www.undoyourstress.com a website developed by Dr Chandiramani for patients suffering from psychiatric disorders. It contains psycho-educational material for patients suffering from anxiety, depression and other stress disorders.
B) BOOK (EDITED)
Kishore Chandiramani (1992) Reflections on Indian Psychiatry: Delhi Psychiatric Society Publication, Printoss, New Delhi
C) BOOK CHAPTERS
1. Kishore Chandirmani (2012) Biofeedback in Psychiatric Practice, in Current Themes in Psychiatric Practice, Eds Agrawal, N, Bolton, J & Gaind, R, Palgrave Macmillan
2. Kishore Chandiramani (2008) Vipassana Meditation: A Consciousness Approach to Healing, in Psychotherapy in a Traditional Society: Context, Concept and Practice, Eds. Varma, VK and Gupta, N, Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers Ltd, 179-89.
3. Kishore Chandiramani (1998) Abhidhamma: A Consciousness Model of Mind: Social Psychiatry : A Global Perspective, Macmillan India Limited , New Delhi
4. Kishore Chandiramani (1995) Psychological effects of Vipassana on Tihar Jail Inmates: A preliminary report. In Vipassana: Its Relevance to the Present world Vipassana Research Institute, Igatpuri, India, 44-47.
5. Kishore Chandiramani & Tripathi, BM (1995) Delirium Tremens. in
A Medical Emergencies in Clinical Practice. Ed. Ashok Grover. Creative
B Computer Services Pp 195-97.
6. Kishore Chandiramani (1994) Substance Abuse and Quality of Life; In Quality of Life in Health: A Modern Concern, Eds. S Raj Kumar & Shuba Kumar, Madras Medical College, India Pp 79-85 .
7. Kishore Chandiramani (1992) Hysteria: In Postgraduate Psychiatry Eds. Vyas, JN & Niraj Ahuja, BI Churchill Livingstone Pvt Ltd, New Delhi Pp 106 -113
D) ABSTRACTS PUBLISHED
1. Chandiramani, K; Hodgson, R; Henshaw, C & El-nimr (2006) Is Postnatal Depression different from other Depressive Disorders? An enquiry into the long term outcome, in the Proceedings of the World Congress on Women and Mental Health, Keele University.
2. Dhanesh KG, Desai NG, Kishore C & Choudhary G (1996) Pattern of Multiple Substance Use in Heroin Dependant Individuals. Indian Journal of Psychiatry Vol 38, No 2, Supp, Page 82
3. Hemraj P, Kishore C, Agarwal S, Sharan P and Pandey RM (1996) Predictors of Adherence to Treatment in Chemical Dependence Indian Journal of Psychiatry, Vol 38, No 2, Supp. Page 5
4. Kishore C, Verma, SK, Agarwal N, and Yadav D (1995) Treating Anxiety and Depressive Disorders through Vipassana in Prison set-up: A Preliminary Report, Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 37 (2) Supp, Page 34
5. Kishore C, Jena R and Hemraj (1995) Effect of Vipassana on Psychiatric Morbidity in Prison Inmates, Indian Journal of Psychiatry 27(2) Supp,Page 35
E) ARTICLES PUBLISHED
1. Chandiramani, K (2008) A Role for Mindfulness Meditation in the Management of Sexual Addictions, www.rcpsych.ac.uk/pdfchandiramani, December 12, 2008
2. Chandiramani, K (2008) Vipassana Meditation: A Tool for Mental Health, www.rcpsych.ac.uk/pdf/chandiramani1.pdf, December 12, 2008
3. Chandiramani K (2002) Writing A Psychodynamic Formulation: A Simple Guide for Examination, Parapraxis, 8 (1), 13-15
4. Chandiramani K (2000) Response to “Reasons for Dropping out : A Survey
of Tutors and Trainees Opinion” Paraprexis, 6 (2), 11
5. Mc Guire R J, Berg I, McKenzie I, Foreman D & Chandiramani K (2000) Have the Cross-Informant Syndromes of the CBCL any practicalvalue in identifying grouped ICD 10 diagnosis? European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 9, 263-270
