Andrew Kemp is an Associate Professor in Psychology at Swansea University (since 2016), with research interests spanning positive psychology and cognitive neuroscience through to epidemiology and public health. His research activities have been recognised internationally including fellowship of the Association for Psychological Science (2017) for sustained, outstanding and distinguished contributions to the science of psychology, one of the first-ever research professorships awarded by the University of São Paulo (Brazil) to visiting scholars (2013-2015), two prestigious fellowships (2005, 2009) from the National Health and Medical Research Council in Australia, and two promotions (2007, 2012) at the University of Sydney, also in Australia. His teaching-related innovations and achievements have been recognised through fellowship to the Higher Education Academy (2017).
- PGCERT HE with distinction (2018), teaching qualification, Swansea University, UK
- PhD (2004), Psychophysiology, Neuropsychopharmacology, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours) (1999), Psychology, major in biological psychology, University of Melbourne, Australia