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Table 2 Results of regression analysis, identifying the strength of associations between FES-I and stepping performance while controlling for PPA, GDS, GAS and TMT

From: The role of concern about falling on stepping performance during complex activities

 Single task CSRTDual-task CSRT
FES-I#Covariate†FES-I#Covariate†
Concern about falling (FES-I)6.59 (1.82), p < 0.00118.04 (7.73), p = 0.020
Fall risk (PPA)4.18 (1.74), p = 0.01779.61 (12.13), p < 0.00111.48 (7.72), p = 0.138215.96 (53.68), p < 0.001
Mood (GDS)5.78 (1.90), p = 0.00310.54 (6.30), p = 0.09515.89 (7.74), p = 0.04143.46 (25.63), p = 0.091
Anxiety (GAS)6.11 (1.89), p = 0.001)5.06 (7.07), p = 0.47518.06 (7.95), p = 0.02411.56, (29.66), p = 0.697
Executive function (TMT)6.05 (1.80), p = 0.0010.72 (0.18), p = 0.31314.69 (7.44), p = 0.0493.52 (0.76), p < 0.001
  1. Legend: FES-I=Falls Efficacy Scale, GDS = Geriatric Depression Scale, GAS = Goldberg Anxiety Scale, TMT = Trail Making Task, B = regression weight, SE = Standard Error
  2. # Univariable regression analysis between measures (FES-I, PPA, GDS, GAS, TMT) and stepping performance; Multivariable linear regression analysis between measures FES-I and stepping performance, controlling for PPA, GDS, GAS or TMT
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