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The Effects of Consumers Psychological Characteristics on the Impulse Buying Behaviors of Apparels (소비자의 내적 특성이 의복충동구매행동에 미치는 영향 -감각추구성향, 의복탐색행동, 점포유형을 중심으로-)

  • 강은미;박은주
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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    • v.25 no.3
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    • pp.586-597
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    • 2001
  • EThe purpose of this study was to investigate the relationships of consumers psychological characteristics, store types and impulse buying behaviors of apparels. We collected data from 469 consumers of women college student living in Pusan and analysed by factor analysis, frequency analysis, correlation analysis, t-test and $\chi$$^2$-test. The results were as follows: First, The sensation seeking tendency consisted of the Change seeking, Risk seeking, Artistic seeking, Curiosity seeking and Unusual seeking. The exploratory behavior of apparels were divided into six factors; Particularity exploration, Innovation exploration, Store exploration, Brand royalty exploration, interpersonal exploration and brand-seeking exploration. Second, In comparison with the unimpulse-buying group, the impulse-buying group intended more then Change seeking, when apparel explored, Particularity exploration, Innovation exploration and Brand exploration. Impulse-buying group preferred the department store, unimpulse-buying group did the specialty store.

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Effects of Lavender Aromatherapy on Insomnia and Depression in Women College Students (라벤더 향요법이 여대생의 불면증과 우울에 미치는 영향)

  • Lee, Inn-Sook;Lee, Gyung-Joo
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing
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    • v.36 no.1
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    • pp.136-143
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    • 2006
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to explore the effects of the lavender fragrance on sleep and depression in women college students, Method: Forty-two women college students who complained of insomnia were studied during a four-weekprotocol( control treatment week, $60\%$ lavender fragrance treatment week, washout week, $100\%$ lavender fragrance treatment week), All subjects were in the department of nursing in 'K' college and the study was a single blind repeated measurements experiment For the duration of the study, weekly evaluations of sleep, patterns of sleep disturbance, severity of insomnia scale, self satisfaction with sleep, and severity of depression were performed. Result: Among sleep variables, length of time taken to fall asleep, severity of insomnia, and self satisfaction with sleep were improved for the $60\%$(p=.000, p=.000, p=.000) and $100\%$(p=.000, p=.000, p=.000) week while the severity of depression was improved only for the $100\%$(p=.002)week. Conclusion: According to the study results, it can be concluded that the lavender fragrance had a beneficial effect on insomnia and depression in women college students. Repeated studies are needed to confirm effective proportions of lavender oil and carrier oil for insomnia and depression.

A Study on Nutrient Intake and Food Consumption by Food Frequency Questionnaire According to the Obesity Index of Women College Students in Kunsan. (군산시 일부 여대생의 비만도에 따른 영양소 섭취와 식품섭취빈도)

  • 장혜순;김미라
    • Korean Journal of Human Ecology
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    • v.6 no.1
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    • pp.45-56
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    • 2003
  • The purpose of this study was to compare nutrient intake and food consumption by food frequency according to the obesity index of women college student in Kunsan. The subjects were 251 women college students who were randomly selected from Kunsan national university. Subjects were assigned to one of the following group based on BMI : underweight, normal weight and overweight. Nutrient intake and food consumption by food frequency were evaluated based on questionnaires and 24 hour recall method. The results were as follows. %RDA of calcium, iron and zinc of obese group were more than the underweight group(p<0.05). %Fat was significantly correlated with the daily intakes of protein and vitamin E(p<0.05). %Fat was significantly correlated with %RDA of energy, protein, vitamin E, vitamin B$_{6}$. RBW was significantly correlated with %RDA of iron. BMI was significantly correlated with %RDA of energy, calcium, phosphorus. The foods frequently consumed among students were cooked rice and gimchi. The frequencies of fish and mushroom were correlated with food behavior scores(p<0.01). The frequencies of carbonated beverage(p<0.01), hamburger & piazza, deep fried foods(p<0.01), soybean curd fried fish cake(p(0.05) were correlated with nutritional knowledge scores.

