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    1. Chapman, CA; Peres, CA
      Primate conservation in the new millennium: The role of scientists

      EVOLUTIONARY ANTHROPOLOGY
    2. Zanne, AE; Chapman, CA
      Expediting reforestation in tropical grasslands: Distance and isolation from seed sources in plantations

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    3. Gillespie, TR; Chapman, CA
      Determinants of group size in the red colobus monkey (Procolobus badius): an evaluation of the generality of the ecological-constraints model

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
    4. Zanne, AE; Keith, B; Chapman, CA; Chapman, LJ
      Protecting terrestrial mammal communities: potential role of pine plantations

      AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    5. Chapman, CA; Balcomb, SR; Gillespie, TR; Skorupa, JP; Struhsaker, TT
      Long-term effects of logging on African primate communities: a 28-year comparison from Kibale National Park, Uganda

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    6. Chapman, CA; Chapman, LJ
      Interdemic variation in mixed-species association patterns: common diurnalprimates of Kibale National Park, Uganda

      BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY
    7. Balcomb, SR; Chapman, CA; Wrangham, RW
      Relationship between chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes) density and large, fleshy-fruit tree density: Conservation implications

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
    8. Chapman, CA; Lambert, JE
      Habitat alteration and the conservation of African primates: Case study ofKibale National Park, Uganda

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
    9. Froc, DJ; Chapman, CA; Trepel, C; Racine, RJ
      Long-term depression and depotentiation in the sensorimotor cortex of the freely moving rat

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    10. Chapman, CA; Chapman, LJ
      Constraints on group size in red colobus and red-tailed guenons: Examiningthe generality of the ecological constraints model

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
    11. Onderdonk, DA; Chapman, CA
      Coping with forest fragmentation: The primates of Kibale National Park, Uganda

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY
    12. Chapman, LJ; Lanciani, CA; Chapman, CA
      Ecology of a diplozoon parasite on the gills of the African cyprinid Barbus neumayeri

      AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    13. Chapman, CA; Chapman, LJ
      Determinants of group size in primates: The importance of travel costs

      ON THE MOVE: HOW AND WHY ANIMALS TRAVEL IN GROUPS
    14. Boinski, S; Treves, A; Chapman, CA
      A critical evaluation of the influence of predators on primates: Effects on group travel

      ON THE MOVE: HOW AND WHY ANIMALS TRAVEL IN GROUPS
    15. Duncan, RS; Chapman, CA
      Seed dispersal and potential forest succession in abandoned agriculture intropical Africa

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    16. Chapman, CA; Chapman, LJ
      Forest restoration in abandoned agricultural land: a case study from East Africa

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    17. Perez, Y; Chapman, CA; Woodhall, G; Robitaille, R; Lacaille, JC
      Differential induction of long-lasting potentiation of inhibitory postsynaptic potentials by theta patterned stimulation versus 100-Hz tetanization in hippocampal pyramidal cells in vitro

      NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Chapman, CA; Lacaille, JC
      Cholinergic induction of theta-frequency oscillations in hippocampal inhibitory interneurons and pacing of pyramidal cell firing

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    19. Chapman, CA; Wrangham, RW; Chapman, LJ; Kennard, DK; Zanne, AE
      Fruit and flower phenology at two sites in Kibale National Park, Uganda

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    20. Chapman, CA; Chapman, LJ; Kaufman, L; Zanne, AE
      Potential causes of arrested succession in Kibale National Park, Uganda: growth and mortality of seedlings

      AFRICAN JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY
    21. Chapman, CA; Chapman, LJ
      Implications of small scale variation in ecological conditions for the diet and density of red colobus monkeys

      PRIMATES
    22. Chapman, CA; Lacaille, JC
      Intrinsic theta-frequency membrane potential oscillations in hippocampal CA1 interneurons of stratum lacunosum-moleculare

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    23. Chapman, LJ; Chapman, CA; Brazeau, DA; McLaughlin, B; Jordan, M
      Papyrus swamps, hypoxia, and faunal diversification: variation among populations of Barbus neumayeri

      JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY
    24. Carver, DJ; Chapman, CA; Thomas, VS; Stadnyk, KJ; Rockwood, K
      Validity and reliability of the Medical Outcomes Study Short Form-20 questionnaire as a measure of quality of life in elderly people living at home

      AGE AND AGEING
    25. CHAPMAN CA; PEREZ Y; LACAILLE JC
      EFFECTS OF GABA(A) INHIBITION ON THE EXPRESSION OF LONG-TERM POTENTIATION IN CA1 PYRAMIDAL CELLS ARE DEPENDENT ON TETANIZATION PARAMETERS

