IBATRT - Intrinsic Brain Activity, Test-Retest Dataset (LaConte, Craddock)

Principal Investigators:

  • Cameron Craddock, Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research, Orangeburg, NY, USA
  • Stephen LaConte, Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institution, Roanoke, VA, USA


  • Jonathan Lisinski
  • Nina Lauharatanahirun

Sample Description

Thirty-six adults ages 20-48 participated in this study. They completed a sequence of scans lasting roughly 40 minutes which included a T1 weighted anatomical scan, two ten-minute resting state fMRI scans, and two six-and-a-half-minute task based fMRI scans. For the resting state fMRI the subject was asked to lie quietly with eyes open, fixate on a cross, and “let their mind wander freely.” The Multi Source Interference Task (MSIT) was used in the collection of the task based fMRI.


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The following imaging data, specified by subject number, and phenotypic data are available:

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15387/fcp_indi.corr.ibatrt1

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