Peer-Review Journal Articles

1997

Amoroso PJ, Bell NS and Jones H. Injury among female and male army parachutists. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 68: 1006-1011.

Beidleman BA, Muza SR, Rock PB, Fulco CS, Lyons T, Hoyt RW and Cymerman A. Exercise responses after altitude acclimatization are retained during reintroduction to altitude. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 12: 1588-1595.

Bensel CK and Santee WR. Climate and clothing. In: Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics, edited by Salvendy G New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 1997, p 910-932.

Clarkson E, Cameron S, Osmon P, McGraw C, Smutok M, Stetts D and Underwood F. Oxygen consumption, heart rate, and rating of perceived exertion in young adult women during backward walking at different speeds. Journal of Orthopaedics & Sports Physical Therapy 25: 113-118.

Cymerman A and Fulco CS. Does training and/or residence at altitude improve sea-level maximal aerobic power and endurance performance?. In: Tenth International Symposium on Hypoxia and Mountain Medicine, edited by Houston CS and Coates G, Burlington, VT: Queen City Printers, Inc, 1997, p 100-106.

Forte VA, Burse RL and Cymerman A. Blood oxygen saturation measured in the presence of a mixture of cyclopropane, sulfur hexafluorid, and ethane. European Journal of Applied Physiology 75: 68-74.

Forte VA, Leith DE, Muza SR, Fulco CS, Malconian MK, Rock PB and Cymerman A. Ventilatory capacities at sea level and high altitude. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 68: 488-493.

Francesconi RP, Willis JS, Gaffin SL and Hubbard RW. On the trail of potassium in heat injury. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 8: 105-110.

Friedl KE and Hoyt RW. Development and biomedical testing of military operational rations. Annual Review of Nutrition 17: 51-75.

Friedl KE and Vogel JA. Validity of percent body fat predicted from circumferences: classification of men for weight control regulations. Military Medicine 162: 194-200.

Gabaree CLV, Kolka MA, Mair B and Stephenson LA. Effects of topical skin protectant on heat exchange in humans. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 68: 1019-1024.

Gentile BJ, Durkot MJ, Krestel BA, Sils IV, Tartarini KA, English DA and Alkhyyat AM. Effects of almitrine bismesylate in a microwswine model of hypoxemic hypothermia. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 68: 824-828.

Gonzalez RR, McLellan TM, Withey WR, Chang K and Pandolf KB. Heat strain models applicable for protective clothing systems: comparison of core temperature response. Journal of Applied Physiology 83: 1017-1032.

Haff G, Stone M, O'Bryant H, Harman EA, Dinan C, Johnson RF and Han K. Force-time dependent characteristics of dynamic and isometric muscle actions. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 11: 269-272.

Hoyt RW and Weyand PG. Advances in ambulatory monitoring: using foot contact time to estimate the metabolic cost of locomotion. In: Emerging Technologies for Nutrition Research, Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1997, p 315-343.

Johnson RF and Kobrick JL. Effects of wearing chemical protective clothing on rifle marksmanship and on sensory and psychomotor tasks. Military Psychology 9: 301-314.

Knapik JJ, Ang P, Meiselman H, Johnson W, Kirk J, Bensel C and Hanlon W. Soldier performance and strenuous road marching: influence of load mass and load distribution. Military Medicine 162: 62-67.

Kolka MA and Stephenson LA. Effect of luteal phase elevation in core temperature on the control of skin blood flow during exercise. Journal of Applied Physiology 82: 1079-1083.

Kolka MA and Stephenson LA. Interaction of menstrual cycle phase, clothing resistance and exercise on thermoregulation in women. Journal of Thermal Biology 22: 137-141.

Kolka MA and Stephenson LA. Resetting the thermoregulatory set-point by endogenous estradiol or progesterone in women. In: Thermoregulation, edited by Blatteis CM New York: New York Academy of Sciences, 1997, p 204-207.

Kolka MA, Levine L and Stephenson LA. Use of ingestible telemetry sensor to measure core temperature under chemical protective clothing. Journal of Thermal Biology 22: 343-349.

Kraning KK and Gonzalez RR. A mechanistic computer simulation of human work in heat that accounts for physical and physiological effects of clothing, aerobic fitness, and progressive dehydration. Journal of Thermal Biology 22: 331-342.

Krueger GP and Banderet LE. Effects of chemical protective clothing on military performance: a review of the issues. Military Psychology 9: 251-286.

Latzka WA, Sawka MN, Skriner G, Fielding RA, Montain SJ and Pandolf KB. Hyperhydration: thermoregulatory effects during compensable exercise-heat stress. Journal of Applied Physiology 83: 860-866.

