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example if you turn in your reflections at 5:30pm on June 6th you Exams Exams will consist of multiple choice and true/false questions. Exams cover lecture slides, discussions, video clips, images from slides, guest speakers, and readings. The midterm will cover the first half of the course and the assigned readings from the reader (material from week 1 through week 5). The final exam is accumulative, however only the assigned readings from the second half of the course (readings from week 5 through week 10) will be included on the final. Additionally the Aimee Liu book will be included on the final. All lecture material from week 1 through week 10 will be on the final exam.
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Grading Students risk their academic integrity when they ask for a grade other than the grade they earned in the class. Do NOT ask Dr. BE to change your grade. Do NOT ask for extra credit to improve your grade. All opportunities for extra credit and grade improvement will be offered equally to all students. Grading Scale A+ 100+ A 99-93% A- 92-90% B+ 89-86% B 85-83% B- 82-80% C+ 79-76% C 75-73% C- 72-70% D 69-60% F < 59% Week Date Lecture Readings/Assignments 1) April 2, 2013 Syllabus/ Predisposing Factors Bunnell et al., Chapter 1: A Perfect Biopsychosocial Storm Reflection #1 April 4, 2013 Media Reflection #2 2) April 9, 2013 Body Image Maine & Kelly, Chapter 3: Women’s Bodies, Women’s Lives. Reflection #3 April 11, 2013 Biology of Eating/ Nutrition (Guest Lecture) Reflection #4 3) April 16, 2013 Dieting Bacon, Chapter 3: We Resist Weight... Reflection #5 April 18, 2013 Anorexia Nervosa Reflection #6 4) April 23, 2013 Bulimia Nervosa Keel, Chapter 8: Biological Bases... Reflection #7 April 25, 2013 EDNOS and Binge Eating Disorder Maine, Chapter 7: Damage... Reflection #8 5) April 30, 2013 MIDTERM May 2, 2013 Student Panel Reflection #9 6) May 7, 2013 Special Cases and Comorbidity Reflection #10 May 9, 2013 TA Lecture Reflection #11 7) May 14, 2013 Men with Eating Disorders Anderson et al., Chapter 3: Why Today’s Men... Bunnell, Chapter 18: Men with Eating Disorders Reflection #12 May 16, 2013 America the Beautiful: The Thin Commandments Reflection #13 8) May 21, 2013 “Obesity” Ernsberger, Does Social Class... Schuster & Tealer, Exorcising the Exericse Myth... Reflection #14 May 23, 2013 Eating Disorders and Exercise Powers & Thompson, Chapter 5: Moderating Excessive Exercise Reflection #15 9) May 28, 2013 Clinical Treatment Reflection #16 May 30, 2013 Clinical Treatment (continued) Reflection #17 10) June 4, 2013 Nutritional Treatment Tribole & Resch, Chapters 2 & 3 Reflection #18 June 6, 2013 Prevention of Eating Disorders **All Reflections Due by 5:00pm via TED (class website) Finals Week Tuesday, June 11, 2013 11:30am-2:30pm FINAL EXAM
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