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PCF05: fMRI data in a Pavlovian delay threat conditioning task with four visual CS with different rates of electrical US

Ojala, Karita E; Tzovara, Athina; Poser, Benedikt A; Lutti, Antoine; Bach, Dominik R

This data set includes selected functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) data supplementing an article. The data include: 

  1. Untresholded Statistical Parametric Maps (SPMs) and beta images (BOLD signal estimates) for relevant contrasts for the GLMs reported in the article
  2. Region-of-interest (ROI) masks: anatomical ROIs with combined hemispheres, and masks created from significant BOLD signal clusters from the whole-brain analyses
  3. Summary data files for mean beta (BOLD signal estimate) values and their within-subject errors for each ROI

Details of the experimental paradigm as well as of the fMRI data acquisition and analysis can be found in the associated article. 

See the readme files included in the data folders and the associated article for more details. Data are stored in the following formats: NIFTI (.nii), MATLAB (.mat) and Excel (.xlsx). This project was supported by Olga Mayenfisch Foundation and Swiss National Science Foundation (320030_149586 to DRB, 320030_188737 to AT, and 320030_184784 to AL), the Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging receives core funding from the Wellcome Trust (091593/Z/10/Z). DRB is also supported by funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (Grant agreement No. ERC-2018 CoG-816564 ActionContraThreat). AT is supported by the Interfaculty Research Cooperation "Decoding Sleep: From Neurons to Health & Mind" of the University of Bern. BAP is supported by Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) VIDI 016.178.052 and by partial funding from R01 MH111444/MH/NIMH NIH. AL is supported by the ROGER DE SPOELBERCH Foundation.
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