學生運動員的健康促進生活型態:性別差異及相關變項

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Purpose: This study investigated gender differences of health promotion lifestyle in student athletes, and the relationships among age, training years, weekly training hours, and health promotion lifestyle. Methods: Stratified sampling of 368 students participated (mean age=20 ± 1.8 years) from 18 universities in Taiwan, who admitted to colleges based on their sport performance. Results: One-way ANOVA showed that males had higher general scores on HPLP-S than those of their females counterparts (p<.05); males also had significant higher subscale scores on social interpersonal relationships (p<.05). No gender difference was found among self-actualization, health responsibility, nutrition, stress management, and social interpersonal relationships. Pearson Correlations revealed that health promotion lifestyle has no significant correlations with age and training years (r=-.01; .04 respectively, p>.05), yet the weekly training hours per week was found positively correlated with health responsibility (r=.19, p<.05). Conclusion: In conclusion, male athletes had greater health promotion lifestyle than the female ones; health promotion lifestyle had no relationship with age and training years. In addition, the longer the weekly training hours, the more responsible the college athletes are for their own health.
Original languageChinese
Pages (from-to)25-37
Number of pages13
Journal臺灣運動心理學報
Issue number12
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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