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Jenice Lan - Freelance Digital Art & Children's Book Illustration
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Education Art Center College of design, Pasadena, California 05.07 - 12.11 BFA, Illustration, with concentration in Entertainment Arts Experience Super Nature Inc., El Monte, California 08.09 - 11.09 Freelance Website Designer Designed a website with Dreamweaver for client iJDMToy, San Gabriel, California 02.09 - 04.09 Freelance Website Builder Built a website with FrontPage for Client Magicbean, Pasadena, California 07.08 - 09.08 Freelance Character designer Designed characters with Adobe Illustrator for client Skills Digital: Photoshop / Illustrator / Painter Traditional: Oil / Pastel / Gouache/ Acrylic Familiar with Maya/ Dreamweaver/ Flash References Available upon request
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Lisa Oliver - Freelance Book Writing & Ghostwriting
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Ghostwriter for more than ten years I love the fact that I can write for clients all over the world. Author of over 60 ebooks on a huge variety of topics, I also include academic writing, business writing and article writing as just some of my skills. Another skill that appeals to my clients is my artistic talent. While I have only been studying art for the past three years I have found a latent ability to convey my clients' needs in graphic designs, logos, photography and other illustrative mediums. When you combine my ability to create 100% original graphics with my writing skills then you have a winning combination.
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Denise Madre - Freelance Editing & Proofreading
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A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Temple University (B.A. English), I have been editing/proofreading writing projects for 15+ years--essays, cover letters, fiction, and other professional correspondence. I preserve the speaker's voice and intent while upholding traditional standards of grammar and mechanics, yielding excellent, efficient results.
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David Evolver - Freelance Creative Writing & Ghostwriting
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I was born in New York city New York BUT RAISED IN Ga. I LOVE WRITING POETRY, LYRICS, ANYTHING PRETTY MUCH ABOUT LIFE ETC. I DO NOT ONLY WRITE I BECOME ONE WITH WHATEVER IT IS I AM WRITING. IT FEELLS AS IF IM GOING ON A JOURNEY I REALLY HAVE NOT DONE LYRICS OVER LINE OR EXPOSED TO SUCH ATTN BUT I HAVE ENTERED A COUPLE OF POETRY CONTESTS ONLINE AND GOT BACK A LOT OF GOOD FEEDBACK THIS DRIVES ME TO WANT TO DO MORE. THIS IS A GREAT OPPERTUNITY FOR ME TO EXPRESS MY SELF THROUGH AND SHOW THE WORLD THAT I AM A DOOR THAT HAS TO BE, AND WAITING TO BE OPENED. I FEEL I BELONG AMONGST UNIQUE AND TALENTED ONES. (WRITING IS THE SEED THAT EVOLVES INTO MANY AMAZING WONDERS)
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Dr. Sarah Boysen - Freelance Editing & Proofreading
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Curriculum Vitae SARAH TILL BOYSEN Contact information E-mail: stboysen@sbcglobal.net Education: l967 - 1969 Lake Erie College for Women, Painesville, Ohio Major: Biological Sciences Honors: President's Citation for Scholarly Distinction, l969 1971 - 1974 The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio Major: Primate Ethology - B.S. l974 - 1976 University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma Department of Psychology Major: Developmental/Comparative Psychology, M.S. l980 -1983 Laboratory of Comparative & Physiological Psychology, O.S.U. Major: Comparative/Physiological Psychology Ph.D. Awarded, March l984 Professional Positions: 1997- present Professor, Department of Psychology 1994 - 1997 Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 1991 - 1993 Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 1985 - 1990 Adjunct Assistant Professor; Department of Psychology, The Ohio State University, Psychobiology Area . l983 - present PI, Comparative Cognition Project, Dept. of Psych., The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. l983 - 1995 Affiliate Scientist, Yerkes Reg. Primate Research. Ctr. Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. Membership in Professional Societies: American Society of Primatologists Comparative Cognition Society International Primatological Society Midwestern Psychological Association Psychonomic Society AAAS Sigma Xi Associate Editor: Animal Cognition. Consulting Editor: Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1987-2002; Animal Learning and Behavior. Reviewer: American Journal of Primatology; Animal Behavior; Animal Cognition; Animal Learning and Behavior; Behavioural Processes; Brain & Behavioral Sciences; Cognition; Current Zoology; International Journal of Primatology; International Journal of Zoology; Journal of Applied Animal Welfare; Journal of Comparative Psychology; Nature; PLoS One; Primates; Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences; Psychological Bulletin; Psychological Science; Science, Proceedings of the Royal Society; NSF; NICHD. Book Reviews: Animal Behaviour; Contemporary Psychology; American Journal of Primatology; Quarterly Rev. Biol.; Inter. J. Primatology; Science.. Research Interests: 1) Primate conceptual capabilities and social cognition; general animal cognition, with specific interests in the emergence of representational skills, including numerical competence and symbol manipulation in lesser and great apes; 2) Neuroanatomical correlates of *** differences in the great apes, with special interest in the perceptual and conceptual contributions to spatial learning and skills acquisition; 3) Emergence of joint attention and cooperation in chimpanzee and human infants. 4) Understanding of causal relationships supporting complex cognitive processing. problem-solving, and tool use in chimpanzees, gorillas, bonobos, orangutans, and gibbons; 5 Underpinnings of natural chimpanzee vocalizations, including spectrographic and contextual analyses of ape vocal systems; 6 Object use, play, vocal and gestural expression, and nest-building by chimpanzees under quasi-naturalistic environmental conditions; Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage, Zambia, Africa. 