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Brain patterns of Self-awareness. Arenander A. and Travis F.T. In B Beitman and J Nair, Eds. Self-Awareness Deficits. New York: W.W.Norton, 2004.

Electrophysiologic characteristics of respiratory suspension periods occurring during the practice of the Transcendental Meditation program. Badawi K., et al. Psychosomatic Medicine 46(3): 267–276, 1984.

Event-related potentials in altered states of consciousness: Motivation, motor and sensory processes of the brain. Banquet J.P. and Lesevre N.Progress in Brain Research 54: 447-453, 1980.

Hemispheric laterality and cognitive style associated with Transcendental Meditation. Bennett J.E. and Trinder J. Psychophysiology 14: 293-296, 1977.

Short-term longitudinal effects of the Transcendental Meditation technique on EEG power and coherence. Dillbeck M. C. and Bronson E. C. International Journal of Neuroscience 14: 147–151, 1981.

Frontal EEG coherence, H-reflex recovery, concept learning, and the TM-Sidhi program. Dillbeck M. C., et al. International Journal of Neuroscience 15: 151–157, 1981.

Modifications neurophysiologiques et respiratoires lors de la pratique des techniques de relaxation. Gallois P.  L’Encéphale 10: 139-144, 1984.

Reduced age-related declines of P300 latency in elderly practicing Transcendental Meditation. Goddard P.H. Psychophysiology 26: 529, 1989.

Enhanced EEG alpha time-domain phase synchrony during Transcendental Meditation: Implications for cortical integration theory. Hebert R., et al. Signal Processing, 85(11): 2213-2232, 2005.

Electrophysiological characteristics of mobilization of hidden brain reserves. Lyubimov N.N. Abstracts, the International Symposium “Physiological and Biochemical Basis of Brain Activity” (St. Petersburg, Russia: Russian Academy of Science, Institute of the Human Brain): 5, 1994.

Electrophysiological correlates of higher states of consciousness during sleep in long-term practitioners of the Transcendental Meditation program. Mason L. I., et al. Sleep 20 (2): 102-110, 1997.

Effects of meditation on brainstem auditory evoked potentials. McEvoy T.M., et al. International Journal of Neuroscience 10: 165-170, 1980.

Kohlbergian cosmic perspective responses, EEG coherence, and the Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi program. Nidich S.I., et al.Journal of Moral Education 12: 166-173, 1983.

EEG phase coherence, pure consciousness, creativity, and TM-Sidhi experiences. Orme-Johnson D.W. and Haynes C.T. International Journal of Neuroscience 13: 211–217, 1981.

Topographic EEG brain mapping during Yogic Flying. Orme-Johnson D.W. and Gelderloos P. International Journal of Neuroscience 38: 427-434, 1988.

Eyes open and TM EEG patterns after one and after eight years of TM practice. Travis F. Psychophysiology 28 (3a): S58, 1991.

P300 latency and amplitude during eyes-closed rest and Transcendental Meditation practice. Travis F. and Miskov S. Psychophysiology 31: S67 (Abstract), 1994.

Patterns of EEG coherence, power, and contingent negative variation characterize the integration of transcendental and waking states. Travis F. Biological Psychology 61: 293-319, 2002.

EEG coherence and power during yogic flying. Travis F. T. and Orme-Johnson D. W. International Journal of Neuroscience 54: 1–12, 1990.

Modification of the paired H reflex through the Transcendental Meditation and TM-Sidhi program. Wallace R.K., et al. Experimental Neurology 79: 77-86, 1983.

Medial prefrontal cortex and anterior cingulated cortex in the generation of alpha activity induced by Transcendental Meditation: A magnetoencephalographic study. Yamamoto S., et al. Acta Medica Okayama, 60(1): 51-58, 2006.

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