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Omega-3s and hyperactivity and inattention

This study aims to look at the relationship between marine oil and adolescent behaviour and attention utilising neuroimaging techniques to monitor changes in neural activity as well as changes in behaviour and attention using parent-reported behaviour analysis.

A number of studies have looked at omega-3s and their interaction with the adolescent brain with mixed results. This is the first study of its kind looking at a completely unique marine oil (the New Zealand Green-Lipped Mussel) and its influence on neurological functioning and the possible benefits for child and adolescent behaviour, attention and neural networking.

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James Kean
Email: jkean@swin.edu.au

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