M2 SNA - Teaching Program
Sensory Neurosciences and Analysis
The M2 SNA provides students with a solid background in neuroscience and sensory analysis. It includes theoretical and practical classes, external interventions from experts, and training in the field of sensory analysis.
Psychophysiology of perception
The teaching unit addresses the core psychophysiological mechanisms underpinning the perception of senses (touch, sight, hearing, smell and taste), their integration, and their relation with cognition (attention, memory) and emotion. The unit proposes standard and highly interactive inverted-classes, and practical classes with a focus on techniques used to measure perception in humans.
More info: PsychoPhy
Coordinator/s: Irene CRISTOFORI (email@example.com)
This teaching unit aims at mastering methods used for understanding, selecting and using appropriate and advanced statistics in biology such as non parametric tests, ANOVA (>2 factors), mutiple regressions (linear, logistic, mixed), PCA/CFA, and classification.
More info: Stats
Coordinator/s: Philippe BOULINGUEZ (firstname.lastname@example.org) & Marion RICHARD (email@example.com)
Internship in a company
Full-immersion in the world of sensorial analysis in a company for a period of 6 months in France or abroad. Students can also apply for their internship to the work/study training program (alternance, alternating one month at the University and one month at the company during the first semester and entirely at the company during the second semester).
More info: Professional Internship