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.
2 juin 2020
one of the best course I did on Coursera. I really love learning memory and psychology at the same time. the examples given are really just awesome. One useful course during this COVID-19 pandemic.
par Helen F•
5 mai 2016
I appreciate the effort that went into making this course as well as obtaining the film clips. Having said that, if you want to go deeper into the psychology of memory this course is probably not for you. As I progressed through the weeks, I found myself becoming less and less interested since I already know the basics of memory and psychology. I felt I wasn't learning anything new but the clips of films allowed me to see the films in a new light. Maybe if I had bought the book that goes along with the course, i would have gained more insight but as a standalone course, it rates just three stars.
par David D•
26 sept. 2016
I liked this course for the wide range of movie excerpts which underscored a memory malfunction. The scenes were often emotional, quite surprising such a short moment could be so charged.
However the main emphasis of this memory module was to explore malfunctioning memory, to the side of pathology. This was done professionally without a doubt. However this was not what I personally was looking for although one learns about dementia, alzheimer, etc, which is interesting as they will affect most of us in someway or another.
par Jorge R•
29 juil. 2021
Pros: The concept and the structure of the course are great. I feel psychology+cinema is a perfect combination. Plus Dr. John Seamon is a very agreeable and knowledgeable psychologist. You will want to meet him from the very first lecture. /// Cons: The course is too easy/superficial. It does not contain, in my opinion, challenging information or content that can be applied in our profession. Because of that, I truly enjoyed the course as a leisure activity but in any case would I pay 40$ for a diploma.
par Paripsa P•
26 avr. 2020
While some of the material was insightful in the sense that it helped explain important concepts of memory through movies, I felt like certain movies as case studies could have easily been skipped; movies like 50 First Dates did not really teach us anything significant about memory other than the fact that it was an incorrect depiction of memory loss. Cutting down on some such lectures would have made the course more concise and enjoyable.
par Mary K S•
14 août 2020
Frustrating not to be able to go back and see what incorrect answer was. Some questions not very substantive. Not doing this for the grade, just to learn.
5 août 2017
I love this course. It make me understand about amnesia and process. Include of a lot of movie that very interesting for watch it. I'm enjoy. Thanks professor.
par Hugo V•
23 janv. 2017
The professor has a tone of voice that is a little monotonous, but it was interesting to learn about memory with movies
par Lisa M•
4 déc. 2017
It was an interesting class but the sound was bad it was kinda hard to hear without headphones
par Miriam R•
1 déc. 2016
Not in-depth at all, mostly summarizes movie plots. If you're looking for a very light overview of some introductory psychological principles, this course is for you, otherwise, don't waste your time.
par Markus L•
3 août 2019
Though it sounded interesting as first, I found the movies an unneccessary distractions and would have liked to get a version of this course without them.
par Joyce B•
20 nov. 2017
I didn't think the Movies enhanced the subject.
Learned a little, but far too little to justify the time spent.
par Mike P•
8 févr. 2019
Does not show grade for tests taken.
par Deborah R•
14 juil. 2016
par Claire B•
21 mars 2018
I completed 2 weeks & was told week 3 would show up when available. It says I have completed 5 week course. No discussion forum, no Q&A, just continual selling of paid version and other courses with several course bundle. Coursera used to be excellent. Is this your new business model? I tried your chat and FB page, and don't expect help or a reply. I won't try any more classes and waste my time and become frustrated. You could provide excerpts to read. Who is going to purchase a text - not a book, to read a couple chapters?
par Eric S•
15 févr. 2016
The professor's voice put me to sleep; he was monotone. Online classes work best when interesting material is married to dynamic speakers.
par Jimwell S P E•
18 oct. 2016
i dont know why quizzes are locked even though I'm enrolled in this course and already done watching all videos in it.