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THIS UNIT IS SO GOOD! The weekly workload is reasonably sized and each week is a new disorder so you're always going to find out something new or interesting. For the final exam if you literally do all the past papers you're bound to get basically full marks because they reuse the same questions in really similar or exact wording. Really good elective for PSYC majors or LING majors. The online lectures are really well organized and are pretty clear on what they expect from assignments and students.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Loved this unit!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Very interesting and easy to do well as long as you keep up with the work each week. If you're taking the subject because you have a disorder that's discussed in the unit or know someone who does, just be warned that a lot of the lectures and tutorials are phrased in a very 'us and them' kinda way, as if no one with these disorders could possibly be in the class. I took the class with a friend who has autism and we had to do an activity where someone "pretended" to have autism; it was very uncomfortable. Hopefully that changes in later years. Otherwise, I loved this unit!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Very easy to get a HD in this, did this as my people unit. Exam is purely content so have to know specific references and stats from the lectures. Essay was quite hard to write but convenors marked it fairly. Overall well run course. Content was interesting, definitely recommend this as a people unit.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Loved it. Extremely interesting and you can study at your own pace. Tutorials are concise and very well organised. 5/5. I highly recommend you choose this for a people's unit.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Well organised unit and the most interesting unit I have done so far in my first year at MQ

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Very interesting. Can work at your own pace. Tutorials are easy and laid-back. Liked the online lectures element.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

It's been a great subject, having all the lectures online was a bit odd but honestly, who really goes to all their lectures? It's great that we can do it all at our own pace which is really helpful when you've got a busy schedule. My tutor, Racheal, is fantastic, she's very informative, is able to explain things in simple terms and we always have fun every tute. I would highly recommend for those doing psych.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016