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BJ Meyer, MK Byrne, C Collier, N Parletta, D Crawford, PC Winberg, D Webster, K Chapman, G Thomas, J Dally, M Batterham, I Farquhar, AM Martin and L Grant
Abstract
There is emerging evidence that the supplementation of omega-3 contributes to a decrease in aggressive behaviour in prison populations. A challenge of such research is achieving statistical power against effect sizes which may be affected by the baseline omega-3 index. There are no published data on the blood omega-3 index with studies of this kind to assess the variability of the blood omega-3 index in conjunction with aggression and attention deficit assessments.
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Attention, Jacob Cohen, Prison, Aggression, Effect size, Statistical significance, Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, Educational psychology
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