Are there any open magnetic resonance imaging datasets of normal and healthy adults (as controls) and psychotic subjects?

Such as ADNI for Alzheimer's or OASIS for aging.

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The Australian Schizophrenia Research Bank (http://www.schizophreniaresearch.org.au/bank/research-information/information-on-datasample-availability-for-researchers/) has an 'open' database of clinical MRI (T1s and DTI) as well as healthy controls. Access isn't free though - they charge an administration fee to cover costs. It is an ongoing effort and I think there is about 500 MRIs from patients in there now, but I'm not sure what the latest numbers are exactly.


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