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H1 (86) Course Summary and Readings - Personality and Social Psychology

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Personality and Social Psychology Complete H1 Notes

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Detailed Personality and Social Psychology Notes (H1)

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H1 (87) Notes for PSYC20009 - Personality and Social Psych

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PSYC20009 Personality and Social Psychology 2015 lecture notes (H2A)

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PSYC20009 - Concise Summaries for Key Studies

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PSYC20009 - Complete H1 notes and practice questions!!

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Personality and Social Psychology Notes H1

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Succinct study notes (H1) for Personality/Social Psych

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Personality and Social Psychology Lecture Notes H1 2016

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firstly what I was really unhappy about was that the tutor told her students ''don't send me an email I am busy'' (or any similar statement). (me thinking: don't you get paid to be a tutor?) The content is a bit too general (but this is possibly the good thing for examination) However, the problem with both cog psyc and social psyc exam is that they put too much focus on trivial factual details...I purchase notes from student VIP to help me revise and that helps a lot. Lastly, the alb report was a real struggle to me, MBB1 is the only psychology subject I took before I did cog psyc and social psyc, I found it challenging to produce lab report although I did go through all those APA guide, lab report guide and reporting writing video on LMS. If you don't have much psychology subject foundation, go to peer support or academic writing whatever as early as possible. and you could certainly book an appointment with your tutor to go through your lab report (only done so after exam). To speak frankly, I would not choose this subject if I can travel back in time.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

a buttload of content and poor organisation by the lecturers. The content was interesting but was sooo much to digest.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

topics were interesting, but the subject was poorly organised. lecturers use terminology interchangably which causes a lot of confusion

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Great subject and well organised. Some students struggled with the lab report so get help early if you are a bit confused! Good content from week to week, though could be presented in a bit more of an engaging way.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

There was a lot of content as all the readings were examinable on the exam. The assignment was also really difficult. Content fluctuated, some topics were interesting while others were not so good.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Some interesting content that was easy to understand and relate to in the real life.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

I found this quite a standard subject however it wasn't hard to follow.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Sometimes a little basic, mostly pretty good. Bit of a recap from some of the VCE topics, but at least there's good extension.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

I enjoyed this subject - a lot of the theories were just common sense and wasnt hard to follow since you see examples of it in every day life, but it is pretty tricky remembering all of the specific studies (luckily the exam is just multiple choice)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

IF you're into ideas like the Big Five you'll def. enjoy this. note that it really is more like two subjects in one; personality psych, and then social psych.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014