Researcher page: Prof. Kevin Lamb

About the researcher: Prof. Kevin Lamb

Title: Prof.

Department: Sport and Exercise Sciences

Field: Exercise Physiology/Research Methods

Location: Tower 510

Phone: +44 (0)1244 513425


Fax: +44 (0)1244 511337

Research Profile

- folder: Research

A re-appraisal of the reliability of the 20 m multi-stage shuttle run test

European Journal of Applied Physiology (2007)

Reliability of ratings of perceived exertion during progressive treadmill exercise.

British Journal of Sports Medicine (1999)

Test-Retest reliability in quantitative physical education research: a commentary

European Physical Education Review (1998)

The effect of experiential anchoring on the reproducibility of exercise regulation in adolescent children

Journal of Sports Sciences (2004)

The effects of Bodymax high-repetition resistance training on measures of body composition and muscular strength in active adult women.

Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (2003)

The effects of a high carbohydrate diet on cortisol and salivary immunoglobulin A (s-IgA) during a period of increase exercise workload amongst Olympic and ironman triathletes

International Journal of Sports Medicine (2005)

The reproducibility of perceptually regulated exercise responses during short-term cycle ergometry

International Journal of Sports Medicine (2004)

Validity of a pictorial perceived exertion scale for effort estimation and effort production during stepping exercise in adolescent children

European Physical Education Review (2002)