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Author Tzu-han Chiu
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Department Bioengineering
Year 2013 Semester 2
Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 116
Title THE RESEARCH OF THE PARENTS OF SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS WITH THE COGNITION DEGREE OF THE DIET IMPACT ON ATTENTION AND THE DIET COORDINATION DEGREE-TAKE THE MATTER OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL.
Keyword
  • dietetic treatment
  • attention
  • attention
  • dietetic treatment
  • Abstract According to the researcher’s observations in the teaching field, many students with attention problems do not receive medical treatment because their parents are worrying about the side effects of drugs. But these students are have poor learning tendencies because they cannot concentrate.Therefore, the researcher use the current rise of foreign researches “dietetic treatment” as the theme to explore the parents of special education students with the cognition degree of the diet impact on attention and the diet coordination degree.
      Cognition Scale includes “cause attention problems foods” and “improve attention problems foods”. The results show the level of cognition varies with the background of “gender” and “level of education”. Females scored significantly higher than males. Highly educated scored significantly higher than the lower education level. Diet Coordination Scale includes “let the children try to avoid ingesting food which caused attention problems” and “try to make the children intake food which can improve attention problems”. The results show that diet coordination degree varies with the background of “City” and “the level of education”. The willingness of the parents who live in cities are significantly higher than the parents who do not live in cities. The willingness of the parents with lower education level is significantly lower.
      As the parents of high acceptance of dietetic treatment, we recommend for future researchers to explore more deeply for this issue. So, research of dietetic treatment and attention problems can be more complete.
    Advisor Committee
  • Ming-tse Lin - advisor
  • Files indicate in-campus access at 2 years and off-campus access at 5 years
    Date of Defense 2014-06-12 Date of Submission 2014-06-16


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