Physiological Versus Perceived Foot Temperature , and Perceived Comfort , during Treadmill Running in Shoes and Socks of Various Constructions

@inproceedings{Barkley2011PhysiologicalVP,
  title={Physiological Versus Perceived Foot Temperature , and Perceived Comfort , during Treadmill Running in Shoes and Socks of Various Constructions},
  author={Rachel M. Barkley and Mike R. Bumgarner and Erin M. Poss and David S. Senchina},
  year={2011}
}
The purpose of this investigation was to determine whether people could accurately perceive physiological foot temperature during brief bouts of treadmill running in different combinations of shoe and sock models, and also how perception of comfort was influenced. Sixteen young adult males (21.3  0.8 years, 181.8  1 cm, 74.6  1.5 kg) participated in two separate studies where they alternated running and resting for 10 min each with temperature probes attached at two sites on the lateral… CONTINUE READING

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