Nov 17, 2017
INTERESTING COURSE. I HAVEN'T GIVEN SCHIZOPHRENIA MUCH THOUGHT OVER THE YEARS, BUT AFTER THIS COURSE A FEW RELATIONSHIPS AND UNDERSTANDING OF THEIR RELATIVES MAKE MORE SENSE. THANKS SO MUCH.
Jul 10, 2018
Excellent short course. The course gives video case studies of symptoms and the content is presented in a factual and informative way, bot of which aid learning.
By Mihaela Thorby•
Dec 02, 2018
Great class, well structured and presented!
By Graham Patrick Tyler•
Nov 13, 2018
Very difficult to stay engaged when the presenter is always saying "um um ah ah ah ah um um"
By Naomi Fagerstrom•
Oct 10, 2018
I wish it could have gone more in depth.
By Haider Ali Shishmahal•
Oct 02, 2018
Amazing, I am learning so much. A big thank you to the professor.
By huda kherallah•
Sep 20, 2018
I currently study Psychology at A level, and this has covered not only the fundamentals we need but also context and history of the disorder which I found very intriguing to discover. thank you for this opportunity!!
By Michael B. Klein•
Sep 11, 2018
Could have been more comprehensive and more with indivigual case histories.
By Dhinesh Gnanadhas•
Sep 10, 2018
Got to know about general idea and its treatment of Schizophrenia.
By Lidia Bizhik•
Sep 08, 2018
A very nice course for everyone who wants to know a bit more about mental illnesses. There is a stigma in our society that's why sometimes it is frightnening to deal with people with problems. The more you know the more you understand how to behave around such people and help them be a part of our lives. Thank you for the course it was very useful!
Sep 04, 2018
Very interesting subject.
By Marc Garcia•
Aug 30, 2018
I loved the course! It’s concise and very much to-the-point, and provides a solid overview of all aspects linked to the history, epidemiology, diagnosis, symptoms, and treatment of schizophrenia from various approaches, both biological/pharmacological and psychosocial. The course consists only of videos, with no required readings associated, and there are some optional forums, but no peer-graded assignments. The assessment is based on one midterm and one final exam, each consisting of 20 questions; this is remarkable, as some of the courses I’ve taken here seem to contain more assessment questions than actual learning material. I particularly liked the practical demonstrations/role-plays, as they help understand how the lists of symptoms translate into real-life experience. Hats off to the instructor and the rest of the team who made this course possible. Thank you!