Peer-Review Journal Articles


Cowan DN, Robinson JR, Jones BH, Polly DW and Berrey BH. Consistency of visual assessments of arch height among clinicians. Foot & Ankle International 15: 213-217.

Dettori JR and Basmania CJ. Early ankle mobilization, part II: a one-year follow-up of acute, lateral ankle sprains. Military Medicine 159: 20-24.

Dettori JR, Basmania CJ, Pearson BD and Lednar WM. Early ankle mobilization, part I: the immediate effect on acute, lateral ankle sprains (A randomized clinical trial). Military Medicine 159: 20-24.

Fine B, Kobrick JL, Lieberman HR, Marlowe B, Riley R and Tharion WJ. Effects of caffeine or diphenhydramine on visual vigilance. Psychopharmacology 114: 233-238.

Francesconi RP, Leva NM, Johnson CR and Hubbard RW. Potassium deficiency in rats: effects on rates of dehydration and electrolyte homeostasis. Journal of Thermal Biology 19: 129-134.

Freund BJ, O'Brien C and Young AJ. Alcohol ingestion and temperature regulation during cold exposure. Journal of Wilderness Medicine 5: 88-98.

Friedl KE. Performance-enhancing substances: effects, risks, and appropriate alternatives. In: Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning, edited by Baechle TR Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 1994, p 188-209.

Friedl KE, Moore RJ, Martinez-Lopez LE, Vogel JA, Askew EW, Marchitelli LJ, Hoyt RW and Gordon CC. Lower limit of body fat in healthy active men. Journal of Applied Physiology 77: 933-940.

Fulco CS, Cymerman A, Muza SR, Rock PB, Pandolf KB and Lewis SF. Adductor pollicis muscle fatigue during acute and chronic altitude exposure and return to sea level. Journal of Applied Physiology 77: 179-183.

Fulco CS, Rock PB, Trad LA, Rose MS, Forte VA, Young PM and Cymerman A. Effect of caffeine on submaximal exercise performance at altitude. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 65: 539-545.

Gibson P, Auerbach M, Giblo J, Teal W and Endrusick TL. Interlaboratory evaluation of a new sweating guarded hot plate test method (ISO 11092). Journal of Thermal Insulation and Building Envelopes 18: 182-200.

Harman E. Biomechanics of resistance exercise. In: Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning, edited by Baechle TR Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 1994, p 19-50.

Harman E. Resistance training modes: a biomechanical perspective. Strength and Conditioning 16: 59-65.

Harman EA. Biomechanical factors in human strength. Strength and Conditioning 16: 46-53.

Haugland RP, You W, Paragas VB, Wells KS and DuBose DA. Simultaneous visualization of GT- and F-Actin in endothelial cells. The Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry 3: 345-350.

Hoyt RW, Jones TE, Baker-Fulco CJ, Schoeller DA, Schoene RB, Schwartz RS, Askew EW and Cymerman A. Doubly labeled water measurement of human energy expenditure during exercise at high altitude. American Journal of Physiology 35: R966-R971.

Hoyt RW, Knapik JJ, Lanza JF, Jones BH and Staab JS. Ambulatory foot contact monitor to estimate metabolic cost of human locomotion. Journal of Applied Physiology 76: 1818-1822.

Johnson MJ, Friedl KE, Frykman PN and Moore RJ. Loss of muscle mass is poorly reflected in grip strength performance in healthy young men. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 26: 235-240.

Jones BH, Cowan DN and Knapik JJ. Exercise, training and injuries. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 18: 202-214.

Kolka MA, Stephenson LA and Gonzalez RR. Sensible heat loss after systemic anticholinergic treatment. In: Temperature Regulation, Advances in Pharmacological Sciences, edited by Milton AS Basel, Switzerland: Birkhäuser Verlag, 1994, p 165-170.

Kolka MA, Stephenson LA and Gonzalez RR. Thermoregulation in women during uncompensable heat stress. Journal of Thermal Biology 19: 315-320.

Krueger GP. Fatigue, performance, and medical error. In: Human Error in Medicine, edited by Bosner MS Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Lieberman HR. Tyrosine and stress: human and animal studies. In: Food Components to Enhance Performance, Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1994, p 277-299.

Lieberman HR and Mays M. Scenarios that illustrate potential usefullness of food components to enhance performance. In: Food Components to Enhance Performance, Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1994, p 477-479.

Matthew CB. Treatment of hyperthermia and dehydration with hypertonic saline in dextran. Shock 2: 216-221.

Matthew CB, Glenn JF, Bowers WD, Jr and Navara DK. Cholinergic drug interactions and heat tolerance. Life Sciences 54: 1237-1245.

Mazzeo RS, Brooks GA, Butterfield GE, Cymerman A, Roberts AC, Selland MA, Wolfel EE and Reeves JT. b-Adrenergic blockade does not prevent the lactate response to exercise after acclimatization to high altitude. Journal of Applied Physiology 76: 610-615.

Montain SJ, Sawka MN, Cadarette BS, Quigley MD and McKay JM. Physiological tolerance to uncompensable heat stress: effects of exercise intensity, protective clothing, and climate. Journal of Applied Physiology 77: 216-222.

Pandolf KB. Heat tolerance and aging. Experimental Aging Research 20: 275-284.

Reynolds KL, Heckel HA, Witt CE, Martin JW, Pollard JA, Knapik JJ and Jones BH. Cigarette smoking, physical fitness, and injuries in infantry soldiers. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 10: 145-150.

Rice VJ. Ergonomics and health care. Work 4: 156-161.

Rice VJ and Sharp MA. Prediction of performance on two stretcher-carry tasks. Work 4: 201-210.

Roberts DE, Sawka MN, Young AJ and Freund BJ. Pyridostigmine bromide does not alter thermoregulation during exercise in cold air. Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology 72: 788-793.

Sampson JB, Kobrick JL and Johnson RF. Measurement of subjective reactions to extreme environments: the environmental symptoms questionnaire. Military Psychology 6: 215-233.

Santee WR, Matthew WT and Blanchard LA. Effects of meteorological parameters on adequate evaluation of the thermal environment. Journal of Thermal Biology 19: 187-198.

Sharp MA. Physical fitness and occupational performance of women in the US Army. Work 19: 187-198.

Sharp MA, Knapik JJ and Schopper AW. Energy cost and efficiency of a demanding combined manual materials-handling task. Work 4: 162-170.

Shitzer A, Stroschein LA, Vital P, Gonzalez RR and Pandolf KB. Numerical analysis of an extremity in a cold environment including counter-current arterio-venous heat exchange. In: Advances in Heat and Mass Transfer in Biological Systems, HTD, edited by Hayes LJ and Roemer RB New York, NY: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1994, p 25-27.

Shukitt-Hale B, Stillman MJ, Welch DI, Levy A, Devine JA and Lieberman HR. Hypobaric hypoxia impairs spatial memory in an elevation- dependent fashion. Behavioral and Neural Biology 62: 244-252.

Sils IV, Szlyk-Modrow PC, Tartarini KA, Hubbard LJ, Glass E, Caretti DM and Darrigrand AA. Chronic implantation of nonocclusive catheters and flow probes in the splanchnic and hindlimb vasculature of the rabbit. Laboratory Animal Science 44: 319-325.

Tharion WJ, McMenemy DJ and Rauch TM. Antihistamine effects on the central nervous system, cognitive performance and subjective states. Neuropsychobiology 29: 97-104.

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