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This research is a survey research and cross-sectional study aims to study the situation and Factors Related to Cancer Prevention Behaviors of People in Community, Samrong Sub-district, Phra Pradaeng District, Samut Prakarn Province Random the sample size is 377. The instrument used is a questionnaire that has been validated by 3 experts. All Index of item Objective Congruence (IOC) is between 0.67 - 1.00 of the questionnaire. There is a confidence value of the questionnaire. Cues to Action, The Motivation to Prevent Disease questionnaire and Cancer Prevention Behavior questionnaire were 0.78, 0.71, 0.70 and 0.80 respectively. For Data analyzed using frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation. Relationship analyzed between Cues to Action with Cancer Prevention Behavior and The Motivation to Prevent Disease with Cancer Prevention Behavior by Pearson Correlation Coefficient statistics.
The results showed that people in Samrong Subdistrict Community 1) Total Cancer Prevention Behavior at a moderate level ( = 3.31, SD = 0.43) 2) Cues to Action at a moderate level ( = 3.45, SD = 0.36) 3) The Motivation to Prevent Disease at a high level ( = 3.65, SD = 0.49). 4) Cues to Action and The Motivation to Prevent Disease were positively correlated with Cancer Prevention Behavior (r = .17, p = <.01 and r = .18, p = <.01 respectively
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