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Lecture Content and study notes - Weeks 1-13 Easy to follow and divided by topic :) Topics...
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Simon is a brilliant lecturer and the content is very interesting. Tutorials are not assessable and seem slightly pointless, but overall a really good unit.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018
This unit was alright, but I was expecting it to be better/more interesting. The 50% essay and 50% exam may seem daunting but is actually not that bad; the word limit for the essay is only 1500. The seminars weren't very educational or useful in my opinion, and the content in them aren't examinable at all so felt like a waste of time.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
Interesting subject and goes into more detail from Psy234. You get to choose the topic that you're interested in for your seminars (tutorials) and relate that to your personality theories.