Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course because topics and material covered are interesting and engaging, and I like how the course was taught by 3 different professors whom covered areas of psychology which they specialized in. For example, the first quarter of the class is taught by one professor who specializes in biological and cognitive psych, the second quarter is taught by a different professor who specializes in development, intelligence, and personality, and the last quarter by a professor who specializes in social and clinical psych.
From this course I learned about perception, how the brain processes memories, the cognitive development of children, theories of motivation, social processes and so much more! Highlights from this course included going over optical illusions when covering perception and learning about Sigmund Freud's lesser known theories.
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Advice for students:
Make sure to read the textbook material because although it may not be discussed in lecture, it will be on exams. And because it is not covered in lectures, it's important to do the assignments assigned and go to the discussions. It's also imperative to pay attention to the examples given in lectures because those are also on exams.