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  • #10658
    Shaleen Gilpatric
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    noo

    #10659
    Shaleen Gilpatric
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    nooo

    #10660
    Shaleen Gilpatric
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    nooooooo

    #10682
    Akeem Shobukanla
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    Okay

    #14565
    OYINDAMOLA AJIBOLA
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    kindly share more light on what to do on this forum

    #14602
    OYINDAMOLA AJIBOLA
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    I think I need help with the discussion board, I notice I always double-post. if someone can kindly help to explain better I will be glad

    #14660
    OYINDAMOLA AJIBOLA
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    what is the name of the instructor

    #15389
    Kasey Robinson
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    no

    #17265
    Cynthia Bolumbu
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    no

    #17761
    Cynthia Bolumbu
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    no,thanks

    #18101
    Maguy Cadet
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    thank you for sharing your thoughts on the causes of psychotic disorders. I agree that genetic factors can contribute to the development of these disorders, and individuals with a family history should be aware of the increased risk. The role of environmental factors, such as stress and trauma, is also noteworthy, as they can interact with genetic vulnerabilities and trigger the onset of symptoms. The interplay of genetics, environment, and neurobiology highlights the importance of a comprehensive and holistic approach in understanding psychotic disorders.

    #19551
    Cynthia Bolumbu
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    i’m good for now

    #19552
    Cynthia Bolumbu
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    all set for now

    #19674
    Maguy Cadet
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    Yeah of course

    #23450
    Rita Fernandes
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    no

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