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    Title: In-line Skates Experience Physiological Signals and Experiment Questionnaire Survey
    Authors: Lin, Hsien-Feng
    Contributors: 休閒與遊憩管理學系碩士在職專班
    Keywords: viewing experience;to participate in the experience;willingness to participate;physiological signals;in-lineskates
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2016-09-08 10:07:50 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: Abstract
    Graduate Student:Hsien- Feng Lin Advisor: Li-Shiue Gau,Ph.d.
    "In-line skates" is considered by everyone in Taiwan as a familiar sport, that is you either have seen or have heard of it. People have been promoting in-line skates for years in the country. Our athletes as national representatives won prizes and medals every now and then.
    In-line skates have become increasingly accepted by people of the moment, the study participants for experiments hoping to find subjective (questionnaire filled) and objective (physiological signal) Relevance and the difference data, and compare the experiences in watching the film and participation willingness. In this study, the questionnaire is divided into four parts, the first part is to assess the experience of participation, and the second part of the professional level, and the third part is to assess the viewing experience,and the forth is to assess the willingness .We invite 85 university students from central Taiwan and 1 graduate student attend this research. The questionnaire and physiological signal (brian wave, heartbeat and eyetech) data were analysized to provide information for future study and to give certain precise guidelines for promoting in-line skates and relating sport events.
    Both objective and subjective physiological signal analysis showed study participants have positive responses after seeing the film and then filling out questionnaires. Even though in-line skates is a health promoting sport, encouragement does not mean efficiency. Viewing experience may enhance the willingness to participate in the sport. Providing more opportunities for students to watch in-line skates may contribute to promote skates activities.
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