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    Title: A Comparative Study of Self Concept and Related Factors in Asthmatic and Healthy Schoolchildren
    Other Titles: 學齡期氣喘患童與一般兒童的自我概念和其相關因素之比較研究
    Authors: 鄭淑貞;Cheng, Shu-chen;陳月枝;Chen, Yueh-chih;江伯倫;Chiang, Bor-luen;張玉坤;Chang, Yue-cune
    Contributors: 淡江大學數學學系
    Keywords: asthmatic schoolchild;healthy schoolchild;self concept;parenting style
    Date: 2005-10
    Issue Date: 2010-01-28
    Publisher: 財團法人臺灣省私立佛教慈濟慈善事業基金會
    Abstract: Objective: With a positive self concept, asthmatic schoolchildren are likely to accomplish self-management behaviors. The purpose
    of this study was, therefore, to investigate the self concept of school age children with and without asthma, and probe related
    factors. Materials and Methods: The subjects, 150 fourth to sixth graders of whom 50 were asthmatic and 100 were healthy, were
    purposively selected from a pediatric allergy outpatient clinic in a medical center in northern Taiwan. The research tools included a
    structured questionnaire, the “ Self Concept Scale” and the “ Parenting Style Scale”. Data were analyzed by descriptive and inferential
    statistics using SPSS for Windows/PC10.0 software and StatXact-5 statistical software. Results: There was a significant difference
    between the self concept of asthmatic and healthy schoolchildren. Asthmatic children’s overall self concept (p<0.001), self
    concept family subscale (p<0.05), and self concept physical subscale (p<0.001) were lower than those of healthy children. Asthmatic
    children’s limits in physical education class were significantly correlated with overall self concept, whereas the overall self
    concept was highest for children with full class attendance (p<0.05) and no shortness of breath after exercise (p<0.01). After
    modifying for the group effect, the parenting style and overall self concept were positively correlated (p<0.001). Conclusions:
    These research results can serve as guidelines for medical care professionals, parents, and teachers, in caring for and teaching
    asthmatic and healthy schoolchild.
    Relation: 慈濟醫學 17(5),頁331-338+383
    DOI: 10.6440/TZUCMJ.200510.0331
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Mathematics] Journal Article

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