The Oxford handbook of music psychology

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Comprehensive H1 Music Psychology Notes

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Reviews

A sure H1 subject that also offers good insight about the links between music and psychology that you'll be able to apply to real-life scenarios! :) win-win situation!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

One of the most enjoyable and relaxed subjects I have done. The content was fascinating and I found that I could apply some of the things I had learned to real-life scenarios. Assessments were straightforward and easy and the lecturers were generally great and passionate about what they were teaching. Definitely a must-do for those interested in music and/or psychology.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

This subject is quite simple. The 10 weekly quizzes are often a bludge but require a bit more thought in some weeks. Try to do well on these quizzes (worth 40%) so you don't have to rely on the final assessment as much for a decent grade, because the essay about the impact of music use on cognition and emotion was not enjoyable to write at all. They provide excerpts of high-scoring essays, which is helpful, but the style of writing required was really not that academic and it's difficult to know whether you've done what the markers expect. Overall, it shouldn't be too challenging to get a H1 if you watch the lectures and put some effort in for the essay - I got in the high 80s and spent considerably less time on this than my other subjects.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

This subjects sucks, the quizzes suck and the final assignment asks you to to write a 'scientific/academic' essay on pretty much how music is good for you. Jen Bibb literally butches the seminar where she explains the final assignment too lol. The final assignment is literally the most subjective bs with no rubric where you have to gas up music and say nice things about it so that the teachers/staff (musicians I'm assuming) feel better about themselves. Also, none of the available research has any substantive results so anyone with any scientific background or knowledge can't back this stuff up enough to write academically on it. It's like having to write a scientific research report on something Arts related - yuck. Also, your girl got 47 in VCE English and 80 on the Gamsat's S2. So, she can hang with any of the top Arts students when it comes to essay writing too mhmmm but even then got an atrocious score on the final assignment probably because the marker didn't like me.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Went into the subject thinking the quizzes were going to be a breeze. Not sure if they changed some of the questions but some of the quizzes were hard to score high marks in so had to end up working really hard in the final assignment to secure my H1. Definitely listen to the lecturers instead of just answering the quizzes based on the slides because a lot of questions are based on what the lecturers say. Overall, content is quite interesting and definitely would recommend if you're looking to get a H1.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Interesting, light during semester, assignment light compared to other subjects. Try to do well in the online tests because as usual, it's hard to get h1 in assignments. H1 definitely achievable though, I got 81

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

The content in this subject is quite interesting and it sort of broadened the way I think about music. :) Though the final assignment is not too difficult, don’t leave it till the last minute as it can get really stressful especially when you have final exams as well.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

interesting topics with flexible contact hours. final assignment was rather vague, but the whole subject is enjoyable nonetheless

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

good breadth subject, relatively easy H1 (although they are getting tougher on marking now). But quite interesting and only weekly quizzes and a final essay and no tutes!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

as with music and health, this subject is pretty much an easy way to score a H1. Just do well on the quizzes, and utilise all the resources in the lecture slides for your final essay and there you have it - your H1.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017