Emma interviewed by the New Scientist

Emma Megla, a 3rd year PhD student in the lab, was recently interviewed by the New Scientist magazine! Follow the link below to learn more about her project, and how drawings can be used to improve our understanding of human memory!...

CNN Features Deepa’s Paper

Deepa’s paper on the Visual Mandela Effect was featured yet again, this time by CNN! Their article, “The ‘Mandela Effect’ describes the false memories many of us share. But why can’t scientists explain it?,” discusses Deepa and Prof....

Cosmos Magazine Features Deepa’s Paper

Cosmos Magazine recently featured Deepa’s paper on the Visual Mandela Effect, published in Psychological Sciences, in an article titled: Probing false memories: what is the Mandela Effect? Check out the article to learn more!

T.I.C.S. Features Trent’s Paper

T.I.C.S. (Trends in Cognitive Sciences) featured Trent and Prof. Bainbridge’s new PNAS paper in a Spotlight article titled, “Understanding memorability through artificial and artist intelligence.” The article discusses the paper, the relationship...

WIRED Magazine Features Trent’s New PNAS Paper

Trent and Dr. Bainbridge were interviewed and had their new PNAS paper, titled “Memory for artwork is predictable,” featured in WIRED Magazine’s Science section. The article, “Beauty Is in the Eye of the Beholder—but Memorability May Be Universal,” discusses the...