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PSY2071 Summary Notes

Summarised notes of the weekly lectures and readings.

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PSY2071: Developmental Psychology Semester 1 notes

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PSY2071 Textbook Summary

A comprehensive collation of chapter summaries for the prescribed readings for Developmental Psych,...

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Reviews

marking for assignments was super subjective and completely depended on your tutor, making it hard to get good marks

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

A very large amount of content!! Definitely start your exam notes early. Second year psych is very different from first year, this is where a lot of students drop off and the ones left likely are wanting to go on to the next degree so it can get competitive. Definitely utilise your tutor!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

One of the more challenging second year units, but the content was really interesting and valuable.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Nice and I really loved it, I got a distinction. I could guide my fellow classmates

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

The unit is fine to be honest. Could get a bit dry occasionally but definitely not the worst psych unit out there. The DAEs are a bit annoying and stats section in the finals was a bit confusing but, besides that a pretty straightforward unit and highly recommend it.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Interesting unit if you don’t leave it all to the last minute. Data analysis exercises are decent, and so is the lab report and other assignments. But the exam, especially the stats part of it was a bit of a mess. I recommend properly learning the stats info during the semester (even though it’s in the last few weeks) rather than waiting till swotvac.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

If you're looking for a unit that is relatively easy and interesting at the same time this is it. Easy to get through, the assignments are straight forward (attend your labs and you will get good marks). The exam is good to study for, hopefully like this year, they will provide more broken down readings instead of whole chapters, making exam study a breeze. Only downside is statistics: the assessments are easy with the right resources provided to you so there's no reason to do bad on those. Only thing is the exam component which is hard and draining to study for.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Super easy unit to score in! Easy to understand & relatable to our everyday lives. Contains a small statistics component but that's not too hard at all.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016