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Body Satisfaction and Weight Loss in Women College Students (여대생의 신체만족도와 체중조절)

  • Chaung, Seung-Kyo;Min, So-Young
    • Journal of Korean Academy of Fundamentals of Nursing
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    • v.13 no.3
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    • pp.485-492
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    • 2006
  • Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify body satisfaction and weight loss experience according to individual's discrepancy between obesity by BMI (body mass index) and self-assessment. Method: The data were obtained by measuring height, weight and using a questionnaire to obtain data on self-assessment of obesity, body satisfaction and weight loss experience. The participants were 286 women college students in J city, Chungbuk. Results: The mean BMI of the women college student was $21.4{\pm}2.93kg/m^2$ which is within the normal range. The concordance rates between obesity by BMI and self-assessment were 54.1%, 39.9%, 61.5%, 78.6% (Kappa=.29) in underweight, normal, overweight, obese students respectively. Forty seven percent of students who were not obese (BMI $<23kg/m^2$) assessed themselves as obese. The mean body satisfaction of college students was very low and 64.3% of the students had a weight loss experience. The students who perceived themselves to be 'obese' even when their BMI was under $23kg/m^2$ reported lower body satisfaction and higher weight loss experience than other students. Conclusion: There were significant discrepancies between obesity by BMI and self-assessment in women college students. The self-assessment of obesity had a greater effect on body satisfaction and weight loss experience than actual BMI in women college students.

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Factors Related to Breakfast Eating Habit of Woman's College Students (일개 여자대학 학생의 아침식사 습관과 관련요인)

  • Shin, Eun-Young;Kim, Mi-Ju
    • Journal of the Korean Society of School Health
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    • v.23 no.2
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    • pp.276-285
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    • 2010
  • Purpose: This study is descriptive research that confirms breakfast eating habit of woman's college students and related factors. Methods: This investigation took place in August 2010 and was participated 142 students of one woman's college which located in a large city. The contents of the questionnaire consists of general trait, diet trait, life patterns and health states. Results: According to the results of uni-variate analysis, the significant variables of breakfast eating habit are: Recognition of importance of breakfast, spare time before attendance, her parents's breakfast eating habit, times of snack, times of eating out and index of food life style. But, according to the results of multi-variate analysis, the number of the significant variables became narrow and they were: Recognition of importance of breakfast, spare time before attendance and her father's breakfast eating habit. Conclusion: Finally, it can be said that the breakfast eating habit of woman's college student is related to recognition of importance of breakfast, spare time before attendance and her father's breakfast habit strongly. It is necessary to emphasis on the recognition of the importance of breakfast and concerns of parents for breakfast eating habit to improve the regularity of breakfast eating habit for woman's college students' health.

The Effect of Music Therapy on the Physiological and Psychological Status of Women College Students Based on Their Preference of Music (음악선호도에 따른 음악요법이 여대생의 생리적, 심리적 변수에 미치는 효과)

  • Jeong, Hyeon-Cheol
    • Korean Journal of Adult Nursing
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.321-330
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    • 2008
  • Purpose: This study was intended to determine how the choice of music affects the physiological and psychological status of women college student during music therapy. Methods: A nonequivalent experimental group pretest-posttest design was used. 19 out of 54 subjects were assigned to listen to their favorite music and 17 to their unfavorite music for 20 minutes using MP3 players and headphones. Anxiety, blood pressure, pulse and blood glucose levels of the subjects were measured before treatment. The data was analyzed by Mann-Whitney and Wilcoxon signed rank test using the SPSS/WIN 10.0 program. Results: The result showed that systolic blood pressure, blood glucose and anxiety level decreased significantly in the favorite music group. however systolic blood pressure, pulse rate and anxiety level increased significantly in the unfavorite music group. The favorite music group showed a significantly higher level of satisfaction than the unfavorite music group. Conclusion: Choice of music affects the physiological and psychological status of an individual. Favorite music listening would enhance the effect of music therapy. Therefore, selection of music must be considered in light of the subject's preference and characteristics.

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Relationship between Dietary Habits, Attitudes toward Weight Control and Subjective Fatigue Symptoms in Women College Students (여자대학생의 식생활습관, 체형 및 체중조절 태도와 피로자각증상과의 관련성)

  • Yang, Jung-Yeon;Cho, Young-Chae
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.14 no.7
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    • pp.3338-3348
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    • 2013
  • The purpose of this research is to access the dietary habits and weight control attitudes in college women, and to correlate them to the subjective fatigue symptoms. The research subjects are 508 women enrolled for studies in undergraduate school from freshmen to senior year in Daejeon city. The survey was conducted with self-administered questionnaire from Apr. 1st to May 1st to May 31st, 2012. In the questionnaire encompasses general characteristics, daily life style factors, dietary habits, attitude toward body type and weight control, and subjective fatigue symptoms. As a results, the affecting factors on the subjective fatigue symptoms were selected various factors such as frequency of the one food, frequency of dining out, having dinner, frequency of instant food intake, frequency of cereal, ice-cream intake, frequency of bean, soybean product intake, frequency of milk, milk product intake, consider excessive intake of sugar, consider excessive intake of salt, self-perception on body type and desire to control weight. Therefore, we can find out that their subjective fatigue symptoms are correlated to the factors in dietary habits, attitude toward body type and weight controls. It is concluded dietary habits and attitude toward body type and weight control themselves cause one's subjective fatigue symptoms, not because of each variables. So, it need efforts of having regular diets, making balanced body and controling body weights by objective ranges.

