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Research Contributions of Vyasa (Vol - II: Psycho Physiology of Yoga and 

Rehabilitation)
Research Contributions of Vyasa (Vol - II: Psycho Physiology of Yoga and Rehabilitation)
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It is a sompitation of all published full papers of VYASA from 1980 to 2002. 1. contains the full papers on Therapeutic Application of Yoga and Volume-2 includes all other publications covering the areas of Physiology of Meditation. Physiology of Pranayama. Yoga for Perception and Performance and yoga for Rehabilitation. Of these 69 papers 19 are published in international indexed journals and 29 in national indexed journals 8 in non-indexed journals and 3 papers as chapter in books.

The Research team of VYASA consists of the Director, Assistant Director of Research, four Research fellows, three research scholars. Ten research students, co-ordinator for day-to-day work the course participants.

CONTENTS
PSYSIOLOGY OF MEDITATION TECHNIQUES
1 Alternation in auditory middle latency evoked potentials during meditation on a meaningful symbol-"OM" 1
2 Recording of auditory middle latency evoked potentials during the practice of meditation with the syllable 8
3 Autonomic changes during "OM" meditation 11
4 Heart rate and respiratory changes accompanying yogic conditions of single thought and thoughtless states 15
5 Autonomic changes while mentally repeating two syllables- one meaningful and the other neutral 17
6 Autonomic changes in Brahmakumaris Raja Yoga Meditation 23
7 Yoga based guided relaxation reduces sympathetic activity in subjects based on baseline levels 29
8 Oxygen consumption and respiration following two yoga relation techniques 35
9 Yoga based isometric relaxation versus supine rest - a study of oxygen consumption, breath rate and volume and autonomic measures. 42
PHYSIOLOGY OF PRANAYAMAS
1 Oxygen consumption during Pranayamic type of very slow-rate breathing 1
2 Alternation of auditory middle latency evoked potentials during yogic consciously regulated breathing and attentive state of mind. 8
3 Heart rate alternation in different type of Pranayamas 18
4 Breathing through a particular nostril can alter metabolism and autonomic activities. 20
5 Physiological measurement of right nostril breathing 25
6 Effect of two selected yogic breathing techniques on heart rate variablity 32
7 Comments on the articles on yoga. 38
8 Transcranial Doppler studies of middle cerebral artery blood flow following different test conditions 43
9 Amplifier settings and the recording of the endosomatic sympathetic 45
YOGA AND REHABILITATION
1 Yoga for Rehabilitation - an over view 1
2 The integrated approach of yoga- a therapeutic tool for mentally retarded children: a one year controlled study 5
3 Sudomotor sympathetic hypofunction in Down's syndrome 11
4 Middle latency auditory evoked potentials in congenitally blind and normal sighted subjects 15
5 Shorter latencies of components of middle latency auditory evoked potential in congenitally blind and normal sighted subjects 21
6 Difference between congenitally blind and normal sighted subjects in the P1 component of middle latency auditory evoked potentials 28
7 Autonomic and respiratory measure in children with impaired vision following yoga and physical activity programs 31
8 Yoga for the rehabilitation of socially disadvantaged and visually impaired subjects 37
9 Muscle power dexterity skill and visual perseption in community home girls trained in yoga or sports and in regular schoolgirls 41
10 Com parison of changes in autonomic and respiratory parameter of girls after yoga and games at a community home 47
11 Effects of yoga on Schizophrenics 53
YOGA FOR PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
1 Improvement in visual perception following yoga training 1
2 Improvement in visual perceptual sensitivity in children following yoga training 4
3 A combination of focusing and defocusing through yoga reduces the optical illusion more than focusing alone. 8
4 Progressive increase in critical flicker fusion frequency following yoga training 12
5 Physiological changes in sports teachers following 3 months of training in yoga 17
6 Improvement in static motor performance following yogic training of school children 20
7 Pranayama increase grip strength without laterlized effects. 23
8 Plasticity of motor control system demonstrated by yoga training 27
9 Factor's influencing changes in tweezer dexterity scores following yoga training 30
10 Yoga training and motor speed based on finger tapping task 35
11 Effect of yoga training on maze learning 40
12 Improved performance in the tower of London test following yoga 44
13 Yoga breathing through a particular nostril increases spatial memory scores without lateralized effects 48

Research Contributions of Vyasa (Vol - II: Psycho Physiology of Yoga and Rehabilitation)

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2004
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About the Book:

It is a sompitation of all published full papers of VYASA from 1980 to 2002. 1. contains the full papers on Therapeutic Application of Yoga and Volume-2 includes all other publications covering the areas of Physiology of Meditation. Physiology of Pranayama. Yoga for Perception and Performance and yoga for Rehabilitation. Of these 69 papers 19 are published in international indexed journals and 29 in national indexed journals 8 in non-indexed journals and 3 papers as chapter in books.

