MRI data of 3-12 year old children and adults during viewing of a short animated film

uploaded by William James on 2017-09-21 - almost 4 years ago
last modified on 2019-05-15 - over 2 years ago
authored by Richardson, Hilary, Lisandrelli, Grace, Riobueno-Naylor, Alexa, Saxe, Rebecca
713104641
We found 3 Warnings in your dataset. You are not required to fix warnings, but doing so will make your dataset more BIDS compliant.

/sub-pixar001/func/sub-pixar001_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar001/sub-pixar001_events.tsv, /sub-pixar001/sub-pixar001_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar001/func/sub-pixar001_events.tsv, /sub-pixar001/func/sub-pixar001_task-pixar_events.tsv

/sub-pixar002/func/sub-pixar002_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar002/sub-pixar002_events.tsv, /sub-pixar002/sub-pixar002_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar002/func/sub-pixar002_events.tsv, /sub-pixar002/func/sub-pixar002_task-pixar_events.tsv

/sub-pixar003/func/sub-pixar003_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar003/sub-pixar003_events.tsv, /sub-pixar003/sub-pixar003_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar003/func/sub-pixar003_events.tsv, /sub-pixar003/func/sub-pixar003_task-pixar_events.tsv

/sub-pixar004/func/sub-pixar004_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar004/sub-pixar004_events.tsv, /sub-pixar004/sub-pixar004_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar004/func/sub-pixar004_events.tsv, /sub-pixar004/func/sub-pixar004_task-pixar_events.tsv

/sub-pixar005/func/sub-pixar005_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar005/sub-pixar005_events.tsv, /sub-pixar005/sub-pixar005_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar005/func/sub-pixar005_events.tsv, /sub-pixar005/func/sub-pixar005_task-pixar_events.tsv

/sub-pixar006/func/sub-pixar006_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar006/sub-pixar006_events.tsv, /sub-pixar006/sub-pixar006_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar006/func/sub-pixar006_events.tsv, /sub-pixar006/func/sub-pixar006_task-pixar_events.tsv

/sub-pixar007/func/sub-pixar007_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar007/sub-pixar007_events.tsv, /sub-pixar007/sub-pixar007_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar007/func/sub-pixar007_events.tsv, /sub-pixar007/func/sub-pixar007_task-pixar_events.tsv

/sub-pixar008/func/sub-pixar008_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar008/sub-pixar008_events.tsv, /sub-pixar008/sub-pixar008_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar008/func/sub-pixar008_events.tsv, /sub-pixar008/func/sub-pixar008_task-pixar_events.tsv

/sub-pixar009/func/sub-pixar009_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar009/sub-pixar009_events.tsv, /sub-pixar009/sub-pixar009_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar009/func/sub-pixar009_events.tsv, /sub-pixar009/func/sub-pixar009_task-pixar_events.tsv

/sub-pixar010/func/sub-pixar010_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar010/sub-pixar010_events.tsv, /sub-pixar010/sub-pixar010_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar010/func/sub-pixar010_events.tsv, /sub-pixar010/func/sub-pixar010_task-pixar_events.tsv

and 145 more files

/sub-pixar001/anat/sub-pixar001_T1w.nii.gz

The most common set of dimensions is: 176,256,256 (voxels), This file has the dimensions: 176,192,192 (voxels).

/sub-pixar002/anat/sub-pixar002_T1w.nii.gz

The most common set of dimensions is: 176,256,256 (voxels), This file has the dimensions: 176,192,192 (voxels).

/sub-pixar003/anat/sub-pixar003_T1w.nii.gz

The most common set of dimensions is: 176,256,256 (voxels), This file has the dimensions: 176,192,192 (voxels).

/sub-pixar004/anat/sub-pixar004_T1w.nii.gz

The most common set of dimensions is: 176,256,256 (voxels), This file has the dimensions: 176,192,192 (voxels).

/sub-pixar004/func/sub-pixar004_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

The most common resolution is: 3.00mm x 3.00mm x 3.30mm x 2.00s, This file has the resolution: 3.00mm x 3.00mm x 3.60mm x 2.00s.

/sub-pixar005/anat/sub-pixar005_T1w.nii.gz

The most common set of dimensions is: 176,256,256 (voxels), This file has the dimensions: 176,192,192 (voxels).

/sub-pixar005/func/sub-pixar005_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

The most common resolution is: 3.00mm x 3.00mm x 3.30mm x 2.00s, This file has the resolution: 3.00mm x 3.00mm x 3.60mm x 2.00s.

/sub-pixar006/anat/sub-pixar006_T1w.nii.gz

The most common set of dimensions is: 176,256,256 (voxels), This file has the dimensions: 176,192,192 (voxels).

