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Psychopathology

Written by Tashi

Notes on Lectures for all Semester 1

81 pages, 23215 words

Complete Psychopathology Notes (DISTINCTION)

Written by Rachelle

These notes are comprehensively written from lecture notes, the lecturers discussion, tutorials and...

76 pages, 19882 words

Schizophrenia Notes

Written by Nicki

The notes are extensive, they cover the entire topic of Schizophrenia. Explanations and tables/diagr...

15 pages, 3769 words

Anxiety Disorders Notes

Written by Nicki

The notes are extensive, they cover the entire topic of Anxiety disorders. Explanations and tables/d...

20 pages, 3014 words

Mood Disorders and Suicide Notes

Written by Nicki

The notes are extensive, they cover the entire topic of mood disorders and suicide. Explanations and...

28 pages, 5299 words

Eating Disorders Notes

Written by Nicki

The notes are extensive, they cover the entire topic of eating disorders. Explanations and tables/di...

16 pages, 3612 words

Substance Use Disorders Notes

Written by Nicki

The notes are extensive, they cover the entire topic of externalising disorders. Explanations and ta...

13 pages, 2674 words

Externalising Disorder Notes

Written by Nicki

The notes are extensive, they cover the entire topic of externalising disorders. Explanations and ta...

14 pages, 2919 words

Sexual Dysfunction Notes

Written by Nicki

The notes are extensive, cover the whole topic of sexual dysfunction with explanations and tables/di...

12 pages, 1922 words

PSY: Psychopathology Lecture, Tutorial Notes, MindMap Revision

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PSY: Psychopathology Lecture, Tutorial Notes, MindMap Exam Revision Grade: HD

78 pages, 30000 words

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Reviews

The content of this unit is pretty interesting but there was so much content to cover. The essay was terrible as there was no direction was given. Tutorials were helpful and enjoyed participating on the online forums.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

In this unit a student experiences psychopathology first hand. Students get to flail wildly with extensive material, a poorly defined literature review (scream) and no support for learning. Hair pulling, reflux and anxiety became a near daily event. Thankfully the material is interesting. Don't expect a high GPA here, read the textbook for your own knowledge and pick another elective. To study this well need to do only this subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Incredibly unorganised unit. Having very little lectures and basing pretty much the whole content off the textbook is ridiculous. The content is very interesting though. Do this unit if you have a lot of time to spare and not a lot of other units to do. Convenor is also hopeless, as mentioned before on previous reviews.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Similar to past reviews, I thought the actual content was super interesting and relevant to the work most psychology students want to end up doing but the organisation of the unit is terrible. Marking for the written assignment seemed incredibly harsh, students who normally get HDs getting Ps for example. Little to no explanation of why work was marked as hard as it was, just "thats how hard we decided to mark it". Also refusal to provide information such as numerical marks or averages. Convenor's responses to reasonable questions on the forum, when they do occur, are often condescending. Didn't enjoy this unit at all and really regret doing it as I fear it will pull my average down!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Ditto to the other recent review; excellent content and lectures by Rapee, but downright terrible administration by the convenor which made things a lot more difficult than they had to be.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

While the content of the course is excellent and Ron Rapee's lectures are very interesting, the unit convenor this (and last) year is abysmal. Doesn't respond to questions on the forum, doesn't accurately outline the contents of the unit (the textbook readings are huge, assessable, and not clearly specified), doesn't deal with numerous students dissatisfied with marks for written assignment. It is common for some people to rant and complain, but it seemed that their number somewhat exceeded the norm. The situation could have been dealt with quite easily -- by providing statistics on grade distribution, like it's done in _every_ subject. But no -- ignoring students is much more entertaining.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

interesting unit, the lectures are all online, with each topic/module broken up into parts so you can go through them at your own pace, but of course it's important to stay on top of them and the textbook readings! As long as you do that then you'll be able to handle the exams

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014

Actually loved this subject! Based online with preloaded modules which made it very easy to do the content, whenever you like and as early in semester as possible! Fascinating looking at reviews of all these different pathologies. I would recommend a must for an psychology student, so important to have a fundamental understanding of these diseases before graduating.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014