General Heat Research Publications
Walter, E., Watt, P., Gibson, O., Willmott, A., Mitchell, D., Moreton, R. and Maxwell, N. Exercise hyperthermia induces greater changes in gastrointestinal permeability than equivalent passive hyperthermia (pilot study). Physiological Reports doi: 10.14814/phy2.14945
Gibson, Oliver, Wrightson, James and Hayes, Mark (2018). Intermittent sprint performance in the heat is not altered by augmenting thermal perception via L-menthol or capsaicin mouth rinses. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 119(3): 653-664.
Willmott, Ashley, Gibson, Oliver, James, Carl, Hayes, Mark and Maxwell, Neil (2018) Physiological and perceptual responses to exercising in restrictive heat loss attire with use of an upper-body sauna suit in temperate and hot conditions Temperature, 5(2) pp. 162-174.
James, Carl, Hayes, Mark, Willmott, Ashley, Gibson, Oliver, Flouris, Andreas, Schleder, Zachary and Maxwell, Neil (2017) Defining the determinants of endurance running performance in the heat Temperature, 4 (3). pp. 314-329.
Relf, Rebecca, Willmott, Ashley, Mee, Jessica, Gibson, Oliver, Saunders, Aaron, Hayes, Mark and Maxwell, Neil (2017) Females exposed to 24 h of sleep deprivation do not experience greater physiological strain, but do perceive heat illness symptoms more severely, during exercise-heat stress Journal of Sports Sciences, 36 (3). pp. 348-355.
James, Carl, Willmott, Ashley, Richardson, Alan, Watt, Peter and Maxwell, Neil (2016) Ischaemic preconditioning does not alter the determinants of endurance running performance in the heat European Journal of Applied Physiology, 116 (9). pp. 1735-1745.
Gibson, O., Willmott, A., James, C., Hayes, M. & Maxwell, N. (2016). Power relative to body mass best predicts change in core temperature during exercise-heat stress. Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 31 (2). pp. 403-414.
Hayes, Mark, Castle, Paul, C., Ross, Emma and Maxwell, Neil (2014) The influence of hot humid and hot dry environments on intermittent-sprint exercise performance International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 9 (3). pp. 386-396.
Gibson, Oliver, Dennis, Alex, Parfitt, Tony, Taylor, Lee, Watt, Peter and Maxwell, Neil (2013) Extracellular Hsp72 concentration relates to a minimum endogenous criteria during acute exercise-heat exposure Cell Stress & Chaperones, 19 (3). pp. 389-400.
Castle, P., Maxwell, Neil, Allchorn, A., Mauger, A.R. and White, D.K. (2012) Deception of ambient and body core temperature improves self paced cycling in hot, humid conditions European Journal of Applied Physiology, 112 (1). pp. 377-385.
Maxwell, Neil, Mackenzie, R.W.A. and Bishop, D. (2009) Influence of hypohydration on intermittent sprint performance in the heat International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 4 (1). pp. 54-67.
Bishop, D. and Maxwell, Neil (2009) Effects of active warm up on thermoregulation and intermittent-sprint performance in hot conditions Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 12 (1). pp. 196-204.
Maxwell, Neil, Castle, P.C. and Spencer, M. (2008) Effect of recovery intensity on peak power output and the development of heat strain during intermittent sprint exercise while under heat stress Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 11 (5). pp. 491-499.
Castle, Paul, Spencer, Matthew, McNaught-Davis, Paul, Watt, Peter and Maxwell, Neil (2005) Quantifying heat strain and its effect on intermittent sprint exercise in male games players under climatic heat stress Journal of Physiology, P565.
Thornley, L.J., Maxwell, Neil and Cheung, S.S. (2003) Local tissue temperature effects on peak torque and muscular endurance during isometric knee extension European Journal of Applied Physiology, 90 (5-6). pp. 588-594.
Burnely, M., Doust, J.H. and Jones, A.M. (2002). Effects of prior heavy exercise, prior sprint exercise and passive warming on oxygen uptake kinetics during heavy exercise in humans, European Journal of Applied Physiology, 87(4-5)pp. 424-432.