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2017The biophysical and physiological basis for mitigated elevations in heart rate with electric fan use in extreme heat and humidityJay, Ollie; Ravanelli, Nicholas; Gagnon, Daniel; Havenith, George; Hodder, Simon; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise & Sport ScienceThe biophysical and physiological basis for mitigated elevations in heart rate with electric fan use in extreme heat and humidity, International Journal of Biometeorology, vol.61, 2, 2017,pp 313-323
2015Heart Rate and Body Temperature Responses to Extreme Heat and Humidity With and Without Electric FansJay, Ollie; Ravanelli, Nicholas; Havenith, George; Hodder, Simon; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and PerformanceHeart Rate and Body Temperature Responses to Extreme Heat and Humidity With and Without Electric Fans, JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association, vol.313, 7, 2015,pp 724-725
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
2017Sustained increases in skin blood flow are not a pre-requisite to initiate sweating during passive heat exposureJay, Ollie; Ravanelli, Nicholas; Gagnon, Daniel; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise & Sport ScienceSustained increases in skin blood flow are not a pre-requisite to initiate sweating during passive heat exposure, American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, vol.313, 2, 2017,pp R140-R148
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