青少年螢幕式坐式行為使用時間與身體活動、心理社會適應與執行功能之相關性

Translated title of the contribution: The Relationship Between Screen based Sedentary Behavior, Physical Activity, Psychosocial Adaptation, and Executive Function in Adolescents

鍾 錦鈿(Chin-Tien Chung), 郭 淑瑜(Shu-Yu Kuo), 陳 昱廷(Yu-Ting Chen), 林 碧珠(Pi-Chu Lin), 邊 立中(Li-Chung Pien), 陳 淑如(Su-Ru Chen)

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Abstract

Background: The long-term use of screen based sedentary behavior has a great influence on the physical and mental health of adolescents. Aim: The study aims to explore the relationship of screen based sedentary behavior and executive function in adolescents. Methods: This is a cross-sectional design using a convenience sampling to recruit samples from two junior high schools in northern Taipei. Instruments included Screen based Behavior Questionnaire, Chinese Internet Addiction Scale-revised, Psychosocial Adaptation Scale, Physical Activity Scale, Stroop Test, and Digit Span Test. Independent t-test and one way ANOVA analysis were used to analyze the influence of basic characteristics on the screen based sedentary behavior. Pearson's correlation was used to analysis the relationship between screen based sedentary behavior, physical activity, psychosocial adaptation, and executive function. Stepwise multiple regression analysis was used to identify the predictors of screen based sedentary behavior. Results: The results showed that the average time spent on the screen based sedentary behavior of adolescents was 298.8 ± 194.3 minutes/day. It was 224.6±181.0 minutes/day in working days, and 484.3±287.8 minutes/day in holiday. In the basic characteristic, a lower grade of adolescents, divorced parents, and parental education level significantly increased the screen based sedentary behavior. There were no significant differences in the spent time between different screen based sedentary behavior and physical activity, psychosocial adaptation and executive function of adolescents. The grade, BMI, and Internet addiction scores may be the main predictors of the time spent on screen based sedentary behavior. Conclusions: The results provide schools and parents to learn more about the effects of screen-based sedentary behavior on physical activity, psychosocial adaptation, and executive function in adolescents. In the future, appropriate intervention may hopefully reduce screen based sedentary behavior in adolescents.
Translated title of the contributionThe Relationship Between Screen based Sedentary Behavior, Physical Activity, Psychosocial Adaptation, and Executive Function in Adolescents
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)36-50
Number of pages15
Journal新臺北護理期刊
Volume23
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Sep 1 2021

Keywords

  • screen based sedentary behavior
  • physical activity
  • psychosocial adaptation
  • executive function

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