Neuroscience and the Mind
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Incredible subject. Definitely needs extra work put into understanding it. Ethics section regarding its use in the court room was such an interesting fact to consider.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
I thoroughly enjoyed this subject. There is no denying that the lecturers were all dynamic and passionate about their subjects and that translate when they teach. All in all this is an excellent subject.