6. Saxena S, Chandiramani K, Bhargava R (1998) WHOQOL- Hindi: a questionnaire for assessing quality of life in health care settings in India. World Health Organisation Quality of Life. National Medical Journal of India, 11(4), 160-165
7. Kishore Chandiramani (1995) Family Therapy: The Indian Perspective, Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry, 11(1), 50-52
8. Chandiramani, K, Jena, R & Verma, SK (1995) Human Figure Drawings of Prisoners and Vipassana, SIS Journal of Projective Psychology and Mental Health 2, 153-158
9. Kishore Chandiramani and Tripathi BM (1993) Psychoeducational Group Therapy for Alcohol and Drug Dependence Recovery, Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 35, 3, 169-72
10. Kishore Chandiramani (1991) Vipassana Meditation: I. A Mirror to the Mind, Indian Journal of Psychiatry 33 (4), 293-296
11. Kulhara P & Chandiramani K et al (1990): Positive and Negative Subtypes of Schizophrenia: A Follow-up Study from India: Schizophrenia Research 3, 107-116
12. Kulhara P, Chandiramani K, & Awasthi A (1989) Prognostic Variables in Schizophrenia, Indian Journal of Psychiatry 31 (1) 51-62
13. Varma VK, Chandiramani K, Bhave, S Rao, GP & Kaur S (1989) Assassination of Indira Gandhi: Impact on Psychiatric Patients, American Journal of Psychotherapy, XLIII No 1, 77-86
14. Kulhara P, Chandiramani K et al (1989) Negative and Depressive Symptoms in Schizophrenia, British Journal of Psychiatry, 154, 207-211
15. Kulhara P, Chandiramani K (1988) Outcome of Schizophrenia in India using Various Diagnostic Systems, Schizophrenia Research, 1, 339-349
16. Chandiramani K, & Verma SK, & Kulhara P (1988) Contributions to Indian Journal of Psychiatry: Common Statistical and Other Deficiencies, Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 30 (3), 241-245
17. Chandiramani K, & Verma, VK (1987) Imagery in Schizophrenic Patients compared with Normal Controls, British Journal of Medical Psychology, 60, 335-341
18. Kulhara P, Chandiramani K et al (1987) Psychiatric Manifestations of CATEGO class S Schizophrenia, Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 29, (4) 301-313
19. Kulhara P, Awasthi A, Mattoo SK & Chandiramani K (1986) Diagnostic Systems for Schizophrenia: A cross-sectional Study of Concordance from India, Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 74, 55-61
20. Kulhara P, Chandiramani K, Mattoo SK & Varma VK (1987) Pattern of Follow-up visits in a Rural Psychiatric Clinic, Indian Journal of Psychiatry, 29 (3) 189-195
21. Kulhara P, Awasthi A, Mattoo SK & Chandiramani K (1986) A Study of Hallucinations in Schizophrenia, Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry, 2 (1&2) 15-24
22. Kulhara P, Chandiramani K, Mattoo SK & Awasthi A (1986) A Phenomenological Study of Delusions in Schizophrenia, Indian Journal of Psychiatry 28 (4), 281-286
23 . Kishore chandiramani Page Chandiramani K (1986) Abnormal Psychology in Ayurveda-Vedic path, Vol XLIX, No 1, 53-61
F) BOOK REVIEW
1. Kishore Chandiramani (1993) Marriage and Family Therapy Eds. Nathan Hurvitz Roger, A Strauss, The Haworth Press New York, 1991 – Published in the Indian Journal of Social Work, Vol LIV, No 1, Jan Issue.
G) UNDER PUBLICATION/ ONGOING RESEARCH
1. Is postnatal depression different from other depressive disorders?: An enquiry into the long-term outcome