The topic is really fascinating and its cross-disciplinary approach to decision making really worth exploring: there is a lot to learn from neuroeconomical experiments whether you already have a background in economics or in psychology, and prof Klucharev presents plenty of them.
The structure of the course is very clear and gradual, and the bases of the theory are repeated over the course, so it is really difficult to miss them.
The presentation is clear, even though I think the professor's voice is overall quite flat, despite his clear passion over the subject.
Regarding the difficulty, I did not find the course difficult at all, and was able to complete it in half time during normal working weeks. While part of it could be undoubtably due to the prof's clarity and a rational selection of questions, I think that overall the tests lack depth. I would have preferred some question based on the recommended lectures, maybe limiting them to only those which could be made freely accessible.
Anyway, overall a rather good course on a topic which I would like to see covered more by MOOCs.