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|Applying the health consciousness model to quality-of-life satisfaction
|Chor Chan Vannak
Physical Health Orientation
Mental Health Orientation
|This independent study examines the relationship between the dimensions of health consciousness on life satisfaction/improvement. Eight dimensions of health consciousness are explored as independent variables, and their impact on life satisfaction is assessed. After a series of statistical analysis, only 5 out of 8 became the refined model for health consciousness scale within this study. The sample consists of respondents who completed a questionnaire measuring health consciousness and life satisfaction. Regression analysis reveals that physical health orientation (PHO) and mental health orientation (MHO) significantly predict life satisfaction. Gender differences in health consciousness are observed, with males showing higher levels of health consciousness. However, there are no significant gender differences in life satisfaction. The findings emphasize the importance of incorporating innovative approaches in promoting health-conscious behaviors and enhancing overall well-being. Future research should address limitations in sample size, explore additional demographic variables, and further integrate innovation into health-related studies. This study contributes to understanding the relationship between health consciousness, life satisfaction, and the implications of innovation in that relationship for various stakeholders.
|Independent Study (M.M.)--Business Innovation, Graduate School, Bangkok University, 2022
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