PSY235 Textbook Notes

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Psy 235 Lecture Notes

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Developmental Study Notes (D)

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PSY235 Final Exam Notes

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Notes Covering Lectures: Developmental Theories Prenatal Development: Genetic and Environmental I...

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PSY235 - Developmental Psychology - S2 2015

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Simple and easy to read outline of the entire course (up to Week 12) including diagrams.

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Module 1

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Full notes on module 1 sem 2 2016 for PSY235

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Lecture and Practical Material

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PSY235 Developmental Psychology Notes

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In-depth PSY235 notes including diagrams detailing all the necessary information for the exam.

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PSY235: Developmental psychology - Full notes

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Lots of content, but getting through it all is doable. The literature review has a lot of support in tutes and on iLearn, but make sure you leave enough time to read the literature and choose something you feel confident writing about.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Like a lot of psych courses, there was a lot of information to take in however the final exam is multiple choice. The actual content is interesting and very beneficial to know. Overall I didn't 'love' it but I did like it.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Very interesting but a bit difficult to study for, given the variety of theories taught and the application of these theories to 'real life' examples in an exam. High content but very easy to understand, and very interesting.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Talk about something that is NOT hard science... this is the unit... (along with personalities)... Anything can be pushed through as a theory having supporting evidence ---> if you find enough observations and studies to produce the data to support it via "replication"... You would not like it if you are only into HARD science. I, myself, is a bit of a outlier, so doing this subject and personalities are painful for me because I can't fully immerse in something that I cannot put my belief on --- not like something that are definite or almost definite like many aspects of physics, chemistry, biology and learning.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

This is quite an interesting unit, although tutorials leave something to be desired..

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

overall enjoyable and interesting topics, even if some lectures are a bit boring. A lot of memorising work to do, but it's really fun to apply the theories to cases.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

The content is incredibly interesting although the course is squished into 13 weeks when it needs a lots more time. So prepare yourself for content heavy lectures and readings. Loved it though!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Although there are several theories to learn it is an enjoyable subject once you understand the content .

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Great unit with very interesting theories. Suitable for students studying psychology and education.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

Memorising the different developmental stages could bored you to tears. However, applying the theories and understanding how a child grows up makes the subject interesting.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014