Final Examination Psch.

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Dr. Gabriele Jones UMUC Final Exam, PSYC 353 MULTIPLE CHOICE ANSWER SHEET Student’s Name: Please insert your LETTER answer for each, below question number. 1.A 21.A 41.D 61.A 2.A 22.C 42.B 62.B 3.D 23.D 43.C 63.C 4.D 24.D 44.C 64.B 5.B 25.C 45.B 65.A 6.A 26.A 46.A 66.B 7.C 27.C 47.C 67.A 8.C 28.B 48.A 68.A 9.D 29.C 49.D 69.C 10.C 30.A 50.C 70.C 11.A 31.A 51.C 71.A 12.B 32.A 52.D 72.B 13.A 33.A 53.B 73.D 14.A 34.B 54.C 74.D 15.C 35.C 55.D 75.B 16.C 36.A 56.C 76.A 17.B 37.C 57.D 77.B 18.A 38.C 58.A 78.D 19.D 39.A 59.C 79.D 20.D 40.A 60.D 80.D Page 2
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Dr. Gabriele Jones UMUC Final Exam, PSYC 353 81.) Treatment of anorexia vary. Cognitive -Behavioral Therapy includes standard elements of behavioral treatment with a focus on identifying and altering dysfunctional thought patterns, attitudes and beliefs, which may trigger and perpetuate binge behavior or restrictive eating. Family Therapy: There is no one unified form of family therapy. The goal of the family therapist is to help members of the family change behaviors that may have contributed to the development of some of the anorexic thoughts and activities. Many medications have been tried in treating anorexia nervosa. It is generally agreed that medication alone is not effective. Because depression and other emotional problems are often a result of starvation, it is best to focus on weight gain rather than medication. About 75% of people with anorexia nervosa continue to show improvement after initial treatment . About 45% of these people have an excellent outcome. Another 30% experience considerable improvement. About 20% of those receiving treatment remain seriously impaired. Between 2% and 10% die because of the disorder. Deaths are usually related to complications of starvation or suicide. However, death rates appear to be decreasing due to improved treatments. 82.)
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2011 for the course PSYC 353 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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