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Table 6 Excluded paper

From: A taxonomy of cognitive tasks to evaluate cognitive-motor interference on spatiotemoporal gait parameters in older people: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Excluded papersReason for exclusion
Beauchet, O., Allali, G., Annweiler, C., Berrut, G., Maarouf, N., Herrmann, F. R., & Dubost, V. (2008). Does change in gait while counting backward predict the occurrence of a first fall in older adults? Gerontology, 54(4), 217–223. [96]Similar study with the same data set included in the study
Faulkner, K. A., Redfern, M. S., Cauley, J. A., Landsittel, D. P., Studenski, S. A., Rosano, C., et al. (2007). Multitasking: Association between poorer performance and a history of recurrent falls: Association between poorer performance and a history of recurrent falls. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 55(4), 570–576. [10]No discrimination between Fallers and Non-Fallers possible for ST and DT gait data
Kressig, R. W., Herrmann, F. R., Grandjean, R., Michel, J. P., & Beauchet, O. (2008). Gait variability while dual-tasking: Fall predictor in older inpatients? Aging Clinical & Experimental Research, 20(2), 123–130. [97]Observed Inpations and only falls in hospital
Hadjistavropoulos, T., Carleton, R. N., Delbaere, K., Barden, J., Zwakhalen, S., Fitzgerald, B., et al. (2012). The relationship of fear of falling and balance confidence with balance and dual tasking performance. Psychology & Aging, 27(1), 1–13. [98]No discrimination between Fallers and Non-Fallers possible
Halvarsson, A., Oddsson, L., Olsson, E., Faren, E., Pettersson, A., & Stahle, A. (2011). Effects of new, individually adjusted, progressive balance group training for elderly people with fear of falling and tend to fall: A randomized controlled trial. [Erratum appears in Clin Rehabil. 2012 Nov;26(11):1055 Note: Oddsson, Lars [added]]. Clinical Rehabilitation, 25(11), 1021–1031. [99]No discrimination between Fallers and Non-Fallers possible
Halvarsson, A., Franzén, E., Farén, E., Olsson, E., Oddsson, L., & Ståhle, A. (2013). Long-term effects of new progressive group balance training for elderly people with increased risk of falling - a randomized controlled trial. Clinical Rehabilitation, 27(5), 450–458. [100]No discrimination between Fallers and Non-Fallers possible
Herman, T., Mirelman, A., Giladi, N., Schweiger, A., & Hausdorff, J. M. (2010). Executive Control Deficits as a Prodrome to Falls in Healthy Older Adults: A Prospective Study Linking Thinking, Walking, and Falling. The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, 65A(10), 1086–1092. [101]Similar study with the same data set included in the study
MacAulay, R. K., Allaire, T. D., Brouillette, R. M., Foil, H. C., Bruce-Keller, A. J., Han, H., et al. (2015). Longitudinal assessment of neuropsychological and temporal/spatial gait characteristics of elderly fallers: Taking it all in stride. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 7 2015. [102]No mean and SD discrimination between Fallers and Non-Fallers possible
Rinaldi, N. M., & Moraes, R. (2016). Older adults with history of falls are unable to perform walking and prehension movements simultaneously. Neuroscience, 316, 249–260. [103]No discrimination between Fallers and Non-Fallers possible
Rogan S., Taeymans J., Bangerter C., Simon S., Terrier P., Hilfiker R. (2019). Einfluss von Einfach- und Doppelaufgaben auf Gangstabilitat und Ganggeschwindigkeit bei alteren Menschen: Eine explorative Studie, Influence of single and dual tasks on gait stability and gait speed in the elderly: An explorative study. Zeitschrift fur Gerontologie und Geriatrie.52, (1), 23–27 [104]No discrimination between Fallers and Non-Fallers possible
Yamada, M., Aoyama, T., Nakamura, M., Tanaka, B., Nagai, K., Tatematsu, N., et al. (2011). The reliability and preliminary validity of game-based fall risk assessment in community-dwelling older adults. Geriatric Nursing, 32(3), 188–194. [86]Low Quality score
Yogev, G., Plotnik, M., Peretz, C., Giladi, N., & Hausdorff, J. M. (2007). Gait asymmetry in patients with Parkinson’s disease and elderly fallers: When does the bilateral coordination of gait require attention? Experimental Brain Research, 177(3), 336–346. [105]Similar study with the same data set included in the study