinica 33(3): 282-285. [Chinese]

113. Abkallo HM , Liu W , Hokama S, Ferreira PE, Nakazawa S, Maeno Y, Quang NT, Kaneko O, Huffman MA, Kawai S, Marchand RP, Carter R, Hahn BH, Culleton R (2014). DNA from Pre-Erythrocytic Stage Malaria Parasites is Detectable by PCR in the Faeces and Blood of Hosts International Journal of Parasitology 14: 467-473.

114. Moyes CL, Henry AJ, Golding N, Huang Z, Singh B, Baird JK, Newton PN, Huffman MA, Duda KA, Drakeley CJ, Anstey NM, Elyzar IRF, Chen Q, Zommers Z, Bhatt S, Gething PW, Hay SI (2014) Defining the Geographical Range of the Plasmodium knowlesi Reservoir PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 8(3): e2780.

115. Takeshita RSC, Bercovitch FB, Huffman MA, Mouri, K, Garcia C, Rigaill L ,Shimizu K (2014). Environmental, biological, and social factors influencing fecal adrenal steroid concentrations in female Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata). American Journal of Primatology 76: 1084-1093

116. Kawai S, Sato M, Hayashi-Kato N, Kishi H, Huffman MA, Maeno M, Culleton R, Nakazawa S (2014). Detection of a Plasmodium knowlesi DNA fragment in urine and fecal samples obtained from a Japanese macaque (Macaca fuscata) over the course of an experimentally induced infection. Malaria Journal 13: 373

117. Leca J-B, Gunst, N, Huffman MA, Vasey P. (2015). Effect of female-biased sex rations on female homosexual behavior in Japanese macaques: Evidence for the “bisexual preference hypothesis. Archives of Sexual Behavior 8, 2125-2138. DOI 10.1007/s10508-015-0522-4

118. Ota N, Hasegawa H, McLennan MR, Kooriyama T, Sato H, Pebsworth PA, Huffman MA. (2015) Molecular identification of Oesophagostomum spp. from ‘village’ chimpanzees in Uganda and their phylogenetic relationship with those of other primates. Royal Society Open Science 2: 150471. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsos.150471

119. Rahman Md. M, MF Jaman, Khatun Mst. T., Alam SMI, Huffman MA (2015) Feeding ecology of the Bengal sacred langur (Semnopithecus entellus Dufresne, 1797) in Jessore, Bangladesh: dietary composition, seasonal and age-sex differences Asian Primate Journal 5(1): 24-39.

120. Pebsworth PA, Huffman, MA (2016 in press) Medicinal Plant Use in Primates International Encyclopedia of Primatology

121. Matsuda Goodwin R, Huffman MA (2016 in press) History of Japanese Primatology. International Encyclopedia of Primatology

122. Leca JB, Gunst N, Pelletier AN, Vasey PL, Nahallage CAD, Watanabe K, Huffman MA. (2016). A multidisciplinary view on cultural primatology: Behavioral innovations and traditions in Japanese macaques. Primates DOI 10.1007/s10329-016-0518-2.

123. Garcia C, Bercovitch F, Furuichi T, Huffman MA, MacInstosh JJ, Rigaill L, Takeshita RSC, Shimizu K (2016) 10 years of collaboration between France and Japan - Studies on reproduction in Japanese macaques. Revue de Primatologie

124. Nahallage CAD, Leca, J-B, Huffman, MA (2016) Stone handling,an object play behaviour in macaques: welfare and neurological health implications of a bio-culturally driven tradition. Special Issue Behaviour DOI:10.1163/1568539X-00003361

125. Hasegawa, H, Kalousova, B, McLennan, MR, Modry D, Profousova-Psenkova I, Shutt-Phillips KA, Todd A, Huffman MA, Petrzelkova KJ (2016). Strongyloides Infections of Humans and Great Apes in Dzanga-Sangha Protected Areas, Central African Republic and in Degraded Forest Fragments in Bulindi, Uganda. Parasitology International

126. Hasegawa H, Shigyo M, Yanaia Y, McLennan MR, Fujita S, Makouloutoud P, Tsuchida S, Ando C, Satoh H, Huffman MA (2016). Molecular features of hookworm larvae (Necator spp.) raised by coproculture from Ugandan chimpanzees and Gabonese gorillas and humans. Parasitology International

127. Sun B. Wang X, Bernstein S, Huffman MA, Dong-Po Xia D-P, Gu Z, Chen R, Sheeran LK, Wagner RS, Li J (2016.) Marked variation between winter and spring gut microbiota in free-ranging Tibetan Macaques (Macaca thibetana). Scientific Reports 6, 26035; doi: 10.1038/srep26035

128. Sharma N, Huffman MA, Gupta S, Nautiyal H, Mendonca R, Morino L, Sinha A (2016) Watering holes: The use of arboreal sources of drinking water by Old World monkeys and apes. Behavioural Processes

129. Pebsworth PA, Huffman MA (under review). Geophagy in Non-human Primates: Health & Evolutionary Implications. American Journal of Physical Anthropology

著書・編著Books and Special Edited Journal Issues

1. Hofer, A., Huffman, M.A, & Ziesler, G. (1998). Mahale - Begegnung mit Schimpansen. PAN Edition im Verlag Navalon, Fussen

2. Yamagiwa, J. & Huffman, M. A. (1999). Guest editors to special edition “Recent Trends in Primate Socioecology”, Priates 40(1), pp. 282

3. Hofer, A., Huffman, M.A, & Ziesler, G. (2000) Mahale; a photographic encounter with chimpanzees. Sterling Publishing, New York.

4. Takai, M., Huffman, M.A., Shigehara, N. (2005). Proceedings of the symposium “Asian Paleoprimatology: Evolution in the Tertiary Primates in Asia. Anthropological Science 113: 130 pp.

5. Huffman, M.A, & Chapman, C. eds. (2009) Primate Parasite Ecology: The Dynamics of Host-parasite Relationships. Cambridge University Press, pp. 504

6. Jaman, F. & Huffman, M.A. (2010) Behavioral Budgets and Feeding Ecology of Japanese Macaques- The Effects of Natural Vegetation of Environmentally Enriched Enclosures on Monkeys’ Well Being, Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbruken, pp. 84

7. Leca, J.-B., Huffman, M. A., Vasey, P. L. eds. (2012). The Monkeys of Stormy Mountain: 60 Years of Primatological Research on the Japanese Macaques of Arashiyama. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge pp. 498.

8. Radhakrishna. S., Huffman, M.A., Sinha, A. eds. (2012). The Macaque Connection: Cooperation and conflict between humans and macaques. Springer, New York, pp. 268

9. Huffman MA,Nakagawa N, Go Y, Imai H, Tomonaga M (2012) Monkeys, Apes, and Humans: Primatology in Japan. Springer Brief in Biology, pp. 62

10. Takeshita RSC, Bercovitch FB, Huffman MA (2015) Non-invasive analysis of adrenal hormones in Japanese macaques. Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrucken, Germany, pp. 83.

著書分担Book Chapters

1. Huffman, M. A., (1990). Some socio-behavioral manifestations of old-age in chimpanzees. In The Chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains: Sexual and life history strategies. (Ed.) T. Nishida, University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo pp. 237-255.

2. Takasaki, H., Nishida, T., Uehara, S., Norikoshi, K., Kawanaka, K., Takahata, T., Hiraiwa-Hasegawa, M., Hasegawa, T., Hayaki, H., Masui, K. & Huffman, M. A. (1990). Summary of meteorological data at Mahale Research camps, 1973-1988. In The chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains: Sexual and life history strategies. (Ed.) T. Nishida, University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo pp. 290-300.

3. Huffman, M. A. (1991). History of the Arashiyama Japanese macaques in Kyoto, Japan. In The macaques of Arashiyama: Thirty-five years of study in Japan and the West. (Eds.) L. M. Fedigan & P. Asquith, SUNY Press, New York. Pp. 21-53.

4. Huffman, M. A. (1991). Mate selection and partner preference in female Japanese macaques. In The macaques of Arashiyama: Thirty-five years of study in Japan and the West. (Eds.) L. M. Fedigan & P. Asquith , SUNY Press, New York. Pp. 101-122.

5. マイケル・A・ハフマン 1991. 石遊び:子ザルが生んだ遊びの文化, 「サルの文化誌」, 西田利貞, 伊沢絋生, 加納隆至編, 平凡社, 東京, pp. 491-504. [Huffman, M.A. Stone handling: play culture innovated by the young, pp. 491-504. In. (eds. Nishida T, Izawa, K., Kano, T.) Primate Natural History, Heibon-sha, Tokyo].

6. Huffman, M. A. (1991). Consort relationship duration, conception, and social relationships in female Japanese macaques. In Primatology Today (Eds.) A. Ehara et al., Elsevier Science Publishers B. V. (Biomedical Division), Amsterdam pp. 199-202.

7. Uehara, S., Nishida, T., Hamai, M., Hasegawa, T., Hayaki, H., Huffman, M. A., Kawanaka, K., Takasaki, H., Takahata, Y., Tsukahara, T. & Mitani. J. (1992). Characteristics of predation by the chimpanzee in the Mahale Mountains National Park. In Human Origins, Vol 1., Topics in Primatology, Vol. 1, (Eds.) T. Nishida, W.C. McGrew, P. Marler, M. Pickford, F.B.M. de Waal, Tokyo Press, Tokyo pp. 143-158.

8. Huffman, M. A. & Wrangham, R. W. (1994). Diversity of medicinal plant use by chimpanzees in the wild. In Chimpanzee Cultures. (Eds.) R.W. Wrangham, W.C. McGrew, F.B. de Waal & P.G. Heltne, Harvard Univ. Press, Mass. Pp. 129-148.

9. Huffman, M. A. 1996. Acquisition of innovative cultural behaviors in non-human primates: A case study of stone handling, a socially transmitted behavior in Japanese macaques. In: Social Learning in Animals: The Roots of Culture. (eds.) B. Galef, Jr. & C. Heyes. Academic Press, Orlando, pp.267-289.

10. Huffman, M. A., Koshimizu, K. & Ohigashi, H. (1996). Ethnobotany and zoopharmacognosy of Vernonia amygdalina, a medicinal plant used by humans and chimpanzees. In: PDS Caligari and DJN Hind (Eds.). Compositae: Biology & Utilization Vol. 2., Kew: The Royal Botanical Gardens, pp. 351-360.

11. Huffman, M. A., Ohigashi H., Kawanaka, M., Page, J. E., Kirby G. C., Gasquet, M., Murakami, A., & Koshimizu, K. (1998). African great ape self-medication: A new paradigm for treating parasite disease with natural medicines? In: Towards Natural Medicine Research in the 21st Century, (Ed.) Y. Ebizuka, Amsterdam: Elsevier Science B.V., pp. 113-123.