/sub-pixar006/func/sub-pixar006_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

The most common resolution is: 3.00mm x 3.00mm x 3.30mm x 2.00s, This file has the resolution: 3.00mm x 3.00mm x 3.60mm x 2.00s.

/sub-pixar007/anat/sub-pixar007_T1w.nii.gz

The most common set of dimensions is: 176,256,256 (voxels), This file has the dimensions: 176,192,192 (voxels).

and 85 more files

/participants.tsv

Tabular file contains custom columns not described in a data dictionary

Columns: Age, AgeGroup, Child_Adult, Gender, Handedness, ToM Booklet-Matched, ToM Booklet-Matched-NOFB, FB_Composite, FB_Group, WPPSI BD raw, WPPSI BD scaled, KBIT_raw, KBIT_standard, DCCS Summary, Scanlog: Voxel slize not defined, please define in: /participants.json


OpenNeuro Accession Number: ds000228
Files: 626, Size: 4.97GB, Subjects: 155, Session: 1
Available Tasks: pixar
Available Modalities: MRI

README

Experiment Details Participants watched Disney Pixar’s “Partly Cloudy” while lying in the scanner. There was no task; participants were simply instructed to lie still and watch the movie. The movie began after 10s of rest (black screen; TRs 1-5). The first 10s of the movie are the opening credits (disney castle, pixar logo; TRs 6-10).

IPS = 168 TRs TR = 2s Experiment length: 5.6 minutes

Pixar Movie Reverse Correlation Events Events defined by conducting reverse correlation analysis in two separate adult samples, using the average response in ToM brain regions (ToM events) and in the pain matrix (Pain events). Events listed are those that replicated across the two samples. Onsets and Durations are noted in TRs (1 TR = 2s); scanner trigger = TR 1.

Event types: Theory of Mind (ToM), Physical Sensation/Pain (Pain) TRs identified by RC analysis, as reported in Richardson et al. 2018 ToM Event Onsets; Durations 46; 2 52; 3 63; 2 91; 8 122; 3 129; 4 153; 3

Pain Event Onsets; Durations 38; 2 49; 1 56; 2 71; 5 100; 2 108; 6 117; 3 134; 3 159; 2

TIMING OF EVENTS FOR MODELING (taking into account hemodynamic lag (4s), scanner trigger = 0): All timings assume 10s from trigger until movie begins to play.

In seconds: Mental Event Onsets; Durations 86; 4 98; 6 120; 4 176; 16 238; 6 252; 8 300; 6

Pain Event Onsets; Durations 70; 4 92; 2 106; 4 136; 10 194; 4 210; 12 228; 6 262; 6 312; 4

In TRs when TR=2: Mental Event Onsets; Durations 43; 2 49; 3 60; 2 88; 8 119; 3 126; 4 150; 3

Pain Event Onsets; Durations 35; 2 46; 1 53; 2 68; 5 97; 2 105; 6 114; 3 131; 3 156; 2

Authors

  • Richardson, Hilary
  • Lisandrelli, Grace
  • Riobueno-Naylor, Alexa
  • Saxe, Rebecca

Dataset DOI

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License

PDDL

Acknowledgements

We thank the Athinoula A. Martinos Imaging Center at the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT, Jorie Koster-Hale, Natalia Velez-Alicea, Mika Asaba, and Nir Jacoby for help with data collection. We thank Todd Thompson for his work making this dataset publicly available.

How to Acknowledge

Richardson, H., Lisandrelli, G., Riobueno-Naylor, A., & Saxe, R. (2018). Development of the social brain from age three to twelve years. Nature communications, 9(1), 1027.

Funding

  • This project was supported by a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship (#1122374 to HR), and an NSF CAREER award (#095518 to RS), NIH R01-MH096914-05, a Middleton Chair grant (RS), and support from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation (to RS)

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Richardson, Hilary and Lisandrelli, Grace and Riobueno-Naylor, Alexa and Saxe, Rebecca (2019). MRI data of 3-12 year old children and adults during viewing of a short animated film. OpenNeuro. [Dataset] doi:
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MRI data of 3-12 year old children and adults during viewing of a short animated film

uploaded by William James on 2017-09-21 - almost 4 years ago
last modified on 2019-05-15 - over 2 years ago
authored by Richardson, Hilary, Lisandrelli, Grace, Riobueno-Naylor, Alexa, Saxe, Rebecca
713104641

OpenNeuro Accession Number: ds000228
Files: 626, Size: 4.97GB, Subjects: 155, Session: 1
Available Tasks: pixar
Available Modalities: MRI

README

Experiment Details Participants watched Disney Pixar’s “Partly Cloudy” while lying in the scanner. There was no task; participants were simply instructed to lie still and watch the movie. The movie began after 10s of rest (black screen; TRs 1-5). The first 10s of the movie are the opening credits (disney castle, pixar logo; TRs 6-10).

