Nigel A.S. Taylor
Nigel A.S. Taylor
Centre for Human and Applied Physiology (retired), School of Medicine, University of Wollongong
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Human physiological responses to cold exposure
JM Stocks, NAS Taylor, MJ Tipton, JE Greenleaf
Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine 75 (5), 444-457, 2004
3272004
Regional variations in transepidermal water loss, eccrine sweat gland density, sweat secretion rates and electrolyte composition in resting and exercising humans
NAS Taylor, CA Machado-Moreira
Extreme Physiology & Medicine 2 (1), 4, 2013
2852013
Human heat adaptation
NAS Taylor
Comprehensive Physiology 4 (1), 325-365, 2014
2612014
Considerations for the measurement of core, skin and mean body temperatures
NAS Taylor, MJ Tipton, GP Kenny
Journal of Thermal Biology 46, 72-101, 2014
2402014
Static and dynamic assessment of the Biodex dynamometer
NAS Taylor, RH Sanders, EI Howick, SN Stanley
European Journal of Applied Physiology. 62 (3), 180-188, 1991
2121991
The distribution of cutaneous sudomotor and alliesthesial thermosensitivity in mildly heat‐stressed humans: an open‐loop approach
JD Cotter, NAS Taylor
Journal of Physiology 565 (1), 335-345, 2005
1682005
Challenges to temperature regulation when working in hot environments
NAS Taylor
Industrial Health 44 (3), 331-344, 2006
1582006
Preferred room temperature of young versus aged males: the influence of thermal sensation, thermal comfort, and affect
NAS Taylor, NK Allsopp, DG Parkes
The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical …, 1995
1381995
Humid heat acclimation does not elicit a preferential sweat redistribution toward the limbs
MJ Patterson, JM Stocks, NAS Taylor
American Journal of Physiology. 286 (3), R512-R518, 2004
1332004
The topography of eccrine sweating in humans during exercise
JD Cotter, MJ Patterson, NAS Taylor
European Journal of Applied Physiology. 71 (6), 549-554, 1995
1161995
Sustained and generalized extracellular fluid expansion following heat acclimation
MJ Patterson, JM Stocks, NAS Taylor
Journal of Physiology 559 (1), 327-334, 2004
1132004
A fractionation of the physiological burden of the personal protective equipment worn by firefighters
NAS Taylor, MC Lewis, SR Notley, GE Peoples
European Journal of Applied Physiology. 112 (8), 2913-2921, 2012
1122012
Redistribution of body fluids during postural manipulations
GJ Maw, IL Mackenzie, NAS Taylor
Acta Physiologica Scandinavica 155 (2), 157-163, 1995
1071995
Ratings of perceived exertion and affect in hot and cool environments
GJ Maw, SH Boutcher, NAS Taylor
European Journal of Applied Physiology. 67 (2), 174-179, 1993
1061993
Hands and feet: physiological insulators, radiators and evaporators
NAS Taylor, CA Machado-Moreira, AMJ van den Heuvel, JN Caldwell
European Journal of Applied Physiology. 114 (10), 2037-2060, 2014
1022014
Heat adaptation: guidelines for the optimisation of human performance
NAS Taylor, JD Cotter
International SportMed Journal 7 (1), 33-57, 2006
1012006
To cool, but not too cool: that is the question - immersion cooling for hyperthermia
NAS Taylor, JN Caldwell, AMJ van den Heuvel, MJ Patterson
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 40 (11), 1962-1969, 2008
912008
An evaluation of the role of skin temperature during heat adaptation
JM Regan, DJ Macfarlane, NAS Taylor
Acta Physiologica Scandinavica 158 (4), 365-375, 1996
881996
Exercise-induced skeletal muscle growth: hypertrophy or hyperplasia?
NAS Taylor, JG Wilkinson
Sports Medicine 3 (3), 190-200, 1986
881986
Ethnic differences in thermoregulation: genotypic versus phenotypic heat adaptation
NAS Taylor
Journal of Thermal Biology 31 (1-2), 90-104, 2006
862006
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