12. Bercovitch, F. & Huffman, M. A. (1999). The Macaques In The Nonhuman Primates (Eds.) P. Dolhinow & A. Fuentes, Mountain View (CA): Mayfield Press, pp. 77-85.

13. ハフマン、マイケル・A, 小清水弘一, 大東肇 (2000). サルの薬膳料理, 「霊長類生態学: 環境と行動のダイナミズム」, 杉山幸丸編, 京都大学学術出版会, 京都, pp. 85-108. [Huffman, M.A., Koshimizu, K., Ohigashi, H. The primate medicinal diet, pp. 85-108. In. Primate Ecology: the dynamism of ecology and behavior. (ed.) Sugiyama, Y., Kyoto University Press, Kyoto].

14. Huffman, M. A., 大東肇, 小清水弘一, 2002. 自己治療行動の学際的研究.「マハレのチンパンジー パンスロポロシーの三七年」、西田利貞、上原重男、川中健二編著、京都大学学術出版会, 京都, pp. 261-287. [Huffman, M.A., Ohigashi, H., Koshimizu, K. Multiplidiscplinary research of self-medicative behavior. pp. 261-287. In. The Mahale chimpanzees- thirty-seven years of ‘Panthropology’. (eds.) Nishida, T., Uehara, S., Kawanaka, K., Kyoto University Press, Kyoto].

15. Huffman, M.A. (2002) Animal origins of herbal medicine. (Origines future de la medicine par les plantes) In. Des sources du savoir aux medicaments du uture- From the sources of knowledge to the medicines of the future. (Eds.) J. Fleurentin, J-M. Pelt, G. Mazars, Paris: IRD Editions, (English) pp. 31-42. (English and French) pp. 43-54.

16. Huffman, M.A., Cousins, D. (2005). Potential medicative value in the diet of gorillas. Pp. 116. In GRASP World Great Ape Atlas. University of California Press, Berkeley.

17. Tweheyo, M., T., Reynold, V., Huffman, M.A., Pebsworth, P., Mahaney, W.C., Milner, M., Waddell, A., Dirszowsky, R., Hancock, G.V. (2006). Geophagy in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii) of the Budongo forest reserve, Uganda. In: Primate of Western Uganda, pp. 135-152, (Eds.) Nicholas E. Newton-Fisher, Hugh Notman, Vernon Reynolds & James Paterson, Springer, New York.

18. Pebsworth, P., Krief, S., Huffman, M.A. (2006). The Role of Diet in Self-Medication Among Chimpanzees in the Sonso and Kanyawara Communitites, Uganda. In: Primates of Western Uganda, pp. 105-133, (Eds.) Nicholas E. Newton-Fisher, Hugh Notman, Vernon Reynolds & James Paterson, Springer, New York.

19. Huffman, M.A. (2007) チンパンジーの自己治療行動と人間の医療行為の進化。『霊長類進化の科学』京都大学霊長類研究所編, 京都大学学術出版会, 京都, pp. 139-155. [Chimpanzee self-medication and the evolution of human medicine. In. The Science of Primate Evolution. Ed. Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University Press, Kyoto].

20. Huffman, M.A., Vitazkova S.K. (2006). Primates, plants, and parasites: the evolution of animal self-medication and ethnomedicine, In Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), Developed under the Auspices of the UNESCO, Eolss Publishers, Oxford ,UK, [http://www.eolss.net] ALSO SEE #109 BELOW, SAME ARTICLE IN DIFFERENT FORMAT.

21. Huffman, M.A., Vitazkova S.K. (2007). Primates, plants, and parasites: the evolution of animal self-medication and ethnomedicine, In. Ethnopharmacology, (Eds. Elaine Elisabetsky, and Nina L. Etkin), e-book in the e-library at [http://www.eolss.net ], Eolss Publishers, Oxford.

22. Huffman MA, Leca J-B, Nahallage CAD (2010). Cultured Japanese macaques - a multi-disciplinary approach to stone handling behavior and its implications for the evolution of behavioral traditions in non-human primates. In: The Japanese macaques (eds.) F. Nakagawa, M. Nakamichi, H. Sugiura, Springer, Tokyo, pp. 185-213.

23. MacIntosh, A. J. J., Huffman, M.A. (2010). Towards understanding the role of diet in host-parasite interactions in the case of Japanese macaques, In: The Japanese macaques (eds.) F. Nakagawa, M. Nakamichi, H. Sugiura, Springer, Tokyo pp. 323-344.

24. Huffman M A and Sinha A. (2011). Nature and culture in the wild: Biological foundations of behavioral traditions in non-human primates. (Chapter 19) In: Relations between Nature and Culture (eds. R Narasimha and S Menon), Project of History of Indian Science, Philosophy and Culture, Centre for Studies in Civilizations, New Delhi, pp. 367-389. 

25. Mukherjee JR, Chelladurai V, Ronald J, Rawat GS, Mani P, Huffman MA (2011). Do animals eat what we do? Observations on medicinal plants bused by humans and animals of Mudanthurai Range, Tamil Nadu. pp. 179-195. In: Medicinal Plants and Sustainable Development (ed. CP Kala), Nova Science Publications, New York.

26. Huffman M.A., Vasey P., Leca J.-B. (2012). Introduction In: Leca, J.-B., Huffman, M. A., Vasey, P. L. eds. The Monkeys of Stormy Mountain: 60 Years of Primatological Research on the Japanese Macaques of Arashiyama. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 1-10.

27. Huffman MA, Fedigan, LM, Leca J-B, Vasey, P (2012). A brief historical time-line of research on the Arashiyama macaques. In: Leca, J.-B., Huffman, M. A., Vasey, P. L. eds. The Monkeys of Stormy Mountain: 60 Years of Primatological Research on the Japanese Macaques of Arashiyama. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 13-27.

28. Chalmers A, Huffman MA, Koyama N, Takahata Y (2012). Fifty years of female macaque demography at Arashiyama, with special reference to long-lived female (> 25 years). In: Leca, J.-B., Huffman, M. A., Vasey, P. L. eds. The Monkeys of Stormy Mountain: 60 Years of Primatological Research on the Japanese Macaques of Arashiyama. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 51-67

29. Huffman MA, Takahata Y (2012). Long-term Trends in Mating Relations of Japanese Macaques at Arashiyama, Japan. In: Leca, J.-B., Huffman, M. A., Vasey, P. L. eds. The Monkeys of Stormy Mountain: 60 Years of Primatological Research on the Japanese Macaques of Arashiyama. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 71-86.

30. Leca JB, Gunst N, Huffman MA (2012) Thirty years of stone handling tradition in Arashiyama-Kyoto macaques: implications for cumulative culture and tool use in non-human primates. In: Leca, J.-B., Huffman, M. A., Vasey, P. L. eds. The Monkeys of Stormy Mountain: 60 Years of Primatological Research on the Japanese Macaques of Arashiyama. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 223-257.

31. Huffman MA, MacIntosh AJJ (2012). Plant-food diet of the Arashiyama Japanese macaques and its potential medicinal value. In: Leca, J.-B., Huffman, M. A., Vasey, P. L. eds. The Monkeys of Stormy Mountain: 60 Years of Primatological Research on the Japanese Macaques of Arashiyama. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 356-431.

32. Huffman, MA (2015). An ape’s perspective on the origins of medicinal plant use in humans. Chapter 3. Pp. 55-70. In: Hardy, K. Kubiak Martens L. (Editors), Wild Harvest. Plants in the hominin and pre-agrarian human worlds. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

総説Review Articles, Review Book Chapters
33. Huffman, M. A. (1993). An investigation of the use of medicinal plants by wild chimpanzees. Current status and future prospects. [野生チンパンジー薬草利用:成果と展望] Primate Research 9:179-187. (in Japanese)

34. Gasquet, M., Huffman, M. A., & Wrangham, R. W. (1994) Les plantes medicinales utilises par les chimpanzes sauvages. Metissages en Sante Animale (Eds.) K. Kasonia & M. Ansay, Namur: Presses Universitaires de Namur (Belgium), pp. 289-297.

35. Huffman, M. A. (1995). La pharmacope des chimpanzes. La Recherche October Issue, pp. 66-71.

36. 大東肇, ハフマン、マイケル・A, 小清水弘一 (1996) 野生チンパンジーの薬用植物利用に関する化学生態学的研究: Vernonia amygdalina を例に, 「アフリカ研究」48: 51-62. [Ohigashi, H., Huffman, M.A. Koshimizu, K. Chemical ecology research on the medicinal plant use of chimpanzees in the wild. Africa Research]

37. Huffman, M. A., Riad, E., Ohigashi, H. & Nansen, P. (1998). Self-medication in the Great Apes: A multidisciplinary study of diet, behavior and health. Primatologie 1: 179-204. (French)

38. Huffman, M. A. (2001) Self-medicative behavior in the African Great Apes: An evolutionary perspective into the origins of human traditional medicine. BioScience 51(8): 651-661.

39. Huffman, M.A. (2003) Animal self-medication and ethnomedicine: exploration and exploitation of the medicinal properties of plants. Proceeding of the Nutritional Society 62: 371-381.

40. Huffman, M.A. (2004) Self-medication. pp. 959-961, In. The Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior Volume 3. (Ed.) M. Bekoff, Greenwood Publishers, Westport CT

41. Huffman, M.A., and Vitazkova, S. (2006) Primates, plants, and parasites: the evolution of animal self-medication and ethnomedicine. In Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems. (eds.) N. Etkin & E. Elisabetsky UNESCO-Eolss Publishers Co. Ltd., Paris.

42. Huffman, M. A., (2007) Primate Self-Medication. In: Primates in Perspective, pp. 677-690, Christina Campbell, Agustin Fuentes, Katherine MacKinnon, Melissa Panger, Simon Bearder (eds.), University of Oxford Press, Oxford.

43. Huffman, M.A. (2007) Animals as a source of medicinal wisdom in indigenous societies. In: Encyclopedia of Human-Animal Relationships Vol. 2., pp. 434-441, (ed) Marc Bekoff, Greenwood Publishing Group, CT

44. Huffman, M.A., Nahallage, C.A.D., Leca, J-B. (2008) Cultured Monkeys: Social learning cast in stones. Current Directions in Psychological Sciences 17(6): 410-414.

45. Huffman, M. A. (2010) Self-Medication: Passive prevention and active treatment. In. Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior Eds. MD Breed & J. Moore, Oxford: Academic Press pp. 125-131. (also available as on-line encyclopedia)

46. Huffman, M. A., (2nd Edition, 2011) Primate Self-Medication. In: Primates in Perspective, 2nd Edition, pp. 563-573, Christina Campbell, Agustin Fuentes, Katherine MacKinnon, Melissa Panger, Simon Bearder (eds.), University of Oxford Press, Oxford.

