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[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

May 09, 2017

Brotherton, Rob
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

This course did not require a ton of work, but was INCREDIBLY boring and the tests often felt tricky (poorly worded questions or asking about very specific details that were irrelevant to the larger themes of the class.) It's not the worst way to fill your science requirement, but I'm sure there are better psych classes out there.

Workload:

a series of open book reading quizzes (I think there are 6 during the semester and they are pretty easy and don't take too much time)
4 tests, non-cumulative

May 14, 2016

Komissarouk, Svetlana
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

Svetlana's class was interesting and not too difficult. She's funny too.

Workload:

Not too bad - 4 short-ish assignments, a midterm, and a final with extra credit opportunities.

May 04, 2015

Stroessner, Steven Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

Professor Stroessner is a great lecturer! He provides interesting examples related to education policy, the legal system, and discrimination (his area of research), which makes class fun and engaging.

There are four exams during the course of the semester, none of which are cumulative. He requires you to read the textbook, but I looked up the terms at the end of each chapter an hour before each exam and it's worked out very well. On the first day of the class, he will say he doesn't curve - but it's not actually true. He curves at the end of the course, not each individual exam.

Highly recommend!

Workload:

4 non-cumulative exams (curved at the end of the semester).

December 26, 2013

Higgins, Tory Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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Although the class material is interesting and Higgins is a famous researcher, the class was disorganized. There are no practice tests to prepare you for the midterm and final, and the textbook overlaps with the class material in about 50/50% of the times. Mr. Higgins decides what research matters from his own or from the people that best represent his point. Also, he tells the class where he disagrees with the textbook sometimes. Otherwise, you better guess. It is imperative to show up to every single class or you won't have the material that you need for the exams. The exams can have two right answers, but we have to guess the best right answer between them, which I found tricky. The online notes given by the TA's don't have all the material that you need to succeed. They are a poor summary of the lecture. In addition, the tests don't really reflect your knowledge. There is a lot of memorization as expected from a psychology class. This class requires more preparation and time with Higgins than you think for an A .Lastly, he has a good sense of humor, is kind and knowledgeable. Yet,I wouldn't take the class with him again, unless I have more time.

Workload:

Lot of reading. 35% Midterm, 50% Final and 15% assignments. All multiple choice or you can choose to have half of the exam as a multiple choice and the other half as an essay.

February 17, 2013

Higgins, Tory Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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This was the best class I've ever taken at Columbia. He goes through the material very slowly, so it's a class for students who like depth over breadth. I attended all the lectures and paid attention, not so much because my grade required it but because I got so much out of going. Tory is a leader in the field but he is also an incredible teacher.

I highly, highly recommend this class to anyone, whatever you're studying. Attend the first few lectures to see if you like his style, and go from there.

Workload:

Easy. Attend the lectures and go over the assigned readings before the midterm and final. The tests are all multiple choice, which is stupid, but if you know the material you'll be fine.

December 25, 2012

Higgins, Tory Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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Lectures were very slow; he never uses Powerpoints unless it's for in-class "experiments," so it's difficult to take notes and pacing is very odd. I took the class with a friend who really liked the slow and repetitive lectures, but I found them exhaustingly boring.

Tory also has a tendency to overgeneralize. He's definitely a big name in the field, and his insights into some commonly cited social psych experiments is very valuable, but his gender essentializing ("men are always like this, women are always like this") gets really grating after a while - especially since it seemed taken for granted that these differences were natural or innate.

The material is so interesting; I just wish he were a more engaging lecturer.

Workload:

Easy exams and a few exercises scattered through the semester. The exercises are graded weirdly depending on your TA (mine seemed to grade them randomly). Lecture attendance isn't mandatory.

December 26, 2010

Higgins, Tory Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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I don't know why Higgins doesn't have a gold nugget. He is a bona fide brilliant professor.

