Databases

Below are summaries of our growing cohort of demographic, psychological, physical, and neural measures from 400 individuals. Please contact us for access to the GAAN data. We will send you the GAAN data use terms upon request.

Motor Imagery database

  • EEG recordings over sensorimotor cortex
  • Upper and lower limb real and imaginary tasks
  • Young subjects (23 -27 years old) performing motor imagery & execution

             

Affective database

  • Event related (affective pictures, words, and odours) MEG and/or EEG recordings

    • Young subjects (18-39 years old) during passive viewing of affective pictures and words

    • Young subjects (18-39 years old) during passive viewing of affective pictures and words and after alcohol consumption

    • Elderly subjects (60+) during passive viewing of affective pictures and words before and after different combinations of an intervention scheme of cognitive and physical stimulation

    • Young subjects (18-39 years old) under the effect of affective odours

Math Anxiety database

  • Event related EEG recordings

    • Young math anxious and non-math anxious subjects (18-39 years old) performing mathematical calculations

Multisensory integration database

  • Event related (audiovisual pattern identification) MEG and EEG recordings

    • Young musician and non-musician subjects (18-39 years old)

Resting state database

  • EEG recordings (Eyes Open/Closed)

    • Elderly (healthy, Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), and Mild Dementia (MD)) before and after different combinations of an intervention scheme of cognitive and physical stimulation

Clinical database

  • EEG recordings (Eyes Closed)

    • ICU patients before and during patient weaning

  • Elderly neuropsychological measurements (a multi-battery of tests in OpenClinica as well as in Excel)

MRI recordings

  • Healthy young and elderly subjects as well as subjects challenged by MCI and MD pathology

Cohort name

Description

Coordinator

Number in cohort

MRI

EEG

MEG

Resting state ICU

EEG recordings (Eyes Closed) on ICU patients before and during patient weaning (see Perantoni et al., 2010)

Bamidis, P.D.

8 adult patients with acute respiratory failure

 

 

8

Resting state Healthy Aging

EEG recordings (Eyes Open (EO) / Closed (EC) before and after a two month intervention of cognitive and physical training

Bamidis, P.D.

58 healthy elders

 

 

pre_intervention:

58 EO / 58 EC

post_intervention:

38 EO / 38 EC

Resting state MCI

EEG recordings (Eyes Open (EO) / Closed (EC) before and after a two month intervention of cognitive and physical training

(see Styliadis et al., 2015b)

Bamidis, P.D.

139 MCI

 

 

pre_intervention:

139 EO / 139 EC

post_intervention:

94 EO / 94 EC

Resting state MD

EEG recordings (Eyes Open (EO) / Closed (EC) before and after a two month intervention of cognitive and physical training (see Frantzidis et al., 2014b)

Bamidis, P.D.

28 MD

 

 

pre_intervention:

28 EO / 28 EC

post_intervention:

18 EO / 18 EC

Resting state Healthy Young

EEG recordings (Eyes Open (EO) / Closed (EC)

Bamidis, P.D.

36 healthy young

 

 

36 EO / 36 EC

Alcohol & Resting state

EEG recordings (Eyes Open (EO) / Closed (EC)

(see Lithari et al., 2012)

Bamidis, P.D.

26 healthy young

 

15 EO / 15 EC

26 EO / 26 EC

Affective Pictures Healthy Aging

Event related potential recordings before and after a two month intervention of cognitive and physical training

Bamidis, P.D.

57 healthy elders

 

 

pre_intervention: 57

post_intervention: 38

Affective Pictures MCI

Event related potential recordings before and after a two month intervention of cognitive and physical training

Bamidis, P.D.

128 MCI

 

 

pre_intervention: 128

post_intervention: 89

Affective Pictures MD

Event related EEG recordings before and after a two month intervention of cognitive and physical training

Bamidis, P.D.

28 MD

 

 

pre_intervention: 28

post_intervention: 19

Affective Words Healthy Aging

Event related potential recordings before and after a two month intervention of cognitive and physical training

Bamidis, P.D.

34 healthy elders

 

 

pre_intervention: 34

post_intervention: 26

Affective Words MCI

Event related potential recordings before and after a two month intervention of cognitive and physical training

Bamidis, P.D.

89 MCI

 

 

pre_intervention: 89

post_intervention: 64

Affective Words MD

Event related potential recordings before and after a two month intervention of cognitive and physical training (see Romanopoulou MSc thesis)

Bamidis, P.D.

15 MD

 

 

pre_intervention: 15

post_intervention: 9

Affective Pictures Healthy Young

Event related potential/field recordings (see Styliadis et al., 2015a; Lithari et al., 2010)

Bamidis, P.D.

75 healthy young

12

12

63

Affective Words Healthy Young

Event related potential/field recordings

Bamidis, P.D.

29 healthy young

 

 

29

Affective Odours Healthy Young

Event related potential recordings (see Komnidis MSc thesis and Kalogianni MSc thesis)

Bamidis, P.D.

12 healthy young

 

 

12

Alcohol & Affective Pictures Healthy Young

Event related potential recordings/field recordings

(see Lithari PhD thesis)

Bamidis, P.D.

41 healthy young

15

26

Alcohol session: 41

Placebo session: 41

Alcohol & Affective Words Healthy Young

Event related potential recordings/field recordings (see Lithari PhD thesis)

Bamidis, P.D.

41 healthy young

15

26

Alcohol session: 41

Placebo session: 41

Aging REA Group

Kinisiotherapy training to MCI patients for attention/visuospatial abilities development (pre-post)

Bamidis, P.D; Kounti F.

16

16

16

16

Aging Emotion Group

Enhancement of emotional processing abilities to MCI patients (pre-post)

Bamidis, P.D; Kounti F.

22

22

22

22

Aging Control Group

Passive control group (1 year follow-up)

Bamidis, P.D.

12

12

12

12

Aging and Traditional Dancing

EEG resting state recordings on pre-post a six month Intervention

Bamidis, P.D; Douka S.

14

 

 

14

Math Anxiety

Event related EEG recordings (see Klados PhD thesis)

Bamidis, P.D.

32 healthy young

 

 

Math Anxious: 16

Non Math Anxious: 16