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The Effect of Physical Self-concept according to BMI of the Female College Students, Who are Majoring Dance, on the Psychological Well-being

Kim, Mi-Jung 1 Jeon Soon Hee 1

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ABSTRACT

The research was conducted to investigate what Physical self-concept according to BMI of the female college students, who are majoring dance, influence on the psychological well-being. It multi dimensionally analyzed relationship of each variable, identified what the actual body type according BMI influences on Physical self-concept and the low rank factor of the psychological well-being. the female dancers, who are at the University in the Seoul and Gueonggi-do, and extracted samples using stratified cluster random sampling. The survey research was conducted to Korean dance, modern dance and ballet female dancer at the dancing department of 5 Universities in Seoul. It conducted of 367 students and distribution of department is composed of 173 Korean dance, 118 modern dance and 76 ballet. Criterions used in the research were identified using suitability by many researchers but reexamined the reliability and the validity through the factor analysis. We could get such conclusion carrying out Correlation Analysis, multiple regression analysis which used the statistical software SPSS 18.0 with the data processing. 1. There is a multi-dimensional significant correlation between Physical self-concept of the female college students, who are majoring dance, and the psychological well-being. 2. There is a significant influence between Physical self-concept according to BMI, the actual body classification of the female college students, who are majoring dance, and the psychological well-being.

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