Psychological Research: Interpretation & Evaluation
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Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
Difficult course but gets your brain working and will be very useful for your research in honours where you need to consider possible confounds and alternative explanations that might undermine your study.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016
This core course was extremely useful in my opinion - as it taught us how to carefully evaluate studies and interpret their findings. The end of semester exam was open book, however still required quite a bit of preparation as it would've been hard to search for and find the answers during the time allocated.