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系統識別號 U0026-2908201623524000
論文名稱(中文) 負重鞋之偏好測試
論文名稱(英文) Preference Test of the Weighted Shoes
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 104
學期 2
出版年 105
研究生(中文) 林宏勳
研究生(英文) Hung-Hsun Lin
電子信箱 hanklin112@gmail.com
學號 RB6031082
學位類別 碩士
語文別 中文
論文頁數 101頁
口試委員 指導教授-邱宏達
召集委員-相子元
口試委員-蔡一如
口試委員-鄭匡佑
中文關鍵字 負重鞋  偏好測試  信度  重量認知 
英文關鍵字 weighted shoes  preference test  reliability  weight perception 
學科別分類
中文摘要 本研究使用成對偏好測試法(Paired Preference Test)研究系統性變化的負重鞋,並探討穿鞋者對負重鞋系統性重心位置變化的舒適度之評估,並測量重複量測的信度。實驗分成兩個部分,實驗一測量重複量測的信度,招募40位受試者男女各半,以成對偏好測試法從五雙負重鞋款選出最偏好一款,並於一週後再完成一次相同實驗;實驗二增加受試者總人數,探討男女性別是否影響偏好負重鞋款,招募60位受試者男女各半,以成對偏好測試法從五雙負重鞋款選出最偏好一款。研究結果顯示,性別並不會影響負重鞋的偏好(X_((4))^2=2.4, p=.661),大部分的受試者偏好重心位置靠後側的負重鞋(X_((4))^2=74.7, p<.001)。在四次的比較中,男性認為重心偏後的的受測鞋比較輕(X_((6))^2=10.79,p=.095);女性在重心位置差異20%以內會認為重量一致(X_((6))^2=35.47,p<.01)。成對偏好測試法的組內相關係數高(ICC>0.8),因此若所要評估的鞋子其特性是單一因子系統性變化,如本研究中負重鞋重心位置改變,則成對偏好測試是一種快速且信賴度高的舒適度評估方式。本研究結果未來可應用在相關的製鞋工業,例如負重鞋、復健鞋、智慧鞋等,特別是要在鞋子上加重時,如競技運動專項訓練用、或是附加機械或電子原件以提昇鞋子功能等,則可考量將附加原件或重量集中在鞋子後端。
英文摘要 This study focused on systematic changes weighted shoes by paired preference test for the weighted shoes. The purpose of this study was to examine the test-retest reliability of paired preference test for the weighted shoes, find the gender influence on preference of the weighted shoes and find participants’ weight perception with different weighted shoes. One hundred participants were recruited and instructed to put on the weighted shoes and choose the preferred one after completing four paired comparisons. Forty participants were invited to repeat the same procedure one week after the first session. Rest of them were asked to have one session. The results in first session showed that thirty-two (80%) out of the forty participants preferred Shoe D or E, which centre of mass was close to the rear end of the shoe. The greater intra-class correlation coefficient (ICC=0.81) represents the perfect test-retest reliability of the paired preference test. There are no significant differences between genders. Most of the participants prefer weighted shoes which centre of mass was close to rear ends. Female could identify the shoes weight when two shoes which centre of mass was nearly twenty percent. The test protocol designed in this study could apparently reduce the numbers of the paired comparison under the characteristic of the testing shoe varied systematically, for example the weighted shoes used in this study and results of the weighted shoe preference test could be applied to athlete training or rehabilitation shoe design to be comfortable for the users.
論文目次 表目錄 XI
圖目錄 XII
壹、緒論 1
一、問題背景 1
二、穿鞋舒適度 2
三、鞋子重量辨識能力 4
四、研究目的 5
貳、研究方法 6
一、受試者 6
二、受測鞋 6
三、重心位置測量 8
四、儀器設備及實驗步驟 9
五、資料分析 12
参、結果 13
一、負重鞋的重心位置 13
二、負重鞋成對偏好測試 14
三、 成對偏好測試之再測信度 17
四、不同重心位置之重量判斷 18
肆、討論 21
伍、結論 25
參考文獻 26
附錄 32
附錄表一 受試者基本資料 32
附錄表二、受試者之基本資料摘要表 (平均值±標準差) 37
附錄表三、實驗鞋重心位置 38
附錄表四、受試者口述記錄 40
附錄資料一 99
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