Publications

PUBLICATIONS SINCE 2013

Magnuson JR, Doesburg SM, McNeil CJ (In Press). Development and recovery time of mental fatigue and its impact on motor function. Accepted by Biological Psychology on March 4, 2021. doi: 10.1016/j.biopsycho.2021.108076

Magnuson JR, McNeil CJ (2021). Low-frequency neural activity at rest is correlated with the movement-related cortical potentials elicited during both real and imagined movements. Neuroscience Letters. 742:e135530

Bruce CD, Ruggiero L, Dix GU, Cotton PD, McNeil CJ (2021). Females and males do not differ for fatigability, muscle damage and magnitude of the repeated-bout effect following eccentric contractions. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism. 46(3):238-246

McKeown D, McNeil CJ, Simmonds MJ, Kavanagh JJ (In Press). Time-course of neuromuscular responses to acute hypoxia during voluntary contractions. Accepted by Experimental Physiology on August 26, 2020. doi:10.1139/EP088887

Yacyshyn AF, Huculak RB, McNeil CJ (2020). The inclusion of interstimulus interval variability does not mitigate electrically-evoked fatigue of the knee extensors. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 120(12):2649-2656

Yacyshyn AF, McNeil CJ (2020). Electrically-evoked force loss of the knee extensors is equivalent for young and old females and males. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism. 45(11):1270-1276

Yacyshyn AF, McNeil CJ (2020). The sexes do not differ for neural responses to submaximal elbow extensor fatigue. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 52(9):1992-2001

Jakobi JM, Kuzyk SL, McNeil CJ, Dalton BH, Power GA (2020). Motor unit contributions to activation reduction and torque steadiness following active lengthening: A study of residual torque enhancement. Journal of Neurophysiology. 123(6):2209-2216

Kennefick M, McNeil CJ, Burma JS, Copeland PV, van Donkelaar P, Dalton BH (2020). Modulation of vestibular-evoked responses in the upper and lower limb prior to simple and complex movements. Experimental Brain Research. 238(4):869-881

Copithorne DB, Rice CL, McNeil CJ (2020). The effect of blood flow on corticospinal excitability during sustained low-intensity isometric elbow flexion. Journal of Neurophysiology. 123(3):1113-1119

Yacyshyn AF, Kuzyk SL, Jakobi JM, McNeil CJ (2020). The effect of forearm position on cortical and spinal excitability during a submaximal force steadiness task of the elbow flexors. Journal of Neurophysiology. 123(2):522-528

Ruggiero L, Hoiland RL, Hansen AB, Ainslie PN, McNeil CJ (2020). High-altitude acclimatization improves recovery from muscle fatigue. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 52(1):161-169

Temesi J, Vernillo G, Martin M, Kruger RL, McNeil CJ, Millet GY (2019). Sustained maximal voluntary contractions elicit different neurophysiological changes in upper- and lower-limb muscles in men. Neuroscience. 422:88-98

Kennefick M, Burma JS, van Donkelaar P, McNeil CJ (2019). The time course of motoneuron excitability during the preparation of complex movements. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 31(6):781-790

Ruggiero L, Bruce CD, Cotton PD, Dix GU, McNeil CJ (2019). Prolonged low-frequency force depression is underestimated when assessed with doublets compared to tetani in the dorsiflexors. Journal of Applied Physiology. 126(5):1352-1359

Kennefick M, Burma JS, van Donkelaar P, McNeil CJ (2019). Corticospinal excitability is enhanced while preparing for complex movements. Experimental Brain Research. 237(3):829-837

Sypkes CT, Contento V, Bent LR, McNeil CJ, Power GA (2019). Central contributions to torque depression: an antagonist perspective. Experimental Brain Research. 237(2):443-452

Ruggiero L, McNeil CJ (2019). Supraspinal fatigue and neural-evoked responses in Lowlanders and Sherpa at 5050m. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 51(1):183-192

Willie CK, Stembridge M, Hoiland RL, Tymko MM, Tremblay JC, Patrician A, Steinback C, Moore J, Anholm J, Subedi P, Niroula S, McNeil CJ, McManus A, MacLeod DB, Ainslie PN (2018). UBC-Nepal Expedition: An experimental overview of the 2016 University of British Columbia Scientific Expedition to Nepal Himalaya. PLoS ONE 13(10):e0204660

Ruggiero L, Hoiland RL, Hansen AB, Ainslie PN, McNeil CJ (2018). UBC-Nepal Expedition: peripheral fatigue recovers faster in Sherpa than Lowlanders at high altitude. The Journal of Physiology. 596(22):5365-5377

Sidhu SK, Weavil JC, Thurston TS, Rosenberger DS, Jessop JE, Wang E, Richardson RS, McNeil CJ, Amann M (2018). Fatigue-related group III/IV muscle afferent feedback facilitates intracortical inhibition during locomotor exercise. The Journal of Physiology. 596(19):4789-4801

