Peer-Review Journal Articles

1996

Askew EW. Cold weather and high altitude nutrition: overview of the issues. In: Nutritional Needs in Cold and in High Altitude Environments, edited by Marriott BM and Carlson SJ Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1996, p 83-93.

Chang SKW and Santee WR. Clothing insulation in a hypobaric environment. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 67: 827-834.

Comperatore CA, Lieberman HR, Kirby AW, Adams B and Crowley JS. Melatonin efficacy in aviation missions requiring rapid deployment and night operations. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 67: 520-524.

Convertino VA, Armstrong LE, Coyle EF, Mack GW, Sawka MN, Senay LC and Sherman WM. Exercise and fluid replacement: ACSM position stand. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 28: i-vii.

Cowan DN, Jones BH, Frykman PN, Polly DW, Jr, Harman EA, Rosenstein RM and Rosenstein MT. Lower limb morphology and risk of overuse injury among male infantry trainees. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 28: 945-952.

Cymerman A. The physiology of high-altitude exposure. In: Nutritional Need in Cold and High-Altitude Environments, edited by Marriott BA Washington,DC: Institute of Medicine, National Academy Press, 1996, p 295-318.

DuBose DA, Langevin RC and Morehouse DH. Thermoelectric technique to precisely control hyperthermic exposures of human whole blood. Military Medicine 161: 746-749.

Durkot MJ, Hoyt RW, Darrigrand A, Hubbard LJ, Kamimori GH and Cymerman A. Chronic hypobaric hypoxia decreases intracellular and total body water in microswine. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 114A: 117-121.

Endrusick TL. The contribution of standard military flight boots to the development of non-freezing cold injury. In: Environmental Ergonomics-Recent Progress and New Frontiers, edited by Shapiro Y, Moran DS and Epstein Y Tel Aviv: Freund Publishing House, Ltd, 1996, p 299-302.

Francesconi RP. Endocrinological and metabolic responses to acute and chronic heat exposures. In: Handbook of Physiology: Section 4, Environmental Physiology, Vol I, edited by Fregly MJ and Blatteis CM New York: Oxford University Press, 1996, p 245-260.

Freund BJ and Young AJ. Environmental influences on body fluid balance during exercise: cold exposure. In: Body Fluid Balance: Exercise and Sport, edited by Buskirk ER and Puhl SM Boca Raton: CRC Press, 1996, p 159-181.

Freund BJ and Young AJ. Influence of cold stress on body fluid balance. In: Nutritional Needs in Cold and High Altitude Environments, edited by Marriott BA Washington, DC: Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences press, 1996, p 161-179.

Fulco CS, Lewis SF, Frykman PN, Boushel R, Smith S, Harman EA, Cymerman A and Pandolf KB. Muscle fatigue and exhaustion during dynamic leg exercise in normoxia and hypobaric hypoxia. Journal of Applied Physiology 81: 1891-1900.

Gaffin SL and Hubbard R. Experimental approaches to therapy and prophylaxis for heat stress and heatstroke. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 4: 312-334.

Gagge AP and Gonzalez RR. Mechanisms of heat exchange: biophysics and physiology. In: Handbook on Adaptation to the Environment, edited by Fregly MJ and Blatteis CM New York: Oxford University Press, 1996, p 45-84.

Gardner JW, Kark JA, Karnei K, Sanborn J, Gastaldo E, Burr P and Wenger CB. Risk factors predicting exertional heat illness in male Marine Corps recruit. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 28: 939-944.

Gentile BJ, Szlyk-Modrow PC, Durkot MJ, Krestel BA, Sils IV, Tartarini KA and Alkhyyat AM. A miniswine model of acute exertional heat exhaustion. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 67: 560-567.

Hales JRS, Hubbard RW and Gaffin SL. Limitation of heat tolerance. In: Handbook of Physiology: Section 4, Environmental Physiology, Vol I, edited by Fregly MJ and Blatteis CM New York: Oxford University Press, 1996, p 285-355.

Honig A and Hoyt RW. Zur regulation des salz- und wasserhaushaltes im arteriellen sauerstoffmangel. Wehrmedizinische Monatsschrift 40: 33-43.

Hoyt RW and Honig A. Body fluid and energy metabolism at high altitude. In: Handbook of Physiology, Section 4: Environmental Physiology, edited by Blatteis CM and Fregly MJ New York: Oxford University Press for the American Physiological Society, 1996, p 1277-1290.

Hoyt RW and Honig A. Energy and macronutrient requirements for work at high altitudes. In: Nutritional Needs in Cold and High Altitude Environments, edited by Marriott BA Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences Press, 1996, p 379-392.

Hoyt RW and Honig A. Environmental influences on body fluid balance during exercise: altitude. In: Body Fluid Balance: Exercise and Sport, edited by Buskirk ER and Puhl SM Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 1996, p 183-196.

Jones BH and Smutok MA. The association of injury with physical fitness among men and women in gender integrated basic combat training units. Medical Surveillance Monthly Report 2: 8-12.

Kark JA, Burr PQ, Wenger CB, Gastaldo E and Gardner JW. Exertional heat illness in marine corps recruit training. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 67: 354-360.

