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Unfortunately this has been one of my least favourite subjects of my undergrad. The SAQ's and essay were marked super harshly (never good as bad a grade before). Hinze's part was really interesting he talked about unconscious decision-making and free will.. other topics are implicit measures, implicit bias, advertisement, unconscious coordination i.e. behavioural mimicry, intention blame and responsibility ..

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

I enjoyed this subject mainly for how it was assessed, but think some improvements could be made to the content. I really liked being able to pick your essay topic early on in semester, and work in it steadily throughout. In my opinion, with sufficient preparation, its fairly easy to do well on the exam. Some of the content in some weeks wasn't really to my interest, but other weeks I REALLY enjoyed it. Particularly enjoyed schema therapy and consumer psychology.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Such an interesting subject! Highly enjoyed it - first assignment was more difficult that it looked on paper but otherwise loved the course.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017