Developmental Perspectives on the Origins of Human Culture
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A very enjoyable course presented very well by David Cowan, with some great commentary on the human condition. There was a nice mix of cross-cultural, comparative, and developmental psychology mixed together to explain large questions about ourselves and animals, and the nature of culture in general. Anyone with an interest in human culture would find the course very enjoyable, especially as assessment is more relaxed than many other subjects.
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This was a really fascinating course! Mark Nielsen is a really great, enthusiastic and passionate lecturer - I would definitely advise doing this course as a 3rd year psychology elective.