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More interesting than psyc1001 but if you haven't done that then it's alot more challenging. Same structure loads of content and research report. Need to study weekly to stay ontop of it all.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Really interesting, however, sometimes tutorials felt a bit pointless.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

much more interesting than PSYC1001!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

This was my first subject in psych, and it was really interesting and you're always engaged. Tutorials were good (following the manual questions, watching videos etc.) and Alice Lo explains things well, and there is a more personal touch when she learnt our names. The lectures were pretty good, I have to say that Emotion was a little bit unclear, but Marc de Rosnay did try to speak in a casual manner, so props to him for that. It was great looking at IQ tests and the Flynn effect in Mental Abilities with Bruce Burns, and I liked how Marianna spoke about things in Abnormal. My favourite topics were Learning & Motivation and Perception; both incredible! Lots of interaction with the students as well as some demonstrations and fun things to do in L&M with Ben (plenty of stories and jokes) and Perception with Frans. Caleb Owens (the Cognitive Processes lecturer) is a great guy, and he organises the course well. If you do this course, remember to do the SONA research participation and attempt the online quizzes! 10 easy bonus marks! The staff at PSYC1002 love feedback, so I hope they read what I wrote haha. Overall, a really enjoyable course; I did this as an elective and it was probably one of the best I have done.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

Definitely add it to your first year subjects!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2013

Tutorials were so boring. Everything else was really good though and kept me very engaged and interested. Loved the assignment.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Once again, another great first year psychology unit. Report writing can be difficult to grasp for first years, but there are great resources provided to all students, and the tutors are fantastic.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

A lot of content. Very interesting, however if this is your first semester at uni, the amount of work to cover may be a shock! Start the report as early as possible and read wide! Do not leave your lectures until last minute and try to attend them in person! Do the online quizzes and research participation!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

There is A LOT of content for this unit and it takes up a lot of time. This unit also requires a lot of effort - you HAVE to go to the lectures in order to fully grasp the mass of content

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

I found this course very interesting, and most lecturers made their content interesting.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015