|School:||University of Virginia|
Pros: almost all material can be learned in lecture, some from reading
no other homework assignments
|Chad is an awesome teacher. He makes all the material very interesting, and he lectures straight from the powerpoints, so it is easy to study for the exams. There are four exams and the final, but he drops the lowest grade.|
Pros: great professor
good videos to correspond with lectures
fun to listen to
Cons: tests can be difficult
Pros: His class is very entertaining.
You learn a lot from this class.
Cons: Exams can be tricky!
Chad is the MAN!!! Take psyc 101 with him and you will be inspired!
Pros: intro level class
holds review sessions before exams
Cons: Large class 200+
Normal 1010 class. 3 tests. Chad is a nice guy and a good professor. take the class
Pros: Very interesting lectures. Uses a lot of visual aids to aid understanding.
Great introductory course if you are interested in psychology!
|Seminar on Memory-- really enjoyed this. Just study the articles, that's all there is to it!|
Pros: Easy to understand
A must for any psychology major
|This class was really interesting and Prof. Dodson was very enthusiastic and presented the material well. Don't be fooled by the level of knowlege in his slides, the tests are really specific and not easy! Other than that, I would recommend it to anyone interested in the subject|
|Dodson is a great lecturer but his exams are difficult and the large class size (and no discussions) take away from the class. Although he lectures directly from slides and posts them online and answers questions and emails very quickly, he often asks very obscure questions on his tests. A very difficult course for the 101 level. Recommend to those who are very interested in psych (if not, take the easier personality one)|
|have to earn 6 credit hours worth of participating in psyc studies.|
|Lectures are interesting and all the content you learn is seemingly simple. But don't let that fool you because all the tests are multiple choice and can be very tricky. Reading the book is very helpful, but doesn't guarantee an A. Some multiple choice questions are so specific and nit-picky, it's hard to believe he mentioned them at lecture but apparently he did. If you're interested in psychology just take a higher level class. You don't need to take 101|
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