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I have repeatedly, stop quoting me if you think my claims aren't true. Do you have anything better to do? Also you don't have an argument yourself other than childishly attempting to discredit my evidence with empty insults.
It's not childish to challenge baseless statements making any point outside of that is irrelevant as the op is wrong as is all of your subsequent justifications.

Still no source for your claims


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It's not childish to challenge baseless statements making any point outside of that is irrelevant as the op is wrong as is all of your subsequent justifications.

Still no source for your claims


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I've given you sources, and we've debated on the validity of it. The only argument you have is that the Columbia student was somehow 'lying' about her source/evidence.

weak.
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I've given you sources, and we've debated on the validity of it. The only argument you have is that the Columbia student was somehow 'lying' about her source/evidence.

weak.
No my fact is that a student in the USA doing a review of supposed evidence and that is what it is as you haven't provided it, isn't the basis you can make claims on.

The student doesn't have high qualifications or experience to be a source of authority and even if she were a doctors which she isn't we still wouldn't have seen the methodology which is crucial if you want to make a claim like this.

This has been stated many times.




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No my fact is that a student in the USA doing a review of supposed evidence and that is what it is as you haven't provided it, isn't the basis you can make claims on.

The student doesn't have high qualifications or experience to be a source of authority and even if she were a doctors which she isn't we still wouldn't have seen the methodology which is crucial if you want to make a claim like this.

This has been stated many times.




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She was not doing a review, but a study, therefore she would need actual academic sources - she also did the research as a part of an MA, which is a 'high' qualification and considering its specifically in psychology, I don't have reason to distrust.
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No my fact is that a student in the USA doing a review of supposed evidence and that is what it is as you haven't provided it, isn't the basis you can make claims on.

The student doesn't have high qualifications or experience to be a source of authority and even if she were a doctors which she isn't we still wouldn't have seen the methodology which is crucial if you want to make a claim like this.

This has been stated many times.




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also the frequency of PTSD in this study (of Syrian Refugees in Turkey) was about 33%
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/1...nalCode=ijpc20
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lol paul514 getting trolled so hard he doesn't even realise it. this is beautiful to watch, thanks OP.
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lol paul514 getting trolled so hard he doesn't even realise it. this is beautiful to watch, thanks OP.
my intentions with starting this thread was not to troll at all ...just don't care anymore...
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Its quite a serious and sensitive subject, mental health among some of the most weakest/oppressed members of our society, asylum seekers. whom mostly share my religion, and some my ethnicity, why would I want to troll that?
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Its quite a serious and sensitive subject, mental health among some of the most weakest/oppressed members of our society, asylum seekers. whom mostly share my religion, and some my ethnicity, why would I want to troll that?
don't worry i'm your biggest fan lol. sorry to blow your cover. this is a professional job. usually i can sniff out a fellow troll instantly but you had me fooled for a while. noone can be this retarded but keep doing your thing, it's great to watch. i'm taking good notes here.

note to self: if i ever commit a heinous crime, either say "it's a prank" or "i have PTSD".
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Have you anything to connect PTSD to crimes such as those committed by the refugees. I know that PTSD connects to violent outburst but an number of the crimes committed by the refugees are not of that nature. also you need to explain findings from before the migrant crisis that showed migrants from similar cultures as the refugees had a higher crime rate than the average population whilst immigrants of other cultures did not (usually Lower. Such as Chinese immigrants and immigrants from the USA) through out Europe.
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She was not doing a review, but a study, therefore she would need actual academic sources - she also did the research as a part of an MA, which is a 'high' qualification and considering its specifically in psychology, I don't have reason to distrust.
No, it's a review of other people's studies.
If she were carrying out a study she would be doing her own research.

And actually an ma is a basic qualification in psychology you can't even specialise until you have completed one.



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lol paul514 getting trolled so hard he doesn't even realise it. this is beautiful to watch, thanks OP.
I reply when I'm smoking outside most of the time I'm laughing at how stupid she is.

Even if she were a troll, I'm still putting the record straight for common knowledge of PTSD


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No, it's a review of other people's studies.
If she were carrying out a study she would be doing her own research.

And actually an ma is a basic qualification in psychology you can't even specialise until you have completed one.



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I've actually found her original source, backing up my OP.


https://data.unhcr.org/syrianrefugee...ad.php?id=6650
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I've actually found her original source, backing up my OP.


https://data.unhcr.org/syrianrefugee...ad.php?id=6650
It isn't the EMPHNET study that she cited.
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It isn't the EMPHNET study that she cited.
Its a study in collaboration with the Eastern Mediterranean Public Health Network (EMPHNET)
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Its a study in collaboration with the Eastern Mediterranean Public Health Network (EMPHNET)
Which isn't what your original source cited......

Do you expect me to read 40 pages to then say it still doesn't show the methodology of the EMPHNER study?
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Which isn't what your original source cited......

Do you expect me to read 40 pages to then say it still doesn't show the methodology of the EMPHNER study?
it is the original source cited, I got it from her research paper :rolleyes:

it does go into the methodology of the study if you bother to scroll through,
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Then why is it from the UNHCR and not EMPHNET?
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Then why is it from the UNHCR and not EMPHNET?
the study is paid by the UN, and credits EMPHNET on the second page.
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