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  1. Zucker, E.L.; Clarke, M.R.; O’Neil, J.A.S., Harrison, R.M.. ". Fecal testosterone values for free-ranging male mantled howling monkeys."  16th Congress of the International Primatological Society and the 19th Converence of the American Society of Primatologists, Madison WIAugust 11-16, 1996
  2. Clarke, M.R., Glander, K.E.. ". Female immigration patterns in mantled howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) at La Pacifica, GTE, Costa Rica."  Ed. Supplement, 34:54 2002
  3. Clarke MR. "A comparison of male and female infant howling monkeys in a free-ranging group in Costa Rica."  1984: 401.
  4. Clarke, M.R., Tremblay, A.M., and Arden, D.H.. "A comparison of methods to observe juvenile and group behavior in mantled howling monkeys." LABORATORY PRIMATE NEWSLETTER 39.4 (2000): 6-8.
  5. Clarke, M.R., Crockett, C.M., Zucker, E.L., Zaldivar, M.. "A comparison of methods to survey free-ranging monkeys in the Costa Rican dry forest." LABORATORY PRIMATE NEWSLETTER 40.4 (2001): 4-6.
  6. Clarke, M. R., Crockett, C.M., Zucker, E.L.. "A comparison of methods used to census mantled howlers in the Costa Rican dry forest."  1999: 43-44.
  7. Clarke MR, Daigle R, Snyder J.. "A comparison of social interactions with kin, subgroup members and other members in two social groups of rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta)."  Southwestern Psychology Association Meeting, San Antonio, TXApril 12-15, 1995
  8. Clarke MR & Cogswell FB.. "A comparison of two protocols to monitor parasitism in socially housed rhesus monkeys." CONTEMPORARY TOPICS IN LABORATORY ANIMAL SCIENCE 34.5 (1995): 82-83.
  9. Phillippi-Falkenstein K, Clarke MR and Cogswell FB. "A comparison of two protocols to monitor parasitism in socially housed rhesus monkeys."  1992: 51.
  10. Stuart MD, Greenspan LL, Glander KE, Clarke MR. "A coprological survey of parasites of wild mantled howling monkeys, Alouatta palliata." JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE DISEASES 26.4 (1990): 547-549.
  11. Clarke MR and Zucker EL. "A new survey of the howling monkey population of La Pacifica."  1992: 23.
  12. Clarke M, Carr D & Porter J.. "A preliminary study on behavioral and immunological correlates of social instability in juvenile rhesus monkeys."  Meeting of the Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society, Key Biscayne, FLNovember 13-20, 1994
  13. Phillippi-Falkenstein, K. and Clarke, M.R.. "A procedure for training corral-living rhesus monkeys for fecal and blood sample collection." LABORATORY ANIMAL SCIENCE 42.1 (1992): 83-85.
  14. Seltzer, R.G., York, H.P., Clarke, M.R.. "A survery of vervet monkey (Chlorocebus [Cercopithecus] aethiops sabaeus) populations at five sites in Nevis, West Indies."  Suppl 1:69-702002
  15. Clarke, M.R., Zucker E.L., Phillippi-Falkenstein, K.. "Activity and proximity patterns of free-ranging male and female juvenile howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata)."  Supplement 241997: 93.
  16. Clarke, M. R.; Zucker, E.L.; Phillippi Falkenstein, K.. "Activity and proximity patterns of juvenile howling monkeys with and without mothers in free-ranging social groups."  16th Congress of the International Primatological Society and the 19th Converence of the American Society of Primatologists, Madison WIAugust 11-16, 1996
  17. Clarke, M.R., Arden, D.H., Epstein, D.S., Gilbert, M.H.. "Activity patterns of adult male howling monkeys: Comparison by age, habitat and group composition."  Supplement 1:282001
  18. Clarke, M.R., Collins, D.A., Zucker, E.L.. "Adaptations to deforestation in a free-ranging group of mantled howlers (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica." INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 23.2 (2002): 365-381.
  19. Clarke MR, and Glander KE. "Adoption of infant howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata)." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 1.4 (1981): 469-472.
