Datasets

The datasets here have been assembled and made publicly available during Wilma's research career. Please cite the corresponding publication when you use any of these datasets.

Sample image of faces from the 10k face photograph database 10k US Adult Faces Database
A collection of memorability scores, attribute rankings, and demographic information based on an experiment run with 10,168 natural face photographs that follow demographics of the 1990 US Census. It also includes a program to easily navigate the 10,000+ image dataset to create custom image sets based on memorability or several other attributes.

Citation: Bainbridge, W. A., Isola, P., & Oliva, A. (2013). The Intrinsic Memorability of Face Photographs. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 142(4), 1323-1334.

Example drawings done from memory Memory Drawing Data and Scoring Experiments
A collection of 2,600+ drawings of scenes done from memory, perception, and category schemas, as well as Amazon Mechanical Turk scripts for scoring these drawings.

Citation: Bainbridge, W.A., Hall, E.H., & Baker, C.I. (2020). Highly diagnostic and detailed content of visual memory revealed during free recall of real-world scenes. Nature Communications, 10, 5.




Examples of drawings made by aphantasic and typical imagery participants
Aphantasic drawing database
A dataset of memory drawings, perception drawings, drawing movement data, and broad demographics for 61 aphantasic and 52 typical imagery participants.

Citation: Bainbridge, W.A., Pounder, Z., Eardley, A.F., & Baker, C.I. (2021). Quantifying Aphantasia through drawing: Those without visual imagery show deficits in object but not spatial memory. Cortex, 135, 159-172.




Examples of the top boundary contracting and extending images
Large scale boundary transformation database
A database of boundary transformation scores across 1,000 images and 2,000 participants, with quantified image properties.

Citation: Bainbridge, W.A. & Baker, C.I. (2020). Boundaries extend and contract in scene memory depending on image properties. Current Biology, 30.

3D map of the ROIs in this dataset MTL & VVS ROI Collection
Anatomically defined medial temporal lobe (N=40) regions and functionally defined ventral visual stream regions (N=70).

Citation: Bainbridge, W. A., Dilks, D.D., & Oliva, A. (2017). Memorability: A stimulus-driven perceptual neural signature distinctive from memory. NeuroImage, 149, 141-152.

Example memory test Memorability Experiment Maker
A tool that makes web-based memorability experiments for your stimulus set.

Citation: Bainbridge, W. A. (2016). The memorability of people: Intrinsic memorability across transformations of a person's face. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. Advance online publication.

Example output images from the toolbox Natural Image Statistical Toolbox for MATLAB
A set of MATLAB scripts that allows you to measure and compare stimulus sets, to ensure they are controlled for on various low-level visual properties, such as spatial frequency, color, and symmetry.

Citation: Bainbridge, W.A., & Oliva, A. (2015). A toolbox and sample object perception data for equalization of natural images. Data in Brief 5, 846-851.

Object Interaction Envelope Stimuli Object Interaction Envelope Stimuli
A set of stimuli for interaction envelope experiments, controlled for physical size and several other object properties.

Citation: Bainbridge, W. A. & Oliva, A. (2015). Interaction envelope: Local spatial representations of objects at all scales in scene-selective regions. NeuroImage 122, 408-416. AND Bainbridge, W.A., & Oliva, A. (2015). A toolbox and sample object perception data for equalization of natural images. Data in Brief 5, 846-851.


Example experiment made by the visual search script Psytoolkit Psychophysics Scripts
A collection of scripts for classical psychophysical studies written for Psytoolkit.

Citation: Bainbridge, W.A. (2017). The resiliency of memorability: A predictor of memory separate from attention and priming. arXiv.

Image of the experiment - playing rock paper scissors with a humanoid robot HRI Sensor Data.
A collection of sensor data from three different human-robot interaction studies, with multiple users, sensors, and behavioral and survey-based measures.

Citation: Bainbridge, W. A., Nozawa, S., Ueda, R., Okada, K., & Inaba, M. (2012). A methodological outline and utility assessment of sensor-based biosignal measurement in human-robot interaction. International Journal for Social Robotics, 4, 303-316.