Higgins is brilliant in the traditional sense, of course. He's an academic bigwig, and his studies and pictures will appear in more psychology textbooks than you can handle. This, to me, is always less important than how good of a teacher someone is (after all, we're at Columbia. I'd at least hope that my teachers were accomplished and intelligent). Higgins is remarkable in this way, too. His lectures are engaging, keep you involved, make you laugh, and blow your mind at times. He relates facts and take-aways easily and runs through the main points and ramifications of every experiment, relating it to the four broad themes of the course.

If you have a hard time paying attention in class, I can see why you may have complaints. His powerpoints are bare because he saves almost all of the information for the physical act of lecturing, and though the TAs do a good job with the distributed "take home messages" of each lecture, they're not enough. But I am generally as ADD as they come and I was swept up in all of his lectures. Again, he's an incredibly interesting person to listen to. He makes you want to go and take down every word out of his mouth.

Sign up for this class. You'll really like it. But once you're in, commit to it. You'll get so much out of it because you're taking it seriously and you'll enjoy it immensely.

Workload:

Four take-home short writing assignments, midterm worth 35%, final worth 50%. Keep up in class, know your experiments and themes, and breeze through the text and you'll be fine.

January 10, 2010

Higgins, Tory Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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I write this review not so much to talk about Higgins himself. He's well-established in his field and clearly very, very sharp. He'll challenge standard Social Psych concepts (for example, the mainstream interpretation of Millgram's work) by pointing to their blind-spots; he's not one to merely repeat what the textbook says. In fact, he rarely if ever alludes to it, which I think is a strength of the course. And he's a pretty funny guy, so the material--which is interesting on its own--seems even more engaging.

I'm writing because I've noticed that a lot of previous reviewers have complained about the course's grading in ways that seem comically misplaced. I want to set the record straight. You have one midterm (35% of grade), one non-cumulative final (50%), and four short one-page assignments (15%). Each exam is either wholly multiple choice or one part MC and one part essay (each person can pick his/her preferred format). If your essay is way better than your MC, only your essay counts. MC is eminently fair. Some questions were dropped from the midterm because they were later deemed ambiguous. Questions come from both lectures and the book. Those that come from lecture are about the MAIN POINTS discussed in class. There's nothing nit-picky. Moreover, after each class the main points are *given by the TAs!* A "take-home points" document is posted on course-works for each class session. True, sometimes questions required a little bit of imagination--not everything can be answered merely by rote recall of the take-home points--but there are no grounds for reasonable complaint here. For those questions whose answers come from the book, these are similarly main-point oriented. A few are really specific, but these are just to separate the A+'s from the As. If you just want an A, you don't have to go crazy memorizing the book. And even if you want an A+ (which I got), you just have to read the chapter once while paying close attention. Each chapter should take 2 hours to get through, which isn't much if you do one chapter a week.

About the take-home assignments. They're graded on a scale of 1-3 corresponding to A/B/C. The reviewer below who claims that Jamil is some malevolent TA who refuses to give As seems not to have considered the possibility that his assignments just weren't that great. He gave me and my friends As. This is anecdotal of course but I don't have anything else to go on. The bottom-line here is that, like the multiple-choice, a tiny bit of imagination is required to do well. This is not Science of Psych or Mind, Brain, and Behavior where you can breeze through just by memorizing everything in sight.

Basically, I don't want the reviewers below who have complained about the "difficulty" of this course to scare people away from taking it. Higgins is a really great professor and it would be a shame if you decided not to take this class because some people who didn't do as well as they would have liked decided to write misleading CULPA reviews. It's not that much work and you'll learn a lot.

Workload:

Light. See above.

