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PSY246 Weeks 1-7 Complete Notes

Written by Justin

PSY246 Cognitive Processes I notes that cover the first half of the semester. Detailed notes that th...

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HD-worthy PSY246 Notes

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The most comprehensive notes you'll get for under thirty bucks! These notes helped me earn a mark...

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Mid-Semester Exam Notes

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These notes cover the first half of the semesters lecture content. They are extensive and include ex...

22 pages, 6921 words

PSY246 Tutorial Notes

Written by Justin

For those who missed out on certain tutorials or didn't go at all these notes will cover you. Mostly...

9 pages, 1900 words

PSY246 NOTES!!

Written by Riva

I comprise my notes a little differently than others. These are basic Q&A notes. Basically if you kn...

21 pages, 4095 words

Psy246 Lecture Notes

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All lecture notes

66 pages, 16180 words

Notes final cognitve

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covers all readings, lecture materials, table format

35 pages, 12345 words

PSY246 - Cognitive Processes I - S2 2015

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Simple and easy to read outline of the entire course.

30 pages, 10912 words

Cognitive Processes Notes

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These PSY246 notes were everything I needed to do well in my final exam. They include slides from th...

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Psy246 Final Exam Notes

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PSY246 final exam notes for Weeks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6.

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Reviews

They say convenor-in-charge for PSY248 was bad, they haven't seen the convenor-in-charge for PSY246!!! If you have no passion in teaching, stick to doing research for life... No one wants to pay a lecturer or any teaching staff who is unable or unwilling to teach... Shocker!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Excellent course, well taught, organised, with good content. No complaint :D

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

I have never found a subject at university so tedious, complex and deadly boring. No saving graces with the learning material. Lecturer did her best to present it. If you can persevere with studying this stuff, it's easy to do well. Lots of self-discipline required. Good luck.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Outstandingly dull. It is a grueling effort to listen to Prof. Kinoshita. A clearly intelligent lecturer who presents each week but unfortunately insists on wall-of-text slide delivery leaving students scrambling to decipher what is relevant. I found there was no point in asking my tutors about the material as they struggled to explain anything not on their PowerPoint. Assignment is very simple, mid-session test is more challenging than you would expect (2017 Session 1 cohort averaged a Pass). It is a challenge, mostly stemming from how difficult they make it to want to pay attention. Unit would dramatically benefit from chunk delivery, given their results this archaic 2 hour droning lecture thing isn't working for them.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

A great subject with a great convenor. Sachiko is extremely dedicated and makes the course content understandable!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Lecturer is boring and not very helpful when there is a problem with the assessment.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

Well organised course, good tutors and the lecturer is, while not crazy amazing, perfectly fine.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014