The Question of Nonlinearity in the Dose-Response Relation between Particulate Matter Air Pollution and Mortality: Can Akaike's Information Criterion be Trusted to Take the Right Turn?
The shape of the dose-response relation between particulate matter air pollution and mortality is crucial for public health assessment, and departures of this relation from linearity could have important regulatory consequences. A number of investigators
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