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HPS206 Exam Notes

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HPS206 Exam Study Guide Notes

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HPS206 Lecture and Seminar Notes (doesn't include case studies)

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Exam Revision for HPS206: Introduction to Forensic Psychology

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Exam Prep Notes

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HPS206: Introduction to Forensic Psychology

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This is a super interesting unit. You will cover a lot of topics in just enough depth. This class is quite content heavy with 2-4 'pre-lectures' per week that can span from 15 minutes to an hour each. Plus the 1 hour lecture weekly. The assignments consist of a narrated powerpoint and report on a case study. Unfortunately they are the same case study so the work can be quite repetitive. Also be warned that this semester the case study was on a sexual assault case. The exam is 45 multiple choice questions which are really easy. You can quite easily pass the exam without looking at an ounce of content from the unit but with some study you can definitely get top marks.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

One of my favourite units so far. The unit chair clearly loves her job and wants us to do well. It has a very practical element to it - especially in the seminars where we do things like learn how to interview a child etc. Gives a bit more of an idea of what to expect in this field of psych compared to other units where it is all just theory.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

LOVED this unit! Despite being a non-psych student and having done only a few psych based subjects, I found it was pretty straightforward, assignments were quite interesting and the content was so fascinating!! Staff were fantastic too, especially unit chair! An all round great psych elective :)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

I did this unit online and was by far the best unit I have ever done. Content and assignments were easy and manageable. Exam was also easy and non-stressing. Staff were very friendly and supportive. An easy HD.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2013

This is a great psychology elective unit. An easy HD. The unit content is really interesting, and highly applicable to real life. The assessment tasks are very interesting, and are actually enjoyable to complete, which is refreshing. All in all, I would recommend this unit to anybody, psychology-based or not.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2013