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  • Internal Dataset

    Data from: Magnetic resonance imaging and tensor-based morphometry in the MPTP non-human primate model of Parkinson’s disease

    Authors
    • Modo, Michel
    • Crum, William R.
    • Gerwig, Madeline
    • Vernon, Anthony C.
    • 5 more author(s)...
    Description

    Parkinson’s disease (PD) is the second most common neurodegenerative disorder producing a variety of motor and cognitive deficits with the causes remaining largely unknown. The gradual loss of the nigrostriatal pathway is currently considered the pivotal pathological event. To better understand the progression of PD and improve treatment management, defining the disease on a structural basis and expanding...

    Keywords
    • 1-Methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine
    • Callithrix
    • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    • Parkinson Disease
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  • Internal Dataset

    Adjacent segment mechanics in cervical arthrodesis patients

    Authors
    • Anderst, William
    • LeVasseur, Clarissa
    • Pitcairn, Samuel
    • Lee, Joon Y.
    • 2 more author(s)...
    Description

    The authors measured cervical spine kinematics of patients before and after anterior cervical discectomy and fusion surgery. From the Biodynamics Laboratory website: This NIH-funded prospective study aims to identify the factors that have the greatest effect on adjacent segment mechanics after cervical fusion. A total of 88 anterior cervical fusion patients will be tested prior to surgery, and 1 and...

    Keywords
    • Cervical Vertebrae
    • Kinematics
    • Spinal Fusion
    • Spine
    Timeframe
    2016
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  • Internal Dataset

    Data and code from: Immaturities in Reward Processing and Its Influence on Inhibitory Control in Adolescence

    Authors
    • Geier, Charles
    • Terwilliger, Robert
    • Teslovich Woo, Theresa
    • Velanova, Katerina
    • 1 more author(s)...
    Description

    Data and code are provided for an fMRI study examining brain function among adolescents and young adults during an anti-saccade (deliberately looking away from a target) task. The data package on OpenNeuro includes sex and age information for 28 participants, eye movement data, defaced resting-state anatomy scans, defaced imaging data collected for the task, a README, and a JSON file containing metadata...

    Keywords
    • Cognitive Neuroscience
    • Decision Making
    • Eye Movement Measurements
    • Inhibition, Psychological
    • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    • Neurology
    • Task Performance and Analysis
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    Free to all
  • Internal Dataset

    Data from: Maturational Changes in Anterior Cingulate and Frontoparietal Recruitment Support the Development of Error Processing and Inhibitory Control (Antistate)

    Authors
    • Velanova, Katerina
    • Wheeler, Mark E.
    • Luna, Beatriz
    Description

    This data package contains 3401 individual data files for 73 human subjects (28 adults aged 18-27, 35 adolescents aged 13-17, and 35 children aged 8-12) during correct and incorrect performance of an oculomotor task requiring inhibitory control. From the abstract: Documenting the development of the functional anatomy underlying error processing is critically important for understanding age-related...

    Keywords
    • Adolescent Development
    • Brain Mapping
    • Child Development
    • Cognitive Neuroscience
    • Eye Movement Measurements
    • Gyrus Cinguli
    • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    • Task Performance and Analysis
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  • Internal Dataset

    Data from: The expression of established cognitive brain states stabilizes with working memory development

    Authors
    • Montez, David Florentino
    • Calabro, Finnegan
    • Luna, Beatriz
    Description

    This data package includes fMRI raw data, anonymized eye movement data, subject information, and fMRI task timing information, along with README files, for a ten-year longitudinal study of the adolescent development of working memory. From the abstract: The authors present results from a longitudinal study conducted over 10 years in a sample of 126 8- to 33-year-olds demonstrating that adolescent...

    Keywords
    • Adolescent Development
    • Child Development
    • Cognitive Neuroscience
    • Eye Movement Measurements
    • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    • Memory, Short-Term
    • Task Performance and Analysis
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    Free to all