In the recent century, with the advancement of technology and the development of technology, the construction of various tools that have led to effective and more accessible communication between humans and solving many of their needs, on the one hand, has promised an easier life, and on the other hand, excessive or incorrect use of these tools has destructive consequences for humans and the environment. A clear example in this field is the increasing growth of urban vehicles, which on the one hand has made it easier for people to travel in big cities, and on the other hand, it has caused a lot of pollution, including air pollution and noise pollution, and as a result, it has caused many physical and mental discomforts. Mental and even physical injuries can affect human behavior and affect the way he communicates with others and the environment around him. Of course, we should not neglect the fact that the negative effects of pollution will not only affect humans, but it can have destructive effects on all natural ecosystems, which are certainly not unrelated. No one can deny the fact that water pollution will have destructive effects on aquatic life, and humans who use these resources will not be spared from its destructive effects. Of course, perhaps as much research has been done in the field of physical effects of pollution, it has been neglected in the field of its behavioral effects. Maybe many people cannot make a connection between the two phenomena of pollution and behavior. Therefore, in this research, it has been tried to investigate the effects of these pollutions on the psyche and behavior of humans and other creatures as much as possible.