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Letters to the Editor
March 1999

Is a Large Body Size During Childhood a Risk Factor for Later Aggression?—Reply

Arch Gen Psychiatry. 1999;56(3):284. doi:

In reply

The letter of Räsänen et al presents interesting and provocative longitudinal findings showing that violent criminals were taller and weighed more at age 1 year. They also show an interaction effect such that only violent male criminals weigh more at age 1 year. They speculate that our previously reported findings1 may have been an artifact of pooling data across sexes.

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