Pretty easy, overall.
Most amazing professor I've had. I'm changing majors because of him. He was great at explaining everything. Even when we were learning about something he prefaced with "I know this isn't the most iNTeresting thing but..." I was captivated every class. There was never a day I left that I didn't want more. It was by far my favorite class and I would 100/10 take it again as far as enjoyment.
We learned so much! Brain areas, sensation, perception, personality, experiments, conditioning (classical and operant), personality disorders, all sorts of stuff. Everything was a highlight for me. I couldn't have loved it more. He's great at explaining concepts, he hasgreat course material, and he's great looking ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
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Advice for students:
Great course, great instructor. Be wary of the research credits. You need 7 of them. You get them by participating in experiments or by writing papers. Experiments are way more fun but if they're not as much of an option for you just get the papers out of the way. That was the most time sucking thing for me. Exams I didn't study and I made A's, largely because I was so engaged to begin with that I was absorbing everything. If brains, or humans, or behavior intrigue you, take this course. It changed my life.