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H1 MBB1 (PSYC10003) Comprehensive Subject Notes

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Great introductory subject for psych

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Most likeable subject I had done in 2019. The neuroscience part requires some effort but definitely worth the time going through all the lectures and would be easy to spot the patterns and master the module. It is absolutely fine without biology background. The Sensation and Perception, as well as Learning and Cognition modules can be abstract at points, but would be easier to do well with some understanding rather than just memorising.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Definitely a WAM booster! The content whilst might be a bit much, the exams are extremely simple

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

WAM booster, but I didn't find it particularly interesting. Jason's stuff is extremely content heavy and dull for anyone who has no interest in neuroscience. Simon's stuff is remarkably abstract, and devolves into what I felt like was a continuation of Jason's unit. Meredith's unit was quite relaxed and perhaps the most interesting at all (learning and behaviour). The research modules (Chris' online unit) are not difficult at all. Given the nature of the exam, if you nail your assignments, not too difficult to get a H1, even without understanding all of Jason's material.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Interesting subject to do as a first-year breadth. Contents are generally a whole lot of facts that you need to remember, especially in the behavioural neuroscience topic. Simon's part is quite abstract and his readings were messy to handle, but Meredith's learning and cognition part is very well taught. Tutes were fascinating. Exam is straightforward. Overall a good introductory subject to psych, as well as a generally rewarding experience

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

So so, maybe good of you major Psyc. The subject can be divided into 3 parts: The first part is more like biology than psychology: You studied the name and function of various brain/neuron network parts. This part is so so. The 2nd part is about perception and quite vague, couple with the fact that the lecturer for this chapter didn't teach it well, very difficult to understand. The last part is the best part, it talk mainly about memory and the lecturer is very good.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

First few weeks are pretty content heavy from Jason, Simon's lectures are rather abstract to listen to but overall it's a pretty good subject. Sunset assignment was kinda fun and tutorials were engaging too- Nick was an AMAZING tutor! All lecturers are very experienced, but Chris Groot tops the lot as his explanations are easiest to understand and follow along with. Make sure you study the research methods component of the course too ;)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

pros of this subject is perhaps final exam is MCQs and it's rather straightforward. cons: I never enjoy's Simon's lecture at all, have extreme difficulty to understand him (as other review has mentioned as well), he hardly put proper bullet point on his slide too secondly, for the sunset essay (which is 40%), they kept telling you you could go as liberal as you can (i.e. there's not many guidelines or instructions you can refer to, the lecturer even said there are people writing novel or poem and end up scoring well LOL) Lectures other than Simon's one are good.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

First 4 weeks are hard, then it gets weird then it gets more into psychology. The assessment is pretty funny but its probably the only creative writing piece you will ever do at uni (unless you're studying creative writing...)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Pretty intense start with neuroscience, but eases up from there. Lots of kooky professors which is always fun. The sunset assessment may seem weird at first but its quite fun if you let yourself enjoy it. Fairly easy exam, with some professors putting up a list of 60 questions throughout semester with 30 of them being put on the exam.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017