Peer-Review Journal Articles

1993

Armstrong LE, Curtis WC, Hubbard RW, Francesconi RP, Moore R and Askew EW. Symptomatic hyponatremia during prolonged exercise in heat. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 25: 543-549.

Armstrong LE, Hubbard RW, Askew EW and Francesconi RP. Responses of soldiers to 4-gram and 8-gram NaCl diets during 10 days of heat acclimation. In: Nutritional Needs in Hot Environments, edited by Marriott BM Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1993, p 247-258.

Armstrong LE, Hubbard RW, Askew EW, DeLuca JP, O'Brien C, Pasqualicchio A and Francesconi RP. Responses to moderate and low sodium diets during exercise-heat acclimation. International Journal of Sports Nutrition 3: 2507-221.

Askew EW. Hydration for top physical performance. Olympic Coach 3: 12-13.

Askew EW. Nutrition and performance at environmental extremes. In: Nutrition in Exercise and Sport, edited by Wolinsky I and Hickson JF, Jr Boca Raton: CRC Press, 1993, p 455-474.

Bielenda CC, Knapik J and Wright DA. Physical fitness and cardiovascular disease risk factors of female senior US military officers and federal employees. Military Medicine 158: 177-181.

Boudreau E, Schuster B, Sanchez J, Novakowski W, Johnson RF, Redmond DP, Hanson R and Dausel L. Tolerability of prophylactic Lariam regimens. Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 44: 257-265.

Bowers W, Blaha M, Sankovich J, Patterson D and DuBose D. Prostaglandin E2, interleukin-1a, and potassium release from artificial human skin after freeze-thaw injury. Cryobiology 30: 272-278.

Burr RE. Trench foot. Journal of Wilderness Medicine 4: 348-352.

Cowan DN, Jones BH and Robinson JR. Foot morphologic characteristics and risk of exercise-related injury. Archives of Family Medicine 2: 773-777.

Coyle EF and Montain SJ. Thermal and cardiovascular responses to fluid replacement during exercise. In: Perspectives in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine, Exercise, Heat, and Thermoregulation, edited by Gisolfi CV, Lamb DR and Nadel ER Dubuque, IA: Brown & Benchmark, 1993, p 179-223.

DuBose DA and Haugland R. Comparisons of endothelial cell G-and F-actin distribution in situ and in vitro. Biotechnic & Histochemistry 68: 8-16.

Francesconi RP, Armstrong LE, Leva NM, Moore RJ, Szlyk PC, Matthew WT, Curtis WC, Hubbard RW and Askew EW. Endocrinological responses to dietary salt restriction during heat acclimation. In: Nutritional Needs in Hot Environments, edited by Marriott BM Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1993, p 259-275.

Friedl KE, Vogel JA, Marchitelli LJ and Kubel SL. Assessment of regional body composition changes by dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry. In: Human Body Composition, edited by Ellis KJ and Eastman JD New York: Plenum Press, 1993, p 99-103.

Harman EA. Strength and power: a definition of terms. National Strength and Conditioning Association Journal 15: 18-20.

Johnson AT and Grove CM. Mask performance rating table for specific military tasks. Military Medicine 158: 665-670.

Johnson RF and Merullo DJ. Subjective reports of heat illness. In: Nutritional Needs in Hot Environments, edited by Marriott BM Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

Jones BH, Bovee MW, Harris JM and Cowan DN. Intrinsic risk factors for exercise-related injuries among male and female Army trainees. American Journal of Sports Medicine 21: 705-710.

Jones BH, Cowan DN, Tomlinson JP, Robinson JR, Polly DW and Frykman PN. Epidemiology of injuries associated with physical training among young men in the Army. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 25: 197-203.

Jones BH, Reynolds KL, Rock PB and Moore MP. Exercise-related musculoskeletal injuries: risks, prevention, and care. In: Resource Manual for Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, edited by Durstine JL Philadelphia, PA: Lea & Febiger, 1993, p 378-393.

King N, Fridlund KE and Askew EW. Nutrition issues of military women. J Am Col Nutri 12: 344-348.

King N, Mutter SH, Roberts DE, Sutherland MR and Askew EW. Cold weather field evaluation of the 18-man arctic try pack ration module, the meal, ready-to-eat, and the long life ration packet. Military Medicine 158: 458-465.

Knapik J, Ang P, Reynolds K and Jones B. Physical fitness, age, and injury incidence in infantry soldiers. Journal of Occupational Medicine 35: 598-603.

Knapik J, Zoltick J, Rottner HC, Phillips J, Bielenda CC, Jones BH and Drews F. Relationships between self-reported physical activity and physical fitness in active men. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 9: 203-208.

Kolka MA. Heat acclimation. In: Intermittent High Intensity Exercise: Preparation, Stresses, and Damage Limitation, edited by Maclead DAD, Maughan RJ, Williams C, Madeley CR, Sharp JCM and Nutton RW London, United Kingdom: Chapman and Hall, 1993, p 391-401.

Kolka MA, Quigley MD, Blanchard LA, Toyota DA and Stephenson LA. Validation of a temperature telemetry system during moderate and strenuous exercise. Journal of Thermal Biology 18: 203-210.

Kolka MA, Stephenson LA, Santee WR, Cadarette BS, Schamber DW and Gonzalez RR. Anticholinesterase administration during acute altitude exposure Comparative responses to exercise-heat stress of two chemical protective garments. Journal of Thermal Biology 18: 507-514.

Kraemer WJ, Dziados E, Marchitelli LJ, Gordon SE, Harman EA, Mello R, Fleck SJ, Frykman PN and Triplett NT. Effects of different heavy-resistance exercise protocols on plasmab-endorphin concentrations. Journal of Applied Physiology 74: 450-459.

