Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The course was extremely interesting because it covered abnormal behavior in humans. The course covered topics from depression to dissociative identity disorder. It's the kind of behavior we tend to see in modern television shows like Criminal Minds or Hannibal.
The course was a great segway into the criteria of how to diagnose someone with an abnormal behavior disorder. It covered the criteria based on the DSM-V, which outlines the characteristics of each disorder in detail and the various degrees of severity of the disorder. It's a useful class, especially if you want to pursue a clinical career in Psychology.
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It's important to attend class, take notes, and read the textbook. What really helped me learn in this class is that I was engaged in the material. Honestly, the professor could tell when students had come prepared for class or were interested as well.