Ratings for Hudin, J I
Based on 25 ratings for this instructor.
Comment: Strongest in philosophy, weakest in the neuroscience, which lead to most of the class, even the neuroscience, turning into a philosophical review of the whatever theory of neuroscience we were talking about.
Submitted Oct. 4th, 2012
Comment: Her lectures are a little disorganized, but she /does/ know what she's talking about, which makes it all worth listening to. Try not to get swamped with the readings for the course and fall behind -- you'll be lost forever if you do.
Submitted Sept. 28th, 2012
Comment: The professor had a tendency to give lectures as if we were highly knowledgable in the field. This was difficult for me because I was taking this as an intro course. Even though the topics were advanced, if you put in the time you will be fine. Hudin focused primarily on philosophy of the mind.
Submitted Aug. 8th, 2012
Comment: Professor Hudin is very passionate about her work. That being said, however, she is extremely involved with philosophy, so the class is definitely more philosophical. Sometimes lectures are hard to follow because she gets on tangents. She gives fair midterms and finals though.
Submitted July 4th, 2012