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5 Matching Questions

  1. Trait
  2. facts about obesity
  3. 3 ingredients of love
  4. Proximity
  5. Sexual Scripts
  1. a Choosing friends and lovers from the set of people who are closest to us
  2. b Characteristic of an individual describing a habitual way of behaving, thinking, and feeling
  3. c Passion, Commitment, intimacy
  4. d 25% of American children are obese
    Half of Americans are obese
  5. e sets of implicit rules that specify proper sexual behavior for a person in a given situation, varying with the person's gender, age,religion,social status, and peer group

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Age 5 to 6 non sexual stage believed that personality was formed at this age
  2. Physiological dispositions to respond to the enviornment in certain ways, present in infancy, relatively stable over time
  3. -Are specific
    -are challenging but achievable
    -are framed in terms of getting what you want rather than avoiding what you do not want
  4. -Parents
    -Peers
    -Non-Shared environment
  5. -Fast Food
    -Drinking high calorie drinks
    -Decline in exercise
    -Increased portion sizes of food and drink
    -Abundance of highly varied food

5 True/False Questions

  1. Collective UnconsciousUniversal memories, symbols, and experiences of the human kind represented in the archetypes or universal symbolic images that appear in myths, art, stories, and dreams

          

  2. Others-Binging without purging
    -Chewing food without swallowing
    -Maintaining normal weight but worrying obsessively about gaining

          

  3. Bulimia NervosaChoosing friends and lovers who are like us in looks, attitudes, beliefs, personality, and interests.

          

  4. Possible biological factorsUniversal memories, symbols, and experiences of the human kind represented in the archetypes or universal symbolic images that appear in myths, art, stories, and dreams

          

  5. Carl JungJugian Theory

          

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