(Original post by EmaT)
To confusedme12, I really love psychology and plan to study clinical psychology later on.
This course is different from a lot of "classic" ones, like those they teach in the regular program at my school, so basically my entire class hates it and is failing. Though I love it and have a 7. The problem that the rest of my class has with it is that it's quite abstract in the sense that we never do what they see as concrete things, like analyses of dreams and analyzing other people and those kinds of things. There are theoretical things that you may find boring like this historical contexts of the perspectives (oh, the course is divided into three perspectives CURRENTLY, the new syllabus is apparently "drastically" different, and I'm assuming it would be the one that applies to you, so actually I can't really tell you much when I think about it lol.)... nvm
And to Sociallyanxious, thank you so much. The aim of that study (I haven't read it yet) is basically the same, correct? But do you think it would matter if my procedure was different in the way that I would have a list of estimates of other *individuals*, and not of a group as a whole?