A naturalistic paradigm to investigate post-encoding neural activation patterns in relation to subsequent voluntary and intrusive recall of distressing events

uploaded by Renee M. Visser on 2021-07-12 - 2 months ago
last modified on 2021-07-29 - about 2 months ago
authored by Renee M Visser, Richard N Henson, Emily A Holmes
1141245
We found 2 Warnings in your dataset. You are not required to fix warnings, but doing so will make your dataset more BIDS compliant.

/sub-14/func/sub-14_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is after the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously long.

/sub-06/func/sub-06_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

/sub-09/func/sub-09_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

/sub-11/func/sub-11_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

/sub-13/func/sub-13_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

/sub-16/func/sub-16_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

/sub-19/func/sub-19_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

/sub-23/func/sub-23_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

/sub-27/func/sub-27_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

/sub-32/func/sub-32_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

/sub-33/func/sub-33_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

and 1 more file

OpenNeuro Accession Number: ds003721
Files: 396, Size: 102.53GB, Subjects: 35, Session: 1
Available Tasks: BI, Film, React
Available Modalities: MRI

README

Description: Dataset from Visser, Henson and Holmes 2021

Under review in Biological Psychiatry CNNI.

The experiment, consisting of three sessions, combined the trauma film paradigm with fMRI scanning, and the completion of a diary to record the daily frequency of intrusive memories over a week. During session 1 six film clips previously shown to elicit a high number of intrusive memories were presented. Clips depicted scenes involving actual or threatened death or serious injury. Each clip was approximately one minute and followed by a 5-minute rest period. After the encoding phase, an additional 6-minute resting-state scan was acquired during which participants pressed a button if an image of the film popped into their minds. At the end of session 1 participants were given a pen-and-paper diary to record any intrusive memories of the films for the following week. Instructions were similar to previous studies (e.g., Lau-Zhu, Henson & Holmes, 2019), defining intrusive memories as mental images from the film clips (“pictures in your mind’s eye”) that occurred spontaneously, i.e., came to mind unbidden. Approximately 24 hrs after session 1 participants returned for session 2, and were shown brief written descriptions to help them retrieve 3 out of 6 film clips. Session 3 took place in a laboratory 7-8 days after session 1 and started with voluntary memory recall tests, i.e., (cued) free recall, and verbal and visual recognition, followed by an intrusion provocation task. In addition, several self-report measures were administered across the three days.

Please cite the following references if you use these data: Visser, R M, Henson, R N, & Holmes, E A, submitted. “A naturalistic paradigm to investigate post-encoding neural activation patterns in relation to subsequent voluntary and intrusive recall of distressing events”

Release history: 30 June 2021 - initial release

Authors

  • Renee M Visser
  • Richard N Henson
  • Emily A Holmes

Dataset DOI

10.18112/openneuro.ds003721.v1.0.0

License

CC0

Acknowledgements

We are grateful to the Holmes lab for their input during the design and setting up of the study, and in particular Ella James for the independent assessment of the diary data. Furthermore, we would like to thank Josephine Newman and Nicole Creasy for help with developing and piloting the stimulus material, Boris Szarzynski, Dora Bosjnak and Robin van Dijkhuizen for transcribing audio files and independent assessment of free recall data, Laura Singh for proofreading, and Nikolaus Kriegeskorte and Erno Hermans for useful discussions about design and data analysis.

How to Acknowledge

Please cite this paper: Visser, R M, Henson, R N, & Holmes, E A, (in press). A naturalistic paradigm to investigate post-encoding neural activation patterns in relation to subsequent voluntary and intrusive recall of distressing events. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging

Funding

  • RMV received support from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie agreement no. 705641 (SUAI/023/ RG92025) and the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO Veni 016.195.246). RNH is supported by UK Medical Research Council Programme (SUAG/046 G101400). EAH receives support from the Swedish Research Council (VR) 2017-00957, the Lupina Foundation, and the Oak Foundation (OCAY-18-442).

References and Links

  • https://osf.io/ucen5/
  • Visser, R M, Henson, R N, & Holmes, E A, (in press). A naturalistic paradigm to investigate post-encoding neural activation patterns in relation to subsequent voluntary and intrusive recall of distressing events. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging

Ethics Approvals

  • All procedures were executed in compliance with relevant laws and institutionsal guidelines, and were approved by the Cambridge Psychological Research Ethics Committee (reference 2017.009).

