ED Chapter 4 Quiz - eating C. the complexity of disordered...

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Question 1 of 5 2.0 Points There are two basic types of longitudinal studies. These include A. retrospective follow-back investigations and prospective follow-up investigations B. cohort effects analysis and time-lag stratified sampling designs C. correlational and causal D. cross-sectional and time-series Answer Key: A Question 2 of 5 In the studies by Fairburn and colleagues, which of the following factors appeared to represent risk factors for the development of both AN and BN A. low self-esteem and perfectionism
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B. family problems and weight problems C. SES and premorbid substance abuse D. all of the above Answer Key: A Question 3 of 5 The use of experimental research designs in the study of eating disorders is compromised by which of the following A. the inability to identify specific factors that can be operationalized and manipulated in studying their effects on subsequent eating behaviors B. ethical concerns regarding the manipulation of variables that might contribute to disordered
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Unformatted text preview: eating C. the complexity of disordered eating and the difficulty in isolating any of its individual factors D. the challenges associated with securing a sample large enough to study experimentally Answer Key: B Question 4 of 5 In clinical treatment trials, the independent variable is ___________ and the dependent variable is ________________. A. the treatment condition; changes or remission of the eating disorder B. the variable being experimentally manipulated; those nuisance variables that may otherwise contaminate the results C. effect; cause D. the quality or characteristic that does not vary in the study; those quality or characteristics that do vary as a result of the study Answer Key: A Question 5 of 5 Naturalistic investigations of eating disorders include which of the following types of studies A. experimental studies B. meta-analytic C. adoption and twin studies D. analogue experimental studies Answer Key: C...
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This note was uploaded on 06/23/2011 for the course PCO 4930 taught by Professor Neimeyer during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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