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Psy1 Introductory Psychology Prof. Stuart Anstis PhD TODAY: TODAY: FOOD FOOD SEX SEX Denise Cai MA Shiloh Krieger MA
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Relative drive strengths
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To eat or not to eat Fig. 6.4
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After lesion to hypothalamus, weight regulation goes awry
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Schachter’s studies on OBESE people 1. “Vanilla bitters” ice cream
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Schachter’s studies on OBESE people 2. Nuts: in-shell or already-shelled: obese people won’t WORK for food 3. Clock’s hands set forward: obese people eat more snacks (EXTERNAL cues)
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Cultural factors in appeal of food
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Cultural factors in weight set point
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Weight and Beauty
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Picture 2 current men actual think men want ideal
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Picture 2 current
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Picture 2 current think
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Picture 2 current think ideal actual women
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Anorexics believe they are overweight Christy Henrich, Olympic gymnast, 11 months before her death in 1993. 22 years old, 4’ 10”, 60 pounds
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Comments from a student: Anorexic people are not always very thin. They come in all shapes and sizes: thin, average, and even overweight Too often are the "normal"-sized people ignored. These people then assume that because no one notices them suffering that they are fine, and continue engaging in their eating disorder behaviors.
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And now, a Video.
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Sex why are we so interested in it?
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Copyright © 1993, The National Gallery, London
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Copyright © 1993, The National Gallery, London
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Physical Attractiveness Large eyes Small nose Small chin Prominent cheekbones Narrow cheeks High eyebrows Big Smile Cuningham, 1986 - Male ratings of female photos
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Physical Attractiveness Large eyes Prominent Cheekbones Large Chin Big Smile Cunningham, Barbee & Pine, 1995 - Female ratings of male photos
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