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Prevalence, Predictors and Treatment of Mental Health Problems in Syrian Refugee Children, Professor Michael Pluess
Millions of children across the world are affected by war and displacement. Professor Michael Pluess will report new findings from the BIOPATH study on the prevalence and predictors of mental health problems among a large sample of vulnerable Syrian refugee children living in informal refugee settlements in Lebanon.

Michael Pluess, PhD, is a Professor in Developmental Psychology at the Department of Biological and Experimental Psychology at Queen Mary University of London.

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Nov 16, 2021 02:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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