Kirkland, Megan C. and Wallack, Elizabeth M. and Rancourt, Samantha N. and Ploughman, Michelle (2015) Comparing Three Dual-Task Methods and the Relationship to Physical and Cognitive Impairment in People with Multiple Sclerosis and Controls. Multiple Sclerosis International, 2015. ISSN 2090-2662
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Dual-tasking (DT) is a measure to detect impairments in people with multiple sclerosis (MS). We compared three DT methods to determine whether cognitive (Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA)) or physical disability (Expanded Disease Severity Scale; EDSS) was related to DT performance. We recruited MS participants with low disability (<3 EDSS,
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