Pretty easy, overall.
I've always had a love for psychology and though I am not in the major, I am in the minor. Prior to this class, I had taken AP Psych at my high school and we had skimmed over the material. Going deeper into developmental psychology and cognitive thinking was very interesting. We started at birth and ended the semester at death and I got to reflect on everything up to where I am now and hopefully I'll be able to remember everything I learned for the future.
I learned a great deal about infants and their cognitive thinking that I did not know before. The way children's minds rapidly develop is amazing. There was a lot of group discussion and personal reflection in the class which is something I was not expecting but was thankful for.
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Advice for students:
Attend every class because the lectures are fill in the blank and you don't know what's missing until you get to class. I downloaded the lectures before class so I could fill them in on my laptop. Make sure you study a lot for the first 2 exams because she drops the lowest grade and you can let the last one go. I would start studying a week in advance. I also handwrote my lecture notes each night to better absorb the information.