Information and learning was far more than I expected. The lectures were clear, crisp and the information provided was relevant. I enjoyed the course and learnt quite a lot about the subject matter.
Given information is very clear and easy to understand.\n\nI really appreciate that it is just the most important parts and not the whole science or odd information.\n\nThank you, I learned so much.
By Isil M B•
A great and useful course.
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By SUBASHAN A V•
The style of teaching which involves a lot of didactic information giving by Prof. Matt and very little visual stimulus can get a little repetitive and it's easy to lose focus. I would recommend more visuals, especially when explaining pharmacological treatments of schizophrenia and for CBT, maybe an example of the session can be role-played. I thoroughly enjoyed the role-playing of actors portraying the various types of schizophrenia patients.
By Cierra L•
This was a basic course that did provide decent background information regarding the history of Schizophrenia, its treatments, etc. Unfortunately, I did not find the course to be an engaging and interesting as I had hope. The professor did a decent job (sometimes the "ums" and "uhs" got a bit redundant and distracting) though I found myself yawning throughout it. Good for the basics though.
By Allison A•
Course does not seem to include the student thinking for themselves.
Schizophrenia is a topic that should be discussed - questions should be asked , and there should be some focus on what isn't known .
The set up seems outdated and messy
By Mrudula B•
I wish there were more visuals in this course. I liked the interviews and it was fun to analyse and study the patients. The course would've been so much more interesting if there were more videos and images given.
By Amal A•
highly recommend the course for anyone who wants to learn more about schizophrenia.well organized content.
By Delia F•
I could not find the answers to the exam question in the videos that were suggested
By Nilanko M•
The professor read stuff out mostly...it was extremely tedious to follow,