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fMRI Data Center (fMRIDC) is a database of functional magnetic resonance imaging studies. It was established in 2000 at Dartmouth College and later moved to University of California, Santa Barbara. It is/was? available from:

http://fmridc.org/

In November 2009 it had 107 data sets available.

As of 2016, the website seems no longer to respond.

The Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience has previous required fMRI studies published in the journal to submit imaging data to fMRIDC. This is no long required [1].

fMRIDC was started in 1999 by John Darrell Van Horn, Michael S. Gazzaniga, Daniel Rockmore, Peter Kostelec, Jeffrey Grethe, and Javed Aslam at Dartmouth College.[1]

Studies from the fMRIDC available in the Brede Wiki are displayed in the category Papers in fMRIDC.

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[edit] Reanalyses

Some of the data set in fMRIDC has been reanalyzed,[2] e.g., Activity in human frontal cortex associated with spatial working memory and saccadic behavior by Bradley R. Postle and others was reanalyzed and reported as Spatial working memory specific activity in the dorsal prefrontal cortex? disparate answers from fMRI beta-weight and timecourse analysis. The original author was critical of this reanalysis.[3]

Another reanalysis was performed by Dan Lloyd and reported in Functional MRI and the study of human consciousness. Lloyd used data from four different papers:

  1. Neural activation during response competition
  2. Representation of objects in the human occipital and temporal cortex
  3. Effects of presentation rate during word and pseudoword reading: a comparison of PET and fMRI
  4. Activity in human frontal cortex associated with spatial working memory and saccadic behavior

[edit] Papers in fMRIDC

See also fMRI Data Center/Papers.

  1. fMRI evidence for a three-stage model of deductive reasoning
  2. fMRI measures of perceptual filling-in in the human visual cortex
  3. fMRI responses to video and point-light displays of moving humans and manipulable objects
  4. Neural activation during response competition
  5. The representation of objects in the human occipital and temporal cortex

[edit] Papers

  1. Why share data? Lessons learned from the fMRIDC

[edit] References

  1. Why share data? Lessons learned from the fMRIDC
  2. John Darrell Van Horn, Alumit Ishai (2007). "Mapping the human brain: new insights from fMRI data sharing". Neuroinformatics 5: 146-153. doi: 10.1007/s12021-007-0011-6.
  3. Bradley R. Postle (2005). "Analysis of fMRI data from tasks containing temporal dependencies: an evaluation of Slotnick (2005)". Cognitive neuropsychology 22(7): 921-924. doi: 10.1080/02643290442000464.
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