31 juil. 2020
The material is presented in an easy to remember and understand format. Information is repeated several times during a lecture. The videos chosen enhanced understanding and engagement in the lectures.
6 févr. 2021
This is a great course.I'm a film lover and a psychology student.This method of learning [learning through movies] more effect than the usual learning. Hope to see more courses like this in future.
par veronica g•
15 juil. 2020
It's a wonderful course!!! I really loved it!!! And Professor Seamon was very helpful and made very interesting the course. Thanks.
par Yenai J•
13 août 2017
I have fully enjoyed this course. I have learned a lot and the movies were great examples for the topics that were being discussed!
par Carole C•
2 déc. 2016
I loved everything in the course: the structure, going in depth in the concepts, the little quizzes and the movie clips. Thank you!
par Prabhleen A•
3 août 2020
It was an interesting course. I loved the peculiar movie selection and the way various aspects of memory is described through them
par POTHURI S V•
7 juil. 2020
It was a breezy course. My interest was kept intact throughout because of the the wonderful explanations of Professor John Seamon.
par Thomas d S•
9 avr. 2018
Came for Memento, stayed for the soothing, sexy voice.
This course is a perfect example of how to use entertainment for education.
par Brian R•
1 mars 2022
I thoroughly enjoyed this course. The lectures were interesting, on point, and the movies clips brought the topic to real life.
par Siew L T•
6 juil. 2020
Interesting approach in the use of films to teach such a topic. It helps me to learn both visually and auditorily . Thank you.
par Nurtan T•
10 mars 2021
I really loved it. Especially as the movies made the course more alive and I will remember the material better! Thanks so much.
par Tilman J•
28 juil. 2016
A thoughtful and sometimes touching course. It gave me a lot to think about memory and the changes that occur in us as we age.
30 août 2017
The course was really entertaining. Came to know a lot of concepts related to memories and also some good movies. Thanks!
par Stegaru M P•
9 mars 2017
The idea of linking the concepts to movies is really good. I hope to see a course that continues what I've learned so far
par Kartika M•
7 janv. 2021
For the first time I binge-learned something!! This is a wonderful course that I will be using for my research purposes.
par Emily Z•
13 juil. 2020
A charming and very quick (can be done in about 5-6 hours) class but very interesting! The movie clips are fun to watch.
par Amy Y•
10 mai 2020
Amazing course. A very memorable and effective way of teaching using the movie as a guide and application for knowledge.
par Prateek R•
19 mai 2016
Really liked the idea of using movie clips.. -- gives audio/visual illustration/example to textual psychology topics..
par Raluca M•
6 juil. 2017
This has been a very enjoyable course, well structured and entertaining. I have recommended it to some of my friends.
par Germán E C H•
26 août 2021
i BEGAN TO STUDY PSYCHOLOGY IN MY CINEMA CHAIR.BY THAT PSYCHOLOGY AND MOVIES ARE MY BETTER WAYS TO STUDY HUMAN BEEN.
par Isha P D•
10 avr. 2020
Very helpful and really very interesting, Sir has a really high knowledge and puts things up very clearly! Thankyou!
par RITESH G•
31 août 2018
Love the innovative way of learning the concepts on Memory through some excellent collection of movies. Thank you.
par Ronald M•
4 juil. 2017
This is great course about memory! I enjoyed all the movies that were used as examples in the course! Recommended.
par Christy L•
27 juin 2017
This course was easy to follow and entertaining and it was especially useful for learning about ageing and memory.
par Mary H•
13 sept. 2017
Relating the concepts to movies made them easy to learn and remember. Very comprehensible and pleasant lectures.
par Jean S•
6 août 2017
Excellent course informative and entertaining. I especially enjoyed the film clips which illustrated the lectures
31 mars 2016
Great course, i really enjoyed it. The material is very interesting and very well presented. Great job Professor!