 0.1 Introduction to sets
 0.2 Subsets
 0.3 Power sets
 0.4 Cartesian products
 1.1 Relations – introduction
 1.2 Relations – properties
 1.3 Relations – equivalence Relations
 1.4 Relations – Equivalence classes
 1.5 Relations – Equivalence classes of infinite sets

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Hi, please can you tell me more/share any papers/research on the intersection of applied mathematics and psychology? Thank you.
I think that Reinforcement Learning is a pretty good intersection between the two. The canonical textbook on the subject is this one: https://web.stanford.edu/class/psych209/Readings/SuttonBartoIPRLBook2ndEd.pdf