      Hippocampus
    26. CHAPMAN CA; TREPEL C; IVANCO TL; FROC DJ; WILSON K; RACINE RJ
      CHANGES IN-FIELD POTENTIALS AND MEMBRANE CURRENTS IN RAT SENSORIMOTORCORTEX FOLLOWING REPEATED TETANIZATION OF THE CORPUS-CALLOSUM IN-VIVO

      Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. 1991)
    27. CHAPMAN CA; XU Y; HAYKIN S; RACINE RJ
      BETA-FREQUENCY (15-35 HZ) ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAM ACTIVITIES ELICITED BYTOLUENE AND ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION IN THE BEHAVING RAT

      Neuroscience
    28. CHAPMAN CA; ONDERDONK DA
      FORESTS WITHOUT PRIMATES - PRIMATE PLANT CODEPENDENCY/

      American journal of primatology
    29. CHAPMAN CA; KAUFMAN L; CHAPMAN LJ
      BUTTRESS FORMATION AND DIRECTIONAL STRESS EXPERIENCED DURING CRITICALPHASES OF TREE DEVELOPMENT

      Journal of tropical ecology
    30. SHEPHERD VE; CHAPMAN CA
      DUNG BEETLES AS SECONDARY SEED DISPERSERS - IMPACT ON SEED PREDATION AND GERMINATION

      Journal of tropical ecology
    31. CHAPMAN CA; BALCOMB SR
      POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS OF HOWLERS - ECOLOGICAL CONDITIONS OR GROUP HISTORY

      International journal of primatology
    32. OLUPOT W; WASER PM; CHAPMAN CA
      FRUIT FINDING BY MANGABEYS (LOPHOCEBUS-ALBIGENA) - ARE MONITORING OF FIG TREES AND USE OF SYMPATRIC FRUGIVORE CALLS POSSIBLE STRATEGIES

      International journal of primatology
    33. CHAPMAN LJ; CHAPMAN CA
      HYPOXIA TOLERANCE OF THE MORMYRID PETROCEPHALUS-CATOSTOMA - IMPLICATIONS FOR PERSISTENCE IN SWAMP REFUGIA

      Copeia
    34. CRISMAN TL; CHAPMAN LJ; CHAPMAN CA
      PREDICTORS OF SEASONAL OXYGEN LEVELS IN SMALL FLORIDA LAKES - THE IMPORTANCE OF COLOR

      Hydrobiologia
    35. Chapman, LJ; Chapman, CA; Crisman, TL; Nordlie, FG
      Dissolved oxygen and thermal regimes of a Ugandan crater lake

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    36. CHAPMAN CA; RACINE RJ
      PIRIFORM CORTEX EFFERENTS TO THE ENTORHINAL CORTEX IN-VIVO - KINDLING-INDUCED POTENTIATION AND THE ENHANCEMENT OF LONG-TERM POTENTIATION BYLOW-FREQUENCY PIRIFORM CORTEX OR MEDIAL SEPTAL STIMULATION

      Hippocampus
    37. CHAPMAN CA; YEOMANS JS; BLAHA CD; BLACKBURN JR
      INCREASED STRIATAL DOPAMINE EFFLUX FOLLOWS SCOPOLAMINE ADMINISTERED SYSTEMICALLY OR TO THE TEGMENTAL PEDUNCULOPONTINE NUCLEUS

      Neuroscience
    38. OLUPOT W; CHAPMAN CA; WASER PM; ISABIRYEBASUTA G
      MANGABEY (CERCOCEBUS-ALBIGENA) RANGING PATTERNS IN RELATION TO FRUIT AVAILABILITY AND THE RISK OF PARASITE INFECTION IN KIBALE NATIONAL-PARK, UGANDA

      American journal of primatology
    39. KAUFMAN LS; CHAPMAN LJ; CHAPMAN CA
      EVOLUTION IN FAST FORWARD - HAPLOCHROMINE FISHES OF THE LAKE VICTORIAREGION

      Endeavour
    40. CHAPMAN CA; CHAPMAN LJ; WRANGHAM R; ISABIRYEBASUTA G; BENDAVID K
      SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIABILITY IN THE STRUCTURE OF A TROPICAL FOREST

      African journal of ecology
    41. ALLAN LG; SIEGEL S; KULATUNGAMORUZI C; EISSENBERG T; CHAPMAN CA
      ISOLUMINANCE AND CONTINGENT COLOR AFTEREFFECTS

      Perception & psychophysics
    42. HOOGESTEIJN R; CHAPMAN CA
      LARGE RANCHES AS CONSERVATION TOOLS IN THE VENEZUELAN LLANOS

      Oryx
    43. CHAPMAN CA; RACINE RJ
      CONVERGING INPUTS TO THE ENTORHINAL CORTEX FROM THE PIRIFORM CORTEX AND MEDIAL SEPTUM - FACILITATION AND CURRENT SOURCE DENSITY ANALYSIS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    44. NUNES A; CHAPMAN CA
      A REEVALUATION OF FACTORS INFLUENCING THE SEX-RATIO OF SPIDER MONKEY POPULATIONS WITH NEW DATA FROM MARACA ISLAND, BRAZIL

