Peer-Review Journal Articles


Amoroso PJ and Middaugh JP. Research vs public health practice: When does a study require IRB review?. Preventive Medicine 36: 250-253.

Amoroso PJ and Wenger LL. The human volunteer in military biomedical research. In: Textbooks of Military Medicine; Military Medical Ethics; volume 2, edited by Beam TE Washington, DC: Office of the Surgeon General, 2003, 563-660.

Beidleman BA, Muza SR, Fulco CS, Cymerman A, Ditzler DT, Stulz D, Staab JE, Robinson SR, Skrinar GS, Lewis SF and Sawka MN. Intermittent altitude exposures improve muscular performance at 4,300 m. Journal of Applied Physiology 95: 1824-1832.

Bell NS, Williams JO, Senier L, Strowman SR and Amoroso PJ. The reliability and validity of the self-reported drinking measures in the Army's Health Risk Appraisal survey. Alcohol: Clinical and Experimental Research 27: 826-834.

Bovill ME. Nutrition knowledge and supplement use among elite US Army soldiers. Military Medicine 168: 997-1000.

Bundle MW, Hoyt RW and Weyand PG. High speed running performance: a new approach to assessment and prediction. Journal of Applied Physiology 95: 1955-1962.

Cadarette BS, Levine L, Staab JE, Kolka MA, Correa MM, Whipple M and Sawka MN. Upper body cooling during exercise-heat stress wearing the improved toxicological agent protective system for HAZMAT operations. American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal 64: 510-515.

Castellani JW. Physiology of Heat Stress. In: Exertional Heat Illnesses, edited by Armstrong LE 2003, p 1-15.

Castellani JW, Stulz DA, DeGroot DW, Blanchard LA, Cadarette BS, Nindl BC and Montain SJ. Eighty-four hours of sustained operations alter thermoregulation during cold exposure. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 35: 175-181.

Cheuvront SN. The Zone Diet phenomenon: a closer look at the science behind the claims. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 22: 9-17.

Cheuvront SN, Carter III R and Sawka MN. Fluid balance and endurance exercise performance. Current Sports Medicine Reports 2: 202-208.

Cheuvront SN, Kolka MA, Cadarette BS, Montain SJ and Sawka MN. Efficacy of intermittent, regional microclimate cooling. Journal of Applied Physiology 94: 1841-1848.

DeGroot DW, Castellani JW, Williams JO and Amoroso PJ. Epidemiology of US Army cold weather injuries, 1980-1999. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 74: 564-570.

DeGroot DW, Devine JA and Fulco CS. Incidence of adverse reactions from 23,000 exposures to simulated terrestrial altitudes up to 8900 m. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 74: 994-997.

DuBose DA, Wenger CB, Flinn SD, Judy TA, Dubovtsev AI and Morehouse DH. Distribution and mitogen response of peripheral blood lymphocytes after exertional heat injury. Journal of Applied Physiology 95: 2381-2389.

Dunn WR, Lincoln AE, Hinton RY, Smith GS and Amoroso PJ. Occupational disability after hospitalization for the treatment of an injury of the anterior cruciate ligament. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 85-A: 1656-1666.

Durkot MJ. Effect of nifedipine on core cooling in rats during tail cold water immersion. Journal of Thermal Biology 28: 551-554.

Evans RK, Scoville CR, Ito MA and Mello RP. Upper body fatiguing exercise and shooting performance. Military Medicine 168: 451-456.

Frykman PN, Harman EA, Opstad PK, Hoyt RW, DeLany JP and Friedl KE. Effects of a 3-month endurance event on physical performance and body composition: the G2 trans-Greenland expedition. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 14: 240-248.

Harris MD, Lincoln AE, Amoroso PJ, Stuck B and Sliney D. Laser eye injuries in military occupations. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 74: 947-952.

Hoge CW, Messer SC, Engel CC, Krauss M, Amoroso PJ, Ryan MAK and Orman DT. Priorities for psychiatric research in the US military: an epidemiological approach. Military Medicine 168: 182-185.

Holt KG, Wagenaar RC, LaFiandra ME, Kubo M and Obusek JP. Increased musculoskeletal stiffness during load carriage at increasing walking speeds maintains constant vertical excursion of the body center of mass. Journal of Biomechanics 36: 465-471.

Kemmer TM, Bovill ME, Kongsomboon W, Geisler KL, Cheney C, Shell-Duncan BK and Drewnowski A. Iron deficiency is unacceptably high in refugee children from Burma. Journal of Nutrition 133: 4143-4149.

Kolka MA, Latzka WA, Montain SJ, Corr WP, O'Brien KK and Sawka MN. Effectiveness of revised fluid replacement guidelines for military training in hot weather. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 74: 242-246.

