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Study of Exercise Behavior Intervention Among the Vocational High School Students──Application of the Transtheoretical Model
vocational high school students
The Transtheoretical Model
Study of Exercise Behavior Intervention Among the Vocational High School Students──Application of the Transtheoretical Model A Dissertation by Wu Jing-Hwei Abstract The main purpose of this study was to analyze the effectiveness of exercise education program in increasing exercise behavior（exercise stage）, social psychological factors and processes of change, also to assess the social psychological factors and processes of change mediated the exercise behavior. An nonequivalent experiment control group with baseline, post-test and follow-up（6-month）test. Purposive sampling was conducted two Taipei Municipal vocational high schools of industry . The total effective numbers of the experimental group were 83 and 89 in the control group. The experimental group received four units（four classes）curriculums consisted of three times e-mail booster, and the control group only gave exercise pamphlet. Data was collected via a structured questionnaire. This study found positive effect of the intervention to change exercise behavior for Vocational High School students . The main findings were as follows: 1.After exercise intervention ,there were improved significantly in the experimental group about decision balance , self-efficacy , processes of change and stage of change in exercise , but in the control group, there were increased significantly about the perceived-barrier in exercise. 2.There were significantly interaction within groups and 3 times measurement. 3.The exercise intervention could predict the mediators（Decision balance, self-efficacy , processes of change）significantly,and the mediators could predict the outcome behavior（stage of change in exercise behavior）significantly. According to the above findings, the suggestions were made.
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