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Omega-3 and Antisocial Behaviour - Research

Raine et al 2018 - Omega-3 (ω-3) and social skills interventions for reactive aggression and childhood externalizing behavior problems
Portnoy et al 2018 - Reductions of intimate partner violence resulting from supplementing children with omega-3 fatty acids
Bègue et al 2018 - Omega-3 supplements reduce self-reported physical aggression in healthy adults.
Qiao et al 2017 - Effects of Omega-3 in the treatment of violent schizophrenia patients.
Mesirow et al 2016 - Associations between Prenatal and Early Childhood Fish and Processed Food Intake, Conduct Problems, and Co-Occurring Difficulties.
Zaalberg et al 2016 - Relationships of diet-related blood parameters and blood lead levels with psychopathology and aggression in forensic psychiatric inpatients.
Gajos et al 2016 - The effect of omega-3 fatty acids on aggression: A meta-analysis.
Parletta et al 2016 - Omega-3 and Omega-6 PUFA Levels and Correlations with Symptoms in Children with ADHD, ASD and Typically Developing Controls.
Raine et al 2016 - Nutritional supplementation to reduce child aggression: a randomized, stratified, single-blind, factorial trial.
Tammam et al 2015 - Behavioural effects of vitamin, mineral and n-3 fatty acid supplementation in adolescent schoolchildren - RCT
Emmett et al 2015 - Pregnancy diet and associated outcomes in the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children.
Zaalberg 2015 - Nutrition, Neurotoxicants and Aggressive Behaviour
Raine et al, 2015 - Reduction in behavior problems with omega-3 supplementation in children aged 8-16 years
Meyer et al 2015 - Baseline Omega-3 Index Correlates with Aggressive and Attention Deficit Disorder Behaviours in Adult Prisoners
Steenweg-de Graaff et al 2015 - Maternal LC-PUFA status during pregnancy and child problem behavior
Patrick & Ames, 2015 - Vitamin D and omega-3 control serotonin synthesis and action, part 2: relevance for ADHD, bipolar, schizophrenia, and impulsive behavior.
Gumpricht et al, 2014 - Can Omega-3 fatty acids and tocotrienol-rich vitamin E reduce symptoms of neurodevelopmental disorders?
Gesch 2014 - Adolescence: Does good nutrition = good behaviour?
Lotrich et al (2013) - Anger induced by interferon-alpha is moderated by ratio of arachidonic acid to omega-3 fatty acids
Liu et al 2013 - The Healthy Brains and Behavior Study
Golomb et al 2012 - Trans Fat Consumption and Aggression
Buydens-Branchey et al 2011 - Higher n-3 fatty acids are associated with more intense fenfluramine-induced ACTH and cortisol responses among cocaine-abusing men
De Souza et al 2011 - Effects of maternal malnutrition and postnatal nutritional rehabilitation on brain fatty acids, learning, and memory
Morse (2009) - A meta-analysis of blood fatty acids in people with learning disorders with particular interest in arachidonic acid
Hibbeln & Davis 2009 - Considerations regarding neuropsychiatric nutritional requirements for intakes of omega-3 highly unsaturated fatty acids
Hallahan et al. 2007 - Omega-3 supplementation for self-harm: randomised controlled trial
Hibbeln et al 2006 - Omega-3 fatty acid deficiencies in neurodevelopment, aggression and autonomic dysregulation
Fontani et al 2005 - Cognitive and physiological effects of Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation in healthy subjects
Fontani et al, 2005 - Blood profiles, body fat and mood state in healthy subjects on different diets supplemented with Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids.
Zhang et al 2005 - Dietary Fat Intake Associated with Psychosocial and Cognitive Functioning of School-Aged Children in the US
Stevens et al 2003 - EFA Supplementation in Children with Inattention, Hyperactivity, and Other Disruptive Behaviours
Hamazaki et al 1996 - Effect of DHA on aggression in young adults
Stevens et al 1996 - Omega-3 fatty acids in boys with behavior, learning, and health problems