47. Huffman, MA (2013). Learning to become a monkey. In Karen B. Strier (ed.) Primate Ethnographies. Pearson, Columbus OH

48. Huffman MA (2014) Use of medicinal plants in wild primates. In. Medicinal Foods-investigating the functional value of natural products. H. Ohigashi (ed.), Volume X of Humanity, Food and Nature Series. Kenapkusha, Tokyo. [ハフマン、マイケル A、2014、野生霊長類の薬用植物利用、『食べ物とくすりの接点を探求する』人と食と自然シリーズ、監修京都健康フォーラム、編者大東肇、建帛社,東京 p. 7-36]

49. Huffman. M. A. (2015). Chimpanzee self-medication: a historical perspective of the key findings. pp. 340-353. In: Mahale Chimpanzees- 50 years of research. (eds.) M Nakamura, K Hosaka, N Itoh, K Zamma, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

50. Hosaka K., Huffman M. A. (2015). Gerontology, pp. 326-339. In: Mahale Chimpanzees- 50 years of research. (eds.) M Nakamura, K Hosaka, N Itoh, K Zamma, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

 

その他、依頼執筆原稿・Other invited articles

51. Huffman, M. A. (1985). Monkeys of Arashiyama. Kaleidoscope Kyoto 11 (February): 10-14.

52. Huffman, M. A. (1985). Culture and the 100th monkey. Kaleidoscope Kyoto 11 (February) : 14-17.

53. Huffman, M. A. (1986). The misunderstood monkey: Primates, potatoes & cultural evolution. Whole Earth Review. 52 (Fall): 26-29.

54. Huffman, M. A. (1990). Chimpanzees as doctors; Health maintenance behavior in chimpanzees. Alumni Bulletin of the University of Osaka Dental School 63: 31-32. (in Japanese)

55. Huffman, M. A. (1991). The use of naturally occurring plants for the possible treatment of parasite disease by wild chimpanzees. In: Window on Wildlife, Research in Tanzania. (Eds.,) E. Niemi & A. Outwater., Dar es Salaam: Tanzania Printers, pp. 39-41.

56. ハフマン、マイケル・A. 1991. サルの石遊び, 「動物たちの地球:生活戦略10-学ぶ, 覚える, 使う」,週刊朝日百科, 朝日新聞社、東京, 10: p. 1-317. [Huffman, M.A. Stone handling in monkeys. In. The world of animals: Live strategies ‘10- learning, remembering, applying’ Weekly Encyclopedia, Asahi News, Tokyo]

57. ハフマン、マイケル・A 1991. メスは恋人を選ぶ権利がある, 「けものウオッチング」, 川道武男, 川道美枝子編, 京都新聞社, 京都, pp. 146-148. [Huffman, M.A. Females have the right to chose their mates. In eds. M. Kawamichi, M. Kawamichi, Kemono Watching. (A guide to animal watching in Kyoto Prefecture) Kyoto: Kyoto Shimbunsha].

58. ハフマン、マイケル・A 1991. 経験がものをいう子育て, 「けものウオッチング」, 川道武男, 川道美枝子編, 京都新聞社, 京都, pp. 148-149. ] Huffman, M. A. (1991). A cultural play behavior innovated by young macaques. In eds. M. Kawamichi, M. Kawamichi, Kimono Watching. (A guide to animal watching in Kyoto Prefecture) Kyoto: Kyoto Shimbunsha].

59. ハフマン、マイケル・A 1994. 植物を薬に用いるチンパンジー, 「植物の世界」,週刊朝日百科, 朝日新聞社、東京, 7: pp. 1-222 - 1-224. [Huffman, M.A. Plants used for medicine by chimpanzees. In. The World of Plants, Weekly Encyclopedia, Asahi News, Tokyo.]

60. Wrangham, R., Huffman, M., Strier, K.B., Rodriguez, E. 1994. Letter. The Sciences, July/August, pp. 3-5. [Reprinted and discussed in Sapolsky 1998. The Trouble With Testosterone: And Other Essays On The Biology Of The Human Predicament. Simon & Schuster, New York]

61. Huffman, M. A. (1994). The C.H.I.M.P.P. Group: A multi-disciplinary investigation into the use of medicinal plants by chimpanzees. Pan Africa News 1(1): 3-5.

62. Huffman, M. A. (1996). Comments on Lisa Rose and Fiona Marshall: Meat eating, hominid sociality, and home bases revisited. Current Anthropology, 37(2): 325.

63. Ohigashi, H., Huffman, M.A., Koshimizu, K. (1996). In the search for potential medicines from the tropics: interfacing chimpanzee behavior and African Ethnomedicine. In: Namba, T. & Kadota, S. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Traditional Medicine in Toyama. Chuo Publishers, Toyama

64. Huffman, M. A. (1997). Practical applications from the study of great ape self-medication and conservation related issues. Pan African News 4(2): 15-16.

65. Huffman, M.A. (1997). Self-medicative traditions in the African Great Apes: An evolutionary perspective into human traditional medicine. pp. 229-235. In: Kadota, S. & Tezuka, Y. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Traditional Medicine in Toyama (1996). Akebono Kikaku Printers, Toyama

66. Huffman, M. A. (1998). Control of nematode infections by African great apes: a new paradigm for treating parasite infection with natural medicines? American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists. 20(2): 3-7.

67. Huffman, M. A. (2000). Forest Pharmacy. Healthy Options March Issue: 10-14.

68. Moscovice, L. R. Huffman, M.A. (2002). The chimpanzees of Rubondo Island. Kakakuona Tanzanian Wildlife. 27 (Oct.-Dec.): 56-60.

69. Huffman, M.A. (2003). Mwalimu, Safari Njema- Junichiro Itani (1926-2001). International Primate Society Bulletin June. 8-9.

70. ハフマン、マイケル A. (2004)チンパンジー 薬膳料理、「特集芸術の心理学」心理学ワールド、24:25-28. [Huffman, M.A. Chimpanzee’s Medicinal Diet. Shinri-Gakku World, publication of the Japan Psychological Society].

71. Huffman,MA, Petrzelkova K, Moscovice LR, Mapua MI, Bobakova L, Mazoch V. Singh J, Kaur T. 2008 Introduction of chimpanzees onto Rubondo Island National Park, Tanzania. Special Issue of Re-introduction News 27: 221-224.

72. ハフマン、マイケル、2009、サルは文化を持っていますか、『新しい霊長類学ー 人を深く知るための100問100答』京都大学霊長類研究所編著、pp. 106-109.

73. ハフマン、マイケル、2009、霊長類は肉食もしますか、『新しい霊長類学ー 人を深く知るための100問100答』京都大学霊長類研究所編著、pp. 118-120.

74. ハフマン、マイケル、2009、毛づくろいにはどんな意味がありますか、『新しい霊長類学ー 人を深く知るための100問100答』京都大学霊長類研究所編著、pp. 120-122.

75. ハフマン、マイケル、2009、サルは薬を使いますか、『新しい霊長類学ー 人を深く知るための100問100答』京都大学霊長類研究所編著、pp. 122-125.

76. Nahallage CAD, Huffman MA (2013). Macaque-human interactions in past and present-day Sri Lanka. In. Radhakrishna S, Huffman MA, Sinha A. eds. (2012). The Macaque Connection: Cooperation and conflict between humans and macaques. Springer, New York, pp. 135-148.

翻訳 Translations (Japanese - English)

77. Ohta, E. (2012). In search of the phantom monkeys. In: Leca, J.-B., Huffman, M. A., Vasey, P. L. eds. The Monkeys of Stormy Mountain: 60 Years of Primatological Research on the Japanese Macaques of Arashiyama. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 28-33.

78. Koyama, N. (2012). Touches of Humanity in monkey society. In: Leca, J.-B., Huffman, M. A., Vasey, P. L. eds. The Monkeys of Stormy Mountain: 60 Years of Primatological Research on the Japanese Macaques of Arashiyama. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 42-50.

 

書評Book Reviews

79. Huffman, M. A. (1989). Evolution and Coadaptation in Biotic Communities, Shoichi Kawano, Joseph H. Connell, Toshitaka Hidaka (eds.), University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo. In: Primates, 30(1): 140-141.

80. Huffman, M. A. (1989). Primate Adaptations & Evolution, John Fleagle, Academic Press, San Diego. In: Primates, 30(4): 589.

81. Huffman, M. A. (1993). Chimpanzee Material Culture: Implications for Human Evolution. W.C. McGrew, Cambridge Press, Cambridge, 1992. Primates 34(2): 251-252.

82. Huffman, M. A. (1995). Edible Plants of Sub-Saharan Africa, C.R. Peters, E. M. O'Brien & R.B. Drummond, Royal Botanical Gardens, U.K. International Journal of Primatology 16(2): 345-346.

83. Huffman, M. A. (1995). Milestones in Human Evolution. Alan J. Almquist and Anne Manyak (eds.), Waveland Press, Inc. Prospect Heights, Illinois, 1993. In: Primates 36(2): 295.

84. Huffman, M. A. (1996). Sexual Attraction and Childhood Association: A Chinese Brief for Edward Westermark. A. P. Wolf, 1995, Stanford University Press, Stanford. In: Primates 37(3): 333-334.

85. Huffman, M. A. (1996). The Neglected Ape. Ronald D. Nadler, Birute F. M. Galdikas & Lori K. Sheeran, Norm Rosen (eds.), Plenum Press, New York and London, 1995, 300 pp. In: Primates 37(4): 467.

86. Huffman, M. A. (1997). Great Ape Societies. William C. McGrew, Linda F. Marchant, Toshisada Nishida (eds.) Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, 1996, 328 pp. In: Primates 38(3): 349-350.

87. Huffman, M. A. (2000). The Sacred Monkeys of Bali. Bruce P. Wheatley, Waveland Press, Inc. Prospect Heights, Illinois, 1999, 189 pp. In Primates 41:235.

88. Huffman, M. A. (2000). The Mentalities of Gorillas and Orangutans. Comparative perspectives., University of Cambridge Press, 1999, pp. 419. In BioScience 50(12): 1122-1124.

89. Huffman, M. A. (2000). The Hunting Apes. Craig B. Stanford, University of Princeton Press, 1999, 253 pp. In Primatologie 3: 587-588.

 

 

総説 Review Articles, Review Book Chapter

1. Huffman, M. A. (1993). An investigation of the use of medicinal plants by wild chimpanzees. Current status and future prospects. Primate Research 9:179-187. (in Japanese)

2. Gasquet, M., Huffman, M. A., & Wrangham, R. W. (1994) Les plantes medicinales utilises par les chimpanzes sauvages. Metissages en Sante Animale (Eds.) K. Kasonia & M. Ansay, Namur: Presses Universitaires de Namur (Belgium), pp. 289-297.

