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Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

really interesting subject, lectures and tutorials are engaging and very detailed. assessments are really easy if you pay attention in lectures.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

Nothing more can be said than in the first comment above - Kerry makes this subject so enjoyable and the content is interesting and applicable to real life situations. So much help was given by Kerry for the research report as well - he goes above and beyond was is necessary, but we all really appreciated (and needed) the help!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014

I totally agree about Kerry - he is ace. The major assignment for this subject take a whole lot of time so make sure you start it early. Prepare to learn some crazy, interesting things!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014

I absolutely loved this subject and it was purely because of my lecturer, Kerry O'Brien. He was great at engaging everyone in the lecture theatre rather than just reading the content word for word off a lecture screen. The content was really interesting and incorporated aspects of psychology and social behaviour. The topics covers throughout the semester were applicable to real life situations which made learning about them quite interesting and straightforward. There was one major assignment task (a written report) which was clearly explained by the lecturer and tutors, and a lot of information was provided to students on how to go about writing the report. There were two in lecture tests which required you to have a pretty good understanding of the content but were very straightforward and included a lot of multiple choice questions.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014