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비만아동을 위한 정서적 자기조절 프로그램의 개발 및 효과: 혼합방법론의 적용

Title
 비만아동을 위한 정서적 자기조절 프로그램의 개발 및 효과: 혼합방법론의 적용
Other Titles
 An Emotional Self-Regulation Program for Obese Children: Pilot Study Using Mixed Methods
Authors
 김희순; 마유미; 김승현; 박지영
Issue Date
2013
Journal Title
 Child Health Nursing Research
ISSN
 2287-9110
Citation
 Child Health Nursing Research, Vol.19(3) : 187~197, 2013
Abstract
Purpose The purpose of the study was to develop an emotional self-regulation program for obese children and to examine the program's effectiveness on depression, eating habits, and body mass index. Methods The emotional self-regulation program was developed from theory-based strategies and a pre-post pilot study was conducted with 46 children (19: intervention, 27: control). The program included 6 weekly group sessions over 2 months. The embedded experimental model of concurrent mixed methods was used to better understand research outcomes by converging both quantitative and qualitative data. Anthropometric measurements and surveys were performed before and after the intervention. Three focus group interviews were conducted with all participants after intervention to explore their experiences. Results The intervention group displayed decreased depression levels in the quantitative outcomes. The participants also expressed positive outcomes such as improvements in confidence, impulse management, intimacy, happiness, and losing weight. Conclusion These findings suggest that emotional self-regulation skills are crucial factors for obese children not only to manage their emotional problems but also to control their weight. Further research is needed with a larger sample size and randomized controlled trials.
URI
http://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/88368
DOI
10.4094/chnr.2013.19.3.187
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