Stimuli

Below are links to download the stimuli from the majority of our papers. These include thousands of categorized objects and scenes, objects matched into pairs that differ in subtle ways (e.g., color, state or pose changes, etc), as well as stimuli designed to be rotated in color space to allow psychophysical measures of memory precision.

Feel free to use these in academic settings. Of course we appreciate if you cite their source if you do use them.

Object stimuli from: Brady, T. F., Konkle, T., Alvarez, G. A. and Oliva, A. (2008). Visual long-term memory has a massive storage capacity for object details. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 105 (38), 14325-14329.
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Object stimuli from: Brady, T. F., Konkle, T.F., Gill, J., Oliva, A. and Alvarez, G.A. (2013). Visual long-term memory has the same limit on fidelity as visual working memory. Psychological Science, 24(6), 981-990.




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Object stimuli from: Konkle, T., Brady, T. F., Alvarez, G. A. and Oliva, A. (2010). Conceptual distinctiveness supports detailed visual long-term memory for real-world objects. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 139(3), 558-78.
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Scene stimuli from: Konkle, T.*, Brady, T. F.*, Alvarez, G.A. and Oliva, A. (2010). Scene memory is more detailed than you think: the role of categories in visual long-term memory. Psychological Science, 21(11), 1551-1556.
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Object stimuli from: Brady, T. F., Konkle, T., Alvarez, G.A., and Oliva, A. (2013). Real-world objects are not represented as bound units: Independent forgetting of different object details from visual memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 142(3), 791-808.
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