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Reviews

Can definitely say it was an enjoyable subject. This subject was a wonderful overview of the key areas of Neuroscience, although personally I felt that the content was quite basic (as a third year). Lecturing style of the main lecturer (Peter Kitchener) might not suit some people - it's a bit like listening to a fun podcast, where you kinda have no idea what to learn for the exam. But then, he provides a summary of the key points on the LMS for each lecture and this is very helpful for exam prep! I was one of the people who had a hard time choosing their major (Neuro vs HSF) but I definitely do not regret choosing HSF as my major & doing neuro electives! Still able to get a good grasp of neuroscience, as there's so much you can learn in your own time from textbooks and papers. :)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Engaging subject that covers a wide variety of topics related to the vast and continuously growing field of neuroscience. Does a good job of balancing the hardcore science and more philosophical aspects. Really not a difficult subject if you stay on top of lectures. Would definitely recommend.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Very interesting course to give you the an understanding of the fundamentals of neuroscience.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Interesting content with lots of memory work however, assessments can be hit and miss. Especially with the MST being 30% and made up of only 30-35MCQ, each MCQ you get wrong/right can be a big deal.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

This subject was overall quite interesting, it tied together a lot of core concepts about the nervous system

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

A really good subject! Neuroscience looks more at the entire nervous system as opposed to Neurophysiology which looks more at the cellular level. I would recommend doing both neuroscience and neurophysiology together however, if you are choosing between the two I would say definitely go with Neuroscience. The content is quite interesting, quite easily comprehendible and compared to Neurophysiology the content I think is easier in Neuroscience.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

The subject was really good! Also, it is more straightforward compared to NEUR30002. I highly recommend doing both at the same time as they are scheduled to complement one another. For the first two lectures, you learn about the history, it was quite mundane but, it wasn't at all difficult. Then the 5 senses, how movement is produced, optogenetics (1 lec), developmental neurobiology (1 lec) & you learn about memory, pain, fear, rewards & pleasure which were really interesting. They are taught very similarly so it is easy to associate them. You also have mental disorders, evolution, digestion, language, the importance of prefrontal cortex & consciousness. These are basically the topics involved & most are very easy to understand. the only disadvantage was that the discussion board isn't as active as others. for example, NEUR30002 has Piazza which is a site where you can ask any questions and other students & professors would answer it. But to overcome that, simply emailing the professors would be sufficient to understand the principles.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

very interesting

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Overall a very solid subject, lectures are pretty good across the board although there was a couple that were poorly delivered. It offers a good basic introduction to neuroscience. There isn't a whole lot of tricky neuroanatomy or things like that, but I would recommend to anyone taking this subject to do a bit of neuroanatomy on the side will definitely help with understanding. The last few lectures venture into deeper areas of neuroscience-philosophy around consciousness and these are really interesting. Assessment was straightforward with a MST and an exam, neither was a killer, but a few tricky questions popped up.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014

Quite interesting, lectures are all of a similar, relatively high quality. One MST which was long but fair, but as this is the only assessment apart from the exam it is worth 30%. Roughly divided into two halves, specific nervous systems (e.g. vision, hearing, touch, pain) and then it gets a bit more psychological, touching on neural diseases like Alzheimer's, and what different bits of the brain are responsible for (and how disease/damaging them affects behaviour).

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014