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This is the first time this class was thought in the psychology department. It is Brain, Mind, and Motion Picture. The professor is a nice person and he really knows the material he presents. The downside: his powerpoints are not that helpful when it comes to studying. His lectures are mostly outlines of topics he discusses in class with images to better explain the material. The lectures do not have all the information needed to do well in the class you have to listen carefully, ask questions, and make sure you understand the material. There are quizzes based on readings which are 35% of your grade. The final is 65% and had some short answer questions of which were no surprise since he gives you hints which questions he was going to ask for the short answer. The quizzes are not too difficult but do not take them lightly. Although he basically gave out some easy points in the final by using some questions you have seen before do not get the wrong impression the class is an easy A. If you cant explain a certain topic or image in the slides then you do not fully know the material and would recommend to go to his office hours. I did not and my grade suffered.