IPS = 168 TRs TR = 2s Experiment length: 5.6 minutes

Pixar Movie Reverse Correlation Events Events defined by conducting reverse correlation analysis in two separate adult samples, using the average response in ToM brain regions (ToM events) and in the pain matrix (Pain events). Events listed are those that replicated across the two samples. Onsets and Durations are noted in TRs (1 TR = 2s); scanner trigger = TR 1.

Event types: Theory of Mind (ToM), Physical Sensation/Pain (Pain) TRs identified by RC analysis, as reported in Richardson et al. 2018 ToM Event Onsets; Durations 46; 2 52; 3 63; 2 91; 8 122; 3 129; 4 153; 3

Pain Event Onsets; Durations 38; 2 49; 1 56; 2 71; 5 100; 2 108; 6 117; 3 134; 3 159; 2

TIMING OF EVENTS FOR MODELING (taking into account hemodynamic lag (4s), scanner trigger = 0): All timings assume 10s from trigger until movie begins to play.

In seconds: Mental Event Onsets; Durations 86; 4 98; 6 120; 4 176; 16 238; 6 252; 8 300; 6

Pain Event Onsets; Durations 70; 4 92; 2 106; 4 136; 10 194; 4 210; 12 228; 6 262; 6 312; 4

In TRs when TR=2: Mental Event Onsets; Durations 43; 2 49; 3 60; 2 88; 8 119; 3 126; 4 150; 3

Pain Event Onsets; Durations 35; 2 46; 1 53; 2 68; 5 97; 2 105; 6 114; 3 131; 3 156; 2

Authors

  • Richardson, Hilary
  • Lisandrelli, Grace
  • Riobueno-Naylor, Alexa
  • Saxe, Rebecca

Dataset DOI

Create a new snapshot to obtain a DOI for the snapshot.

License

PDDL

Acknowledgements

We thank the Athinoula A. Martinos Imaging Center at the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT, Jorie Koster-Hale, Natalia Velez-Alicea, Mika Asaba, and Nir Jacoby for help with data collection. We thank Todd Thompson for his work making this dataset publicly available.

How to Acknowledge

Richardson, H., Lisandrelli, G., Riobueno-Naylor, A., & Saxe, R. (2018). Development of the social brain from age three to twelve years. Nature communications, 9(1), 1027.

Funding

  • This project was supported by a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship (#1122374 to HR), and an NSF CAREER award (#095518 to RS), NIH R01-MH096914-05, a Middleton Chair grant (RS), and support from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation (to RS)

References and Links

Ethics Approvals

How To Cite

Copy
Richardson, Hilary and Lisandrelli, Grace and Riobueno-Naylor, Alexa and Saxe, Rebecca (2019). MRI data of 3-12 year old children and adults during viewing of a short animated film. OpenNeuro. [Dataset] doi:
More citation info

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BIDS Validation

We found 3 Warnings in your dataset. You are not required to fix warnings, but doing so will make your dataset more BIDS compliant.

/sub-pixar001/func/sub-pixar001_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar001/sub-pixar001_events.tsv, /sub-pixar001/sub-pixar001_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar001/func/sub-pixar001_events.tsv, /sub-pixar001/func/sub-pixar001_task-pixar_events.tsv

/sub-pixar002/func/sub-pixar002_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar002/sub-pixar002_events.tsv, /sub-pixar002/sub-pixar002_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar002/func/sub-pixar002_events.tsv, /sub-pixar002/func/sub-pixar002_task-pixar_events.tsv

/sub-pixar003/func/sub-pixar003_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar003/sub-pixar003_events.tsv, /sub-pixar003/sub-pixar003_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar003/func/sub-pixar003_events.tsv, /sub-pixar003/func/sub-pixar003_task-pixar_events.tsv

/sub-pixar004/func/sub-pixar004_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar004/sub-pixar004_events.tsv, /sub-pixar004/sub-pixar004_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar004/func/sub-pixar004_events.tsv, /sub-pixar004/func/sub-pixar004_task-pixar_events.tsv

/sub-pixar005/func/sub-pixar005_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar005/sub-pixar005_events.tsv, /sub-pixar005/sub-pixar005_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar005/func/sub-pixar005_events.tsv, /sub-pixar005/func/sub-pixar005_task-pixar_events.tsv

/sub-pixar006/func/sub-pixar006_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar006/sub-pixar006_events.tsv, /sub-pixar006/sub-pixar006_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar006/func/sub-pixar006_events.tsv, /sub-pixar006/func/sub-pixar006_task-pixar_events.tsv

