His main research concerns Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Cognition, Autobiographical memory and Estimation. His work deals with themes such as Confirmatory factor analysis, Tertiary study and Debt, which intersect with Social psychology. His studies in Developmental psychology integrate themes in fields like Phenomenon, Mean age and Priming.
Simon Kemp interconnects Nuclear family, Self-concept and Duration in the investigation of issues within Autobiographical memory. His Estimation study combines topics in areas such as Event and Actuarial science. The various areas that he examines in his Event study include Time perception and Actual Duration, Duration.
Simon Kemp mainly focuses on Social psychology, Cognitive psychology, Cognition, Developmental psychology and Perception. His work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Happiness, intersects with other areas such as German. In his research on the topic of Cognitive psychology, Estimation is strongly related with Event.
Simon Kemp studies Autobiographical memory which is a part of Cognition. His Autobiographical memory research is classified as research in Recall. His Perception study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Public economics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Linear search, Real estate, Communist state, Context effect and Quality. His Real estate research incorporates elements of Monetary economics, Rate of return and Process management. His Quality study combines topics in areas such as Duration, Inference and Econometrics.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Planned economy, Positive economics and Economic history in addition to Development economics. His Planned economy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Public good, Carry and Political economy. His study in Communist society intersects with areas of studies such as Social psychology, Internal locus, Learned helplessness, Self-efficacy and Locus of control.
Simon Kemp mostly deals with Statistics, Algebraic number, Perceptual system, Quality and Linear search. Sample size determination, Standard deviation, Replication, Sample and Range are the core of his Statistics study. His Algebraic number research includes themes of Implicit learning, Perception, Scaling and Spatial memory.
The concepts of his Perceptual system study are interwoven with issues in Multiplicative function, Psychophysics, Algebraic operation and Real number. He has researched Quality in several fields, including Outcome and Data science. Linear search combines with fields such as Real estate, Programming paradigm, Search cost, Econometrics and Inference in his investigation.
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Perceiving luxury and necessity
Journal of Economic Psychology (1998)
Construction of activity duration and time management potential
Christopher D. B. Burt;Simon Kemp.
Applied Cognitive Psychology (1994)
A test of the peak-end rule with extended autobiographical events.
Simon Kemp;Christopher D. B. Burt;Laura Furneaux.
Memory & Cognition (2008)
Twins dispute memory ownership: A new false memory phenomenon
Mercedes Sheen;Simon Kemp;David C. Rubin.
Memory & Cognition (2001)
The effects of elapsed time and retrieval on young children's judgments of the temporal distances of past events
William J. Friedman;Simon Kemp.
Cognitive Development (1998)
Themes, events, and episodes in autobiographical memory.
Christopher D. B. Burt;Simon Kemp;Martin A. Conway.
Memory & Cognition (2003)
Support for trade restrictions, attitudes, and understanding of comparative advantage
Jonathan Baron;Simon Kemp.
Journal of Economic Psychology (2004)
Anger theory and management: a historical analysis.
Simon Kemp;K. T. Strongman.
American Journal of Psychology (1995)
The Elgar companion to consumer research and economic psychology
Peter E. Earl;Simon Kemp.
Research Papers in Economics (1998)
Student Debt, Attitudes towards Debt, Impulsive Buying, and Financial Management
Lyn Boddington;Simon Kemp.
New Zealand Journal of Psychology (1999)
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