Dr. Bainbridge’s new book, “Visual Memory,” is out now! Dr. Bainbridge and fellow editor Dr. Timothy Brady (UCSD) provide a comprehensive overview of a range of visual memory topics, including working memory, long-term memory, encoding and retrieval, forgetting, autobiographical memory, eyewitness identification, false memories, visual memory across development, and more. More than 40 contributing authors bring their expertise to each chapter, including a chapter on memorability by Dr. Bainbridge herself. The book thus offers an interdisciplinary mix of psychology, neuroscience, computer vision, and machine learning perspectives. Although memory and visual perception research have traditionally existed as separate fields, the authors understand that exploring the intersection of perception and memory can often teach us more than studying each alone. You can find the book here.