Computational Behavioural Science
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A breath of fresh air for psychology subjects. Very objective and interesting, particularly for those wanting to code in R more after the gem that is RMHI. Great assignments and very rewarding if you engage with the content actively. Those interested in large language models are also in for a treat!
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2023
This subject was difficult but rewarding. It was the first time they were running the subject, so I imagine they may calibrate the difficulty for future semesters. However, it was doable for me with enough study and effort. A strong background in computer science, programming and mathematics helps enormously with this subject, and those who aren't interested in programming or mathematics will have a really tough time in this subject. There isn't all that much coding you need to do, but you do have to understand pretty well how the code given to you works, and how it corresponds to the theory and ideas. But for those who are interested both computer science and psychology, I would highly recommend doing this subject and giving it your all!