CURRICULUM VITAE
Toshisada Nishida




PERSONAL
Born in Ichikawa, Chiba Prefecture, Japan, on March 3, 1941
Married, two children
Citizen of Japan. Resident of Tanzania 1965-1967, 1975-1976
Present Address: (Home) 205, 1-3, Tadeharacho, Takano, Sakyo-ku,
Kyoto, Japan 606. Phone: 075-702-8906
(Office) Department of Zoology, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto
University, Kitashirakawa-Oiwakecho, Sakyo, Kyoto, Japan 606
Phone: 075-753-4084, Fax: 075-753-4098
EDUCATION
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1963 Bachelor of Science in Zoology, Kyoto University
1965 Master of Science in Physical Anthropology, Kyoto University
1969 Doctor of Science in Physical Anthropology, Kyoto University
POSITIONS HELD
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1969-1974 Assistant Professor, University of Tokyo, Faculty of Science,Department of Anthropology
1974-1981 Lecturer, University of Tokyo, as above
1981-1988 Associate Professor, University of Tokyo, as above
1988- Professor, Kyoto University, Faculty of Science, Department of Zoology
RESEARCH
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1997 (2 months)
Resource use patterns by wild chimpanzees
1995 (3 months)
Maintenance and formation of coalitions among adult male chimpanzees
1994 (2 months)
Maintenance and formation of coalitions among adult male chimpanzees
1992 (3 months)
Cooperation and conflict resolution in wild chimpanzees
1991 (3 months)
Cooperation and conflict resolution in wild chimpanzees
1989 (3 months)
Research on mother-offspring weaning conflict among Mahale's chimpanzees
1987 (4 months)
Research on mother-offspring weaning conflict among Mahale's chimpanzees
1985 (4 months)
Research on social interactions among adult female chimpanzees at Mahale
1983 (5 months)
Research on social relationships among adult female chimpanzees at Mahale
1981 (6 months)
Research on the behavior of newly-immigrated parous female chimpanzees at Mahale
1979 (6 months)
Research on the inter-unit-group relationships among chimpanzees and inter-specific relationships among sympatric primates at Mahale
1977 (7 months)
Research on the inter-unit-group relationships among Mahale's chimpanzees, and food ecology of pygmy chimpanzees in Zaire
1975-76 (13 months)
Dispatched to Tanzania as an expert of Japan International Cooperation Agency (Wildlife Conservation) and appointed as Game Research Officer of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism
1973 (7 months)
Preliminary survey on pygmy chimpanzees in Zaire and research on tool-using behavior among the chimpanzees of Mahale, Tanzania
1971-72 (12 months)
Research on chimpanzees and red colobus monkeys (Colobus badius) at Mahale and a preliminary survey on pygmy chimpanzees (Pan paniscus) in Zaire (Dispatched to Nairobi, Kenya as the Representative of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
1969 (4 months)
as below
1968 (4 months)
as below
1967 (5 months)
Follow-up studies
1965-67 (21 months)
Research on the ecology and social structure of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes) at the Mahale Mountains, Tanzania
1964-65 (1 year)
Research on solitary males of Japanese macaques
1963 (1 year)
Research on Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) living in the northern limit of their distribution
1962 (1 month)
Research on inter-group relationships among Formosan macaques (Macaca cyclopsis) relocated on the Nojima Island, Aichi
INVITED LECTURES
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1968
Symposium speaker, 28th Congress of Animal Psychology Society of Japan, Tokyo
1972
Symposium speaker, 32nd Congress of Animal Psychology Society of Japan, Tokyo
1974
Wenner-Gren Foundation International Conference on the Behavior of Great Apes, Vienna
1974
