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Reviews

Loved this subject! The 2021 lab report was complex, and definitely challenged me. The exam, consisting of three short essays was heavy in terms of content, but quite rewarding and enjoyable if you enjoy writing. It is critical that you use the textbook for the final exam component.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2021

I enjoyed the content in this subject. Lab report wasn’t hard at all. Practicals can feel a bit dry and mostly focus on doing data analysis for assignment. Online exam was very easy... 3 extended response (500 words) and questions were released a few days ahead plus a few multiple choice (if you had written your responses to the 3 questions ahead of the exam then you get 2 hours to do 36 MCQ). Not sure if they will keep that format going forward though. Highly recommend for anyone interested in psychology, education, and children.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

This subject was a bit of a mixed bag! Some of the content was really interesting, but some was not. The assignment was challenging but fair - although the in-class essay was very harshly marked. The exam was fine so long as you had practiced writing essays. The lecturers gave big clues as to the content they would be examining in their lectures, so pay attention to that and note it down!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Make sure you read the textbook. Given that it's essay, it might be a bit new to some Psychology students. I made sure to come up with interesting points and I topped the cohort for this subject. Definitely put in the effort.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

The material and content in this subject were generally easy to understand and assessments were mostly clear, but overall coordination and organisation were poor. Although the topics were interesting and straightforward, the writing part of the exam was vague and unnecessary.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

I find this subject challenging as the content is very dry, boring, and uninteresting. The exam is tough, with essay questions that focuses on the small details.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Pretty straightforward subject and that is why it is boring. (Despite Amy’s lectures)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Some of the content in this class is very vague and low level. However, look out for any lectures by Amy Perfors, as they are certainly an exception.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Had so much potential to be better but still a decent subject overall. The exam is a bit of a mess but the lab report was fair.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Was very interesting but the exam was badly worded and difficult. There were 3 short essays, out of which I managed to write 2. I was not sure what the 3rd essay was asking of me. I asked around after and it seems many students had the same difficulties.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018