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Reviews

A genuinely good course introduction to psychology. The report/essay writing can be quite challenging though

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

I swear Caleb isn't that bad.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Make sure you focus during Fiona's lectures. She doesn't put anything on her slides. Developmental Psychology made me want to shoot myself, but maybe that's just me. Frank's lectures are pretty easy, make sure you answer his module practice questions.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

As a PSYC100X veteran, make sure you start your research report early! Do the readings early (they won't make any sense the first few times you read it). Ask your tutor questions (shamelessly!) and go over the research modules. I liked the content, some modules more than others. I really enjoyed Helen's forensic psyc lectures and Rebeccca's social psyc ones. Fiona does have an odd style of lecturin BUT all teachers are different, just like students. So just try your best and work with what you've got.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Turned me off doing psychology. Loads of content and babying. No room for curiosity or thought. Just memorise and recite and do what I say for the research report.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Even though I wasn't a fan of one of the lecturers the unit overall was really interesting. The research report really isn't that bad if you closely follow the guidelines they give for it.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Not a bad course overall. The personality lectures were very dry and confusing. Start the research report early - can't stress this enough!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

just dont take it if you aim for an easy HD. the mean score for the research report this year is only 50%. The quizzes are sometimes not based on the lectures. also, personality lectures are so confusing in my opinion

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

not what you think it is. theres alot of learning about history of psychology and studies that makes you realise how messed up everyone is. they also force you to spend 5h of your time doing studies for 5% of the mark lackluster course

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

The subject itself is interesting and the lecturers were good but it's VERY fast-paced, everything is so crammed! If you're not organised or don't attend lectures you're screwed. The assignment is pretty bs, the exam annoying, tutorials were a waste of time but that probably depends on your tutor... Wouldn't recommend it as a filler subject. Do it if you genuinely want to pursue psych. I don't really feel like I got anything out of it in the end of the day, kinda made me lose interest in psych in general but that's just my experience.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017