1. What is polarized thinking?
- Not eating, everything better
- The need to be thin
- Eating food, and believing that a large amount of food as been gained
- Everything will be okay, when I'm thin
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2. Who studied was conducted through asking AN patients to judge their body weights compared to others, and then to re-judge them after eating?
- McKenzie et al (1993)
- Shaver & Hazan (1995)
- Fallon & Rozin (1985)
- Button & Warren (1997)
3. What happened to the females weight after they had eaten the food in McKenzie et al's study?
- They gained a significant amount of weight compared to others in the group
- Their body weight stayed the same, but they saw everyone else as bigger
- They lost a significant amount of weight compared to others in the group
- Thir body weight stayed the same, but they say everyone else as smaller
4. What did Fallon and Rozin find about males and females?
- Males, more realistic in current to ideal. Females large gap, overestimated their weight and saw small as attractive
- Men had a more realistic view on their body type, females believed that being larger was more attractive
- Males, overestimated their current weight, Females underestimated their weight
- Males, Underestimated the attractiveness weight, Females overestimated the attractiveness weight
5. Which gender are most AN studies biased to?