This dataset consists of the subjects used in the 2012 NeuroImage article by Power et al., entitled "Spurious but systematic correlations in functional connectivity MRI networks arise from subject motion". These data are being made public so that investigators can reproduce and develop methodology to counter motion artifact within a common real-life dataset. The dataset consists of children, adolescents, and adults, all of which are controls with no diagnosis. Full scale IQ scores are from the 2 subtest WASI. Subjects were scanned during continuous eyes-open fixation on a crosshair in a 3T Siemens Tim Trio scanner using an interleaved sequence. Details are found in the accompanying materials.

The following data are released for every participant:


Power, J.D., K.A. Barnes, A.Z. Snyder, B.L. Schlaggar, and S.E. Petersen



Supplemental Documents
Comprehensive List of Acknowledgements, Funding Sources, and Publications

Creative Commons License: Attribution - Non-Commercial

Data Release Table


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