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PSYC10003 Mind, Brain & Behaviour 1 (H1 NOTES)

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Great subject for those looking for an introduction into psychology or for psychology students looking to refresh their knowledge after secondary study. Lectures are well structured (2x1 hour lectures per week) and relatively engaging/easy to follow. Practicals (1x1 hour per week) are more or less dedicated to assignments or consolidation of lecture concepts/scientific skills. Assessments can be a bit challenging but there is often a lot of support provided by lecturers and tutors with FAQ webinars to help clarify details. Final exam is also entirely multiple choice and mostly simple to do (most people during the exam finished pretty quickly). Subject enables and encourages participation into psychological studies which can be interesting depending on which are available (new studies are constantly added so check routinely) while also contributing to final overall grade. Overall, quite good and highly recommended.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2024

Grade: 86. Overall, a decent subject. Definitely nothing very time consuming just some memorisation is needed. Content level itself was very fair. However, the assignment is marked rather harshly. A lot of the content is logical tbh. Also, the exam was all MCQ and had quite a few questions which were identical to the practice questions you are given as preparation - so make sure you do those especially for piers' lectures and chris'. Also, scaling is generous. We all got boosted by 5% overall. So yea, definitely a nice wam booster

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2023

Great subject that introduces basic psychology concepts and a little taster to see if psych is worth further pursuit! Also a very good subject for breadth if you are majoring in something else. Would highly recommend!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2023

This was my first time doing a psychology subject and overall I'm pretty satisfied. The learning and cognition topics were first and I thought they were quite interesting and easy to follow, although the lecture slides were a little less organised than the other two topics, but were still easy to follow. The sensation and perception lectures are entertaining to go to, and although the topics can be a little confusing sometimes its not too difficult to wrap your head around. The behavioural neuroscience lectures were the most interesting to me, and the lectures were very well organised which I appreciate and made it easy to revise. The essay assessment topic was, to my friends and I at least, quite complicated to understand and made it difficult to get started. Its also easy to get on the wrong track because of this. Scored decently but doesn't make that much of a difference. Was least worried for this exam because all the content made sense and if you do the practice quizzes it should prepare you well. I think this was a good subject and I do recommend it even as an elective.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2023

I did this subject after I did MBB2, and I’d have to say that I think I preferred MBB1. MBB1 is a tad more science-focussed, with the topics of investigation being learning/cognition, sensation/perception and behavioural neuroscience, whereas MBB2 is slightly more humanities-focused, dealing with areas such as clinical, developmental and personality/social psych. This subject isn’t too challenging and gives a nice overview of a variety of psychology streams. The assessments are an essay and a multiple choice exam (as well as 5% credit from being a research participant). The psych department tends to be quite harsh when marking essays and reports, so I didn’t go as well as I’d have liked, but it wasn’t horrible. The exam was reasonable, many of the questions were taken directly from the practice tests that they give for each lecture. It was 3 hours closed-book and written, though most were done before and walked out of the exam early. Conceptually, the hardest section may have been that of Howe (sensation and perception), however he is quite an engaging lecturer that many liked. Carter (behavioural neuroscience) and McKague (learning and cognition) are both wonderful and taught very concisely, which I appreciated. The final mark ended up being scaled up by 5 points or so. I think this was a great overview of some streams of psychology.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2023

Lecture quality is variable but it's an overall well taught and assessed subject. It's a good introduction to psychology, both for students who studied it in high-school and for people who've never learnt it before.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Literally guaranteed H1. Scored a 95 despite getting 34/40 on the essay (which should mean I get a max mark of 94/100?). Lecturers are good + some of it was interesting. Hated sense perception and barely understood it, BUT Piers was a great lecturer so it was pretty easy to score well in it + the exam just re-used the practice questions we'd been given. Also if you get to do this subject open book, 3 hour MCQ = literally enough time to triple check your answers using your notes and finding the correct lecture slides so really can't go wrong :)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2022

This subject was very interesting, well taught, and fairly assessed/marked. Good intro to psychology!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Interesting content but the quality of the lectures varied, with some lecturers going into good detail while others reading off slides without further explanations. Practical classes were fairly well-organised and aligned with subject content & upcoming assessments. The essay was a bit tricky, and some aspects were graded harshly (especially since it’s promoted as an essay for first-timers) but if you enjoy the topic and can delve into it deeply, it’s possible to score well. The exam wasn’t too difficult as long as you’ve taken notes, watched lectures, and answered the practice exams given prior to the exam. This is definitely more suited for students who enjoy the scientific aspects of psychology (since it covers sensation, perception, neuroscience, etc.) — coming from someone who has taken both MBB1 and MBB2.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2022

Great subject, covers lots of topics and I found the assignment and exam quite easy if you were prepared for it! The bio/neuropsych content was definitely trickier, but doable with a little work. Chris Groot is an awesome coordinator!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020