Journal of 
Exercise Physiologyonline
Official Journal of the American 
Society of Exercise Physiologists (ASEP)

ISSN 1097-9751
An International Electronic
Journal for Exercise Physiologists

Volume 4 Number 4 November 2001

Offered Without Charge - Our Gift to Exercise Physiologists
The Journal of Exercise Physiologyonline, published by the American Society of Exercise Physiologists (ASEP), is a professional peer reviewed Internet-based journal devoted to original research in exercise physiology. The journal is directed by the Editor-In-Chief and the Managing Editor with supporting editorial assistance via Associate Editors knowledgeable in the field of exercise physiology. JEPonline is the first electronic peer reviewed exercise physiology journal in the history of the profession. It is founded for the purpose of disseminating exercise physiology research and, thus to serve specifically the professional needs of the exercise physiologist. The Editor-In-Chief, Managing Editor, and Associate Editors welcome both empirical and theoretical articles. Please refer to the "Guidelines for Contributors" to determine writing style, length of articles, copies, and reference style.


Research Manuscripts
Body Composition
ASEP Methods Recommendation: Body Composition Assessment
Vivian Heyward
Exercise Science Program, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
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Positive and Negative Affect Association With an Acute Bout of Aerobic Exercise
Richard H. Cox, Tom R. Thomas, and Joseph E. Davis
Department of E&CP, 16 Hill Hall, University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, MO 
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Special Populations
The Effects of Exercise on Quality of Life Improvements in Cancer Survivors: The Results of a National Survey
Eric P. Durak,1 Jaime Harris2, and Susan M. Ceriale2
Medical Health and Fitness1, University of California, Santa Barbara2
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Sports Physiology
Time Course Changes and Physiological Factors Related to Central and Peripheral Determinant of Perceived Exertion in Highly Trained Adolescent Alpine Skiers
Linda M. LeMura1, Serge P. von Duvillard2, and Frank Stanek3
1Exercise Physiology Laboratory, Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg, PA,  2Human Performance Laboratory, Department of PE & Exercise Science, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, 3SensorMedics Corporation, Yorba Linda, CA
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Exercise Nutrition
D-Pinitol Augments Whole Body Creatine Retention in Man
M. Greenwood1, R.R. Kreider2, C. Rasmussen2, A.L. Almada3, and C.P. Earnest4
1Human Performance Laboratory, Department of Health, Physical Education, & Sport Sciences, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR; 2The Exercise & Sport Nutrition Laboratory, Department of Human Movement Sciences & Education, The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN; 3MetaResponse Sciences, Inc., 30131 Town Center Drive, #211, Laguna Niguel, CA; 4The Cooper Institute for Aerobic Research, Division of Epidemiology & Clinical Applications, 12330 Preston Road, Dallas, TX
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