  20. Phillippi-Falkenstein K, Clarke MR, and Zucker EL.. "Adult Chinese male rhesus monkeys social interactions: a comparison of two social introduction protocols."  Southwestern Psychological Association, Austin, TXApril 15-18, 1992
  21. Clarke, M. R. and Glander, K.E.. "Adult migration patterns in the mantled howlers of La Pacifica."  2004
  22. Clarke M.R and Mayeaux D.J.. "Aggressive and affiliative behavior in green monkeys with differing housing complexity." AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR 18 (1992): 231-239.
  23. Zucker, E. L., Clarke, M.R.. "Agonistic and affiliative relationships among adult female howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica over a four-year period." INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 19 (1998): 433-450.
  24. Clarke MR, Blanchard JL.. "All-male social group formation: Does cutting canine teeth promote social integration?." LABORATORY PRIMATE NEWSLETTER 33.2 (1994): 5-8.
  25. Clarke MR. "Aspects of male behavior in the mantled howler (Alouatta palliata Gray) in Costa Rica."  1981: 209.
  26. Clarke MR. "Behavior of adult females towards group infants in free-ranging howlers."  1985: 336.
  27. Clarke, M.R. and Snyder, J.A.. "Behavior of foster infants vs. natural infants in socially-housed rhesus monkeys."  Southwestern Psychological Assocation Meeting, Houston TXApril 4-6, 1996
  28. Clarke, M.R., Anderson, L.S., Porter, J. and Martin, L.M.. "Behavior, hormones, and immune correlates of socially stable/unstable housing in juvenile rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta)."  SUPPLEMENT 302000: 125-126.
  29. Clarke, M.R., Harrison, RM, and Didier, EJ.. "Behavioral and immunological correlates of social reorganization."  . American Society of Primatoglogists, Veracruz, MexicoJune, 1991
  30. Clarke MR. "Behavioral development and socialization of infants in a free-ranging group of howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata)." FOLIA PRIMATOLOGICA 54 (1990): 1-15.
  31. Clarke MR. "Behavioral studies at the Tulane Regional Primate Research Center."  Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LAMarch 20-23, 1991
  32. Clarke M.R,; Harrison, R.M.; Didier, E.S.. "Behavioral, immunological and hormonal responses associated with social change in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta)." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 39 (1996): 223-233.
  33. Zucker, E.L., Clarke, M.R., Glander, K.E.. "Body weights before and after first pregnancies of immigrant adult female howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica." NEOTROPICAL PRIMATES 9.2 (2001): 57-60.
  34. Zucker, E.L., Clarke, M.R., Glander, K.E.. "Body weights of adult female Alouatta palliata in Costa Rica increase with age." NEOTROPICAL PRIMATES 9.3 (2001).
  35. "Breeding colonies of macaques: A 1988 update." LABORATORY PRIMATE NEWSLETTER 28.1 (1989): 8-14.
  36. Clarke MR. "Breeding colonies of macaques: Progress and recent developments."  1988: 415.
  37. Clarke MR, Martin LN, and Baskin GB. "Cage enrichment, behavior, and physiology in nursery-reared rhesus monkeys."  1988: 416.
  38. Clarke MR, Koritnik DR, Martin LN, Baskin, GB. "Cage enrichment, physiology and behavior in nursery-reared rhesus monkeys." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY Supplement 1 (1989): 53-57.
  39. Clarke, M.R., Collins, D.A., Zucker, E.L.. "Changes in daily activity pattern and rates of social interactions in a free-ranging group of mantled howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica following partial deforestation of their home range."  1998: 174-175.
  40. Clarke MR, Daigle RM.. "Comparing success of two social reorganization strategies: When theory and management coincide."  1994: 201-202.
  41. Clarke, M.R., Tremblay, A.M., and Arden, D.H.. "Comparison of observational methods for juvenile and group behavior in mantled howling monkeys."  Supplement 12000: 50-51.
  42. Harrison RM, Clarke MR, Waggoner, R.. "Determining sperm quality in rhesus monkeys: Timing is all." LAB ANIMAL 18.1 (1989): 30-31.
  43. Zucker E.L. and Clarke M.R.. "Developmental and comparative aspects of social play of mantled howling monkeys in Costa Rica." BEHAVIOUR 123.1-2 (1992): 144-171.
  44. Clarke MR, and Zucker EL. "Distribution of howling monkeys (Alouattapalliata) in a dry, deciduous tropical forest."  1985: 156.
