Trent Davis, a recent UChicago graduate and our new lab manager, recently published a paper along with Dr. Bainbridge titled “Memory for artwork is predictable.” Using over 4000 paintings from the Art Institute of Chicago, their study finds that viewers are consistent in the artworks they remember and forget, and that this memorability can be predicted both by ResMem and by a model incorporating visual and subjective stimulus properties. Check out the new paper, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, here! The paper is also featured in a news article by Advanced Science News, and in a research highlight by Nature.