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Table 7 Excluded paper meta-analysis

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
Bootsma-van, d., Gussekloo, J., de, C., van, E., Bloem, B. R., & Westendorp, R. G. (2003). Walking and talking as predictors of falls in the general population: The Leiden 85-Plus Study. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 51(10), 1466–1471.No Means and SD (only Median and IQR)
Johansson, J., Nordström, A., & Nordström, P. (2016). Greater Fall Risk in Elderly Women Than in Men Is Associated With Increased Gait Variability During Multitasking. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association, 17(6), 535–540.No mean and SD discrimination between Fallers and Non-Fallers possible
Reelick, M. F., Kessels, R. P., Faes, M. C., Weerdesteyn, V., Esselink, R. A., & Rikkert, M. G. O. (2011). Increased intra-individual variability in stride length and reaction time in recurrent older fallers. Aging clinical and experimental research, 23(5–6), 393–399.LLNo mean and SD discrimination between Fallers and Non-Fallers possible