Feb 21, 2016
This course has been absolutely terrific! The knowledge and insight this has briefed me with has been very useful, and makes more than a lot of sense. Thank You Mr. Prinstein, and Thank You Coursera!
May 11, 2018
This was amazing, really interesting, well presented. A good insight into how our friendships while of school age can impact on our adulthood and how this is so often repeated down the generations.
par Philipp A•
Nov 07, 2016
Interessting Course. Many "Nice to know" moments and very well produced
par A. E H•
Apr 22, 2018
I liked the course only that I wasn't able to take the quizzes without paying. Thank you for the information, very interesting.
par Luka O•
Jun 19, 2017
This is a good course. Contains a lot of interesting information. However, I found it boring and long at times.
par Tian Z•
Apr 25, 2017
The material is good and the professor is clear and knowledgable. Hopefully there would be more reference documents recommended.
par Mateo G•
Oct 25, 2016
Although I really liked this course (not having paid for it, just watching the videos and the discussions), I think you guys make way too much emphasis on child psychology. Not that this is a bad thing, I actually loved the way you approached the problem of how popularity and its conceptions changes over age, I think you could add some other examples of popularity in adulthood. I would love to see how this conception of popularity affects the workplace, peer relations and romantic relationships further in adulthood.
Thanks, a lot.
par William K M J•
Aug 16, 2016
Was expecting a course geared towards how popularity affects adults in day to day life and how to improve one's own popularity. This course expands upon the various studies done with respect to children and adolescents. It also provides a few examples of how popularity in early life extends to adult life. Still a very useful course if you have children or wondered what it took to be popular as a child, but due to the difference in expectations, I'm giving this course a 4/5 instead of a 5/5.
par Rik d G•
Dec 14, 2016
The course is great. I learned a lot about popularity and the affects on adults. It would be even better if their were some whitepapers or books added to the course.
par María d C O R•
Dec 29, 2017
Aprendí muchos aspectos desconocidos, me gustaría saber como revertir las tendencias.
par NIKHIL M•
Apr 07, 2017
It's really good
Jan 10, 2016
it will be better if there is some form of text or readings that can be shared in the course.
When speaking of the examples during the lecture, I wish there is a real video of the experience rather than just the prof speaking of it. I wish I could have my own understanding in responding to those experiences. However, overall I learnt a lot through out the courses, it is really easy to understand, and usually I watch the videos when I want to take a break from whatever I was doing.
par Lucas D P M•
Nov 14, 2017
Very informative, but can be a little hard to follow when many pieces of research are analyzed.
par Junghwan P•
May 17, 2017
I personally would have preferred this course to have more practical applications of the content presented which students could use in everyday life, but the course is still very interesting, and very useful.
par Benjamin M V•
Oct 03, 2016
Pretty awesome course, everything is crystal clear, it's fun and simple, but it doesn't involve any additional coursework besides exams, so there's not much extra learning from peers.
par Jean R•
Apr 17, 2017
Very interesting, as long as you do not undertake the course to become popular ! I learned a lot, but at the end of the course, I felt that the course was too much oriented on the problems that can arise for young people, especially if they are not popular. Good course anyway
par Leah O•
Jan 09, 2017
Good and insightful. Felt there were some assumptions being made that should be questioned, but, overall, it was a very enjoyable class with an enjoyable teacher. Gave me some information I'm passing onto my daughter on her journey through middleschool also.
par Engin E•
Dec 27, 2016
par Sherine A•
Mar 17, 2019
Pretty ok in terms of the depth of topic and the instructor engages your attention.
Would've liked to see more recent research; most of the research was from the 80s and 90s.
par Eileen O•
Jul 10, 2018
The presenter was very articulate and clearly passionate about this topic. However, much of the research cited was approx 20 years old. Given the significant changes in technology during that time and the rise in the the use of social media, it seems to me that the content of the course is not as relevant to todays young people as it could have been.
par Srinjoy D•
Apr 15, 2016
I wish they could let us take the quizzes without having to pay to verify that we have understood the lectures. However, the topic of the course and the lectures are clear and on point. Love the lessons so far!
par Aleks L•
Mar 03, 2016
The course is way to basic and easy.
par Morten R H•
Mar 10, 2016
Interesting overview of group psychology - but in essence just a bunch of definitions and statistics.
I would have liked more focus on how the group dynamics works and how to influence these - and break the circle of unpopularity, the tools to overcome the aggressive stamp etc.
Also, I found the quizzes often had unclear and ambiguous wording.
Generally happy to have taken the course - but did not quite meet the description or my expectations. Off to the next :-)