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    • Wardlaw’s Contemporary Nutrition, Seventh Edition Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, InC) Permission required for reproduction or display. Gordon M. Wardlaw Anne M. Smith Chapter 11
    • Question 1
      • All of the following are true of anorexia nervosa except
      • A. distorted body image.
      • B. decreased heart rate.
      • C. denial of appetite.
      • D. increased body temperature.
    • Question 2
      • Anorexia nervosa sufferers
      • A. tend to be between 25 and 35 years of age.
      • B. tend to be adolescent and early adult girls.
      • C. lack denial of their disease.
      • D. see themselves as thin even though they are fat.
    • Question 3
      • Which of the following is characteristic of bulimics?
      • A. Binge eating
      • B. Have obvious symptoms
      • C. Tend to be very thin
      • D. Are almost never male
    • Question 4
      • Criteria for diagnosing anorexia nervosa include all the following except
      • A. body weight 15 percent below expected.
      • B. intense fear of becoming too thin.
      • C. feels fat even when emaciated.
      • D. amenorrhea.
    • Question 5
      • Criteria for diagnosing bulimia nervosa includes all the following except
      • A. overconcern with body shape and weight.
      • B. purposely eats large quantities of food and feels tremendous control in doing it.
      • C. uses purging techniques like self-induced vomiting.
      • D. two binge eating episodes a week for at least 3 months.
    • Question 6
      • Prevention of eating disorders might include any of the following except
      • A. discourage dieting.
      • B. teach normal, healthy approach to eating and nutrition.
      • C. encourage eating in relation to hunger and satiety cues.
      • D. weighing often.
    • Question 7
      • Which characteristic is more indicative of bulimia than anorexia nervosa?
      • A. Rigid, disciplined dieting
      • B. Feeling a sense of power because of strict discipline and self-denial
      • C. Fluctuating weight
      • D. Lack of menstruation
    • Question 8
      • Which of the following is not a sign or symptom of night eating syndrome?
      • A. Not feeling hungry in the morning and delaying the first meal
      • until several hours after waking
      • B. Overeating in the evening with more than one-third of daily food
      • intake after dinner
      • C. Difficulty staying awake and not feeling hungry before falling asleep at night
      • D. Feeling depressed, especially at night
    • Question 9
      • All of the following can initiate the problem of anorexia nervosa except
      • A. comments from significant others about being too fat.
      • B. a job or profession that demands maintaining a certain weight.
      • C. coming from a supportive family.
      • D. leaving home and family for college.
    • Question 10
      • Night eating syndrome is characterized by evening hyperphagia which is defined as
      • A. eating all of total daily calories after the evening meal.
      • B. eating one-half of total daily calories after the evening meal.
      • C. eating one-half of total daily calories at the evening meal.
      • D. eating more than one-third of total daily calories after the evening meal.
    • Question 11
      • All of the following are true of an anorectic who falls below 75 percent of normal body weight except
      • A. hospitalization is almost always necessary.
      • B. cure becomes very difficult.
      • C. premature death is likely.
      • D. loss of menstrual period becomes irreversible.
    • Question 12
      • A person with anorexia nervosa is likely to
      • A. come from a low socioeconomic class.
      • B. come from a loose, flexible home.
      • C. grow up in a perfectionistic home with very high expectations.
      • D. have a mother with a healthy view of the body and food habits.
    • Question 13
      • The family of a bulimic tends to
      • A. have a great deal of conflict.
      • B. have an overbearing father and mother.
      • C. be overprotective.
      • D. be rigid, with members over involved with one another.
    • Question 14
      • Anorexia nervosa is defined as
      • A. hyperactivity.
      • B. compulsive eating.
      • C. purging, including laxatives and diuretics.
      • D. psychological denial of appetite.
    • Question 15
      • A condition of self-induced severe weight loss, particularly common in adolescent girls, is called
      • A. malnutrition.
      • B. anorexia nervosa.
      • C. bulimia nervosa.
      • D. binge-eating disorder.
    • Question 16
      • What is the name of the condition characterized by disordered eating, lack of menstrual periods, and osteoporosis?
      • A. Female anorexia
      • B. Female bulimia
      • C. Female athlete triad
      • D. Binge eating disorder
    • Question 17
      • The incidence of anorexia nervosa is highest in
      • A. adolescent males from middle and high socioeconomic classes.
      • B. adolescent females from middle and upper socioeconomic classes.
      • C. adolescent males from low-income classes.
      • D. preteen females from low-income classes.
    • Question 18
      • Which of the following is not characteristic of individuals who develop eating disorders?
      • A. From middle- and upper-class families
      • B. Highly competitive
      • C. From families with unrealistic expectations
      • D. Have high self-esteem
    • Question 19
      • Which of the following is not an early warning sign of anorexia nervosa?
      • A. Withdrawing from family and friends
      • B. Cooking a large meal and watching others eat, but not eating themselves
      • C. Sleeping often and having no interest in exercise
      • D. Becoming irritable and hostile
    • Question 20
      • At later stages in anorexia development, anorectics
      • A. do not feel hungry.
      • B. abstain from beverages and food.
      • C. eat 1,200 to 1,500 kcalories per day.
      • D. eat 300 to 600 kcalories per day.
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