List of publication

46.  Telles, S., Joshi, M., and Somvanshi, P. (2012).Yoga breathing through a particular nostril is associated with contralateral event-related potential changes. International Journal of Yoga, 5(2): 102-107.

45.  Telles, S., Raghavendra, B. R., Naveen, K. V., Manjunath, N. K., and Subramanya, P. (2012). Physiological effects of two meditative states described in yoga texts. Clinical EEG and Neuroscience, 43(2):154-60.

44.  Telles, S., Singh, N., and Balkrishna, A. (2012). Managing mental health disorders resulting from trauma through yoga: a review. Depression Research and Treatment, 2012:401513.

43.  Singh, N., and Telles, S. (2012). High frequency yoga breathing can increase alveolar dead space. Medical Science Monitor, 18(7):LE5-6.

42.  Telles, S., Bhardwaj, A. K., Kumar, S., Kumar, N., and Balkrishna, A., (2012). Performance in a substitution task and state anxiety following yoga in army recruits. Psychological Reports, 110(3): 963-976.

41.  Raghavendra, B. R., Telles, S., and Nagendra, H. R. (2012). Self-rated ability to follow instructions for four mental states described in yoga texts. TANG International Journal of Genuine Traditional Medicine, 2(3):e28

40.  Telles, S., Raghavendra, B. R., Naveen, K. V., Manjunath, N. K., Kumar, S., and Subramanya, P. (2012). Changes in autonomic variables following two meditative states described in yoga texts. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 19(1):35-42.

39.  Telles. S., Singh. N., Yadav. A., and Balkrishna. A. (2012).Effect of yoga on different aspects of mental health. Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, 56(3): 245-254.

38.  Telles, S., Naveen, K.V., Kumar, N., and Balkrishna, A. (2012). The effect of yoga on neuroticism in an Indian population varies with sociodemographic factors. Journal of Cultural Diversity, 19(4):118-123.

37.  Telles, S., Singh, N., Balkrishna, A. (2012).Is yoga a suitable treatment for rheumatoid arthritis: current opinion. Open Access Journal of Sports Medicine, 3:81-87.