Table 2: Characteristics of studies utilizing balance tasks during dual tasking.

Study IDAuthorPublication yearSample sizeEDSSMotor outcomeCognitive taskQuality

OWajda et al. [38]2014626.0 (2.0)b,dCOP sway areaWord list generationHigh
AKramer et al. [24]2014613.0 ± 1.0aCenter of force displacement (single leg)Random number typingHigh
PNegahban et al. [39]2013232.5 ± 1.1aRecurrence quantification analysisSilent serial 3’s with endpoint recallMedium
QJacobs and Kasser [40]2012130–4.5cStep initiation timeAuditory stroop taskHigh
RBoes et al. [41]2012452–6.5cCOP sway areaWord list generationHigh
SNegahban et al. [42]2011232.5 ± 1.1aCOP sway areaSilent serial 3’s with endpoint recallHigh
TKalron et al. [43]2011521.7 ± 0.2aCOP sway rateVisual stroop taskHigh

Notes: aMean ± SD; bmedian (IQR); crange; dself-reported.