Dr. Bainbridge and her colleagues Wan Kwok and Dr. Chris Baker have published a new study in Memory & Cognition on the relationship of scene–object consistencies on memory representations. For example, would we remember a scene with a mailbox in a bedroom (inconsistent object) differently than a scene with a nightstand in a bedroom (consistent object)? Their study used eye-tracking and drawings from recall to show that when weird/unexpected objects are in scenes, people better remember the overarching scene but have worse memory for the object details in their drawings. You can read more in the paper here; the data has also been made available here.