I have been practicing meditation for two years already.In so far I have attended all Deepak Chopra meditation experiences which I found very helpful but not as helpful this course provided me so far.
Engaging content and excellent pace. While the level is introductory (I'd have liked a bit more depth), I would expect this from a lower-division/breadth course—and even more so from a MOOC like this.
par Triana B•
The course is somewhat interesting, unfortunately the way to provide the information is disengaging. Even though the professor clearly posses a lot of knowledge, he has a hard time landing the information.
par German G S•
Very interesting material, however, I found that the lectures are sometimes difficult to follow due to the lack of visual slides or schemes. It would help tremendously to the lectures imo!
par Deleted A•
The beginning is well prepared, interesting and informative, the end is undercooked, subjective and repetitive. Be it 2 separate courses, I would rate them 5 and 2.
par Marni S•
I enjoyed the course material and the idea behind linking Buddhist concepts with psychology; I just found some of the videos a little dry.
par Abhishek S•
The contents are in too much details if compared to the other courses of coursera,,only thing it should be made little precise
par Krishna S•
Good course. It was informative and gave me information from the perspective of Evolutionary Psychology
par Pavankumar B•
A unique course that has encouraged a fresh approach to theology.
par ANAND K R•
Could provide certificate. As of now no certificate provided
par RIYA B•
There is no certificate for this course so don't join in
par Beatriz S•
Excellent! Pity there is no certificate for this course.
par Darleen M•
Loved the professor. Do not like essay questions.
par Beatriz C•
good but not what i expected, too boring
par Kamala .•
Nice course more information its give
Actually i have learnt most
par Francisco J L M•
THANK YOU ALL. Namaste.
par Жураева М•
par Guillermina E E A•
I finished the Buddhism and Modern Psychology course, I liked it but it has no certificate. However, I think that they should grant a proof of studies or diploma, even if it is not official, due to the effort and time invested.
I was excited that Princeton University offers the course, in fact it was one of the reasons why I signed up.
I would have liked to be able to say that I did these studies with the support of the knowledge offered by the University. Believe me, otherwise it's like I've read books and wikipedia.
par Georgiana S•
There is no diploma at the end of the course! You invest your time for nothing! If I wanted ONLY information about Buddhism I would have read A BOOK! But I wanted A COURSE! With a DIPLOMA at the end! Please create a diploma for this course, there are LOTS of other people complaining on the forums about this too.
par Jo P•
I was attracted to this course because it offered the science behind Buddhism and I am studying neuro-science. I have abandoned it as it is yet an other exposition of Buddhism. Neglible science, neglible evidence - just stuff I already knew from non-scientific Buddhist sources.
par Andrea P R C•
Los cuestionarios estan en ingles por lo que es difícil resolver aunque el curso tienen subtítulos y la resolución de dudas me pareció muy informal debido a los perros que muestra y habla de ellos
par TUSHAR V S•
THE VIDEOS GET BORING AFTER SOMETIME. IT NEEDS ANIMATION OR STORYTELLING TO UNDERSTAND MORE. THIS COURSE WAS NOT HELPFULL TO UNDERSTAND CONCEPT IN-DEPTH.
UNHAPPY WITH COURSE OUTCOME.
par Natalia S A•
Abandono el curso porque el contenido está muy basado en opiniones del profesor pero no brinda mucho contenido teórico.
par Terry C•
A bit thin on the psychology. References are not hard to find and post in Resources.
par Faridul A S•
Where is my course completion certificate?