How To Cite

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Renee M Visser and Richard N Henson and Emily A Holmes (2021). A naturalistic paradigm to investigate post-encoding neural activation patterns in relation to subsequent voluntary and intrusive recall of distressing events. OpenNeuro. [Dataset] doi: 10.18112/openneuro.ds003721.v1.0.0
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A naturalistic paradigm to investigate post-encoding neural activation patterns in relation to subsequent voluntary and intrusive recall of distressing events

uploaded by Renee M. Visser on 2021-07-12 - 2 months ago
last modified on 2021-07-29 - about 2 months ago
authored by Renee M Visser, Richard N Henson, Emily A Holmes
1141245

OpenNeuro Accession Number: ds003721
Files: 396, Size: 102.53GB, Subjects: 35, Session: 1
Available Tasks: BI, Film, React
Available Modalities: MRI

README

Description: Dataset from Visser, Henson and Holmes 2021

Under review in Biological Psychiatry CNNI.

The experiment, consisting of three sessions, combined the trauma film paradigm with fMRI scanning, and the completion of a diary to record the daily frequency of intrusive memories over a week. During session 1 six film clips previously shown to elicit a high number of intrusive memories were presented. Clips depicted scenes involving actual or threatened death or serious injury. Each clip was approximately one minute and followed by a 5-minute rest period. After the encoding phase, an additional 6-minute resting-state scan was acquired during which participants pressed a button if an image of the film popped into their minds. At the end of session 1 participants were given a pen-and-paper diary to record any intrusive memories of the films for the following week. Instructions were similar to previous studies (e.g., Lau-Zhu, Henson & Holmes, 2019), defining intrusive memories as mental images from the film clips (“pictures in your mind’s eye”) that occurred spontaneously, i.e., came to mind unbidden. Approximately 24 hrs after session 1 participants returned for session 2, and were shown brief written descriptions to help them retrieve 3 out of 6 film clips. Session 3 took place in a laboratory 7-8 days after session 1 and started with voluntary memory recall tests, i.e., (cued) free recall, and verbal and visual recognition, followed by an intrusion provocation task. In addition, several self-report measures were administered across the three days.

Please cite the following references if you use these data: Visser, R M, Henson, R N, & Holmes, E A, submitted. “A naturalistic paradigm to investigate post-encoding neural activation patterns in relation to subsequent voluntary and intrusive recall of distressing events”

Release history: 30 June 2021 - initial release

Authors

  • Renee M Visser
  • Richard N Henson
  • Emily A Holmes

Dataset DOI

10.18112/openneuro.ds003721.v1.0.0

License

CC0

Acknowledgements

We are grateful to the Holmes lab for their input during the design and setting up of the study, and in particular Ella James for the independent assessment of the diary data. Furthermore, we would like to thank Josephine Newman and Nicole Creasy for help with developing and piloting the stimulus material, Boris Szarzynski, Dora Bosjnak and Robin van Dijkhuizen for transcribing audio files and independent assessment of free recall data, Laura Singh for proofreading, and Nikolaus Kriegeskorte and Erno Hermans for useful discussions about design and data analysis.

How to Acknowledge

Please cite this paper: Visser, R M, Henson, R N, & Holmes, E A, (in press). A naturalistic paradigm to investigate post-encoding neural activation patterns in relation to subsequent voluntary and intrusive recall of distressing events. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging

Funding

  • RMV received support from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie agreement no. 705641 (SUAI/023/ RG92025) and the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO Veni 016.195.246). RNH is supported by UK Medical Research Council Programme (SUAG/046 G101400). EAH receives support from the Swedish Research Council (VR) 2017-00957, the Lupina Foundation, and the Oak Foundation (OCAY-18-442).

References and Links

  • https://osf.io/ucen5/
  • Visser, R M, Henson, R N, & Holmes, E A, (in press). A naturalistic paradigm to investigate post-encoding neural activation patterns in relation to subsequent voluntary and intrusive recall of distressing events. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging

Ethics Approvals

  • All procedures were executed in compliance with relevant laws and institutionsal guidelines, and were approved by the Cambridge Psychological Research Ethics Committee (reference 2017.009).

How To Cite

Copy
Renee M Visser and Richard N Henson and Emily A Holmes (2021). A naturalistic paradigm to investigate post-encoding neural activation patterns in relation to subsequent voluntary and intrusive recall of distressing events. OpenNeuro. [Dataset] doi: 10.18112/openneuro.ds003721.v1.0.0
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We found 2 Warnings in your dataset. You are not required to fix warnings, but doing so will make your dataset more BIDS compliant.

/sub-14/func/sub-14_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is after the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously long.

/sub-06/func/sub-06_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

/sub-09/func/sub-09_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

/sub-11/func/sub-11_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

/sub-13/func/sub-13_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

/sub-16/func/sub-16_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

/sub-19/func/sub-19_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

/sub-23/func/sub-23_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

/sub-27/func/sub-27_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

/sub-32/func/sub-32_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

/sub-33/func/sub-33_task-BI_events.tsv

The onset of the last event is less than half the total duration of the corresponding scan. This design is suspiciously short.

and 1 more file

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By r.m.visser@uva.nl - 2 months ago
Trauma Film Paradigm 2 days, 3 scans