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《Chinese Journal of Sports Medicine》 2017-06
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The Relationship between Physical Activities and External Problem Behaviors of Adolescents:the Mediating Effect of Self-esteem

Zhang Guoli;Qiu Yue;Cao Mei;Sport Science College,Beijing Sport University;  
Objective To explore the impact of physical activities on adolescents' external problem behaviors and the mediating effect of self-esteem. Method The physical activity rating scale(PARS-3),Achenbach adolescent self rating scale,Rosenberg self-esteem scale and adolescent physical self-esteemscale were used to investigate 419 participants selected from middle school students in Beijing. Results Adolescents who participated in physical activities with moderate amount showed less external problembehaviors. Adolescents who participated in physical activities with large amount appeared to be of moreself-esteem. Both self-esteem and body-esteem showed partially mediating effects between physical activities and disciplinary offence. Conclusion Adolescents conducting moderate amount of physical activities can enhance their self-esteem,and ultimately reduce the incidence of their external problem behaiviors.
【Key Words】: physical activity external problem behaviors self-esteem adolescents
【Fund】: 中央高校基本科研业务费专项资金资助(编号:2016ZX018;2015YB005)
【CateGory Index】: G804.8
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