3. Huffman, M. A. (1995). La pharmacope des chimpanzes. La Recherche October Issue, pp. 66-71.

4. 大東肇, ハフマン、マイケル・A, 小清水弘一 (1996) 野生チンパンジーの薬用植物利用に関する化学生態学的研究: Vernonia amygdalina を例に, 「アフリカ研究」48: 51-62. [Ohigashi, H., Huffman, M.A. Koshimizu, K. Chemical ecology research on the medicinal plant use of chimpanzees in the wild. Africa Research]

5. Huffman, M. A., Riad, E., Ohigashi, H. & Nansen, P. (1998) Self-medication in the Great Apes: A multidisciplinary study of diet, behavior and health. Primatologie 1: 179-204. (French)

6. Huffman, M. A. (2001) Self-medicative behavior in the African Great Apes: An evolutionary perspective into the origins of human traditional medicine. BioScience 51(8): 651-661.

7. Huffman, M.A. (2003) Animal self-medication and ethnomedicine: exploration and exploitation of the medicinal properties of plants. Proceeding of the Nutritional Society 62: 371-381.

8. Huffman, M.A. (2004) Self-medication. pp. 959-961, In. The Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior Volume 3. (Ed.) M. Bekoff, Greenwood Publishers, Westport CT

9. Huffman, M.A., and Vitazkova, S. (2006) Primates, plants, and parasites: the evolution of animal self-medication and ethnomedicine. In Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems. (eds.) N. Etkin & E. Elisabetsky UNESCO-Eolss Publishers Co. Ltd., Paris.

10. Huffman, M. A., (2007) Primate Self-Medication. In: Primates in Perspective, pp. 677-690, Christina Campbell, Agustin Fuentes, Katherine MacKinnon, Melissa Panger, Simon Bearder (eds.), University of Oxford Press, Oxford.

11. Huffman, M.A. (2007) Animals as a source of medicinal wisdom in indigenous societies. In: Encyclopedia of Human-Animal Relationships Vol. 2. , pp. 434-441, (ed) Marc Bekoff, Greenwood Publishing Group, CT

12. Huffman, M.A., Nahallage, C.A.D., Leca, J-B. (2008) Cultured Monkeys: Social learning cast in stones. Current Directions in Psychological Sciences 17(6): 410-414.

13. Huffman, M. A., (2nd Edition, 2011) Primate Self-Medication [contents up-date]. In: Primates in Perspective, 2nd Edition, pp. 563-573, Christina Campbell, Agustin Fuentes, Katherine MacKinnon, Melissa Panger, Simon Bearder (eds.), University of Oxford Press, Oxford.

14. Huffman, M. A. (2010) Self-Medication: Passive prevention and active treatment. In. Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior Eds. MD Breed & J. Moore, Oxford: Academic Press, pp. 125-131 (also available as on-line encyclopedia)

 

Conference Papers (from 1981-)

1. Huffman, M. A. (1981). Preferential mating and partner selection in female Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) at Arashiyama. American Journal of Primatology 1(3): 316-317 (abstract)

2. Huffman, M. A. (1984). Mount-sequence intrusion and male-male competition in Macaca fuscata. International Journal of Primatology 5(4): 349 (abstract).

3. Huffman, M. A. (1986). Mate choice and partner preference in female Japanese macaques. Primate Report, No. 14: 110 (abstract).

4. Huffman, M. A. (1987). Mate choice and partner preference in female Japanese monkeys. Primate Research, 3(2): 150 (abstract).

5. Suzuki, H., Asaba, N., Huffman, M. A. & Koyama, N. (1987). On the division of Arashiyama B troop of Japanese monkeys. Primate Research 3(2): 177. (abstract in Japanese)

6. Huffman, M. A. (1988). Observations on the illness and consumption of a possibly medicinal plant Vernonia amygdalina (Del.), by a wild chimpanzee in the Mahale Mountains, National Park Tanzania. Primate Research, 4(2): 180 (abstract).

7. Huffman, M. A. (1990). Partner preference and conception in female Japanese macaques. XIIth Congress of the International Primatological Society, July 21, 1990, Nagoya.

8. Huffman, M. A., Hamai, M., Tsukahara, T. & Turner, L. A. (1990). Intestinal Parasites of the Mahale M Unit-Group Chimpanzees: Further evidence in support of chimpanzee behavioral adaptations for the treatment of parasite related illness. XIIth Congress of the International Primatological Society, July 21, 1990, Nagoya.

9. Jisaka, M., Ohigashi, H., Koshimizu, K., Huffman, M. A. & T. Nishida, T. (1990). The physiological activities of the extracts of Vernonia amygdalina , a possible medicinal plant for primates, and its chemical constituents. Nippon Nogeikagaku Kaishi, 64: 351 (abstract in Japanese).

10. Takagaki, T., Ohigashi, H., Koshimizu, K., Huffman, M. A. & T. Nishida. (1990). Bitter principles of Vernonia amygdalina, a possible medicinal plant for primates. Nippon Nogeikagaku Kaishi, 64: 352. (abstract in Japanese)

11. Huffman, M. A. (1991). Long-term trends of stone handling, a culturally transmitted behavior in two isolated populations of free ranging Japanese macaques. 22nd International Ethological Conference, August 19, 1991.

12. Huffman, M. A., Koshimizu, K., Gotoh, S., Balansard, G., Wright, C. W. Kawanaka, M. & Tsuiji, M. (1992). An investigation of the use of medicinal plants by wild chimpanzees. Current status and future prospects. 29th Annual Meetings for the Japan Society of African Studies. May 30, 1992.

13. Huffman, M. A. (1992). Tool-assisted predation of a squirrel by a female chimpanzee in the Mahale Mountains, Tanzania. Primate Research 8(2):198. (abstract).

14. Ohigashi, H., Huffman, M. A., Kawanaka, M., Koshimizu, K. (1992). "Do Wild chimpanzees use Vernonia amygdalina for parasite diseases?" 9th Annual International Society of Chemical Ecology, Kyoto, July 7th, 1992.

15. Jisaka, M., Ohigashi, H., Hirota, M., Irie, R. & Huffman, M. A., Koshimizu, K. (1992). Steroid glucosides from Vernonia amygdalina, a possible medicinal plant used by wild chimpanzees. Nippon Nogeikagaku Kaishi 66:292. (abstract in Japanese)

16. Takegawa, K., Jisaka, M., Ohigashi, H., Kawanaka, M., Sugiyama, H., Huffman, M. A. & Koshimizu, K. (1992). Bitter principles of Vernonia amygdalina, a possible medicinal plant used by wild chimpanzees, and their biological activities. Nippon Nogeikagaku Kaishi 66:293. (abstract in Japanese)

17. Izutsu, D., Ohigashi, H., Kawanaka, M., Sugiyama, H., Huffman, M. A., Wright, C. W., Kirby, G. C. & Koshimizu, K. (1992). Occurrence of frees steroids in Vernonia amygdalina, a possible medicinal plant used by wild chimpanzees, and their antiparasitic activities. Nippon Nogeikagaku Kaishi 67:208. (abstract in Japanese)

18. Huffman, M. A., Gotoh, S., Izutsu, D., Kalunde, M. S. (1993). The use of the medicinal plant, V. amygdalina by an ill chimpanzee and its medicinal effect on parasite infection. Primate Research 9(2): (abstract).

19. Huffman, M. A., Koshimizu, K., Gotoh, S., Kawanaka, M., Wright, C. W., Kirby, G. C. & Timon-David, P. (1993). The chemo-ethology of medicinal plant use in wild chimpanzees and other primates. XIVth Congress of the International Primatological Society, Strasbourg, August 19th, 1993.

20. Huffman, M. A., Koshimizu, K., Ohigashi, H., Jisaka, M., Izutsu, D. & Gotoh, S. (1993). A study of the possible use of plants for medicinal purposes by wild chimpanzees (video, 21 min.). XIVth Congress of the International Primatological Society, Strasbourg, August 18th, 1993.

21. Huffman, M. A., Page, J. E., Sukhdeo, M. V. K., Gotoh, S., Kalunde, M. S., Chandrasiri, T. & Towers, G. H. N. (1995). Leaf-swallowing by chimpanzees, a behavioral adaptation for the control of nematode infections. 32nd Annual Japan Society for African Studies, Mihama, May 27-28, 1995

22. Huffman, M. A., Page, J. E., Sukhdeo, M. V. K. & Gotoh, S. (1995). Leaf-swallowing by chimpanzees, a behavioral adaptation for parasite control. 11th Annual Japan Primate Society Meetings, Inuyama, June 16-18, 1995

23. Huffman, M. A., Page, J. E., Ohigashi, H. & Gotoh. S. (1996). Leaf-swallowing by chimpanzees for the control of strongyle nematode infections: Behavioral, chemical and parasitological evidence. XVIth Congress of the International Primatological Society, Madison. August 11-16, 1996

24. Huffman, M. A, Mahaney, W. C., Zippin, J., Millner, M. W., Hancock, R. G. V., Aufrieter, S. & Wink, M. (1997). Geophagy and its possible medicinal value for wild chimpanzees. 34th Annual Japan Society for African Studies meetings, Niigata, Japan, May 31-June 1, 1997.

25. Huffman, M. A. (1997). Medicinal plant selection in the African Great Apes. - Regional cultural zones and their ecological influences. 13th Annual Japan Primate Society Meetings, Sapporo, July 4-6, 1997

26. Huffman, M. A. (1998). “The relative contributions of biological predispositions, social learning and ecology in the transmission and maintenance of behavioral traditions. A case study of self-medicative behavior in the African Great Apes” (paper) Napoli Social Learning Conference, Napoli, Italy, June 30- June 5, 1998.

27. Huffman, M. A., Hirata, S. & Matsuzawa, T. (1998). “Spontaneous leaf swallowing in captive chimpanzees; evidence for a predisposition to perform a behavioral component of great ape self-medication.” (poster), Napoli Social Learning Conference, Napoli, Italy, June 30- June 5, 1998.

28. Huffman, M. A. (1999). “Re-considering leaf-swallowing, a self-medicative behavior in chimpanzees. -its mechanism and regional differences in parasite pressure-“ 15th Annual Japan Primate Society Meetings, Miyazaki, June 18-20, 1999

29. Huffman, M. A., Ohigashi, H., Nansen, P., Boegh, H. O., Balansard, G., Gasquet, G. Riad, E. (1999). “Ape Self-medication: New sources for the treatment of parasitosis” 17th World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 15-19, 1999.