7 Foraging strategies, nest-building, and ecology of wild orangutans in the Kutai National Forest, East Kalimantan, Borneo, Indonesia. Presentations: Boysen, S.T. Nest-building in captive chimpanzees. Paper presented at the meetings of the Central States Anthropological Association, Cincinnati, Ohio, l977. Savage-Rumbaugh, E.S., Rumbaugh, D..M. & Boysen, S. Symbolic communication between two chimpanzees. Paper presented at the meetings of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Toronto, Canada, April, l978 (read by Boysen). Boysen, S.T. & Savage-Rumbaugh, E.S. Form vs. function in chimpanzee communication. Paper presented at the meetings of the Midwest Animal Behavior Society, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, l978. Boysen, S.T. Man, Pan, tools, and rules. Paper presented at the meetings of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, San Francisco, California, April, l979. Boysen, S.T. And what shall a thing be called? Paper presented at the meetings of the American Society of Primatologists, Atlanta, Georgia, Sept., l979. Boysen, S.T. & Berntson, G.G. Cardiac correlates of recognition in the chimpanzee. Poster presentation at the meetings of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Austin, Texas, April, l985. Boysen, S.T. & Berntson, G.G. Clever Kermit: Counting capabilities in a chimpanzee. Paper presented at the meetings of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois, May, l986. Boysen, S.T. & Berntson, G.G. Pongid pedagogy. Workshop presentation, The Evolution of Cognition, prior to the meetings of the International Primatological Society, July, l986, Gottingen, West Germany. Boysen, S.T. & Berntson, G.G. Psychophysiological correlates of attentional processes in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) and children. Symposium: Cognitive and neurological development from evolutionary and adaptive perspectives. Paper presented at the XIth Congress of the Inter. Primatological Soc., July, l986. Gottingen, W. Germany. Boysen, S.T. Cognitive correlates of cognition in human and chimpanzee infants. Paper presented at the meetings of the Central States Anthropological Association, Columbus, Ohio, April, l987. Boysen, S.T. Scrutinizing subitizing: Further studies of numerical skills in the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). Symposium presentation, Numerical skills in animals. (Chair: S.T. Boysen). Presented at the 59th meetings of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois, May, l987. Boysen, S.T. Conspecific recognition in the chimpanzee: Cardiac indices of significant others. Paper presented at the meetings of the American Society of Primatologists, Madison, Wisconsin, June, 1987.. Boysen, S.T. & Berntson, G.G. Attentional processes in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Poster presentation at the meetings of the American Society of Primatologists, Madison, Wisconsin, June, l987. Boysen, S.T. & Frisch, D. Extractive tool use in captive gorillas. Film presentation at the meetings of the American Society of Primatologists, Madison, Wisconsin, June, 1987. Boysen, S.T. Chimpanzee cognition: Counting and number reasoning. Distinguished Lecture: Behavioral Neurosciences Colloquium Series, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado, March 14, 1988. Boysen, S.T. One banana, two banana, three banana, four: Counting in a chimpanzee who knows less from more. Invited symposium presentation. Meetings of the Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Miami, Florida, April 1, l988. Boysen, S.T. Four is more: Evidence for an understanding of ordinality in a chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). Paper presented at Midwestern Psych. Assoc., Chicago, Illinois, April, l988. Boysen, S.T. Number reasoning in a chimpanzee: It's what's up front that counts. Invited symposium (Chair: S.T. Boysen), Primate Models of Human Cognition. Annual meetings of the American Psychological Association, Atlanta, Georgia, Aug., l988. Boysen, S.T. Numerical abilities across species: Frivolous or functional? Invited symposium presentation (Chair: J.Capaldi), Animal Cognition. Annual meetings of the American Psychological Association, Atlanta, Georgia, Aug., 1988. Boysen, S.T. Numbers as a representational system in the chimpanzee. Symposium presentation. (Co-Chair: H. Roitblat, L. Herman & P. Nachtigall). Animal Language. Sponsored by Office of Naval Research, Honolulu, Hawaii. April,1989. Boysen, S. Counting in the chimpanzee. Symposium presentation. (Chair: W.K. Honig). Cognitive Aspects of Complex Stimuli. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, June, 1989. Boysen, S.T. Keynote speaker. Women in Science Career Workshops. The Ohio State University, April, 1989. Boysen, S.T. Studies of numerical competence in chimpanzee. Invited address. National Pre-Veterinary Medical Association Symposium. Columbus, Ohio, April, 1989. Boysen, S.T. (1989). Application of colors as attributes by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Paper presented at the 30th meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Atlanta, Georgia, Nov., 1989. Nelson, K., Boysen, S.T. & Berntson, G.G. (1990). Cross-modal discrimination of conspecifics and humans in the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois, May, 1990. Boysen, S.T. Enrichment strategies for captive primates. Invited talk. District 5 meetings of the Amer. Assoc. for Lab. Animal Science (AALAS). May, 1990. Parker, S.T. & Boysen, S.T. (Co-Chair). Gorilla Cognition and Communication. Symposium organized for the annual meeting of the American Society of Primatologists, Davis, California, July, 1990. Boysen, S.T. (1990). Shadow recognition in the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). Invited symposium presentation (S.T. Boysen, Chair). New Perspectives on Animal Social Cognition. Annual meeting American Psych. Assoc., Boston, Mass., Aug., 1990. Boysen, S.T. & Raskin, L.S. (1990). Symbolically-facilitated discrimination of quantities by chimpanzees. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society, New Orleans, Nov., 1990. Boysen, S.T., Raskin, L.S. & Berntson, G.G. (1991). Comprehension of spoken English by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Primatologists, Veracruz, Mexico, June, 1991. Boysen, S.T. (1991). Shadow and self-recognition in the chimpanzee. Invited symposium presentation. S.T. Parker & C. Milgard, Co-organizers. Self-Recognition in Non-Human Primates and Humans. Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA, Aug., 1991. Boysen, S.T. (1991). Parts is parts: Use of fraction symbols by a chimpanzee. Poster presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Psych. Society, San Francisco, CA, Nov., 1991. Boysen, S.T. (1991). Renovation of a facility for chimpanzee cognitive research. Invited workshop presentation. Diagnon Corp., Rockville, Maryland. Nov., 1991. Boysen, S.T. (1991). Contributions from chimpanzee cognitive studies to conservation. Invited symposium presentation. Understanding Chimpanzees: Variability and Diversity. P. Heltne & L. Marquart, Co-organizers. The Chicago Academy of Sciences, Chicago, Illinois. Dec., 1991. Boysen, S.T. (1992). The emergence of number concepts in the chimpanzee. Invited colloquium. The National Zoo, Department of Mammals, Washington, DC. Feb., 1992. Boysen, S.T. (1992). Development of chimpanzee numerical competence. OSU/North Central Technical College Lecture Series, May, 1992. OSU Mansfield Campus, Mansfield, Ohio. Boysen, S.T. (1992). Processing of ordinality and transitivity in chimpanzees. Invited symposium presentation. Transitive Inference in Animals. Thomas Zentall, Chair. Annual meetings of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois, April, 1992. Boysen, S.T. (1992). Physiological indices of affect in chimpanzees: Constitutional vs. acquired responses. Symposium presentation. Comparative Approaches to the Study of Emotion. K.A. Bard & S.T. Boysen, Co-Chair. American Psychological Society, San Diego, CA, June, 1992. Boysen, S.T. (1992). Shadow and mirror recognition in chimpanzees. Symposium presentation. Comparative Developmental Approaches to the Study of Self-Recognition and Imitation. K.A. Bard, S.T. Boysen & S.T. Parker, Co-Chair. Meetings of the International Primatological Society, Strasbourg, France, Aug., 1992. Boysen, S.T. & Halliday, Y. M. (1992). Zoos as sites for studying primate behavioral capacities: Tool use in captive gorillas. Invited symposium presentation. Primate Studies in Zoos. S. Evans, Chair. Meetings of the International Primatological Society, Strasbourg, France, Aug., 1992. Boysen, S.T. (1993). Animal language goes to the dogs. Invited address. Annual meetings of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois. May, 1993. Boysen, S.T., Hannan, M., Shreyer, T.S., Cerbulis, I. & S. Dye. (1993). Renovation of a chimpanzee facility for cognitive & behavioral research. Poster presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society of Primatologists. Sturbridge, MA, Aug.,1993. Long, J., Boysen, S.T., Hannan, M. & Shreyer, T. (1993). Development of group formation in chimpanzees following facilities renovation. Poster presentation at the annual meetings of the American Society of Primatologists. Sturbridge, MA, Aug., 1993. Boysen, S.T. (1993). Stalking the wild representation: Complex discriminations in chimpanzees, dogs & pigs. Invited address. Division 3. Annual meetings of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada. Aug., 1993. Boysen, S.T. (1993). Counting and number-related abilities in chimpanzees. Symposium presentation for Pongid Cognition, A. Russon & K. Bard, Co-Chair. Meetings of the International Ethological Conference, Torremolinos, Spain. Sept.,1993. Boysen, S.T. (1993). Chimpanzee numerical competence. Invited colloquium presentation. Departments of Psychology and Biology, Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA. Nov., 1993. Boysen, S.T. (1993). Complex cognitive skills in chimpanzees: Contributions towards understanding the evolution of cognition. Invited symposium presentation. K. Gibson & S. Parker (Co-Chair). Annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association. Washington, DC., Nov., 1993. Boysen, S.T. Quantity judgments in chimpanzees. Symposium presentation. Annual meeting of the Southern Soc. Philosophy & Psychology. Atlanta, Georgia. April, 1994. Boysen, S.T. (1994). Higher order chimpanzee cognitive capacities: Achievements and constraints seen in counting. Invited symposium presentation. Hierarchical structures in great ape cognition. R.W. Byrne & A.E. Russon, (Co-Chair). XVth Congress of the International Primatological Society, Bali, Indonesia, Aug., 1994. Boysen, S.T. (1994). Counting and numerical skills in the chimpanzee. Invited workshop presentation. Kyoto University Primate Research Center, Inuyama City, Japan. Aug.,1994. Boysen, S.T. (1994). Numerical competence and cognitive capacities in the chimpanzee. colloquium presentation. Department of Psychology, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, Oct., 1994. Boysen, S.T. (1995). Quantity judgments by chimpanzees. Paper presented at the 2nd Comparative Cognition Conference, Melbourne, FL. March, 1995. Boysen, S.T. (1995). Perceptual vs. cognitive mechanisms in numerical judgments by chimpanzees. Invited talk. Annual meetings of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois. May, 1995. Boysen, S.T. & Berntson, G.G. (1995). Quantity judgments by chimpanzees: Evaluative processes. International Ethology Conf., Honolulu, Hawaii. Aug.,1995. Boysen, S.T. (1995). Chimpanzee cognition: Numerical competence and quantity judgments. Invited colloquium. Bucknell Animal Behavior Colloquium Series. Bucknell Univ., Lewisburg, PA., Sept., 1995. Boysen, S.T. (1995). Chimpanzee numerical skills. Invited plenary speaker. Annual meetings of ChimpanZoo. Phoenix, AZ. Oct., 1995. Boysen, S.T. (1995). The cognitive world of the chimpanzee. Invited speaker. Fall Speakers' Series. OSU Lima Campus, Lima, OH. Nov., 1995. Boysen, S.T. (1995). The mind of the chimpanzee: The scientific study of sentience. Sigma Xi Fall Colloquium Series, The Ohio State University Chapter, Nov., 1995. Boysen, S.T. (1996). S3: Selling Science to Society. Presentation at the third annual Comparative Cognition Conference, Melbourne, Florida. March, 1996. Boysen, S.T. (1996). Educational outreach and scientific missions for captive chimpanzee research. A. Rose (Chair). Workshop: The Personal Experience in Primate Research. Annual meetings American Society of Primatologists, Madison WI. Aug., 1996. Boysen, S.T. (1996). In search of sentience: Comparative studies of chimpanzee cognition. Invited speaker. Association of Faculty & Professional Women, The Ohio State University. Oct., 