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論文名稱(中文) 慢跑鞋功能評估測試對使用者功能知覺的影響
論文名稱(英文) The influence of the testing for running shoes on the functional perception of the users
校院名稱 成功大學
系所名稱(中) 體育健康與休閒研究所
系所名稱(英) Institute of Physical Education, Health & Leisure Studies
學年度 100
學期 2
出版年 101
研究生(中文) 陳沂萱
研究生(英文) Yi-Hsuan Chen
學號 RB6981075
學位類別 碩士
語文別 中文
論文頁數 67頁
口試委員 指導教授-邱宏達
口試委員-鄭匡佑
口試委員-涂瑞洪
口試委員-劉于詮
中文關鍵字 舒適度 
英文關鍵字 comfort 
學科別分類
中文摘要 在挑選鞋子的過程當中,舒適度是非常重要的決定因素之一,但是從過去的研究也顯示出要挑選到一雙最合適自己的鞋子其實是很不容易的,影響舒適度的原因很複雜,例如:鞋子長度、寬度、鞋底硬度等等,若有其中一個環節不合適可能就會讓使用者產生不適感,過去的研究通常著重於受試者對運動鞋某一項特性之反應傾向,而本研究想藉由不同的介入來探討受試者的功能性知覺是否會因為在不同的情境下而產生變化;例如:在不同受測鞋數量下、加入生物力學測試時以及受測鞋外觀及品牌對受試者的影響。
本研究在兩個實驗中分別徵召30位有運動習慣之男性,並且近半年來沒有下肢之傷害,以one way ANOVA做統計分析。結果發現雖然只有在部分情況下有達顯著差異,但可觀察到當受測鞋數量為3雙時,大部分受測者對受測鞋有最佳之評分;而當受測鞋數量增加至5雙時,反而會對受測者的功能性知覺產生影響,造成其無法正確判斷出鞋子之特性;在生物力學測試方面可以看到約有一半的受測者會因為從事測試而提升其對受測鞋得評分,然而也有受試者會因為測試而造成評分下降;外觀及品牌也會提升大部分受試者對於運動鞋的評分,因此本研究建議購買者在試穿鞋子時,盡量避免試穿過多鞋子以免造成知覺混亂,而對於鞋商而言,維持及提升品牌之形象是非常重要的,另外在銷售的過程中也可適當加入生物力學測試以期達到提升購買者購買欲之結果。
英文摘要 Comfort is one of the most important reasons, when you choose your own shoes. According to recent researches, we know that it is really difficult to get a pair of right/perfect shoe. Comfort is affected by lots of factors, for example, the length of shoes, the width of the shoes and the hardness of the midsole. If there is any wrong part of shoe, it would make the wearers feel uncomfortable. Most of the recent researches are about that how people react on some characteristics of shoes. This study aim to discover what would influences users’ functional perception. Two parts of experiments are included. First experiment is trying to discover the effects of different amount of shoes, and second one is the effect of functional testing and the brands and appearance of shoes.
30 males without lower extremity injuries in past 6 months were recruited. One way ANOVA was used to determine the differences between different situations. When the amount of testing shoes is three pairs, there would be the highest score of all of the testing shoes. The subjects would get confused about the characteristics of shoes when the amount of testing shoes is five, which means the users couldn’t make correct estimation. More than 50% of subjects would give shoes a higher score after the functional testing and seeing the brands and appearance of shoes. The suggestions of this study are:1. Never trying more than five shoes when buying shoes. 2. Functional testing may be a good way for the seller to market their shoes. 3.Aavoiding the differences of the brands and appearances is important for the researches of testing the characteristics of shoes in the future
論文目次 目錄
第壹章 緒 論 1
第一節、研究背景 1
第二節、研究目的 2
第三節、研究假設 2
第四節、名詞操作性定義 3
第五節、研究的重要性 3
第貳章 文獻探討 5
第一節、舒適度 5
第二節、視覺量表(VISUAL ANALYSIS SCALE) 8
第三節、個體對鞋子的反應 8
第四節、總結 10
第参章 實驗一 11
第一節、研究方法 11
一、受試者 11
二、實驗儀器及設備 11
三、實驗設計 15
四、實驗設置 15
五、資料處理與分析 16
第二節、實驗結果 17
一、運動鞋撞擊測試 17
二、舒適度評估 17
第三節、討論 23
第四節、總結 28
第肆章 實驗二 29
第一節、研究方法 29
一、受試者 29
二、實驗儀器及設備 29
三、實驗設計 32
四、實驗設置 32
五、資料處理與分析 33
第二節、實驗結果 34
一、舒適度評估問卷分析結果 34
二、吸震能力、穩定性及舒適度之間的相關性探討 37
三、運動型罐問卷調查結果 37
第三節、討論 41
一、生物力學測試之影響 41
二、品牌及外觀所造成之影響 45
第四節、總結 47
第伍章 結論 48
參考文獻 49
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