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Relationships among Health-Promoting Lifestyles, Personal factors and Cognitive factors of Teachers
junior high school teachers
self-efficacy of health behavior
perceived benefit of health promotion behavior
perceived barrier of health promotion behavior
The purposes of this study were to investigate the health-promoting lifestyles and to explore its relationship with personal factors and cognitive factors of Taipei junior high school teachers. By cluster sampling, teachers from 8 schools were surveyed. Only 439 provided valid data (52.1% response rate) through self-administered structural questionnaire. The data was analyzed by t-test, one-way ANOVA, Person’s product-moment correlation and hierarchical regression. The major results were as follows: 1.The index of health-promoting lifestyles was 56.1. Among the 6 subscales, the highest was interpersonal relations, followed by spiritual growth, nutrition, stress management, health responsibility, and physical activity. 2.The level of perceived health status was above average. The index of perceived benefit and barrier were 88.8 and 63.3, respectively. The index of self-efficacy was 72.1. 3.Male, attended health-promoting lessons recently, perceived healthier had better health-promoting lifestyles. 4.Perceived benefit and self-efficacy were positively related to health- promoting lifestyles. Perceived barrier were negatively related to health-promoting lifestyles. 5.Personal factors and cognitive factors could explain 57.9% of the variance of health-promoting lifestyles. Perceived health status, perceived benefit and barrier, and self-efficacy were the significant predictors. It is recommended to enhance teachers’ physical activity, health responsibility and stress management by providing health-promoting program, reducing perceived barrier and enhancing self-efficacy.
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