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Chapter-8 Quiz

Chapter-8 Quiz
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Time Elapsed 8 minutes out of 30 minutes
Question 1
Twin studies are an example of ______________?
naturalistic studies
experimental studies
randomized clinical studies
analog research
Question 2
Correlational studies are___________?
mixed-factorial studies
studies of the relationship between a variety of factors
randomized clinical trials
factor-analytic studies
Question 3
Current neurobiological studies have connected many of the symptoms of eating disorders with
the body s neurological workings, giving hope for the development of more effective
interventions. This treatment is often referred to as______________?
personality-based treatment
neurological based treatment
temperament-based treatment
neurotransmitter-based treatment
Question 4
In the 1980s the thinking behind the assessments went away from being focused on mother-daughter
relationship based on Freud's psychoanalysis to ____________?
societal norms
what was going on within the personality of the individual
cultural observations
genetic disposition
Question 5
Longitudinal studies are __________?
studies that go a long way back
studies that are done 30 years or more
studies that include long lists of variables
studies that are either retrospective or prospective that occur across time
Question 6
Alexithymia is___________?
learned behavior from parents
constraining own feelings
diminished capacity to experience or express emotions
Question 8
Alexithymia has two dimensions which are__________?
a cognitive and an affective dimension
a sensitive and diminished capable dimension
a behavioral and genetic dimension
both related to the sense of self-worth
Question 9
How can correlational studies accelerate an understanding of the causes and correlates of disordered
eating and thus be improved______________?
by including greater diversity within the samples, as well as the methods utilized
by being both retrospective and prospective
by demonstrating causation, rather than assuming it
by isolating different factors
Question 10
What are the most common methods?