To study of the types and features of objective perceptions of health care behavior of middle aged women in the Middle East, using Q
Methodology. A total of 49 women were selected and questioned through a direct interview from October 1 to December 30, 2006, from which a
total of 35 Q-samples were obtained. The samples were analyzed with Principal Component Analysis and Weighted Rotational Analytical Procedure
(WRAP). Type I is health management, Type II is social activity, Type III is exercise orientation, and Type IV is religious orientation. This research was
about the objective perceptions about health care behavior of middle aged women in the Middle East, especially Jordan, compared with
researches undertaken in Korea. The result is to find a more effective way to direct health care behavior that could improve the conditions of health
management, promote health and raise the quality of life.