Symposium speaker, Group Dynamics, the IVth Congress of International Primatological Society, Nagoya
1982
Symposium speaker, 46th Congress of Japan Psychological Society, Kyoto
1984
Symposium speaker, 56th Congress of Japanese Society of Genetics, Mishima
1984
Speaker, Japanese Society of Basic Psychology, The 2nd Open Symposium, Tokyo
1986
Open lecture, 2nd Congress of Primate Society of Japan, Nagoya
1986
Speaker, 1st International Conference of Understanding Chimpanzees, Chicago Academy of Sciences, Chicago
1987
Plenary Lecture, 20th Congress of International Ethological Society, Madison
1988
Speaker, International Conference on Appetite, Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia
1991
Speaker, 2nd International Conference of Understanding Chimpanzees, Chicago Academy of Sciences, Chicago
1991
Speaker, The Great Apes Conference, Indonesian Government, Indonesia
1993
Speaker, 29th Symposium on Phytochemistry, Kyoto
1993
Speaker, 40th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Pharmacognosy, Osaka
1996
Plenary Lecture, 16th Congress of International Primatological Society
1996
Plenary Lecture, 69th Autumn Congress of Japanese Society of Endocrinology
PUBLICATIONS
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1. Books

Nishida, T., 1973. The Children of the Mountain Spirits. Chikuma-Shobo,
Tokyo. (in Japanese)
Itani, J., T. Nishida & M. Kakeya, 1973. The Eastern Hinterland of
Lake Tanganyika. Chikumashobo, Tokyo. (in Japanese)
Ohtsuka, J. Tanaka, & T. Nishida, 1974. Human Ecology, Kyoritsu-Shuppan,
Tokyo (in Japanese)
Kakeya, M. & T. Nishida, 1976. A Glossary of Sitongwe.
Nishida, T., 1981. The World of Wild Chimpanzees. Chuokoronsha,
Tokyo. (in Japanese)
Nishida, T. (ed.) 1990. The Chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains: Sexual and
Life History Strategies, The University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo.
Nishida, T., K. Izawa, & T. Kano (eds.), 1991. The Diversity of Primate
Societies, Heibonsha, Tokyo (in Japanese)
Nishida, T., W.C. McGrew, P. Marler, M. Pickford, & F.B.M. de Waal
(eds.), 1992. Topics in Primatology, Vol.1 Human Origins. TheUniversity of Tokyo Press, Tokyo.
Nishida, T. 1994. Thirty-six Stories of Wild Chimpanzees. Kinokuniya-Shoten,
Tokyo.
McGrew, W.C., L.F. Marchant, & T. Nishida, (eds.), 1996. Great Apes Societies,
Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge.
2. Journal articles and chapters
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Izawa, K. & T. Nishida, 1963. Monkeys living in the northern limit of their
distribution. Primates 4: 67-88.
Nishida, T. 1963. Intertroop relationships of the Formosan monkeys (Macaca
cyclopsis) relocated on Nojima Island. Primates 4: 121-122.
Nishida, T. 1966. A sociological study of solitary male monkeys. Primates 7:
141-204.
Nishida, T., 1967. The society of wild chimpanzees. Shizen, 22(8): 31-41. (in
Japanese)
Nishida, T., 1968. The social group of wild chimpanzees in the Mahali
Mountains. Primates, 9: 167-224.
Nishida, T., 1970. Social behavior and relationship among wild chimpanzees of
the Mahali Mountains. Primates, 11: 47-87.
Iwano, T., N. Yotsumoto, & T. Nishida, 1971. The daily activity rhythm of a
troop of wild Japanese monkeys: A preliminary report. J. Anthropol. Soc.
Nippon 79: 128-138. (in Japanese)
Nishida, T., 1972. A note on the ecology of the red-colobus monkeys (Colobus
좋좋좋badius tephrosceles) living in the Mahali Mountains. Primates, 13:
57-64.
Nishida, T., 1972. Preliminary information of the pygmy chimpanzees (Pan
paniscus) of the Congo Basin. Primates 13: 415-425.
Nishida, T, & K. Kawanaka, 1972. Inter-unit-group relationships among wild
chimpanzees of the Mahali Mountains. Kyoto Univ. Afr. Studies, 7: 131-
Nishida, T., 1973. The ant-gathering behaviour by the use of tools among wild
chimpanzees of the Mahali Mountains. J. Human Evol., 2: 357-370.
