Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course is required for a Psychology degree, and is very informative as far as how learning and memory is formed and retained. I would recommend it as a course to take (if not already required) if interested in the topic.
One very interesting thing learned from this course is that infants learn and remember language when it is presented in person, whereas when it is presented by way of a recording, including video, it is not retained. Another interesting thing learned in this course is that many animals, other than humans, have similar abilities to learn and remember, as well as have the capability to display compassion for others, even outside their own circle (social, family, species, etc.).
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Advice would be to participate with information that adds to the discussion, and to turn homework in on time!