teaguebrf2_tb_ch09 - Chapter 9 Body Image: Viewing Yourself...

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Chapter 9 – Body Image: Viewing Yourself Multiple Choice Questions 1. ___________ is known as a reduction in calorie intake below daily needs. A. Calorie restriction B. Dieting C. Purging D. Disordered eating Answer: A Page(s): 173 Objective(s): 1 2. Eating disorders are most likely to develop during which stage of life? A. childhood B. adolescence C. early twenties D. middle age Answer: B Page(s): 173 Objective(s): 1 3. Which of the following statements about eating disorders and puberty is FALSE? A. By sixth grade, twice as many girls as boys consider themselves fat. B. Boys are likely to be dissatisfied with their upper-body image during puberty. C. Male body fat naturally increases during puberty in response to hormones. D. Female body fat naturally increases during puberty in response to hormones. Answer: C Page(s): 173 Objective(s): 1 4. Which of the following statements about ethnicity and body image is FALSE? A. White, Black, Asian, and Hispanic women report similar concerns regarding body dissatisfaction, dieting, and pressure to be thin. B. Black men report more positive body image than White men. C. White males appear to engage in more extreme weight loss strategies and binge eating than do non-White males. D. Native Americans report slightly greater body image concerns than White men.
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Answer: C Page(s): 175 Objective(s): 1 5. A person who perceives himself as insufficiently muscular in appearance, regardless of actual muscle size, is said to have A. bulimia nervosa. B. excessive exercise disorder. C. binge eating disorder. D. muscle dysmorphia. Answer: D Page(s): 183 Objective(s): 3 6. Men appear to report dieting for different reasons from those of women, including all of the following, EXCEPT A. men are shape-oriented rather than weight oriented. B. they usually diet for a specific reason, such as sports performance. C. they focus on the upper body rather than the lower body. D. men hope to improve their appearance to advance in the workplace. Answer: D Page(s): 174 Objective(s): 1 7. Grooming products are increasingly becoming more acceptable for males, as advertisers use product names that suggest ____________, to attract males. A. love B. sex C. power D. money Answer: C Page(s): 174 Objective(s): 1 8. Although men diet, they do so for different reasons than females do. Males tend to focus their attention on ___________, whereas women focus on ___________. A. muscle; weight B. shape; weight
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C. strength; weight D. size; weight Answer: B Page(s): 174 Objective(s): 1 9. Individuals in sports that place a higher emphasis on leanness to enhance performance or appearance have a greater risk of developing an eating disorder. Which of the following is NOT one of these higher-risk sports? A.
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teaguebrf2_tb_ch09 - Chapter 9 Body Image: Viewing Yourself...

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