Cognitive and Social Psychology
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I'd have happily skipped the social aspects of this unit, however the cognitive aspects were good. Caleb is a great lecturer - interesting, engaging and funny!
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016
I really enjoyed the majority of this second year psychology unit. The social lectures were for me, the most enjoyable. Cognition was similarly interesting but quite challenging to study - a lot of memorisation required. The only real area of improvement would be the developmental lectures, which were quite dry.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015
Overall a really interesting subject in particular the social psych content. It really opens your eyes to how the social world operates and how concepts are applied in various aspects of life. Also cognitive was interesting with attention lectures and in particular the assignment for cognitive was really educational in learning how to attentional abilities perform under pressure. One beneficial thing I learnt was that memory recall is more better in the long run when you take your own notes rather than type it up verbatim on the laptop. The memory lectures highlighted that point. Problem solving lectures was really great in breaking down how the human mind makes decisions and solves problems. Really interesting subject, lecturers were great in teaching the subject and if you really focus throughout the semester you can do well in the assessments and exam. Definitely can say I took a lot from that course.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015
A manageable subject, even though the developmental psychology lectures were painfully dry.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015
The BEST 2nd year topic- whilst Lisa is no longer teaching a USYD the content is still as interesting and basic!
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014
I guess it was ok, Necessary to major. If you compare it to PSYC2014, it was a little less organised -When it came to the final exam there was no support! PSYC2014 actually gave you a big list of questions that could be chosen for the extended response section, whereas PSYC2013 did not give you anything at all. This made it difficult to deal with the ALMOST 40 LECTURES that you have to somehow summarise (i'm dead serious). If you want to do both PSYC2014 and 2013, be prepared that both exams are notoriously on the same day. Despite this unit being worth the exact same amount of credit points as many others (6), you literally did 3x the work/content. If you struggled with 1st year psychology and content DO NOT DO SECOND YEAR PSYCHOLOGY. It will not get easier. All Lecturers are pretty decent except Sally who was really quite boring. Lisa Zadro of course was amazing... but that was her last year lecturing so if you wanted to do social psychology purely because of Zadro, you're a year too late.