Health Behaviour HBS110 (Custom Edition)

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HBS110 Health Behaviour - Summary Notes for Exam

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Summary of all content, including information collected in lectures, seminars, and tips for assignme...

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HBS110 HEALTH BEHAVIOUR NOTES

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These notes cover lecture material, and includes a small section of seminar material

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[HBS110] summarised notes for the exam 90HD

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- Includes content from lectures and the textbook from week 1-10 - Includes content from seminars w...

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HBS110: Health Behaviour Text Book Learning Objectives and Answers Exam Revision Notes

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Many students don't realise the text book is full of extra content not covered in lectures that is a...

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HBS110 exam study notes

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HBS110 Complete Lecture and Seminar Notes

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Complete Lecture and Seminar notes for Health Behaviour at Deakin

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Health Behaviour Exam Revision

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HBS110 comprehensive notes

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Chapter Summaries for HBS110

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Summaries of chapters 2, 3, 5, 7, 8 and 9 of HBS110 Health Behaviour

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Summarised Exam Notes for HBS110

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Reviews

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Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Interesting content, the assignments are a bit different to what I'm used to, but they were a good experience. Make sure you read the rubrics very carefully though. Tutors were helpful, lectures were interesting (and interactive).

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Really easy subject if you just do the work. The work is really not hard and the tutors are EXTREMELY helpful. If you use them they pretty much do the assignments for you. The lecturers also make the lectures really interesting and engaging. Thoroughly enjoyed this unit, didn't give me a headache like some others did.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Really engaging unit relevant to health students. There's lots of guidance for the assignments and lectures and seminars were structured well.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Easy subject! Journals are easy to get good marks on, though the word limit can be a little tricky to work around.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Very easy subject! Well laid out, and a seminar booklet is provided- great for revision! Lectures were boring as though since they were 2hrs long...besides that it's very easy!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Good subject if you haven't done year 12 health. A bit too focussed on America - would be better if it was more based on Australia. Core unit as a pre-requisite for some 2nd and 3rd year health/psych/sports units.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

This subject was a bit "All hat and no horse". Looked great on paper, Huge potential to be edgy and eye-opening. Lectures were presented with well-intentioned 'gusto' but felt more like a "Drugs and health issues for Dummies"... Needed a bit more grit and less bourgeois banter. The journals required a lot of time-consuming bells and whistles to make them look pretty but not a whole lot of weight given to substance and analysis. Disappointing subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

Really fun and enjoyable unit with heaps of support from the teaching team however it was not challenging at all! It was very interesting but also very basic. The assessments were journals which were quite easy but due to the word count it was hard to fit in all the answers.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Decent subject. Well run! They always keep everyone up to date. Never left in the dark. Would definitely recommend this subject to anyone that is thinking of doing it.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015