DeLong, Ph.D.

Jordan specializes in creating novel methods and algorithms to separate meaningful insights from an ever expanding rush of data. In addition to his work as a data scientist, Jordan is also a seasoned mentor, instructor, and former university professor.


Jordan has a Ph.D. in Psychology from Cornell University where he specialized in Perception, Cognition, and Development. He also earned undergraduate degrees in Cognitive Science and Psychology from Indiana University.


+ Assistant Professor at Saint Josephs College, a small liberal arts college in rural Indiana. He has also worked as a Visiting Asistant Professor at Cornell University and Indiana University

+ His dissertation research focuses on how the structure of Hollywood Film manipulates human attention.

+ Has published work utilizes a diversity of techniques including neural network modeling, neuroimaging, and behavioral analysis to model human behavior and response to media.

My Favorite Re Word:


I’ve always been interested in how things work. Ever since I was a young boy, I’ve been taking things apart (radios, computers, clocks), but it wasn’t until I was older that I realized that the real challenge lies with putting them back together. The human brain is the most complex object on our planet, and the desire to figure out how it works has driven all the way to a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology. As we discover more about how the brain, body, and environment guide thought and behavior, research will help us reconstruct dynamic and intelligent systems that will change the way we live, hopefully for the better.

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