Kawanaka, K. & T. Nishida, 1974. Recent advances in the study of inter-unit-
좋좋 group relationships and social structure of wild chimpanzees of the Mahali
Mountains. Proc. Symp. 5th Cong. Int'l. Primat. Soc., S. Kondo, M. Kawai,
A. Ehara & S. Kawamura (eds.), Japan Science Press, Tokyo, pp. 173-186.
Nishida, T., 1976. The bark-eating habits in primates, with special reference
to their status in the diet of wild chimpanzees. Folia Primatol., 25: 277-287.
Nishida, T., 1977. Chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains. (I) Ecology and the
structure of a unit-group. In: The Chimpanzees, J.Itani, (ed.), Kodansha, Tokyo, pp. 543-638. (in Japanese)
Nishida, T., 1977. The social structure of chimpanzees. In: Anthropology Series
2: Primates, J. Itani, (ed.), Yuzankaku, Tokyo, pp. 277-314. (in Japanese)
Nishida, T., 1977. The chimpanzee ant-fishing behavior and its eco-evolutionary
significance. In: Anthropology Series 12: Ecology, H. Watanabe, (ed.),
Yuzankaku, Tokyo, pp. 55-84. (in Japanese)
Nishida, T., 1978. Revolution in the Lake Tanganyika Region. Tenbou,
No. 232, pp.103-124. (in Japanese)
Nishida, T., 1979. The social structure of chimpanzees of the Mahale
Mountains. In: The Great Apes, D.A. Hamburg & E.R. McCown (eds.), The
Benjamin/Cummings, Menlo Park, pp. 73-121.
Nishida, T., S. Uehara, & R. Nyundo, 1979. Predatory behavior among
wild chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains. Primates, 20: 1-20.
Nishida, T., 1980. The leaf-clipping display: A newly-discovered expresive
gesture in wild chimpanzees. J. Human Evol., 9: 117- 128.
Nishida, T., 1980. Local differences in responses to water among wild
chimpanzees. Folia Primatol., 33: 189-209.
Nishida, T., 1980. On chimpanzee culture. Kagaku, 50: 146-154. (in Japanese)
Nishida, T. & S. Uehara, 1980. Chimpanzees, tools, and termites: Another
example from Tanzania. Curr. Anthrop., 21: 671-672.
Nishida, T., J. Itani, M. Hiraiwa & T. Hasegawa, 1981. A newly-discovered
population of Colobus angolensis in East Africa. Primates, 22: 557-563.
Nishida, T. & S. Uehara, 1981. Kitongwe name of plants: A preliminary
listing. Afr. Study Monogr., 1: 109-131.
Nishida, T. & M. Hiraiwa, 1982. Natural history of a tool-using behavior by
wild chimpanzees in feeding upon wood-boring ants. J. Human Evol., 11: 73-99.
Hasegawa, T., M. Hiraiwa-Hasegawa, T. Nishida, & H. Takasaki, 1983. New
evidence on scavenging behavior in wild chimpanzees. Curr. Anthrop., 24:
231-232.
Nishida, T., 1983. Alpha status and agonistic alliance in wild chimpanzees
(Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii). Primates, 24:318-336.
Nishida, T., 1983. Alloparental behavior in wild chimpanzees of the
Mahale Mountains, Tanzania. Folia Primatol., 41: 1-33.
Nishida, T. & S. Uehara, 1983. Natural diet of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes
schweinfurthii): Long-term record from the Mahale Mountains,Tanzania.
Afr. Study Monogr., 3: 109-130.
Nishida, T., R.W. Wrangham, J. Goodall, & S. Uehara, 1983. Local differences
in plant-feeding habits of chimpanzees between the Mahale Mountains and
Gombe National Park, Tanzania. J. Human Evol., 12: 467-480.
Wrangham, R.W. and T. Nishida, 1983. Aspilia spp. leaves: A puzzle in
the feeding behavior of wild chimpanzees. Primates, 24: 276-282.
