body image & eating disorders
which of the following is true for body image
a person's perception, thoughts & feelings relating to their physical appearance
what are the subtypes of anorexia nervosa?
restricting & binge-purge
when do esting disorders typically first occur?
in adolescence & young adulthood
which of the following does not increase the risk of developing an eating disorder
what is not a social/cultural influence om body image?
anxiousness around food
which is not a dsm-5 criteria for anorexia nervosa
people with anorexia nervosa experience recurrent compensatory behaviour to prevent weight gain
which is not a psychogical symptom of anorexia nervosa
which is not a physiological symptom of bulimia nervosa
what is the difference between binge eating & bulimia nervosa?
bulimia involves purging while binge eating does not
what is the difference between anorexia nervosa & bulimia nervosa?
bulimia nervosa does not entail losing a tremendous amount of weight
which cognitive-behavioural factor contribute to eating disorders
what is anorexia nervosa not commonly comorbid with?
which of the following a symptom of bulimia nervosa
acid damage to the esophagus
body image is harder to maintain during adolescent years because
the body goes through puberty
a physiological side effect of anorexia nervosa is
amenorrhea - loss or irregularity of menstrual period
a result of distorted body image in anorexics can be observed by
critical evaluation of body areas such as stomach and buttocks
Sybil is a teenager who weighs 100 pounds and has an intense fear of gaining weight, even though girls her age and height should weigh around 110 pounds. she diets and exercises frequently, and has purged after eating by using laxatives. she has not menstruated in the past three months
Sybil is likely suffering from
a diagnosis cannot be made because the criteria have not been satisfied
an individual with abnormal cognitions about shape, weight and self-worth, but normal body weight, and who binge eats, diets and purges is most likely to be diagnosed with
for a diagnosis of anorexia nervosa to be made, the individual must demonstrate
all of the above
Diana is concerned about her physical appearance. she constantly thinks that her body is the wrong shape and size, despite having had cosmetic surgery
Diana is displaying signs of
body dysmorphic disorder
currently, the most evidence-based treatment for anorexia nervosa is
which hormone is not typically affected by having an eating disorder
professional treatment for an eating disorder includes all of the following except