Peer-Review Journal Articles

2000

Amoroso PJ, Bell NS, Smith GS, Senier L and Pickett D. Viewpoint: A comparison of cause-of-injury coding in US military and civilian hospitals. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 18: 164-173.

Amoroso PJ, Smith GS and Bell NS. Qualitative assessment of cause-of-injury coding in US military hospitals: NATO standardization agreement (STANAG) 2050. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 18: 174-187.

Arsenault JE and Cline AD. Nutrient intakes and characteristics of normal weight, female military personnel consuming foods reduced in fat or energy content. Appetite 34: 227-233.

Bathalon GP, Tucker KL, Hays NP, Vinken AG, Greenberg AS, McCrory MA and Roberts SB. Psychological measures of eating behavior and the accuracy of 3 common dietary assessment methods in healthy postmenopausal women. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 71: 739-745.

Bell NS, Amoroso PJ, Yore MM, Smith GS and Jones BH. Self-reported risk-taking behaviors and hospitalization for motor vehicle injury among active duty Army personnel. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 18: 85-95.

Bell NS, Mangione TW, Hemenway D, Amoroso PJ and Jones BH. High injury rates among female Army trainees: a function a gender?. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 18: 141-146.

Blaha M, Bowers W, Jr, Kohl J, DuBose D, Walker J, Alkhyyat A and Wong G. Effects of CEES on inflammatory mediators heat shock protein70A histology and ulatrastructure in two skin models. Journal of Applied Toxicology 20: S101-S108.

Blaha M, Bowers WD, Jr, Kohl J, DuBose DA and Walker J. IL-1-related cytokine responses of non-immune skin cells subjected to CEES exposure with and without potential vesicant antagonists. In Vitro and Molecular Toxicology 13: 99-111.

Braun B, Mawson JT, Muza SR, Dominick SB, Brooks GA, Horning MA, Rock PB, Moore LG, Mazzeo RS, Ezeji-Okoye SC and Butterfield GE. Women at altitude: carboyhydrate utilization during exercise at 4,300 m. Journal of Applied Physiology 88: 246-256.

Cline AD, Tharion WJ, Tulley RT, Hotson N and Lieberman HR. Influence of a carbohydrate drink on nutritional status, body composition and mood during desert training. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 71: 37-44.

Comperatore CA, Lieberman HR, Kirby AW and Allen LW. The efficacy of melatonin as a componenet of the crew endurance management system during Army aviation missions. In: Current Progress in Military Neuroscience Research: Countermeasures for Battlefield Stressors, Baton Rouge, LA: Pennington Biomedical Research Foundation, 2000, p 163-178.

Coyne MD, Kesick CM, Doherty TJ, Kolka MA and Stephenson LA. Circadian rhythm changes in core temperature over the menstrual cycle: method for noninvasive monitoring. American Journal of Physiology Regulatory, Integrative, and Comparative Physiology 279: R1316-R1320.

Cymerman A, Rock PB, Muza SR, Lyons TP, Fulco CS, Mazzeo RS, Butterfield GE and Moore LG. Intraocular pressure and acclimatization to 4,300 m altitude. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 71: 1045-1050.

DuBose DA, Matthew CB, Balcius JA, Morehouse DH and Sils IV. Hyperthermic effects on reticuloendothelial system parpticulate uptake. Journal of Thermal Biology 25: 387-390.

Durkot MJ and De Garavilla L. Exercise in the heat: effects of an adenosine antagonist. International Journal of Sports Medicine 21: 270-274.

Friedl KE, Moore RJ, Hoyt RW, Marchitelli LJ, Martinez-Lopez LE and Askew EW. Endocrine markers of semistarvation in healthy lean men in a multistressor environment. Journal of Applied Physiology 88: 1820-1830.

Fulco CS, Rock PB and Cymerman A. Improving athletic performance: Is altitude residence or altitude training helpful?. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 71: 162-171.

Fulco CS, Rock PB, Muza SR, Lammi E, Cymerman A and Lewis SF. Reproducible voluntary muscle performance during constant work rate dynamic leg exercise. International Journal of Sports Medicine 21: 102-106.

