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Very interesting subject. You will cover topics such as Sleep (majority of it), neuroethics, pain (chronic and acute), respiration and discuss links with depression, PTSD, Insomnia etc. Assignment 1 and 2 were marked harshly and require you to think outside the box (Esp Assignment 2).

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2023

The subject itself is really interesting. However, you will have to teach yourself most of the content as the slides are really unclear (no writing only pictures) and the lecturers have a tendency to present new information as if it is already known so they don't go over it in too much detail, which severely limits your understanding. The criteria for the assessments is also unclear and they are very harsh markers so make sure you include every point you possibly can within the word limit. Overall, I would not do this subject again.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2023

Interesting at times but overall could be taught better in my opinion.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2021

I have a love-hate relationship with this subject. Yes, it was interesting to learn about motor movement, pain and sleep. However I found the Weeks 11-12 content about consciousness, stale and not explained as well. Furthermore, the assessment is a paper review which is new for all students, and most people according to my tutor did not do well. It was a very difficult assignment to get right, as you need to point out the right things to critique, anything you missed would get you marked down. Finally, the exam... oh the exam. Overall, very difficult. The practice questions given did not set you up for the actual exam, and like someone else had said, the exam assessed material not in the slides or lectures, which feels unfair. Even going as far as referring to a paper that was not specified as required reading. Overall, I loved learning in this subject, it was interesting and up my alley. However, the assessment and exam felt difficult and unfair. This subject is the lowest score I received in my psych major, dragging my psych wam which hurt tremendously. As much as I loved the content and neuropsychology, for the assessment and unfair exam difficulty we weren't prepared for, I wish I took another psych elective instead.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2022

This was a really interesting subject. The teaching was sometimes confusing and it required a lot of revision, but I learnt a lot. It's particularly interesting if you want to learn more about sleep, as many of the lecturers in the subject are from the Sleep Lab.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Enjoyed the subject. Do take it as an elective if you are super into anatomy and physiology. However, the slides can be unclear at times; and the examination does assess material not included in the slides which I felt was a bit unfair.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

This is an amazing subject with interesting lectures and lecturers, probably the best in my whole undergrad degree. However, be super careful with the paper review assignment. The guideline could be extremely unclear. Remember to include every illogical point you found in the paper in your review, don't just leave examples, don't leave anything out. You could lose a mark for that.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

An interesting subject which discusses the biological basis for PTSD and other anxiety disorders as well as a whole lot of information about how sleep works and the dysfunctions which can arise therein.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Very interesting

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017