Thesis (M.Sc.) -- University of Toronto, 1998.
|Series||Canadian theses = -- Thèses canadiennes|
|The Physical Object|
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Modafinil, d-amphetamine and placebo during 64 h of sustained mental work. I. Effects on mood, fatigue, cognitive performance, and body temperature. J Sleep Res 4: – CAS This chapter presents recent evidence for the ergogenic effects of caffeine during exercise as they pertain to perceived exertion, pain and affective responses. In addition, selected laboratory applications of the perceptual methodologies presented in previous chapters are proposed for use in studying the ergogenic effects of caffeine ingestion Abstract. This chapter examines the relationship between acute exercise and physiological sexual arousal in women. The first section of the chapter provides foundational knowledge on the physiological sexual arousal response, which is characterized by increased blood flow to the genitals and subsequent vasocongestion, and then highlights the faciliatory effect of acute exercise on this :// The application of perceptual responses to exercise assessment, prescription and program monitoring has been discussed. The study and development of the perceived exertion knowledge base, however, has expanded over the years to include other perceptual and psychosocial constructs, i.e., naturally occurring muscle pain, affect, and ://
Scott H. Kollins, Erin N. Schoenfelder, Joseph S. English, Alex Holdaway, Elizabeth Van Voorhees, Benjamin R. O’Brien, Rachel Dew, Allan K. Chrisman, An exploratory study of the combined effects of orally administered methylphenidate and deltatetrahydrocannabinol (THC) on cardiovascular function, subjective effects, and performance in This study aimed to examine the effects of hypoxic training on physiological exercise intensity and recognition of exercise intensity in young men. The participants included 9 healthy young males ( ± years old, ± cm, ± kg). VO2 was measured during running with subjective exercise intensities of “somewhat hard” for 3 min and “fairly light” for 3 ://?PaperID= The effects of stride frequency manipulation on physiological and perceptual responses during backward and forward running with body weight support Masumoto, K., Denton, D., Craig-Jones, Research is unclear at this point as to the physiological effects music may have on exercise performance. New, well-designed and controlled studies are warranted. However, more important to the health and fitness educator is the exercise adherence of his/her students to the physical activity ://~lkravitz/Article folder/
Effects of music on physiological and affective responses to graded treadmill exercise in trained and untrained runners. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 19(3), pp Journal effect of Music on Performance. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of acute ingestion of modafinil (M) on time to exhaustion during high-intensity exercise. Modafinil (M) is a psychostimulant developed to Physiological and perceptual responses to exercise according to the locus of symptom limitation in COPD. Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology. , Williams M, Lewthwaite H**, Brooks D, Jensen D, Abdallah SJ*, Johnston KN. Chronic breathlessness explanations and research priorities: Findings from an international Delphi :// Edward S. Potkanowicz's 27 research works with 84 citations and reads, including: The Effects of Nicotine on the Metabolic and Hormonal Responses during Acute Cold Exposure