Cognitive Psychology: Connecting Mind, Research, and Everyday Experience

Dr. E. Bruce Goldstein

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Subject was very promising, but it was poorly coordinated. One lecturer was particular disengaged/just straight up bad (don't want to name drop). Adam Osth's lectures were the redeeming quality of this subject!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

Seemed daunting at first, especially as a non-psych student, but actually came to enjoy it in the end. My tutor explained the lab report requirements really well and the exam was pretty simple.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

Content was extremely difficult (especially if you do not have previous knowledge about computational models). Very content-heavy. Assignments were tough (lab report was about categorisation processes). This year was a new structure for the course - wasn't the best. The first lecturer poorly explained topics (first 4 weeks). Was not accessible and had ALOT of assumed prior knowledge for a compulsory psyc subject. With that being said. For people who genuinely enjoy this specific computational and cognitive field of psych, they may find it super interesting.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

Assignment was a mess - compared to other level 2 psych subjects the assignment was poorly designed and in no way were we taught how to properly interpret the non-significant results, leading poor grades for a lot of students who spent excessive time and effort on assignments. Most of the content was interesting at least

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020

I think this subject has been changed a lot from what I did in 2018, but it was at that time a very well organised and taught course. The exam was fair, and the assignment was clear and well-designed.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

A well-organised subject with interesting lectures and content. However, the exam was difficult and it felt like mostly readings of case studies and experiments. Practicals also felt dry and boring.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

The lectures were okay (better than social psyc though, social psyc is way too vague), many experiments to remember, however. The tutor was irresponsible, I was taking both cognitive psychology and social psychology and the tutor announce don't send her email, she's busy in the first tut. The report was challenging for students who did not come from the psychology background (I only took MBB1 before). The notes on student VIP are quite helpful for exam preparations and you do need to remember many experiments by heart, the exam also tests some details which I found unnecessary. I feel there are not much assistance while doing report (while when I am doing chemistry, I found teachers are all approachable and helpful)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Meridith and team have coordinated this course exceptionally well! HIGHLY recommend! The assignment was fun for us, and designing our own experiment was difficult but we learnt a lot from this! All lecturers taught very well! Hats off to Meridith, Phil, Dan and Geoff for an amazing semester filled with highly engaging content! If you have Hayley as a tutor, you'll have a blast!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Meredith is an amazing coordinator and one of my most favourite psychology subjects in Melbourne Uni. Make sure you know all the experiments and concepts at the back of your hand, guaranteed 90+

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Interesting subject, assessment involved a bit too much spoon feeding and did not encourage independent learning but that could be a plus depending who you are. Content is on a similar level of difficulty with biological psych, if you did well on that, you can do this subject just as well.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018