The paper documents a study done about the psychological effects of exposure to war environments on refugee children aged 9-17 years old. The paper is composed of five sections, an abstract, introduction, methodology, results, discussion and conclusion. The study was done over two groups of children of both genders aged 9-17 years old. The first sample was a non-refugee sample, and the second sample was a refugee sample. The study was conducted by administering all participants to a questionnaire divided into three sections. The questionnaire is designed to measure the participants’ tendency towards aggression, perception of the current world, hope for the future, and attitude towards thinking (positive or negative thinking).