In order to identify the health promoting behavior and its related factors for high school students, a survey was performed from 4th to 8th of December 2000. Population were selected by stratified random sampling method and total 355 students replied to the self-administered questionnaire survey. Data analysis was done by descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA. Pearson's Correlation, stepwise multiple regression. The results were as follows: 1. The average score of health promoting behavior practices was 2.23(SD=.41) points by the 4 point scale, which was lower than that of adults. In the subcategories, the highest degree of performance was self-actualization (mean= 2.68, SD=.68), and the lowest degree was health responsibility (mean = 1.33, SD= .41). 2. According to gender(t=2.70, p=.00), school type(t=2.53, p=.01), father's educational level(F=4.16, p=.00), sleeping hours(F=3.80, p = .02), and number of hours at school (F=4.44, p=.01), there were a statistically significant differences in modifying factors. of health promoting behavior. 3. Health promoting behavior showed significant positive correlations with self- efficacy(r= .461. p= .000), internal health locus of control (r=.284, p=.000), perceived health status (r=.163, p=.002). 4. The combination of self-efficacy, internal health locus of control. school type, and gender explained 30% of the variance of health promoting behavior. Therefore, the findings of research can serve as the basis for developing health promoting programs, which enhance self-efficacy and performed in school and community.
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