Purpose: The study aimed to investigate the relationship among exercise behaviors, social support for exercise, impulsive, and academic adaptation problems. Methods: The effective sample in this study consisted of 887 regular class students from 12 junior high schools in Taipei city. The collected data were analyzed by multiple regression analysis. Results: (1) Youths who participated in high contact-high aggression activities had more problems of academic adaptation than those who joined low contact-low aggression activities; (2) Impulsiveness was related to academic adaptation problems; (3) While considering the effects of control variables, the relationship between parent's social support and academic adaptation problems disappeared. Conclusions: Exercise behaviors were not able to improve learning adaptation problems.
|Translated title of the contribution||Relationships among Exercise Behavior, Social Support, Impulsivness, and Academic Adaptation in Junior High School Students|
|Original language||Chinese (Traditional)|
|Journal||體育學報 ＝ Bulletin of Physical Education (TSSCI)|
|Publication status||Published - 2013 Dec 1|