Applicable Fields

Curious about what datasets might apply to your area of research? Browse our data resources by the applicable field tags used to categorize them. (Just click on the tag name to display all data resources categorized under that label.) For more about our labeling, see our About page.

Name
action recognition
affect
affective contagion
aging
all
animal research
argumentation
artificial intelligence
attention
behavior change
behavior trends
behavioral contagion
categorization
category learning
childhood development
classification
clinical psychology
cognitive psychology
collaboration
communication
competition
computer vision
computer-mediated communication
consumer behavior
controversy
crime
cross-cultural analysis
cross-linguistic analysis
cultural evolution
cultural trends
culture
culturomics
debate
decision making
developmental psychology
dynamical systems
economics
education
educational psychology
emotion
equality
event recognition
event segmentation
expertise
exploration
gambling
gaze
gender
gesture
group behavior
group identity
health
health psychology
health sciences
human interaction
humanities
I/O psychology
imitation
individual differences
inference
informatics
information science
intelligence
interpersonal relationships
language
language acquisition
language change
language comprehension
language growth
language production
language use
law
learning
learning science
linguistic trends
linguistic variation
linguistics
meme
memory
motor behavior
motor control
multimodal communication
music
network analysis
networks
neuroscience
nonverbal communication
object recognition
oral history
perception
personality psychology
persuasion
political psychology
political science
politics
practice effects
pragmatics
psychological testing
psychology
public policy
race
relationships
religion
rhetoric
risk
scientometrics
search
sentiment
social network analysis
social psychology
social sciences
social trends
spatial cognition
spatial sciences
speech
sports psychology
stress
tagging
teamwork
urbanization
vision
visual and object recognition
visual attention
visual search
working memory