Zaid Tabaza is a 15-year-old high school student who attends the Amman Baccalaureate School, where he studies the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program. Having always lived in Jordan, Zaid has witnessed the Iraqi and Syrian civil wars that have occurred in the Middle East during the last decades and has observed their numerous implications. Zaid has always taken a keen interest in exploring the different areas of psychology, including children psychology. As part of completing the IB MYP program, students are required to complete a personal project, which is a project in which they explore their personal interests, set a certain goal to achieve by creating a product, which has to be submitted by a certain deadline. Zaid deemed this as an excellent opportunity to explore his interest in psychology in further depth and to address the issue of the severe psychological repercussions that refugee children suffer from as an outcome of war and conflict by raising awareness. Zaid decided to accomplish this by carrying out a study about this topic for his personal project. This website reports the study that he has conducted.
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