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Did this in Session 3. There's a LOT of content to remember, so I wouldn't recommend this if you're just wanting a breezy elective. I chose to do it because I thought it'd help to say I did a psyc subject for my different course. I was really warned against not doing it in Session 3 (REALLY HEAVILY WARNED) so I was quite terrified and prepared, in that sense. Maybe because of the warning intensity, I felt relieved to know it wasn't as bad as told. If you do it in Session 3, you have to do multiple lectures, online tute tasks and quizzes every week, so yeah it is intense. But manageable. It's different if you do it in session 1 or 2, but if you're doing this the online Session 3 time; it takes 2 full days (and a biiit more sometimes) to get through everything compulsory (so excluding readings). A bad part of the unit is the Research Design Lectures. They're unrelated to the main lectures and the guy who reads them can't make it enjoyable since it's just stacked with random info on...research. I get Psyc has research, but a whole semester long component on it is unnecessary imo. Tip: Put the Research Design Lecs on 2x the speed when you watch them, and open the uploaded slides when you're doing the quizzes (which are easy if you CTRL-F the slides). The final exam is just multiple choice- I haven't done it yet, but I feel overwhelmed by all the things I need to remember, so I'm thankful it's just multiple choice. UPDATE: I was a bit disappointed in the exam as it was NOTHING like the practice papers. The question style was even different and I found it far too difficult withthe amount of random information on wide topics. I got a good overall mark (D), but that's because of everything before the exam helping my weighting. I suggest to try your absolute best before the exam so it will be okay if you cant remember everything in the exam.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

This unit was pretty good, though some of the lecturers are a bit crap. Interesting general overview of the field

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

I HATED this subject. dreaded every class. my tutor had a foreign accent and spoke really quietly. Couldn't hear or understand a word they said. Also found the content boring, pointless and frustrating. the parts that were remotely interesting were also complicated and not taught properly.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Good introduction to psychology, there are certainly dry parts of the course but it's overall an interesting and fairly easy start to your psychology course.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

The only rough part is those 2 hour lectures

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Interesting unit, though some parts can be dry. Practice exam is harder than the actual exam, some questions are not in it, it's just a random paper. Easy marks to get in Res Des Quizzes, Tutorial Participation and Research Participation but don't get complacent as some parts of this unit can be rather complex. I did this unit over summer. The tutorials are a bit of a waste of time as they don't go through the lecture content. Unit is heavy in content. Tutors are happy to help. Take advantage of the PAL sessions if you can schedule it in. Essay requirements not taught properly, ask tutors for further clarification. Lillienfeld textbook helpful for filling in missing gaps, can be accessed online through Library Multisearch or RESERVE COLLECTION Textbooks. Lectures cover most things, though I preferred it to be a bit more detailed like the textbook. The RES DES TEXTBOOK wasn't that helpful, but some questions in the Res Des. Quizzes can only be known through accessing this textbook. All in all, Mem is a good unit convenor happy to help!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Really interesting unit, with applicable content. It could have been organised better, and the TopHat component wasn't always congruous with the research design lectures. Essay requirements were very poorly taught, so definitely do your own research into APA formatting because the tutors are hardly helpful! Simone (tutor) was very rude, unhelpful and unapproachable as well, so avoid her if you can!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Definitely got me excited to do the rest of my psychology degree! Some of the content was heavy, though: please be careful with the lecture on eating if you have experience with eating disorders, it's not very sensitive at all.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Really interesting content. The lectures and the tutorials are a bit wonky and dont match up in content all the time. There's a lot of content with reading and writing but all the information is useful and insightful into the behaviors and thoughts of humans. Overall the subject is interesting but it needs a lot of work and concentration because you either get it or you dont :(

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Super interesting unit. There's a lot of content but the textbook is great and the lecturers are generally great and engaging.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018