Jeremy R. Manning

Academic Appointments

Assistant Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences

Our past provides a context for everything we experience.  My lab uses computational modelsbehavioral experiments, and brain recordings to track (and manipulate!) the ever-changing throughts we carry into each new moment.

349 Moore Hall
HB 6207
Psychological and Brain Sciences
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Princeton University, 2015
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 2011
B.S., Brandeis University, 2006

Selected Publications

Manning JR (2021) Episodic memory: mental time travel or a quantum ‘memory wave' function? Psychological Review: in press.

Heusser AC, Fitzpatrick PC, Manning JR (2021) Geometric models reveal behavioral and neural signatures of transforming naturalistic experiences into episodic memories. Nature Human Behaviour: in press.

Owen LLW, Muntianu TA, Heusser AC, Daly P, Scangos KW, Manning JR (2020) A Gaussian process model of human electrocorticographic data. Cerebral Cortex: in press.

Heusser AC, Ziman K, Owen LW, Manning JR (2018) HyperTools: A Python toolbox for gaining geometric insights into high-dimensional data. Journal of Machine Learning Research, 18(152): 1 - 6.

Ziman K, Heusser AC, Fitzpatrick PC, Field CE, Manning JR (2018) Is automatic speech-to-text transcription ready for use in psychological experiments?  Behavior Research Methods,

Manning JR, Zhu X, Willke T, Ranganath R, Stachenfeld K, Hasson U, Blei DM, Norman KA (2018) A probabilistic approach to discovering dynamic full-brain functional connectivity patterns. NeuroImage, 180: 243 - 252.

Owen LLW, Chang TH, Manning JR (2020) High-level cognition during story listening is reflected in high-order dynamic correlations in neural activity patterns. bioRxiv:

Chang LJ, Jolly E, Cheong JH, Rapuano K, Greenstein N, Chen P-HA, Manning JR (2020) Endogenous variation in ventromedial prefrontal cortex state dynamics during naturalistic viewing reflects affective experience. bioRxiv: 487892.