Hiraiwa-Hasegawa, M., T. Hasegawa, & T. Nishida, 1984. Demographic study of a
large-sized unit-group of chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains, Tanzania:
A preliminary report. Primates, 25: 401-413.
Nishida, T., 1984. The social structure of chimpanzees and bonobos. In:
Anthropology: Its Diverse Development, Anthropological Society of
Nippon (ed.), Nikkeisaiensusha, Tokyo, pp. 240-246. (in Japanese)
Nishida, T. & M. Hiraiwa-Hasegawa, 1984. Behavior of an adult male in
the Mahale Mountains, Tanzania. Int. J. Primatol., 5: 367.
Takahata, Y., T. Hasegawa, & T. Nishida, 1984. Chimpanzee predation in the
Mahale Mountains from August 1979 to May 1982. Int. J. Primatol., 5: 213-
233.
Nishida, T. & M. Hiraiwa-Hasegawa, 1985. Responses to a stranger mother-son
pair in the wild chimpanzee: A case report. Primates, 26: 1-13.
Nishida, T., M. Hiraiwa-Hasegawa, T. Hasegawa, & Y. Takahata, 1985.
Group extinction and female transfer in wild chimpanzees in the
Mahale National Park, Tanzania. Z. Tiesrpsychol., 67: 284-301.
Nishida, T., & K. Kawanaka, 1985. Within-group cannibalism by adult
male chimpanzees. Primates, 26: 274-284.
Rodriguez, E., M. Aregullin, T. Nishida, S. Uehara, R. Wrangham,
Z. Abramowski, Finlayson, & G.H.N. Towers, 1985. Thiarubrine-A,
a bioactive constituent of Aspilia (Asteracea) consumed by wild
chimpanzees. Experientia, 41: 419-20.
Nishida, T., 1986. Reciprocity in grooming among wild chimpanzees: A
preliminary report. Proceedings of the 23rd Congress of Japan
Association for African Studies, May 31-June 1, 1986, p.4
Nishida, T., 1987. The present condition of the behavioral ecology of
chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains. Gakujyutu-Geppou, 40: 417-422.
(in Japanese)
Nishida, T., 1987. Local traditions and cultural transmission. In: Primate
Societies, B.B. Smuts, D.L. Cheney, R.M. Seyfarth, R.W. Wrangham, &
좋좋 T. T. Struhsaker (eds.), The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp.
462-474.
Nishida, T. & M. Hiraiwa-Hasegawa, 1987. Chimpanzees and bonobos:
Cooperative relationships among males. In: Primate Societies,
B.B. Smuts, D.L. Cheney, R.M. Seyfarth, R.W. Wrangham, & T.T.
Struhsaker (eds.), Univ. of Chicago Press, Chicago, pp. 165-177
Uehara, S. & T. Nishida, 1987. Body weights of wild chimpanzees (Pan
troglodytes schweinfurthii) of the Mahale Mountains National
Park, Tanzania. Am. J. Phys. Anthrop., 72: 315-321.
Nishida, T., 1988. Development of social grooming between mother and
offspring in wild chimpanzees. Folia Primatol., 50: 109-123.
Suda, K., R. Ohtsuka & T. Nishida, 1988. Decrease of households
in a rural community of Japan in relation to demographic and
occupational change. Journal of Human Ergology 17: 139-150.
Hayaki, H., M. Huffman, & T. Nishida, 1989. Dominance among male
chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania.
A preliminary study. Primates, 30: 187-197.
Nishida, T., 1989. A note on the chimpanzee ecology of the Ugalla
area, Tanzania. Primates, 30: 129-138.
Nishida, T., 1989. Social interactions between resident and immigrant female
chimpanzees. In: Understanding Chimpanzees, P. Heltne & L. Marquardt
(eds.), Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass., pp.68-89.
Nishida, T., 1989. Social structure and dynamics of the chimpanzee: A
review. In: Perspectives in Primate Biology, P. Seth & S. Seth
(eds.), Today's and Tomorrows Publisher, Delhi, pp.157-172.
