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Sitt Getu-iam
Ruht Laohapakdee


The purpose of this research was to study the knowledge, attitude, and food consumption behavior of secondary school students in Bangkok. The method of conducting this research was a survey research. The tool used is divided into 4 parts: the general information questionnaire. Food Knowledge Quiz The food consumption attitude questionnaire and the total food consumption behavior questionnaire consisted of 64 questions. 500 high school students in Bangkok. The research results are as follows:

          1) Secondary school students in Bangkok had a moderate level of knowledge about food consumption.

          2) Secondary school students in Bangkok had good attitudes about food consumption.

          3) Secondary school students in Bangkok had moderate food consumption behavior.


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Getu-iam , S. ., & Laohapakdee, R. . (2023). KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND FOOD CONSUMPTION BEHAVIOR AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN BANGKOK. Journal of Sports Science and Health, 23(3), 119–132. Retrieved from
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