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Sleep Quality and Sleep Regularity and Related Factors among Urban and Rural Junior High School Students
urban and rural areas
junior high school students
性別、年級、用電腦習慣、看電視習慣、自覺健康狀況、晚間與同學聯繫情形、家中睡眠環境、家庭關係、人際壓力、學業壓力是臺北市國中生睡眠品質之重要因素，解釋變異量為25.7％；而自覺健康狀況、看電視習慣、家庭關係、家中睡眠環境、家人睡眠行為、人際壓力、學業壓力、社區安靜程度是花蓮縣國中生睡眠品質之重要因素，解釋變異量為27.0％。另外，性別、年級、用電腦習慣、家人睡眠行為、人際壓力是臺北市國中生睡眠規律性之重要因素，解釋變異量介於3.3- 11.6％間；年級、用電腦習慣、看電視習慣、晚間與同學聯繫情形、人際壓力、學業壓力是花蓮縣國中生睡眠規律性之重要因素，解釋變異量介於4.0- 9.8％間。|
Objectives The purpose of the study was to assess and compare sleep quality and regularity and its related factors among urban and rural junior high school students in Taiwan. Methed By two-stage random stratified sampling, 1,796（83.2%） participants selected from six junion high school schools in Taipei and Hualien provided valid data with self-admininstered structural questionnaire. that represented as urban and rural students. Data was collected by a struction quastioair. Result About 60% of participants had poor quality of sleep and there was no significant difference between urban and rural students. The sleep-wake patterns of weekdays and weekend varied highly with 2-3 hours time difference, and sleep pattern of urban student was more irregular than that of rural students. Grade, gender, using computer, watching TV, health status, contacting with friends at night, sleeping environment, family relationship, interpersonal stress, and academic stress were important factors of sleep quality of urban students and accounted for 25.7 % variance. Watching TV, perceived health status, family relationship, sleeping environment, sleeping behavior of the family, interpersonal stress, academic stress and quietness of the community were related factors of sleep quality of rural students and accounted for 27.0 % variance. Gender, grade, using computer, sleeping behavior of the family, and interpersonal stress and academic stress were related factors of sleep regularity of urban students and accounted for 3.3- 11.6％ variance. Grade, using computer, watching TV, contacting with friends at night, interpersonal stress, and academic stress were important factors of sleep regularity and accounted for 4.0- 9.8％ variance.
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