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Analyzing longitudinal effect of physical education activity on adolescent self-rated health evaluation changes using hierarchical linear and nonlinear models
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Analyzing longitudinal effect of physical education activity on adolescent self-rated health evaluation changes using hierarchical linear and nonlinear models
Kim, Sae Hyung;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to analyze longitudinal effect of physical education activity (PEA) score on self-rated health evaluation change (SHEC). This study used hierarchical linear and nonlinear models to investigate of the SHEC during the transition into adolescence (from middle school 1st to high school 2nd grade). Using the Korea children and youth panel survey (KCYPA), data were collected over the course of five years (from 2010 and 2014). HLM 6.8 computer program was used to analyze the data. The result were as follows. First, boys' SHEC increased across the five years, and girls' SHEC decreased across the five years. Second, boys' the self-rated health was increased across the three years and decreased across the two years. Third, girls' the self-rated health was increased across the two years and decreased across the three years. Fourth, the PEA score of 1st grade of high school showed a significant positive association with the boys' SHEC. Fifth, the PEA score of 1st grade of middle school showed a significant negative association with the girls' SHEC.
 Keywords
Hierarchical linear model;hierarchical nonlinear model;physical education activity;self-rated health evaluation;
 Language
Korean
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