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PSY399 (D) Notes

Written by SB

Received a Distinction in this theory heavy unit. These notes are very comprehensive.

46 pages, 13371 words

Psy399 - Comprehensive notes: lectures, tutorials, readings

Written by Mariam

Comprehensive notes: lectures, tutorials, readings enquire within for ethics and WHS modules

80 pages, 20000 words

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Reviews

Having a practical aspect to the course made content engaging and relevant. However, doing well in the subject will take a lot of studying useless facts and info, as well as pulling answers from thin air.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Really did not like this subject. Probably one of the worst out of all the psych units I took. The placement was ok. But the project report assessment task was terrible...It was worth too much for an assessment that has never been done in any other psych unit. I felt quite ambiguous about the task. The instructions given by the tutor and the unit guide were opposing, and so I was left confused. I was disappointed with my marks, as I tried really hard to do what was unclearly asked. Since it is compulsory for psych students, I'd suggest to take the unit guide and talk to your tutor about the project report specifically. It's something I should've done and regret not doing. Good luck!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

The placement opened a great many work opportunities in psychology that I wouldn't necessarily have otherwise had. However, course content is messy, convoluted, and feels like researchers are showing off their research areas rather than interested in demonstrating the holistic approach to psychology. This is a promising subject, but the lecturers need to put pride aside in lecture content.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2013