The air we breath is made up of particles, often resulting from agricultural burning, wildfires, and vehicle exhaust. I am interested in understanding the extent to which air pollution (i.e., particulate matter, PM 2.5) affects our cognition in daily life.

Below are a set of articles that illustrate the impact that pollutants in our air have on our health broadly. 


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