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2017Higher exercise intensity delays postexercise recovery of impedance-derived cardiac sympathetic activityDavis, Glen; Graham, Kenneth; Jay, Ollie; Michael, Scott; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and PerformanceHigher exercise intensity delays postexercise recovery of impedance-derived cardiac sympathetic activity, Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, vol.42, 8, 2017,pp 834-840
2016Ice slurry ingestion leads to a lower net heat loss during exercise in the heatJay, Ollie; Morris, Nathan; Coombs, G; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and PerformanceIce slurry ingestion leads to a lower net heat loss during exercise in the heat, Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, vol.48, 1, 2016,pp 114-122
2017In-play cooling interventions for simulated match-play tennis in hot/humid conditionsBrotherhood, John; Jay, Ollie; Korder, Svenja; Lynch, Grant; Scherer, Lisa; Schranner, Daniela; Periard, Julien D; Pluim, Babette; Exercise & Sport Science; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise & Sport Science; Exercise & Sport Science; Brand and Marketing Services; Exercise & Sport ScienceIn-play cooling interventions for simulated match-play tennis in hot/humid conditions, Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, vol.49, 5, 2017,pp 991-998
2015Isolating the independent influence of body fat on thermoregulatory response to exerciseJay, Ollie; Stamatakis, Emmanuel (Emmanouil); Coombs, G; Exercise Health and Performance; School of Public Health: Public HealthIsolating the independent influence of body fat on thermoregulatory response to exercise, European Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.115, 7, 2015,pp 1601-1602
2017Longer exercise duration delays post-exercise recovery of cardiac parasympathetic but not sympathetic indicesDavis, Glen; Jay, Ollie; Michael, Scott; Graham, Kenneth; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and PerformanceLonger exercise duration delays post-exercise recovery of cardiac parasympathetic but not sympathetic indices, European Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.117, 9, 2017,pp 1897-1906
2014Maximum heat loss potential is lower in football linemen during an NCAA summer training camp because of lower self-generated air flowJay, Ollie; Bain, A.R.; Casa, Douglas; Coris, Eric; DeMartini, Julie; Deren, T.M.; Walz, S.M.; Exercise Health and PerformanceMaximum heat loss potential is lower in football linemen during an NCAA summer training camp because of lower self-generated air flow, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, vol.28, 6, 2014,pp 1656-1663
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
2016Occupational heat stress in Australian workplacesBrotherhood, John; Jay, Ollie; Exercise & Sport Science; Exercise Health and PerformanceOccupational heat stress in Australian workplaces, Temperature, vol.3, 3, 2016,pp 394-411
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
2014Running economy, not aerobic fitness, independently alters thermoregulatory responses during treadmill runningJay, Ollie; Morris, Nathan; Dervis, S; Smoljanic, J; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and PerformanceRunning economy, not aerobic fitness, independently alters thermoregulatory responses during treadmill running, Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.117, 12, 2014,pp 1451-1459
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
2017Staying warm in the cold with a hot drink: The role of visceral thermoreceptorsJay, Ollie; Morris, Nathan; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and PerformanceStaying warm in the cold with a hot drink: The role of visceral thermoreceptors, Temperature, vol.4, 2, 2017,pp 123-125
2016Submaximal exercise intensity modulates acute post-exercise heart rate variabilityDavis, Glen; Halaki, Mark; Jay, Ollie; Michael, Scott; Graham, Kenneth; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and PerformanceSubmaximal exercise intensity modulates acute post-exercise heart rate variability, European Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.116, 4, 2016,pp 697-706
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
2016To drink or to pour: How should athletes use water to cool themselves?Jay, Ollie; Morris, Nathan; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and PerformanceTo drink or to pour: How should athletes use water to cool themselves?, Temperature, vol.3, 2, 2016,pp 191-194
2014Unravelling the true influences of fitness and sex on sweating during exerciseJay, Ollie; Exercise Health and PerformanceUnravelling the true influences of fitness and sex on sweating during exercise, Experimental Physiology, vol.99, 10, 2014,pp 1265-1266
2017Warm hands, cold heart: progressive whole-body cooling increases warm thermosensitivity of human hands and feet in a dose-dependent fashionFilingeri, Davide; Jay, Ollie; Morris, Nathan; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and Performance; Exercise Health and PerformanceWarm hands, cold heart: progressive whole-body cooling increases warm thermosensitivity of human hands and feet in a dose-dependent fashion, Experimental Physiology, vol.102, 1, 2017,pp 100-112