One of the best course. Before I took up this course I have negative feelings towards the drugs addicts. But this course completely change my behavior and opinions towards them. Thank you so much.
I learned a lot from this course that I have been able to use in a ministry capacity. If you are trying to help others with addiction or understand it for yourself, this is the course for you.
By Luis L L•
Very useful for teachers, students, health professionals, drug users and families affected by addictions. Technical, professional and serious approach.
By Gustavo P C J•
Dr. Kuhar was able to deliver a wide view of the subject in a short course. I had some background on the subject and I still think it was worth taking.
By Jakub P•
Very informative, though I would recommend getting a little background on how the brain works in general, it will help you get more out of this course.
By Nazanin K•
The lecturer explains the facts really good and determined! as someone who English is her second language it is really easy to understand the material.
By Maria T H S d l B•
Thank you for this course, professor Kuhar. I really appreciate the organization and the contents. I appreciate your deeply interest for this subject.
By Sarah G•
Very comprehensive and well-delivered course- would definitely recommend to anyone hoping to learn more about addiction and the mechanisms behind it!
By Ritu S•
i cannot really pay for the course.need financial help.hoping for a positive response
i want to enrolll in this course because i find it interesting.
By Abdelrahman M F E•
it is a wonderful course, nut it has only one problem is it doesn't vary in its questions. the questions in the lectures is same in the quizzes.
By Aldo R M•
To the point, very appealing and the professor I amazing! I have been getting so much useful information and details about the brain of addicts.
By Casey L '•
I am absolutely loving this course. The lecturer is extremely thorough in his explanations. Thank you so much for giving me this opportunity. 😊
By Rochelle M•
Video content was digestible and extremely interesting. Professor was knowledgeable and review questions at the end of the videos were helpful.
By Anik M•
Excellent course; Michael Kuhar presented the information in an easy-to-understand manner and I learned lots about addiction from this MOOC.
By Ayesha R•
Very helpful and informative course. And a course which must be taken by every youth to understand the drugs and how they effect the brain.
By Dorde V•
Excellently presented course. Very informative. Some really good recommended links to read along side the course context. Well thought out.
By Dan A•
Very interesting and comprehensive. Very helpful and exhaustive data, corroborated from various fields of knowledge. Thank you very much!
By Rodrigo M Á•
Very satisfied with the quality of the information. Thank you teacher, thank you Emory, and thank you Coursera. Lic. Rodrigo M. Álvarez.
By George w•
awesome course , very much inclusive , it offers all that I needed to know in helping my organization have great impact on society.
By Vivi S•
excellent course, thanks to Dr. Michael Kuhar, Ph.D. for so many things taught and for all the knowledge he shared. I am very happy.
By Esther A•
This course is very useful, practical and very easy to understand. It has really given me new insights into the disease of addiction.
By Supantha R•
I have enjoyed the course very much. It was great,but at week 8, I faced problem with the sound quality. You should edit the volume.
By Angela F•
Excellent course in an easy to use format. Very enjoyable and informative. Resources and video lectures are of a very high standard.
By Elena L•
Dr. Kuhar is an excellent resource!!!
Thanks for clarifying things about the science behind drug addiction and the way our brain is.
By Kids I•
i love the addicted brain course it teachs you so many cool things about drugs,neurotransmitters,how then drugs affect the body.
By Anubhav v•
this course is exceptionally great , the ease with which mentor has explained drug and it's related mechanics was appreciable .
By Edgar C G•
It is a general but interesting view of addiction, the most important thing for me was the topic about clearing out the stigma