1996. Boysen, S.T. (1996). Reach for the stars: Reach for a mentor. Invited speaker. Alumni Scholarship House Fall Reception. Fawcett Ctr., The Ohio State University. Boysen, S.T. (1997). Comprehension of scale models by chimpanzees. Paper presented at the Comparative Cognition Conference. Melbourne, FL. March, 1997. Boysen, S.T. (1997). Cognitive flexibility in the chimpanzee. Smithsonian Institute/National Zoo Symposium, Exploring the Primate Mind. B. Beck, Organizer. Washington, DC. April, 1997. Boysen, S.T. (1997). Conceptual capacities of the chimpanzee. Psychology Psymposium. Otterbein College, Westerville, OH. April, 1997. Boysen, S.T. (1997). Chimpanzee learning and cognitive skills. Workshop for the Central Ohio Psychological Association. The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. April, 1997. Boysen, S.T. (1997). Cognitive flexibility in the chimpanzee. Invited address. Annual meetings of the Southwestern Comparative Psych. Society, Ft. Worth TX. April, 1997. Boysen, S.T. (1997). A picture is worth a thousand M&M's: Representational flexibility in chimpanzees. Invited address. Annual meetings of the American Society of Primatologists, San Diego CA. June, 1997. Boysen, S.T. (1997). Attributing attention to allies: Recognition of ignorance by chimpanzees. Invited address (Division 3). Annual meetings of the American Psychological Association, Chicago IL. Aug., 1997. Boysen, S.T. (1998). Chimpanzee cognitive studies and the Darwinian continuum as the millenium looms. Invited colloquium. Indiana University Center for the Integrative Study of Behavior, Feb., 1998. Boysen, S.T. (1998). Chimpanzee cognition: New contributions. Annual Herrick Lecture in Neuroscience. Denison University, Feb., 1998. Boysen, S.T. (1998). The Darwinian continuum: Alive and well in chimpanzee research at OSU. Colloquium presentation for the Social Psychology Interest Group, February, 1998. Boysen, S.T. (1998). Boys will be boys: Chimpanzees' understanding of scale models. Paper presentation. Comparative Cognition Conf. (CO3). Melbourne, FL, March, 1998. Boysen, S.T. (1998). Chimpanzee conceptual skills. Invited workshop. The Disney Institute, Orlando, FL. June, 1998. Boysen, S.T. (1998). Cognitive flexibility and constraints in the chimpanzee. Invited chair: Ape Cognition. Third World Conference on the Great Apes. Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia. June, 1998. Boysen, S.T.. (1998). Conservation status of the chimpanzee. Invited plenary speaker. Third World Conference on the Great Apes. Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia. June, 1998. Boysen, S.T. (1998). Attributional capababilties of the chimpanzee. Current Issues in Theory of Mind. A. Whiten (Chair). Meetings of the International Primatological Society, Antananarivo, Madagascar. Aug., 1998. Boysen, S.T. (1999). Pictures are worth a thousand M&M’s: Representational flexibility in the chimpanzee. Annual meetings of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Albuquerque, NM. April, 1999. Boysen, S.T. (1999). Representational status of chimpanzee vocalizations: Categorical and specific judgments of food value. Invited talk. Annual meetings of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL. May, 1999. Brown, D.A. & Boysen, S.T. (1999). Categorization of natural stimuli by chimpanzees. Annual meetings of the American Soc. Primatologists, New Orleans, LA. Aug., 1999. Hallberg, K.I. & Boysen, S.T. (1999). Representational potential in natural chimpanzee vocalizations: A laboratory playback experiment. Annual Meetings of the American Society of Primatologists, New Orleans, LA. Aug., 1999. Himes, G.T. & Boysen, S.T. (1999). A chronometric analysis of chimpanzee conceptual understanding. Annual meetings of the American Society of Primatologists, New Orleans, LA. Aug., 1999. Kuhlmeier, V.A. & Boysen, S.T. (1999). Contributions of perceptual and spatial features to scale model comprehension in chimpanzees. Annual meetings of the American Society of Primatologists, New Orleans, LA, Aug., 1999. Boysen, S.T. (1999). The cognitive potential of the chimpanzee. Invited talk. Annual meetings of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science. Nov., 1999. Boysen, S.T. Kuhlmeier, V.A. & Hallberg, K.I. (1999). Invited presentation. Moving our message beyond the Academy: The significance of understanding chimpanzee cognition and its role in conservation. Center of Excellence Conference, Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University, Inuyama, Japan. Nov., 1999. Boysen, S.T. Cognitive flexibility in the chimpanzee: Current findings. Dept. of Psychology, University of California/Santa Barbara. Nov., 1999. Boysen, S.T. Comparative cognition at The Ohio State University. Invited presentation. The Columbus Metropolitan Club. Jan., 2000. Boysen, S.T. The mind of the chimpanzee. Expanding your Horizons program: Girls, Science & Mathematics. College of Wooster, Wooster, OH. April, 2000. Boysen, S.T. Chimpanzee cognition: The good, the bad & the ugly. Arkansas Undergraduate Psychology Forum. Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR. April, 2000. Boysen, S.T. Minds, models & metaphors: Chimpanzee representational capacities. Invited seminar. Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. April, 2000. Boysen, S.T. Chimpanzee cognitive abilities: The state of the ape. Conference on Great Apes in Crisis. Brookfield Zoo, Chicago, Illinois. May, 2000. Boysen, S.T. Representational capacities in the chimpanzee. Invited symposium. Annual meetings of the Human Behavior and Evolution Society, Amherst, MA. June, 2000. Boysen, S.T. The cognitive domain of the chimpanzee: Models and minds. Invited symposium. International Congress of Psychology. Stockholm, Sweden. July, 2000. Boysen, S.T. Chimpanzee cognition: Minds, models & metaphors. Frontiers of Science Fall Lecture, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. Oct., 2000. Boysen, S.T. Cognitive capacities of the chimpanzee: New directions and new questions. Annual meetings of the Jane Goodall Institute’s ChimpanZoo. Tucson, AZ. Oct., 2000. Boysen, S.T. New insights into chimpanzee intelligence. Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC. Oct., 2000. Boysen, S.T. Chimpanzee cognitive capacities: A new appraisal. APA Distinguished Scientist Lecture. Annual meetings of the New England Psychological Association. Lewiston, MA. Nov., 2000. Boysen, S.T. Whose mind is it, anyway? Cognitive flexibility in the Chimpanzee. University of North Carolina at Wilmington, April, 2001. Boysen, S.T. Chimpanzee representational capacities: The State of the Ape. Annual Undergraduate Research Conference. Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO. April, 2001. Boysen, S.T. Representational vocalizations in chimpanzees?: Recent findings. University of Louisiana at Lafayette. April, 2001. Boysen, S.T. Cognitive flexibility in the chimpanzees: Representational potential. Foundation for Comparative & Conservation Biology. Virginia Polytechnical Institute, Blacksburg, VA. April, 2001. Boysen, S.T. Cognitive flexibility and representational potential in chimpanzees. Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. Nov., 2001. Boysen, S.T. Representational potential in the chimpanzees. Randolph Macon College, Ashville, VA. Nov., 2001. Boysen, S.T. Referential potential of natural chimpanzee vocalizations: Implications for the evolution of human language. The Krasnow Institute, George Mason University, Alexandria, VA. Nov., 2001. NOTE: (Invited talks, colloquia & presentations not listed after 2001 until more recently). Recent Invited Talks: Boysen, S.T. Poster presentation. CompCog EU Conference on Comparative Cognition, Prague, Czech Republic, May, 2011. Boysen, S.T. Invited talk. University of Sussex, UK. June, 2011. Boysen, S.T. Invited talk. University of Newcastle, UK. June, 2011. Boysen, S.T. Poster presentation. Problem-solving in Animals. University of Birmingham, UK. June, 2011. Boysen, S.T. Mini-conference on Enculturation in Nonhuman Primates. Co-organizer with Kim A. Bard. June, 2011. Boysen, S.T. Public lecture. Leverhulme Trust Visiting Professor, University of Portsmouth, UK. June 15, 2011. Boysen, S.T. Invited talk. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology & Psychology. Leipzig, Germany. July, 2011. Boysen, S.T. *** differences in the Chimpanzee Brain. Invited talk. Workshop on *** Differences in the Brain, Elena Jazdin, Organizer. University of Uppsalla, Upsalla, Sweden. September, 2011. Boysen, S.T. Invited talk. SETGO program, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH. November, 2011. Invited Colloquia: Brown University Columbia University Franklin & Marshall College Denison University Muskingum College University of Windsor Ohio Dominican College Lehman College, CUNY Ohio State University - Sigma Xi Smithsonian Institution Otterbein College Bucknell University Purdue University Wright State University University of Wisconsin - Parkside The Smithsonian/National Zoo University of Dayton S.E. Missouri State University. United States Air Force Academy University of Kentucky Univ. California/Santa Barbara Virginia Polytechnical Institute Harvard University University of North Carolina/Wilmington Univ. of Portsmouth, UK Sussex University, UK Univ. of Newcastle, UK Max Planck Institute Publications: Savage-Rumbaugh, E.S., Rumbaugh, D.M. & Boysen, S.T. (l978). Symbolic communication between two chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Science, 20l, 64l-644. Savage-Rumbaugh, E.S., Rumbaugh, D.M. & Boysen, S.T. (l978). Linguistically-mediated tool use and exchange by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Behavioral and Brain Sciences, l, 539-554. Savage-Rumbaugh, E.S., Rumbaugh, D.M. & Boysen, S.T. (l978). Sarah's problems of comprehension. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, l, 555-557. Savage-Rumbaugh, E.S., Rumbaugh, D.M. & Boysen, S.T. (l978). Describing chimpanzee communication: a communication problem. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 4, 6l4-6l6. Savage-Rumbaugh, E.S., Rumbaugh, D.M. & Boysen, S.T. (l979). Chimpanzees and protolanguage. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2, 396-397. Savage-Rumbaugh, E.S., Rumbaugh, D.M. & Boysen, S.T. (l980). Do apes use language? American Scientist, 68, 49-6l. Savage-Rumbaugh, E.S., Rumbaugh, D.M. & Boysen, S.T. (l980). Linguistically-mediated tool use and exchange by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). In: Speaking of apes: A critical anthology of two-way communication with man. T.A. Sebeok & J. Umiker-Sebeok (Eds.). New York: Plenum, 353-383. Berntson, G.G. & Boysen, S.T. (l984). Cardiac startle and orienting responses in the great apes. Behavioral Neurosciences, 98, 9l4-9l8. Berntson, G.G., Tuber, D.S., Ronca, A.E., Boysen, S.T. & Leland, H. (l985). Cardiac reactivity and adaptive behavior. Amer. J. Ment. Defic., 89, 4l5-4l9. Boysen, S.T. & Berntson, G.G. (l985). Visual evoked potentials in the great apes. Electroen. Clin. Neurophysiol., 62, l50-l53. Tuber, D.S., Ronca, A.E., Boysen, S.T., Berntson, G.G. & Leland, (l985). Heart rate reactivity, habituation and associative learning in developmentally disabled preschool children. Physiological Psychology, 13, 95-102. Boysen, S.T. & Berntson, G.G. (1986). Cardiac correlates of individual recognition in the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). J. Comparative Psychology, 100, 321-324. Berntson, G.G. & Boysen, S.T. (1987). Cardiac reflections of attention and set in a chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). Psychobiology, 15, 87-92. Boysen, S.T., Berntson, G.G. & Prentice, J. (1987). Simian scribbles: A re-appraisal of drawing in the chimpanzee. J. Comparative Psychology, 101, 82-89. Boysen, S.T. (1988). Kanting processing in the chimpanzee: What, and who really counts. