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Stephen J. Schoenthaler

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California State University

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Turlock, California,95382

United States

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The California State University offers unlimited opportunities to help students fulfill their personal and professional goals. At our 23 campuses, students can choose from more than 1,800 bachelor's and master's degree programs in 240 subject areas. The CSU ...more

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Criminal-Justice Professor

Cal State Univ.


Assistant Professor

University of Southern Mississippi


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"Junk" foods may affect aggressive behaviour and school performance | mypchelp.net

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Dr. Stephen Schoenthaler, a Professor of Criminal Justice at the California State University in Stanislaus, has long argued that there is a link between a healthy diet and decreased aggressive behaviour, as well as with increased IQ and school performance.
Dr. Schoenthaler is well-known for a youth detention center study where violations of house rules fell by 37% when vending machines were removed and the cafeteria replaced canned food by fresh alternatives. He summarizes his findings by saying that "Having a bad diet right now is a better predictor of future violence than past violent behaviour. In a very large test, Schoenthaler directed a study in meals at 803 New York City schools, in low-income neighbourhoods, finding that the number of students passing final exams increased by 16%. However, Schoenthaler and Gesch suggest that there are long term impacts over and above the short term consequences of blood sugar variations.


About Us - Dietary Research Foundation

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Stephen J. Schoenthaler, Ph.D.
Dr. Schoenthaler is a professor of Criminal Justice at California State University, Stanislaus. He has been researching the effects of nutrition on cognition, behavior and intelligence for over 30 years. He has numerous publications and presentations in the field, and serves as an expert witness in criminal trials.


What Are People Saying | Violence Research Foundation

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DR. STEPHEN SCHOENTHALER
Criminal-justice professor at California State University, Stanislaus


Biographies

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Stephen J. Schoenthaler, Ph.D.
Dr. Schoenthaler is a professor of Criminal Justice at California State University, Stanislaus. He has been researching the effects of nutrition on cognition, behavior and intelligence for over 20 years. He has numerous publications and presentations in the field, and serves as an expert witness in criminal trials.


Find out more about the Hypoglycemia Foundation

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Dr. Stephen SchoenthalerDr. Stephen J. Schoenthaler is a professor of Criminal Justice at California State University, Stanislaus.He has been researching the effects of nutrition on cognition, behavior and intelligence for over 20 years.He has numerous publications and presentations in the filed, and serves as an expert witness in criminal trials. Dr. Schoenthaler is no stranger to the HSF.In 1986, he headed a research project in five states, California, Virginia, Oklahoma, New York and Florida.


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