Newton, P. & T. Nishida, 1990. Possible buccal administration of herbal drugs
by wild chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Anim. Behav. 39(4): 798-801.
Nishida, T. 1990. A quarter century of research in the Mahale
Mountains: An overview. In: The Chimpanzees of the Mahale
Mountains: Sexual and Life History Strategies, T. Nishida, (ed.),
pp.3-35, The University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo.
Nishida, T. 1990. Deceptive behavior in young chimpanzees: An essay.
In: The Chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains: Sexual and Life
History Strategies, T. Nishida (ed.), pp.285-290, The University
of Tokyo Press, Tokyo.
Nishida, T., H. Takasaki, & Y. Takahata, 1990. Demography and reproductive
profiles. In: The Chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains: Sexual and Life
History Strategies, T. Nishida (ed.), pp.64-97, Univ. of Tokyo Press,
Tokyo.
Takasaki, H., T. Nishida, S. Uehara, K. Norikoshi, K. Kawanaka, Y. Takahata,
M. Hiraiwa-Hasegawa, T. Hasegawa, H. Hayaki, K. Masui & M.A. Huffman,
1990. Summary of meteorological data at Mahale research camps,1973-1988.
In: The Chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains: Sexual and Life History
Strategies, T. Nishida (ed.), Univ. of Tokyo Press. Tokyo, pp. 291-300.
Kawabata, M. & T. Nishida, 1991. A preliminary note on the intestinal
parasite of wild chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains, Tanzania. Primates
32(2):275-278.
Nishida, T. 1991. Primate gastronomy: Cultural food preferences in
nonhuman primates and origins of cuisine. In: Chemical Senses,
Vol. 4. Appetite and Nutrition, M.I. Friedman, M.G. Tordoff &
M.R. Kare (eds.), Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, pp. 195-209.
Ohigashi, H., M. Jisaka, T. Takagaki, T. Tada, M.A. Huffman, T. Nishida, M.
Kaji & Koshimizu, 1991. Bitter principle and a related steroid glucoside from
Vernonia amygdalina, a possible medicinal plant for wild chimpanzees.
Agric. Biol. Chem. 55: 1201-1203.
Ohigashi, H., T. Takagaki, K. Koshimizu, K. Watanabe, M. Kaji, J. Hoshino, T.
Nishida, M.A. Huffman, H. Takasaki, J. Jato & D.N. Muanza, 1991.
Biological activities of plant extracts from tropical Africa. AfricanStudy
Monographs 12(4): 201-210.
Ohigashi, H., M. Jisaka, T. Takagaki, K. Koshimizu, M.A. Huffman, T. Nishida,
H. Takasaki & M. Kaji, 1991. Medicinal plants of wild chimpanzees and their
biologically active components. Africa Kenkyu 39: 15-27 (in Japanese)
Hamai, M., T. Nishida, H. Takasaki & L.A. Turner 1992. New records of within
-group infanticide and cannibalism in wild chimpanzees. Primates 33(2):
151-162.
Nishida, T. 1992. Introduction to the conservation symposium. In: Topics in
Primatology: Proc. Symp. XIII Congr. Int. Primatol. Soc., Vol.2.
Behavior, Ecology and Conservation, N. Itoigawa, Y. Sugiyama, G.P.
Sackett & R.K.R. Thompsom (eds.), The University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo,
pp.303-304.
Nishida, T. 1992. The evolution of aid-giving behavior in primates.
Evolution Vol.7. Evolution from Ecological Perspectives, A.
Shibatani, K. Nagano & T. Yourou(eds.). University of Tokyo
Press, Tokyo, pp. 247-306 (in Japanese)
Nishida, T., T. Hasegawa, H. Hayaki, Y. Takahata & S. Uehara, 1992.
Meat-sharing as a coaltion strategyby by an alpha male
chimpanzee? In: Topics in Primatology: Proc. Symp. XIII Congr. Int.