January 01, 2010

Higgins, Tory Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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This is one of those classes where you may not get an A, but you'll walk away understanding the subject and interested in it. If you really care about your 4.0, be prepared to read every chapter in the book, spend hours on the assignments, and study endlessly for the tricky exams. If you just go to the lectures, you'll still learn a lot and walk away with an appreciation for social psych, and probably get a B+. I agree with most of the other reviews about Professor Higgins-- he is an academic heavyweight, really influential scholar in social psychology, and it's truly a privilege to learn with him. He's a GREAT lecturer and makes the material accessible without watering it down. The TA's can be annoying, and the outside assignments were not productive, but the lectures go by so quickly because he's just a great speaker who wrote the book on a lot of this stuff. Great class, highly recommended.

Workload:

midterm, final, 4 homework assignments graded on a 1-3 scale-- beware of these, they can really bring your grade down. exams are 1/2 multiple choice, with a choice for the second half for more multiple choice or an essay, questions on the exam are really tricky and there's no curve.

December 14, 2009

Higgins, Tory Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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Prof. Higgins is an engaging lecturer and one of the most respected social psychologists today. His lectures are interesting although somewhat slow. Beware of the grade you will receive in this class, however - he does not curve and what you get is, well, what you get. There are several implications of this:

1) The exams are primarily multiple-choice with the option to write an essay as part of them. The multiple choice was chosen by most people in the class - this means that to get an A you can make no more than 3 or 4 mistakes on a 50-question test.
2) The 4 short assignments WILL impact your grade. There are two TAs, Lexi and Dave, who are very fair graders and reward you for your hard work; the third, Jamil, will give you a 2/3 no matter how well you write your paper - you might as well discover some new social psych principles and will still receive a 2/3. My guess is he doesn't really read any of the papers and just slaps on a mediocre grade for the third of the class misfortunate enough to have him review their assignment.

Overall the class was entertaining - but thanks to 1/3 of the TA crew being jerks, don't expect to pull off an easy A.

Workload:

Midterm and Final, multiple choice w/ option to write essay for part of the exam; four writing assignments that different TA's rotate through to grade. Jamil will demolish your grade and ruin your dreams of doing well in Prof. Higgins' class.

October 23, 2009

Higgins, Tory Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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Lectures are extremely boring. Although he is a nice and very intelligent man, I did not think I could sit through one more of his extremely boring lectures. I followed the book more closely than his lectures simply because he was so boring I couldn't pay attention. Pulled out a B+ at the end of all the torture.

Workload:

long tedious chapters to read but not horrible

June 04, 2009

Higgins, Tory Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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This was a highly enjoyable class, one of my favorite classes this past semester. Professor Higgins is knowledgeable, enthusiastic and really passionate about his field. He brings his own perspectives to class and offers interesting readings into a lot of areas in the field of social psychology. While he does not follow the textbook closely, it is a helpful read. The lectures are easy to follow and his TAs put up summaries of each lecture after class that are very helpful. Both Higgins and his TAs are very approachable and always open to answering questions. I really feel this course helped me understand the field of social psychology better while at the same time making me aware of some common pitfalls when dealing with research findings in this area and the importance of always thinking all sides through before making any judgments. I would definitely recommend this class.

Workload:

The textbook is kind of hard to get through because of the length and breadth of the chapters, but if you keep up with it on a regular basis its not a problem and is actually very interesting.
There are 4 out-of-class exercises that involve a one page report or conducting a simple experimental exercise.
There are two exams—a midterm exam (worth 35% of the final grade) and a final exam (worth 50% of the final grade). Each exam is divided into two parts. The first part (PART A) has multiple-choice questions. The second part (PART B) has an option—to continue with multiple-choice questions or to switch to essay questions.

May 22, 2009

Higgins, Tory Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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Professor Higgins is clearly a brilliant man and is at the apex of social psychology as is evidenced by the importance and number of studies and theories that he has put forth. HE can be very engaging, however, he moves through course material at a snails pace and can be very tedious. The material for the course is very interesting and a worthwhile reason to take the class.

Workload:

1 midterm, 1 final and 4 small two page papers. it is very easy so long as you do the reading.

