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PSYC 461 Psychology of Crime andf Rehabillitation

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    Tangney, AnnB.Butler, ElizabethHuergo, EvansJ.Mandes, AdamJ.Winsler, CarolineE.BoyerFerhat, CarrylL.Baldwin, CraigG.McDonald, DorisA.Bitler, BettinaE.Kanitz, William Kochen
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    Mar 22, 2017
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    This class is by far the most interesting class I have taken at GMU. The content is extremely interesting and Bill makes the class so engaging and exciting with his jokes, real-life stories and funny answer choices on his exams! There is also no textbook required, just a single $24 payment for the tophat app that you will use to answer questions during class for participation points!

    Course highlights:

    We are learning about all of the major drugs. Coke, meth, SSRI's, even marajuana. So far I've learned what makes coke so addicting and the different ways people take it. The history about each drug is really interesting because you find out that some have been around for a long time but just aren't talked about.

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    3-5 hours

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    Make flash cards that go along with the study guide! Attend every class, even discussion days because he will mention some of the essay questions in class and you will only know if you were there!

    • Spring 2017
    • William Kochen
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