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HS 181 Quiz 1 There are four types of diagnosable eating disorders from DSM-IV and DSM- IV-TR as follows: Anorexia Nervosa A. Not being willing to maintain one’s body weight/normal weight, which translates to typically 85% less than normal weight for height or failure to gain weight with growth. B. Phobia of gaining weight/becoming fat despite being underweight. C. Inaccurate perception of body image or denial of being underweight. D. Amenorrhea for at least three consecutive cycles (after menarche). Two Types: Restricting Type: not regularly participating in bingeing and/or purging with anorexia nervosa. Binge-Eating/Purging Type: regularly bingeing and/or purging with anorexia nervosa. Bulimia Nervosa A. Repeatedly binge eating as defined as eating a larger amount than most people would eat during a period of time and/or a lack of control over eating during a binge episode.
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Unformatted text preview: B. Compensating for the bingeing by repeating inappropriate behaviors such as vomiting, abusing medications to rid oneself of food, fasting, or excessive exercise. C. The bingeing and compensation occurs on average for at least twice per week for 3 months. D. Evaluating oneself primarily by body image and weight. E. The behavior does not occur only during episodes of anorexia nervosa. Two Types: Purging Type : during the bulimic episode, there is self-induced vomiting and/or misuse of medications. Nonpurging Type: during the bulimic episode, there are other inappropriate compensatory behaviors than purging such as fasting or exercising excessively. References DSM-IV & DSM-IV-TR Anorexia Nervosa. Retrieved September 11, 2011 from www.behavenet.com DSM-IV & DSM-IV-TR Bulimia Nervosa. Retrieved September 11, 2011 from www.behavenet.com...
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