Teaching/Enseignement 

Teaching

Cognitive Psychology (36 h)

This class was an introduction to the cognitive psychology. Topics included memory with the objective to distinguish long-term memory, short-term memory and working memory; attentional mechanisms and emotion. Each class consisted in a lecture course followed by an behavioural experiment on which students learned to write the different part of a scientific paper (Introduction, Methodology, Results, Discussion)

Statistics (118h)

This class was an introduction to statistical analysis with a review of mean, standard deviation, median, etc. and their graphical representation. Students learned to calculate correlation and were introduced to regression. The second part of the class was focused on probability starting with the aleatory and probability system notion.

Communication and Informatic tools (20h)

The objective was to propose to all students to integrate all informatics skill needed to their university career, included: Windows, Mac OS, Linux knowledge; Methods of presentation of a text file and formatting; Excel using with graphic, dynamic table, macro; animated computer-assisted presentation; information research on internet; database.

Faculty Methodology (30h)

The program was focused on the integration of students in university mechanism in a first part. The second part asked students to learned APA norms and create an oral presentation on a scientific article, their work was presented during a class at the end of the semester.

Learning content development

Statistics, theory and informatic practice (90h)