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Thermoregulatory Behavior and Self-identified Thermal Tolerance of Young Males Residing in Urban Area
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 Title & Authors
Thermoregulatory Behavior and Self-identified Thermal Tolerance of Young Males Residing in Urban Area
Kim, Dami; Jeong, Dahee; Park, Joonhee; Lee, Joo-Young;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to investigate the thermoregulatory behavior of young males in terms of self-identified thermal tolerance. We recruited 436 male students from Seoul ( in age, in height, in body mass, and in BMI) in accordance with four types of self-identified thermal tolerance: 1) tolerable of both cold and heat, BCH (N
 Keywords
thermoregulatory behavior;cold tolerance;heat tolerance;questionnaire;self-identified thermal tolerance;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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