Gaffin SL, Dietz FB, Brock-Utne JG, Andrews TC, Jaffee RA, Steinberg GK and Wallace RF. Rewarming from hypothermia leads to elevated plasma lipopolysaccaride concentrations. Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society 20: 1-7.

Galli R, Fine R, Thorpe B, Shukitt-Hale B and Lieberman HR. Antisense oligonicleotide sequences targeting the muscarinic Type 2 acetylcholine receptor enhance performance in the Morris water maze. International Journal of Neuroscience 103: 53-68.

Glickman-Weiss EL, Cheatham C, Caine N, Blegen M, Marcinkiewics J and Mittleman KD. The influence of gender and menstrual phase on thermosensitivity during cold water immersion. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 71: 715-722.

Gonzalez RR. Models useful for predicting human responses to the environment: application to hazard material operations. Journal of the Human-Environmental System 14: 1-10.

Gonzalez RR and Kolka MA. Prediction of anticholinergic drug response using a thermoregulatory exchange index. Journal of Thermal Biology 25: 157-163.

Grasemann H, Yandava CN, van's Gravesande KS, Deykin A, Pillari A, Sonna LA, Lilly C, Stampfer MJ, Israel E, Silverman EK and Drazen JM. A neuronal NO synthase (NOS1) gene polymorphism is associated with asthma. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 272: 391-394.

Harman EA and Pandorf C. The biomechanics of resistance exercise. In: Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning, edited by Baechle TR and Earle RW, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2000, p 25-56.

Harman EA and Pandorf CE. Principles of test selection and administration. In: Essentials of strength training and conditioning, National Strength and Conditioning Association, edited by Baechle TR and Earle RW, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2000, p 275-286.

Harman EA, Garhammer J and Pandorf C. Administration scoring and interpretation of selected tests. In: Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning, National Strength and Conditioning Association, edited by Baechle TR and Earle RW, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2000, p 287-318.

Johnson RF and Merullo DJ. Caffeine, gender, and sentry duty: effects of a mild stimulant on vigilance and marksmanship. In: Countermeasures for Battlefield Stressors, edited by Friedl K, Lieberman H, Ryan DH and Bray GA, Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2000, p 272-289.

Kenefick RW, Maresh CM, Armstrong LE, Castellani JW, Riebe D, Echegaray ME and Kavouras SA. Plasma vasopressin and aldosterone responses to oral and intravenous saline rehydration. Journal of Applied Physiology 89: 2117-2122.

Latzka WA and Sawka MN. Hyperhydration and glycerol: thermoregulatory effects during exercise in hot climates. Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology 25: 536-545.

Lieberman HR and Coffey BP. Preliminary finding from a new device for monitoring performance and environmental factors in the field. In: Pennington Center Nutrition Series, edited by Friedl K, Lieberman H, Ryan D and Bray G, Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, 2000, p 126-159.

Matthew CB and Sils IV. Flunarizine pretreatment attenuates hyperthermia-induced extravasation in rats. Pflugers Archives--European Journal of Physiology 441: 88-93.

Matthew CB, DuBose DA, Sils IV and Tartarini KA. Hyperthermia-induced changes in the vascular permeability of rats: a model system to examine therapeutic interventions. Journal of Thermal Biology 25: 381-386.

Mawson JT, Braun B, Rock PB, Moore LG, Mazzeo R and Butterfield GE. Women at altitude: energy requirement at 4,300m. Journal of Applied Physiology 88: 272-281.

Mazzeo RS, Child A, Butterfield GE, Braun B, Rock PB, Wolfel EE, Zamudio S and Moore LG. Sympathoadrenal responses to submaximal exercise in women after acclimatization to 4,300 meters. Metabolism 49: 1036-1042.

Miller M, Hemenway D, Bell NS and Yore MM. Cigarette smoking and suicide: a prospective study of 300,000 male active-duty Army soldiers. American Journal of Epidemiology 151: 1060-1063.

Moffatt RJ, Cheuvront SN and Shea JB. Nutritional and performance implications of use of addictive substances among athletes. In: Nutritional Application in Exercise and Sports, edited by Wolinsky I and Driskell JA, Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2000, p 215-228.

