Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This class was very interesting because it gives psychology majors (or those interested in psychology) a look into how memory works and is stored in the brain, which is touched on very vaguely in other psychology courses.
The highlights in this course, in my opinion, was the part of memory dealing with how reliable memory is. Most think that memory is photographic and very accurate, but in reality, it is very malleable and can be manipulated easily. This particularly piqued my interest when we discussed memory with crime and legal matters.
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Advice for students:
I would advise students considering this course to put in a lot of time to read over the textbook and the material as well as doing extra research and reading articles on the subject matter.