Interspecific contrasts in responses of macaques to transport cage training.

@article{Clarke1988InterspecificCI,
  title={Interspecific contrasts in responses of macaques to transport cage training.},
  author={Andrew S. Clarke and W. Anthony Mason and Gary P. Moberg},
  journal={Laboratory animal science},
  year={1988},
  volume={38 3},
  pages={305-9}
}
Corticosteroid values in response to brief confinement in a transport cage were compared between rhesus, bonnet, and crabeating macaques before and after they were trained to enter the cage. Behavioral data were collected to assess performance during training. Species differences were found both in training measures and in corticosteroid response to confinement in the transport cage after training. Bonnets took longer to train than rhesus or crabeaters. Rhesus showed the smallest adrenocortical… CONTINUE READING

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