Rockland Sample I (2011-2020)
The enhanced Nathan Kline Institute-Rockland Sample I was an institutionally centered endeavor aimed at creating a large-scale community neuroimaging sample of participants across the lifespan (ages 6-85 years). Measures included a wide array of physiological and behavioral assessments, cognitive and psychiatric characterization, genetic information, and advanced neuroimaging. Anonymized data are publicly shared openly and were released prospectively (i.e., on a quarterly basis) as data were collected. The NKI Rockland Sample I data resource includes N = 1, 500 participants across the first set of NIH funded studies (2011-2020).
Contributing NIH Studies:
|Mapping interindividual variation in the aging connectome
|Longitudinal Discovery of Brain Developmental Trajectories
|Discovery Science of Human Brain Function Across the Lifespan
|Real-time fMRI Neurofeedback Based Stratification of Default Network Regulation