Psychology: from Inquiry to Understanding

Scott Lilienfeld, Steven Lynn, Laura Namy, Graham Jamieson, Anthony Marks, Virginia Slaughter

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Scott Lillienfled, Steven J. Lynn, Laura L. Namy, Nancy J. Woolf, Graham Jamieson, Anthony Marks, Tony Marks, Virginia Slaughter, Alex Main

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HD - Detailed 60+ Page Notes - Intro to Pyschology

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PSYU1104 Lecture and Reading Summaries

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PSYU1104: Introduction to Psychology 1 (PSYCHOLOGY CONTENT0

Psychology content only for intro to psych 1 Textbook: From Inquiry to Understanding, Lilienfeld et...

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Concise Summary of PSYU1104 Lectures, Tutorials, and Readings

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DISTINCTION PSYU1104 NOTES (Includes Research Design Content)

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Extremely detailed Introduction to Psychology notes (Disctinction, 81)

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PSYU1104 Notes

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PSYU1104: Introduction to Psychology 1 (RESEARCH AND DESIGN)

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Strong workload, but good opportunity to boost WAM. As advised by another student, start your essay early and follow APA guidelines as well as utilise your tutors! Assessed content isn't too tough, but the essay questions can be vague and almost too open to interpretation. There's a lot of content to cover each week, however the workload is still manageable. I did this in Session 3 and despite having to cover 3 weeks of content per week, still managed to get it done in 12-14 hours each week and score a high mark. In a normal semester, 7 hours of study each week is more than enough to net you a D/HD.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

A great introduction into psychology at MQ. Perhaps not recommended as an elective if coming from another degree due to the amount of content. Start your essay early, follow APA guidelines when writing it and ask questions in the tutorials if you're unsure on how to write an essay. If you keep up with the lectures each week then the exam isn't too difficult. With consistent effort an HD (and handy GPA boost) is possible.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

I enjoyed this unit, the workload is immense compared to other subjects but I felt I gained a lot of knowledge out of this unit.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

much harder than you would think; intense work load. 3 hours of lectures, 2 hours of tutorials and all the reading per week was a disproportionate work load compared to most other subjects. Wouldn't recommend as an elective, but otherwise it's very interesting

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Very challenging unit due to the immense content workload. It is interesting but difficult!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Overall an okay unit. I didn't really enjoy it as it is really focused on people studying Psych, and I felt that some of the content was completely irrelevant to what I am studying. If I had to choose this as an elective, I wouldn't due to the amount of content. Can't really provide a full on-campus review, as with COVID, we spent about 80% of it online. Lectures: - Some lectures can be very boring, as they go over a few weeks, and you spend so many hours on one topic. - There are some lectures on mental health issues, which can be heavy topics for some people. They didn't really have warnings before the lecture, so maybe flick through the slides before you start the lectures Tutorials: - The tutorials seemed to be a waste of time, but you can't not go, as they are compulsory - If you are doing this unit, get in quick for tutorials as the good timed ones go fast. I learnt this the hard way and nearly ended up with an 8 am tutorial, with a 2-hour commute to uni. Research Design - The trick is to download the lecture slides and copy them as notes. The lecturer just reads the slides, so not waste your time listening to him. - DO NOT BUY THE TEXTBOOK!!! It is a waste of $80. I bought in the first week, as they made it seem like it's required, however I know so many people who didn't buy it (including myself) and went perfectly fine Assessments - The essay is the hardest assessment of them all!!! They hardly discussed the topic at all in the tutorials, and marked it quite hard. - Personally, I really enjoyed the research participation. It's really easy to get the credit if you pace yourself throughout the unit, instead of leaving it to the last few weeks to do

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020