Simen Bø is a PhD Research Scholar at the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH), at the Department of Strategy and Management. He holds a Master of Philosophy in Psychology from the University of Bergen (2021). In his research, Simen studies judgment and decision making, with an emphasis on how people think about the future.
|Bø, Simen; Norman, Elisabeth; Wolff, Katharina||Discrete Emotions Caused by Episodic Future Thinking: A Systematic Review With Narrative Synthesis||Collabra: Psychology Volume 8 (1); 2022|
|Bø, Simen; Sjåstad, Hallgeir; Norman, Elisabeth||Working for the Best or Bracing for the Worst? Approach and Avoidance Motivation in Planning||Collabra: Psychology Volume 7 (1); 2021|
|Bø, Simen; Wolff, Katharina||A terrible future: Episodic future thinking and the perceived risk of terrorism||Frontiers in Psychology Volume 10; page 1 - 13; 2019|
|Bø, Simen; Wolff, Katharina||I Can See Clearly Now: Episodic Future Thinking and Imaginability in Perceptions of Climate-Related Risk Events||Frontiers in Psychology Volume 11; page 1 - 15; 2020|