King N. Cold-weather field feeding: military rations. In: Nutritional Needs in Cold and in High Altitude Environments, edited by Marriott BM and Carlson SJ Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1996, p 101-113.

Klicka MV, King N, Lavin PT and Askew EW. Assessment of dietary intakes of cadets at the US Military Academy at West Point. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 15: 273-282.

Knapik J, Harman EA and Reynolds KL. Load carriage using packs: a review of physiological, biomechanical and medical aspects. Applied Ergonomics 27: 207-216.

Knapik JJ, Banderet LE, Vogel JA, Bahrke MS and O'Connor JS. Influence of age and physical training on measures of cardiorespiratory and muscle endurance. European Journal of Applied Physiology 72: 490-495.

Knapik JJ, Hamlet MP, Thompson KJ and Jones BH. Influence of boot-sock systems on frequency and severity of foot blisters. Military Medicine 161: 594-598.

Knapik JJ, Jones BH, Vogel JA, Banderet LE, Bahrke MS and O'Connor JS. Influence of age and body mass index on measures of physical fitness in US Army soldiers. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity 4: 234-250.

Knapik JJ, Staab JE and Harman EA. Validity of an anthropometric estimate of thigh muscle cross-sectional area. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 28: 1523-1530.

Kragh JF, Jr, Jones BH, Amoroso PJ and Heekin RD. Parachuting injuries among Army Rangers: a prospective survey of an elite airborne battalion. Military Medicine 161: 416-419.

Lieberman HR and Shukitt-Hale B. Food components and other treatments that may enhance mental performance at high altitudes and in the cold. In: Nutritional Needs in Cold and in High-Altitude Environments, edited by Marriott BM and Carlson SJ Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1996, p 453-465.

Lieberman HR, Mays MZ, Shukitt-Hale B, Chinn KSK and Tharion WJ. Effects of sleeping in a chemical protective mask on sleep quality and cognitive performance. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 67: 841-848.

Matthew CB, Gentile BJ and Garrett LM. Comparison of specific pathogen-free and conventional rats under surgical and experimental stressors. Contemporary Topics 35: 62-65.

Montain SJ and Freund BJ. Environmental considerations for exercise. In: Athletic Injuries and Rehabilitation, edited by Zachazewski J, Magee DJ and Wuillen S Philadelphia: WB Saunders Company, 1996, p 262-292.

Montain SJ, Maughan RJ and Sawka MN. Fluid replacement strategies for exercise in hot weather. Athletic Therapy Today 1: 34-37.

Montain SJ, Maughan RJ and Sawka MN. Heat acclimatization strategies for 1996 Summer Olympics. Athletic Therapy Today 1: 42-46.

Muza SR, Banderet LE and Forte VA. Effects of chemical defense clothing and individual equipment on ventilatory function and subjective reactions. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 67: 1190-1197.

Muza SR, Criner GJ and Kelsen SG. Effect of lung volume on the respiratory action of the canine sternomastoid. Journal of Applied Physiology 80: 852-856.

Muza SR, Levine L, Latzka WA and Sawka MN. Inspiratory resistance effects on exercise breathing pattern relationships to chemoresponsiveness. Int J Sports Med 17: 344-350.

Nindl BC, Friedl KE, Marchitelli LJ, Shippee RL, Thomas CD and Patton JF. Regional fat placement in physically fit males and changes with weight loss. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 28: 786-793.

O'Brien C, Freund BJ, Sawka MN, McKay J, Hesslink RL and Jones TE. Hydration assessment during cold-weather military field training exercises. Arctic Medical Research 55: 20-26.

Pandolf KB. Prediction modeling of physiologic responses and human performance in the heat. In: Environmental Ergonomics: Recent Progress and New Frontiers, edited by Shapiro Y, Moran DS and Epstein Y Tel Aviv: Freund Publishing House, 1996, p 157-160.

Rice VJ. Psychophysical aspects of lifting. Work Injury Management 5: 15-16.

Rice VJ, Nindl B and Pentikis JS. Dental workers, cumulative trauma, and carpal tunnel syndrome: Who's at risk?. Journal of Safety Ergonomics 2: 218-233.

Rice VJ, Tharion WJ and Sharp MA. The effect of gender, team size, and a shoulder harness on soldier performance, Part I: A simulated carry from a remote site. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 18: 27-40.

Rice VJ, Tharion WJ and Sharp MA. The effect of gender, team size, and a shoulder harness on soldier performance, Part II: A mass-casualty simulation. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 18: 41-49.

Roach JM, Muza SR, Rock PB, Lyons TP, Lilly CM, Drazen JM and Cymerman A. Urinary leukotriene E4levels increase upon exposure to hypobaric hypoxia. Chest 110: 946-951.

Roberts AC, Butterfield GE, Cymerman A, Reeves JT, Wolfel EE and Brooks GA. Acclimitization to 4,300 m altitude decreases reliance on fat as a substrate. Journal of Applied Physiology 81: 1762-1771.