  45. Harrison RM, Clarke MR, and Waggoner R. "Effect of sexual activity of response to electroejaculation in rhesus monkeys."  1987: 346-347.
  46. Mayeaux, D.J. and Clarke, MR. "Effects of changing habitat complexity on social group formation in green monkeys."  Southeastern Psychological Association, Houston TXApril, 1989
  47. Clarke MR. "Effects of habitat enrichment on sociospatial behavior in a group of talapoin monkeys."  In: Zoological Parks: Applications to Husbandry, Management, and Habitat Design. 32nd Annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Orlando, FlMarch 26-29, 1986
  48. Glasgow, M.E., Williams, L.E., Clarke, M.R.. "Environmental effects of female social behavior during pregnancy and infant development in captive Squirrel monkeys (Saimir bolivienses): Implications for management."  1999: 58.
  49. Zucker EL, Clarke MR & Harrison RM.. "Fecal estradiol values for group-living cycling, pregnant and lactating female howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica."  1995: 167.
  50. Clarke MR, Zucker EL and Harrison RM. "Fecal estradiol, sexual swelling, and sociosexual behavior of free-ranging female howling monkeys in Costa Rica."  1991: 93.
  51. Huynen, M.C., Clarke, M.R.. "Female age class and competition for mates in social groups of rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta)."  1999: 64-65.
  52. Huynen, M.C., Clarke, M.R.. "Female familiarity and relatedness in captive groups of rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta)."  1999: 65.
  53. Clarke MR, and Glander KE. "Female reproductive success in a group of free-ranging howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica." FEMALE PRIMATES: STUDIES BY WOMEN PRIMATOLOGISTS (1984): 111-126.
  54. Huynen, M.C.; Clarke,M.R.. "Female rhesus monkeys’ social interactions vary with proportion of males."  16th Congress of the International Primatological Society and the 19th Converence of the American Society of Primatologists, Madison WIAugust 11-16, 1996
  55. Teaford, M.F., Clarke,M.R., and Glander, K.E.. "From the mouths of monkeys come tales of their lives'." NATURAL HISTORY (2004).
  56. Baskin, G.B., Ratterree, M., Davison, B.B., Falkenstein, K.P., Clarke, MR., England, J.D., Banier, M.T., Luzi, P., Rafi, M.A., Wenger, D.A.. "Genetic galactocerebrosidase deficiency (Globoid Cell Leukodystrophy, Krabbe Disease) in rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta)." LABORATORY ANIMAL SCIENCE 48.5 (1998): 476-482.
  57. Zucker EL, Watson EA, Jr., and Clarke MR. "Group change and secondary sex ratios for corral-living rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta)."  1986: 443.
  58. Clarke, M.R.. "Group size resurgence in mantled howlers (Alouatta palliata)."  2004: 75-76.
  59. Clarke MR, Zucker EL and Glander KE. "Group takeover by a natal male howling monkey (Alouatta palliata) and associated disappearance and injuries of immatures." PRIMATES 35.S4 (1994): 435-442.
  60. Zucker, E.L., Clarke, M.R., Glander, K.E.. "Habitat mediates relationship between age and interbirth intervals in Costa Rican mantled howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata)."  Suppl 1:332002
  61. Stuart M, Bartlett L, Glander K, and Clarke M. "Helminth parasites of mantled howler monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica."  1988: 447.
  62. Zucker, E.L., Clarke, M.R.. "Immature-to-adult ratios over time in two groups of Costa Rican mantled howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) Annual variations and comparison with population parameters."  1999: 115-116.
  63. Clarke MR. "Infant-killing and infant disappearance following male takeover in a group of howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 5.3 (1983): 241-247.
  64. Clarke, M.R., Blanchard, J.L., Snyder, J.A.. "Infant-killing in pigtailed macaques: A colony management concern." LABORATORY PRIMATE NEWSLETTER 34.4 (1995): 1-3.
  65. Clarke, M.R., Glander, K.E., Zucker, E.L.. "Infant-nonmother interactions in mantled howling monkeys." INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 19 (1998): 451-472.
  66. Clarke MR. "Interactions of adult male howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) with immatures in a free-ranging social group."  1986: 188.
