Brock DW, Kokinda N, and Tompkins CL. Primary care referral for exercise evaluation and prescription in obese populations: an empirical case for exercise physiologists. Advances in Obesity, Weight Control, and Management, 2015, in press PMID: xxx; Impact Factor: Open Access.
Tompkins CL, Flanagan T, Lavoie J, Brock DW. Similar physiological and perceived variables between healthy weight and obese children during a self-selected, physical activity program. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 2014, in press. PMID: xxx; Impact Factor: 2.0
Neeraj, S, Hunter GR, Fisher G, and Brock DW. Resting energy expenditure and systolic blood pressure relationship in women across 4.5 years. Journal of Clinical Hypertension, 2014; 16: 172-176. PMCID: 24548382; Impact Factor: 3.36.
Tompkins CL, Hopkins J, Goddard L, and Brock DW. The effect of an unstructured, moderate to vigorous, before-school physical activity program in elementary school children on academics, behavior, and health. BMC Public Health, 2013; 12. PMCID: PMC3390275; Impact Factor: 2.1
Angadi S, Weltman N, Patrie J, Barrett E, Weltman A, Brock D, Irving B, David C, Rodriguez, and Gaesser G. Effects of a low-carbohydrate vs. high carbohydrate, high-fiber diet on soluble cell adhesion molecules and endothelial function with metabolic syndrome. FASEB Journal, 2012; 26: 626-629. Impact Factor: 5.48.
Brock DW, Tompkins CL, Gower BA, and Hunter GR. The influence of resting energy expenditure on blood pressure in formerly overweight women. Metabolism—Clinical and Experimental, 2012; 61: 237-241. PMCID: PMC3213288; Impact Factor: 3.1
Gaesser G, Angadi S, Weltman N, Rodriguez J, Patrie J, Barrett E, Brock D, Davis C, Irving B, and Weltman A. Impairment of endothelial function despite improvement in traditional lipid markers in low-carbohydrate vs. high carbohydrate, high-fiber diet in adults with metabolic syndrome. FASEB Journal, 2011; 25: 971-976. Impact Factor: 5.48.
Brock DW, Irving BA, Gower BA, and Hunter GR. Differences emerge in visceral adipose tissue accumulation after selection for innate cardiovascular fitness. International Journal of Obesity (London), 2011; 35: 309-312. PMCID: PMC2982865; Impact Factor: 5.2
Elobeid M.A., Brock D.W., Allison D.B., Padilla M.A., Ruden D.M. Endocrine Disruptors and Obesity: An Examination of Selected Persistent Organic Pollutants in the NHANES 1999–2002 Data. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2010; 7:2988-3005. PMCID: PMC2922741; Impact Factor: 2.2 (Winner of the IJERPH 2014 Paper of the Year Award)
Brock DW, Chandler-Laney PC, Alvarez J, Gower B, Gaesser GA, and Hunter GR. Perception of exercise difficulty predicts one-year weight regain, Obesity, 2010; 18: 982-986. PMCID: PMC2924634; Impact Factor: 3.9
Hunter GR, Chandler-Laney PC, Brock DW, Lara-Castro C, Fernandez JR, Gower B. Fat distribution, aerobic fitness, and risk in African American and European American women. Obesity, 2010; 18: 274-281. PMCID: PMC2813936; Impact Factor: 3.9
Hunter GR, Brock DW, Byrne N, Chandler-Laney PC, Del Corral P, and Gower B. Exercise training prevents regain of visceral fat for 1-year following weight loss. Obesity, 2010; 18: 690-695. PMCID: PMC2913900, Impact Factor: 3.9
Allison, DB, Elobeid, M., Cope M, Brock, DW, Faith, MS, Vander Veur, S, Berkowitz, R, Cutter, G, McVie T, Gadde, K, & Foster, GD. Sample Size in Obesity Trials: Patient Perspective vs. Current Practice, Medical Decision Making, 2010; 30: 68-75. PMCID: PMC2914621; Impact Factor: 2.9
Elobeid MA, Padila MA, McVie T, Thomas O, Brock DW, Musser B, Lu K, Coffey CS, Desmond RA, St-Onge MP, Gadde KM, Heymsfield SB, and Allison DB. An Empirical Evaluation of Missing Data Due to Drop-Outs in Randomized Clinical Trials for Weight Loss: Scope of the Problem, State of the Field, and Performance of Statistical Methods. Public Library of Science, PloS One, 2009; 4: e6624 1-11. PMCID: PMC2720539; Impact Factor: 4.1
Irving BA, Weltman J, Patrie J, Davis CK, Brock DW, Swift DA, Barrett EJ, Gaesser GA, and Weltman A. Effects of exercise training intensity on nocturnal growth hormone secretion in abdominally obese women with the metabolic syndrome, Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 2009; 94: 1979-1986. PMCID: PMC2690422; Impact Factor: 6.4
Chandler-Laney PC, Hunter GR, Ard JD, Roy JL, Brock DW, and Gower B. Perception of peers' body size influences weight loss and regain for European American but not African American women. Health Psychology, 2009; 28: 414-418. PMCID: PMC2711516; Impact Factor: 3.8
Brock DW, Thomas O, Cowan CD, Gaesser GA, Allison DB, & Hunter GR. Association between physical activity and prevalence of obesity in the United States, Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 2009; 6:1-6. PMCID: PMC2659323; Impact Factor: 2.0
Brock, DW, Davis, CK, Irving BA, Rodriguez J, Taylor AG, Weltman A, Barrett EJ, and Gaesser GA. A high-carbohydrate, high-fiber meal improves endothelial function in adults with the metabolic syndrome. Diabetes Care 2006; 29: 2313-2315. PMID:17003313; Impact Factor: 8.1
Irving BA, Rutowski J, Brock DW, Davis CK, Barrett EJ, Gaesser GA, & Weltman A. Ratings of perceived exertion and the blood lactate response to exercise: Borg vs. Omni Scales. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 2006; 38: 1348-1352. PMID:16826034; Impact Factor: 4.5
Brock, D. W., Keith, S. W., Elobeid, M. A., Allison, D. B. 2007. Does Intentional Weight Loss Influence Mortalityand Other Hard End Points Favorably? Confessions of a Closet Bayesian and Occam-ite. Proceedings of the 2006 International Congress on Obesity, Sydney Australia, Sep 3-8, 2006. Paper # ISO111.
Irving BA, CK Davis, D Swift, DW Brock, EJ Barrett, GA Gaesser, A Weltman. Effects of exercise training intensity on abdominal visceral fat and the cardiometabolic risk profile in abdominally obese individuals with the metabolic syndrome. Physical Activity and Obesity, A.P. Hills, N.A. King, N.M. Byrne (eds) Smith-Gordon, London, 2006, p 81-90.