Kristy Martin

Assistant Professor

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Dr Kristy Martin is an Assistant Professor within the Discipline of Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Canberra. Kristy lectures on anatomy and physiology, and exercise physiology. Kristy’s research is focused on mental fatigue and its impact on cognitive and physical performance, with current collaborations spanning elite sport, health and well-being and the Australian Defence Force.

Education/Academic qualification


Feb 2013Feb 2017


Feb 2012Nov 2012

Bachelor, Victoria University

Feb 2009Feb 2011

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Research Output

Physiological Factors Which Influence Cognitive Performance in Military Personnel

Martin, K., Périard, J., Rattray, B. & Pyne, D. B., Feb 2020, In : Human Factors. 62, 1, p. 93-123 31 p.

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  • Effect of acute modafinil ingestion on cognitive and physical performance following mental exertion

    Rattray, B., Martin, K., Hewitt, A., Cooper, G. & McDonald, W., Jul 2019, In : Human Psychopharmacology. 34, 4, p. 1-9 9 p., 2700.

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  • 1 Citation (Scopus)

    The Impact of Environmental Stress on Cognitive Performance: A Systematic Review

    Martin, K., McLeod, E., Périard, J., Rattray, B., Keegan, R. & Pyne, D. B., Dec 2019, In : Human Factors. 61, 8, p. 1205-1246 42 p.

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  • 3 Citations (Scopus)

    Mental Fatigue Impairs Endurance Performance: A Physiological Explanation

    Martin, K., Meeusen, R., Thompson, K. G., Keegan, R. & Rattray, B., 1 Sep 2018, In : Sports Medicine. 48, 9, p. 2041-2051 11 p.

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  • 21 Citations (Scopus)