For an overall description of the year's organization, number of hours and ECTS, please refer to the overview page.
Internal information (restricted to students who are currently enrolled) is posted on the M1 EPI.
- Psy. track: Mathematics by Leonardo Pejsachowicz. Syllabus.
- Econ. track: Brain sciences by Antonius Wiehler. Syllabus.
- Statistics by Angelo Secchi. Syllabus.
Students with a background in psychology (Psy track)
- Introduction to economics (Fall) by Lise Rochaix (Tutorials: Antoine Marsaudon). Syllabus.
- Behavior of economic agents (Fall) by Leonardo Pejsachowicz. Syllabus.
- Introduction to macroeconomics (Spring) by Lorenzo Cassi. Syllabus.
Students with a background in economics (Econ track)
- Introduction to cognitive psychology (Fall) by Anne Hillairet de Boisferon and Itsaso Colas-Blanco (Tutorials: Cyril Thomas). Syllabus. Course Material.
- Introduction to social psychology (Fall) by Cristina Aelenei and Bo Sanitioso (Tutorials: Nadine Chaurand). Syllabus.
- Introduction to differential psychology (Fall) by Todd Lubart (Tutorials: Florent Vinchon). Syllabus.
- Research tools: electronic resources and references management (Fall), by the MSE Library team.
- Applied Microeconomics (Spring) by Liza Charroin and François Fontaine (Tutorials: Charlotte Saucet). Syllabus. Course Material.
- Applied Psychology (Spring) by Lucia Bosone and Phillipe Cabon. Syllabus.
- Introduction to econometrics (Fall) by Angelo Secchi (Tutorials: Nina Rapoport). Syllabus. Course material.
- Introduction to neuroeconomics and to cognitive neurosciences (Spring) by André Knops and Teresa Iuculano. Syllabus.
- Qualitative and Quantitative Research Method 1 - Psychology (Fall) coordinated by Nadia Alahyane and Valentina La Corte. Syllabus.
- Research methods - Economics (Spring): Part I: The practice of experiments by Fabrice Le Lec. Syllabus. Part II: Applied econometrics by Nicolas Jacquemet. Syllabus. Course material.
- Research methods - Psychology (Spring): Part I: Advanced psychometrics by Laurent Sovet. Syllabus. Part II: Observational design study by Carol Sankey.
- Winter school. Syllabus.