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HPS203: Summarised notes for the exam 94HD

Written by Marlena

- Includes examinable content from the prescribed textbook (Ch 1, 3-9, 11-14) - Includes content f...

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HD DETAILED HUMAN MIND EXAM NOTES (diagrams, case studies)

Written by Tara

These are the notes that helped me throughout the semester achieve HDs in the weekly quizzes as well...

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HPS203 The Human Mind Study Guide

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These notes cover all topics across every week. They include information from the textbook, and from...

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Human Mind Notes **96HD**

Written by Gemma

These notes contain everything you'll need to know for the exam! Covers all weekly topics, including...

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HPS203 Human Mind Weekly Notes

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Weeks 1-10 Week 1 - introduction and object recognition Week 2 - attention Week 3 - working m...

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HPS203 Exam Notes - Complete Unit Summary

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These are my final notes for the end of unit exam. I have organised them into the sections that the...

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HPS203 Exam Revision

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Comprehensive exam notes for HPS203 based off the learning objectives, the lecture and class notes,...

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HPS203 Human Mind study notes

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Study guide for human mind course at Deakin University HPS203.

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HPS203 Exam Notes

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Comprehensive exam notes based on the weekly learning objectives. All topics covered: science of the...

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HPS203 Summary Notes

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Notes were created utilising both textbook and lecture slides/notes. Topics include: - Introduct...

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Reviews

Loved this subject

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

interesting subject

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

It is a very interesting subject. Assignments are ok. I did this subject online. Tutors very accessible.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Quite an average unit. Content was great, and the tutorials were engaging however over 120 students had issues with the multiple assignments and marking. Many students marginally passed assignments only due to grammatical errors and other petty issues. Lectures contained tutorial activities which sometimes wasted over an hour of lecture time. Would be good as an online subject as the content is really interesting, but overall unit chair is disorganised and unit is a waste of money in my opinion.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

This is a really great unit. One of my favourites. The unit content is of a high standard and very enjoyable to cover and learn. It is highly interesting to cover the complexities of cognition. The only less-riveting part of the unit was the reasoning and judgment topics, which were quite dry, and were covered by a different lecturer than the usual one (although, that lecturer has since left). Still, that smal downfall in the midst of a great unit overall can be forgiven, and I would continue to recommend this unit.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2013