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A lot to take in but definitely interesting. Lecturers and tutors are so helpful and funny at times.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

I thoroughly enjoyed this subject. It was interesting but fast paced. There is a LOT of information to learn and memorise, and while the content is straight forward, the sheer amount of content can trip up anyone who doesn't take the need to study seriously. Overall, well run, interesting, and recommended.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

A great subject where you can take all the theories and methods you have learned in previous units and apply them to the real world. For example, you learn about how goal setting and reinforcement can apply in the workplace and how models of memory apply to eyewitnesses of crime. Personally, I was slightly disappointed that the majority of the course is focused on health psych, as I preferred the other two (forensic and organisational). Nevertheless, the subject is generally very interesting and may provide further insight into the ways you can apply your psych knowledge after you graduate.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

Best psychology unit to date- the course content involved forensic, consumer, organisational and health psychology, with a heavy focus on the latter. Although there was limited guidance on the essay, and no sample SAQs on the final, still relatively easy to get a good mark. Tutorials were extremely engaging and really developed your 'application' of psychological knowledge.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Very interesting subject, would have preferred more time studying forensic psych tho, and less on health psych.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2013

One of the more interesting psych electives, with lots of interesting topics such as forensic, organisational and health psychology. However, don't underestimate it, because it's not an easy subject. It was my worst mark out of all my 3rd year psych electives (high Pass)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2012