Simon Hodder
Simon Hodder
Senior Lecturer - Environmental Ergonomics Research Centre, Loughborough University
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The effects of solar radiation on thermal comfort
SG Hodder, K Parsons
International journal of biometeorology 51 (3), 233-250, 2007
1492007
Characteristics of habituation to motion in a virtual environment
PA Howarth, SG Hodder
Displays 29 (2), 117-123, 2008
932008
Thermal comfort in chilled ceiling and displacement ventilation environments: vertical radiant temperature asymmetry effects
SG Hodder, DL Loveday, KC Parsons, AH Taki
Energy and Buildings 27 (2), 167-173, 1998
881998
Reducing muscle temperature drop after warm-up improves sprint cycling performance
SH Faulkner, RA Ferguson, N Gerrett, M Hupperets, SG Hodder, ...
Med Sci Sports Exerc 45 (2), 359-365, 2013
812013
Displacement ventilation environments with chilled ceilings: thermal comfort design within the context of the BS EN ISO7730 versus adaptive debate
DL Loveday, KC Parsons, AH Taki, SG Hodder
Energy and Buildings 34 (6), 573-579, 2002
782002
Why wet feels wet? A neurophysiological model of human cutaneous wetness sensitivity
D Filingeri, D Fournet, S Hodder, G Havenith
Journal of neurophysiology 112 (6), 1457-1469, 2014
702014
A comparison between the technical absorbent and ventilated capsule methods for measuring local sweat rate
NB Morris, MN Cramer, SG Hodder, G Havenith, O Jay
Journal of applied physiology 114 (6), 816-823, 2013
592013
Heart rate and body temperature responses to extreme heat and humidity with and without electric fans
NM Ravanelli, SG Hodder, G Havenith, O Jay
Jama 313 (7), 724-725, 2015
542015
Designing for thermal comfort in combined chilled ceiling/displacement ventilation environments/Discussion
DL Loveday, KC Parsons, AH Taki, SG Hodder
ASHRAE transactions 104, 901, 1998
491998
The role of decreasing contact temperatures and skin cooling in the perception of skin wetness
D Filingeri, B Redortier, S Hodder, G Havenith
Neuroscience letters 551, 65-69, 2013
452013
Should electric fans be used during a heat wave?
O Jay, MN Cramer, NM Ravanelli, SG Hodder
Applied ergonomics 46, 137-143, 2015
442015
A database of static clothing thermal insulation and vapor permeability values of non-Western ensembles for use in ASHRAE standard 55, ISO 7730, and ISO 9920
G Havenith, K Kuklane, J Fan, S Hodder, Y Ouzzahra, K Lundgren, Y Au, ...
ASHRAE Trans 121 (1), 197-215, 2015
422015
Thermal and tactile interactions in the perception of local skin wetness at rest and during exercise in thermo-neutral and warm environments
D Filingeri, B Redortier, S Hodder, G Havenith
Neuroscience 258, 121-130, 2014
412014
Design data for footwear: sweating distribution on the human foot
CJ Smith, CA Machado‐Moreira, G Plant, S Hodder, G Havenith, ...
International Journal of Clothing Science and Technology, 2013
392013
Warm temperature stimulus suppresses the perception of skin wetness during initial contact with a wet surface
D Filingeri, B Redortier, S Hodder, G Havenith
Skin Research and Technology 21 (1), 9-14, 2015
282015
Interaction between environmental temperature and hypoxia on central and peripheral fatigue during high-intensity dynamic knee extension
A Lloyd, M Raccuglia, S Hodder, G Havenith
Journal of Applied Physiology 120 (6), 567-579, 2016
262016
External muscle heating during warm-up does not provide added performance benefit above external heating in the recovery period alone
SH Faulkner, RA Ferguson, SG Hodder, G Havenith
European journal of applied physiology 113 (11), 2713-2721, 2013
262013
Body mapping of cutaneous wetness perception across the human torso during thermo-neutral and warm environmental exposures
D Filingeri, D Fournet, S Hodder, G Havenith
Journal of Applied Physiology 117 (8), 887-897, 2014
242014
Tactile cues significantly modulate the perception of sweat-induced skin wetness independently of the level of physical skin wetness
D Filingeri, D Fournet, S Hodder, G Havenith
Journal of neurophysiology 113 (10), 3462-3473, 2015
232015
The interactive effect of cooling and hypoxia on forearm fatigue development
A Lloyd, S Hodder, G Havenith
European journal of applied physiology 115 (9), 2007-2018, 2015
222015
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