  67. Clarke MR. "Interactions of bonnet monkey infants with nonmothers."  1979: 428.
  68. Zucker EL, Mayeaux DJ, Phillippi KM and Clarke MR. "Interactions of male Chinese rhesus monkeys while in an all-male group and in breeding groups."  1990: 248.
  69. Ghoneim, G.M.; Shaaban, A.M.; Clarke, M.R.. "Irritable bladder syndrome in an animal model: A continuous monitoring study." NEUROUROLOGY AND URODYNAMICS 14 (1995): 657-665.
  70. Zucker, E.L., Clarke, M.R., Glander, K.E.. "Latencies to first births for immigrating adult female howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica."  1997: 158.
  71. Zucker, E.L., Clarke, M.R., Glander, K.E.. "Life histories of adult female howling monkeys in Costa Rica: Age, weight and status."  Supplement 251998: 239.
  72. Zucker, E.L., Clarke, M.R., Glander, KE, and Scott, N.J., Jr.. "Locations of mantled howling monkey groups at La Pacific, Costa Rica, 1972-1991."  Animal Behavior Meetings, Kingston, OntarioJune, 1992
  73. Zucker, E.L., Clarke, M.R.. "Longitudinal assessment of immature-to-adult ratios in two groups of Costa Rican mantled howlers (Alouatta palliata)." INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 24.1 (2003): 87-101.
  74. Epstein, D.S., Clarke, M.R.. "Male-female partner preferences in mantled howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) on Hda La Pacifica, Guanacaste Province, Costa Rica."  The Animal Behavior Society, Corvallis ORJuly 14-18, 2001
  75. Zucker EL, and Clarke MR. "Male-male interactions in a group of free-ranging howling monkeys."  1986: 443.
  76. Clarke, M.R. , Glander, K.E.. "Males really do follow females after all: Thirty years data on male migration in howling monkeys at La Pacifica, Guanacaste Province, Costa Rica."  The Animal Behavior Society, Boise IdahoJuly 19-24, 2003
  77. Clarke MR. "Managing monkeys from an evolutionary perspective."  The Animal Behavior Society, Bloomington INJuly 13-17, 2002
  78. Clarke, M.R., Crockett, C.M., Zucker, E.L., Zaldivar, M.. "Mantled howler population of Hacienda La Pacifica, Costa Rica from 1991 to 1998: Effects of deforestation." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 56 (2002): 155-163.
  79. Clarke , M. R.; Snyder, J.A.. "Morphological comparison of Indian-origin and Chinese-origin rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta)."  Supplement 221996: 86.
  80. Clarke, M.R., O’Neil, J.A.S.. "Morphometric comparison of Chinese-origin and Indian-derived rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta)." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 47.4 (1999): 335-246.
  81. Stuart, M., Pendergast, V., Rumfelt, S., Pierberg, S. Greenspan, L. , Glander, K. and Clarke, M.R.. "Parasites of wild howlers (Alouatta spp.)." INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 19 (1998): 493-512.
  82. Clarke MR, and Baskin GB. "Patterns of infant mortality in a rhesus (Macaca mulatta) breeding colony."  1987: 336-337.
  83. Zucker EL, and Clarke MR. "Patterns of male-female spatial relationships in a multi-male group of howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica."  1987: 379-380.
  84. Clarke, M.R., Zucker, E.L., Crockett, C.M. , Zaldivar, M.. "Population parameters of the howling monkeys of La Pacifica."  Supplement 271999: 108-109.
  85. Clarke MR, Zucker EL, and Scott NJ, Jr.. "Population trends of the mantled howler groups at La Pacifica, Guanacaste, Costa Rica." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 11 (1986): 79-88.
  86. Nisbett R.A., Rodriguez L.L., Clarke M.R., Glander K.E., Teaford M.F., Jimenez Sanchez C.. "Preliminary report on the epidemiology of vesicular stomatitis virus in a free-ranging population of Costa Rican howling monkeys."  2002: 272-273.
  87. Clarke, M.R., Teaford, M.F.. "Preliminary study on hormone measurement in dried feces of free-ranging howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica."  Suppl 1:672002
  88. Clarke, M.R. and Glander, K.E.. "Presence of mother and juvenile dispersal in free-ranging howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in the tropical dry forest of Costa Rica."  Supplement 32:502001
  89. Kaplan JR, Manuck SB, Clarke MR, and Bumsted PT. "Psychophysiology of spontaneous social behavior among cynomolgus macaques."  1983: 347.
