Dr. Bainbridge named an APS Rising Star!
Every year, the Association for Psychological Sciences (APS) selects the most outstanding young APS investigators and names them as 'Rising Stars'. This year, Dr. Bainbridge was awarded...
Dr. Bainbridge Interviewed on Colin McEnroe Radio Show
Dr. Bainbridge was recently interviewed on Colin McEnroe Radio Show's segment about how episode recaps have become part of our TV experience. In this segment, Dr. Bainbridge discusses why episode recaps and rewatching TV episodes are so helpful for our memory, and how...
UChicago News Featured Dr. Bainbridge’s Nature Communications Paper
A recent paper co-authored by Dr. Wilma A. Bainbridge and Dr. Chris I. Baker, titled “Multidimensional memory topography in the medial parietal cortex identiﬁed from neuroimaging of thousands of daily memory videos,” has been featured in Uchicago News. The paper...
Deepa’s Mandela Effect Paper was Turned into a Game by Good Mythical Morning
The “Good Mythical Morning” show on Youtube turned Deepa & Dr. Bainbridge’s Mandela Effect paper into a game and played into memory traps. Learn more by checking out the video here.
New Paper in Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition
A recent paper authored by Joan Danielle K. Ongchoco, Marvin M. Chun, and Dr. Wilma A. Bainbridge, titled “What moves us?: The intrinsic memorability of dance,” provides evidence that memorability exists in dynamic dance movements, such that dance movements that...
New Paper in Nature Communications
A recent paper co-authored by Dr. Wilma A. Bainbridge and Dr. Chris I. Baker, titled “Multidimensional memory topography in the medial parietal cortex identiﬁed from neuroimaging of thousands of daily memory videos,” identifies a topography of memory content in the...
New Paper in Journal of Vision
A recent paper authored by Nico Broers, Dr. Wilma A. Bainbridge, René Michel, Elio Balestrieri, and Dr. Niko A. Busch, titled “The extent and specificity of visual exploration determines the formation of recollected memories in complex scenes,” suggests that extensive...
Deepa’s Mandela Effect Paper Featured on “Language of Mind” Youtube Channel
The "Language of Mind" Youtube channel released a video about Deepa & Dr. Bainbridge's Mandela Effect paper. Learn more by checking out the video here.
Interview with Deepa and Dr. Bainbridge in Radio Health Journal
Deepasri Prasad and Dr. Bainbridge discuss their recent findings on the Visual Mandela Effect in a podcast featured in Radio Health Journal. Read the preprint of the study here!
Deepa and Dr. Bainbridge Describe their Findings in The Conversation
Deepasri Prasad and Dr. Bainbridge have written an article in The Conversation about their recent study on the Visual Mandela Effect. Read the preprint here!