The Master psychology of neurocognitive processes and affective Sciences aims to train psychologists who specialize in the normal and pathological functioning of neurocognitive and emotional processes. It also aims to provide in-depth training in the practice of research and thus prepares the doctorate of psychology by relying on international research laboratories specialized in neuropsychophysiologie and cognitive psychology. The originality of this Master is that it offers training in cognitive psychology and cognitive neuroscience centered on the study of cognitive and emotional processes normal and pathological, by giving an important place to the new technologies ( Virtual reality, cognitive computing, assistance technology…) and new methodologies (cognitive stimulation, controlled environment, ecological assessments…) for the management of cognitive pathologies of cerebral or developmental origin.

Competences referred

-Master the theoretical models in cognitive sciences and affective Sciences-have a thorough knowledge of the neural bases of cognitive and emotional functioning. -Have a thorough knowledge of cognitive, neurocognitive and emotional deficits, their diagnosis and their care. -Know and use new technologies in the clinical practice of psychological-to be able to conceive and validate new tools for evaluating cognition and emotions. -Mastering the different stages of the implementation of research in psychology