도시거주 중년기 성인의 노화에 대한 기대와 신체활동과의 관련성: Pender의 건강증진모델을 기반으로

Translated title of the contribution: Relationship between Expectations Regarding Aging and Physical Activity among Middle Aged Adults in Urban Areas: Based on the Pender’s Health Promotion Model

Sung Hye Cho, Moon Ki Choi, JuHee Lee, Hyewon Cho

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Purpose: The purpose of this study was to measure the level of expectations regarding aging (ERA) and identify relationship between ERA and physical activity of middle aged adults. Methods: Participants were middle aged adults who resided in the community in three cities in Korea. Data were collected using questionnaires that contained items on individual characteristic, International Physical Activity Questionnaires (IPAQ), and behavior-specific cognitive factors including ERA-12. Hierarchical multiple regression was conducted to examine whether ERA would predict physical activity by controlling other factors. Results: The mean age of the participants was 51.1±6.9 years. The mean score for ERA (possible range=0 to 100) was 40.04±14.31. More than half of the participants (62.6%) were not engaged in health promoting physical activity. Gender, employment status and exercise confidence were associated with level of physical activity (F=7.14, p<.001, R²=.36). After controlling for individual factors and behavior-specific cognitive factors, ERA was independently related to physical activity (F=7.19, p<.001, R²=.38). Conclusion: The results demonstrate that individuals’ belief about aging has effects on physical activity in Korean middle aged adults. Thus, nursing interventions which focused on ERA could help enhance physical activity in middle aged adults.
Original languageKorean
Pages (from-to)14-24
JournalJournal of Korean Academy of Nursing
Volume45
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2015 Feb

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도시거주 중년기 성인의 노화에 대한 기대와 신체활동과의 관련성: Pender의 건강증진모델을 기반으로. / Cho, Sung Hye; Choi, Moon Ki; Lee, JuHee; Cho, Hyewon.

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