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 11, 580. O'Dougherty, M., Berntson, G.G., Boysen, S.T., Wright, F.S. & Teske, D. (1988). Psychophysiological predictors of attentional dysfunction in children with congenital heart defects. Psychophysiology, 25, 305-315. Berntson, G.G. & Boysen, S.T. (1989). Specificity of the cardiac response to conspecific vocalizations in young chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Behavioral Neuroscience, 103, 235-245. Boysen, S.T. & Berntson, G.G. (1989a). Numerical competence in a chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). J. of Comp. Psych., 103, 23-31. Boysen, S.T. & Berntson, G.G. (1989b). Conspecific recognition in the chimpanzee: Cardiac responses to significant others. J. of Comparative Psychology, 103, 215-220. Berntson, G.G., & Boysen, S.T. (l990). Cardiac correlates of cognition in infants, children and chimpanzees. In: L.P. Lipsett & C. Rovee-Collier. (Eds.) Advances in Infancy Research. New York: Ablex. pp. 187-220. Berntson, G.G., Boysen, S.T., Bauer, H.R. & Torello, M.S. (1990). Conspecific screams and laughter: Cardiac and behavioral responses of infant chimpanzees. Developmental Psychobiology, 22, 771-787. Boysen, S.T. & Berntson, G.G. (1990). The emergence of numerical competence in the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). In: Language and intelligence in animals: Developmental perspectives. S.T. Parker & K.R. Gibson (Eds.). Cambridge University Press. pp. 435-450. Berntson, G.G., Quigley, K.S., Jang, J. & Boysen, S.T. (1990). A conceptual approach to artifact identification: Application to heart period data. Psychophysiol., 27, 568-598. Povinelli, D.J., Nelson, K.E. & Boysen, S.T. (1990). Inferences about guessing and knowing by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). J. Comp. Psychology, 104, 203-210. Boysen, S.T. (1991) Counting as the chimpanzee views it. In: Cognitive aspects of stimulus control. The Fourth Dalhousie Conference. W.K. Honig & J.G. Fetterman (Eds.). Hillsdale: NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates pp. 367-383. Berntson, G.G., Boysen, S.T. & Cacioppo, J.T. (1992). The cardiac OR: Its potential origins in autonomic space. In: B. Campbell, H. Hayne & R. Richardson (Eds.). Attention and information processing in infants and adults: Perspectives from human and animal research. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. pp.163-200. Povinelli, D.J., Nelson, K.E. & Boysen, S.T. (1992). Comprehension of role reversal in chimpanzees: Evidence for empathy? Animal Behaviour, 43, 633-640. Boysen, S.T. (1992). Pongid pedagogy: The contribution of human/chimpanzee interaction to the study of ape cognition. In: The inevitable bond: Examining scientist-animal interaction. H Davis & D Balfour (Eds.). NY: Cambridge Univ. Press. 205-217. Berntson, G.G. & Boysen, S.T. Screams and laughter: The perceptual psycho-physiology of infant chimpanzees. In: B. Lester & J. Newman (Eds.). Biological and social aspects of infant crying. New York: Plenum. Berntson, G.G., Boysen, S.T. & Cacioppo, J.T. Neurobehavioral organization and the cardinal principle of evaluative bivalence. In: F.M. Crinella & J. Yu (Eds). Brain mechanisms, 1990: Papers in memory of Robert Thompson. New York: New York Academy of Sciences. Boysen, S.T. (1993). Counting in chimpanzees: Nonhuman principles and emergent properties of number. In: S.T. Boysen & E. J. Capaldi (Eds.). The development of numerical competence: Animal and human models. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. pp. 39-59. Boysen, S.T. & Capaldi, E.J. (1993). The development of numerical competence: Animal and human models. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Berntson, G.G., Boysen, S.T. & Torello, M.W. (1993). Vocal perception: Brain event-related potentials in a chimpanzee. Developmental Psychobiology, 26, 305-319. Boysen, S.T., Berntson, G. G., Shreyer, T.A. & K.S. Quigley. (1993). Processing of ordinality and transitivity in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 107, 208-215. Boysen, S.T., Bryan, K.M. & Shreyer, T.A. (1994). Shadows and mirrors: Alternative avenues to the development of self-awareness in chimpanzees. In: Self-awareness in animals and humans. S.T. Parker, R.W. Mitchell & M.L. Boccia (Eds.). New York: Cambridge University Press. pp. 227-240. Berntson, G.G., Boysen, S.T. & Torello, M.W. (1994). The psychophysiology of chimpanzee perception. In: G. Eder (Ed.). Symposium on the role of the chimpanzee in research. University of Vienna Press. Boysen, S.T. (1994). Individual differences in cognitive abilities in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). In: R.W. Wrangham, W.C. McGrew, F.B.M. de Waal & P. Heltne (Eds.). Chimpanzee cultures. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. pp. 335-350. Limongelli, L., S.T. Boysen & E. Visalberghi. (1995). Comprehension of cause-effect relations in a tool-using task by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). J. of Comparative Psychology, 109, 18-26. Boysen, S.T., Berntson, G.G., T.A. Shreyer & M.B. Hannan. (1995). Indicating acts during counting by a chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 109, 47-51. Boysen, S.T. & Berntson, G.G. (1995). Quantity judgments: Perceptual vs. cognitive mechanisms in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 21, 82-86. Boysen, S.T. (1996). Rule-governed resource distribution in chimpanzees. In: S.T. Parker, A. Russon & K. Bard (Eds.). Reaching into thought. Cambridge:Cambridge Univ. Press. Boysen, S.T., Berntson, G.G., Hannan, M.B. & J.T. Cacioppo. (1996). Quantity-based interference and symbolic representations in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). J. of Experimental Psych.: Animal Behavior Processes, 22, 76-86. Thompson, R.K.R., Oden, D.L. & Boysen, S.T. (1997). Language-naive chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) judge relations-between-relations in an abstract matching task. J. of Experimental Psych. Animal Behavior Processes, 23, 31-43. Boysen, S.T. (1997). Representation of quantities by apes. Invited chapter In: P.J.B. Slater, J.S. Rosenblatt, C.T. Snowdon and M. Milinski (Eds.). Advances in the Study of Behavior. Boysen, S.T., Kuhlmeier, V.A., Halliday, Y.M & P. Halliday. (1999). Tool use in captive gorillas. In: S.T. Parker & R. Mitchell (Eds.). The mentalities or gorillas and orangutans. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 179-187. Boysen, S.T., Mukobi, K.L. & Berntson, G.G. (1999). Overcoming response-bias using symbolic representations of number by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Animal Learning & Behavior, 27, 229-235. Boysen, S.T. & Himes, G. T. (1999). Current issues and emerging theories in animal cognition. Annual Review of Psychology, 50, 683-705. Kuhlmeier, V.A. Boysen, S.T. & Mukobi, K. (1999). Comprehension of scale models by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 113, 396-402. Boysen, S.T. (1999). Chimpanzee cognition as the millennium looms. Psychological Science Agenda: APS Science Directorate, 12, 8-9. Boysen, S.T. & Hallberg, K.I. (2000). Primate numerical competence: Contributions towards understanding nonhuman cognition. Cognitive Science, 24, pp. 423-443. Boysen, S.T. (2000). The tooth monster. In: M. Bekoff (Ed.). The Smile of the Dolphin. New York: Discovery Books. Brown, D.A. & Boysen, S.T. (2000). Spontaneous discrimination of natural stimuli by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 114, 392-400. Boysen, S.T. & Kuhlmeier, V.A. (2001). Conceptual capacities in chimpanzees: Consequent ethical considerations. In B. Beck & T. Stoinski (Eds.). Great Apes and Humans: The Ethics of Co-Existence. