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self-efficacy of health behavior
perceived health status
以宜蘭縣93學年度公私立高中(職)合格專任教師為研究母群體，採分層機率比率抽樣法，利用結構性問卷方式進行資料收集，取得有效問卷共410份，回收率84%。以SPSS for Windows 11.0視窗版統計套裝軟體進行資料分析。
The purpose of this study was to probe into the health-promoting lifestyles among senior high school and vocational school teachers in Yilan county. It explored the relation with demographic variables, perceived health status, self-efficacy of health behavior and the predictors of the health-promoting lifestyles. The qualified teachers at senior high school and vocational school in Yilan county in 2005 were the target population of this research, and the samples were selected by using stratified PPS random sampling. The data collection was based on structural questionnaire method, and there were 410 valid samples, which presented a 84% of the response rate. The data was analyzed by SPSS for Windows 11.0. The major findings of the study were as follows: 1.In the health-promoting lifestyles, the highest score was the spiritual growth, followed by nutrition, interpersonal relations, stress management, and the lowest was physical activity, health responsibility; in the self-efficacy of health behavior, the highest score was psychological well-Being, followed by the nutrition, and the lowest was health responsibility, exercise; subjects perceived health status is above the medium degree. 2.The result indicated that these following factors of demographic variables did show significant differences in the health-promoting lifestyles: ages, marital status, the total experiences in teaching field, the participation of the health-promoting lessons and the total hours in participating in health-promoting lessons. 3.The perceived health status and self-efficacy of the subjects had a positive correlation with the health-promoting lifestyles. 4.The self-efficacy of health behavior, ages, the perceived health status, and the participation of health-promoting lessons were the significant predictors and explained 53.3% of the variance of health-promoting lifestyles. However, the self-efficacy of health behavior was the strongest predictor of all. The finding of this study could act as references for school health practice, for educational adminstration and for further research in this field.
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