The Research team of VYASA consists of the Director, Assistant Director of Research, four Research fellows, three research scholars. Ten research students, co-ordinator for day-to-day work the course participants.

CONTENTS
PSYSIOLOGY OF MEDITATION TECHNIQUES
1 Alternation in auditory middle latency evoked potentials during meditation on a meaningful symbol-"OM" 1
2 Recording of auditory middle latency evoked potentials during the practice of meditation with the syllable 8
3 Autonomic changes during "OM" meditation 11
4 Heart rate and respiratory changes accompanying yogic conditions of single thought and thoughtless states 15
5 Autonomic changes while mentally repeating two syllables- one meaningful and the other neutral 17
6 Autonomic changes in Brahmakumaris Raja Yoga Meditation 23
7 Yoga based guided relaxation reduces sympathetic activity in subjects based on baseline levels 29
8 Oxygen consumption and respiration following two yoga relation techniques 35
9 Yoga based isometric relaxation versus supine rest - a study of oxygen consumption, breath rate and volume and autonomic measures. 42
PHYSIOLOGY OF PRANAYAMAS
1 Oxygen consumption during Pranayamic type of very slow-rate breathing 1
2 Alternation of auditory middle latency evoked potentials during yogic consciously regulated breathing and attentive state of mind. 8
3 Heart rate alternation in different type of Pranayamas 18
4 Breathing through a particular nostril can alter metabolism and autonomic activities. 20
5 Physiological measurement of right nostril breathing 25
6 Effect of two selected yogic breathing techniques on heart rate variablity 32
7 Comments on the articles on yoga. 38
8 Transcranial Doppler studies of middle cerebral artery blood flow following different test conditions 43
9 Amplifier settings and the recording of the endosomatic sympathetic 45
YOGA AND REHABILITATION
1 Yoga for Rehabilitation - an over view 1
2 The integrated approach of yoga- a therapeutic tool for mentally retarded children: a one year controlled study 5
3 Sudomotor sympathetic hypofunction in Down's syndrome 11
4 Middle latency auditory evoked potentials in congenitally blind and normal sighted subjects 15
5 Shorter latencies of components of middle latency auditory evoked potential in congenitally blind and normal sighted subjects 21
6 Difference between congenitally blind and normal sighted subjects in the P1 component of middle latency auditory evoked potentials 28
7 Autonomic and respiratory measure in children with impaired vision following yoga and physical activity programs 31
8 Yoga for the rehabilitation of socially disadvantaged and visually impaired subjects 37
9 Muscle power dexterity skill and visual perseption in community home girls trained in yoga or sports and in regular schoolgirls 41
10 Com parison of changes in autonomic and respiratory parameter of girls after yoga and games at a community home 47
11 Effects of yoga on Schizophrenics 53
YOGA FOR PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
1 Improvement in visual perception following yoga training 1
2 Improvement in visual perceptual sensitivity in children following yoga training 4
3 A combination of focusing and defocusing through yoga reduces the optical illusion more than focusing alone. 8
4 Progressive increase in critical flicker fusion frequency following yoga training 12
5 Physiological changes in sports teachers following 3 months of training in yoga 17
6 Improvement in static motor performance following yogic training of school children 20
7 Pranayama increase grip strength without laterlized effects. 23
8 Plasticity of motor control system demonstrated by yoga training 27
9 Factor's influencing changes in tweezer dexterity scores following yoga training 30
10 Yoga training and motor speed based on finger tapping task 35
11 Effect of yoga training on maze learning 40
12 Improved performance in the tower of London test following yoga 44
13 Yoga breathing through a particular nostril increases spatial memory scores without lateralized effects 48

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