DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES SUMMARY
FOR JULY 1, 1998 TO JUNE 30, 1999

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

Watson SL, Shively CA, Kaplan JR, Line SW. Effects of chronic social separation on cardiovascular disease risk factors in female cynomolgus monkeys. Atherosclerosis 1998;137(2):259-266.

Kaplan JR, Manuck SB. Monkeys, aggression, and the pathobiology of antherosclerosis. Aggressive Behavior 1998;24:323-334.

Stavisky RC, Register TC, Watson SL, Weaver DS, Kaplan JR. Behavioral responses to ovariectomy and chronic anabolic steroid treatment in female cynomolgus macaques. Physiology & Behavior 1999;66:95-100.

Rozanski A, Blumenthal JA, Kaplan JR. Impact of psychological factors on the pathogenesis of cardiovascular disease and implications for therapy. Circulation 1999:99;2192-2217.

Kaplan JR, Phillips-Conroy J, Fontenot MB, Jolly CJ, Fairbanks LA, Mann JJ. Cerebrospinal fluid monoaminergic metabolites differ in wild anubis and hybrid (anubis-hamadryas) baboons: possible relationships to life history and behavior.Nuropsychopharmacology 1999;20:517-524.

Kaplan JR, Witte SM, Rogers J. Observations in cynomolgus macaques (Macaca fascicularis) relating to heterozygosity and complexity in three human microsatellites previously screened in baboons. Am J Primatol 1998;45(2):189.

Stavisky RC, Kaplan JR. Social Status and "baseline" serum cortisol concentrations in small, recently formed groups of female cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis). Am J Primatol 1998;45(2):210.

Zucker EL, Gerald MS, Kaplan JR. Frequencies and contexts of gape yawn displays of free-ranging patas monkeys (Erythrocebus patas). Am J Primatol 1998;45(2):215.

Weaver, David S.

(with Obasanjo IO, Cline JM, and Schmotzer S.) Nandrolone Decanoate Causes Pathologic Changes in the Uterus of Surgically Postmenopausal Female Cynomolgus Macaques. Menopause 5 (3): 163- 168. 1998.

(with Weigl PD, Sherman LJ, Williams, AI, and Steele MA)Geographic Variation in the Fox Squirrel (Sciurus Niger): A Consideration of Size Clines, Habitat Vegetation, Food Habits and Historical Biogeography. M.A. Steele, J.F. Merritt, And D.A. Zegers (eds.) 6:320, pp 171-284. 1998.

(with Hutchinson DL) Two Cases of Facial Involvement in Probable Treponemal Infection from Late Prehistoric Coastal North Carolina." International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 8:444-453. 1998.

Osteoporosis in Bioarcheaeology of Women. In: Sex and Gender

in Paleopathological Perspective. Cambridge Univ. Press. 3:27-44. 1998.

(with Stavisky C,Register TC, Watson SL,and Kaplan JR)

Behavioral Responses to Ovariectomy and Chronic Anabolic Steroid Treatment in Female Cynomolgus Macaques. Physiology & Behavior. Vol. 66 (1):95-100. 1999.

II. Papers and Presentations

Berman, Mary Jane

(with Perry L. Gnivecki and Grace Turner) "Wooden Artifacts from the Deadmanís Site, Grand Bahamas. Paper presented at the society for American Archaeology annual meetings, 1999.

Kaplan JR. Of rats and monkeys, the cognitive effects of soy phytoestrogens. Estrogens, Phytoestrogens and Cognitive Function. Soy Board Workshop, November 1-2, 1998, Seattle, WA.

Kaplan JR. Temperamental baboons: whoís shy and why. Anthropological and Primate Genetics Workshop, November 19-21, 1998, San Antonio, TX.

Kaplan JR. Stress, sex and atherosclerosis. NIH Symposium on the Biology of Stress, February 4, 1999, Bethesda, MD.

Kaplan JR, Phillips-Conroy JE, Jolly CJ, Fontenot MB, Mann JJ. Cerebrospinal fluid monoaminergic metabolites differ in wild anubis, hamadryas, and hybrid baboons, possibly reflecting variation in life history. American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Annual Meeting, April 28-May 2, 1999, Columbus Ohio.

Kaplan JR, and Manuck SB, The pathogenecity of social status and its neuroendocrine mediation. New York Academy of Sciences Symposium on Socioeconomic Status and Health in Industrialized Nations, NIH Natcher Center, May 10-12, 1999, Besthesda, MD.

Tefft, Stanton K.

"Seeing Ethnicity Through Different Cultural Lenses" at International Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences meeting in Williamsburg, VA. July 28-August 2, 1998

Weaver, David S.

The Identification, Segmentation and Removal of an Encrustation Matix from a CT-scan of a Middle Pleistocene Fossil Skull From Steinheim, Germany. Poster presented at the International Association for the Study of Human Palaeontology. Sun City, South Africa. June 28-July 4, 1998

(with M.K. Sandford) A brief History of the Study of Bone in Bioarchaeology. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. December 3, 1998. Philadelphia.

(with M.K. Sandford and G. Bogdan) Paleopathology: Future Directions and Challenges. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. December 3, 1998. Philadelphia.

(with G.H. Perry, R. Macchiarelli and L. Bondioli) Survival of an Amputation in 2nd Century Rome. Paper presented at the Paleopathology Association Twenty- Sixth Annual Meeting. April 28, 1999. Columbus, OH.

Woodall J.Ned

"Classification of Lithics in North Carolina." Uwharrie Lithics

Conference, Asheboro, NC. February 25, 1999.



III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies


Berman, Mary Jane

Bahamas National Trust (60 hours)

Bahamas Department of Archives-San Salvador,Bahamas Preservation

Committee (40 hours)

Yancy County Library - Casas Grandes and Mimbres Collection


Tefft, Stanton K.

Montagnard-Dega Association, Greensboro, NC, 5 hours per week,unpaid.


Weaver, David S.

North Carolina Office of State Archaeology, Consultant in Human Osteology (As needed/No fee)



IV. External Grants Received


Berman, Mary Jane

$6,155.00 Conservation and Study of Wooden Objects from the

Deadmanís Site, Grand Bahamas

National Geographic Society


Weaver, Davis S.

$26,000.00 Analysis of the Human Skeletal Remains from 31WL37

NC Department of Transportation (through TRC

Garrow Associates, Chapel Hill, NC)

Woodall, J. Ned

$1,500 Archaeological Survey and Testing, Flora MacDonald

Homestead Project, Montgomery County, NC

U.S. Forest Service

$7,500 Archaeological Inverstigation, Old Salem Historic

District, Lot 88

Old Salem, Inc

$8,053.52 Archaeological Survey and Testing, Bridge No. 17

(TIP B-3045), Stokes County, NC

North Carolina Department of Transportation

$58,728.30 Arhcaeological Survey and Tsting, Preferred

Alignment, US 311 (R-2606), Randolph County, NC

North Carolina Department of Transportation

$59,817.20 Arhcaeological Survey and Testing, Six Additional

Bridge Projects, Surry, Watauga, Haywood,

Henderson, Gaston Wilkes Counties, NC

North Carolina Department of Transportation

$107,545.08 Archaeological Survey and Testing, Preferred

Alignment, Maxton Bypass (TIP No. R-513),

Robeson County, NC

$318,461.20 Archaeological Testing and Data Recovery

Excavations, Fayetteville Outer Loop (TIP No. X-2)

Cumberland County, NC