A pupil size, eye-tracking and neuropsychological dataset from ADHD children during a cognitive task
Attention Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) is diagnosed based on observed behavioral outcomes alone. Given that some brain attentional networks involve circuits that control the eye pupil, we monitored pupil size in ADHD-diagnosed children and also in control children during a visuospatial working memory task. We present here the full dataset, consisting of pupil size time series for each trial and subject. There are data from, 22 control, and 28 ADHD-diagnosed children. There are also data from a subset of 17 ADHD children that performed the task twice, on-and off-medication. In addition, our dataset also includes gaze position data from each trial and subject, and also scores from the Weschler Intelligence Scale for Children. In this context, the dataset can serve as a resource to analyze dynamic eye movement and pupil changes as a function of known behavioral changes and scores in neuropsychological tests, which reflect neurocognitive processing.
|Título según WOS:||A pupil size, eye-tracking and neuropsychological dataset from ADHD children during a cognitive task|
|Título según SCOPUS:||A pupil size, eye-tracking and neuropsychological dataset from ADHD children during a cognitive task|
|Título de la Revista:||SCIENTIFIC DATA|
|Editorial:||Nature Publishing Group|
|Fecha de publicación:||2019|
|Página de inicio:||25|