ch4prac - 1. Conditions involving physical complaints or...

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1. Conditions involving physical complaints or disabilities occurring in the absence of any physical pathology that could account for them are a. hypochondriacal disorders. b. anxiety disorders. c. dissociative disorders. d. somatoform disorders. 2. Binge-eating disorder a. is the eating disorder diagnosis most recently added to the DSM. b. has not yet been formally recognized as a distinct clinical syndrome. c. usually develops into anorexia, binge-eating/purging subtype. d. is more common in males than in females. 3. Binge-eating disorder a. is an extremely rare variant of bulimia nervosa. b. is diagnosed when a person binges and then purges by using laxatives or self-induced vomiting. c. cannot be diagnosed if a person is overweight. d. involves binges comparable to those in bulimia but without any inappropriate "compensatory" behavior to limit weight gain. 4. Which statement best describes trends in actual and ideal weight in American young women? a. While the weight of the average woman is decreasing, the average weight of the ideal woman is decreasing even faster. b. While the weight of the average woman is increasing, the average weight of the ideal woman is decreasing. c. While the weight of the average woman is increasing, the average weight of the ideal woman is increasing even faster. d. Weight of the average woman doesn't seem to be affected by the average weight of the ideal woman. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2011 for the course PSYC 3230 taught by Professor Hoyt during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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