A Survey of Senior Students' Prospective and Reflective Ability
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the background attributes of senior citizens in the Central District of Taiwan, the influence of senior students' forward-looking ability and reflective ability on their physical and mental health. This study adopted a questionnaire survey method. The senior students of the district's senior age learning activities have a total of 400 valid samples. Data processing and analysis are carried out through descriptive statistics, t-test, single-factor variation analysis, and Pearson statistical methods. The study found that: 1. Senior learners have a good sense of future forward-looking ability and future reflection ability; 2. Male, elderly, and highly educated are most likely to have forward-looking ability in the forward-looking ability of senior learners; In the reflective ability of senior learners, male, highly educated, over 60 years of age have a greater need for reflective ability; 4. The problem of senior hope has predictive power on the relationship of advanced anxiety. Finally, based on the results of this study, a number of relevant recommendations were made for senior students and follow-up researchers at the Senior Care Center in Central District of Taiwan.
Seniority, Forward-looking ability, Reflective ability