Primatol. Soc., Vol. 1. Human Origins, T. Nishida, W.C. McGrew, P.
Marler, M. Pickford & F.B.M. de Waal (eds.), Univ. of Tokyo Press, Tokyo,
pp. 159-175.
Page, J.E., F. Balza, T. Nishida & G.H.N. Towers 1992. Biologically active
diterpenes from Aspilia mossambicensis, a chimpanzee medicinal plants.
Phytochemistry 31(10):3437-3439.
Uehara, S., T. Nishida, M. Hamai et al. 1992. Characteristics of predation by
the chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania.
In:Topics in Primatology: Proc. Symp. XIII Congr. Int. Primatol. Soc.,Vol. One.
Human Origins, T. Nishida, W.C. McGrew, P. Marler, M. Pickford & F.B.M.
de Waal (eds.). University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo, pp. 143-158.
Koshimizu, K., H. Ohigashi, M.A. Huffman, T. Nishida, & H. Takasaki
1993. Physiological activities and the active constituents of potentially
medicinal plants used by wild chimpanzees of the Mahale Mounatins,
Tanzania. Int. J. Primatol. 14: 345-356.
Mitani, J. & T. Nishida, 1993. Contexts and social correlates of long-distance
calling by male chimpanzees. Anim. Behav. 45: 735-746.
Nishida, T. 1993. Left nipple suckling preference in wild chimpanzees.
Ethol. Sociobiol. 14: 45-52.
Nishida, T. 1994. Review of recent findings on Mahale chimpanzees.
Implications and future research directions. In: Chimpnazee Cultures, ed. R.
Wrangham, C. McGrew, F.B.M. de Waal & P.G. Heltne, Harvard Univ. Press,
Cambridge, Mass., pp.373-396.
Uehara, S., T. Nishida, H. takasaki, R. Kitopeni, M. Bunengwa, K. Norikoshi,
T. Tsukahara, R. Nyundo & M. Hamai 1994. A lone male chimpanzee in the
좋좋 wild. The survivor of a disintgrated unit-group. Primates 35(3):275-281.
Nishida, T., K. Hosaka, M. Nakamura, & M. Hamai, 1995. A within-group
gang attack on a young adult male chimpanzee: Ostracism of an
ill-mannered member. Primates 36(2): 207-211.
Nishida, T. & K. Hosaka, 1996. Coalition strategies among adult male
chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains. In: Great Ape Societies,
W.C. McGrew, L.F. Marchant & T. Nishida (eds.), Cambridge Univ.
Press, Cambridge, pp.114-135.
Nishida, T. & L.Turner, 1996. Food transfer between mother and infant
chimpanzees of the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania. Int.
J. Primatol. 17:947-968.
Nishida, T. 1997. Sexual behavior of adult male chimpanzees of the Mahale
Mountains National Park, Tanzania. Primates 38:379-398.
3. Other publications
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Nishida, T. & S. Uehara, 1982. Japanese ape imports. International
Primate Protection League Newsletter 9(3): 12-15.
Hasegawa, T. & T. Nishida, 1984. Progress report on Mahale National Park
. IUCN/SSC Primate Specialist Group Newsletter, 4 March, 1984: 37-38.
Nishida, T., 1985. The Mahale Mountains declared a National Park.
International Primate Protection League Newsletter, 12(3): 9.
Nishida, T. 1989. Research at Mahale. In Understanding Chimpanzees, P.
Heltne & L. Marquardt (eds.), Harvard Univ. Press, Cambridge, Mass.,
pp.66-67.
Nishida, T. 1991. Comments on Manson & Wrangham's Intergroup aggression in
chimpamzees and humans. Curr. Anthrop. 32(4):381-382.
McGrew, W.C., L.F. Marchant & T. Nishida, 1996. Preface, In: Great Ape
Societies, W.C. McGrew, L.F. Marchant & T. Nishida (eds.), Cambridge
Univ. Press, Cambridge, pp.xi-xv.
Nishida, T. 1996. The death of Ntologi, the unparalleled leader of M group.