Montain SJ, Latzka WA and Sawka MN. Impact of muscle injury and accompanying inflammatory response on thermoregulation during exercise in the heat. Journal of Applied Physiology 89: 1123-1130.

Moran DS, Endrusick TL, Brennick JR, Cole I and Pandolf KB. Strain evaluation in cold climates during exercise by the cold strain index (CSI). In: Environmental Ergonomics IX, edited by Werner J and Hexamer Bochum, Germany: 2000, p 219-222.

Muza SR, Jackson R, Rock PB, Roach J, Lyons T and Cymerman A. Interaction of chemical defense clothing and high terrestrial altitudes on lift/carry and marksmanship performance. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 71: 668-677.

Nindl BC, Harman EA, Frykman PN, Marx JO, Gotshalk LA, Lammi E, Palmer C and Kraemer WJ. Regional body composition changes in women following 6 months of periodized physical training. Journal of Applied Physiology 88: 2251-2259.

Nindl BC, Kraemer WJ and Hymer WC. Immunofunctional vs immunoreactive growth hormone responses after resistance exercise in men and women. Growth Hormone IGF Res 10: 99-103.

O'Brien C, Young AJ, Lee DT, Shitzer A, Sawka MN and Pandolf KB. Role of core temperature as a stimulus for cold acclimation during repeated immersion in 20ÂșC water. Journal of Applied Physiology 89: 250.

Pandolf KB and Young AJ. Assessment of environmental extremes and competitive strategies. In: Endurance in Sport, edited by Shephard RJ and Astrand PO, Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications, Ltd , 2000, p 287-300.

Reynolds KL, Williams J, Miller C, Mathis A and Dettori J. Injuries and risk factors in an 18-day Marine winter mountain training exercise. Military Medicine 165: 905-910.

Robbins AS, Fonseca VP, Chao SY, Coil GA, Bell NS and Amoroso PJ. Short-term effects of cigarette smoking on hospitalization and associated lost workdays in a young health population. Tobacco Control 9: 389-396.

Sawka MN and Montain SJ. Fluid and electrolyte supplementation for exercise heat stress. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 72: 564S-572S.

Sawka MN and Young AJ. Physical exercise in hot and cold climates. In: Exercise and Sport Science, edited by Garrett WE and Kirkendale DT, Baltimore, MD: Williams and Wilkins, 2000, p 385-400.

Sawka MN, Convertino VA, Eichner ER, Schneider SM and Young AJ. Blood volume: importance and adaptations to exercise training, environmental stresses and trauma/sickness. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 32: 332-348.

Sawka MN, Latzka WA and Montain SJ. Effects of dehydration and rehydration on performance. In: Nutrition in Sport, edited by Maughan RJ, Oxford: Blackwell Science, 2000, p 216-225.

Schneider GA, Bigelow C and Amoroso PJ. Evaluating risk of re-injury among 1214 Army Airborne Soldiers using a stratified survival model. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 18: 156-163.

Schumacher JT, Creedon JF and Pope RW. Effectiveness of the parachutist ankle brace in reducing ankle injuries in an Airborne Ranger Battalion. Military Medicine 165: 944-948.

Sleet DA, Jones BH and Amoroso PJ. Military injuries and public health. An introduction. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 18: 1-3.

Smith GS, Dannenberg AL and Amoroso PJ. Hospitalization due to injuries in the military: evaluation of current data and recommendations on their use for injury prevention. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 18: 41-53.

Sonna LA, Kain JE, Hoyt RW, Muza SR and Sawka MN. Ambulatory physiological status monitoring during a mountaineering expedition. Military Medicine 165: 860-866.

Sulsky SI, Mundt KA, Bigelow C and Amoroso PJ. Case-control study of discharge from the US Army for disabling occupational knee injury. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 18: 103-111.

Warber JP, Patton JF, Tharion WJ, Zeisel SH, Mello B, Kemnitz C and Lieberman HR. The effect of choline supplementation on physical performance. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise metabolism 10: 170-181.

Young AJ. Environmental considerations. In: ACSM Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, edited by Franklin B, Baltimore,MD: Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, 2000, p 313-321.

Young AJ, O'Brien C, Sawka MN and Gonzalez RR. Physiological problems associated with wearing NBC protective clothing during cold weather. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 71: 189.

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