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Kim: The Effects of a Self-esteem and Smoking Cessation Self-efficiency Improvement Program on Smoking High School Students

Abstract

Purpose

The purpose of this study is to understand the effects of a program to improve self-esteem and smoking cessation self-efficiency on smoking high school students' self-esteem, smoking cessation self-efficiency, amount of smoking, cotinine in urine, and carbon monoxide while exhalation.

Methods

This research was conducted as a quasi-experimental pretest and posttest control and experimental group methodological comparison study. The subjects were 45 smoking high school students (Exp.=22, Cont.=23) in U City. Data were collected from October 19 to December 7, 2010, and analyzed using the SPSS/WIN 12.0 program by frequency, Mann-Whitney test, means, standard deviations, and Willcoxon signed rank test.

Results

After the treatment, those belonging to the experimental group showed significantly increased self-esteem and smoking cessation self-efficacy and also showed decreased amount of smoking, cotinine in urine, and carbon monoxide while exhalation compared to the control group.

Conclusion

The self-esteem and smoking cessation self-efficacy improvement program was effective in improving self-esteem and smoking cessation self-efficacy and in diminishing the amount of smoking, cotinine in urine and carbon monoxide while exhalation. Therefore, this program is recommended as a smoking cessation strategy for smoking adolescents.

Figures and Tables

Figure 1
Research design.
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Table 1
Content of Program on Self Esteem & Smoking Cessation Self Efficacy Promotion
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Table 2
Homogeneity Test of Characteristics (N=45)
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Table 3
Homogeneity Test of Dependent Variable between Experimental and Control Group (N=45)
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Table 4
Effect of Assessment Program on Dependent Variables between the Groups
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