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Yikes, warning that the final exam is very hard. Biopsychology lectures were shorter than the learning ones however the bio exam questions were more specific and required a greater understanding of more aspects of the content. I appreciate that both the lecturers seemed to genuinely like the content they were teaching but I found this unit pretty dry and hard to engage with.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

Learning is mostly easy, biopsychology? Not so much. Although the biopsychology lectures are typically much shorter than that of learning, expect that you'll need to attend FAR more time studying that component of the unit. Some background in neuroscience will assist you greatly here. Research report was quite easy to perform well on, and the 10% of quizzes are free marks that I really wish I paid more attention to (I missed nearly half of them). Just be mindful that the final exam is very difficult.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

Cramming two topics (which both have enough content to fill 12 week each) into one unit is insanity! Both very interesting topics, both had great lecturers, and both were well organised. But the overwhelming amount of information was stressful. Agree with a previous comment that having just two assessments also created increased levels of unnecessary stress - would be much better to have weekly quizzes or two assignments and an exam. I struggled in the exam.... when I opened the paper after hours and hours of study.... I had to check the front whiteboard to make sure I was in the correct exam room. I felt that they were trying to trick you or game the exam.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

This unit is notorious for being both very very easy and very very hard at the same time due to the jump from learning to biopsychology. To be honest, I really only appreciated it once I finished the course because I could see how the puzzles fit into the big picture. That being said... most of the time you are left puzzled! Both learning and biopsychology are hugely interesting, although their presentation can be a bit dry... so I recommend forming STUDY GROUPS for this unit! They will make it 10X more enjoyable.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Learning has the potential to be very interesting and I think the content is very important, but I found the lectures dull. Did we really need 3 hours just on classical conditioning? The assignment was very poorly organised and explained, especially considering it was worth 40%. The tutorials were super interesting, though, I really enjoyed them! Biopsychology is something I love and that part of the course was great! It's a lot of content but the lectures were great and everything was explained well. You definitely need to keep up with the content because there's a lot, but it's more enjoyable than the learning part of the unit. The tutorials are essential and my tutor (Jasmina) was very helpful with the content! Having only two assignments (40% assignment, 60% exam) was horrific and far too much stress. The practice exam is a lifesaver! I'd give learning 2-3 stars and biopsych 4-5 stars.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

the learning component was alright but the biopsychology part was very HARD and a lot to take in!! I would recommend going to all of the pracs, they're only every 2 weeks and contain a lot of information but it's so much better talking through it with a tutor - and they were very good with examples and answering questions. The 40% assignment was an absolute joke, i don't think Julia even understood what was going on. All things considering you can still get decent marks. Also, do the practice exam!! it will help a lot with the final exam

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

I dropped biology in high school, yet somehow biopsychology has become one of my favourite psychology subjects. It is a lot of work, but I really loved Sarah’s style of teaching - she was very clear and thoughtful in the way she worded concepts or processes to enable our understanding. For both biopsychology and learning, it was very clear on what we were expected to know to do well in the course. I enjoyed the tutorials (I had Nick who was really good!)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

High content, some background in biology would be a help with this subject. But very interesting and well-delivered content. They take time to walk you through everything that could be complicated, and provided you do attend tutorials and listen to all the lectures, it's not impossible to do well.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

The biopsychology element of this unit can be quite challenging, but it was super interesting as well!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Loved this subject. I have always been a sworn anti-science student but I really surprised myself throughout undertaking this course with my excellent marks. What made this subject enjoyable and of ease? The convenor/lecturers of course. Shout out to Dr. Cornish and Dr. Miller - if only they convened/lectured my other psych. units too!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015