Pan Africa News 3(1):4.
Nishida T. 1997. Baboon invasion into chimpanzee habitat. Pan Africa News
4:11-12.
COLLOQUIA AND CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
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1980
Symposium on Tool-Use, The VIIIth Congress of International Primatological Society, Firenze
1986
Nishida, T., 1986. Development of reciprocity in grooming between chimpanzee mother and offspring. Primate Report, No.14, p.186. The XIth Congress of International Primatological Society, Gottingen
1986
International Conference of Understanding Chimpanzees, Chicago Academy of Sciences, Chicago
1988
Colloquium: State University of New York, Stony Brook
1988
Colloquium: Peabody Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge
1990
Symposium on Primate Conservation, The XIIIth Congress of International Primatological Society, Nagoya
1990
Symposium on The Behavior of Chimpanzees and Bonobos, The XIIIth Congress of International Primatological Society, Kyoto
1993
Colloquium: The University of Michigan
1993
Colloquium: Emory University, Atlanta
1993
Colloquium: The University of California, Davis
UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION
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1989-90 Chair, Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science
1993-94 Chair, Department of Zoology, Faculty of Science
1996-97 Chair, Department of Zoology, Graduate School of Science
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
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1. Referee

Journals:
Animal Behaviour, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, American Journal of Primatology, The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Behavioural Ecology, Current Anthropology, Folia Primatologica, Human Evolution, International Journal of Primatology, Journal of Human Evolution, Journal of Anthropological Society of Nippon, Primates, Primate Research.
Publishers:
Stanford University Press, California University Press
Grants:
Canadian Scientific Research Council, Fonds national Suisse de la recherche scientifique, Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences, The L.S.B. Leakey Foundation, National Geographic Society, National Science Foundation
2. Editorial work for professional jurnals
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Primates: Advisory Board 1980, Editoral Board 1981-
Journal of Human Evolution: Advisory Board 1982-1985
Human Evolution: Advisory Board 1986-
Pan Africa News: Editorial Board 1994-, Editor 1997-
African Primates: Editorial Board 1995-
International Journal of Primatology: Editorial Board 1997-
Anthropological Sciences: Associate Editors 1998-
3. Membership in Professional Organization
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Anthropological Society of Nippon (1969-)
Council (1975-76, 1979-80, 1983-)
Editorial Board (1985-86)
International Primatological Society (1972-)
Special Consultant for Primate Conservation (1986-)
Conservation Committee (1988-92)
President (1996-)
Tanzania Society (1976-)
Japan Association for African Studies (1978-)
Council (1980-), Board of Directors (1984-)
World Wildlife Fund, Japan (1978-)
Japan Monkey Center, Council (1992-)
International Society for Human Ethology (1980-)
IUCN/SSC Primate Specialist Group: African Section (1982-)
International Primate Protection League (1982-)
Japan Ethological Society (1983-), Board of Directors (1983-86)
Editorial Board (1983-1994)
Primate Society of Japan (1985-)
Council (1985-), Board of Directors (1985-91, 1993-96, 1997-),
Chairman, Conservation Committee (1985-91)
The Committee for Conservation and Care of Chimpanzees (1986-)
Executive Council (1988-)
Japan Tropical Forest Action Network (1989-)
Wildlife Conservation Society of Tanzania (1989-)
International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (1992-)
Mahale Wildlife Conservation Society (1994-), Co-organizer (1994-)
4. Conference and workshop organizer
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1990: Chairman, Symposium Committee, the XIIIth Congress of
International Primatological Society
1990: Organizer, Symposium on "Chimpanzees and Bonobos", the
XIIIth Congress of International Primatological Scociety
1990: Organizer, Symposium on "Primate Conservation", the
XIIIth Congress of International Primatological Scociety
1991 Advisory Committee, Conference on "Understanding Chimpanzees"
1992: Co-organizer, Symposium on "Chimpanzees", Kyoto University
1992: Chairman, the VIth Congress of Primate Society of Japan