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The Effects of Meridian Exercise on Anxiety, Depression, and Self-esteem of Female College Students in Korea

Kim, Kwuy Bun PhD, RN; Cohen, Susan M. DSN, APRN; Oh, Hye Kyung PhD, RN; Sok, Sohyune R. PhD, RN

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This study examined the effects of meridian exercise on anxiety, depression, and self-esteem of female college students in Korea. The effects of meridian exercise on anxiety, depression, and self-esteem were statistically significant (t = −7.982, P = .000; t = −8.814, P = .000; t = 9.649, P = .000) between the experimental and control group.

College of Nursing Science, Kyung Hee University, South Korea (Dr Kim); the School of Nursing, University of Pittsburgh, Pa (Ms Cohen and Dr Sok); and the Chunhae College, Ulsan, South Korea (Ms Oh).

Corresponding author: Sohyune R. Sok, PhD, RN, School of Nursing, University of Pittsburgh, 440 Victoria Bld, 458 A, 3500 Victoria St, Pittsburgh, PA 15261 (e-mail: 5977sok@hanmail.net).

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