Below we provide access to stimulus materials or sample videos from experiments that we have conducted. Researchers are welcome to access these stimuli for use in their experiments or to replicate our research.
We have developed several sets of stimuli for use in our studies on cross-racial face recognition and identification. The sets are available by email request to Dr. Meissner for those seeking to conduct research on face identification. Our stimuli currently include African American and Caucasian male faces in two poses (smiling w/ casual clothing and non-smiling with burgundy sweatshirt). Meissner, Brigham, & Butz (2005) provides an example of the use of these stimuli in a face perception and memory study. To request access to these materials, please email Dr. Meissner via the following link: EMAIL.
Eyewitness Videos & Lineups
We have developed eyewitness video and lineup stimuli that have been used in several of our verbal overshadowing studies. Three stimulus sets are available by request that include a brief video of a theft at a bake sale, and six faces used for target-present lineups. The videos were created in Miami, FL and involve the participation of male Cuban-Hispanic actors. To request access to these materials, please email Dr. Meissner via the following link: EMAIL.