Lee DT, Toner MM, McArdle WD, Vrahas IS and Pandolf KB. Thermal and metabolic responses to cold-water immersion at knee, hip and shoulder levels. Journal of Applied Physiology 82: 1523-1530.

Lieberman HR and Coffey BP. New techniques for assessment of mental performance in the field. In: Emerging Technologies for Nutrition Research, edited by Carlson-Newberry SJ and Costello RB Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1997, p 533-549.

Lieberman HR, Askew EW, Hoyt RW, Shukitt-Hale B and Sharp MA. Effects of 30 days of undernutrition on plasma neurotransmitter precursors, other amino acids, and behavior. Nutritional Biochemistry 8: 119-126.

Matthew CB. Heat acclimation in telemetry equipped rat. Journal of Thermal Biology 22: 275-280.

Matthew CB. Telemetry augments the validity of the rat as a model for heat acclimation. Annals NY Academy of Sciences 813: 233-238.

Montain SJ, Laird JE, Latzka WA and Sawka MN. Aldosterone and vasopressin responses in the heat: hydration level and exercise intensity effects. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 29: 661-668.

Montain SJ, Shippee RL, Tharion WJ, Kramer TR and Wilcox R. Carbohydrate-electrolyte solution effects on physical performance of military tasks. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 68: 384-391.

Muza SR, Rock PB, Fulco CS, Zumudio S, Braun B, Reeves JT, Butterfield GE and Moore LG. Influence of menstrual cycle phase on ventilatory acclimatization. Hypoxia: Women at Altitude 10: S1-S7.

Nindl BC, Friedl KE, Frykman PN, Marchitelli LJ, Shippee RL and Patton JF. Physical performance and metabolic recovery among lean, healthy males following a prolonged energy deficit. International Journal of Sports Medicine 18: 1-8.

Pandolf KB. Aging and human heat tolerance. Experimental Aging Research 23: 69-105.

Patton JF. Measurement of oxygen uptake with portable equipment. In: Emerging Technologies for Nutrition Research: Potential for Assessing Military Performance Capability, edited by Carlson-Newberry SJ and Costello RB Washington, DC: National Academy Press, Committee on Military Nutrition Research, Institute of Medicine, 1997, p 297-314.

Reardon MJ, Gonzalez RR and Pandolf KB. Applications of predictive environmental strain models. Military Medicine 162: 136-140.

Rock PB, Muza SR, Fulco CS, Beidleman BA, Cymerman A, Braun B, Zamudio S, Mawson JT, Dominick SB, Reeves JT, Butterfield GE and Moore LG. Effect of menstrual cycle on incidence of acute mountain sickness in women: preliminary results for two studies. Acta Andina VI: 174-177.

Schlagenhauf P, Lobel H, Steffen R, Johnson RF, Popp K, Tschopp A, Letz R and Crevoisier C. Tolerance of mefloquine by Swissair trainee pilots. American Journal of Tropical Medicine 56: 235-240.

Sharp MA, Rice VJ, Nindl BC and Williamson TL. Effects of team size on the maximum weight bar lifting strength of military personnel. Human Factors 39: 481-488.

Shitzer A, Stroschein LA, Sharp MW, Gonzalez RR and Pandolf KB. Simultaneous measurements of finger-tip temperatures and blood perfusion rates in a cold environment. Journal of Thermal Biology 22: 159-167.

Shitzer A, Stroschein LA, Vital P, Gonzalez RR and Pandolf KB. Numerical analysis of an extremity in a cold environment including countercurrent arterio-venous heat exchange. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering 119: 179-186.

Shukitt-Hale B, Askew EW and Lieberman HR. Effects of 30 days of undernutrition on reaction time, moods, and symptoms. Physiology and Behavior 62: 783-789.

Stillman MJ, Shukitt-Hale B, Coffey BP, Levy A and Lieberman HR. In vivo hippocampal acetylcholine release during exposure to acute stress. Stress 1: 191-199.

Stokes JW and Banderet LE. Psychological aspects of chemical defense and warfare. Military Psychology 9: 395-415.

Tharion WJ, Montain SJ, O'Brien C, Shippee RL and Hoban JL. Effects of military exercise tasks and a carbohydrate-electrolyte drink on rifle shooting performance in two shooting positions. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 19: 31-39.

Warber JP, Cline AD and Boquist SHM. Fruit and vegetables in the service member's diet: Data from military insitutional feeding studies. Military Medicine 162: 468-471.

Wenger CB. Thermoregulation. In: Fitzpatrick's Dermatology in General Medicine, 5th Ed, edited by Freedberg IM, Katz SI and Fitzpatrick TB New York: McGraw-Hill, 1997, p 175-183.

Young AJ and Lee DT. Aging and human cold tolerance. Experimental Aging Research 23: 45-67.

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