Currently revising Biopsych for P2 and i'm just wondering how much detail you need to know as i have a LOT in my notes. So for example, when studying localisation for the brain by notes on auditory centres are: "The area of the brain concerned with hearing, most of this area lies within the temporal lobe. Each hemisphere has auditory centres on both sides of the brain. The auditory pathway starts in the cochlea in the inner ear - here, soundwaves are converted into nerve impulses which then travel to the auditory cortex. It travels by the brain stem where basic decoding takes place. It then travels down to the Thalamus which acts as a relay centre and processes the auditory stimulus further, reaching the auditory cortex where it is recognised and may result in an appropriate response".
The majority of my notes for Biopsych are like this, because i think my teacher wasn't that confident teaching us it and wanted to give us extra info rather than less.
Im just wondering if anybody knows if this is too detailed or how it should be? Obviously, there is a lot more in biopsych to revise so if this detail isn't necessary i will cut it down.
In addition, has anybody been taught the scientific approach for the Approaches module in P2?