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|Other Titles:||Action Planning and Coping Plan Effects on Exercise and Diet Stages of Change and Body Composition in the Longitudinal Study|
Department of Health Promotion and Health Education National Taiwan Normal University
The purposes of this study were to examine: 1. The improvements of the action planning and coping plan interventions on diet and exercise cognition and behavior. 2. The action planning and coping plan interventions on diet and exercise behavioral stages change. 3. The effects of diet and exercise action planning and coping plan interventions on losing weight and body composition improvements. There were 92 university students and faculty (aged: 23.58 ± 4.46 years) participating in this study. After providing the informed consent, 10 week action planning and coping plan interventions on the diet and exercise were executed. Before intervention, at the 3rd and 10th week, participants were asked to complete a series of inventories, including measures of the diet and exercise scales, habit scale, behavior, stages of change scale, and body composition test, and diet and exercise self-monitoring plans were also executed. The data were analyzed by paired t-test, repeated measures one-way ANOVA analysis, and Bowker’s test of symmetry. The results of this study indicated that: 1. action planning and coping plan interventionshelped to change diet and exercise cognition and behavior, 2. action planning and coping plan interventions benefitted the progression of diet and exercise stages of change, and 3. action planning and coping plan interventions were instrumental inlosing weight and improvements of body composition. The present study supported the conclusion that the improvements of diet and exercise cognition, behavior, and body compositionbenefitted from action planning and coping plan interventions.
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