Lecture16-M50,51

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Unformatted text preview: ng'large amounts'fast,'then'purge,by)losing 1.0'percent the'food'through'vomi0ng, laxa0ves,'and'extreme'exercise Compulsion'to'binge,'followed'by 2.8'percent guilt'and'depression Ea;ng'Disorders:'Associated'Factors Family'factors: having'a'mother'focused'on'her weight,'and'on'child’s'appearance and'weight nega0ve'self<evalua0on'in'the family for'bulimia,'if'childhood'obesity runs'in'the'family for'anorexia,'if'families'are compe00ve,'high<achieving,'and protec0ve Cultural'factors: unrealis0c'ideals'of'body appearance Personality Disorders Personality'disorders are'enduring)pa<erns)of social)and)other behavior)that)impair social)func1oning. There'are'three'“clusters”/categories'of'personality disorders. Anxious:'e.g.,'Avoidant'P.D.,'ruled'by'fear'of'social rejec0on Eccentric/Odd:'e.g.'Schizoid'P.D.,'with'flat'affect,'no social'adachments Drama;c:'e.g.'Histrionic,'aden0on<seeking; narcissis0c,'self<centered;'an0social,'amoral How'common'are'psychological disorders? Countries'vary'greatly'in'th...
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