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Kanishka Sharma
Rishihood University
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Exploration of lower frequency EEG dynamics and cortical alpha asymmetry in long-term rajyoga meditators
K Sharma, S Chandra, AK Dubey
International journal of yoga 11 (1), 30, 2018
262018
Enhanced white matter integrity in corpus callosum of long-term Brahmakumaris Rajayoga meditators
K Sharma, R Trivedi, S Chandra, P Kaur, P Kumar, K Singh, AK Dubey, ...
Brain connectivity 8 (1), 49-55, 2018
162018
Brain-electric activity during eyes open Brahma Kumaris Rajayoga meditation
K Sharma, P Achermann, B Panwar, S Sahoo, R Angarai, ...
MindRxiv, 2020
132020
An improved EEG acquisition protocol facilitates localized neural activation
JT Panachakel, NN Vinayak, M Nunna, AG Ramakrishnan, K Sharma
Advances in Communication Systems and Networks: Select Proceedings of ComNetá…, 2020
82020
Fuzzy entropy as a measure of EEG complexity during Rajayoga practice in long-term meditators
P Kumar, RA Ganesan, K Sharma
2020 IEEE 17th India Council International Conference (INDICON), 1-5, 2020
72020
Characterization of meditation EEG based on consistency of covariance matrices over time
RA Ganesan, P Kumar, K Sharma
2020 IEEE 17th India Council International Conference (INDICON), 1-6, 2020
62020
Increased entropy of gamma oscillations in the frontal region during meditation
GP Kumar, K Sharma, AG Ramakrishnan, A Adarsh
2021 43rd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering iná…, 2021
52021
Can we identify the category of imagined phoneme from EEG?
JT Panachakel, K Sharma, AS Anusha, AG Ramakrishnan
2021 43rd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering iná…, 2021
52021
Binary classification of meditative state from the resting state using EEG
JT Panachakel, PK Govindaiah, K Sharma, RA Ganesan
2021 IEEE 18th India Council International Conference (INDICON), 1-6, 2021
32021
Automated classification of EEG into meditation and non-meditation epochs using common spatial pattern, linear discriminant analysis, and LSTM
JT Panachakel, P Kumar, AG Ramakrishnan, K Sharma
TENCON 2021-2021 IEEE Region 10 Conference (TENCON), 215-218, 2021
32021
Redesign of the covid-19 icus to save the corona warriors
RA Ganesan, K Sharma
2020 IEEE Bangalore Humanitarian Technology Conference (B-HTC), 1-6, 2020
32020
Anomaly in respiratory sinus arrhythmia–multiple heart rate variability cycles within each breathing cycle at low breath rates with breath holds
AG Ramakrishnan, A Adarsh, K Sharma, KG Pradeep
2020 IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Computing andá…, 2020
32020
Post meditation changes in EEG spectrum of long-term Brahmakumaris Rajayoga meditators
K Sharma, R Daniel, S Chandra, AG Ramakrishnan
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 56 (1), S53, 2019
22019
High Theta–Low Alpha Modulation of Brain Electric Activity During Eyes-Open Brahma Kumaris Rajyoga Meditation
RAG Kanishka Sharma, Peter Achermann, Bhawna Panwar, Shrikant Sahoo, Roberto ...
Mindfulness, 2023
12023
Functional reorganization of the brain in distinct frequency bands during eyes-open meditation
GP Kumar, K Sharma, A Adarsh, A Manvi, G Ramajayam, ...
Consciousness and Cognition 116, 103590, 2023
2023
Can lifestyle factors be the key in deciding the COVID-19 outcome?
BNG Angarai Ganesan Ramakrishnan, Sharma Kanishka
https://osf.io/qhupm/, 2022
2022
Factors behind higher COVID-19 recovery and lower fatality rates in India-need for a focused study
AG Ramakrishnan, K Sharma
2021 IEEE 9th Region 10 Humanitarian Technology Conference (R10-HTC), 1-6, 2021
2021
The need to redesign the hospital ICUs for COVID-19 patients to save the medical fraternity
R Angarai, K Sharma
IndiaRxiv, 2020
2020
Influence of Long term Rajayoga meditation on Attentional Networks using EEG
K Sharma, R Trivedi, S Chandra, R Kumar, AA Salam, AK Dubey
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY 51, 890-890, 2016
2016
Impact of meditation on age related brain-degeneration
S Saraswat, K Sharma, S Chandra
Int J Curr Adv Res 5 (5), 895-899, 2016
2016
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