One concept that I'll remember from Psychology 1001 five years from now is the fixed mindset concept. This concept is something to keep in mind when trying to solve any range of problems and I'll think about it when I get stuck on a problem. When trying to solve a problem and I keep trying to it with the same method each time, maybe the method I'm trying isn't the one that is best suited for the problem. If I can recognize that the method is the problem early, I can save a lot of time. I tend to get stubborn with my methods so it usually takes a lot of time and frustration to realize that there are other ways to solve a problem.
Overall, five years from now when I'm in the real world with a job I can utilize the recognition of the fixed mindset. Realizing that there is the possibility of a more effective solution to a problem when your original method isn't working is a valuable thing to learn from Psychology 1001.
"Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again expecting different results." - Albert Einstein