# Siritorn Yingrengreung's research while affiliated with Boromarajonani College of Nursing and other places

## Publications (12)

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Alcohol consumption among soldiers impairs health status, performance, and increases the risks of injuries and violence. This study examined drinking behaviors, health problems, and violence among enlisted soldiers at Adisorn military unit in Saraburi, Thailand. Data collection using self-reported questionnaires were distributed to 256 enlisted mal...
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Patients with lung cancer have the poorest sleep quality compared with other patients with cancer and noncancer control subjects. However, few studies have examined sleep longitudinally. The objective of this study was to characterize and correlate sleep quality, daytime sleepiness, sleep-wake actigraphy, and quality of life (QOL) before, during, a...
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This study investigated media use behavior of nursing students enrolled in Nursing Colleges under Thailand Ministry of Public Health. Participants consisted of 3,574 undergraduate nursing students, 1st–4th year, from 19 colleges randomly selected across regions. Data collection was conducted through online survey in April — May 2014. Female partici...
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This descriptive study evaluated the satisfaction in daily life of Thai people according to participants' socioeconomic characteristics. The accidental sample included 676 Thai people aged 20 and older who lived in Bangkok and urban Saraburi. The satisfaction in daily life questionnaire (${\alpha}=0.86$) was used to collect data. The ranking for ea...
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Young people experienced with alcohol marketing and advertisement were found drinking at a higher level. This study explores how variables describe in the elaboration likelihood model affect drinking intention among Thai high school students. Participants were national representatives of 510 high school students from 11 provinces across Thailand. T...
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Aside from political leaders' popularity rates and the stock exchange index of business firms, ordinary people are highly interested in aspects of daily life, such as housing, income, health, family, food, human relations and work. Cross-national opinion polls on daily-life satisfaction were carried out in Japan, South Korea, Thailand, Hong Kong, M...
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This study explored effects of family, school, and marketing communications on alcohol use and intention to drink of Thai students. We conducted a survey in which 5,184 students participated. Respondents were selected randomly from school districts throughout Thailand. In this survey we measured the exposure to, reception of, and perceptions concer...
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Alcohol expectancies often found cited as factor related to underage drinking. This study developed and evaluated psychometric properties of the 31-item Thai Adolescent Alcohol Expectancies Questionnaire (TA-AEQ). The first draft comprised of 52 items from literature reviews and four focus groups conducted on 49 Thai students. Content validation by...

## Citations

... 7,8 The younger section of the population, especially students, regularly use smartphones to interact on social networks, such as Facebook. [9][10][11] It has been demonstrated that using social networks can be a useful approach in research and can strengthen disease prevention interventions and health promotion programs for control of weight and obesity. 12 Mobile health education (MHE) is a simple means of supporting interactions with an individual and represents a costeffective intervention approach. ...
... Health and environment have led Inoguchi (2014b) to examine 10 Association of South-East Asian Nations member countries. Inoguchi et al., (2014) covers 12 Asian societies on the degree of satisfaction with health, environment, income, family, housing, workplace, and food, taking advantage of the Asian Network for Public Opinion Research, a network association of Asian pollsters. ...
... The correlation between quality of life and sleep quality of NSCLC patients was analyzed in several studies [10,40,41]. In these studies, small samples of patients with stage II, III or IV lung cancer were recruited. ...
... The outcome was measured in 19 of 28 included studies. Overall, 10 studies [45][46][47][48][49][50][51][52][53][54] described an overall significant correlation and/or association between alcohol exposure in household and a higher prevalence and/or severity of childhood behavioural problems/disorders. Six papers showed mixed results [55][56][57][58][59][60], whereas three papers [61][62][63] did not demonstrate any significant correlation and/or association. ...