Introduction To Psychology Ii
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Interesting content, different topic every fortnight, interesting lecturers usually excellently delivered, heavy content lots to remember and exam can be tricky. Great subject if you like the topics and make notes throughout. Statistics element can be challenging, luckily not heavily weighted in assessable content (only 30% of final exam). 3 hours of weekly lectures instead of the usual 2 :/
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
Not so much a bad subject, just very dry. Taste of all areas in psychology, heaps of variety and most are interesting. Down side, they've thrown in a lot of theorists (names, dates and random hypotheses) that just don't quite match up with the other content taught. A lot of rote learning with these and just turned me off as it seemed fairly pointless. Word of warning, the Essay task assigned is probably one of THE most dry, boring assignments I've ever written in my life AND the marking was incredibly hard - only a handful of students received above credit marks.