30. Bardi, M., Shimizu, K., Fujita, S., Huffman, M. A. (2000). Hormonal correlates of maternal style in captive macaques. 16th Annual Japan Primate Society Meetings, Nagoya, July 7-9, 2000.

31. Bardi, M., Borgognini-Tarli S., Shimizu K., Fujita S., Huffman M.A. (2001). Hormonal correlates of maternal style in captive macaques (Macaca fuscata, M. Mulatta). XIVth Meeting of the Italian Primatological Society (January 2001, Pisa, Italy). Folia Primatologica, 72:143-144.

32. Bardi M., Huffman M.A. (2001). Effects of maternal style on infant behavior in macaques. XVIIth Annual Meeting of the Primatological Society of Japan (July 2001, Kyoto, Japan). Primate Research, 17:135.

33. Huffman, M. A., Pebsworth, P., Bakuneeta, C., Gotoh, S., Obbo, C., Kiwedi, Z., Karamaji, J., & G. Muhumuza (2001) Ecological factors influencing the behavioural diversity of leaf-swallowing and other health maintenance aspects of the diet in chimpanzees of Budongo and Mahale. Primate Society of Great Britain - Winter Meetings (Dec. 2001, London).

34. Bardi M., Shimizu K., Huffman M.A., Borgognini-Tarli S.M. (2001). Endocrine, social and environmental factors affecting maternal behavior in macaques. XIVth Annual Meeting of the American Society of Primatologists (August 2001, Savannah, Georgia). American Journal of Primatology, 54:28-29.

35. Bardi, M., Shimizu, K., Barrett, G.M., Huffman, M.A., Borgognini-Tarli, S.M. (2002). Perinatal stress and maternal behavior in Japanese macaques. COE International Symposium (January 2002, Inuyama). Abstracts p. 54.

36. Huffman, M. A., Pebsworth, P., Bakuneeta, C., Gotoh, S., Obbo, C., Kiwedi, Z., Karamaji, J., & G. Muhumuza (2002) Ecological factors influencing the behavioural diversity of leaf-swallowing and host parasite relationships in chimpanzees of Budongo and Mahale. COE International Symposium “Research on long-lived animals: The past, present and future of longitudinal field studies” (Poster presentation) (Jan. 2002, Inuyama). Abstracts p. 65

37. Huffman, M.A. & Moscovice, L. R. (2003) Primate Society of Japan, 19th Annual Meetings, East Meets West- A research project on West African chimpanzees introduced on Rubondo Isl. Tanzania. June 27-29th, 2003, Sendai Japan. Program-Abstracts p. 33.

38. Kaur, T., Singh, J., Huffman, M. A., Moscovice, L. R,, Nelson, P. (2004). XX Congress of the IPS, CyberCHIMPP: A mobile field data collection system to facilitate chimpanzee research and conservation. August 22-28, 2004, Torino, Italy. Folia Primatologica, 2004; 75 (supplement) : 288.

39. Moscovice, L. R., Petrzelkova, K. J., Issa, M. H., Huffman, M. A., Snowdon, C. T., Mbago, F., Kaur, T., Singh, J., Graziani, G. (2004) XX Congress of the IPS, Role of Lianas for introduced chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) on Rubondo Island, Tanzania. August 22-28, 2004, Torino, Italy. Folia Primatologica, 2004; 75 (supplement) : 308.

40. Sagaravatti, A., Spiezio, C., Grassi, D., Huffman, M. A. (2004) XX Congress of the IPS, How do chimpanzees learn leaf-swallowing behavior? August 22-28, 2004, Torino, Italy. Folia Primatologica, 2004; 75 (supplement): 333.

41. Bardi, M., Huffman, M.A. (2005) Maternal stress and infant development in Macaques. American Society of Primatology Annual Congress. August 17-20. Portland OR, USA.

42. Hasegawa, H., Ikeda, Y., Fujisaki, A., Petrzelkova, K.J. Moscovice, L.R., Kaur, T., Huffman, M.A. (2005) Morphology of chimpanzee pinworm, Enterobius (Enterobius) anthropopitheci (Gedoelst, 1916) (Nematoda: Oxyuridae), collected from chimpanzees on Rubondo Island, Tanzania. 74th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Parasitology. April 8-9, 2005, Yonago, Tottori, Japan. [第74回日本寄生虫学会大会、プログラム・抄録集、p. 103, 2005年4月8-9日、千葉]

43. Petrzelkova, K. Hasegawa, H., Moscovice, L.R., Kaur, T., Issa, M-H., Huffman, M.A. (2005) New records of parasitic nematodes for chimpanzees found from the introduced population on Rubondo Island, Tanzania. Symposium on Diseases of Zoo and Wild Animals. May 5-6, 2005, Prague, Czech Rep.

44. Moscovice, L. R., Mbago, F., Issa, M. H., Petrzelkova, K. J., Snowdon, C. T. & Huffman, M. A. (2005). Habitat and diet of chimpanzees on Rubondo Island, Tanzania: Important ecological factors at a release site [abstract]. American Journal of Primatology, 66(S1), 114. Presented at the American Society of Primatologists 28th Annual Meeting, August 17-20, Portland, Oregon

45. Huffman, M.A., Leca, J-B., Gunts, N. and Nahallage, C.A.N. (2005). “Stone-handling as a behavioral tradtion: a comparative study in 10 troops.” St. Andrew International Symposium on Social Learning in Animals. June 15-18, 2005, St. Andrew University, Scotland. (poster #69)

46. Huffman, M.A., (2005). “The role of social learning in the acquisition and transmission of leaf-swallowing behavior, a self-medicative behaviour in chimpanzees.” St. Andrew International Symposium on Social Learning in Animals. June 15-18, 2005, St. Andrew University, Scotland. (oral presentation)

47. Nahallage, C.A.N. and Huffman, M.A. (2005). “Acqusition and diffusion of stone handling behavior among Japanese macaques.” St. Andrew International Symposium on Social Learning in Animals. June 15-18, 2005, St. Andrew University, Scotland. (poster #83)

48. Huffman, M.A. (2005). “Cultural aspects of primate self-medication” Kyoto Conference: Delphinid and Primate Social Ecology. July 29-30, 2005, Kyoto, Japan

49. Huffman, M.A. (2005). “Cultural aspects of primate self-medication” Symposium 3. Delphinid and primate social ecology: a comparative overview. IX International Mammalogical Congress, July 31-August 5, 2005, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. Abstract Proceedings pp. 19-20.

50. Huffman, M.A., Leca, J-B., Gunts, N. and Nahallage, C.A.N. (2005). Stone-handling, behavior in Japanese macaques, a multiple site comparative study. Cultural Conference 2005, September 15-17, 2005, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany.

51. Huffman, M.A., Nahallage, C.A.N. (2005). Acquisition and diffusion of stone handling among Japanese macaques. International Symposium on Southeast Asian Primate Research- Biodiversity Study from DNA to Ecosystem, October 17-20, 2005, Bangkok, Thailand. (poster presentation).

52. Huffman, M.A., Nahallage, C.A.D. (2006) Development, acquisition and transmission of stone handling behavior in Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata). Congress of the International Primatological Society. June 25-30, 2006, Entebbe, Uganda International Journal of Primatology, 27 (Supplement 1 February), abstract 407

53. Nahallage, C.A.D., Huffman M.A. (2006) Object play with stones: Habit or hobby in Japanese macaques? Congress of the International Primatological Society. June 25-30, 2006, Entebbe, Uganda International Journal of Primatology, 27 (Supplement 1 February), abstract 151

54. Leca, J.B., Gunst, N., Nahallage, C.A., Huffman, M.A. (2006). Stone-handling in Japanese macaques. 29th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Primatologists. August 16-19, 2006, San Antonio, Texas, USA. American Journal of Primatology 68 (supplement issue 1) abstract 166.

55. Leca, J.B., Gunst, N., Nahallage, C.A., Huffman, M.A. (2007) “Stone handling as a behavioural tradition in Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata): Charting inter- and intra-group diversity and investigating ecological and socio-demographic contexts of transmission.” Symposium on Socially-mediated learning in groups of primates: models and methods. 30th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Primatologists, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, June 20-23. American Journal of Primatology 69 (Supplement 1): p. 77.

56. Hernandez, A.D., Huffman, M.A. (2007) “Social rank and parasitism in Japanese macaques. Joint meeting of the American Society of Parasitologists, Mexican Society of Parasitologists, Canadian Society of Parasitologists. Meridia, Mexico, June 21-25. Congress Abstracts, P. 129

57. Huffman, M.A., Nahallage, C.A.D. (2007)“Distribution of three primate species of Sri Lanka (Macaca sinica, Semnopithecus entellus, Semnopithecus senex). Preliminary Report I”, Primate Society of Japan, Shiga Prefectural University, Hikone, July 14-16, 2007.

58. Nahallage, C.A.D., Huffman, M.A. (2007) “Sub-species morphological differences in Macaca sinica, Semnopithecus entellus, Semnopithecus senex). Preliminary Report II”, Primate Society of Japan, Shiga Prefectural University, Hikone, July 14-16, 2007.

59. Jaman, M. F., Huffman, M.A. (2007) “Comparison of activity budgets of captive Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) in two different enclosure environments”, Primate Society of Japan, Shiga Prefectural University, Hikone, July 14-16, 2007.

60. Bobakova, L., Petrzelkova, K.J., Moscovice, L.R., Issa, M., Hasegawa, H., Huffman, M.A., Petrasova, J., and Kaur, T.. Ecology of an introduced chimpanzee population, Rubondo Island (Tanzania). Proceedings of 6th International Zoo and Wildlife Research Conference on Behaviour, Physiology and Genetics, Berlin, Germany. 7th - 10th October 2007.

61. Mazoch V, Petrzelkova K.J., Bobakova L., Issa M., Huffman M.A., Kaur T. (2008): Nesting behavior of introduced chimpanzees of Rubondo (Tanzania). Poster. Zoologicke Dny, Brno, Czech Republic, 14-15.2. 2008.

62. Issa M, Bobakova L, Petrzelkova K.J., Moscovice L.R., Hasegawa H., Huffman M.A., Petrasova J. & Kaur T. (2008). Long-term research of the chimpanzee population released onto Rubondo Island NP (Tanzania). Poster. Zoologicke Dny, Brno, Czech Republic. 14-15.2. 2008

63. Petrzelkova Klara J, Bobakova Lucia, Moscovice Liza R, Issa Mwanahamissi, Hasegawa Hideo, Huffman Michael A, Petrasova Jana & Kaur Taranjit (2008). Successful introduction of Zoo chimpanzees onto Rubondo Island (Tanzania). Poster. 25th EAZA Conference, Antwerp, Belgium, 16-20.9. 2008

64. Pebsworth, P.A., Huffman, M.A. (2010) Documenting geophagy in wild chacma baboons at Wildcliff, South Africa using trap cameras. [Abstract, Primate Research 26: 145.] International Primatological Society 23rd Congress, Kyoto 12-18, September 2010.

