Critical Thinking in Psychology full summary notes under PY1103 from the James Cook University. Written in 2021, these 27 page notes got me a HD.

  • Summary Source
  • weekly contents
  • Class Year
  • 2021
  • Grade
  • HD
  • Number of Pages
  • 27
  • Staff Rating
  • 5/5

This guide is the perfect PY1103 – Critical Thinking in Psychology: How to Think about Weird Things study guide that summarises all the necessary details of the entire subject. The material is organised in chronological order based on weekly contents. Weeks 1 to 9 are covered. This is not a hard to learn subject. Therefore some of the weekly contents are left as they are. As an example, these are all the contents related to Week 7, 8 and 9 (Application of the CoA):

  • Week 7 is just a revision of chapter 6
  • Week 8 is the application of the CoA in the subject of homeopathy
  • Week 9 is the application of CoA and the alternative hypothesis in relation to ghosts

With these notes you can get to know the subject better without all the hustle. They are great as exam preparation materials and open book exam resources too. I have also included some of the basic assessment tips as well.

Reading chapter are:
  • W1: Schick & Vaughn Chapter 6 p.171-181 and Chapter 7 p.222-234, AND Religion-motivated Medical Neglect
  • W2: Schick & Vaughn Chapter 2 and 3
  • W3: Schick & Vaughn Chapter 3 AND Logical fallacies in action (Donald Trump)
  • W4: Schick & Vaughn Chapter 6 and Why Science?
  • W5: Schick & Vaughn Chapter 4
  • W6: Schick & Vaughn Chapter 5
  • W7: Schick & Vaughn Chapter 6 p.171-197
  • W8: Schick & Vaughn Chapter 7 p.227-231
  • W9: Schick & Vaughn Chapter 7 p.268-276 AND The Haunting of Hampton Court

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