This year, the Brain Bridge Lab will be presenting 5 posters, 1 talk, and 1 symposium talk at the Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society! We’re really excited to present our research and attend our first in-person conference as a lab. Below are the details for all the presentations:
- Trent Davis: “Consistency in the paintings that people remember – The impact of memorability on art”
- Sunday, May 15th from 2:45pm – 6:45pm in Banyan Breezeway, Poster #36.315
- Dr. Wilma Bainbridge: “Thousands of daily recorded visual memories reveal a multidimensional cortical topography of memory”
- Tuesday, May 17th from 8:30am – 12:30pm in Pavilion, Poster #53.416
- Hannah Guo: “Children show adult-like memory patterns to scene images by the age of five”
- Tuesday, May 17th from 8:30am – 12:30pm in Pavilion, Poster #53.427
- Cambria Revsine: “Learning the visual memorability of images with feedback-based training”
- Tuesday, May 17th from 2:45pm – 6:45pm in Pavilion, Poster #56.421
- Emma Megla: “Dissociation between object detail and spatial memory across exposure time using drawing”
- Tuesday, May 17th from 2:45pm – 6:45pm in Pavilion, Poster #56.425
- Max Kramer: “Semantics, not Atypicality Reflect Memorability Across Concrete Objects”
- Wednesday, May 18th from 10:45am – 12:30pm in Talk Room 1
Dr. Wilma Bainbridge will also be giving a talk about new methods that help capture naturalistic visual memory entitled: “An emerging landscape for the study of naturalistic visual memory.” This talk will be a part of the larger “What does the world look like? How do we know?” symposium taking place on Friday, May 13th from 5pm – 7pm in Talk Room 2.
See you on the sunny beaches of St. Pete Beach, FL!