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Volume 9.2 - First Quarter 2010 Variation Conference
 
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FIRST QUARTER OF CONFERENCE
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONFERENCE
Kathleen B. Kerr, MSN, MA

FIRST PANEL OF PRESENTATIONS

Introduction: Margaret Donley, MSW

Variation in Vervet Monkeys: Diet, Maternal Behavior, and Offspring Development
Lynn A. Fairbanks, PhD
Research with vervet monkeys illustrates the complex ways the family can influence individual differences in social relationships.

Using Maternal Style or Differentiation of Self to Explore Variation in Functioning of Offspring
Kathleen B. Kerr, MSN, MA
Studies investigating maternal behavior employ typologies of maternal styles to investigate variation in offspring functioning. Bowen theory offers a potentially robust alternative.

Variation in Early Face-To-Face Interactions in Rhesus Monkey Mother-Infant Dyads
Stephen J. Suomi, PhD
Variation in the nature and frequency of early face-to-face interactions between rhesus monkey infants and their mothers appears to have significant long-term social-emotional consequences.

Panel Discussion: Ms. Donley, Dr. Fairbanks, Ms. Kerr, and Dr. Suomi with Dr. Kerr

SECOND PANEL OF PRESENTATIONS

Introduction: Margaret Donley, MSW

Variation as the Foundation of Permanence in Symbiotic Associations
Mary Beth Saffo, PhD
Many significant symbioses are also variable ones. In what ways might such "impermanence" be a key to long-term persistence in many symbiotic associations?

Variation in Emotional Reactivity in Harvester Ants
LeAnn Howard, MSW, MA
Harvester ant colonies that are more flexible in the managing of reactivity are more effective in reproduction, productivity, and survival.

Behavioral Diversity in an Insect Society
Raghavendra Gadagkar, PhD
The primitively eusocial wasp, Ropalidia marginata, shows inter-individual variation in behavior that has implications for social evolution.

Panel Discussion: Dr. Saffo, Ms. Howard, and Dr. Gadagkar with Dr. Kerr and Ms. Donley

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