Woman College Students' Perception of Their Parent's Child-rearing Attitudes (여대생이 지각한 부모의 양육태도)

  • Kim Young-Hee;Kim Shin-Jeong
    • Child Health Nursing Research
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    • v.9 no.3
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    • pp.309-322
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    • 2003
  • Purpose: This study was carried out to show the parental child-rearing attitudes perceived by daughters(woman college students), who were in the process of pursuit of resonable values, ethics and preparing for marriage and settling down, and another purposes were to help them to have positive attitudes toward their child-rearing in the future and set up preliminary parenting education program. Method: The subjects were 120 woman college students who were freshmen to junior in one university in Seoul. Using the self-report questionnaire, data were collected from December in 1999 to March in 2000. The contents which subjects wrote down were categorized by content analysis method. Result: 1) The age range of subjects were 19-25 years old and main rearer was mother(85.84%). 2) The perception of parent's child-rearing by subjects were revealed 555 statements and then tied together 50 themes: 'emphasizing on studying hard'(8.3%), 'doing by oneself'(5.6%), 'sternness'(5.2%), 'respect of personality'(4.5%), 'eagerness'(4.0%), 'humanity education'(4.0%), 'moderating in daily living'(4.0%), 'propriety education'(3.8%), 'sacrificing for children'(3.6%), 'expectation'(3.2%), 'concerning'(3.1%), 'parent-centered'(3.1%), 'giving a free hand'(2.9%), 'sharing with'(2.9%), 'consideration'(2.7%), 'over-protectiveness'(2.3%), 'hostile attitude' (2.2%), 'corporal punishment'(2.2%), 'expression of parental love'(2.0%), 'encouragement'(1.8%), 'family-centered' (1.8%), 'treating fairly'(1.6%), 'offering live experiences'(1.6%), 'exacting obedience'(1.62%), 'exemplary parental role' (1.6%), 'sexual discrimination'(1.6%), 'cooperation'(1.4%), 'giving favors'(1.4%), 'indifference'(1.4%), 'understanding' (1.3%), 'confidence'(1.3%), 'intimacy'(1.3%), 'pursuit of health'(1.3%), 'warm-hearted'(1.1%), 'stinginess'(1.1%),'broad-mindedness'(0.7%), 'granting'(0.7%), 'interfering'(0.7%), 'reproach'(0.7%), 'distinction of sex in household affairs'(0.7%), 'help'(0.5%), 'preparing for the future'(0.5%), 'disregarding'(0.5%), 'making environment'(0.4%), 'bringing up a child personally' (0.4%), 'comparing'(0.4%), 'religious life'(0.4%), 'good deed'(0.4%), invasion of privacy' (0.2%), 'controlling desire'(0.2%). 3) 50 themes were categorized by 18 categories once more: 'control' (13.2%), 'crazy for education'(12.3%), 'endeavoring'(8.6%), 'autonomy'(8.5%), 'home education'(7.7%), 'esteem' (6.67%), 'support'(6.67%), 'pursuit of healthy daily life'(5.6%), 'earnestness'(5.4%), 'disregarding personality'(5.4%), 'emotional bonding'(3.2%), 'imposing a burden'(3.2%). 'inhospitality'(3.1%), 'acceptance'(5%), 'discrimination'(2.3%), 'mature parenthood'(1.8%), 'strengthening family tie'(1.8%), 'psychological intimacy'(1.1%). 4) On the basis of this study, 3/5 of subjects(61.2%) perceived their parents had mature and autonomous child-rearing attitudes, and on the other hand 2/5(39.5%) of them perceived controlling, just forcing to work harder and personally disregarding attitudes. Conclusion: So we need to offer them nursing implementation such as preliminary parenting education program and parenting consulting like to strengthen positive perception and help improving in realistic, developmental child-rearing attitudes.

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