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사후장기제공 찬성대학생, 사후장기등록자 및 신장공여자 집단의 심리적 특성

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Psychological Characteristics of agreed students toward organ donation, potential donors who signed donor cards and kidney donors
Abstract
This study is composed of three sections :

First, questionnaires were administered to 350 university student to investigate attitudes related to organ donation. Three groups(agreed(15.4%, N=54), undecided(76%, N=266), opposed(8.6%, N=30)) were identified.

Second, the subjects were composed of 30 students who agreed for organ donation with 30 disagreed students for organ donation and those subjects were administered cognition toward health, anticipatory pain for operation, anticipatory discomfort for operation, Beck Depression Inventory (BDI), Hostility scale, social desirability scale, altruism scale, internal-external control scale, self-esteem scale, death anxiety scale, psychological well-being scale, life satisfaction and affect scale. In comparing difference between the agreed and the disagreed for organ donation, the agreed group exhibited higher scores on social desirability, altruism, psychological well-being than the disagreed group. On the contrary, there were significantly higher scores on anticipatory discomfort for operation and negative affect on the disagreed organ donation group than the a greed group. These results indicated that the agreed group for organ donation was more similar to the real organ donation group than the disagreed group.

Third, the subjects were composed of 30 kidney donors, 30 kidney donors, 30 potential donors who signed donor cards and 30 agreed student group for organ donation. In comparing among three groups, kidney donor group showed the highest scores on cognition toward health and life satisfaction variables. Consummated kidney donor and potential donor group showed higher scores on internal control, psychological well-being and positive affect variables than the agreed student group. But on social desirability, self-esteem and affect balance, there was no significant difference among three groups.

These results suggested that significant factor in willingness to donate were influenced by social desirability, altruism and self-esteem.
This study is composed of three sections :

First, questionnaires were administered to 350 university student to investigate attitudes related to organ donation. Three groups(agreed(15.4%, N=54), undecided(76%, N=266), opposed(8.6%, N=30)) were identified.

Second, the subjects were composed of 30 students who agreed for organ donation with 30 disagreed students for organ donation and those subjects were administered cognition toward health, anticipatory pain for operation, anticipatory discomfort for operation, Beck Depression Inventory (BDI), Hostility scale, social desirability scale, altruism scale, internal-external control scale, self-esteem scale, death anxiety scale, psychological well-being scale, life satisfaction and affect scale. In comparing difference between the agreed and the disagreed for organ donation, the agreed group exhibited higher scores on social desirability, altruism, psychological well-being than the disagreed group. On the contrary, there were significantly higher scores on anticipatory discomfort for operation and negative affect on the disagreed organ donation group than the a greed group. These results indicated that the agreed group for organ donation was more similar to the real organ donation group than the disagreed group.

Third, the subjects were composed of 30 kidney donors, 30 kidney donors, 30 potential donors who signed donor cards and 30 agreed student group for organ donation. In comparing among three groups, kidney donor group showed the highest scores on cognition toward health and life satisfaction variables. Consummated kidney donor and potential donor group showed higher scores on internal control, psychological well-being and positive affect variables than the agreed student group. But on social desirability, self-esteem and affect balance, there was no significant difference among three groups.

These results suggested that significant factor in willingness to donate were influenced by social desirability, altruism and self-esteem.
Author(s)
김창윤한오수이철박인호한덕종유희정김헌수
Issued Date
1994
Type
Research Laboratory
URI
https://oak.ulsan.ac.kr/handle/2021.oak/5256
http://ulsan.dcollection.net/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000002024263
Alternative Author(s)
KIm,Chang-YoonHan,Oh-SuLee,ChulPark,In-HoHan,Duck-JongYoo,Hee-Jung
Publisher
울산의대학술지
Language
kor
Rights
울산대학교 저작물은 저작권에 의해 보호받습니다.
Citation Volume
3
Citation Number
2
Citation Start Page
52
Citation End Page
60
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