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Study on the Influential Factors of Balanced Diet Intake Behavior Among the Students of a Junior High School in Nantou county, Taiwan
balanced diet intake
health control of locus
The main purpose of this study was to investigate the current balanced diet intake behavior among junior high school students,and to identify the relationships between selected demographic characteristics,knowledge,psychosocial variables,heath locus of control and balanced diet intake behavior. The subjects were students from a junior high school in Nantou,Taiwan,and 295 questionnaires were collected and analyzed. The t-test,one-way ANOVA, Pearson’s Product-moment Correlation and Multiple Regression were used to analyze the data and results were as follows: 1.The frequency of balanced diet intake behavior was between“sometimes“ and“often” 2.The subjects’outcome expectancy and social support for balanced diet intake behavior were positive, but knowledge and self-efficacy were poor. Meanwhile, the subjects were mostly prone to internal health locus of control. 3.Balanced diet intake behavior was positively correlated with knowledge, outcome expectancy, social support and self-efficacy, but negatively correlated with external chance health locus of control. 4.Thirty-one point six (31.6)% of the variance of balanced diet intake behavior was explained by knowledge, outcome expectancy, social support from teachers and self-efficacy. The strongest predictor of balanced diet intake behavior was self-efficacy.
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