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Published online 2012 March 5. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0032175

Table 2

Dietary Trans Fat is Significantly Linked to Aggression Measures.
Aggression MeasureDietary Trans FatsRelation to That Measure*
VariableMean Value ± SDDietary Trans Fats (grams/day)P-value
βSE
OASMa2.50±4.720.2960.0920.001
Conflict Tactics Scale1.08±1.700.1010.0310.001
Life History of Aggression10.1±6.930.2770.1060.009
Impatience1.87±2.120.09530.03720.011
Irritability1.30±1.830.0840.0310.007
OASMa: Overt Aggression Scale Modified – aggression subscale.
*In regression with robust standard errors, adjusted for age, sex, education, alcohol and smoking.