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Thomas Rowland

Thomas Rowland is with the Dept. of Pediatrics, Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, MA.


  A (Mythical) Conversation with Woody, (Volume 16, Issue 3, August)
  A Beginner's Guide to Pediatric Exercise Organizations, (Volume 5, Issue 2, May)
  A Change of the Guard, (Volume 24, Issue 1, February)
  A Memorandum TO: Pediatric Exercise Scientists FROM: Marketing and Public Relations (MAPR) RE: Promotion of Pediatric Exercise Science, (Volume 21, Issue 2, May)
  A Pitch for NASPEM, (Volume 2, Issue 2, May)
  A Very Special Issue, (Volume 12, Issue 2, May)
  Aerobic (Un)Trainability of Children: Mitochondrial Biogenesis and the "Crowded Cell" Hypothesis, (Volume 21, Issue 1, February)
  Announcing the 2005 Roy Acuff Abstract Awards, (Volume 17, Issue 4, November)
  Body Size and the Growth of Maximal Aerobic Power in Children: A Longitudinal Analysis, (Volume 9, Issue 3, August)
  Cardiovascular Physiology and Disease in Youth, (Volume 27, Issue 1, February)
  Cardiovascular Physiology and Disease in Youth, (Volume 28, Issue 1, February)
  Children as Exercise Subjects: Their Recruitment, Care, and Nurture, (Volume 6, Issue 3, August)
  Editor's Notes: Reflections on Cincinnati, Ohio, (Volume 3, Issue 1, February)
  Editor's Notes: Twenty Years of Pediatric Exercise Science, by the Numbers, (Volume 20, Issue 3, August)
  Ethical Considerations in Pediatric Research: How Much is Too Much?, (Volume 1, Issue 2, May)
  Exercise and Cardiovascular Health in Children: A New Paradigm on the Horizon?, (Volume 21, Issue 3, August)
  Fitness Testing in the Schools: Once More Around the Track, (Volume 19, Issue 2, May)
  Fooling the Central Governor: The Tragic Story of Tom Simpson, (Volume 23, Issue 2, May)
  In Defense of Plagiarism (Sort of. . . ), (Volume 22, Issue 1, February)
  It's About Time, (Volume 23, Issue 1, February)
  Jack Sprat Had It Right, (Volume 4, Issue 4, November)
  Jack Sprat Revisited, or An Ode to Obesity, (Volume 13, Issue 4, November)
  On Avoiding Rejection, Revisited, (Volume 22, Issue 2, May)
  On Avoiding the Pitfalls of Rejection, (Volume 5, Issue 1, February)
  On Creative Insight, or, I Want to Be Like Mozart, (Volume 6, Issue 1, February)
  On Exercise Physiology and the Psyche, (Volume 6, Issue 2, May)
  On Scientific Truth and Evidence-Based Practice, (Volume 23, Issue 3, August)
  On Scientific Truth and Evidence-Based Practice, (Volume 23, Issue 4, November)
  On the CNS Governor, or I Thought So, (Volume 16, Issue 4, November)
  On the Ethics of Elite-Level Sports Participation by Children, (Volume 12, Issue 1, February)
  On Trainability and Heart Rates, (Volume 1, Issue 3, August)
  Oxygen Uptake and Endurance Fitness in Children, Revisited, (Volume 25, Issue 4, November)
  Pacing Strategies of Inexperienced Children During Repeated 800 m Individual Time-Trials and Simulated Competition, (Volume 25, Issue 2, May)
  Pediatric Exercise Science: So What?, (Volume 13, Issue 3, August)
  Performance Fitness in Children as a Model for Fatigue, Or, What Good Is Allometry, Anyway?, (Volume 7, Issue 1, February)
  Physiological Determinants of Maximal Aerobic Power in Healthy 12-Year-Old Boys, (Volume 11, Issue 4, November)
  Presenting This Year's Arnold Awards, (Volume 13, Issue 1, February)
  Presenting This Year's Peach Mountain Awards, (Volume 16, Issue 1, February)
  Reductionist Versus Systems Biology: A Genetic Standoff, (Volume 20, Issue 2, May)
  Reflections on Scientific Genius: II. The Importance of a Good Breakfast, (Volume 12, Issue 4, November)
  Research Digest—The Underground Version, (Volume 21, Issue 4, November)
  Risks of Sports Participation in Children: The Peoria Experience, (Volume 5, Issue 4, November)
  Rocking the Status Quo: The Iconoclast’s Corner, (Volume 17, Issue 3, August)
  Searching the Truth, Revisited, (Volume 2, Issue 1, February)
  Should Children Be Allowed to Run Marathon Races? A Virtual Roundtable, (Volume 18, Issue 1, March)
  Stroke Volume Dynamics During Progressive Exercise in Healthy Adolescents, (Volume 25, Issue 2, May)
  Sudden Cardiac Death in Athletes: Rethinking "Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy", (Volume 19, Issue 4, November)
  The Calvin Coolidge 2010 ACSM Abstract Awards, (Volume 22, Issue 4, November)
  The Department of Redundancy Department: More Thoughts on Childhood Obesity, (Volume 17, Issue 2, May)
  The Envelopes, Please: The 2008 Billy Goats Gruff ACSM Abstract Awards, (Volume 20, Issue 4, November)
  Thoughts on a Hyperbolic Curve, (Volume 19, Issue 1, February)
  Welcome to Pediatric Exercise Science!, (Volume 1, Issue 1, February)
  Would You Believe p<.10?, (Volume 2, Issue 3, August)