  90. Clarke MR, Harrison RM, Martin LN. "Rearing history and survival time in SIV-infected juvenile rhesus monkeys."  Nonhuman Primate Models for AIDS, San Juan, PRNovember 1992
  91. Armstrong E, Clarke MR, and Hill EM. "Relative size of the anterior thalamic nuclei differentiates anthropoids by social organization." BRAIN, BEHAVIOR & EVOLUTION 30 (1987): 263-271.
  92. Clarke, M.R., Harrison, R.M., O’Neil, J.A.S., Zucker, E.L.. "Reproductive hormones and migration patterns in free-ranging juvenile howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica."  1997: 100-101.
  93. Clarke MR, and Watson EA, Jr.. "Reproductive success of feral vs. colony born rhesus females: Implications for breeding programs."  1986: 443.
  94. Clarke MR. Review of Demonic Males. ed. R. Wrangham and D. Peterson. AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR 25.4 1999
  95. Clarke MR. Review of Origins of Intelligence.  JOURNAL OF HUMAN BIOLOGY 13.3 (2001): 425-426.
  96. Clarke MR. Review of Primate Conservation in the Tropical Rainforest. ed. C. Marsh and R. Mittermeier. AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 90.1 1988
  97. Glander KE, and Clarke MR. "Sex ratio and differential mortality in howling monkeys."  1981: 225.
  98. Zucker, E.L., Clarke, M.R., Glander, K.E. and Scott, N.J., Jr.. "Sizes of home ranges and groups of mantled howling monkeys at La Pacifica: 1972-1991." BRENESIA (1996): 45-46.
  99. Berg MA, and Clarke MR. "Social behavior in two groups of rhesus monkeys."  Southwestern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.April, 1987
  100. Clarke MR, and Zucker EL. "Social correlates of timing of sexual maturity in free-ranging howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata)."  1989: 140.
  101. Clarke MR, Kaplan JR, Bumsted PT, and Koritnik DK. "Social dominance and serum testosterone concentration in dyads of Macaca fascicularis." JOURNAL OF MEDICAL PRIMATOLOGY 15 (1986): 419-432.
  102. Clarke MR, Bertsch J, Phillippi-Falkenstein K, and Carr DJJ. "Social instability and immune function in female rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) following social reorganization."  Research Perspectives in Psychoneuroimmunology IV., Boulder, COApril 21-24, 1993
  103. Clarke MR, Bertsch J, Phillippi-Falkenstein K and Carr DJJ. "Social instability and natural killer cell function in female rhesus monkeys."  1993: 304.
  104. Lewis, R.J.; Huynen , M.C.; Clarke, M.R.. "Social interactions and activity patterns of adult female pigtailed monkeys and rhesus monkeys."  16th Congress of the International Primatological Society and the 19th Converence of the American Society of Primatologists, Madison WIAugust 11-16, 1996
  105. Arden, D.H., Clarke, M.R.. "Social interactions between adult males and juvenile howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica."  The Animal Behavior Society, Corvallis ORJuly 14-18, 2001
  106. Clarke MR, and Neville MK. "Social interactions of female juvenile bonnet macaques."  1977: 124.
  107. Huynen, M.C.; Clarke, M.R.. "Social interactions of high and low ranking adult female rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) in one-male and multi-male social groups."  1995: 128.
  108. Huynen MC & Clarke MR. "Social interactions of high/low ranking adult female rhesus monkeys."  Ed. 31st Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Seattle, WA July 23-28, 1994
  109. Clarke MR. "Social interactions of howling monkey infants with group members: A cross-species review."  1987: 427.
  110. Clarke MR. "Social interactions of juvenile female bonnet monkeys (Macaca radiata)." PRIMATES 19.3 (1978): 517-524.
  111. Pielet, H. A., Clarke, M.R.. "Social interactions of pigtailed and rhesus monkeys."  Supplement 271999: 221-222.
  112. Huynen MC and Clarke MR.. "Social interactions of young adult males housed in an all-male group."  1993: 319-320.
  113. Huynen MC, Clarke, MR. "Social rank and interactions with males of adult female rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) in a single-male versus a multi-male group." (2004). (to book if accepted)
  114. Zucker EL and Clarke MR. "Social relationships of adult female howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica."  1993: 361-2.
