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36% homework, 36% final exam, 12% surprise during lectures, 12% tutorial work
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learn many concepts on decision-making
tutor, homework, pop up quizzes, exams, proposal
irrational thinking; economic psychology
so many assessment: pop quiz, tutorial worksheet, proposal and exam
reasons for, the mental process, and the ways of improvement for irrational thinking
to conclude heavy workload
Applicable and practical knowledge of psychology.
40% exam, 36% assignment, 12% quizs, 12%tutorial activity
A brain demanding course. The course will teach you a bunch of concepts that are useful in daily life. However, learning is fun, but assignments, quizzes and exams are not.
Assignment x4 (every two weeks)
Tutorial Activities x4
30& exam 40% assignments
something interesting, lots of reading materials need to be refer to
homework, tutorials, quiz, exam
It's all about psychology and bias when people encounter choices and decisions. Quite interesting.
4 hw, tutorial quizzes, in-class quizzes and examination
This course is quite interesting yet challenging especially to those who have not taken any psychology courses. Basic knowledge of probability is needed. The workload is a bit heavy (e.g. monthly homework assignment composed of 5-6 short essay questions, biweekly MC quizzes) but hard work will pay off.
Homework assignments (x4): 40%
Tutorial attendance and exercises: 20%
Final test: 30%
Easy to understand , interesting course
Interesting concepts and examples about irrational thinking.
Homework, research proposal, tutorial exercises, quizzes, final test
Why people will make irrational decisions
some basic psychology concepts and interesting daily life examples
4 homework, quizzes, final project proposal (15%)
tutorial with WS
30%exam, 70% coursework
20% book report
workload重 有in-class quizes
interesting and funny
Homework tasks 40
Tutorial exercises 20
Bias, Fallacies, Psychology applied in Marketing Strategies, etc. Useful and interesting.
A lot of coursework. Not difficult; manageable.
other course work
Describe and give examples of common errors in intuitive judgement and decisions.
Recognize and identify these errors in real world situations.
Explain psychological theories for these errors and supporting empirical evidence.
Discuss and critically evaluate psychological theories of intuitive judgement and decision making.
Apply knowledge and theories to analyze judgements and decisions in real world situations.
Homework tasks 40% (quite a heavy workload)
Assignments 10% (seem the same as homework tasks)
Research proposal 15% (quite interesting but also time consuming)
Quizzes 10% (quite hard for me)
Final test 25%
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