Background: The Tower of London (TOL) task is a well-used measure of planning. Performance on this task can be affected by a number of factors.
Methods: We examined whether mode of presentation would influence performance by randomly assigning participants to complete a series of problems presented on an electronic version of the TOL or a manual version of the same task.
Results: We found no significant differences between the two groups.
Conclusions: Mode of presentation does not appear to affect performance on the TOL.