65. Foitova, I., Huffman, M.A., Dusek, L., Jarkovsky, J., Klapka, R., Osansk, M. (2010). Parasite species diversity and infection intensity of orangutans- ecological factors with an emphasis on food items in their diet. [Abstract, Primate Research 26: 146.] International Primatological Society 23rd Congress, Kyoto 12-18, September 2010.

66. MacIntosh, A.J.J., Huffman, M.A. (2010) The fractal dimension: measuring behavioral complexity and its implications for evaluating the health of primates in the wild. [Abstract, Primate Research 26: 146.] International Primatological Society 23rd Congress, Kyoto 12-18, September 2010.

67. Petrzelkova, K.J., Petrasova, J., Uzlikova, M., Kostka, M., Huffman, M.A., Mapua, M.I., Bobakova, L., Mazoch, V., Singh, J., Kaur, T., Modry, D. (2010) Gastrointestinal parasites of indigenous and introduced primate species of Rubondo Island National Park, Tanzania with emphasis on Blastocytis infections. [Abstract, Primate Research 26: 181.] International Primatological Society 23rd Congress, Kyoto 12-18, September 2010.

68. Huffman, M.A., Nahallage, C.A.D. (2010) Macaque-Human interactions in Sri Lanka. [Abstract, Primate Research 26: 203.] International Primatological Society 23rd Congress, Kyoto 12-18, September 2010.

69. Garcia, C., Huffman, M.A., Shimizu, K., Redman, P., Speakman, J.R. (2010) Energetics and seasonality in captive female Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata). [Abstract, Primate Research 26: 350.] International Primatological Society 23rd Congress, Kyoto 12-18, September 2010.

70. Huffman, M.A. Field Techniques for health monitoring and the study of disease transmission in primates: some recent examples of their use in the wild. International Primatological Society 23rd Congress, Pre-congress symposium. Inuyama, 6th September 2010.

71. Huffman MA, Nahallage CAD (2011) Non-invasive methods for the study of the diseases of monkeys and man in nature, International Symposium: Integrative Research on Monkeys, Malaria and Man in Asia (June 21-22, University of Sri Jayawardenepura, Colombo)

72. Nahallage CAD, Huffman MA (2011) Primates of Sri Lanka, International Symposium: Integrative Research on Monkeys, Malaria and Man in Asia (June 21-22, University of Sri Jayawardenepura, Colombo)

73. Huffman MA (2011) サルマラリアの宿主となる東南アジアのマカク属を追って, JSPS ア・ア学術基盤形成事業:森林発生ヒトマラリアと人獣共通感染症サルマラリアの生態研究会 (7月8日, 獨協医科大学)

74. Huffman MA (2012) 霊長類の自己治療行動 - 予防と治療, One World, One Health Symposium, 2回神戸アニマルケア国際会議(2月19日、神戸ポートピアホテル)

75. Huffman MA (2012) How primates deal with disease and zoonoses potentially affecting humans in the tropics. International Symposium on Forest Malaria: Man-Mosquitoes-Monkeys (March 2012, Nha Trang, Vietnam).

76. Huffman MA, Nahallage CAD, Kawamoto Y, Kawamoto S, Shotake T (2012) Two is company, three is a crowd: the phylogeography of toque macaques (Macaca sinica) in Sri Lanka, Primate Society of Japan, Nagoya (Primate Research, 28: S20, 2012.7.8)

77. Huffman MA, 2012年7月7日, 嵐山でどんな研究が行われたか, 餌付けの果たした役割と問題点、自由集会、 日本霊長類学会、名古屋、霊長類研究 28: xvi

78. Huffman MA, Nahallage CAD, Ekanayake S, Hasegawa H (2012) Primate Zoonoses in Southeast Asia、The 3rd International Symposium on Southeast Asian Primates Research (The 3rd SEA-Primate): Diversity and Evolution of Asian Primates, August 27-30, 2012, Bangkok, Thailand.

79. Nahallage CAD, Huffman MA, Kawamoto Y, Kawamoto S, Shotake T (2012) The Phylogeography Of Toque Macaques (Macaca Sinica) In Sri Lanka、The 3rd International Symposium on Southeast Asian Primates Research (The 3rd SEA-Primate): Diversity and Evolution of Asian Primates, August 27-30, 2012, Bangkok, Thailand

80. Pebsworth PA, Archer CA, Appleton CC, Huffman MA (2012) Risk of parasite transmission from geophagic and foraging behavior. The 24th Congress of the International Primatological Society, Cancun Mexico. (August

81. Pebsworth PA (2012) Monitoring geophagy sites using camera traps: lessons learned, data earned. The 24th Congress of the International Primatological Society, Cancun Mexico.

82. Pebsworth PA, Morgan HR, Huffman MA (2012) Evaluating home range techniques: use of global positioning system collar data from chacma baboons. The 24th Congress of the International Primatological Society, Cancun Mexico.

83. Huffman MA, Nahallage CAD, Ekanayake S, Hasegawa H, De Silva LDGG, Athauda IRK, 2012, Preliminary parasitic survey of the natural primate reservoirs of potential zoonoses in Sri Lanka, International Research Conference, November 8-9, 2012, Colombo, Sri Lanka

84. M.A. Huffman, Y. Kawamoto, C.A.D. Nahallage, R. Kumara, T. Shotake, 2015, The ‘grey zone’ of langur phylogeography in Sri Lanka, Primate Society of Japan, July 18~20, 2-15, Kyoto University, Clock Tower Centennial Hall Building

85. C.A.D. Nahallage, M.A. Huffman, R. Kumara, 2015, First report on the white morph western purple-faced leaf langur (Trachypithecus vetulus nestor) in Sri Lanka. Primate Society of Japan, July 18~20, 2-15, Kyoto University, Clock Tower Centennial Hall Building

Invited Symposia Papers, Plenary Lectures (from 1981)

1. Huffman MA (1981/7) "Preferential mating and partner selection in female Japanese macaques at Arashiyama." Symposium: Courtship, reproduction, and infant survival in the Arashiyama A and B Troops of Japanese Macaques, American Society of Primatologists Meetings. San Antonio, July 1981. American Journal of Primatology 1(3): 318)

2. Huffman MA, American Society of Primatologists Meetings (1990/7). "Influences of female partner preference on male reproductive success in Japanese macaques." Symposium: Rank and Reproductive Success. American Society of Primatologists, Davis, July, 1990, American Journal of Primatology 20(3): 199.

3. Huffman MA (1991/8). "The Study of Cultural Behavior in Non-human Primates. A case study of stone handling, a culturally transmitted behavior in Japanese macaques." Satellite Symposium: Methodologies of Cultural Studies in Human Ethology and Related Disciplines. International Ethological Congress, Kyoto, August, 1991

4. Huffman MA, American Association for the Advancement of Science (1992/2). "Medicinal plant use by wild chimpanzees: A behavioral adaptation for parasite control?" Zoopharmacognosy: Medicinal Plant Use by Wild Apes and Monkeys. Special Section on Medicine and Technologies of the Future-Symposium: Chicago, February, 1992, American Association for the Advancement of Science Abstracts. p. 75.

5. Huffman MA (1992/7) "Parasites and Medicinal Plant Use in Wild Chimpanzees" Symposium: Parasites and Host Behavior, Animal Behavior Society Meetings (Invited Speaker). Davis, July, 1992

6. Huffman MA (1994/8) "Ethnobotany and Zoopharmacognosy of Vernonia amygdalina, a medicinal plant for humans and wild chimpanzees." Kew International Compositae Conference. Kew, July - August, 1994.

7. Huffman MA (1994/12) "Illness and Medicinal Plant Use by Chimpanzees in the Wild." Kyoto University Primate Research Institute, 2nd Special Primatological Colloquium on Primate Diseases. (Invited Speaker) December 13, 1994.

8. Huffman MA (1994/8), "Socially learned behavior in Non-human Primates: A case study of stone handling, a socially transmitted behavior in Japanese Macaques." Human Frontiers in Science International Workshop. Social Learning and Tradition in Animals. Cambridge, August, 1994.

9. Huffman MA (1996/3) "Primate Behavioral Strategies for the Control of Parasite Infection and Health Maintenance"(day-one) "Recent Trends in Chimpanzee Medicinal Plant Use Research" (day 4), NSF Research Training Workshop. Parasites and Behavior. University of California-Davis, March 22-28, 1996

10. Huffman MA, Frucht Memorial Lecture (1997/2). "An internship with wild chimpanzees. Ancient wisdom, a modern paradigm for tropical medicine?” (Keynote Speaker), Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, February 5, 1997

11. Huffman MA (1997/10) "Self-medication in African Great Apes: Ancient Wisdom as a Modern Paradigm for Treating Tropical Diseases", International Symposium on Natural Medicines & 50th Congress of the Japanese Society of Pharmacognosy (1997). (Invited Speaker), Kyoto University, Kyoto, October 28-30, 1997.

12. Huffman MA (1997/12) "Self-medicative traditions in the African Great Apes: An evolutionary perspective into human traditional medicine" The 6th International Symposium on Traditional Medicine in Toyama (1997). Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical University, Toyama, December 10 - 11, 1997.

13. Huffman MA (2000/5) "Investigating the animal origins of herbal medicine. Old ways of solving new problems?" 4th European Colloquium on Ethnopharmacology. (Plenary Speaker), Metz France, May 18-20, 2000.

14. Huffman MA, First East African Regional Conference (2000/5). “Great Ape Self-Medication and Human Traditional Medicine- A Bio-Cultural Approach to Evaluating Herbal Anthelmintics for Humans and Production Animals in Africa.” Conference- Medicinal Plants, Traditional Medicines and Local Communities in Africa: Challenges and Opportunities of the new Millennium. ICRAF Center, 16-19 May, 2000; Nairobi, Kenya.

15. Huffman MA (2000/6) “Cross-site comparison of self-medicative behavior in the African Great Apes” Max-Planck International Symposium. Behavioral Diversity in the Great Apes, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany, June 12-19, 2000.

16. Huffman MA (2000/10), “Self-medication in Apes as a Strategy for the Control of Parasite Infections.” Japan Parasitological Society, Western Japan Division, 56th Annual Meetings. (Plenary Lecture), Nagoya University, October 13-14, 2000.

17. Huffman MA (2000/11) Traditions in Nonhuman Primates: Models and Evidence Symposium (2000). “Ecological and biological basis of primate behavioral traditions” University of Georgia Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia, November 16 - 19, 2000.

