1. What is polarized thinking?
- The need to be thin
- Everything will be okay, when I'm thin
- Eating food, and believing that a large amount of food as been gained
- Not eating, everything better
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2. Which gender are most AN studies biased to?
3. What did Fallon & Rozin 1985 look at?
- Asked to rate current body weight, ideal body weight and the most attractive body weight
- Asked to rate their body weight compared to others in the room
- Asked to rate their size compared to others in the room
- Asked to rate their ideal body weight
4. What happened to the females weight after they had eaten the food in McKenzie et al's study?
- 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
- They gained a significant amount of weight compared to others in the group
- Thir body weight stayed the same, but they say everyone else as smaller
5. Who studied was conducted through asking AN patients to judge their body weights compared to others, and then to re-judge them after eating?
- Button & Warren (1997)
- McKenzie et al (1993)
- Fallon & Rozin (1985)
- Shaver & Hazan (1995)