Stanley D. and Joan H.Ross Center for Brain Health and Performance


Associate Professor, Cognitive Area
The Ohio State University Department of Psychology
Primary Investigator, The Ohio State University Computational Memory Lab.

200K Lazenby Hall
1827 Neil Ave
Columbus, OH 43210

Phone: 614-292-1424

General: Dr. Sederberg, is an Associate Professor in the Cognitive Area of the OSU Department of Psychology and the Primary Investigator of the OSU Computational Memory Lab. His research broadly investigates the successes and failures of human memory with the overarching goal of developing a comprehensive theory of memory formation and retrieval that links behavior to underlying neural mechanisms. His work combines a number of approaches to uncover the neural correlates and develop computational models of the complex dynamics of human memory processes, including multivariate analysis of neural data collected via fMRI and EEG, large-scale behavioral experiments, and computational modeling to guide and interpret his experimental findings

Research Interests:
  • Computational mechanisms of human memory
  • Machine-learning approaches to analysis of neural data
  • Longitudinal cognitive performance 

Active Funding:

  • Air Force Research Laboratory
  • National Science Foundation
  • Rudi Schulte Research Institute
  • OSU Center for Cognitive and Brain Sciences

Postdoctoral Fellow: Princeton University
2006 Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, Neuroscience
1996 B.A., University of Virginia, Cognitive Science


Society of Neuroscience
Cognitive Neuroscience Society
Psychonomic Society (Associate)
Society for Mathematical Psychology