ECOS database released!


After many days of fun and hard work, the first version of the ECOS database is available as of now. You can download it here.

"ECOS database is a collection of natural scenes optimized for standard visual tasks but that can easily be accommodated for other paradigms. A key aspect of this database is that it includes semantically matching and mismatching object-scene combinations which can be used to study many cognitive processes such as object-scene integration and segregation, object detection and identification and even visual search.

You can download the full database HERE and check out fully functional scripts HERE."

Good news!

Our paper Task-specific preparatory neural activations in low-interference contexts [pdf] was awarded the Spanish Society of Experimental Psychology’s Best Paper of 2016 prize!