Items by Peacock, Oliver
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Thompson, D., Peacock, O. and Western, M., 2016. Feedback from physical activity monitors is not compatible with current recommendations: A recalibration study. Preventive Medicine Item availability may be restricted.
Peacock, O., Western, M., Batterham, A., Stathi, A., Standage, M., Tapp, A., Bennett, P. and Thompson, D., 2015. Multidimensional individualised physical activity (Mi-PACT) – a technology-enabled intervention to promote physical activity in primary care:study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials, 16 (1), 381.
Bucher Sandbakk, S., Sandbakk, Ø., Peacock, O., James, P., Welde, B., Stokes, K., Bohlke, N. and Tjonna, A. E., 2015. Effects of acute supplementation of L-arginine and nitrate on endurance and sprint performance in elite athletes. Nitric Oxide: Biology and Chemistry, 48, pp. 10-15.
Western, M. J., Peacock, O. J., Stathi, A. and Thompson, D., 2015. The understanding and interpretation of innovative technology-enabled multidimensional physical activity feedback in patients at risk of future chronic disease. PLoS ONE, 10 (5), e0126156.
Thompson, D., Peacock, O., Western, M. and Batterham, A. M., 2015. Multidimensional physical activity:An opportunity not a problem. Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews, 43 (2), pp. 67-74.
Western, M., Peacock, O. and Thompson, D., 2015. A picture of health:turning complex physical activity data into meaningful and motivating multidimensional feedback. In: 29th Conference of the European Health Psychological Society, 2015-09-01 - 2015-09-05, Limassol.
Thompson, D., Peacock, O. J. and Betts, J., 2014. Substitution and compensation erode the energy deficit from exercise interventions. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 46 (2), p. 423.
Toone, R. J., Peacock, O. J., Smith, A. A., Thompson, D., Drawer, S., Cook, C. and Stokes, K. A., 2013. Measurement of steroid hormones in saliva:Effects of sample storage condition. Scandinavian Journal of Clinical & Laboratory Investigation, 73 (8), pp. 615-621.
Smith, A. A., Toone, R. J., Peacock, O., Drawer, S., Stokes, K. A. and Cook, C. J., 2013. Dihydrotestosterone is elevated following sprint exercise in healthy young men. Journal of Applied Physiology, 114 (10), pp. 1435-1440.
Western, M., Peacock, O., Stathi, A., Whittal, M. and Thompson, D., 2013. Patient preferences and understanding of technology-enabled personalised physical activity profiles in primary care:the Mi-PACT project. In: UK Society for Behavioural Medicine, 2013-12-12.
Peacock, O., Tjønna, A. E., James, P., Wisløff, U., Welde, B., Böhlke, N., Smith, A., Stokes, K. A., Cook, C. and Sandbakk, Ø., 2012. Dietary nitrate does not enhance running performance in elite cross-country skiers. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 44 (11), pp. 2213-2219.
Peacock, O. J., Thompson, D. and Stokes, K. A., 2012. Voluntary drinking behaviour, fluid balance and psychological affect when ingesting water or a carbohydrate-electrolyte solution during exercise. Appetite, 58 (1), pp. 56-63.
Peacock, O., Tjønna, A. E., James, P., Wisløff, U., Böhlke, N., Smith, A., Stokes, K., Cook, C. and Sandbakk, Ø., 2012. Acute Ingestion of Dietary Nitrate Does Not Enhance Running Performance in Highly-Trained Endurance Athletes. In: Physiological Society Conference, 2012-07-03, Edinburgh.
Peacock, O. J., Stokes, K. and Thompson, D., 2011. Initial hydration status, fluid balance, and psychological affect during recreational exercise in adults. Journal of Sports Sciences, 29 (9), pp. 897-904.
Atkinson, G., Peacock, O., St Clair Gibson, A. and Tucker, R., 2007. Distribution of power output during cycling:impact and mechanisms. Sports Medicine, 37 (8), pp. 647-667.
Atkinson, G., Peacock, O. and Law, M., 2007. Acceptability of power variation during a simulated hilly time trial. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 28 (2), pp. 157-163.
Atkinson, G., Peacock, O. and Passfield, L., 2007. Variable versus constant power strategies during cycling time-trials:prediction of time savings using an up-to-date mathematical model. Journal of Sports Sciences, 25 (9), pp. 1001-1009.