Sypkes CT, Kozlowski BJ, Grant J, Bent LR, McNeil CJ, Power GA (2018). The influence of residual force enhancement on spinal and supraspinal excitability. PeerJ 6:e5421

McNeil CJ, Rice CL (2018). Neuromuscular adaptations to healthy aging. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism. 43(11):1158-1165

Weavil JC, Hureau TJ, Thurston TS, Sidhu SK, Garten RS, Nelson AD, McNeil CJ, Richardson RS, Amann M (2018). The impact of age on the development of fatigue during large and small muscle mass exercise. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 315(4):R741-R750

Dominelli PB, McNeil CJ, Vermeulen TD, Stuckless T, Brown C, Dominelli GS, Swenson ER, Teppema LJ, Foster GE (2018). Effect of acetazolamide and methazolamide on diaphragm and dorsiflexor fatigue: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Applied Physiology. 125(3):770-779

Yacyshyn AF, Nettleton J, McNeil CJ (2018). The effects of sex and motoneuron pool on central fatigue. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 50(5):1061-1069

Ruggiero L, Yacyshyn AF, Nettleton J, McNeil CJ (2018). Response to letter to the editor by Finn et al. 2018. The Journal of Physiology. 596(15):3427-3427

Ruggiero L, Yacyshyn AF, Nettleton J, McNeil CJ (2018). UBC-Nepal Expedition: acclimatization to high-altitude increases spinal motoneurone excitability during fatigue in humans. The Journal of Physiology. 596(15):3327-3339

Sypkes CT, Kozlowski B, Grant J, Bent LR, McNeil CJ, Power GA (2017). Spinal excitability is increased in the torque-depressed isometric steady-state following active muscle shortening. Royal Society Open Science. 4:171101

Souron R, Besson T, McNeil CJ, Lapole T, Millet GY (2017). An acute exposure to muscle vibration decreases knee extensors force production and modulates associated central nervous system excitability. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 11:519

Yacyshyn AF, Nettleton J, Power GA, Jakobi JM, McNeil CJ (2017). The effect of muscle length on transcranial magnetic stimulation-induced relaxation rate in the plantar flexors. Physiological Reports. 5(18):e13442

Grant J, McNeil CJ, Bent LR, Power GA (2017). Torque depression following active shortening is associated with a modulation of cortical and spinal excitation: a history-dependent study. Physiological Reports. 5(15):e13367

Yacyshyn AF, Woo EJ, Price MC, McNeil CJ (2016). Motoneuron responsiveness to corticospinal tract stimulation during the silent period induced by transcranial magnetic stimulation. Experimental Brain Research. 234(12):3457-3463

Kennedy DS, McNeil CJ, Gandevia SC, Taylor JL (2016). Effects of fatigue on corticospinal excitability of the human knee extensors. Experimental Physiology. 101(12):1552-1564

Hunter SK, McNeil CJ, Butler JE, Gandevia SC, Taylor JL (2016). Short-interval cortical inhibition and intracortical facilitation during submaximal voluntary contractions changes with fatigue. Experimental Brain Research. 234(9):2541-2551

McNeil CJ, Allen MD, Olympico E, Shoemaker JK, Rice CL (2015). Blood flow and muscle oxygenation during low, moderate, and maximal sustained isometric contractions. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Phyisology. 309(5):R475-481

Kennedy DS, McNeil CJ, Gandevia SC, Taylor JL (2014). Fatigue-related firing of distal muscle nociceptors reduces voluntary activation or proximal muscles of the same limb. Journal of Applied Physiology. 116(4):385-394

Molenaar JP, McNeil CJ, Bredius MS, Gandevia SC (2013). Effects of aging and sex on voluntary activation and peak relaxation rate of human elbow flexors studied using motor cortical stimulation. AGE. 35(4):1327-1337

McNeil CJ, Bredius MS, Molenaar JP, Gandevia SC (2013). The influence of motor cortical stimulus intensity on the relaxation rate of human lower limb muscles. Experimental Brain Research 228(2):235-242

Kennedy DS, McNeil CJ, Gandevia SC, Taylor JL (2013). Firing of antagonist small-diameter muscle afferents reduces voluntary activation and torque of elbow flexors. The Journal of Physiology 591(14):3591-3604

McNeil CJ, Butler JE, Taylor JL, Gandevia SC (2013). Testing the excitability of human motoneurones. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7:152

Gandevia SC, McNeil CJ, Carroll TJ, Taylor JL (2013). Twitch interpolation: superimposed twitches decline progressively during a tetanic contraction of human adductor pollicis. The Journal of Physiology 591(5):1373-83

 

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