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Influence of Stress on Eating Attitude in Nursing Students: Focused on Appearance Stress, Job-seeking Stress, and College Life Stress

한국학교보건학회지 2020년 33권 3호 p.175 ~ 183
황주희, 박현주,
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황주희 ( Hwang Ju-Hee ) - Kyungdong University Department of Nursing
박현주 ( Park Hyun-Ju ) - Kangwon National University College of Nursing

Abstract


Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of appearance stress, job-seeking stress, and college life stress on eating attitude in nursing students.

Methods: Data were collected in September and October of 2017. A total of 153 fourth-year nursing students were included in the analysis. Descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA, correlation and multiple regression analysis were conducted using SAS 9.2.

Results: The mean score for eating attitude was 2.71±0.56. From the univariate analysis, appearance, job-seeking, and college life stress scores were all significantly related to eating attitude (r=.26, .35, .30 respectively, and p for all <.001). After controlling for covariates, job-seeking stress and college life stress were significantly related to eating attitude (β=.20 and 0.17 respectively, and p=.005 and .024 respectively). Among the covariates, experience of diet and physical anxiety were significantly associated with eating behavior (β=.33 and .24 respectively, and p<.001 and .008 respectively).

Conclusion: Job-seeking stress had the biggest influence on eating attitude, followed by college life stress. Therefore, in order to promote healthy eating attitudes in fourth-year nursing students, preventive measures focusing on decreasing job-seeking stress should be considered as a top priority.

키워드

Eating attitude; Appearance stress; Job-seeking stress; College life stress; Nursing students

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