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Dr. Geoffrey Hartley

Schulich School of Education - School of Physical and Health Education, Assistant Professor
office: AC152-E, Centre for Physical and Health Education
email: geoffh@nipissingu.ca
tel: 705.474.3450
ext: 4201
fax: 705.474.1947
web: Dr. Geoffrey Hartley's Website

Education:

BKIH, Acadia University;
MSc, Brock University;
PhD, Brock University

Areas of Specialization:

Environmental physiology, cerebral blood flow, hyperthermia, hypoxia, neuromuscular function

Research Interests:

Integrated mechanisms of cerebral blood flow regulation, temperature regulation, exercise performance in extreme environments

Publications:

Montgomery, R.E., Hartley, G.L., Tyler, C.J., and Cheung, S.S. Effect of segmental, localized lower limb cooling on dynamic balance. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 47:66-73 (2015).

McGarr, G.W., Hartley, G.L., and Cheung, S.S. Neither short-term sprint nor endurance training enhances thermal response to exercise in a hot environment. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene 11: 47-53 (2014).

Bain, A.R., Smith, K.J., Lewis, N.C., Foster, G.E., Wildthong, K.W., Willie, C.K., Hartley, G.L., Cheung, S.S., and Ainslie, P.N. Regional changes in brain blood flow during severe passive hyperthermia; the effects of PaCO2 and extra-cranial blood flow. Journal of Applied Physiology 115: 653-9 (2013).

Hartley, G.L. and Cheung, S.S. Freely chosen cadence during a covert manipulation of ambient temperature. Motor Control 17: 34-47 (2013).

Hartley, G.L., Flouris, A.D., Plyley, M.J. and Cheung, S.S. The effect of a covert manipulation of ambient temperature on heat storage and voluntary exercise intensity. Physiology and Behavior 105: 1194-1201 (2012).

Courses Taught:

PHED 2217: Systemic Approach to Integrated Human Physiology
PHED 3046: Physical Fitness Principles, Prescription & Assessment
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