Food and Behaviour Research

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Omega-3/Omega-6 ratio - research

Burgess et al 2000 - Long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids in children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
Crawford 2000 - Placental delivery of AA and DHA: implications for the lipid nutrition of preterm infants
Stordy 2000 - Dark adaptation, motor skills, DHA, and dyslexia
Horrobin & Bennett 1999 - Gene targets for phospholipid metabolism in psychiatric disorders
Hamazaki et al 1999 - Administration of DHA influences behavior and plasma catecholamine levels at times of psychological stress.
Yu & Bjorksten 1998 - Polyunsaturated fatty acids in school children in relation to allergy and serum IgE levels.
Zhang et al 1998 - N-3 fatty acid deficiency in the rat pineal gland: effects on phospholipid molecular species composition and endogenous levels of melatonin and lipoxygenase products.
Horrobin 1998 - The membrane phospholipid hypothesis as a biochemical basis for the neurodevelopmental concept of schizophrenia
Richardson et al 1997 - Brain lipid metabolism in dyslexia studied using 31-P MRS
Vaddadi et al 1996 - Schizophrenia, tardive dyskinesia and essential fatty acids
Maes et al 1996 - Fatty acid composition in major depression
Siguel & Lerman 1996 - Prevalence of EFA deficiency in chronic gastrointestinal disorders
Stevens et al 1995 - Essential Fatty Acid metabolism in boys with ADHD
Horrobin et al 1994 - The membrane hypothesis of schizophrenia
Williams et al 1992 - Quantitative association between altered plasma esterified omega-6 fatty acid proportions and psychological stress.