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Data-sharing video library aids developmental studies

Penn State News has featured the Databrary, a collaborative video library led by Associate Professor of Psychology Rick Gilmore and Karen Adolph, Professor of Psychology and Neural Science at New York University.

The first large-scale, open data-sharing video library is expanding at a rapid pace, providing developmental researchers at Penn State and across the world unprecedented access to data in a rich, new way.

Called Databrary, the Web-based video-data library has grown to include data from more than 270 investigators from 166 institutions. The Databrary team, lead by Rick Gilmore, associate professor of psychology at Penn State, and Karen Adolph, professor of psychology and neural science at New York University, are excited by the data sharing systems’ growth in the just over two years since it was established.

The full story can be viewed at Penn State News.

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