HCP-Early Psychosis Release 1.0 data is now available in the NIMH Data Archive (NDA). HCP-EP is a study of subjects ages 16-35 focused specifically on early psychosis, both affective and non-affective, within the first five years of the initial onset of psychotic symptoms. This time period is important as it is when there are fewer confounds such as prolonged medication exposure and chronicity, and it is also a time period where early intervention strategies may be most effective, before irreversible brain alterations take place, which likely begin early in the course of illness.
The HCP-Early Psychosis Release 1.0 includes:
The full release dataset is available on the HCP Featured Datasets query page on NDA as a single shared package (380 GB, option one) or can be filtered by modality, processing level, and subject GUID to create a custom package of a subset of the data (option two).
Full details of the project and released data are available in the:
To access the data, start by creating an NDA account or login to your existing one. After login, go to your account’s Data Permissions dashboard. Here you can request or renew access electronically to one or many repositories in NDA, including CCF and others.
In the Actions column in the ABCD/CCF Permissions group row, select “Request Access” and complete the access request instructions to create a signed Data Use Certification (DUC). There are three criteria you must meet to be eligible to request NDA access:
You must have a research-related need to access the data
You must be associated with an NIH-recognized research institution, defined as an institution registered in the NIH electronic research administration system (eRA Commons,) and have the approval of an authorized signatory official of that institution.
Your institution must have an active Federalwide Assurance (FWA).
If you have questions, please view NDA's tutorials or email NDAHelp. Once approved, access is valid for one full year. To maintain access, a renewal request should be submitted through the same process as above.
Release Date: Aug 11, 2020
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