• Diverse Effects of Thermal Conditions on Performance of Marathon Runners 

      Gasparetto, Thadeu; Nesseler, Cornel Maria (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Heat exposure affects human performance in many ways. Both physiological (i.e., glycogen sparing, oxygen uptake, thermoregulation) and biomechanical mechanisms (i.e., contact time, knee flexion, muscle activity) are ...
    • Unbiased Decisions Among Women’s Basketball Referees 

      Gomez-Gonzalez, Carlos; Dietl, Helmut; Nesseler, Cornel Maria (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Decisions often reflect implicit biases. Ethnic, racial, and gender traits are associated with stereotypes that may influence the decision-making process. Previous research shows that referees’ decisions in men’s professional ...
    • Unmuting the organization through serious play 

      Heldal, Frode; Dehlin, Erlend; Oddane, Torild A Wathne (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      In this article, we sketch up an action research process designed to give voice to those who traditionally have not had a voice in organizations. In particular, the research process was structured around “serious play” and ...