• Journal Article

Neurodevelopmental deceleration by urban fine particles from different emission sources: a longitudinal observational study

Citation

Basagana, X., Esnaola, M., Rivas, I., Amato, F., Alvarez-Pedrerol, M., Forns Guzman, J., ... Sunyer, J. (2016). Neurodevelopmental deceleration by urban fine particles from different emission sources: a longitudinal observational study. Environmental Health Perspectives, Advance Online Publication. DOI: 10.1289/EHP209

Abstract

Traffic was the only source of fine particles associated with a reduction in cognitive development. Reducing air pollution from traffic at primary schools may result in beneficial effects on cognition.