Sawka MN and Montain SJ. Hypohydration: effects on body fluid redistribution, temperature regulation and exercise-heat tolerance. In: Environmental Ergonomics: Recent Progress and New Frontiers, edited by Shapiro Y, Moran DS and Epstein Y Tel Aviv: Freund Publishing House, 1996, p 53-56.

Sawka MN, Joyner MJ, Robertson RJ, Spriet LL and Young AJ. The use of blood doping as an ergogenic aid: ACSM position stand. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 28: i-viii.

Sawka MN, Montain SJ and Latzka WA. Body fluid balance during exercise-heat exposure. In: Body Fluid Balance: Exercise and Sport, edited by Buskirk ER and Puhl SM Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 1996, p 139-157.

Sawka MN, Young AJ, Rock PB, Lyons TP, Boushel R, Freund BJ, Muza SR, Cymerman A, Dennis RC, Pandolf KB and Valeri CR. Altitude acclimatization and blood volume: effects of exogenous erythrocyte volume expansion. Journal of Applied Physiology 81: 636-642.

Schlagenhauf P, Steffen R, Lobel H, Johnson RF, Letz R, Tschopp A, Vranjes N, Bergvist Y, Ericsson O, Hellgren U, Rombo L, Mannino S, Handschin J and Sturchler D. Mefloquine tolerability during chemoprophylaxis: focus on adverse event assessments, stereochemistry and compliance. Tropical Medicine and International Health 1: 485-494.

Shitzer A, Stroschein LA, Gonzalez RR and Pandolf KB. Application of a lumped-parameter heat exchange model to cold-induced temperature and blood flow measurements in the finger-tip. Journal of Thermal Biology 21: 213-222.

Shitzer A, Stroschein LA, Gonzalez RR and Pandolf KB. Lumped-parameter tissue temperature-blood perfusion model of a cold-stressed fingertip. Journal of Applied Physiology 80: 1829-1834.

Shukitt-Hale B and Lieberman HR. The effects of altitude on cognitive performance and mood states. In: Nutritional Needs in Cold and in High-Altitude Environments, edited by Marriott BM and Carlson SJ Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1996, p 435-451.

Shukitt-Hale B, Kadar T, Marlowe BE, Stillman MJ, Galli RL, Levy A, Devine JA and Lieberman HR. Morphological alterations in the hippocampus following hypobaric hypoxia. Human Experimental Toxicology 15: 312-319.

Shukitt-Hale B, Stillman JJ and Lieberman HR. Tyrosine adminstration prevents hypoxia-induced decrements in learning and memory. Physiology and Behavior 59: 867-871.

Spiers PA, Myers D, Hochanadel GS, Lieberman HR and Wurtman RJ. Citicoline improves verbal memory in aging. Archives of Neurology 53: 441-448.

Stephenson LA. Circadian timekeeping. In: Fever: Basic Mechanisms and Management, edited by Mackawiak PA Philadelphia: Raven Press, 1996, p 59-75.

Stillman MJ, Shukitt-Hale B, Galli RL, Levy A and Lieberman HR. Effects of M2 antagonists on in vivo hippocampal acetylcholine levels. Brain Research Bulletin 41: 221-226.

Sun S, Oliver-Pickett C, Ping Y, Micco AJ, Droma T, Zamudio S, Zhuang J, Huang S, McCullough RG, Cymerman A and Moore LG. Breathing and brain blood flow during sleep in patients with chronic mountain sickness. Journal of Applied Physiology 81: 611-618.

Sutton JR, Reeves JT, Groves BM, Wagner PD, Green HJ, Garner SH, Hultgren HN, Cymerman A and Houston CS. Lessons from Operation Everest II. Japanese Journal of Mountain Medicine 16: 11-17.

Szlyk-Modrow PC, Francesconi RP and Hubbard RW. Integrated control of body fluid balance during exercise. In: Body Fluid Balance: Exercise and Sport, edited by Buskirk ER and Puhl SM Boca Raton: CRC Press, 1996, p 117-136.

Tartarini KA, Sils IV and Szlyk-Modrow PC. Comparison of blood pressure measurements using vascular access ports and conventional catheters. Laboratory Animal Science 35: 57-61.

Warber JP, Haddad EH, Hodgkin GE and Lee JW. Foodservice specialists exhibit lack of knowledge in identifying whole-grain products. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 96: 796-798.

Young AJ. Human adaptations to cold stress. In: Physiological Basis of Occupational Health: Stressful Environments, edited by Shiraki K, Sagawa S and Yousef MK Amsterdam, The Netherlands: SPB Academic Publishing, 1996, p 53-67.

Young AJ, Sawka MN and Pandolf KB. Physiology of cold exposure. In: Nutritional Needs in Cold and High Altitude Environments, edited by Marriott BA Washington, DC: Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences Press, 1996, p 127-147.

Young AJ, Sawka MN, Muza SR, Boushel R, Lyons T, Rock PB, Freund BJ, Waters R, Cymerman A, Pandolf KB and Valeri CR. Effects of erythrocyte infusion on VO2max at high altitude. Journal of Applied Physiology 81: 252-259.

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