FSHN 120- Ch 13 Quiz - Chapter13QuizQuestions: 1.

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Chapter 13 Quiz Questions:   1. The slower basal metabolism that accompanies anorexia nervosa is caused by    Student Response Feedback A.  decreased synthesis of growth hormone.   B.  decreased synthesis of thyroid hormone.   C.  low intake of iron.   D.  hypoglycemia.   Score: 1/1    2. An effective nutritional counseling approach to bulimia involves all the following  except     Student Response Feedback A.  a daily meal plan.   B.  keeping a daily food diary.   C.  helping the person correct misconceptions about  food.   D.  suggesting that the person follow strict food  rules to control eating.   Score: 1/1 
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  3. Which characteristic is more indicative of bulimia than anorexia nervosa?    Student Response Feedback A.  Rigid, disciplined dieting   B.  Feeling a sense of power because of strict  discipline and self-denial   C.  Fluctuating weight   D.  Lack of menstruation   Score: 1/1      4. The semistarvation of anorexia nervosa results in all the following physiological changes  except     Student Response Feedback A.  dry, scaly, cold skin.   B.  lanugo hair.   C.  increased heart rate.   D.  iron-deficiency anemia.   Score: 1/1 
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FSHN 120- Ch 13 Quiz - Chapter13QuizQuestions: 1.

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