Jeremy Rothman Manning

Assistant Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences

How does memory work and what are its limits?  My lab uses powerful computational models and brain recording methods to understand how we extract information from the world around us.

Personal Website
603-646-2777
349 Moore Hall
HB 6207
Department:
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, Hulbert JC, Williams J, Piloto L, Sahakyan L, Norman KA (2016) A neural signature of contextually mediated intentional forgetting.  Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.  [LINK]

Manning JR, Ranganath R, Norman KA, Blei DA (2014) Topographic Factor Analysis: a Bayesian model for inferring brain networks from neural data. PLoS One, 9(5): e94914. [LINK]

Manning JR, Lew TF, Li N, Kahana MJ, Sekuler RW (2014) MAGELLAN: a cognitive map-based model of human wayfinding. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 143(3): 1314 - 1330. [LINK]

Manning JR, Sperling MR, Sharan A, Rosenberg EA, Kahana MJ (2012) Spontaneously reactivated patterns in frontal and temporal lobe predict semantic clustering during memory search. The Journal of Neuroscience, 32(26): 8800 - 8816. [LINK]

Manning JR, Polyn SM, Baltuch G, Litt B, Kahana MJ (2011) Oscillatory patterns in temporal lobe reveal context reinstatement during memory search. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 108(31): 12893 - 12897. [LINK]

Manning JR, Jacobs J, Fried I, Kahana MJ (2009) Broadband shifts in local field potential power spectra are correlated with single-neuron spiking in humans. The Journal of Neuroscience, 29(43): 13613 - 13620. [LINK]