May 17, 2009

Higgins, Tory Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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This was a great class. The subject matter is very interesting and Professor Higgins is a star in the field, so it is great to hear his perspective. His lectures are clear and engaging, he has a wonderful sense of humor and the classes are a joy to attend. One thing to beware of though: as easy as the lectures and (boring) book reading make the class seem, it isn't THAT easy. You really need to go to class and have done the reading to get a good grade on the tests (but if you do the work, you'll do well) and while the exercises are a joke, as many other reviewers have said, they are strangely graded harshly (they are graded with either a "Pass" or a "Pass Plus," and most people receive a "Pass"). Though they are only 15 percent of the grade, they could come back to bite, as in my case. I got an A minus on both tests, but because I got only a "Pass" on the exercises, I got a B plus in the class.

Workload:

a midterm, worth 35 percent, a final, worth 50, and 4 exercises worth 15 percent, some reading, very low workload overall

June 26, 2007

Stroessner, Steven Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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Oh my goodness, such a boring and self-absorbed class. Don't bother reading the textbook, just go to class and copy down notes like the other mac drones in the room. Listening to stupid questions makes lectures just tedious. Exhibit A: "Why are mixed people more attractive than you know, one race people?" And then, cue 10-minute awkward response. Don't waste your time...not good enough to merit your attendance at every lecture.

May 23, 2007

Stroessner, Steven Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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Stroessner is fantastic! His lectures are consistently engaging and interesting! You do not have to be a psych major to enjoy the class either! Take it!

Workload:

3 midterms- a bit tricky sometimes but generally fair

April 06, 2007

Higgins, Tory Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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everyone was pretty bored, and a lot of people decided to not come to class most of the time because the slides/main points are on courseworks. i would go to class becuase the information that he posts on the internet is not easily understandable if you dont go to class. i have moderately smart friends who are also in the class and the average is about a b-. he is nice, and a brilliant guy, and a great person to have a contact with, but not my favorite teacher.

Workload:

most people dont do the reading, but that reflects their grades. not that much work overall, but get ahead on the reading in the book because it is lengthy and boring. also most of the info comes from lectures, so focus on that. mainly, moderate workload

May 11, 2006

Stroessner, Steven Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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Very enjoyable professor. His lectures are straightforward, engaging and very interesting. The reading is not that heavy, but you will enjoy every aspect of it.

Workload:

3 non-cumalative tests- each covers about 4 chapters of material. The tests are mostly multiple choice with two short answers. Overall, a great class to take.

April 22, 2006

Kross, Ethan (TA)
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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One of the most helpful and approachable TAs I have encountered so far. He truly wants you to grasp the material, and if you go to see him about the midterm/final he is more than willing to go over questions you have and explaining them. A great TA for a great class.

December 21, 2005

Higgins, Tory Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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I always looked forward to going to Prof Higgins' class. He is an engaging lecturer- funny, EXTREMELY intelligent and well versed him social psychology, answers all questions. The subject matter was also extremely interesting- explains how people function in society and as individual members of society. The class was not particularly challenging. I read all of the text book assignments in the week before the midterm and final- though I regret not keeping up with it, as it would have added to his lectures. BUT his lectures are not simply a recap of the text book. Don't expect to do well on the exams if you don't go to class and take notes- theyre about half text book/ half lecture. Exams seemed tricky as I was taking them- but I ended up doing really well. Go figure.

Workload:

4 VERY MINI take home experiment/assignments. They each took about 20 minutes. Text book readings, fairly light. Midterm and final. VERY manageable.

October 05, 2005

Stroessner, Steven Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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Workload:

I just wanted to make one comment about his tests. The book is important. There are definately questions from the book (for example, detailed questions regarding percentages etc.) Also, for the final, atleast 10 questions were directly from the book- if you read the chapter carefully, the answers were obvious. in short: READ THE BOOK!

