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Research Article

Effect of Tai Chi Training on Dual-Tasking Performance That Involves Stepping Down among Stroke Survivors: A Pilot Study

Table 3

Results of two-way mixed ANOVA on single-tasking condition.

Tai ChiConventional exerciseControl-value ( value)
PrePostFUPrePostFUPrePostFUBetween-subjectWithin-subjectInteraction

CS85.9 ± 28.693.4 ± 21.796.2 ± 26.799.5 ± 17.3108.0 ± 30.6106.5 ± 19.593.8 ± 23.699.5 ± 19.498.2 ± 31.10.491
(0.619)
2.985
(0.062)
0.183
(0.946)
CoP-AP80.4 ± 36.879.5 ± 17.485.6 ± 14.476.0 ± 18.699.6 ± 28.081.9 ± 21.583.7 ± 25.881.4 ± 24.977.4 ± 27.50.100
(0.905)
0.863
(0.411)
1.336
(0.279)
CoP-ML73.9 ± 41.652.7 ± 17.068.8 ± 27.184.4 ± 15.779.3 ± 15.556.7 ± 21.971.9 ± 31.359.7 ± 34.777.2 ± 38.00.221
(0.803)
1.644
(0.206)
1.5289
(0.212)
VCoP65.8 ± 36.162.0 ± 19.662.3 ± 11.571.9 ± 14.176.2 ± 27.165.9 ± 16.168.1 ± 22.259.9 ± 22.666.0 ± 23.80.264
(0.771)
0.462
(0.608)
0.654
(0.608)

Values are in mean ± SD or -value ( value). Pre: preassessment; Post: postassessment; FU: follow-up assessment; CS: composite score on the auditory Stroop test; CoP-AP: normalized CoP sway in the anteroposterior direction; CoP-ML: normalized CoP sway in the mediolateral direction; VCoP: average CoP sway velocity.

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