Chapter 1: Introduction: Primate locomotion – towards a synergy of laboratory and field research.
Vereecke AA & D’Août K
Chapter 2: Translating primate locomotor biomechanical variables from the laboratory to the field.
Chapter 3: Studying captive ape locomotion: past, present and future.
Vereecke EE, D’Août K & Aerts P
Chapter 4: Experimental and computational studies of bipedal locomotion in the bipedally-trained Japanese macaque.
Ogihara N, Hirasaki E & Nakatsukasa M
Chapter 5: In what manner do quadrupedal primates walk on two legs? Preliminary results on Olive Baboons (Papio anubis).
Berillon G, D’Août K, Daver G, Dubreuil G, Multon F, Nicolas G & de la Villetanet B
Chapter 6: Scapula movements and their contribution to three-dimensional forelimb excursions in quadruped primates.
Schmidt M & Krause C
Chapter 7: The influence of load carrying on gait parameters in humans and apes: implications for the evolution of human bipedalism.
Watson J, Payne R, Chamberlain A, Jones R & Sellers W
Chapter 8: Field and experimental approaches to the study of locomotor ontogeny in Propithecus verreauxi.
Wunderlich RE, Lawler RR & Williams AE
Chapter 9: Comparisons of limb structural properties in free-ranging chimpanzees from Kibale, Gombe, Mahale, and Taï communities.
Carlson KJ, Wrangham RW, Muller MN, Sumner DR, Morbeck ME, Nishida T, Yamanaka A & Boesch C
Chapter 10: Field study methods for primate locomotion.
Blanchard M, Sellers WI & Crompton RH
Chapter 11: Gibbon locomotion research in the field – problems, possibilities and benefits for conservation.
Chapter 12: Posture, ischial tuberosities and tree zone use is West African cercopithecids
McGraw & Sciulli PW.
Chapter 13: Forelimb suspensory gait characteristics of wild Lagothrix poeppigii and Ateles belzebuth: developing video based methodologies in free-ranging primates.
Chapter 14: Gait and kinematics of arboreal quadrupedal walk of free-ranging red howlers (Alouatta seniculus) in French Guiana.
Youlatos D & Gasc J-P
Chapter 15: From treadmill to tropics: calculating ranging cost in chimpanzees.
Pontzer H, Raichlen DA & Sockol MD
Chapter 16: Linking field and laboratory approaches for studying primate locomotor responses to support orientation.
Stevens NJ, Ratsimbazafy JH & Ralainasolo F
Chapter 17: Quadrupedal locomotion of Saimiri boliviensis: a comparison of field and lab-based kinematic data.
Shapiro LJ, Young JW & Souther A