Winter 2020 - I love Professor Clark! A lot of reviews say that she talks as if her students were babies, but I didn't feel that at all. I think she broke down the material into processable pieces, especially for introductory psychology students. This was my first time taking a psych class (ever), and it honestly made me more interested in the field. She uses clickers for participation, meaning you have to attend lecture. Most of her clicker questions are based solely on participation, but there are a couple that are based on correctness. She does drop the 3 (or 4, I can't remember) lowest clicker scores, which is nice! I found her midterm really easy. I made flashcards on all the key terms and studied them a couple days in advance, and I think I only missed one question. She had 30 multiple choice questions and two short response questions, but I found them quite fair. There is a significant emphasis on the studies/articles she assigns, so I would read those over before the tests. I also attended the review session, and that was a really nice refresher on all the general information that was going to be on the test. Clark also uses Piazza to communicate with her students (other than email). I had never used Piazza before, so I found it a little tedious to use, but she did answer any questions that came up on that interface. I didn't use Piazza at all and attended TA office hours instead, which were super helpful. I would usually just go when a lab/article analysis was due, and the TAs would help check my answers and make sure that I hit all the gradable points. Professor Clark is honestly so amazing and sweet. She talks about her dog (who is super cute) and always answered my questions. I would definitely take this class again!