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Health behaviour notes

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Comprehensive Lecture Notes

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Extremely thorough lecture notes from week 1 - 11. Semester 2, 2018 Week 1 - Accessing Your Healt...

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Textbook Glossary of Terms

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HBS110 Health Behaviour - Summary Notes for Exam

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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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HBS110: Health Behaviour Text Book Learning Objectives and Answers Exam Revision 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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Easy to understand and read notes for HBS110.

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Reviews

This unit is full on indeed, but it was very interesting.

Anonymous, Trimester 2, 2019

Most ridiculous subject I’ve ever taken. Content akin to high school PD/H/PE, lecturers and tutors rather patronising. The major assignment (journals) is tedious. Expect to be asked to include ‘more detail’ and then told to adhere to the word limit in the same breath. Don’t tell me to write more succinctly- I’m a writer by profession- there’s a line between writing succinctly and being given a fair word count- in this case the given word count is utterly absurd for the level of detail seemingly required. Glad to have this compulsory subject out of the way!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Really boring unit. The lecturers are quite over the top (a lot of minion memes and exclamation points). Judging by the discussion board, they also hate constructive criticism as they were quite rude to students who had fair questions/comments. Don't get feedback on weekly quizzes. The assignments have potential but are quite poor. They don't care for editing or effects but you will get a better mark for holding up a pair of shoes... They also expect a level of detail in the written assignments that are near impossible in the word limit.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

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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