Prof: Shahram Ghiasinejad / Summer 2023
Aug 7, 2023
There was pretty much only two things we had to do. Exams and essays. To prepare for those exams we had to do notes from the textbook which was free online. The course did have additional resources that may help if you want extra help. The essays were a separate canvas course where we pretty much summarize an article of our choice.
I had taken AP Psy in high school so some of the content was familiar. You did have to prepare for the exam all on your own, with no lecture or anything like that to help you learn the material. The essays were doable in a day with around 800-1000 words.
The professor was good. For the first and second exam the students didn't do too well so he gave extra credit points. He didn't do any lectures or anything, but did put the class average or exams and things like that.
I wish I knew how much reading and notes I had to take for this class, both for the exams and the essays. Make sure to submit all the essays cause there was 2 every week.
Prof: Charles Negy / Spring 2017
Dec 26, 2020
Professor trys to put some contrarian opinions with the subject. Also might start semester confronting stereotypes, if it's about black guys' anatomy just answer him straight.
Attend lectures, as some exam questions ask about his opinion on something during the lecture.
Prof: Daniel McConell / Fall 2020
Dec 20, 2020
This class was a fantastic introduction to psychology. The class is made up of quizzes, exams, and discussions.
As long as you read the book and watch the lectures, you will do fine.
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