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論文名稱(中文) 用於調適性行動應用之跨理論模型運動介入設計準則
論文名稱(英文) The TTM-Matched exercise intervention design principles for adaptive mobile applications
校院名稱 成功大學
系所名稱(中) 工業設計學系
系所名稱(英) Department of Industrial Design
學年度 105
學期 1
出版年 106
研究生(中文) 張至誠
研究生(英文) Chih-Chen Chang
學號 P36031163
學位類別 碩士
語文別 英文
論文頁數 63頁
口試委員 指導教授-曾元琦
口試委員-王浩全
口試委員-莊佳蓉
口試委員-胡敏君
口試委員-李佳穎
中文關鍵字 跨理論模式  運動因素  調適性介入  設計策略  行動介面設計 
英文關鍵字 Transtheoretical Model  Exercise Reasons  Stage-Matched Intervention  Design Strategies  Mobile Interface Design 
學科別分類
中文摘要 長期的規律運動是保持健康的方法之一。但對許多人而言,運動習慣的建立並非一蹴可幾,而是一個需要持續進行、經歷不同階段的過程。過去的研究指出,基於行為改變理論所發展的調適性介入策略,能幫助人們持續進行運動。然而,大部分開發運動促進裝置或系統的開發者,由於未受到足夠的行為理論運用訓練,因此難以將相關理論直接轉化為具體的調適性設計。因此,本研究基於理論基礎與行為探討,提出設計師可以運用的調適性行動應用之設計準則。我們透過深度訪談、問卷調查等方法,探索可能影響研究參與者運動的原因。透過探索性因素分析,探討在跨理論模型(Transtheoretical Model, TTM)的不同行為改變階段中,主要影響研究參與者運動的因素。我們發現對於Contemplation 和Preparation的族群,主要影響的因素為運動成就的累積;對於Action 和 Maintenance的族群,主要影響的因素則為運動相關資訊的提醒。當開發調適性運動促進系統時,開發者可以應用本研究提供的設計準則,權衡各個行為改變階段中,優先應該呈現的運動促進資訊或功能為何。藉此描繪能依據使用者運動階段改變而調適的互動系統之設計藍圖。

英文摘要 Exercise regularly is one of the ways to keep healthy, but establishing exercise habits is not easy for most people. It is a process that requires sustainability and has to go through many stages. Research has shown that adaptive intervention strategy based on behavior change theory could support people to exercise regularly and maintain it. However, most developers of exercise promotion device or interactive system lack training of applying behavior change theories. Therefore, it is difficult to interpret behavior change theories and models into concrete adaptive design. In this study, we provide the design principles based on theories and behavior research. We explore people’s reasons of exercise through interview and online questionnaire. Exploratory factor analysis was conducted to explore the factors influencing participants in the different stages of behavioral change in a Transtheoretical Model (TTM). We found that the major factor is accumulations of exercise achievements in the Contemplation and Preparation group, and for the Action and Maintenance groups, the main influencing factor is motion-related information reminders.When developing adaptive exercise-promotion systems, developers can apply the results of this study to weigh the exercise-promoting information or functions that should be presented first in each behavioral change stage, thereby depicting a design blueprint of an interactive system that can be adapted in response to a change in user’s behavioral change stage.
論文目次 TABLE OF CONTENTS

ABSTRACT IN CHINESE i
ABSTRACT ii
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS iii
TABLE OF CONTENTS iv
LIST OF TABLES vi
LIST OF FIGURES vii
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1
1.1 Background 1
1.2 Research Motivations 3
1.3 Research Purpose 3
1.4 Research Framework 4
CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 5
2.1 The Exercise Study of Office Workers 5
2.1.1 The Current Exercising Status of Office Workers 5
2.1.2 The Lack of Exercise and Its Impact on Office Workers 6
2.2 Establishing Exercise Habits 6
2.2.1 How to Establish Exercise Habits 6
2.2.2 The Process of Exercise Habit Forming 9
2.2.3 Brief Summary 10
2.3 Adaptive Design Strategy 11
2.3.1 The Value of Adaptive Design 11
2.3.2 Adaptive Health Strategy Promotion's Application in Technology 11
CHAPTER 3 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 13
3.1 Interview 13
3.1.1 Participants 13
3.1.2 Outline 15
3.1.3 The Exercise Factors from Interview 16
3.2 Questionnaire 18
3.2.1 Expert Validity Analysis 19
3.2.2 Item Analysis 19
3.2.3 Reliability Analysis 19
3.2.4 The Online Formal Questionnaire 20
3.2.5 Questionnaire analysis 20
CHAPTER 4 RESULTS 22
4.1 Descriptive Statistical Analysis 22
4.2 Exercise Factors 22
4.3 The Consent Value of Exercise Factors 26
CHAPTER 5 Structure of Adaptive Function 33
5.1 Precontemplation 33
5.2 Contemplation 35
5.3 Preparation 36
5.4 Action & Maintenance 37
CHAPTER 6 DISCUSSION 40
6.1 The TTM Stages of Behavioral Change and Design Strategy 40
6.2 Structural Presentation of Adaptive Function 44
6.3 Research Contributions 47
6.4 Reflection 47
CHAPTER 7 CONCLUSIONS AND SUGGESTIONS 49
7.1 Conclusions 49
7.2 Recommendations 49
REFERENCES 50
Appendix A THE RESULTS OF FACTOR ANALYSIS 53
Appendix B FORMAL QUESTIONNAIRE 57

LIST OF TABLES
Table 3.1 Participants with exercise habit 14
Table 3.2 Participants without exercise habit 15
Table 3.3 Interview outline for participants with exercise habit 16
Table 3.4 Interview outline for participants without exercise habit 16
Table 3.5 Categories of influential factors of exercising 18
Table 3.6 Categorize of Exercise reasons 21
Table 4.1 Descriptive statistical analysis 22
Table 4.2 The results of factor analysis 24
Table 4.3 Sorting exercise factors with average 27
Table 4.4 The questionnaire result of Precontemplation 28
Table 4.5 The questionnaire result of Contemplation 29
Table 4.6 The questionnaire result of Preparation 30
Table 4.7 The questionnaire result of Action 31
Table 4.8 The questionnaire result of Maintenance 32
Table 6.1 Average value of exercise factor in Precontemplation 40
Table 6.2 Average value of exercise factor in Contemplation 41
Table 6.3 Average value of exercise factor in Preparation 42
Table 6.4 Average value of exercise factor in Action 43
Table 6.5 Average value of exercise factor in Maintenance 44


LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 2.1 The structure of TPB 7
Figure 2.2 Fogg behavioral model 8
Figure 2.3 The Hook canvas 9
Figure 5.1 Structure of Adaptive Function in Precontemplation 34
Figure 5.2 Structure of Adaptive Function in Contemplation 36
Figure 5.3 Structure of Adaptive Function in Preparation 37
Figure 5.4 Structure of Adaptive Function in Action 39
Figure 6.1 The design principle for TTM matched exercise intervention strategy 46


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