18. Huffman MA (2001/8) XXVII International Ethology Congress (2001), Animal Innovations- Symposium “Stone handling, a two decade old behavioral tradition in a Japanese Monkey troop” Tubingen, August 22-29, 2001

19. Huffman MA (2001/8), "A bio-cultural approach to discovering and evaluating herbal anthelmintics- the role of animal behavior and ethnobotanical studies" Natural Products Research Network for Eastern and Central Africa Symposium (Plenary Lecture), Nairobi, August 27-31, 2001

20. Huffman MA (2001/12),, “Primates of Uganda”- Winter meetings of the Primate Society of Great Britain. Ecological Factors influencing the behavioural diversity of leaf-swallowing and other health maintenance aspects of the diet in chimpanzees of the Budongo and Mahale - M.A. Huffman (Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University), P. Pebsworth, C. Bakuneeta, S. Gotoh, C. Obbo, Z. Kiwede, J. Karamaji, and G. Muhumuza (Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, University of Colorado-Denver, Makerere University, Kampala and Budongo Forest Project, Uganda) London Zoological Gardens, London. December 5, 2001.

21. Huffman MA, American Society of Primatology 25th Annual Meetings (2002/6), “The evolution of medicinal plant use in African great apes and traditional human societies.” (Plenary Lecture), Oklahoma City, June 3, 2002

22. Huffman MA, Nutrition & Behaviour Group Symposium (2002/8) - Exploitation of medicinal properties by animals and humans through food intake and foraging behaviour. “Self-medication by primates and man: exploitation of medicinal properties of plants”, Nutrition Society Summer Meeting, Leads, UK, Wednesday 3rd, 2002, Leeds.

23. Huffman MA (2004/3) 21st Century COE International Symposium (2004) African Great Ape Evolution, Diversity and Conservation. “The chimpanzees of Rubondo Island: repatriation to Africa and the adaptation of West African chimpanzees to an East African environment.” (Invited Speaker), Kyoto, March 3-5, 2004.

24. Huffman MA (2005/7) Cultural aspects of primate self-medication. Kyoto Conference: Delphinid and Primate Socioecology. 2005, July 29-30, Kyodai-Kaikan, Kyoto Japan.

25. Huffman MA (2005/8) Cultural aspects of primate self-medication. Smposium: Socioecological perspectives in primates and dolphinids., IX Inernational Mammalogical Congress, July 31 - August 5, 2005, Sapporo, Japan. P. 19.

26. Huffman, MA, Leca, J-B, Gunts, N and Nahallage CAD (2005/9). Stone-handling,behavior in Japanese macaques, a multiple site comparative study. Cultural Conference 2005, September 15-17, 2005, Leipzig, Germany.

27. Huffman, MA (2006/9) “The evolution of self-medication as an adaptive behavioral strategy for defense against parasites in primates” (Plenary Lecture) 22nd Annual Italian Ethological Society Congress, September 18-22, 2006, Erice, Sicily, Italy.

28. Huffman, MA (2006/9) “The evolution of self-medication as an adaptive behavioral strategy for defense against parasites in primates” (Plenary Lecture) 22nd Annual Italian Ethological Society Congress, September 18-22, 2006, Erice, Sicily, Italy.

29. Huffman, MA (2006/9) “The evolution of self-medication as an adaptive behavioral strategy for defense against parasites in primates” (Plenary Lecture) 22nd Annual Italian Ethological Society Congress, September 18-22, 2006, Erice, Sicily, Italy.

30. Huffman, MA (2007/5) “The evolutionary perspective into the anti-parasitic behaviours of non-human primates and the evolution of medicine in humans.” (Plenary Lecture) 18th Annual Italian Primatological Association Congress, May 16-18, 2007, Calci, (Pisa), Italy.

31. Huffman, MA (2009/1) ‘Primate Self-medication’, PharmEcology: A pharmacological approach to understanding plant-herbivore interactions. (Symposium) Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology 2009 Annual Meetings, January 3-7, 2009, Boston (MA), USA.

32. Huffman MA (2009/4) Field techniques and recent examples of health monitoring from the wild -- impacts of tourism and habitat overlap on primate well being. International Mini-Conference on Conservation Medicine. Pingtong, Taiwan.

33. Huffman MA, Leca JB, Nahallage CAD (2009/11) Cultured Japanese macaques - a multi-disciplinary approach to stone handling behavior and its implications for the evolution of behavioral traditions in non-human primates, Poster, 3rd ICFAR Congress, Bangkok, Thailand.

34. Huffman MA, CAD (2009/11) “Field techniques for health monitoring and the study of disease transmission in primates: some recent examples of their use in the wild”, Satellite Session Field Research on Asian Primates, 3rd ICFAR Congress, Bangkok, Thailand.

35. Nahallage CAD, Huffman MA, CAD (2009/11), “Distribution and current status of the three primate species of Sri Lanka (Macaca sinica, Semnopithecus priam, Trachypithecus vetulus)”, 3rd ICFAR Congress, Bangkok, Thailand.

36. Huffman MA (2009/04) "Primate Parasite Ecology- Non-invasive field research and what it can tell us about the health behavior of primates" Lecture, Department of Biology, Kaohsiung Medical University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan

37. Huffman MA (2009/04) "Primate Parasite Ecology- Non-invasive field research and what it can tell us about the health behavior of primates" Lecture, Institute of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.

38. Huffman MA (2009/10) “Natural selection and culture in concert- the evolution of self-medication in animals and humans” , Invited Lecture, Celebration series of the birth of Charles Darwin and the publication Origin of species, Regional Museum of Natural Science of Turin, Italy.

39. Huffman MA (2009/10) “Bitter is best and other important lessons in life- the evolution of self-medication in animals and humans.” Genoa Science Festival, Genoa, Italy.

40. Huffman MA (2009/10) “Cultural aspects of primate self-medication.” University of Torino, Torino, Italy

41. Huffman MA (2009/12) “Invited Lecture series on Self-medication and primate parasite ecology”, Faculty of Science, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic.

42. Huffman MA & Nahallage CAD (2011/6) (Organizers) “International Seminar: Integrative research on monkeys, man and malaria in Asia.” University of Sri Jayawardenepura, Faculty of Graduate Studies, Nugegoda, Sri Lanka

43. Huffman MA & Nahallage CAD (2011/6) “Non-invasive methods for the study of the diseases of monkeys and man in nature, International Seminar: Integrative research on monkeys, man and malaria in Asia. University of Sri Jayawardenepura, Faculty of Graduate Studies, Nugegoda, Sri Lanka

44. Charmalie Nahallage and Michael A. Huffman (2011/6) “Primates of Sri Lanka,” International Seminar: Integrative research on monkeys, man and malaria in Asia. University of Sri Jayawardenepura, Faculty of Graduate Studies, Nugegoda, Sri Lanka.

45. Huffman MA (2012/4) TEDx Osaka 2012 “Animal Self-Medication: Ancient Wisdom and Our Future” Cosmo Square Hotel & Congress, Suminoe-ku, Osaka, April 28, 2012 http://www.ted.com/tedx/events/3862

46. Huffman MA (2012/8) “Self-medication in animals.” Wings of Mathematics: Science Summer Camp for Young Mathematicians, August 18, 2012, Ogawa City, Fukuoka Prefecture

47. Huffman MA (2012/8) “The world of health maintenance and medicinal plant use in primates.” Monkey College, Japan Monkey Centre, August 19, 2012, Inuyama, Japan.

48. Huffman MA (2012/10) “The Evolution of Medicinal Plant Use in African Great Apes and Traditional Human Societies”, University of Indiana, October 16, 2012, Bloomington, IL, USA

49. Huffman MA (2012/10) “The Evolution Of Self-Medication In The Animal Kingdom - With Special Reference To The Primates”, New York Primate Consortium in Evolutionary Primatology, October 18, 2012, New York City, NY, USA

50. Huffman MA, Yumoto T (Organizers) (2012) Monkey Malaria in Focus: Recent Perspectives on Forest and Zoonotic Malaria, JSPS Asia Africa Science Platform Program, The eco-epidemiology of forest and zoonotic malaria, International Symposium, December 18-19, 2012, Inuyama, Japan

51. Huffman MA (2012/12) “The phylogeography of toque macaques and their zoonotic parasites”, December 26, 2012, Pingtung, Taiwan

52. Huffman MA (2013/2) “Use of medicinal plants by primates in the wild”, Kyoto Health Forum, Kyoto, February 9, 2013, Kyoto, Japan

53. Huffman MA (2013/3) “Cultural transmission in primates: an overview of 67 years of research”, Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka, March 22, 2013, Colombo, Sri Lanka)

54. Huffman, M. A., Satou, M., Kawai, S., Maeno, Y., Kawamoto, Y., Quang, N., Nakazawa, S., Marchant, R. 2014/8. The current situation of monkey malaria (Plasmodium knowlesi) in Khanh Phu, Vietnam. The 25th Congress of International Primatological Society, Hanoi, Vietnam. (Aug 14).

55. Huffman M.A. 2014/8. The human-primate interface - on-going zoonoses monitoring in Southeast Asia. Diversity and Conservation of Asian Primates, Kyoto University and Bogor Agriculture University International Symposium, Bogor, Indonesia. (Aug 18).

56. Huffman, M.A. 2014/10. The evolution of self-medication in the animal kingdom and the origins of human traditional medicine. Workshop on Social Evolution, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China (July 2).

57. Huffman, M.A. 2015/8. Rolling Stones Gather No Moss: Stone Handling Behavior in Macaques and the Value of Being Forever Young! Symposium: STRANGE AND NEW NONHUMAN PRIMATE BEHAVIORS: IMPLICATIONS FOR UNDERSTANDING WHAT IT MEANS TO BE HUMAN, November 21, 2015, American Anthropological Association, Denver Colorado, USA (November 21)

 

Public Lectures, Seminars, and Colloquia from 1989 -

1. Kansai University of Foreign Studies, International Cultural Studies Institute- Special Lecture Series, "Social Learning in Primates" Osaka, November 17, 1989

2. Gifu Prefecture, Wara Village, Board of Education Seminar "The social behavior of Japanese monkeys and chimpanzees." Wara, September 1, 1990

3. University of Osaka, Dental School Alumni Lecture Series. "Chimpanzees as doctors: Health maintenance behavior in chimpanzees" Osaka, October 13, 1990

4. University of Calgary, Department of Anthropology Colloquium, "Medicine on the wild side" Calgary, January 10, 1991

5. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Biology Colloquium, "Medicinal Plant Use in Wild Chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania: A multi-disciplinary study." Milwaukee, January 16, 1991

6. University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, Department of Anthropology Colloquium, "Medicinal Plant Use in Wild Chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania: A multi-disciplinary study." Ann Arbor, January 25, 1991

7. University of California-Irvine, Department of Developmental and Cell Biology Colloquium, "Medicinal Plant of Wild Chimpanzee in Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania: A multi-disciplinary study." Irvine, February 3, 1992

8. Harvard University, Peabody Museum's Department of Anthropology Colloquium, "Medicinal plant-use by wild chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains." Cambridge, February 11, 1992

9. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Zoology Colloquium, "Current advances in the study of medicinal plant use in wild chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains." Madison, February 14, 1992

10. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Anthropology Colloquium, "Stone-play behavior in the Japanese Macaques of Arashiyama." Madison, February 17, 1992

11. Kyoto University, Faculty of General Education, Department of Sociology Colloquium, "The Study of Medicinal Plant Use in Wild Chimpanzees; Current Status and Prospects for the Future". Kyoto, May 8, 1992.

