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5 surveys for PSYB01

PSYB01H: Psychological Research Laboratory
Instructor: Nagy, A. Course Enrollment: 173
Session: Summer 2007 Section: 1 Percent Response: 32.9%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00082050225.87
Evaluations 02262050205.76
Organization 002132344165.62
Explanations 002132943135.53
Enthusiasm 00201837416.18
Teaching 00241653235.95
Workload 2013696804.02
Difficulty 2213718223.95
Value 00423232044.95
Retake Yes: 64.6%   No: 35.4%
calendar, timetable Comments
Respondents almost unanimously agreed that Professor Nagy was one of the most outstanding instructors they had ever come across. Moreover, they felt that she was highly approachable, knowledgeable, and caring, and that she clearly relayed course expectations.


PSYB01H: Psychological Research Laboratory
Instructor: Nagy, A. Course Enrollment: 168
Session: Summer 2006 Section: 1 Percent Response: 49.4%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00092346225.82
Evaluations 00063038265.84
Organization 00223533275.79
Explanations 00252243275.88
Enthusiasm 00041733466.22
Teaching 00141542386.11
Workload 1256991214.23
Difficulty 10107410504.06
Value 01546271194.69
Retake Yes: 62.7%   No: 37.3%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students found Professor Nagy to be an excellent and enthusiastic instructor. Her care for students and approachability made the course experience interesting. They appreciated her quick and thorough response to student queries (via email or office hours).


PSYB01H: Psychological Research Laboratory
Instructor: Nagy, A. Course Enrollment: 131
Session: Summer 2005 Section: 1 Percent Response: 58.8%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 00052747215.83
Evaluations 00073939145.62
Organization 00142743255.86
Explanations 00042739305.95
Enthusiasm 00161047356.08
Teaching 00041350336.12
Workload 00472141104.31
Difficulty 1186516714.19
Value 03447221674.66
Retake Yes: 61.6%   No: 38.4%
calendar, timetable Comments
Dr. Nagy was described by students as enthusiastic and attentive. Many students enjoyed the engaging lectures and appreciated the use of examples and multimedia to ensure understanding of important concepts. Overall, students rated Dr. Nagy highly as a knowledgeable and effective instructor.


PSYB01H: Psychological Research Laboratory
Instructor: Niemeier, M. Course Enrollment: 224
Session: Fall 2004 Lecture: 30 Percent Response: 46.0%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 12626401874.83
Evaluations 25934281854.53
Organization 234163325175.19
Explanations 154252623175.05
Enthusiasm 3211272321144.81
Teaching 26425312664.80
Workload 12147011123.98
Difficulty 11107012434.14
Value 11341281784.79
Retake Yes: 39.6%   No: 60.4%
calendar, timetable Comments
Students note that Professor Niemeier is clearly a motivated and conscientious instructor but doesn't do enough to supplement the text in class or to hold attention during his lectures. Most students appreciated the in-class experiments as tangibly new material not drawn directly from the text though some found it hard to concentrate even on the experiments. Students credit Professor Niemeier as being fair in grading and approachable.


PSYB01H: Psychological Research Laboratory
Instructor: Niemeier, M. Course Enrollment: 193
Session: Fall 2004 Lecture: 60 Percent Response: 57.0%
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mean
Communicates 10319413075.17
Evaluations 10723332965.00
Organization 104103340125.43
Explanations 10617293895.25
Enthusiasm 326242628114.96
Teaching 106193823135.15
Workload 4176713804.09
Difficulty 21135917714.14
Value 214412813114.77
Retake Yes: 55.7%   No: 44.3%
calendar, timetable Comments
Most students in this course seemed to appreciate the convenience of the on-line section, though some also noted there was considerable overlap between the lectures and text and found them redundant. A few students noted considerable shared content between this course and PSYB07 and suggested it is beneficial to take them together if possible. Although some students felt their attention was not held significantly, almost all agree Professor Niemeier is kind and sincere as an instructor.


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