      Folia primatologica
    45. CHAPMAN CA; CHAPMAN LJ
      FOREST REGENERATION IN LOGGED AND UNLOGGED FORESTS OF KIBALE NATIONAL-PARK, UGANDA

      Biotropica
    46. CHAPMAN LJ; CHAPMAN CA; OGUTUOHWAYO R; CHANDLER M; KAUFMAN L; KEITER AE
      REFUGIA FOR ENDANGERED FISHES FROM AN INTRODUCED PREDATOR IN LAKE-NABUGABO, UGANDA

      Conservation biology
    47. CHAPMAN CA; DUPLESSIS A; POBER BR
      NEUROLOGIC FINDINGS IN CHILDREN AND ADULTS WITH WILLIAMS-SYNDROME

      Journal of child neurology
    48. TREVES A; CHAPMAN CA
      CONSPECIFIC THREAT, PREDATION AVOIDANCE, AND RESOURCE DEFENSE - IMPLICATIONS FOR GROUPING IN LANGURS

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    49. CHAPMAN CA; CHAPMAN LJ
      FRUGIVORY AND THE FATE OF DISPERSED AND NON-DISPERSED SEEDS OF 6 AFRICAN TREE SPECIES

      Journal of tropical ecology
    50. CHAPMAN CA; CHAPMAN LJ
      MIXED-SPECIES PRIMATE GROUPS IN THE KIBALE FOREST - ECOLOGICAL CONSTRAINTS ON ASSOCIATION

      International journal of primatology
    51. CHAPMAN CA; WABER DP; BASSETT N; URION DK; KORF BR
      NEUROBEHAVIORAL PROFILES OF CHILDREN WITH NEUROFIBROMATOSIS-1 REFERRED FOR LEARNING-DISABILITIES ARE SEX-SPECIFIC

      American journal of medical genetics
    52. HAYKIN S; RACINE RJ; XU Y; CHAPMAN CA
      MONITORING NEURONAL OSCILLATIONS AND SIGNAL TRANSMISSION BETWEEN CORTICAL REGIONS USING TIME-FREQUENCY ANALYSIS OF ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC ACTIVITY

      Proceedings of the IEEE
    53. CRISMAN TL; CHAPMAN LJ; CHAPMAN CA
      CONSERVING TROPICAL WETLANDS THROUGH SUSTAINABLE USE

      Geotimes
    54. CHAPMAN LJ; CHAPMAN CA; CHANDLER M
      WETLAND ECOTONES AS REFUGIA FOR ENDANGERED FISHES

      Biological Conservation
    55. CHAPMAN CA; CHAPMAN LJ
      EXOTIC TREE PLANTATIONS AND THE REGENERATION OF NATURAL FORESTS IN KIBALE NATIONAL-PARK, UGANDA

      Biological Conservation
    56. CHAPMAN LJ; KAUFMAN LS; CHAPMAN CA; MCKENZIE FE
      HYPOXIA TOLERANCE IN 12 SPECIES OF EAST-AFRICAN CICHLIDS - POTENTIAL FOR LOW-OXYGEN REFUGIA IN LAKE-VICTORIA

      Conservation biology
    57. CHAPMAN CA; CHAPMAN LJ
      SURVIVAL WITHOUT DISPERSERS - SEEDLING RECRUITMENT UNDER PARENTS

      Conservation biology
    58. CHAPMAN CA; WABER DP; BERNSTEIN JH; POMEROY SL; LAVALLY B; SALLAN SE; TARBELL N
      NEUROBEHAVIORAL AND NEUROLOGIC OUTCOME IN LONG-TERM SURVIVORS OF POSTERIOR-FOSSA BRAIN-TUMORS - ROLE OF AGE AND PERIOPERATIVE FACTORS

      Journal of child neurology
    59. CHANDLER M; CHAPMAN LJ; CHAPMAN CA
      PATCHINESS IN THE ABUNDANCE OF METACERCARIAE PARASITIZING POECILIA-GILLII (POECILIIDAE) ISOLATED IN POOLS OF AN INTERMITTENT TROPICAL STREAM

      Environmental biology of fishes
    60. CHAPMAN CA; WRANGHAM RW; CHAPMAN LJ
      ECOLOGICAL CONSTRAINTS ON GROUP-SIZE - AN ANALYSIS OF SPIDER MONKEY AND CHIMPANZEE SUBGROUPS

