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Prof. Lee is awesome. The workload is nonexistent because he doesn't assign any work besides the reading. The class is made of 3 equally weighted non cumulative 40 question multiple choice exams with a few extra credit points on each and 10 participation points, 2 from each of the 5 sections (they are not weekly). Review sessions are held by TAs the day before the exam and are only useful if you submit questions to it. Prof. Lee is very straightforward and will often say "you need to know this for the test" or "this will be in multiple questions" so you have a clear idea of what you need to study. To get an A in this class you must read the relevant textbook chapters and be able to apply knowledge, not just control f in the PDF because that will not help you. Abnormal psych itself is a cool topic and this one is specifically CHILD-CENTERED and covers conduct, oppositional defiant, borderline personality, obsessive compulsive, autism spectrum, major depressive, bipolar, anxiety, and antisocial personality disorders in addition to substance abuse, anorexia, bulimia, treatment and course of disease. Recommend for a psych major with interest if you are sure you'll do the readings.
I like this professor! Although I agree with the first commenter (his questions are not easy) the tests are doable if you read, reread taking notes, and study the slides. There is no curve. I strongly recommend reading the textbook highlighting the important stuff when you read it first, then reread it before midterm to review only the highlighted stuff, and memorize them ALL. Memorization is important in this class!!! Lee is really organized, neat, and his lectures are straightforward.
DO NOT TAKE THIS PROFESSOR. His exams are extremely tricky and extremely detailed. Most of his questions come from lecture but there's about 4 or 5 on each exam that come from the book as well, and they are so hard to miss. Avoid.