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New paper: The impact of exposure to air pollution on cognitive performance

Published on: August 28, 2018

Original title: New paper: The impact of exposure to air pollution on cognitive performance
Links: Source document (in Chinese) (link).

New paper finds that air pollution affects cognitive performance. A person with an average score under Chinese pollution levels would outperform 13% more test-takers under US air quality standards. Link to PNAS article here: (link)

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