Table. 1.

The Behavior that Reduces Exposure to Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals according to General Characteristics (N=160)

Characteristics Categories n (%) or M±SD Behavior that reduce exposure to environmental hormone t or F p

M±SD
Gender Female 144 (90.0) 62.10±11.25 1.21 .226
Male 16 (10.0) 58.56±8.89
Age (year) ≤21 74 (46.3) 62.25±11.35 1.17 .312
22~23 67 (41.9) 60.40±10.53
≥24 19 (11.9) 64.52±11.70
21.86±1.47
People living with Family 130 (81.3) 60.75±10.72 3.03 .051
Friend 21 (13.1) 65.33±11.97
Others 9 (5.6) 67.77±11.55)
Recognition about environmental hormone Yes 92 (57.5) 61.01±10.67 -0.98 .328
No 68 (42.5) 62.75±11.59
Experience of education about environmental hormone Yes 50 (31.3) 65.50±9.84 2.95 .004
No 110 (68.8) 60.04±11.21
The degree of an educational need for environmental hormone Yes 145 (90.6) 61.67±11.06 -0.26 .793
No 15 (9.4) 62.46±11.48)
Korean J Occup Health Nurs 2019;28:285~292 https://doi.org/10.5807/kjohn.2019.28.4.285
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