LaFiandra M, Wagenaar RC, Holt KG and Obusek JP. How do load carriage and walking speed influence trunk coordination and stride parameters?. Journal of Biomechanics 36: 87-95.

Lieberman HR. Nutrition, brain function and cognitive performance. Appetite 245-254.

Lincoln AE, Smith GS, Amoroso PJ and Bell NS. The effect of cigarette smoking on musculoskeletal-related disability. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 43: 337-349.

Magill RA, Waters WF, Bray GA, Volaufova J, Smith SR, Lieberman HR, McNevin N and Ryan DH. Effects of tyrosine, phentermine, caffeine d-amphetamine, and placebo on cognitive and motor performance deficits during sleep deprivation. Nutritional Neuroscience 6: 237-246.

Montain SJ and Young AJ. Diet and physical performance. Appetite 40: 255-267.

Moran DS, Pandolf KB, Heled Y and Gonzalez RR. Combined environmental stress and physiological strain indices for physical training guidelines. Journal of Basic and Clinical Physiology and Pharmacology 14: 17-30.

Moran DS, Pandolf KB, Laor A, Heled Y, Matthew WT and Gonzalez RR. Evaluation and refinement of the Environmental Stress Index for different climatic conditions. Journal of Basic and Clinical Physiology and Pharmacology 14: 1-15.

Moran DS, Pandolf KB, Shapiro Y, Laor A, Heled Y and Gonzalez RR. Evaluation of the environmental stress Index for physiological variables. Journal of Thermal Biology 28: 43-49.

Nindl BC, Castellani JW, Young AJ, Patton JF, Khosravi MJ, Diamandi A and Montain SJ. Differential responses of IGF-I molecular complexes to military operational field training. Journal of Applied Physiology 95: 1083-1089.

Nindl BC, Kellogg MD, Khosravi MJ, Diamandi A, Alemany JA, Pietila DM, Young AJ and Montain SJ. Measurement of insulin-like growth factor-I during military operational stress via a filter paper blood spot assay. Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics 5: 455-461.

Nindl BC, Kraemer WJ, Marx JO, Tuckow AP and Hymer WC. Growth hormone molecular heterogeneity and exercise. Exercise and Sports Science Reviews 31: 161-166.

O'Brien C and Frykman PN. Peripheral responses to cold: case studies from an arctic expedition. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine 14: 112-119.

O'Brien C and Montain SJ. Hypohydration effect on finger skin termperature and blood flow during cold-water finger immersion. Journal of Applied Physiology 94: 598-603.

Pandorf CE, Nindl BC, Montain SJ, Castellani JW, Frykman PN, Leone CD and Harman EA. Reliability assessment of two militarily relevant occupational physical performance tests. Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology 28: 27-37.

Santee WR, Small MG and Blanchard LA. Application of energy cost algorithms for load carriage to field data. Journal Human-Environmental System 6: 69-76.

Sawka MN, Cheuvront SN and Kolka MA. Human adaptations to heat stress. In: Exercise, Nutrition, and Environmental Stress, Volume 3, edited by Nose H, Mack GW and Imaizumi K Carmel, IN: Cooper Publishing Group, 2003, p 129-153.

Schlagenhauf P, Tschopp A, Johnson RF, Nothdurft HD, Beck B, Schwartz E, Herold M, Krebs B, Veit O, Allwinn R and Steffen R. Tolerability of malaria chemoprophylaxis in non-immune travellers to sub-Saharan Africa: multicentre, randomised, double blind, four arm study. British Medical Journal 327: 1078-1081.

Sheehan KM, Murphy MM, Reynolds K, Creedon JF, White J and Kazel M. The response of a bone resorption market to Marine recruit training. Military Medicine 168: 797-801.

Sonna LA, Cullivan ML, Sheldon HK, Pratt RE and Lilly CM. Effect of hypoxia on gene expression by human hepatocytes (HepG2). Physiological Genomics 12: 195-207.

Sridhar A, Deuster P, Becker W, Coll R, O'Brien K and Bathalon GP. Health assessment of US Army rangers. Military Medicine 168: 1-57.

Tharion WJ, Shukitt-Hale BL and Lieberman HR. Caffeine effects on marksmanship during high-stress military training with 72 hours sleep deprivation. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine 74: 309-315.

Vann RD, Pollock NW, Pieper CF, Murdoch DR, Muza SR, Natoli MJ and Wang LY. Epidemiological modeling of acute mountin sickness (AMS). In: Hypoxia: Through the Lifecycle, edited by Roach RC, Wagner PD and Hackett PH New York: Kluwer Academic, 2003, p 355-358.

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