We considered 452 participants from the HCP S500 release (25). All imaging data were collected on a custom-made Siemens 3T Skyra scanner using a multiband sequence. Each participant went through two fMRI sessions on two consecutive days. Two rs-fMRI runs were collected in each session. Each fMRI run was acquired in 2-mm isotropic resolution with a repetition time (TR) of 0.72 s and lasted for 14 min and 33 s. The structural data consisted of one 0.7-mm isotropic scan for each subject. The diffusion imaging consisted of six runs, each lasting approximately 9 min and 50 s. Diffusion weighting consisted of three shells of b = 1000, 2000, and 3000 s/mm2, with an approximately equal number of weighting directions on each shell. Details of the data collection can be found elsewhere (25). The HCP participants were randomly divided into training (n = 226) and test (n = 226) sets.

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