Human Connectome Project Data
The archive includes data from 1,200 young-adult subjects (ages 22-35) from families with twins and non-twin siblings, using a protocol that includes structural and functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI, fMRI), diffusion tensor imaging (dMRI) at 3 Tesla (3T), and behavioral and genetic testing. A subset of about 50 same-sex twin pairs were additionally studied by resting-state/task magnetoencephalography (MEG). Another subset of about 100 same-sex twin pairs were studied using rfMRI, tfMRI, and dMRI at 7 Tesla (7T) at the University of Minnesota
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