Residents’ Veggies and Fruits Behavior around Remote Areas in Taiwan
The results analyzed by structured equation modeling (SEM) revealed that residents’ attitudes towards veggies and fruits have no influence on behavior. It is concluded from the research results that residents’ scores in attitudes in Guanyin township account for 43.4% composition of total and scores in behavior constitute 30.0% of total. It is thus advised that futuristic research concerning changing personal diet attitude and behavior shall take longer period of time.
Keywordsveggies and fruits behavior remote areas
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