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DO NOT DO THIS UNIT. If I could give no stars I would have done that. Useless lectures, lecturers, tutors and readings. Nothing really helps. This should not be compulsory and should only be an option for psych students who are interested in neuropsychology which is probably less than half of the cohort. Don't ever bother asking for help from the tutors because they will ask you to "figure it out on your own". The assessment information is extremely contradictory to what they are expecting and are marked unnecessarily harsh. Please do not do this unless you really have to because you will come to regret doing this unit.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Extremely dense readings and absolutely NO guidance from tutors/unit co-ordinators. The learning objectives were extremely broad and given the very high amount of readings, were of little help. The design has not changed since 2016 despite countless bad reviews. Maybe the teaching staff should be replaced by people who actually care.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

The data analysis quizzes were pretty straightforward but other than that I hated this unit. Sooo much content and the unit coordinator thinks that saying 'learn all the readings and lecture content for the exam' that somehow that is helping us focus revision. No quizzes during the semester meant that it was hard to keep on top of content and each reading was a basically a whole chapter so you couldn't actually enjoy any of the interesting content because it was just so much. The lab report was so overly complicated. It felt like teaching staff did not care about the students at all.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

there were lots of issues with this subject. Seemed like the teaching staff did not want us to do well if I am completely honest. No classes for actual examinable content and assignments (lab report) were overcomplicated for no reason. really horrific. Wish tutorials for this class existed.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

The worst unit I have ever taken nobody cares about the students or content - only doing it because it is compulsory.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Extremely hard unit in terms of content, especially if you don’t have a biology background. But, not impossible! The best way to manage the content is to not rely on lecture notes because they cover almost nothing, and to not rewrite notes from the textbook as this will take so long! Instead, you should highlight key info within the textbook itself so you’re relying on the textbook info but not wasting three weeks on one weeks worth of notes. It took me so long to figure this out but it’s well worth it. Data analysis tasks are fine, but be sure you print off the example used on Moodle before the lab because otherwise the labs are super confusing. The lab report was quite technical and I highly recommend using the Findlay book on lab reports to help you through, cause they do mark it harshly. And lastly, use the questions in the textbook to help test your knowledge! This unit requires a lot of self learning because as usual, the lectures were literally useless, but the unit is not entirely impossible!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Absolutely terrible. Don't do unless you really need it for your course/career. Lecturers dont put any effort to teach material with most learning objectives being covered in the readings. If you want to keep up, do the readings from the beginning, your choice if u want to bother with lectures. Must get 45% on exam to pass the unit. For a decent grade, complete data analysis which are pretty straightforward and can get good marks in. Lab report is possible to get a decent mark if you work on it early and hard. Unit coordinator also seems to have no interest in teaching, just relies on us learning the content solo. My tutor personally seemed to want us to do well but the unit doesnt help.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

This unit is super interesting! Especially if you are into the brain, functions and anything with the nervous system. However, there is a ridiculous amount of content you need to learn for the exam. Do the readings, because there is SO MUCH to read it is basically the entire book and they dont give you anything to "focus on" or break down. The lectures only just scrape the surface of what the readings go into, so dont miss them or you'll find yourself in the deepest hole of your life when it comes to exam time. The statistics is annoying, but with the right resources that are provided there is no reason to do poorly. Assignments were a little complicated with little being explained in enough detail. Do this unit only if you're willing to dedicate a lot of time to it, if not, don't bother as it will only bring you down if you're not 100% focused.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

The content of this unit is incredibly interesting, but unfortunately the unit staff make no effort to actually teach it. I watched the lectures for research methods and sensory and sensorimotor systems, and then skipped the rest because all of the following lectures barely scraped the surface of the textbook readings (most of the content we were actually examined on). The content delivered in the sensorimotor lecture was incredibly difficult to grasp and the majority of it was unrelated to anything in the textbook readings for that week, so I found myself really struggling through that section of the exam (the content for that section of the exam covered the readings and lecture, which was a TONNE of content for 1 week). The only lectures that were worth watching were weeks 3, 4, and 6, because they explored topics that weren't covered in the textbook readings and they were vital for the exam; skip all of the others, because you'll need a lot of time to devote to the textbook readings. If you haven't studied biology before, I would recommend staying away from this unit if possible, or studying bio beforehand, because it really should be a prerequisite. I'm a bio major and still had difficulties just because it was so much content to memorise even without having to learn the concepts in the first place. Additionally, the assignment was a complete enigma. They didn't release any kind of criteria until about a week before it was due; they kind of just gradually released information and you had to try to put it together and work out what the assignment was. I'm still not sure if I wrote the right assignment because it's been over a month and they still haven't released our grades. It's worth it for the knowledge gained if you really love the brain, but you could just read the textbook and you'd get just as much out of it without paying the $1000+ to experience such a failure of teaching.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Moderately easy to get a D/HD (especially if you're a science student!) Mostly about human body processes, brain structures & function & neurons. Requires quite a bit of memorising but most Science students should already be quite familiar with the terms & processes.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016