Wilma A. Bainbridge, PhD

2005-2010 Cognitive Science Yale University, New Haven, CT 
 2010-2016 Brain and Cognitive Sciences Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
 2016-2019 Laboratory of Brain and Cognition National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, MD, United States 
 2020- University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
memory, perception
"Wilma A. Bainbridge"

Bainbridge, Wilma A The neural and psychophysical bases of memorability Thesis: Ph. D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, 2016.

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Richard C. Saunders research assistant 2008-2009 NIMH, NIH
Marvin M. Chun research assistant 2007-2010 Yale
Aude Oliva grad student 2010-2016 MIT
Chris I. Baker post-doc 2016-2019 National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)


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Emma Megla grad student 2021- Chicago
Max Kramer grad student 2020-2022 Chicago
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Guo XH, Bainbridge WA. (2023) Children develop adult-like visual sensitivity to image memorability by the age of 4. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Davis TM, Bainbridge WA. (2023) Memory for artwork is predictable. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2302389120
Hebscher M, Bainbridge WA, Voss JL. (2023) Neural similarity between overlapping events at learning differentially affects reinstatement across the cortex. Neuroimage. 277: 120220
Kramer MA, Hebart MN, Baker CI, et al. (2023) The features underlying the memorability of objects. Science Advances. 9: eadd2981
Bainbridge WA, Baker CI. (2022) Multidimensional memory topography in the medial parietal cortex identified from neuroimaging of thousands of daily memory videos. Nature Communications. 13: 6508
Broers N, Bainbridge WA, Michel R, et al. (2022) The extent and specificity of visual exploration determines the formation of recollected memories in complex scenes. Journal of Vision. 22: 9
Prasad D, Bainbridge WA. (2022) The Visual Mandela Effect as Evidence for Shared and Specific False Memories Across People. Psychological Science. 9567976221108944
Ongchoco JDK, Chun MM, Bainbridge WA. (2022) What moves us? The intrinsic memorability of dance. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Wakeland-Hart CD, Cao SA, deBettencourt MT, et al. (2022) Predicting visual memory across images and within individuals. Cognition. 227: 105201
Hall EH, Bainbridge WA, Baker CI. (2021) Highly similar and competing visual scenes lead to diminished object but not spatial detail in memory drawings. Memory (Hove, England). 1-14
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