June 15, 2005

Stroessner, Steven Silver_nugget
[PSYC BC1101] Statistics and [PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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Professor Stroessner is hands down one of the best professors i've ever had. He's laid back & funny while still conveying incredibly interesting material. His lectures are (despite what another obviously delirious student said) incredibly well structured and highly interesting. Exams seemed easy, but that's only because he prepares students well and adequately tests what we had learned. He also brings in examples from experimental research--which is much more interesting than simply stating ideas & theories. I wasn't in the lab for social psych but I wish I had been--not because the class was particularly difficult without it, but because I think it would have been a lot of fun! I really can't say enough about how much I liked Stroessner's courses!! Take him for whatever class you can!!

Workload:

3 exams...notes are more important to review than the book

June 06, 2005

Stroessner, Steven Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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Excellent Professor. Available outside of class. Our final was scheduled to take place from 7-10 PM but I went to his office at around 4 and asked him if I could take it then just to get it over with. He said sure and didn't give me any problems about it. That's just the type of person he is. Easy to talk to. Only criticism is that he sometimes has trouble striking a balance between lecture and discussion. It's a social psych class so everyone remembers "a time when . . ." happened to them and 3 examples is really suffiicient.
Overall grade for professor: A

Workload:

3 exams, non-cumulative. Between 1-2 chapters of reading/ week but doesn't really need to be read until before the exam (but definately needs to be read)

May 16, 2005

Stroessner, Steven Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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If you are not a psych major do NOT take this class with Stroessner. I admit the subject matter was interesting but sitting through class was torture. I should have known from the first day when he said that his lectures can change depending on the questions of the students. Well the people in my class asked so many questions that he never really got through the material in class. You had to study the book and the notes in depth. Since he never really explained things in class you were left alone trying to figure out what is important and what everything means. Stroessner thinks to highly of himself. The psych majors play up on his fullness by laughing along at all his personal life stories. I was not in the lab and felt that people in the lab had an advantage since the tests questions were geared towards many lab exercises. If you are a student who likes to learn in class and know what to expect this class is not for you. We spent one whole day discussing when to have the final exam. Even though he is accomodating to people's needs come on you are the professor so make a decision and stick with it. One whole lecture lost to people compl aints. Oh and lecture notes differ from the order of the book so the class is harder than it should be. TIme is spent trying to figure out where the notes fit in with the book.

Workload:

Not so much but exams are tricky, especially when you learn so little in class.

January 02, 2005

Higgins, Tory Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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Professor Higgins is a decent lecturer and a pretty entertaining guy, BUT he is far from the amazing professor that everyone makes him out to be. Every now and then he'll tell funny little anecdotes and make jokes about Canada, but mostly his lectures can be so tedious and monotonous that I find myself (and many other classmates) wishing that I had just skipped class. He has a magical way of talking about a simple concept for 45 minutes and answering every single person's question--no matter how irrelevant or unintelligent the question is. Plus, watch out for Eric the TA!!! Do not subject yourself to any of his "review sessions". These "review sessions" consist of Eric preaching his reasons why he disagrees with everything Professor Higgins has taught during the semester. I don't know why Higgins puts up with Eric. Bashing Eric aside, the topics taught in the textbook and in class can be very interesting. But why not just buy the textbook and not have to put up with boring lectures and an incredibly obnoxious TA?

Workload:

midterm, final--both have tricky, highly subjective multiple choice sections. The TA's claim that there is only ONE "right" answer--however, this claim is highly debatable. The midterm and final are both half mutiple choice and half multiple choice/essay (you get to choose). The 4 exercises you have to complete are such jokes (less than 10 minutes for each exercise).

January 21, 2003

Higgins, Tory Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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Most interesting class and best professor I ever had at this school. He's really funny and he picks great experiments to study in class. Even the reading he assigned was good, and I usually hate reading psych textbooks.

Workload:

Midterm and final. Be careful though. There is NO curve, so on a 94 question final, you have to get at least 85 right to get an A minus on the test. For the most part though, the questions are straigtforward.

