Dr Alexis R Mauger
Dr Alexis R Mauger
Senior Lecturer, University of Kent
Verified email at kent.ac.uk
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Influence of feedback and prior experience on pacing during a 4-km cycle time trial
AR Mauger, AM Jones, CA Williams
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 41 (2), 451-458, 2009
1492009
Influence of acetaminophen on performance during time trial cycling
AR Mauger, AM Jones, CA Williams
Journal of Applied Physiology 108 (1), 98-104, 2010
1042010
A new VO2max protocol allowing self-pacing in maximal incremental exercise
AR Mauger, N Sculthorpe
British journal of sports medicine 46 (1), 59-63, 2012
1032012
Transcranial direct current stimulation improves isometric time to exhaustion of the knee extensors
L Angius, B Pageaux, J Hopker, SM Marcora, AR Mauger
Neuroscience 339, 363-375, 2016
632016
Conventional testing methods produce submaximal values of maximum oxygen consumption
FG Beltrami, C Froyd, AR Mauger, AJ Metcalfe, F Marino, TD Noakes
Br J Sports Med 46 (1), 23-29, 2012
562012
The effect of non-contingent and accurate performance feedback on pacing and time trial performance in 4-km track cycling
AR Mauger, AM Jones, CA Williams
British Journal of Sports Medicine 45 (3), 225-229, 2011
522011
Bilateral extracephalic transcranial direct current stimulation improves endurance performance in healthy individuals
L Angius, AR Mauger, J Hopker, A Pascual-Leone, E Santarnecchi, ...
Brain stimulation 11 (1), 108-117, 2018
512018
The ergogenic effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on exercise performance
L Angius, J Hopker, AR Mauger
Frontiers in physiology 8, 90, 2017
492017
The effect of transcranial direct current stimulation of the motor cortex on exercise-induced pain
L Angius, JG Hopker, SM Marcora, AR Mauger
European journal of applied physiology 115 (11), 2311-2319, 2015
492015
The influence of acetaminophen on repeated sprint cycling performance
J Foster, L Taylor, BCR Chrismas, SL Watkins, AR Mauger
European journal of applied physiology 114 (1), 41-48, 2014
492014
Tolerance of exercise‐induced pain at a fixed rating of perceived exertion predicts time trial cycling performance
AHY Astokorki, AR Mauger
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 27 (3), 309-317, 2017
472017
The efficacy of the self-paced O2max test to measure maximal oxygen uptake in treadmill running
AR Mauger, AJ Metcalfe, L Taylor, PC Castle
Applied physiology, nutrition, and metabolism 38 (12), 1211-1216, 2013
472013
Deception of ambient and body core temperature improves self paced cycling in hot, humid conditions
PC Castle, N Maxwell, A Allchorn, AR Mauger, DK White
European journal of applied physiology 112 (1), 377-385, 2012
452012
Fatigue is a pain—the use of novel neurophysiological techniques to understand the fatigue-pain relationship
AR Mauger
Frontiers in physiology 4, 104, 2013
442013
Factors affecting the regulation of pacing: current perspectives
AR Mauger
Open Access Journal of Sports Medicine 5, 209-14, 2014
422014
Acute acetaminophen (paracetamol) ingestion improves time to exhaustion during exercise in the heat
AR Mauger, L Taylor, C Harding, B Wright, J Foster, PC Castle
Experimental physiology 99 (1), 164-171, 2014
402014
Analysis of pacing strategy selection in elite 400-m freestyle swimming
AR Mauger, J Neuloh, PC Castle
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 44 (11), 2205-2212, 2012
352012
The self-paced VO2max test to assess maximal oxygen uptake in highly trained runners
JS Hogg, JG Hopker, AR Mauger
International journal of sports physiology and performance 10 (2), 172-177, 2015
332015
The efficacy of a self-paced VO2max test during motorized treadmill exercise
J Faulkner, AR Mauger, B Woolley, D Lambrick
International journal of sports physiology and performance 10 (1), 99-105, 2015
332015
Reply to “Discussion: Efficacy of the self-paced O2max test to measure maximal oxygen uptake in treadmill running”
PCC Alexis R. Mauger, Alan J. Metcalfe, Lee Taylor
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 39 (5), 594-595, 2014
28*2014
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