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Exam Four PSYC3230 – Abnormal Psychology Name: _______________________________________________________       Date: ______________ Instructions:  Please use your scantron to select the best answer the each question. **Do not forget to indicate your full legal name and student id number on the scantron** Good luck! 1. A common sign of bulimia nervosa, purging type is a. lanugo. b. intolerance to cold. c. kidney failure. d. damaged teeth and mouth ulcers. 2. In which of the following countries are at least one-third of adults obese? 3. One of the reasons it is difficult to know if a disruption in the serotonin system causes eating disorders is 4. Which of the following is NOT a protective factor for the development of eating disorders? 5. What is the most serious challenge in treating eating disorders? a. Making a diagnosis before the disorder becomes life threatening b. Engaging the family in the treatment process c. Finding an effective pharmacological treatment d. Overcoming the patient's ambivalence toward treatment
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6. What is unique about binge-eating disorder (BED) as compared to the eating disorders currently found in the DSM? 7. What neurotransmitter seems to be involved in both eating disorders and depression? 8. Which of the following is a potential consequence of anorexia nervosa? 9. Experimental studies of DID find that interpersonality amnesia exists for a. all types of memories. b. explicit memories. c. implicit memories. d. conditioned responses. 10.What is the relationship between obesity and socioeconomic status?
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