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Paul M. Vanderburgh, EdD, FACSM
Associate Provost
Graduate Academic Affairsgh@udayton.edu
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Selected Publications

Trubee N, Vanderburgh P, Diestelkamp W, Jackson K. Effects of heat stress and sex on pacing in marathon runners.  Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.  In press.
View this study along with the
the Runners World pre-press article coverage

Vanderburgh P.  Validity of Boston Marathon qualifying times.  International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. 8:685-687. 2013.  PDF
View this study along with Runners World and DugDug.com article coverage

Vanderburgh P. Body mass bias in exercise physiology. In An International Perspective on Topics in Sports Medicine and Sports Injury. Zaslav K., Ed. In-Tech Publishers, pp.99-112, 2012.  PDF

Vanderburgh P, Mickley N, Anloague P, Lucius K. Load carriage distance run and pushups tests: No body mass bias and occupationally relevant. Military Medicine. 176(9):1032-1036. 2011.  PDF

Vanderburgh P. Occupational relevance and body mass bias in military physical fitness tests. Medicine and Science in Sports & Exercise. 40(8):1538-1545. 2008. PDF

 

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