Publications of Dr Naveen K V

1. Telles, S., Raghavendra, B. R., Naveen, K. V., Manjunath, N. K., Kumar, S., and Subramanya P. (2013). Changes in autonomic variables following two meditative states described in yoga texts. Journal of Alternative and Complimentary Medicine, 19(1):35-42.

2. 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.

3. 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):118-23.

4. Telles, S., Naveen, K. V., Gaur. V., and Balkrishna, A. (2011). Effect of one week of yoga on function and severity in rheumatoid arthritis. Biomed Central Research Notes, 4:118.

5. Telles, S., and Naveen, K.V. (2011). The status of yoga research in India. In: P.C. Leung. (ed.) Healthy aging: annals of traditional chinese medicine – Vol 4. 5, Hong Kong: World Scientific Publishing Co. pp. 245-254.

6. Kumar, S., Nagendra, H., Naveen, K., Manjunath, N., Telles, S. (2010). Brainstem auditory-evoked potentials in two meditative mental states. International Journal of Yoga, 3(2): 37-41.

7. Kumar, S, Nagendra, H. R., Manjunath, N., Naveen, K., Telles, S. (2010). Meditation on OM: Relevance from ancient texts and contemporary science. International Journal of Yoga, 3(1): 2-5.

8. Telles, S., Naveen, K.V., and Balkrishna, A. (2010). Meditation and attention: a comment on a recent article. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 111(3): 918-920.

9. Telles, S., Naveen, V. K., Balkrishna, A. (2010). Serum leptin, cholesterol and blood glucose levels in diabetics following a yoga and diet change program Comment to: Statins and beta-cell function Lei Qian, Lihong Xu, Yi Lin, Yongde Peng. Medical Science Monitor, 16(1): HY1-2.

10. Telles, S., Naveen, K.V., Balkrishna, A. and Kumar, S. (2009). Short term impact of a yoga program on obesity. Medical Science Monitor, 16(1):CR35-40.

11. Naveen K. Visweswaraiah and Telles, S. (2009). Indian medicine in the management of GERD. Alternative and Complimentary Therapies, 15(1): 32-33.

12. Telles, S., Dash, M. and Naveen, K.V. (2009). Effect of yoga on musculoskeletal discomfort and motor functions in professional computer users. Work, 33: 1-10.

13. Telles, S., Naveen, K.V. and Balkrishna, A. (2009). Use of ayurveda in promoting dental health and preventing dental caries. Indian Journal of Dental Research, 20(2): 246.

14. Telles, S. and Naveen, K.V. (2008). Voluntary breath regulation in Yoga: Its relevance and physiological effects. Biofeedback, 36(2):70-73.

15. Telles, S., Raghuraj, P., Arankalle, D. and Naveen, K.V. (2008). Immediate effect of high-frequency yoga breathing on attention. Indian Journal of Medical Sciences, 62(1): 20-22.

16. Telles S, Puthige R, and Visweswaraiah N. (2007). An ayurvedic basis for using honey to treat herpes. Medical Science Monitor, 13(11):LE17-17.

17. Telles, S., Srividya, N. and Naveen, K.V. (2007). A comparison of the bilateral elbow joint position sense in yoga and non-yoga practitioners. Journal of Indian Psychology, 25(1-2): 1-5.

18. Telles, S., Naveen, K.V. and Das, M. (2007). Yoga reduces the symptoms of distress in the tsunami survivors in the Andman Islands. Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 4: 503-509.

19. Telles, S. and Naveen, K.V. (2006). Effect of yoga on somatic indicators of distress in professional computer users. Medical Science Monitor, 12(10): LE 21-22.

20. Telles, S., Dash, M., Manjunath, N.K., Deginal, R. and Naveen, K.V. (2006). Effect of yoga on visual perception and visual strain. Journal of Modern Optics 54 : ( 7-9) 1379-1383.