12. Kobe YMCA, Cross-cultural Center's Public Lecture Series. "Learning from primates." Kobe, June 27, 1992.

13. Asahi Newspaper Co., Somewhere between primatology and ethnology: Public Lecture Series. "Cultural behavior in primates" Osaka, November 13, 1992.

14. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Department of Botany Colloquium, "Towards the chemical ecology of medicinal plant use in the African Great Apes." Vancouver, November 10, 1994.

15. University of California, San Diego, Department of Anthropology Colloquium "Everything you wanted to know about primate prescriptions but were afraid to ask." La Jolla, November 28, 1994.

16. Kyoto University Primate Research Institute, 2ndSpecial Primatological Colloquium on Primate Diseases. "Illness and Medicinal Plant Use by Chimpanzees in the Wild." Inuyama, December 13, 1994.

17. Cosponsored Meeting by Tanzanian National Parks, Serengeti Wildlife Research Institute and the Japan International Cooperation Agency, Scientific Seminar Marking 30 years of Chimpanzee Research in Mahale Mts. National Park. "The emerging science of animal self-medication with plants and other natural substances", (5 days) Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, December 4-8, 1995

18. Kyoto University Primate Research Institute, Graduate Colloquium, Synchronization in Biological Systems. "Transmission of Stone Handling behavior in Japanese macaques troops." Inuyama, July 9, 1996.

19. University of Alberta, Department of Anthropology Colloquium. "Bitter Piths, Spiny Leaves, and Moldy Termite Mounds: A tale of strange habits made a little easier to swallow. Edmonton, February 7, 1997.

20. University of Toronto, Department of Botany Research Seminar. "The use of medicinal plants by chimpanzees", Toronto, February 10, 1997.

21. York University, Department of Geography Seminar. "Geophagy and medicinal plant-use as a form of self-medication in chimpanzees" Toronto, February 12, 1997.

22. University of Puerto Rico, Department of Anatomy & Caribbean Primate Research Center Lecture. "Self-medication by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)", San Juan, February 14, 1997.

23. Miami University, Departments of Zoology and Sociology, Gerontology & Anthropology Colloquium. "Socio-ecology and the transmission of cultural behavior in the Japanese macaque", Oxford (Ohio), February 19, 1997.

24. Miami University, Co-sponsored by: Departments of Botany, Zoology, Sociology, Gerontology & Anthropology, University Honors Program and College of Arts and Sciences. "Bitter Piths, Spiny Leaves, and Moldy Termite Mounds: A tale of strange habits made a little easier to swallow", Oxford (Ohio), February 21, 1997.

25. Columbia University, Department of Anthropology, "Self-medication in African Great Apes: Ancient Wisdom as a Modern Paradigm for Treating Tropical Diseases", New York, April 23, 1998.

26. Makerere University, Departments of Zoology and Botany jointly hosted seminar. "Self-medication in African Great Apes: Ancient Wisdom as a Modern Paradigm for Treating Tropical Diseases" December 12, 1998.

27. University of Florida-Gainesville, Department of Zoology, "Self-medication in African Great Apes: Ancient Wisdom as a Modern Paradigm for Treating Tropical Diseases" April 9, 1999.

28. Tulsa Zoo, Keepers job enrichment seminar. " Self-medication in the great apes- behavioral ecology and a paradigm for parasite control in humans and captive animals" April 10, 1999

29. Entebbe Zoo, Ugandan Wildlife Education Center " Self-medicative behavior in the Great Apes: A Ugandan & Tanzanian Comparison.", Entebbe, May 21, 1999.

30. Ugandan Wildlife Society, Kampala Natural History Museum, "Self-Medication in the African Great Apes- Behavioral Ecology and a Paradigm for the Treatment of Parasite Infection in Humans" Kampala, May 24, 1999.

31. Duke University, Zoology / Anthropology Seminar “"Self-Medication in the African Great Apes- Behavioral Ecology and Parasitology of chimpanzees in Mahale” March 2000

32. University of Wisconsin- Madison, Department of Zoology, Psychology, Anthropology special colloquium ““Self-medication in Apes as a Strategy for the Control of Parasite Infections.” November 22, 2000

33. University of Pisa, Department of Ethology, Ecology and Evolution Special Invited Lecture Series “1) Research on the Mahale Mountains Chimpanzees, 2) A Bio-cultural approach to evaluating herbal anthelmintics, 3) Ecological and biological foundations of primate behavioral traditions.” April 19, 20, 23, 2001

34. Rome Zoo & Instituto di Psicologia, Public Lecture “Self-medication in chimpanzees- Studies in the wild and in captivity” May 3, 2001

35. Univ. Dar es Salaam, Department of Zoology Seminar, Bebruary 24th 2003.

36. Taipei Zoological Gardens, “Self-medication in the great apes & primate culture”, Two-part public lecture series. December 26th, 2003, Taipei

37. Lethbridge University, “The evolution and development of self-medication in great apes and humans.” Behaviour & Evolution Distinguished Speakers Series, March 27th, 28th, 2003, Lethbridge.

38. Taipei Zoological Gardens, “My favorite monkeys- what they have to teach us”, Public lecture. October 31st, 2004, Taipei

39. University of Pisa, Museum of Natural History, “ ” Calci Italy, September 2006

40. Kaohsiung Medical University “The evolution of self-medication in animals- hints from our closest living primate relatives” April 28th 2006.

41. Kaohsiung Medical University, "Bioloigical and ecological foundations of social learning in Japanese macaques and chimpanzees: a fusion of wild and captive studies", Taiwan, March 21st, 2007

42. Kaohsiung Medical University, "Recent primatological research in Tanzania and Sri Lanka: converging conservation and fieldwork", Taiwan, March 22nd, 2007.

43. Behavioral Research Institute in the University of Guadalajara-Mexico, "Five-part lecture series: Fundamentals of Primatology", Guadalajara, Mexico, November 4-12, 2007

44. National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, “ ” Pingtung, Taiwan, April 26, 2008

45. Kaohsiung Medical University, " ", Taiwan, April 28, 2008.

46. Kaohsiung Medical University, "Primate Parasite Ecology- Non-invasive field research and what it can tell us about the health and behavior of primates", Kaoshung, Taiwan, May 20, 2009.

47. Taiwan National University, “Primate Parasite Ecology- Non-invasive field research and what it can tell us about the health and behavior of primates”, Taipei, Taiwan May 22, 2009.

48. National Dong Hwa University, “Primate Parasite Ecology- Non-invasive field research and what it can tell us about the health and behavior of primates”. Hualien, Taiwan May, 18, 2009

49. Nanyang Technological University, Division of Psychology, “Stone handling in macaques- a cultural behavior that transcends the species boundary”, Singapore, March 25, 2010

50. Kaohsiung Medical University, Lectures in Primatology: 1) Taxonomy, 2) Behavioral ecology, 3) Evolution of Social Behavior and 4) Evolution of Primate Self-medication.” Kaoshiung ,Taiwan May 5-6, 2010

51. National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, “Primatological Research in Sri Lanka” Pingtung, Taiwan, May 7, 2010.

52. National Kaohsiung Normal University, “Bio-technology: from animal self-medication to human medicines”. Kaohsiung, Taiwan, May 7, 2010.

53. St. Margret’s Junior & Senior High School “人間のサル性、サルの人間性The monkey- ness of humans and the human-ness of monkeys”, Tokyo, Japan, September 4, 2010.

54. Nishi-Hongwanji Betsuin “自然は人生の教科書Nature is a textbook for living one’s life”, ‘Heartful University’ lecture series for elders of the Nishihongwanji Buddhist Temple, Kagoshima, Japan, October 9, 2010.

55. University of Parma, Department of Neurosciences, Section of Psychology, “Macaque stone handling cultures: behavioral propensities and the origin of stone tool use”, Parma, Italy, October 21, 2010.

56. Department of Biology and Wildlife Diseases, Veterinary Pharmalogical University, “On the evolution of self-medication in animals, particularly primates.” Brno, Czech Republic, October 26, 2010.

57. Museo di Storia Naturale e del Territorio, Universita di Pisa “Cultured living: on becoming a member of monkey society”, Calci, Italy, October 29, 2010.

58. University of Kwa Zulu-Natal, School of Biological Sciences, “The evolution of self-medication in animals and the origins of human medicine“, Durban, South Africa, January 20, 2011.

59. Utah State University- Logan, Department of Wildland Resources, Graduate Seminar in Evolution of Plant - Herbivore Interactions “Nat. Geo. Animals Like Us- Medicine showing and Open discussion”, Logan, Utah (USA) April 27, 2011.

60. Utah State University- Logan, Department of Wildland Resources, Departmental Seminar “The evolution of self-medication in the animal kingdom and the origins of traditional medicine in humans”, Logan, Utah (USA) April 27, 2011.

61. University of Calgary, Department of Anthropology Seminar, “The evolution of self- medication in the animal kingdom: great and small minds 'think' alike!", Calgary, Alberta Province, Canada, May 6, 2011.

62. University of Lethbridge, Department of Psychology Seminar, “Behavioral ecology, parasitology and population genetics of Sri Lankan primates”, Lethbridge, Alberta Province, Canada, May 9, 2011.

63. Huffman MA (2011) Chimpanzee use of plants as medicine and the evolution of self-medication in primates and other animals, Living Links to Human Biology, Mind and Medicine Lecture Series of the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland (September 12, Edinburgh Zoo)

64. Huffman, M.A. 2014. The evolution of self-medication in the animal kingdom and the origins of human traditional medicine. Workshop on Social Evolution, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China (July 2).

65. Huffman M.A. 2014. The evolution of self-medication in animals- the roots of human medicine and our primate ancestors. Belgian Group for Primatology, Brussels, Belgium: Plenary lecture (September 24)

66. Huffman, M.A. 2014. The Evolution of Self-Medication in the Animal Kingdom: from Parasites to Pot. Oxford Brookes College, Oxford, UK, public seminar (October 16).