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作者 Li, Wen-Liang
書名 Effects of a transtheoretical model intervention program utilizing peer facilitation, teacher facilitation, and combined peer and teacher facilitation on physical activity level and selected determinants of physical activity for female high school students in Taiwan
國際標準書號 9780493729367
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說明 153 p
附註 Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 63-06, Section: A, page: 2175
Adviser: Allen D. Phillips
Thesis (Ed.D.)--University of Northern Colorado, 2002
The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of a transtheortical stage model intervention program on physical activity level, enjoyment of physical activity, perceived physical competence, and self-efficacy for Taiwanese high school females. The second purpose was to compare the effects of peer facilitation, teacher facilitation, and combined peer and teacher facilitation on the four dependent variables for Taiwanese high school females. The third purpose was to examine the relationships between physical activity and enjoyment of physical activity, perceived physical competence, and self-efficacy. The participants consisted of 160 eleventh grade female students from eight intact physical education classes. The teachers of the eight classes were four experienced male teachers. The three levels of the intervention program, which were peer facilitation, teacher facilitation, and combined peer and teacher facilitation, plus a control group, were randomly assigned to each of the four teachers and the classes they taught
The experimental design of the study was a pretest and posttest design. The data were obtained from four instruments: (a) a One-Day Physical Activity Recall Instrument administered for seven consecutive days during the pre-intervention period and after intervention, (b) an Enjoyment of Physical Activity scale, (c) a Perceived Physical Competence scale, and (d) a Self-Efficacy scale
Physical activity levels in METs were significantly increased from the pretest to posttest (p < .05) for both levels of physical activity categories. Improvements in enjoyment of physical activity, perceived physical competence, and self-efficacy were not found to be significant ( p >.05) in either category. Similarly, no between-group differences were found for any of the four dependent variables for the Taiwanese high school females
School code: 0161
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Host Item Dissertation Abstracts International 63-06A
主題 Education, Physical
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Alt Author University of Northern Colorado
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