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A highlight of the major. Dr. Patrick Goodbourne's presentations on Behavioral Genetics were especially eye-opening! I would recommend this one as a breadth subject if you are interested in both the biological and psychological...

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

I found this a really interesting subject, and actually a pretty decent introduction to psychology if you have never studied it before (I did not do MBB1/MBB2, but it was still doable). If you are from a science or biomed background, you will find the content pretty straightforward. You will like this subject if you are interested in the research methods used to study the brain (e.g. TMS, EEG, fMRI...), as there was a lot of focus on this at the beginning and it is arguably the hardest part of the subject. As everyone says, Stefan Bode is an absolute mad lad and an excellent lecturer. The subject is extremely well coordinated by Annie, and all the coordinators/lecturers adapted well to online delivery during Covid-19 in terms of delivering the lectures and changing the assessment to a take-home SAQ exam instead of MCQ. It loses one star for me just because I found some of the later lectures (e.g. memory) quite dry, and I thought that some of the more science-heavy areas (e.g. neurogenetics, drug action) were oversimplified to the point that they were actually poorly explained. Overall, I would recommend this subject if you might be interested in going on to study psychology/neuroscience. It is quite achievable to get a H1 if you put in the work!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Great lecturers, great administration. What more can I say, one of my favourite subjects at University. Make sure you do all the practice questions well as they are a fair indicator of the finals.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

A challenging but reasonable subject with interesting topics, amazing lecturers (especially Stefan Bode) and fair assessments. Majority of the subject was well organised but some parts were rather dry.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

The lectures delivered by Professor Stefan Bode were absolutely interesting. But other lectures especially those topics on neurotransmitters were poorly organised and delivered, the tutorials were neither useful nor fun, (not to mention the tutor was late every time). Not a bad option if you enjoy biology and psychology, but not as satisfied as I expected.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Definitely content overload but the assessments are fair. Lectures are interesting and well organised except for Patrick's section.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Really good subject. Adequate difficulty level while have lots of interesting contents.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

The subject is very rewarding. All the lecturers are amazing, especially Stefan, who made the content on TMS, EEG, and MRI so interesting to learn. To be honest, I was really afraid of these rather very technical contents, but the way he delivers the content was so great that I was not only not afraid anymore, but always so excited to come to lecture. The other contents are definitely very challenging to learn. But once you get a grasp of it, you’ll find that you learn many new things, and it’s all very interesting and relevant to a psych major. I won’t recommend this subject as a breath, unless you love the brain and want to know more about it. For psych major, who has to to it because this is your core, please approach it with a open mind, and please go to the lecture; the content will surprise you.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Good introduction to the biological bases of psychological processes.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Awesome subject to choose if you're interested in the area of junction between neuroscience & psychology (like me!). Even for those without a neuroscience background, it should be an easy subject and the tutorials definitely help you through the big assignment (the report writing). It was not only interesting but also a great WAM booster, because the exam was so EASY!!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018