*The biological perspective (sometimes
called the physiological perspective) is an
approach to the study of psychology that
focuses on the relationships between
biological processes and behavior. This
perspective argues that
1. Behavior is considered abnormal when the emotions and reactions are not
appropriate to the situation. A behavior my be considered abnormal if it is extreme or
over-the-top for a specific situation. T
1. Discuss the casual factors involved with anorexia and bulimia. In your discussion, be sure
to include some of the sociocultural, psychosocial, cognitive, and biological factors
described in the textbook.
a. Eating disorders involve maladaptive behavior
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I think he strives for recognition. I also think he is a loner and thinks he too smart for
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