Charles Kemp

Psychology Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 
Computational modeling, high-level cognition
"Charles Kemp"
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Habibi AA, Kemp C, Xu Y. (2020) Chaining and the growth of linguistic categories. Cognition. 202: 104323
Rothe A, Deverett B, Mayrhofer R, et al. (2018) Successful structure learning from observational data. Cognition. 179: 266-297
Zaslavsky N, Kemp C, Regier T, et al. (2018) Efficient compression in color naming and its evolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Jern A, Lucas CG, Kemp C. (2018) Corrigendum to "People learn other people's preferences through inverse decision-making" [Cognition 168 (2017) 46-64]. Cognition
Navarro DJ, Kemp C. (2017) None of the Above: A Bayesian Account of the Detection of Novel Categories. Psychological Review
Jern A, Lucas CG, Kemp C. (2017) People learn other people's preferences through inverse decision-making. Cognition. 168: 46-64
Lucas CG, Kemp C. (2015) An improved probabilistic account of counterfactual reasoning. Psychological Review. 122: 700-34
Carroll CD, Kemp C. (2015) Evaluating the inverse reasoning account of object discovery. Cognition. 139: 130-53
Kemp C, Jern A. (2014) A taxonomy of inductive problems. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 21: 23-46
Dalrymple R, Kemp C, Smith P. (2014) Characterising work-based learning as a triadic learning endeavour Journal of Further and Higher Education. 38: 75-89
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