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Eric Price
Professor in the Physiology department
at University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
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Overall Quality
3.5
Average Grade
B
Hotness
Helpfulness
3.7
Clarity
3.3
Easiness
3.0
Helpfulness
0
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19 Student Ratings
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07/30/2014
good
5 Helpfulness
4 Clarity
4 Easiness
PSIO202B Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: Mandatory Textbook Use: Barely cracked it open Rater Interest: Really into it Grade Received: A+

Dr. Price is one of the most clear and helpful lecturers I have had in PSIO. He goes into detail but in a way that you will understand the information and remember it for the exam. His exams are straightforward - study well and pay attention, and you will do well. If you are having trouble go to office hours. He is incredibly helpful!

12/20/2013
good
4 Helpfulness
3 Clarity
4 Easiness
PSIO 202 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: Not Mandatory Textbook Use: It's a must have Rater Interest: It's my life Grade Received: B

Split class between Dr. Bailey and Dr. Price. I thought Dr. Bailey was far and away the better lecturer, but Dr. Price's tests are easier, so it's kind of a wash. He doesn't offer many clicker questions in comparison though, so you have to attend lecture to get them all.

12/18/2013
average
3 Helpfulness
3 Clarity
2 Easiness
PSIO201 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: Mandatory Textbook Use: You need it sometimes Rater Interest: Really into it Grade Received: C

Dr. Price is a good lecturer, but he tends to spend time on details that are not important, and skim over valuable information. His tests are difficult and you must study. Psio is a difficult class anyway, and Dr. Price does his best to make it as enjoyable as possible.

11/25/2013
average
3 Helpfulness
3 Clarity
2 Easiness
PSIO202 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: Mandatory Textbook Use: What textbook? Rater Interest: Really into it Grade Received: B

The class is split and Dr. Price teaches the 2nd half. It was a big change going from Dr. Bailey to Price and Price's tests are much harder. Just be sure to pay attention to what he says during lecture and attend class!

05/13/2013
good
4 Helpfulness
4 Clarity
4 Easiness
PSIO 202 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: What textbook? Rater Interest: Really into it Grade Received: N/A

PSIO 202 was split between Dr. Price & Dr. Settle, Price being the better instructor. He can be a little spacey & boring, but in general he's a good professor; he's helpful when you need it and approachable. Attendance is only really needed for clicker questions, and all the test material is covered in slides which are posted on D2L.

02/06/2013
average
3 Helpfulness
3 Clarity
3 Easiness
PSIO202 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: What textbook? Rater Interest: Sorta interested Grade Received: N/A

I have had Price for Psio 201 and 202. He is a nice guy, but he is a boring lecturer. This class and 201 pretty much comes down to knowing the PowerPoints for the lecture exams, lab manual for lab practicals, and going to the study center at Gittings for extra help. If you do all that an A or B is definately possible.

12/22/2012
good
5 Helpfulness
4 Clarity
2 Easiness
PSIO201 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: What textbook? Rater Interest: It's my life Grade Received: N/A

I felt that Dr. Price made the subject enjoyable, although he can easily get sidetracked during lecture. He's approachable, which is good in a subject like physio! The textbook is supplemental, but it can be helpful. As long as you follow the slides, you're golden! Clickers are used for easy participation points also!

12/11/2012
good
4 Helpfulness
4 Clarity
3 Easiness
PSIO201 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: Barely cracked it open Rater Interest: Really into it Grade Received: N/A

Average Professor, Talks fairly quietly, so it helps if you sit in the front. STUDY the POWERPOINTS. Exams can be tricky if you try to cram last minute, but if you study the powerpoints a week or so ahead of the exam, the class isn't too difficult.

12/08/2012
good
3 Helpfulness
4 Clarity
3 Easiness
PSIO201 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: What textbook? Rater Interest: Really into it Grade Received: N/A

Dr. price teaches the anatomy portion of 201, I like him because of that. I think he can be very broad at times, but go to lectures, sit in the front and study the slide for exams and you'll be fine.

12/01/2012
average
3 Helpfulness
3 Clarity
3 Easiness
PSIO201 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: What textbook? Rater Interest: Sorta interested Grade Received: N/A

He is a nice guy, but he is a boring lecturer. This class pretty much comes down to knowing the PowerPoints for the lecture exams, lab manual for lab practicals, and going to the study center at Gittings for extra help. If you do all that an A or B is definately possible.

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