Abstract Title:

Serum cholesterol levels and frequency of aggression.

Abstract Source:

Psychol Rep. 1994 Apr ;74(2):622. PMID: 8197299

Abstract Author(s):

R T Spitz, M Hillbrand, H G Foster

Article Affiliation:

Whiting Forensic Institute, Middletown, CT 06457.


Analysis of serum cholesterol levels of 106 male forensic patients showed significant differences in frequency of aggression, with low cholesterol levels predominant among those more frequently violent.

Study Type : Human Study
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