/sub-pixar007/func/sub-pixar007_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar007/sub-pixar007_events.tsv, /sub-pixar007/sub-pixar007_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar007/func/sub-pixar007_events.tsv, /sub-pixar007/func/sub-pixar007_task-pixar_events.tsv

/sub-pixar008/func/sub-pixar008_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar008/sub-pixar008_events.tsv, /sub-pixar008/sub-pixar008_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar008/func/sub-pixar008_events.tsv, /sub-pixar008/func/sub-pixar008_task-pixar_events.tsv

/sub-pixar009/func/sub-pixar009_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar009/sub-pixar009_events.tsv, /sub-pixar009/sub-pixar009_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar009/func/sub-pixar009_events.tsv, /sub-pixar009/func/sub-pixar009_task-pixar_events.tsv

/sub-pixar010/func/sub-pixar010_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

Task scans should have a corresponding events.tsv file. It can be included one of the following locations: /events.tsv, /task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar010/sub-pixar010_events.tsv, /sub-pixar010/sub-pixar010_task-pixar_events.tsv, /sub-pixar010/func/sub-pixar010_events.tsv, /sub-pixar010/func/sub-pixar010_task-pixar_events.tsv

and 145 more files

/sub-pixar001/anat/sub-pixar001_T1w.nii.gz

The most common set of dimensions is: 176,256,256 (voxels), This file has the dimensions: 176,192,192 (voxels).

/sub-pixar002/anat/sub-pixar002_T1w.nii.gz

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/sub-pixar003/anat/sub-pixar003_T1w.nii.gz

The most common set of dimensions is: 176,256,256 (voxels), This file has the dimensions: 176,192,192 (voxels).

/sub-pixar004/anat/sub-pixar004_T1w.nii.gz

The most common set of dimensions is: 176,256,256 (voxels), This file has the dimensions: 176,192,192 (voxels).

/sub-pixar004/func/sub-pixar004_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

The most common resolution is: 3.00mm x 3.00mm x 3.30mm x 2.00s, This file has the resolution: 3.00mm x 3.00mm x 3.60mm x 2.00s.

/sub-pixar005/anat/sub-pixar005_T1w.nii.gz

The most common set of dimensions is: 176,256,256 (voxels), This file has the dimensions: 176,192,192 (voxels).

/sub-pixar005/func/sub-pixar005_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

The most common resolution is: 3.00mm x 3.00mm x 3.30mm x 2.00s, This file has the resolution: 3.00mm x 3.00mm x 3.60mm x 2.00s.

/sub-pixar006/anat/sub-pixar006_T1w.nii.gz

The most common set of dimensions is: 176,256,256 (voxels), This file has the dimensions: 176,192,192 (voxels).

/sub-pixar006/func/sub-pixar006_task-pixar_bold.nii.gz

The most common resolution is: 3.00mm x 3.00mm x 3.30mm x 2.00s, This file has the resolution: 3.00mm x 3.00mm x 3.60mm x 2.00s.

/sub-pixar007/anat/sub-pixar007_T1w.nii.gz

The most common set of dimensions is: 176,256,256 (voxels), This file has the dimensions: 176,192,192 (voxels).

and 85 more files

/participants.tsv

Tabular file contains custom columns not described in a data dictionary

Columns: Age, AgeGroup, Child_Adult, Gender, Handedness, ToM Booklet-Matched, ToM Booklet-Matched-NOFB, FB_Composite, FB_Group, WPPSI BD raw, WPPSI BD scaled, KBIT_raw, KBIT_standard, DCCS Summary, Scanlog: Voxel slize not defined, please define in: /participants.json

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By jacobwvogel@gmail.com - over 2 years ago
Hello -- thank you for making this very nice dataset available! There has been some general interest in utilizing this dataset for machine learning tutorials, and additionally as a toy dataset to be included with the nilearn Python module (https://nilearn.github.io/). It is my understanding that the data has been blurred with a 5 mm Gaussian filter. We were hoping to access a version of the data that has *not* been smoothed? Is any such version of the dataset available, or would it be possible to make one available? Thanks again!
By hlrich@mit.edu - over 2 years ago
Hello, and thanks for your interest in the data! You are correct that the preprocessed data have been smoothed (and realigned/coregistered and normalized). These data live in a subfolder of the derivatives folder (confusingly currently named fmriprep; preprocessing was done in-house using SPM8 and not fmriprep). Raw data are available in the subjects folders that are at the same hierarchy level as the derivatives folder (i.e., on the main page of this dataset). You could use these raw data for your purposes; note that you will at least need to implement realignment/coregistration if you use the raw data. We unfortunately do not have data that have gone through other preprocessing steps but not smoothing.
By manpakravan@gmail.com - over 3 years ago
Hi,
How can I find the age of each subject?
By hlrich@mit.edu - almost 3 years ago
Hello! This information is in the participants.tsv file.