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2015Acute acetaminophen ingestion does not alter core temperature or sweating during exercise in hot-humid conditionsJay, Ollie; Morris, Nathan; Coombs, G; Cramer, Matthew; Ravanelli, NM; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and PerformanceAcute acetaminophen ingestion does not alter core temperature or sweating during exercise in hot-humid conditions, Scandinavian Journal Of Medicine and Science In Sports, vol.25, S1, 2015,pp 96-103
2017Age modulates physiological responses during fan use under extreme heat and humidityJay, Ollie; Cramer, Matthew; Crandall, Craig; Gagnon, Daniel; Kouda, Ken; Ngo, Hai; Poh, Paula Y.S.; Romero, Steven; Exercise Health and PerformanceAge modulates physiological responses during fan use under extreme heat and humidity, Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, vol.49, 11, 2017,pp 2333-2342
2016Biophysical aspects of human thermoregulation during heat stressJay, Ollie; Cramer, Matthew; Exercise Health and PerformanceBiophysical aspects of human thermoregulation during heat stress, Autonomic Neuroscience: Basic and Clinical, vol.196, N/A, 2016,pp 3-13
2016Cardiac and Thermal Strain of Elderly Adults Exposed to Extreme Heat and Humidity With and Without Electric Fan UseJay, Ollie; Cramer, Matthew; Crandall, Craig; Gagnon, Daniel; Romero, Steven; Exercise Health and PerformanceCardiac and Thermal Strain of Elderly Adults Exposed to Extreme Heat and Humidity With and Without Electric Fan Use, JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association, vol.316, 9, 2016,pp 989-991
2011Cardiovascular strain impairs prolonged self-paced exercise in the heatCaillaud, Corinne; Cramer, Matthew; Periard, Julien; Thompson, Martin; Chapman, Phillip; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and PerformanceCardiovascular strain impairs prolonged self-paced exercise in the heat, Journal of Exercise Physiology, vol.96, N/A, 2011,pp 134-144
2014Do greater rates of body heat storage precede the accelerated reduction of self-paced exercise intensity in the heat?Jay, Ollie; Carlsen, Anthony; Cramer, Matthew; Molgat-Seon, Yannick; Ravanelli, NM; Exercise Health and PerformanceDo greater rates of body heat storage precede the accelerated reduction of self-paced exercise intensity in the heat?, European Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.114, 11, 2014,pp 2399-2410
2017Does attenuated skin blood flow lower sweat rate and the critical environmental limit for heat balance during severe heat exposure?Jay, Ollie; Cramer, Matthew; Crandall, Craig; Gagnon, Daniel; Exercise Health and PerformanceDoes attenuated skin blood flow lower sweat rate and the critical environmental limit for heat balance during severe heat exposure?, Experimental Physiology, vol.102, 2, 2017,pp 202-213
2014Evidence that transient changes in sudomotor output with cold and warm fluid ingestion are independently modulated by abdominal, but not oral thermoreceptorsJay, Ollie; Bain, A.R.; Cramer, Matthew; Morris, Nathan; Exercise Health and PerformanceEvidence that transient changes in sudomotor output with cold and warm fluid ingestion are independently modulated by abdominal, but not oral thermoreceptors, Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.116, 8, 2014,pp 1088-1095
2015Explained variance in the thermoregulatory responses to exercise: the independent roles of biophysical and fitness/fatness-related factorsJay, Ollie; Cramer, Matthew; Exercise Health and PerformanceExplained variance in the thermoregulatory responses to exercise: the independent roles of biophysical and fitness/fatness-related factors, Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.119, 9, 2015,pp 982-989
2010Neuromuscular function following prolonged intense self-paced exercise in hot climatic conditionsCaillaud, Corinne; Chapman, Phillip; Cramer, Matthew; Periard, Julien; Thompson, Martin; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise & Sport Science; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and PerformanceNeuromuscular function following prolonged intense self-paced exercise in hot climatic conditions, European Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.Published online, N/A,pp 1-9
2015A new approach for comparing thermoregulatory responses of subjects with different body sizesJay, Ollie; Cramer, Matthew; Exercise Health and PerformanceA new approach for comparing thermoregulatory responses of subjects with different body sizes, Temperature, vol.2, 1, 2015,pp 42-43
2017The optimal exercise intensity for the unbiased comparison of thermoregulatory responses between groups unmatched for body size during uncompensable heat stressJay, Ollie; Ravanelli, Nicholas; Cramer, Matthew; Imbeault, Pascal; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise & Sport ScienceThe optimal exercise intensity for the unbiased comparison of thermoregulatory responses between groups unmatched for body size during uncompensable heat stress, Physiological Reports, vol.5, 5, 2017,pp 1-14
2014Selecting the correct exercise intensity for unbiased comparisons of thermoregulatory responses between groups of different mass and surface areaJay, Ollie; Cramer, Matthew; Exercise Health and PerformanceSelecting the correct exercise intensity for unbiased comparisons of thermoregulatory responses between groups of different mass and surface area, Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.116, 9, 2014,pp 1123-1132
2015Should electric fans be used during a heat wave?Jay, Ollie; Cramer, Matthew; Hodder, Simon; Ravanelli, NM; Exercise Health and PerformanceShould electric fans be used during a heat wave?, Applied Ergonomics, vol.46, Part A, 2015,pp 137-143
2015Thermal and cardiovascular strain mitigate the potential benefit of carbohydrate mouth rinse during self-paced exercise in the heatCramer, Matthew; Periard, Julien; Thompson, Martin; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and PerformanceThermal and cardiovascular strain mitigate the potential benefit of carbohydrate mouth rinse during self-paced exercise in the heat, Frontiers in Physiology, vol.6, N/A, 2015,pp 1-9
2017Thermoregulatory responses to exercise at a fixed rate of heat production are not altered by acute hypoxiaJay, Ollie; Ravanelli, Nicholas; Coombs, G; Cramer, Matthew; Imbeault, Pascal; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise & Sport ScienceThermoregulatory responses to exercise at a fixed rate of heat production are not altered by acute hypoxia, Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.122, 5, 2017,pp 1198-1207