ED Chapter 2 Quiz - D. all of the above; early accounts of...

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Question 1 of 5 In the 17th and 18th centuries, Miraculous Maids were predominantly girls between the ages of 14 and 20 who A. spontaneously recovered from their anorexia as a result of prayer or exorcism B. engaged in self-imposed fasting C. achieved sainthood after starving themselves as an act of religious purification in order to achieve immortality through their canonization D. young girls who reported experienced a miraculous resurrection, rising from their beds after being declared dead Answer Key: B Question 2 of 5 The term Anorexia Nervosa was first introduced in the medical literature by ____________. A. William Gull in 1874
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B. Sir Francis Galton in the year 200 AD C. Sigmund Freud in 1939 D. the DSM-I in 1952 Answer Key: A Question 3 of 5 Which of the following features of AN is a contemporary characteristic that seems not to have been part of the early cases of reported AN A. the loss of menses B. the presence of laguno C. the presence of concern over shape or body image
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Unformatted text preview: D. all of the above; early accounts of anorexia involved only weight loss, without any of these associated features Answer Key: C Question 4 of 5 The author believes that the diagnosis of AN has been found throughout Western and Non-Western cultures if you exclude which of the following criteria A. being 15% or more beneath expected body weight B. the presence of laguno C. the criterion of weight phobia D. the secondary criteria associated with substance use, depression, or suicidal thoughts or behavior Answer Key: C Question 5 of 5 In general, the author suggests that the weight of the available evidence, on balance, currently supports which of the following positions A. that both AN and BN are culture-bound syndromes B. that AN is a culture-bound syndrome, but BN is not C. that BN is a culture-bound syndrome, but AN is not D. that neither AN nor BN are culture-bound syndromes and instead are trans-cultural and universal disorders Answer Key: C...
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