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.

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349 Moore Hall
HB 6207
Department(s): 
Psychological and Brain Sciences
Education: 
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, https://doi.org/10.3758/s13428-018-1037-4.

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: doi.org/10.1101/763821

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.