A multimodal brain imaging dataset on sleep deprivation in young and old humans: The Sleepy Brain Study 1, version 3
SND-ID: 2020-51-1. Version: 1. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5878/87y5-kh22
Gustav Nilsonne, KI - Karolinska Institutet, Department of Clinical Neuroscience
Karolinska Institutet - Department of Clinical Neuroscience
The Stockholm Sleepy Brain Study I is a functional brain imaging study of 48 younger (20-30 years) and 36 older (65-75 years) healthy participants, with magnetic resonance imaging after normal sleep and partial sleep deprivation in a crossover design. We performed experiments investigating emotional mimicry, empathy for pain, and cognitive reappraisal, as well as resting state functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). We also acquired T1- and T2-weighted structural images and diffusion tensor images (DTI). On the night before imaging, participants were monitored with ambulatory polysomnography and were instructed to sleep either as usual or only three hours. Participants came to the scanner the following evening. Besides MRI scanning, participants underwent behavioral tests and contributed blood samples, which have been stored in a biobank and used for DNA analyses. Participants also completed a variety of self-report measures. The resulting multimodal dataset may be useful for hypothesis generation or independent validation of effects of sleep deprivation and aging, as well as investigati... Show more..
A full description of study design and procedures is available at: https://openarchive.ki.se/xmlui/handle/10616/45181
The dataset is available for download with the tool Datalad (https://www.datalad.org/). The command after installing Datalad is:
datalad install -r https://github.com/NilsonneData/SleepyBrain1.git
Earlier versions of this dataset can be found here: https://openneuro.org/datasets/ds000201/versions/1.0.3 Show less..
Data contains personal data
Unit of analysis
Double-blind randomised trial
Time period(s) investigated
2012-12-04 – 2013-03-27
2013-10-24 – 2014-04-29
Biobank is connected to the study
Number of individuals/objects
- Mode of collection: Measurements and tests
- Data collector: Karolinska Institutet
- Source of the data: Other
Department of Clinical Neuroscience
Stockholm - Ref. 2012/1098-31/2
Åkerstedt T, Lekander M, Nilsonne G, Tamm S, d’Onofrio P, Kecklund G, Fischer H, Schwarz J, Petrovic P, Månsson KNT. Gray matter volume correlates of sleepiness: a voxel–based morphometry study in younger and older adults. Nature and Science of Sleep 2020, 12, 289-198.
Nilsonne G, Tamm S, d’Onofrio P, Thuné HÅ, Schwarz J, Lavebratt C, Liu, JJ, Månsson KNT, Sundelin T, Axelsson J, Fransson P, Kecklund G, Fischer H, Lekander M, Åkerstedt Torbjörn. A multimodal brain imaging dataset on sleep deprivation in young and old humans. Karolinska Open Archive. url: http://hdl.handle.net/10616/45181
Koba C, Notaro G, Tamm S, Nilsonne G, Hasson U. Spontaneous eye-movements during eyes-open rest reduce resting-state-network modularity by increasing visual-sensorimotor connectivity. bioRχiv. doi: 10.1101/2020.05.18.100669
Åkerstedt T, Lekander M, Nilsonne G, Tamm S, d’Onofrio P, Kecklund G, Fischer H, Schwarz J. Effects of late night short sleep on in-home polysomnography – relation to adult age and sex. Journal of Sleep Research 2017. doi: 10.1111/jsr.12626
Tamm S, Nilsonne G, Lamm C, Kecklund G, Petrovic P, Fischer H, Åkerstedt T, Lekander M. The effect of sleep restriction on empathy for pain: An fMRI study in younger and older adults. Scientific Reports 2017 7:12236. doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-12098-9
Tamm S, Nilsonne G, Schwarz J, Golkar A, Kecklund G, Petrovic P, Fischer H, Åkerstedt T, Lekander M. Sleep restriction caused impaired emotional regulation without detectable brain activation changes – a functional magnetic resonance imaging study. Royal Society Open Science, 6(3), 181704. doi: 10.1098/rsos.181704
Nilsonne G, Tamm S, Schwarz J, Almeida R, Fischer H, Kecklund G, Lekander M, Fransson P, Åkerstedt T. Intrinsic brain connectivity after partial sleep deprivation in young and older adults: results from the Stockholm Sleepy Brain Study. Scientific Reports 2017 7:9422. doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-09744-7
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