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Overview of Psychology 101

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Overview of Psychology 101 In general, I do really like and enjoy this class. Pennie is a great teacher and I like the way that she puts her ideas across to us. I like how she talks to us like equals, rather than talk at us like most teachers do. She is a very frank person and I like how she expects a lot from us and knows that we can do well. I like how the Experimetrix was an option, because I am not a paper writing person and it was interesting to take the surveys and participate in the older psychology student’s projects. Most of the movies that we watched were also pretty interesting, especially the ones on behavior. The main thing that I love, though, is how our final exam is on a couple of our last chapters, not a cumulative test based on everything that we have learned. I feel like that is just a waste of time,
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Unformatted text preview: because I cannot retain information very well, especially not for an entire semester. One thing that I did not like was the journals. My printer had broken down that morning and I could not get my journal to print. I had 5 minutes before my next class and psychology is the class after that one, so I didn’t have time to make it to the library to print it out either. I emailed a copy to the teacher saying that that was a temporary submission and that I would bring in a hard copy to her ASAP but I was shot down in my attempts and was not allowed, even though I had it done, to submit my work. I wish that there were more updated movies too. Whenever we watch them, its like watching TV land, where everything is from 50 years ago. It’s much easier, at least for me, to understand things when they are more relatable....
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