January 21, 2003

Higgins, Tory Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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I must say that I intially walked into Tory's class and just felt like "blah. What in the world am I doing here? This class is damn boring!" However, I was interested in the subject and ended up attending classes. Though he is monotonous and has the power to put an anxious person to sleep, he is interesting, engaging, and the more you get involved in the class, the more interesting it becomes. The textbook is a great read in its entirety; while somewhat redundant, there is a fascinating world of psychology surrounding us. And it's very cool to see that Higgins's research is mentioned. Yes, his lectures are NOT a repetition of the book, and you DO need to attend every lecture and to take notes in order to do well on his exams (which are roughly 50% lecture based and 50% book based). His multiple choice questions are tricky, regardless of what the TA tells you, and if you opt to do the essay instead of the remaining multiple choice questions on the final, you better be prepared to write a bible. The exam says that "Details are generally good," but no, I disagree -- details are mandatory. Detail is required and will be the only way for you to get a somewhat decent grade in the course.

Workload:

As mentioned above, midterm and final that roughly cover 50% of readings and 50% of lecture.

November 17, 2002

Higgins, Tory Silver_nugget
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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Tory is possibly the best professor I have had at Columbia... he is engaging, interesting, and doesn't just lecture from the book -- which means you actually have to go to class and take notes on what he says, but you would be a moron not to go to class, since that is the whole reason to take this course. Tory gives you a whole new way of looking at the world and at people. I can't remember a class when I didn't say to myself, "so THAT'S why that happens". He's an inspiring professor who made me wish I had another five years here at Columbia to do more of the research I now am interested in doing. Do not miss the opportunity to take this class.

Workload:

Midterm, final, a moderate amount of reading.

January 18, 2002

Grant, Heidi
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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Very interesting class given by a really engaging professor. The topics we covered were very useful. The only complaint I have is that the class was really rushed. She tries to pack a lot into a short period of time... so learn to take notes fast.

Workload:

2 midterms

January 03, 2002

Grant, Heidi
[PSYC W2630] Social Psychology

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Engaging lecturer, never boring. Readings were interesting. Her slides can be a little confusing though and she relies heavily on them sometimes. The slides can often be found on reserve in the Psych library except for when you get really close to the final. Some of them were MIA then. Watch out for her exams though. You can study for hours and walk in there feeling confident and walk out with a C on the midterm or final. That's the only downfall. Otherwise I enjoyed this class.

Workload:

Manageable readings most of the time. One midterm, one final. Small textbook, but lots of info.

Directory Data

Dept/Subj Directory Course Professor Year Semester Time Section
PSYC / PSYC PSYC PSYC W2630: Social Psychology Tory Higgins 2012 Fall TR / 2:40- 3:55 PM 1
PSYC / PSYC PSYC PSYC W2630: Social Psychology Tory Higgins 2010 Fall TR / 2:40- 3:55 PM 1
PSYC / PSYC PSYC PSYC W2630: Social Psychology Tory Higgins 2009 Spring TR / 2:40- 3:55 PM 1
PSYC / PSYC PSYC PSYC W2630: Social Psychology Tory Higgins 2009 Fall TR / 2:40- 3:55 PM 1
PSYC / PSYC PSYC PSYC W2630: Social Psychology Tory Higgins 2007 Spring TR / 2:40- 3:55 PM 1
PSYC / PSYC PSYC PSYC W2630: Social Psychology Tory Higgins 2004 Fall TR / 2:40- 3:55 PM 1
PSYC / PSYC PSYC PSYC W2630: Social Psychology Tory Higgins 2003 Fall TR / 2:40- 3:55 PM 1
PSYC / PSYC PSYC PSYC W2630: Social Psychology Tory Higgins 2002 Fall TR / 2:40- 3:55 PM 1
PSYC / PSYC PSYC PSYC W2630: Social Psychology 2001 Fall TR / 6:10- 7:25 PM 1