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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
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