MRN - Mind Research Network (Mayer, Calhoun)


Repeat Resting Sample

Principal Investigators:

  • Andrew R. Mayer, Mind Research Network, Albuquerque, NM, USA
  • Vince D. Calhoun, Mind Research Network, Albuquerque, NM, USA


  • Department of Energy (The Mind Research Network). Grant Number: DE-FG02-99ER62764
  • National Institutes of Health. Grant Numbers: R24-HD050836, R21-NS064464-01A1, 3 R21 NS064464-01S1
  • NCRR (Center on Neural Mechanisms of Schizophrenia). Grant Number: P20 RR021938

Sample Description

The MRN Repeat Resting Sample consists of 112 scans from 56 healthy subjects. Each subject completed two scan sessions, four months apart. Two anatomical, resting fMRI, and DTI images are provided for each subject. Subjects were asked to keep their eyes open and presented with a fixation cross during the functional scan. They were given the following instructions: “We are about to begin the rest task. For this task you will be asked to lie still and keep your eyes focused on the crosshairs while the machine is on. Do you have any questions?” Note: Not all subjects have test retest resting state data available.

Scan Parameters:

Publications Using This Data

Mayer AR, Mannell MV, Ling J, Gasparovic C, Yeo RA. Functional connectivity in mild traumatic brain injury. Hum Brain Mapp. 2011 Nov;32(11):1825-35. doi: 10.1002/hbm.21151

Franco AR, Mannell MV, Calhoun VD, Mayer AR. Impact of analysis methods on the reproducibility and reliability of resting-state networks. Brain Connect. 2013;3(4):363-74. doi: 10.1089/brain.2012.0134


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


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