Effects of nutritional supplements on aggression, rule-breaking, and psychopathology among young adult prisoners.

@article{Zaalberg2010EffectsON,
  title={Effects of nutritional supplements on aggression, rule-breaking, and psychopathology among young adult prisoners.},
  author={A. Zaalberg and H. Nijman and E. Bulten and Luwe Stroosma and C. V. D. van der Staak},
  journal={Aggressive behavior},
  year={2010},
  volume={36 2},
  pages={
          117-26
        }
}
In an earlier study, improvement of dietary status with food supplements led to a reduction in antisocial behavior among prisoners. Based on these earlier findings, a study of the effects of food supplements on aggression, rule-breaking, and psychopathology was conducted among young Dutch prisoners. Two hundred and twenty-one young adult prisoners (mean age=21.0, range 18-25 years) received nutritional supplements containing vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids or placebos, over a… Expand
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