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Abnormal Psychology Chapter 8
Tim Trull Mizzou
Terms in this set (15)
An eating disorder marked by refusal to maintain a minimum, normal body weight, intense fear of gaining weight, and disturbance in perception of body shape and weight.
Eating an amount of food in a limited amount of time that is much larger than most people would eat in that circumstance.
binge eating disorder
An eating disorder marked by recurrent episodes of binge eating but no compensatory behavior.
Negative self-evaluation of what one's body looks like.
An eating disorder marked by binge eating, inappropriate methods to prevent weight gain, and self-evaluation greatly influenced by body shape and weight.
Inappropriate behaviors to prevent weight gain.
A class of mental disorder involving severe body dissatisfaction, weight concerns, and eating problems as well as significant distress, excessive limits on activities, or increased risk for medical problems.
Restricting eating/excessive dieting and lack of control of eating.
Chemicals produced by the body that reduce pain, enhance positive mood, and suppress appetite.
lack of control over eating
A feeling of poor control when eating such that excessive quantities of food are consumed.
Ridding oneself of food or bodily fluids (and thus weight) by self-induced vomiting or misuse of laxatives or diuretics.
Deliberate attempts to limit quantity of food intake or change types of foods that are eaten.
Eating less overall, avoiding foods with high calories, and engaging in excessive exercise.
Feeling full from eating.
A focus on, and often negative evaluation of, one's weight.
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