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Press. Boysen, S.T. & Kuhlmeier, V.A. (2001). Representational capacities for pretense with scale models and photographs in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). R.W. Mitchell (Ed.). Pretending in Animals and Children. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Boysen, S.T. & Butynski, T. (2001). Pan in pandemonium: A world-wide crisis for chimpanzees In: Galdikas, B., Briggs, N.E., Sheeran, L.K., Shapiro, G.L. & Goodall, J.& (Eds.). All Apes Great and Small. Volume 1: African Apes. New York: Kluwer/Plenum Press. Boysen, S.T. & Kuhlmeier, V.A. (2001). Representational capacities in chimpanzees: Numerical and spatial reasoning. In: Galdikas, B., Briggs, N.E., Sheeran, L.K., Shapiro, G.L. & Goodall, J. (Eds.). All Apes Great and Small. Volume 1: African Apes. New York: Kluwer/Plenum Press. Boysen, S.T., Berntson, G.G. & Mukobi, K.L. (2001). Size matters: The impact of Item size and quantity on array choice by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 115, 106-110. Kuhlmeier, V.A. & Boysen, S.T. (2001). The effect of response contingencies on scale model task performance by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 115, 300-306. Kuhlmeier, V.A & Boysen, S.T. (2002). Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) recognize spatial and object correspondence between a scale model and its referent. Psychological Science, January, 60-63. Kuhlmeier, V.A. & Boysen, S.T. (2002). Animal Cognition. Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science. London: Macmillan Publishers Limited. Corr, J. A., Martin, L. J., & Boysen, S.T. (2002). Comparative models of cognitive decline in aging great apes. In: J.M. Erwin & P.R. Hof (Eds). Aging in Nonhuman Primates. Interdisciplinary Topics in Gerontology. Basel: Karger, 31, pp 196-208. Brown, D. A. & Boysen, S.T. (2003). Categorization vs. stimulus generalization: The effects of within-category variability. Invited paper. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 37, 237-246. Hallberg, K. I., Nelson, D. A., & Boysen, S. T. (2003). Representational vocal signaling in the chimpanzee. In F. B. M. de Waal & P. L. Tyack (Eds.), Animal Social Complexity: Intelligence, Culture, and Individualized Societies (pp. 317-321). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University. Boysen, S.T. (2005). Animal Cognition. In: L. Nadel (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science. New York: Wiley Publishers. Boysen, S.T. (2005). The impact of symbols on chimpanzee cognition. In: S.J. Hurley (Ed.). The Rational Animal. Oxford University Press. Boysen, S.T. (2005). Numerical competence in animals: In: M. Bekoff (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior. Greenwood Press. Boysen, S.T. (2005). Spatial learning and cognition in animals. In: M. Bekoff (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior. Greenwood Press. Furlong, E.J., Boose, K.J. & Boysen, S.T. (2008). Raking it in: The impact of enculturation on chimpanzee tool use. Animal Cognition, 11, 83-97. DOI: 0.1007/s10071-007-0091-6. Bulloch, M. J., Furlong, E.E., Harris, S., Boose, K.J., & Boysen, S.T. (2008). Visual attention and its relationship to knowledge states in chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Animal Behaviour. 76, 1147-1155. DOI:10.1016/j.anbehav.2008.01.033 Bania, A.E., Harris, S., Kinsley, H.R., & Boysen, S.T. (2009). Constructive and deconstructive tool modification by chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Animal Cognition. 12, 85-95. DOI: 10.1007/s10071-008-0173-0. Boysen, S.T. & K. A. Bard (2010). Chimpanzee spatial skills: A model for human performance on scale model tasks? In: F.A. Dolins & R. W. Mitchell(Eds.). Spatial cognition, spatial perception: Mapping the self and space. Cambridge University Press. pp. 502-519. Yocom, A. M., Furlong, E.E., & Boysen, S.T. (2010). Capuchin monkeys can solve a means-ends problem. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 124, 271-277. Yocom, A. M. & Boysen, S.T. (2011). Comprehension of functional support by enculturated chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Invited contribution. Special Issue on Animal Cognition: Current Zoology, 57, 429-440. Leavens, D. & Boysen, S.T. (2011). Comment on Emma Young's, "Claws for thought" (2 July 2011, no. 2819, p. 43). New Scientist, 2824, 03 August 2011. Yocom, A. M. & Boysen, S.T. (2012). Sensitivity to quantity: What counts across species. Invited chapter. In: D. McFarland, K. Stenning & M. Chalmers-McGonigle (Eds.). "The Complex Mind: An Interdisciplinary Approach". Palgrave-Macmillan: London. Bard, K.A., Bakeman, R., Boysen, S.T. & Leavens, D. A. (2012). Emotional engagement predicts joint attention and cooperation in young chimpanzees. Under review. Developmental Science. Rawlings, B., Davila-Ross, M. & Boysen, S.T. (2012). Differences in hard-shell fruit extraction across local chimpanzee communities. Under revision. Boysen, S.T., Bell, B., Richardson, C., Khan, P. & Rafert, J. (2012). Performance by great apes on the parallel strings task. Under revision. Boysen, S.T., Taglialetela, J. D. & Hopkins, W.D. *** differences in hippocampal-amygdalar complex in the great apes (Pan troglodytes, Pan paniscus, Gorilla gorilla, and Pongo pygmaeus), based on MRI voxel morphometry. In preparation. Davila-Ross, M. & Boysen, S.T. Triadic play in juvenile chimpanzees living under semi-naturalistic environmental conditions. In preparation. Boysen, S.T. & Davila-Ross, M. Arboreal vs. terrestrial play in juvenile chimpanzees living under semi-naturalistic conditions. In preparation. Boysen, S.T., Leavens, D. & Davila-Ross, M. Gestural and vocal solicitation by sanctuary chimpanzees living in semi-naturalistic habitats. In preparation. Books: Boysen, S.T. & Capaldi, E.J. (1993). The development of numerical competence: Animal and human models. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Boysen, S.T. & Custance, D. (2009). The Smartest Animals on the Planet. Firefly, Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada. Boysen, S.T. & Custance, D. (2012). The Smartest Animals on the Planet. Firefly, Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada. 2nd Edition. Boysen, S.T. & Bard, K. A. Mothers molding minds: The impact of enculturation on the cognitive capacities of children and chimpanzees. In preparation. Children's Books: Boysen, S.T. (1991). Sheba & Skylar. New York: Scholastic Grants: 1987 The Ohio State University and Columbus Zoo Cooperative Research Program, $7,500, entitled, "Appropriate Primate Enrichment (A.P.E.) Project, S. T. Boysen, Project Director. Awarded, September, 1987. 1988 ADAHMA, $34,000, entitled, "Numerical competence in the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes)", S.T. Boysen, Principal Investigator. Awarded, February, 1988. 1988 The Ohio State University and Columbus Zoo Cooperative Research Program, $3,500, entitled, "Appropriate Primate Enrichment: Establishment of a Research Database." S.T. Boysen, Project Director. Awarded, September, 1988. 1988 National Science Foundation, $100,000, entitled, "Numerical competence in the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes), S.T. Boysen & G.G. Berntson. Awarded, 1989. 1989 University Small Grant, $1,000. 1990 University Seed Grant, $16,000, entitled, "The emergence of adolescent behavior in captive gorillas." Howletts Zoo Park, Canterbury, England. 1991 NIH Biomedical Research Support Grant, $12,500. 1991 National Science Foundation, $179,999, entitled, "The development of numerical competence in the chimpanzee," S.T. Boysen & G.G. Berntson. Awarded, March. 1993 National Institute of Mental Health, $312,131, entitled, "Evaluative processes in the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). G.G. Berntson, S.T. Boysen & J.C. Cacioppo. Awarded April, 1994. 1993 National Science Foundation, $44,000, entitled, "The development of numerical competence in the chimpanzee," S.T. Boysen. Awarded, March, 1993. 1993 National Science Foundation, $24,665, Research in Undergraduate Education award, and Research Opportunity Award, entitled, "Studies of perceptual and conceptual same/different judgments by non-language trained chimpanzees." Roger Thompson & David Oden, Co-Investigators. Awarded, June, 1993. 1994 University Small Grant, $1,000 1994 National Science Foundation, $28,312, entitled, "Mechanisms subserving numerical competence in monkeys (Cebus apella)." S.T. Boysen, PI. Awarded, July, 1994. 1996 National Institute of Mental Health, $257,000, entitled, "Evaluative processes and quantity judgments." S.T. Boysen, Principal Investigator; G.G. Berntson & J.T. Cacioppo, Co-Investigators. Awarded, May, 1996. 1998 Small Business Initiative, $22,000, NIH, entitled, The Great Ape Aging Project. S.T. Boysen, Consultant. J.M. Erwin, PI. Diagnon Corp., Rockville, MD. Awarded, October, 1998. 1998 Ohio SchoolNet, $60,000, entitled, The Ohio Consortium on Conceptual Learning. S.T. Boysen, Content Provider. B.F.Jones & T. Best, Co-PIs. Awarded, December, 1998. 1998 Discovery Channel Foundation grant, $50,000, entitled, “Keeli & Ivy: Cognitive Development in Chimpanzees”. S.T. Boysen, Principal Investigator. Awarded, January, 1998. 1999 National Institute of Mental Health, $357,000, entitled, Evaluative processes and quantity judgments. S.T. Boysen, Principal Investigator. Awarded, December, 1999. 2001 Discovery Channel Foundation grant, $175,000, entitled, “Continued Studies of Cognitive Development in Infant Chimpanzees”. S.T. Boysen, PI. Awarded. 11/2001 2006 NICHD grant, $2.7 million, entitled, “Understanding of causality and causal mechanisms”. S.T. Boysen, Principal Investigator. Withdrawn. 2009 Milwaukee Zoological Society grant, $2500, entitled, “Comparative studies of causal understanding in the great apes”. S.T. Boysen, Principal Investigator. 2010 - 2011 Leverhulme Trust Visiting Professorship, University of Portsmouth, U.K. $60,000, entitled, “Comparative studies of joint attention in captive chimpanzees and children.” Awarded to S.T. Boysen, Ph.D., December 2009; Kim A. Bard, Ph.D., Faculty Sponsor, Director, Centre for the Study of Emotion, Department of Psychology, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth U.K. Summers 2010, 2011. 2012 Milwaukee Zoological Society grant, $1,000. “Comparative studies of causal understanding in the great apes.” S.T. Boysen, Principal Investigator. Awards: 1995-96 Department of Psychology Distinguished Teaching Award, September, 1996. 1996 The Ohio State University Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching, April, 1996. 1998 Columbus YWCA Woman of Achievement, March, 1998. 2000 American Psychological Association Distinguished Scientist Lecturer (YR 2000). 2002 Discover Magazine’s “Fifty Most Important Women Scientists.” November, 2002. 2003 Named Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, October, 2003. Media Coverage Television (among others): Animal Einsteins. Scientific American Frontiers (1 hr). PBS. January, 1999. The Animal Mind. British Broadcasting Company (1 hr). BBC. April, 1999. The Question of Animal Intelligence. Think Tank (30 min). PBS. January 2000. Inside the Animal Mind. Nature. (1 hr). PBS. January 2000. Chimpanzee cognition at OSU. The Ohio Government Channel (1 hr). Jan. 2000. Animal Intelligence. PBS., April, 2001. Evolution. PBS. October, 2001. Keeli & Ivy: Chimps Like Us. Discovery Channel, 1-hr. documentary, April, 2002. My Brilliant Chimps. Discovery Science Channel, 2-hr. documentary, December, 2004 Chimps: A Whisper Away from Us. Discovery Channel, 1-hr. documentary. February, 2005. Local news coverage: Channels 4, 6 & 10 (annually) Radio: All Things Considered. National Public Radio. April, 1999. All Things Considered. National Public Radio. June, 1999. Do elephants weep? British Broadcasting Company (Radio), Natural History Unit. September, 1999. All Things Considered. National Public Radio. December, 2001. Earth, Wind & Sky. National Public Radio. March, 2002. Open Forum. WOSU Public Radio. September, 2002. Earth, Wind & Sky. National Public Radio. November, 2003. Misc. print media: Columbus Dispatch, This Week, East Side Messenger, Upper Arlington News, Ohio State Alumni Magazine, Columbus Monthly, Business First, Ohio Magazine, This Week in Dublin, Worthington, Hilliard, The Other Paper, Science, Time.
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