Impact of Physical Activity Participation on Physical Health and Psychological Well Being Among Chinese College Students
This study aimed to investigate levels of physical activity participation influenced the quality of sleep, physical health, and psychological wellbeing among students in Fudan University. 2,000+ college students with varying years of college, ranging from first-year to senior will be recruited from Fudan University to voluntarily participate in this 2-year study. Data collection will take place in 2015 and 2016. At each time point, participants will complete three outcome measures including: Objectively-measured physical activity and sleep. Health Behavior Survey, and Personal Attributes Questionnaire. Data will be analyzed by means of descriptive statistics, multiple linear regression, and MANOVA methods.
This study funded by Joint Research Fund awarded by the Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan: $20,000