Kraemer WJ, Fleck SJ, Dziados JE, Harman EA, Marchitelli LJ, Gordon SE, Mello R, Frykman PN, Koziris LP and Triplett NT. Changes in hormonal concentrations after different heavy-resistant exercise protocols in women. Journal of Applied Physiology 75: 594-604.

Malconian MK, Rock PB, Reeves JT, Cymerman A and Houston CS. Operation Everest II: gas tensions in expired air and arterial blood at extreme altitude. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 64: 37-42.

Martinez-Lopez LE, Friedl KE, Moore RJ and Kramer TR. A longitudinal study of infections and injuries of Ranger students. Military Medicine 158: 433-437.

Matthew CB. Ambient temperature effects on thermoregulation and endurance in anticholinesterase-treated rats. Life Sciences 52: 1343-1349.

Matthew CB, Durkot MJ and Patterson DR. Fluid shifts induced by the administration of 7/5% sodium chloride in 6% dextran 70 (HSD) in dehydrated swine. Circulatory Shock 150-155.

Meiselman H and Lieberman HR. Mood and performance foods. In: Health Attributes of Functional Foods, 1993, p 126-146.

Montain SJ and Coyle EF. Influence of the timing of fluid ingestion on temperature regulation during exercise. Journal of Applied Physiology 75: 688-695.

Moore RJ, Friedl KE, Tulley RT and Askew EW. Maintenance of iron status in healthy men during an extended period of stress and physical activity. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 58: 923-927.

Pandolf KB. Importance of environmental factors for exercise testing and exercise prescription. In: Exercise Testing and Exercise Prescription for Special Cases - Theoretical Basis and Clinical Application, edited by Skinner JS Philadelphia, PA: Lea & Febiger, 1993, p 87-109.

Reeves JT, McCullough RE, Moore LGCA and Weil JV. Sea-level PCO2 relates to ventilatory acclimatization at 4300 m. Journal of Applied Physiology 75: 1117-1122.

Rock PB, Kraemer WJ, Fulco CS, Trad LA, Malconian MK, Rose MS, Young PM and Cymerman A. Effects of altitude acclimatization on fluid regulatory hormone response to submaximal exercise. Journal of Applied Physiology 75: 1208-1215.

Sawka MN, Wenger CB, Young AJ and Pandolf KB. Physiological responses to exercise in the heat. In: Nutritional Needs in Hot Environments, edited by Marriott BM Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1993, p 55-74.

Sharp MA, Harman EA, Boutilier BE, Bovee MW and Kraemer WJ. Progressive resistance training program for improving manual materials handling performance. Work 3: 62-68.

Shitzer A, Stroschein LA, Gonzalez RR and Pandolf KB. Lumped parameter finger tip model exhibiting cold induced vasodilatation. In: Advances in Bioheat and Mass Transfer Microscale Analysis of Thermal Injury Processes Instrumentation Modeling Clinical Applications, HTD-Vol 268, Book No H00879, edited by Roemer RB New York, NY: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1993, p 61-67.

Shukitt-Hale B, Stillman MJ, Levy A, Devine JA and Lieberman HR. Nimodipine prevents the in vivo decrease in hippocampal extracellular acetylcholine produced by hypobaric hypoxia. Brain Research 621: 291-295.

Stephenson LA and Kolka MA. Thermoregulation in women. In: Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews, edited by Holloszy JO Baltimore, MD: Williams and Wilkins, 1993, p 231-262.

Stillman MJ, Shukitt-Hale B, Kong RM, Levy A and Lieberman HR. Elevation of hippocampal extracellular acetylcholine levels by methoctramine. Brain Research Bulletin 32: 385-389.

Taylor HL and Orlansky JO. The effects of wearing protective chemical warfare combat clothing on human performance. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 64: A1-A41.

Tharion WJ, Kobrick JL, Lieberman HR and Fine BJ. Effects of caffeine and diphenhydramine on auditory evoked cortical potentials. Perceptual Motor Skills 76: 707-715.

Tharion WJ, Rice V, Sharp MA and Marlowe BE. The effects of litter carrying on rifle shooting. Military Medicine 158: 566-570.

Vogel JA, Rock PB, Jones BH and Havenith G. Environmental considerations in exercise testing and training. In: Resource Manual for Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, edited by Durstine JL, King AC and Painter PL Philadelphia, PA: Lea & Febiger.

Welsh CH, Wagner PD, Reeves JT, Lynch D, Cink TM, Armstrong J, Malconian MK, Rock PB and Houston CS. Operation Everest II: spirometric and radiographic changes in acclimatized humans at simulated high altitudes. American Review of Respiratory Disease 147: 1239-1244.

Wenger B, Quigley MD and Kolka MA. Seven-day pyridostigmine administration and thermoregulation during rest and exercise in dry heat. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 64: 905-911.

Wesensten NJ, Crowley J, Balkin T, Kamimori G, Iwanyk E, Pearson N, Devine J, Belenky G and Cymerman A. Effects of simulated high altitude exposure on long-latency event-related brain potentials and performance. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 64: 30-36.

Young AJ, Sawka MN, Quigley MD, Cadarette BS, Neufer PD, Dennis RC and Valeri CR. Role of thermal factors on aerobic capacity improvements with endurance training. Journal of Applied Physiology 75: 49-54.

Zhuang J, Droma T, Sun S, Janes C, McCullough RE, McCullough RG, Cymerman A, Huang SY, Reeves JT and Moore LG. Hypoxic ventilatory responsiveness in Tibetan compared with Han residents of 3,658 m. Journal of Applied Physiology 74: 303-311.

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