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1 Chapter 8--Study Guide Student: 1. The psychological disorder category with the highest mortality rate is A. depression. B. panic disorders. C. eating disorders. D. sleep disorders. 2. The multidimensional view of sleep disorders makes the assumption that biological and nonbiological factors will be present in most sleep problems and that these factors will be A. directly related. B. indirectly related. C. reciprocally related. D. not related. 3. Which of the following is not a typical characteristic of those who develop anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa? A. female B. upper socioeconomic status C. low intelligence D. competitive environments 4. What appears to be the main cause of anorexia and bulimia? A. perfectionistic mothers B. sociocultural factors C. genetic predisposition D. malnutrition 5. While cheering for his son, Jim suddenly collapses to the floor and gets up after a few moments. What characteristic of narcolepsy may Jim have experienced? A. cataplexy B. sleep paralysis C. hypnagogic hallucinations D. none of the above
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2 6. Which of the following is not necessary for a diagnosis of bulimia? A. binge eating B. sense of a lack of control of eating during binges C. purging D. all are necessary symptoms 7. 0000 are disturbances in arousal and sleep stage transition while 0000 are disturbances in the amount, timing, or quality of sleep. A. dyssomnias; parasomnias B. parasomnias; hypersomnia C. hypersomnia; dyssomnias D. parasomnias; dyssomnias 8. 0000 type anorexics rely on diets to lose weight; 0000 type anorexics use vomiting or laxatives for this purpose. A. Non-purging; purging B. Non-purging; binge-eating/purging C. Restricting; purging D. Restricting; binge-eating/purging 9. A tax on high-fat, high-calorie foods would A. cause entirely positive results. B. have mixed results. C. generate entirely negative results. D. have no effects. 10. The combination of a “toxic environment“, genetics, physiology and personality constitutes the cause for A. binge-eating disorder (BED) B. anorexia nervosa C. starvation D. obesity 11. The most common sleep disorder is A. insomnia. B. hypersomnia. C. Nightmare Disorder. D. Sleepwalking Disorder.
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3 12. 0000 insomnia indicates the complaint of sleep problems is not related to other medical conditions. A. Primary B. Secondary C. Basic D. Advanced 13. The characteristics of narcolepsy include A. cataplexy. B. sleep hallucinations. C. hypnagogic paralysis. D. all of the above 14. Males think that the most attractive body weight for females is 0000 than the weight females think is ideal for their bodies. A. heavier B. thinner C. the same D. more similar to the average weight of super models 15. Studies of the neurobiological dimensions of eating disorders have determined that A. dopamine is related to eating disorders. B. decreased levels of norepinephrine in the hypothalamus lead to the development of eating disorders.
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This note was uploaded on 06/20/2011 for the course PSYCH 474 taught by Professor Ackner during the Spring '10 term at NMSU.

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