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Gerrett, Nicola and Jackson, Sarah and Yates, James and Thomas, Gavin (2016) Ice Slurry Ingestion Does Not Enhance Self-paced Intermittent Exercise in the Heat. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports. ISSN Online: 1600-0838 (In Press)

Amano, T. and Gerrett, Nicola and Inuoe, Y. and Nishiyasu, T. and Havenith, G. and Kondo, N. (2016) Determination of the Maximum Rate of Eccrine Sweat Glands’ Ion Reabsorption Using the Galvanic Skin Conductance to Local Sweat Rate Relationship. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 116 (2). pp. 281-290. ISSN Print: 1439-6319 Online: 1439-6327

Gerrett, Nicola and Ouzzahra, O. and Redortier, B. and Voelcker, T. and Havenith, G. (2015) Female Thermal Sensitivity to Hot and Cold During Rest and Exercise. Physiology & Behavior, 152 (Part A). pp. 11-19. ISSN 0031-9384

Gerrett, Nicola and Thomas, Gavin and Lambeth-Mansell, Annie and Rhoden, Clare (2015) Interdisciplinary Team Supporting Squash Players to Break the Guinness World Record. Sport and Exercise Scientist, 46. pp. 10-11. ISSN 1754-3444

Gerrett, Nicola and Ouzzahra, Y. and Coleby, S. and Hobbs, S. and Redortier, B. and Voelcker, T. and Havenith, G. (2014) Thermal Sensitivity To Warmth During Rest and Exercise: A Sex Comparison. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 114 (7). pp. 1451-1462. ISSN Print: 1439-6319 Online: 1439-6327

Gerrett, Nicola and Redortier, B. and Voelcker, T. and Havenith, G. (2013) A Comparison Of Galvanic Skin Conductance and Skin Wettedness as Indicators Of Thermal Discomfort During Moderate and High Metabolic Rates. Journal of Thermal Biology, 38 (8). pp. 530-538. ISSN Online: 0306-4565

Faulkner, S. and Ferguson, R. and Gerrett, Nicola and Hupperets, M. and Hodder, S. and Havenith, G. (2013) Reducing Muscle Temperature Drop Post Warm-up Improves Sprint Cycling Performance. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 45 (2). pp. 359-365. ISSN 0195-9131

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