The KDEF material have often been used as it is, but has also sometimes been modified by different researchers for particular purposes.
KDEF-dyn (by Manuel Calvo et al.)
Read more about KDEF-dyn, such as:
"Human Observers and Automated Assessment of Dynamic Emotional
Facial Expressions: KDEF-dyn Database Validation" by Calvo, Fernández-Martín, Recio, & Lundqvist (2018). Frontiers in Psychology.
"Selective eye fixations on diagnostic face regions of dynamic emotional expressions: KDEF-dyn database" by Calvo, Fernández-Martín, Gutiérrez-García, & Lundqvist (2018) Scientific Reports.
You can also download the stimuli and data from KDEF-dyn here.
KDEF-cropped. Amy Dawel and colleagues created cropped versions of KDEF with edited background.
Read more about KDEF-cropped here.
Download KDEF-cropped here.
KDEF-chimeric (by Tess Beking et al.. 2018)
Read more about KDEF-chimeric here (Beking et al.. 2018)
Sample from the ADKEF stimulus set.
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