21. Telles, S. and Naveen K.V. (2006). Comments to: Health realization/Innate health: Can a quiet mind and a positive feeling state be accessible over the lifespan without stress-relief techniques? Medical Science Monitor, 12(6): 13.

22. Telles, S., Naveen, K.V., Dash, M., Deginal, R. and Manjunath N.K. (2006). Effect of yoga on self-rated visual discomfort in computer users. Head and Face Medicine 50 (2): 187-190.

23. Telles, S., Dash, M. and Naveen, K.V. (2006). Emotional impact following the tsunami in endogenous people and mainland settlers in the Andaman Islands. Indian Journal of Medical Sciences 60(2):70-1.

24. Naveen, K.V. and Telles, S. (2006). Psychophysiological effects of colored light used in healing. World Journal of Medical Sciences, 1(1): 21-23.

25. Telles, S., Mahapatra, R.S. and Naveen, K.V. (2005). Heart rate variability spectrum during Vipassana mindfulness meditation. Journal of Indian Psychology, 23(2): 1-5.

26. Telles, S., Joshi, M., Dash, M., Raghuraj, P., Naveen, K.V. and Nagendra, H.R. (2004). An evaluation of the ability to voluntarily reduce the heart rate after a month of yoga practice. Integrative Physiological & Behavioral Science, 39(2): 119-125.

27. Telles, S. and Naveen, K.V. (2004). Changes in middle latency auditory evoked potentials during meditation. Psychological Reports, 94: 398-400.

28. Naveen, K.V. and Telles, S. (2004). Randomized trial of yoga as a complementary therapy for pulmonary tuberculosis. Respirology, 9: 96-101.

29. Naveen, K.V. and Telles, S. (2003). Yoga and psychosis: risks and therapeutic potential. Journal of Indian Psychology, 21(1): 34-37.

30. Naveen, K.V. and Telles, S. (2003). Sensory perception during sleep and meditation: common features and differences. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 96: 810-811.

31. Naveen, K.V., Nagendra, H.R., Garner, C. and Telles, S. (1999). Transcranial doppler sonography in different physiological conditions. Neurology India, 47:249.

32. Naveen, K.V. and Telles, S. (1999). Sudomotor sympathetic hypofunction in Down’s syndrome. Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, 43(4): 463-466.

33. Naveen, K.V., Srinivas, R., Nirmala, K.S., Nagarathna, R., Nagendra, H.R. and Telles, S. (1998). Differences between congenitally blind and normal sighted subjects in the P1 component of middle latency auditory evoked potentials. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 86: 1192-1194.

34. Naveen, K.V., Nagarathna, R., Nagendra, H.R. and Telles, S. (1997). Yoga breathing through a particular nostril increases spatial memory scores without lateralized effects. Psychological Reports, 81: 555-561.

35. Naveen, K.V., Srinivas, R.S., Nirmala, K.S., Nagendra, H.R. and, Telles S. (1997). Middle latency auditory evoked potentials in congenitally blind and normal sighted subjects. International Journal of Neurosciences, 90(1-2): 105-111.

 

Chapters in books/conference proceedings

1. Telles, S. and Naveen, K.V. (2008). The Mental State induced by Meditation: Descriptions from Traditional texts and scientific studies’ along with Professor Shirley Telles for PHISPC Vol. ‘Psychology and Psychoanalysis’ edited by Professor Girishwar Misra.

2. Telles, S. and Naveen, K.V. (2003). Therapeutic applications of yoga. In: Bhattacharya, P.K. (Ed.) Medicine Update-Vol. VII. Dibrugarh; The Association of Physicians of India-Assam State Chapter, pp.745-748.

3. Naveen, K.V., Srinivas, R., Nagarathna, R. and Telles, S. (2000). Yoga for therehabilitation of socially disadvantaged and visually impaired subjects. In: D. Majumdar & W. Selvamurthy (Eds.) Advances in Ergonomics, Occupational Health, Safety and Environment. New Delhi: New Age International Publishers, pp. 204-208.