This class was tough.
This teacher knows the subject inside and out and can explain every topic with doctoral expertise. The course might have been much harder had she not been the person teaching the subject.
The most interesting thing I learned from this course was how psychological events can be explained by the smallest mechanisms in our bodies, such as the malfunctioning of nerves to produce false sensations. The way nerve cells function had mostly been an enigmatic phenomenon to me before taking this course, though now I have the expertise to explain the functioning of a nerve cell and the psychological problems the malfunctioning of nerves could cause.
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Advice for students:
Really studying the material in depth makes a difference. The smallest things are important so making sure you know the intricate details about each subject and subset of subjects is very important. If necessary I suggest looking at out of class resources to learn everything in more depth than apparently necessary.