      Behavioral ecology and sociobiology
    61. RASHID K; VANDERZEE CEEM; ROSS GM; CHAPMAN CA; STANISZ J; RIOPELLE RJ; RACINE RJ; FAHNESTOCK M
      A NERVE GROWTH-FACTOR PEPTIDE RETARDS SEIZURE DEVELOPMENT AND INHIBITS NEURONAL SPROUTING IN A RAT MODEL OF EPILEPSY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    62. RACINE RJ; CHAPMAN CA; TESKEY GC; MILGRA NW
      POST-ACTIVATION POTENTIATION IN THE NEOCORTEX .3. KINDLING-INDUCED POTENTIATION IN THE CHRONIC PREPARATION

      Brain research
    63. RACINE RJ; CHAPMAN CA; TREPEL C; TESKEY GC; MILGRAM NW
      POST-ACTIVATION POTENTIATION IN THE NEOCORTEX .4. MULTIPLE SESSIONS REQUIRED FOR INDUCTION OF LONG-TERM POTENTIATION IN THE CHRONIC PREPARATION

      Brain research
    64. GEBO DL; CHAPMAN CA
      POSITIONAL BEHAVIOR IN 5 SYMPATRIC OLD-WORLD MONKEYS

      American journal of physical anthropology
    65. GEBO DL; CHAPMAN CA
      HABITAT, ANNUAL, AND SEASONAL EFFECTS ON POSITIONAL BEHAVIOR IN RED COLOBUS MONKEYS

      American journal of physical anthropology
    66. CHAPMAN CA; YEOMANS JS
      MOTOR CORTEX AND PYRAMIDAL TRACT AXONS RESPONSIBLE FOR ELECTRICALLY-EVOKED FORELIMB FLEXION - REFRACTORY PERIODS AND CONDUCTION VELOCITIES

      Neuroscience
    67. OLUPOT W; CHAPMAN CA; BROWN CH; WASER PM
      MANGABEY (CERCOCEBUS-ALBIGENA) POPULATION-DENSITY, GROUP-SIZE, AND RANGING - A 20-YEAR COMPARISON

      American journal of primatology
    68. WRANGHAM RW; CHAPMAN CA; CHAPMAN LJ
      SEED DISPERSAL BY FOREST CHIMPANZEES IN UGANDA

      Journal of tropical ecology
    69. CHAPMAN LJ; KAUFMAN L; CHAPMAN CA
      WHY SWIM UPSIDE-DOWN - A COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF 2 MOCHOKID CATFISHES

      Copeia
    70. CHAPMAN LJ; CHAPMAN CA
      OBSERVATIONS ON SYNCHRONOUS AIR-BREATHING IN CLARIAS-LIOCEPHALUS

      Copeia
    71. GEBO DL; CHAPMAN CA; CHAPMAN LJ; LAMBERT J
      LOCOMOTOR RESPONSE TO PREDATOR THREAT IN RED-COLOBUS MONKEYS

      Primates
    72. WHITE FJ; CHAPMAN CA
      CONTRASTING CHIMPANZEES AND BONOBOS - NEAREST-NEIGHBOR DISTANCES AND CHOICES

      Folia primatologica
    73. CHAPMAN CA; WRANGHAM R; CHAPMAN LJ
      INDEXES OF HABITAT-WIDE FRUIT ABUNDANCE IN TROPICAL FORESTS

      Biotropica
    74. CHAPMAN CA; WRANGHAM RW
      RANGE USE OF THE FOREST CHIMPANZEES OF KIBALE - IMPLICATIONS FOR THE UNDERSTANDING OF CHIMPANZEE SOCIAL-ORGANIZATION

      American journal of primatology
    75. WEISENSEEL K; CHAPMAN CA; CHAPMAN LJ
      NOCTURNAL PRIMATES OF KIBALE-FOREST - EFFECTS OF SELECTIVE LOGGING ONPROSIMIAN DENSITIES

      Primates
    76. FISCHER KE; CHAPMAN CA
      FRUGIVORES AND FRUIT SYNDROMES - DIFFERENCES IN PATTERNS AT THE GENUSAND SPECIES LEVEL

      Oikos
    77. CHAPMAN CA; WHITE FJ; WRANGHAM RW
      DEFINING SUBGROUP SIRE IN FISSION-FUSION SOCIETIES

      Folia primatologica
    78. YEOMANS JS; HEMPEL CME; CHAPMAN CA
      AXONS AND SYNAPSES MEDIATING STARTLE-LIKE RESPONSES EVOKED BY ELECTRICAL-STIMULATION OF THE RETICULAR-FORMATION IN RATS - SYMMETRICAL AND ASYMMETRIC COLLISION EFFECTS

      Brain research
    79. HEMPEL CME; ZHOU SS; CHAPMAN CA; YEOMANS JS
      CROSSED RETICULAR-FORMATION CONNECTIONS THAT MEDIATE THE STARTLE REFLEX IN RATS

      Brain research


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