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This page is a resource hub containing the materials described in [Wakeland-Hart C, Aly M. (2023). Predicting image memorability from evoked feelings. PsyArXiv.][1] **Request the VAMOS images + valence/arousal/memorability ratings:** - **VAMOS Set 1** containing images modified from OASIS<sub>1</sub>, Places<sub>2</sub>, and COMPASS<sub>3</sub> can be requested [here][2]. You will also receive access to memorability, valence, and arousal ratings for these images. - **VAMOS Set 2** containing images modified from NAPS<sub>4</sub> can be requested [here][3]. Request access to the *'NAPS memorability'* folder to obtain the stimuli used in this project and the associated memorability, valence, and arousal scores. ---------- 1. Kurdi, B., Lozano, S., & Banaji, M. R. (2017). Introducing the Open Affective Standardized Image Set (OASIS). Behavior Research Methods, 49(2), 457–470. 2. Zhou, B., Lapedriza, A., Khosla, A., Oliva, A., & Torralba, A. (2018). Places: A 10 Million Image Database for Scene Recognition. IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, 40(6), 1452–1464. 3. Weierich, M. R., Kleshchova, O., Rieder, J. K., & Reilly, D. M. (2019). The Complex Affective Scene Set (COMPASS): Solving the Social Content Problem in Affective Visual Stimulus Sets. Collabra: Psychology, 5(1), 53. 4. Marchewka, A., Żurawski, Ł., Jednoróg, K., & Grabowska, A. (2014). The Nencki Affective Picture System (NAPS): Introduction to a novel, standardized, wide-range, high-quality, realistic picture database. Behavior Research Methods, 46(2), 596–610. [1]: [2]: [3]:
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