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Title: Eating Disorders


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Eating Disorders
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Body Image Survey DIRECTIONS
  • First look at the drawings for your gender,
    choose the number below the figure that best
    illustrates (A) how you think you currently look
    (that is, the figure that best represents your
    actual size).
  • Then choose the figure that illustrates (B) how
    you would like to look (your ideal figure).
  • Choose what you think is attractive for the
    opposite sex.
  • Choose what you think the opposite sex would
    choose as attractive for your gender.
  • The numerical difference between your views of
    how you think you look and how you would like to
    look (A - B) represents your self-ideal
    discrepancy.
  • Finally, rate how ashamed you are of any body
    image discrepancy from 0 (not at all) to 5
    (extremely). If you have a shame score of 3 or
    more, you should consider talking to a close
    friend or counselor about these feelings.

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Body Image Survey
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Women Body Images
Many U.S. women students tend to idealizeand
misperceive men as idealizinga body shape
considerably thinner than their actual shape
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Mens Womens Body Images
According to surveys on body image, people in our
society are much more dissatisfied with their
bodies now than they were a generation ago. Women
are still more dissatisfied than men, but todays
men are more dissatisfied with their bodies than
the men of a generation past.
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Eating Disorders
  • Anorexia nervosacharacterized by excessive
    weight loss, irrational fear of gaining weight
    and distorted body image
  • Bulimia nervosacharacterized by binges of
    extreme overeating followed by self-induced
    purging such as vomiting, laxatives
  • Binge-eatingdisorder characterized by recurring
    episodes of binge eating without purging.

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Anorexia NervosaKey Features
  • Refusal to maintain a normal body weight
  • Intensely afraid of being overweight.
  • Suffer from delusions of being overweight.
  • Denies there is a problem.
  • Usually in adolescent females
  • May put themselves on self-starvation regimens
  • May become dangerously underweight

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Bulimia Nervosa
  • An eating disorder characterized by episodes of
    overeating (usually high calorie foods)
  • Overeating is followed by vomiting, using
    laxatives, fasting, or excessive exercise
  • Usually stay within their normal weight.
  • Usually recognize they have an eating disorder.

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PicaStrange but True!
  • Hippocrates the first to describe the disorder
  • People display a compulsive craving for inedible
    substances such as clay, dirt, laundry starch,
    chalk, buttons, paper, dried paint, burnt
    matches, ashes, sand, oyster shells or broken
    crockery.
  • Seen most often in pregnant women or nursing
    women but also with people with severe mental
    disorders.
  • Could be a behavioral response to stress.
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