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The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between oral health behavior and related factors on junior high school students. The research objects were selected by stratified cluster sampling. The data were collected using structured questionnaires. A total of 511 effective questionnaires were collected (97.9%). The major findings are as follows： 1. The research objects showed good scores in both oral health knowledge and oral health attitudes. Female students performed better than that of male students in these two categories. 2. Seventh- grade students had higher scores in oral health attitudes than other grade students. 3. Students in all grades showed good scores in oral health behavior but seventh-grade students had the highest scores among the all. 4. Research results showed positive correlation between oral health knowledge and oral health attitudes. Oral health attitudes and oral health behavior are also positive correlated. Both “dental check up within six months” and oral health attitudes will affect oral health behavior, which can explain 27.7% of the variances. According to the results of this study, suggestions will be provided for future research and to improve oral health behavior of junior high school students.
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