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PSYC 134 – Eating Disorders LECTURE 1 – 1/6/09 Prof Amanda Roberts Book questions = separate material, unique to book, not to reinforce the lecture  material READ first 4 chapters of Adonis LECTURE 2 – 1/8/09  Cultural perspectives on body image THE EATING DISORDERS DSM 4 o Anorexia Nervosa (AN) o Bulimia Nervosa (BN) o Eating disorders not otherwise specified (EDNOS) Binge eating disorder Sub-threshold AN & BN These are the three main diagnoses But what about…? o Dieting, overeating, fast food addiction, obsessive thoughts about  food/eating, guilt after eating, thoughts about amount of exercise to  compensate for food, emotional eating, diet and weight related pathology WHAT IS NON-DISORDER EATING?   Diagram for Disorder
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BODY IMAGE Subjective experiences about one’s physical appearance o How you feel about how you look Eating disorders and body image o Disturbance in perception  of body shape and weight  Body size distortion (think you are a different size than you are),  body dissatisfaction o Self-evaluation overly  affected    by body shape and weight body image investment Measurement of Body image: body distortion o Body-part size estimation
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