  115. Clarke MR. "Socialization, infant mortality, and infant-nonmother interactions in howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica." DISSERTATION ABSTRACTS INTERNATIONAL A43(4):1217, (Order #DA-8220132) (1982).
  116. Clarke MR, Daigle RM, McGrew WC. "Stone-handling and cheekpouch filling in a colony of rhesus monkeys."  Supp 161993: 71.
  117. Phillippi, KM and Clarke, MR. "Survey of parasites of rhesus monkeys housed in small social groups." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 27 (1992): 293-302.
  118. Phillippi KM, Clarke MR, Blanchard JL. "Survey of pathogenic and nonpathogenic parasites of rhesus monkeys housed in small social groups."  1990: 221.
  119. Clarke MR and Zucker EL. "Survey of the howling monkey population of La Pacifica: A seven-year follow-up." INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRIMATOLOGY 15.1 (1994): 29-41.
  120. Clarke MR. "Teaching primate behavior in a field situation."  In: Beyond the Laboratory, Alternatives in Comparative Psychology. 31st Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, GAMarch 27-30, 1985
  121. Aertker, MW, Clarke, MR, and Ghoneim, GM. "The effect of environmental change on micturition and behavior of rhesus monkeys."  Society for Basic Urological Research, San Francisco CAMay 13-14, 1994
  122. Clarke MR. "The effects of environmental complexity: Three Studies."  Southwestern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LAApril 11-13, 1991
  123. Lewis, R.J., Huynen, M.C., Clarke, M.R.. "The effects of varying social power on pigtailed monkey (Macaca nemestrina) and rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta) social dynamics."  1997: 128.
  124. Zucker EL & Clarke MR. "Time budgets and proximity patterns of juvenile howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica."  31st Annual Meeting of the Animal Behavior Society, Seattle, WAJuly 23-28, 1994
  125. Clarke MR and Harrison RM. "Timing of maturation in male rhesus monkeys: effects of social environment."  1990: 180.
  126. Clarke MR, Phillippi KM, Falkenstein JA, Moran EA, and Suomi SJ. "Training corral-living rhesus monkeys for fecal and blood sample collection."  1990: 181.
  127. Zucker EL, Clarke MR and Schilling PW. "Use of natural and provided shade by free-ranging rhesus monkeys."  1991: 143-144.
  128. Zucker E.L., Clarke M.R., Schilling P.W.. "Use of Natural and Provided Shade by Free-ranging Rhesus Monkeys on Raccoon Key, Florida: Management Considerations." CONTEMPORARY TOPICS IN LABORATORY ANIMAL SCIENCE 32.3 (1993): 6-8.
  129. Clarke MR, Nicks EC, Grady AR, and Kaplan JR. "Use of space by juvenile green monkeys and patas monkeys. In: Comparative behavior of African monkeys: Are primate models applicable?."  1982: 153.
  130. Clarke MR, Kaplan JR, Nicks EC, and Grady AR. "Use of space by young African greens (Cercopithecus aethiops spp.) and patas (Erythrocebus patas) monkeys in captivity." COMPARATIVE BEHAVIOR OF AFRICAN MONKEYS (1987): 81-97.
  131. Zucker EL, Clarke MR, Putnam PM, Harrison RM. "Validity of measures assessing reproductive status of female howling monkeys (Alouatta palliata) in Costa Rica."  1994: 255.
  132. Clarke MR, and Glander KE. "Variability in reproductive success of female mantled howlers over an 11-year period."  1983: 440.
  133. Clarke MR. "Various Presentations Given."  1977-2004 Also at 1977, 1979, 1981, 1985, 1986, 1987. 1993. 1996 through 2004 Annual meetings of American Association Physical Anthropologists; 1982, 1988, and 1996 meeting of the International Society of Primatology; 1983-2002, and 2004 meetings of the American Society of Primatologists.
  134. Zucker E.L. and Clarke M.R.. "Visitors’ movement patterns at conference poster sessions." 76 (1993): 212-214.
  135. Ratterree MS, Didier PJ, Blanchard JL, Clarke MR, Schaeffer D. "Vitamin C deficiency in captive nonhuman primates fed commercial primate diet." LAB ANIMAL SCIENCE 40.2 (1990): 165-168.

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