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PSYCH 1X03

Introduction to Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour

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Prof: Michelle Cadieux / Fall 2022

Dec 23, 2022

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Very interesting and applicable course and extremely well structured. The weekly quizzes were sometimes tough but the midterm and final were a reasonable difficulty.

Course Content

Each module content is very different which keeps the content fresh. It is applicable to real life and even helps with study habits.

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Very fun lectures and always answered questions. Great teaching style.

Advice

Follow and trust the schedule of this course, it was made for a reason. Watch the module before the lecture, attend the lecture, go to your tutorial, and do the weekly quiz and everything should be fine.

Delivery: In personGrade: AWorkload: LightTextbook Use: Optional
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5Amazing Prof

Prof: Joe Kim / Fall 2022

Dec 12, 2022

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Nothing but love for this class. Dr. Kim and Dr. Cadieux are phenomenal instructors that really know how to make this content fun. While the workload is a bit heavy at times (weekly quizzes, long modules), it never felt like a drag to me. Has a reputation for being one of the best first-year courses at Mac and I think that's well deserved.

Course Content

The content is just a general overview of human psychology, and it's super interesting to learn about. Nothing ever goes SUPER in-depth but I'd assume upper-year classes do. The structure, while a bit strange, worked for me, and is as follows: Weekend: Watch a "web module" (roughly 45 minutes) Monday: Lecture, expands on the web module Mid-week: Tutorial, review web module content and textbook Friday: Weekly quiz /10 marks I quite liked this system, as I really felt like I GOT the material after reviewing it so much.

Comments on the professor

Dr. Kim, who taught us during lectures, was wonderful. Dr. Cadieux was also great! Both are very knowledgeable and approachable people, and were super friendly when I spoke to them with questions.

Advice

I don't think the Handbook is really all that important - I'd save your money - but the textbook is pretty essential, as the quizzes always have at least one question pulled directly from it and the midterm/final had a few. Also, I'd recommend watching their "Science of Learning" module EARLY - it's got super good info about studying that honestly, I wish I knew sooner.

Delivery: HybridGrade: AWorkload: HeavyTextbook Use: Yes
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3OK Class
3Avg. Difficulty
4Interesting
3Kinda Useful

Prof: Joe Kim / Fall 2017

Aug 25, 2021

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One of the most hyped up courses at Mac, everyone raves about it, so in that sense, it is a bit overrated. The material is interesting but in can be dry for a lot of people too. It's also definitely not a bird, but also not hard to get a 12 either. Also, there's module lectures too and you have to make notes on them, and I absolutely hated modules in any class I had

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Great prof, funny and makes the content relatable. A little cringe at times, but it's fun and he's definitely helpful

Grade: A+Textbook Use: Yes
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5Amazing Class
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5Very Interesting
5Very Useful

Prof: Joe Kim / Fall 2020

Aug 25, 2021

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If I had to recommend any course to anyone who's willing to take a course that's not exactly "bird" but really interesting and useful, I'd recommend MacIntroPsych courses. The course is set up so beautifully. Content is interesting. Modules are clean and easy to follow, and fun! The profs are awesome people and don't make going to class a chore. You have to do a quiz each week on that week's content. That might sound awful to some people, but oh my gosh is it useful. I think I ended up remembering most of the content from my IntroPsych courses than any other class simply because of this. And, they were marked pretty fairly. The profs are psychologists; of course they teach you in ways that are proven to be effective for studying, and it shows in your marks.

Comments on the professor

I had Dr. Kim. Really cool dude with a knack for explaining things effectively. He was really passionate and interested in his work. I find that he does speak a little slow for some people's comfort though. He's also got a pretty good sense of humour, so that's a plus.

Advice

Do the weekly quizzes. Actually try testing yourself when answering the questions in the modules. You end up remembering a lot of content by the end of the class. Do attend tutorials and read the textbook as some questions are pulled from both of them. This class can be a bird if you make it.

Suggest a professor

Joe Kim and Michelle Cadieux. Both are fantastic profs.

Grade: A+Workload: 5hrs/weekTextbook Use: Yes
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4Good Class
4Easy
4Interesting
4Useful

Prof: Joe Kim / Fall 2020

Aug 25, 2021

Comments on the course

It was a fairly easy course with one midterm and final exam. There are also weekly quizzes and tutorials. Lectures are interesting as well but only apply the concepts from the modules. Textbook is just a detailed version of the modules, you can do well without the textbook since only 10% of questions come from it and they’re pretty easy to guess. But I used it when a weird quiz question came up, so it’s definitely useful to have. This course is useful for learning behavioural psychology type stuff and should be good for MCAT.

Comments on the professor

Very nice man, does talk slowly tho lol, 9.5/10.

Advice

In order to do well, I would mainly focus and make notes on the modules as they are majorly tested.

Grade: A+Workload: 4hrs/weekTextbook Use: Optional

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