James David Cotter


My everyday name is Jim. I'm an exercise and environmental physiologist, interested mostly in how the stressors of exercise induce fatigue acutely and adaptation chronically. Contexts are equally in health, performance or as a basic interest. My background and current interests are mostly in effects of heat, hydrative and orthostatic stress (and less so, hypoxia) on the cardiovascular, cerebrovascular, thermoregulatory and fluid regulatory systems and functional outcomes. I'm concerned that too little attention is given to ecological validity and the acute and adaptive roles of behaviour in determining the net effects of exercise and environmental stress.

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Medical Physiology

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