Controlled trial of cumulative behavioural effects of a common bread preservative *

  title={Controlled trial of cumulative behavioural effects of a common bread preservative *},
  author={Sue Dengate and Arslan Ruben},
  journal={Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health},
  • S. Dengate, A. Ruben
  • Published 1 August 2002
  • Psychology, Medicine, Political Science
  • Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health
Objective:  Many anecdotes and one scientific report describe cumulative behavioural effects of bread preservative on children. 
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